strbrryseason replied to your post: strbrryseason replied to your post: I’…

maybe fresh air & moving around will help :3

You were right, I feel a bit better now. :)

hesnotdeadjim:

petition for someone who actually likes star trek to direct the next movie

strbrryseason replied to your post: I’ve had both coffee and ibuprofen thi…

and you have to go to work, dont you :/

Yeah. :( Just on my way out now. Hopefully it’s gone by the time I get there.

I’ve had both coffee and ibuprofen this morning but I still have a headache.

I guess this is the end.

I went to close my window, didn’t see the giant bee.

copyrlght:

when you try your best

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but you dont succeed

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kimyookwon:

[drug dealer voice] hey kid….u want some…..oh fUCk *1000 pictures of steve buscemi fall out of jacket*

Hello headache, go away.

strbrryseason:

arbitraryknowledge:

strbrryseason:

01. because women can’t like action or science fiction
without there being any ~female~ things tied into it.

I genuinely cant even believe that was ever said, what the fuck?!?!?

oh yes, my friend. it was said

carbonfragment replied to your post “My alarm is set for 6:50. When I woke up this morning I looked at my…”

Lol, I’ve done that before. An extra hour of quiet in the morning is always nice, though.

Oh definitely, I love having extra free time before work. The only down side is being more tired in the evening.

Reblog this if you’d hang out with your Tumblr friends if you ever met them in real life.

REBLOG IF YOU WOULD MEET THEM AT THE AIRPORT GATE AND RUN AT EACH OTHER IN SLOW MOTIONARMS WIDE OPEN WHILE “AT LAST” PLAYS OVER THE PA SYSTEM

askfirstofficerspock:

USS Enterprise Earns New Dock At Smithsonian

“Star Trek’s” original filming model of the USS Enterprise will join the Milestones of Flight exhibit at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum.

Currently displayed at the museum store, the starship will make its move in time for the 50th anniversary of Gene Roddenberry’s “Star Trek,” which premiered on NBC in September 1966. It’s the first time the museum will include science fiction in the exhibit.

The model’s relocation is part of the museum’s extensive two-year renovation funded by Boeing, which recently donated $30 million to upgrade exhibits and education programs. Content for mobile devices and digital screens will also be a key part of the museum’s refresh.

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I want to make a *totally hilarious* (ha) addition to a DS9 post but even though DS9 finished 15 years ago, I still don’t like the idea of accidentally spoiling it for someone.

HW