transparent doctor who illustration // 12th doctor

transparent doctor who illustration // 12th doctor

borntosavethedoctor:

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Happy River & Doctor Appreciation Day!

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nypl:

A happy 50th Anniversary to the 1964 World’s Fair! Check out the Library’s collection of photographs from the celebrated event. (and the awesome fashions, Mad Men fans eat your heart out!)  nypl:

A happy 50th Anniversary to the 1964 World’s Fair! Check out the Library’s collection of photographs from the celebrated event. (and the awesome fashions, Mad Men fans eat your heart out!)  nypl:

A happy 50th Anniversary to the 1964 World’s Fair! Check out the Library’s collection of photographs from the celebrated event. (and the awesome fashions, Mad Men fans eat your heart out!) 

nypl:

A happy 50th Anniversary to the 1964 World’s Fair! Check out the Library’s collection of photographs from the celebrated event. (and the awesome fashions, Mad Men fans eat your heart out!

"Drunken driving is a serious matter, but so is the loss of our freedom to come and go as we please without police interference. To prevent and detect murder we do not allow searches without probable cause or targeted Terry stops without reasonable suspicion. We should not do so for drunken driving either. After today’s opinion all of us on the road, and not just drug dealers, are at risk of having our freedom of movement curtailed on suspicion of drunkenness, based upon a phone tip, true or false, of a single instance of careless driving."
Justice Scalia, dissenting in Navarette v. California, released today.  The Court decided 5-4 that an anonymous tip from a 911 caller accusing a motorist of reckless driving, without more, provides police with reasonable suspicion to conduct a traffic stop and detain the motorist.  This is a departure from the general rule that anonymous tips must be corroborated by extrinsic evidence or other “indicia of reliability” in order to provide a basis for reasonable suspicion. (via letterstomycountry)

cracked:

All evidence seems to point to the design of [Heath] Ledger’s clown mask being modeled directly on a scene from “The Joker Is Wild,” an episode of the [1960s] Batman TV series that also marked the first appearance of the Joker on the show. In the episode, Adam West’s Batman tracks Romero’s clown prince of crime to the Gotham opera company, where he’s secretly performing an aria from Pagliacci, because back then that was as close as the Joker could get to being an actual killer clown (look it up). As you can see, the similarities between Romero’s Pagliacci costume and Ledger’s mask are undeniable.

6 Mind-Blowing Easter Eggs Hidden in Famous Movie Costumes

dccomicsnews:

Batman #21 started off “Zero Year” in an epic fashion, the promising potential that Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo laid before us left us salivating at the mouth. Every issue that has followed has been ramping up the action and chaos with every panel. With each new issue we gain a new understanding of “Zero Year” and the sheer brilliance the team of Snyder and Capullo put before us. With Batman#…

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cracked:

And a few short months later, the Dad Jokes began.

4 Lame Jokes You Start Telling as Soon as You Become a Dad

#4. The Beginner Joke

The first type of Dad Joke isn’t really much different from what you might find if you browsed around in the kids’ section of your local bookstore for titles like 101 Animal Puns or 101 More Animal Puns. … Jokes like:

What do prisoners use to call each other? Cellphones!

What has four legs but can’t walk? A table!

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Kumail Nanjiani