joshishollywood:

sparklewench:

editorial design antics, pt. 2

this looks like a normal magazine spread right

image

well

if you look really closely on one of the melons i put a really tiny pterodactyl right in the middle

image

no one noticed

and they actually published it

now there are 2000 copies of this magazine featuring this tiny pterodactyl and i’m the one at fault

oh my god am i a horrible person or what

If I could live one day the way you live your entire life

rtrixie:

aheatforlove:

rtrixie:

accalia-powers:

antonnizhny:

accalia-powers:

antonnizhny:

alternaterealitygame:

accalia-powers:

Obama Administration has taken the Grey Wolf population off of the endangered species list, making it legal to kill them. They places on the list in 1973 and now the Obama Administration thinks their population has risen to a healthy size, and describes the killing of these wolves as “wolf management”. Meaning they are justifying this killing this beautiful and majestic creature to “protect live stock” and control their population growth. There used to be over 400,000 grey wolves roaming the states. Now there is still less than 5,000. If this is considered a healthy recovery to the Obama Administration then they need to pay more attention to the science of observation.
Reasons why you should be angry about this and fight for the wolves:
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysa5OBhXz-Q
Watch the video above. 
Wolves restore and balance entire forest ecosystems. They are key predators to other species keeping the species populations in balance with in the forest. Wolves are very social and family oriented creatures who mate for life, and keep life long relationships with their packs. They are highly intelligent and very essential to the health of forest ecosystems across the entire continental U.S. But now they only thrive in the wild in Canada, some northern parts of Montana, and Yellowstone where they were reintroduced. Grey wolves once roamed the entire U.S. 
Help fight for the survival of these essential and magnificent creatures of the forest and mountains. 
Sign this petition to help protect these wolves and other vulnerable species. And Spread the word.
http://action.sierraclub.org/site/PageNavigator/NAT_Wolves_Petition.html?gclid=CMmB6fnMtMECFQGRaQodrWQA1Q
Pictures and statement provided by Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center.

They’re not hunting them to extinction. Wolves, when allowed to grow without being hunted, are extremely dangerous. Large packs of them are DANGEROUS. You’re an idiot if you’re against the licensed hunting of wolves.

Shame it isn’t in any of the western states where they’ve decimated the elk herds.

Large wolf packs, or any wolf pack for that matter are not dangerous at all. Wolves avoid human contact at all costs because they fear us from when we hunted them down to only 50 wolves. There has never been a recorded fatality between a wolf and a human. EVER. Give me a good reason as to why and how they are dangerous and maybe then I’ll think you know what your talking about. Us as humans have had a very large impact on ecosystems and populations on animals. It is not our place to interject and kill off predators that are naturally supposed to be large in number. .Have you ever heard of niches and natural species cycles with in ecosystems?!?!?!?! Everything in nature balances itself out with natural adaptation and evolution of new species. People are so stupid with the deer population issue, or any population issue. ANY ANIMAL SPECIES THAT STARTS TO SHOW UP IN ANY SUBURBAN AREA OR BECOMES OVER POPULATED IN THE SPACE OF US HUMANS IS BECAUSE OF OUR MASSIVE HOUSING EXPANSION OR ANY EXPANSION. We take away their natural homes, move into where they lived first. Got problems with live stock deaths BUILD BETTER FENCES AND PROTECT THEM BETTER. Instead of decreasing the number of an innocent animal just trying to survive in a world overpopulated by humans. 
So please, before you support this please be educated in the lives and niches of animals with in ecosystems. Understand none of this is ever the animals fault. It’s all repercussions/consequences to human thinking and actions. 

>there has never been a recorded fatality between a wolf and a human. EVER.
Really now?http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_wolf_attacks_in_North_AmericaThere’s 7 right here and it took me 10 seconds to find it on google. And this is only in North America, I’m sure there’s more cases in Europe and Russia as well.

Guess I haven’t researched recently on attacks. Ya got me. I feel for their losses of life. BUT, in the descriptions of the attacks they don’t describe what the people were doing exactly. That they just went on a walk, or a jog, ect. These people could have antagonized the wolves, or just simple startled the wolves at a vulnerable moment. WHO KNOWS.  No one knows how it happened. We need to learn to coexist instead of resort directly to killing. Maybe we as a species should be more cautious on where we tread, because it just goes to show that we are not natural predators in the wild world outside of our suburban neighbor hoods. We are not a natural part of the wilderness. We are not given the biological necessities by evolution to survive in the pure wilderness. We are just simple observers. We must learn to resort to better problem solving to coexist with the natural world. We have taken it over. Now we must protect it. Not resort to killing it with every predator problem we face. 

But we’re the apex predator.
*tips hippie hat*

Did they just…. VICTIM BLAME

LOL
Zoom Info
rtrixie:

aheatforlove:

rtrixie:

accalia-powers:

antonnizhny:

accalia-powers:

antonnizhny:

alternaterealitygame:

accalia-powers:

Obama Administration has taken the Grey Wolf population off of the endangered species list, making it legal to kill them. They places on the list in 1973 and now the Obama Administration thinks their population has risen to a healthy size, and describes the killing of these wolves as “wolf management”. Meaning they are justifying this killing this beautiful and majestic creature to “protect live stock” and control their population growth. There used to be over 400,000 grey wolves roaming the states. Now there is still less than 5,000. If this is considered a healthy recovery to the Obama Administration then they need to pay more attention to the science of observation.
Reasons why you should be angry about this and fight for the wolves:
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysa5OBhXz-Q
Watch the video above. 
Wolves restore and balance entire forest ecosystems. They are key predators to other species keeping the species populations in balance with in the forest. Wolves are very social and family oriented creatures who mate for life, and keep life long relationships with their packs. They are highly intelligent and very essential to the health of forest ecosystems across the entire continental U.S. But now they only thrive in the wild in Canada, some northern parts of Montana, and Yellowstone where they were reintroduced. Grey wolves once roamed the entire U.S. 
Help fight for the survival of these essential and magnificent creatures of the forest and mountains. 
Sign this petition to help protect these wolves and other vulnerable species. And Spread the word.
http://action.sierraclub.org/site/PageNavigator/NAT_Wolves_Petition.html?gclid=CMmB6fnMtMECFQGRaQodrWQA1Q
Pictures and statement provided by Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center.

They’re not hunting them to extinction. Wolves, when allowed to grow without being hunted, are extremely dangerous. Large packs of them are DANGEROUS. You’re an idiot if you’re against the licensed hunting of wolves.

Shame it isn’t in any of the western states where they’ve decimated the elk herds.

Large wolf packs, or any wolf pack for that matter are not dangerous at all. Wolves avoid human contact at all costs because they fear us from when we hunted them down to only 50 wolves. There has never been a recorded fatality between a wolf and a human. EVER. Give me a good reason as to why and how they are dangerous and maybe then I’ll think you know what your talking about. Us as humans have had a very large impact on ecosystems and populations on animals. It is not our place to interject and kill off predators that are naturally supposed to be large in number. .Have you ever heard of niches and natural species cycles with in ecosystems?!?!?!?! Everything in nature balances itself out with natural adaptation and evolution of new species. People are so stupid with the deer population issue, or any population issue. ANY ANIMAL SPECIES THAT STARTS TO SHOW UP IN ANY SUBURBAN AREA OR BECOMES OVER POPULATED IN THE SPACE OF US HUMANS IS BECAUSE OF OUR MASSIVE HOUSING EXPANSION OR ANY EXPANSION. We take away their natural homes, move into where they lived first. Got problems with live stock deaths BUILD BETTER FENCES AND PROTECT THEM BETTER. Instead of decreasing the number of an innocent animal just trying to survive in a world overpopulated by humans. 
So please, before you support this please be educated in the lives and niches of animals with in ecosystems. Understand none of this is ever the animals fault. It’s all repercussions/consequences to human thinking and actions. 

>there has never been a recorded fatality between a wolf and a human. EVER.
Really now?http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_wolf_attacks_in_North_AmericaThere’s 7 right here and it took me 10 seconds to find it on google. And this is only in North America, I’m sure there’s more cases in Europe and Russia as well.

Guess I haven’t researched recently on attacks. Ya got me. I feel for their losses of life. BUT, in the descriptions of the attacks they don’t describe what the people were doing exactly. That they just went on a walk, or a jog, ect. These people could have antagonized the wolves, or just simple startled the wolves at a vulnerable moment. WHO KNOWS.  No one knows how it happened. We need to learn to coexist instead of resort directly to killing. Maybe we as a species should be more cautious on where we tread, because it just goes to show that we are not natural predators in the wild world outside of our suburban neighbor hoods. We are not a natural part of the wilderness. We are not given the biological necessities by evolution to survive in the pure wilderness. We are just simple observers. We must learn to resort to better problem solving to coexist with the natural world. We have taken it over. Now we must protect it. Not resort to killing it with every predator problem we face. 

But we’re the apex predator.
*tips hippie hat*

Did they just…. VICTIM BLAME

LOL
Zoom Info
rtrixie:

aheatforlove:

rtrixie:

accalia-powers:

antonnizhny:

accalia-powers:

antonnizhny:

alternaterealitygame:

accalia-powers:

Obama Administration has taken the Grey Wolf population off of the endangered species list, making it legal to kill them. They places on the list in 1973 and now the Obama Administration thinks their population has risen to a healthy size, and describes the killing of these wolves as “wolf management”. Meaning they are justifying this killing this beautiful and majestic creature to “protect live stock” and control their population growth. There used to be over 400,000 grey wolves roaming the states. Now there is still less than 5,000. If this is considered a healthy recovery to the Obama Administration then they need to pay more attention to the science of observation.
Reasons why you should be angry about this and fight for the wolves:
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysa5OBhXz-Q
Watch the video above. 
Wolves restore and balance entire forest ecosystems. They are key predators to other species keeping the species populations in balance with in the forest. Wolves are very social and family oriented creatures who mate for life, and keep life long relationships with their packs. They are highly intelligent and very essential to the health of forest ecosystems across the entire continental U.S. But now they only thrive in the wild in Canada, some northern parts of Montana, and Yellowstone where they were reintroduced. Grey wolves once roamed the entire U.S. 
Help fight for the survival of these essential and magnificent creatures of the forest and mountains. 
Sign this petition to help protect these wolves and other vulnerable species. And Spread the word.
http://action.sierraclub.org/site/PageNavigator/NAT_Wolves_Petition.html?gclid=CMmB6fnMtMECFQGRaQodrWQA1Q
Pictures and statement provided by Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center.

They’re not hunting them to extinction. Wolves, when allowed to grow without being hunted, are extremely dangerous. Large packs of them are DANGEROUS. You’re an idiot if you’re against the licensed hunting of wolves.

Shame it isn’t in any of the western states where they’ve decimated the elk herds.

Large wolf packs, or any wolf pack for that matter are not dangerous at all. Wolves avoid human contact at all costs because they fear us from when we hunted them down to only 50 wolves. There has never been a recorded fatality between a wolf and a human. EVER. Give me a good reason as to why and how they are dangerous and maybe then I’ll think you know what your talking about. Us as humans have had a very large impact on ecosystems and populations on animals. It is not our place to interject and kill off predators that are naturally supposed to be large in number. .Have you ever heard of niches and natural species cycles with in ecosystems?!?!?!?! Everything in nature balances itself out with natural adaptation and evolution of new species. People are so stupid with the deer population issue, or any population issue. ANY ANIMAL SPECIES THAT STARTS TO SHOW UP IN ANY SUBURBAN AREA OR BECOMES OVER POPULATED IN THE SPACE OF US HUMANS IS BECAUSE OF OUR MASSIVE HOUSING EXPANSION OR ANY EXPANSION. We take away their natural homes, move into where they lived first. Got problems with live stock deaths BUILD BETTER FENCES AND PROTECT THEM BETTER. Instead of decreasing the number of an innocent animal just trying to survive in a world overpopulated by humans. 
So please, before you support this please be educated in the lives and niches of animals with in ecosystems. Understand none of this is ever the animals fault. It’s all repercussions/consequences to human thinking and actions. 

>there has never been a recorded fatality between a wolf and a human. EVER.
Really now?http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_wolf_attacks_in_North_AmericaThere’s 7 right here and it took me 10 seconds to find it on google. And this is only in North America, I’m sure there’s more cases in Europe and Russia as well.

Guess I haven’t researched recently on attacks. Ya got me. I feel for their losses of life. BUT, in the descriptions of the attacks they don’t describe what the people were doing exactly. That they just went on a walk, or a jog, ect. These people could have antagonized the wolves, or just simple startled the wolves at a vulnerable moment. WHO KNOWS.  No one knows how it happened. We need to learn to coexist instead of resort directly to killing. Maybe we as a species should be more cautious on where we tread, because it just goes to show that we are not natural predators in the wild world outside of our suburban neighbor hoods. We are not a natural part of the wilderness. We are not given the biological necessities by evolution to survive in the pure wilderness. We are just simple observers. We must learn to resort to better problem solving to coexist with the natural world. We have taken it over. Now we must protect it. Not resort to killing it with every predator problem we face. 

But we’re the apex predator.
*tips hippie hat*

Did they just…. VICTIM BLAME

LOL
Zoom Info

rtrixie:

aheatforlove:

rtrixie:

accalia-powers:

antonnizhny:

accalia-powers:

antonnizhny:

alternaterealitygame:

accalia-powers:

Obama Administration has taken the Grey Wolf population off of the endangered species list, making it legal to kill them. They places on the list in 1973 and now the Obama Administration thinks their population has risen to a healthy size, and describes the killing of these wolves as “wolf management”. Meaning they are justifying this killing this beautiful and majestic creature to “protect live stock” and control their population growth. There used to be over 400,000 grey wolves roaming the states. Now there is still less than 5,000. If this is considered a healthy recovery to the Obama Administration then they need to pay more attention to the science of observation.

Reasons why you should be angry about this and fight for the wolves:

 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysa5OBhXz-Q

Watch the video above. 

Wolves restore and balance entire forest ecosystems. They are key predators to other species keeping the species populations in balance with in the forest. Wolves are very social and family oriented creatures who mate for life, and keep life long relationships with their packs. They are highly intelligent and very essential to the health of forest ecosystems across the entire continental U.S. But now they only thrive in the wild in Canada, some northern parts of Montana, and Yellowstone where they were reintroduced. Grey wolves once roamed the entire U.S. 

Help fight for the survival of these essential and magnificent creatures of the forest and mountains. 

Sign this petition to help protect these wolves and other vulnerable species. And Spread the word.

http://action.sierraclub.org/site/PageNavigator/NAT_Wolves_Petition.html?gclid=CMmB6fnMtMECFQGRaQodrWQA1Q

Pictures and statement provided by Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center.

They’re not hunting them to extinction. Wolves, when allowed to grow without being hunted, are extremely dangerous. Large packs of them are DANGEROUS. You’re an idiot if you’re against the licensed hunting of wolves.

Shame it isn’t in any of the western states where they’ve decimated the elk herds.

Large wolf packs, or any wolf pack for that matter are not dangerous at all. Wolves avoid human contact at all costs because they fear us from when we hunted them down to only 50 wolves. There has never been a recorded fatality between a wolf and a human. EVER. Give me a good reason as to why and how they are dangerous and maybe then I’ll think you know what your talking about. Us as humans have had a very large impact on ecosystems and populations on animals. It is not our place to interject and kill off predators that are naturally supposed to be large in number. .Have you ever heard of niches and natural species cycles with in ecosystems?!?!?!?! Everything in nature balances itself out with natural adaptation and evolution of new species. People are so stupid with the deer population issue, or any population issue. ANY ANIMAL SPECIES THAT STARTS TO SHOW UP IN ANY SUBURBAN AREA OR BECOMES OVER POPULATED IN THE SPACE OF US HUMANS IS BECAUSE OF OUR MASSIVE HOUSING EXPANSION OR ANY EXPANSION. We take away their natural homes, move into where they lived first. Got problems with live stock deaths BUILD BETTER FENCES AND PROTECT THEM BETTER. Instead of decreasing the number of an innocent animal just trying to survive in a world overpopulated by humans. 

So please, before you support this please be educated in the lives and niches of animals with in ecosystems. Understand none of this is ever the animals fault. It’s all repercussions/consequences to human thinking and actions. 

>there has never been a recorded fatality between a wolf and a human. EVER.

Really now?
http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_wolf_attacks_in_North_America
There’s 7 right here and it took me 10 seconds to find it on google. And this is only in North America, I’m sure there’s more cases in Europe and Russia as well.

Guess I haven’t researched recently on attacks. Ya got me. I feel for their losses of life. BUT, in the descriptions of the attacks they don’t describe what the people were doing exactly. That they just went on a walk, or a jog, ect. These people could have antagonized the wolves, or just simple startled the wolves at a vulnerable moment. WHO KNOWS.  No one knows how it happened. We need to learn to coexist instead of resort directly to killing. Maybe we as a species should be more cautious on where we tread, because it just goes to show that we are not natural predators in the wild world outside of our suburban neighbor hoods. We are not a natural part of the wilderness. We are not given the biological necessities by evolution to survive in the pure wilderness. We are just simple observers. We must learn to resort to better problem solving to coexist with the natural world. We have taken it over. Now we must protect it. Not resort to killing it with every predator problem we face. 

But we’re the apex predator.

*tips hippie hat*

Did they just…. VICTIM BLAME

LOL