OOC: Found this on facebook, thought of you two…
[[Ooooooo an excuse to post this: Chinese Raven]]
Ravens are considered a solar symbol in Chinese mythology. The three legged raven lives in the sun, representing the sun’s three phases - rising, noon and setting. When the sunlight hits their glossy black feathers just right, they seem to turn to silver.
that had no business being where they landed, they lacked any common similarity, down to color, any and every shade Raven could find he dropped. He wondered if anyone would think to look down on the rainbow-litter, if they could ignore the buildings and other human clutter and how many of them could place it accurately*
*covers his face and beak with one wing*
What have I gotten myself into…. crazy ass humans who are battery powered, some guy I don’t even know where the fuck he comes from cause he’s a blending of three different worlds is acting like a pretty-princess-drama-queen, THE ONLY SANE ONE BECAME A GIRL (which I swear I had NOTHING to do with, not my style Bro) …
I might have to just suck it up and drop a whale on the lot of them. I wonder how many blow up dolls it would take to get them all in the same place?
John “Jack” Parsons
A very real, batshit insane, scientist who basically put the S in nasa. He hung out with Crowley to the point where it was assumed that John would eventually take over the Satanic Cult and before every built/launch he chanted a prayer to his personal god Pan. He also had a habit of building Launch-Worthy rockets in his house.
L.Ron Hubbard stole his money and mistress then John mysteriously blew himself into orbit in a “it wasn’t an accident Hubbard had him killed” type of situation when some of the rocket fuel Jack mixed and stored in his house some how went boom.
Howard “daddy” Stark
Loki….. you’ve been screwing multiple generations of Stark’s haven’t you…. be honest.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is asking the public’s help in finding the person responsible for putting a shark in a Yuma canal.
Arizona Game and Fish DepartmentJust when you thought it was safe to go swimming in a Yuma canal…
As you probably know, no shark species are native to Arizona, so when one’s found in a freshwater irrigation canal it tends to raise a few eyebrows.
The shark was found dead in the West Main Canal near 1st Street and 14th Avenue in Yuma on Saturday. Authorities believe the shark was placed in the canal by someone who caught it in either San Diego or Mexico.
The shark is about 32 inches long, but Game and Fish officials aren’t sure what brand of shark they’re dealin’ with — they say it’s similar to a lemon shark.
It’s unclear to authorities whether the shark was alive when it was placed in the canal. Some sharks are able to survive in both fresh and saltwater, the GFD says, so tossin’ one in a canal can be big SNAFU when it comes to public safety.
All sharks, both freshwater and saltwater, are restricted wildlife in Arizona, which means anyone found with one is breaking the law.
We have a feeling that someone who was apparently keeping a shark as a pet didn’t tell their friends about it. So, if you have any information (or a friend who used to have a pet shark) please call the Operation Game Thief hotline toll-free at (800) 352-0700. Cash rewards may be offered for information leading to an arrest.