“Saved by veterinarians SuperGatito

This kitten was born with deformed rib cage, which directly affected the position of his heart and triggered a series of breathing problems. In this situation, veterinarians put a splint on his chest and blindfolded him, it was then realized that the dressing resembled a superhero costume, hence the name Supergatito. 

Supergatito more like Iron Cat


we can rebuild him

we have the technology

Were it not for that Iron Cat picture I would be crying

Looks like iron man got a sidekick.






I always felt it strange that there seems to be this new (to me at least) mentality among some fans that they should be able to alter cannon, that their ships should be realized in cannon. Fans that get actually truly angry when a creator/actor states that character X dosnt think the way they want them to think, or do what they think they should do. I don’t understand it and it smacks of entitlement. (But maybe I’m taking people more seriously then they intend?? And I do think there are some instances where a creator needs a reality check, such as broader social issues like representation etc but let’s stick to minor things like shipping)

I do agree however with the above post that that if a creator/actor/writer/etc likes what the fans are saying they can absolutely include those general ideas into their work, its just the idea of fandom bullying creators to change cannon that bothers me. I would be happy in some cases to see my ships realized but I don’t want them to happen because the fans forced it to. But also I agree that creators shouldn’t bait the fandom.

I think that we should separate two types of pushing. One can be violent and I am absolutely against that, while the other can be pacific and is not so much pushing as it is showing another way. No matter how much you push, in the end, the power you have in your hands is minimal, so there is no need to be unnecessarily violent. That doesn’t get you anywhere. While showing that something the creator hasn’t thought about has potential to be great, to be another tool for storytelling, that I think is a thing fans should be free to do and the creator open to hear it out and ponder if they can use it or not in their story.






Not-really-meta Raven Meta/Babble



(Patience with the post here … it’s kind of long but I had some serious flaily moments towards the end - brain-tangents that were not intended when I originally started this and it turned into far more legit meta)

So there’s a lot of fantastic meta…


The Basilica Cistern, is the largest of several hundred ancient cisterns that lie beneath the city of Istanbul/Constantinople. It was built in the 6th century during the reign of Byzantine Emperor Justinian I. The bases of two columns reuse blocks carved with the visage of Medusa. The origin of the two heads is unknown, though it is thought that the heads were brought to the cistern after being removed from a building of the late Roman period. There is no written evidence that suggests they were used as column pedestals previously. Tradition has it that the blocks are oriented sideways and inverted in order to negate the power of the Gorgons’ gaze, however it is widely thought that one was placed sideways only to be the proper size to support the column. The upside down Medusa was placed that way specifically because she would be the same height right side up.




This is my reaction whenever there’s no beer in the fridge


"an objective observer, from mars lets say, looking at the human species would conclude that they’re an evolutionary error, that they are designed in such a way that leads them to destroy themselves and probably much else with them." — noam chomsky

though you may find that slightly macabre, we seem to prefer our own extinction to the loss of our jobs. happy earth day, everyone.

“Draco should be proud,” said Bellatrix indifferently. “The Dark Lord is granting him a great honor. And I will say this for Draco: he isn’t shrinking away from his duty, he seems glad of a chance to prove himself, excited at the prospect—” Narcissa began to cry in earnest, gazing beseechingly all the while at Snape. “That’s because he is sixteen and has no idea what lies in store! Why, Severus? Why my son? It is too dangerous! This is vengeance for Lucius’s mistake, I know it!” […] She crumpled, falling at his feet, sobbing and moaning on the floor. “My only son… my only son…”

"i think that where the scene "Derek was one move away from being check mate" actually happen. (Derek has been cornered by the hunters and kate). So maybe it have a significance in the current and next season?"


I think it may. We saw:

  • Isaac out of the chess board. What do we find out? Isaac leaves. 
  • Derek cornered, one step away from check mate with the twins by his side. What do we see? The twins by his side fighting against the nogitsune and now in the hands of Kate.
  • Kate was on the chess board. What do we find out? Kate isn’t dead, she’s alive. 

So the placing of the pieces on the chess board was significantly foreshadowing events in the season and there was a high significance on Derek being “king” on Stiles’ chess board (twice emphasised: by Sherriff and Peter). So it has a meaning, we just have to wait for it.