21st Oct 2014
20th Oct 2014
hellfire-empress:

facts-i-just-made-up:

whale-summoner:

facts-i-just-made-up:

A rarely witnessed helicopter mating ritual.
Until 1977, scientists were uncertain of how helicopters reproduced. Some theorized that because mating had never been recorded and helicopters lack visible genitalia, that they were actually a phase in the development of another species that had been miscategorized. The “Navy” helicopters depicted above are two seaters, capable of carrying two Naval crewmen, usually a pilot (Naval Aviator) and a subordinate (Seaman or Seaman First Class).
This 1978 photograph by Larry Nork changed the way we see helicopters forever. In the image, two helicopters can clearly be seen in precoital contact or “Foreplay” which Nork described as a brief precursor to the actual mating, or “Aftplay” in which the male Navy helicopter turned and the deposited his Seaman into the female’s cockpit. The seaman then develops into a Naval Aviator and is soon capable of piloting a newborn helicopter.
For more on helicopter nursing and juvenile phases, click here.

This photo is actually from a series that Nork produced, entitled “From Conception to Conflict: A Year In The Life Of Wild Rotors”. In it, he detailed the vicious fighting between the young in a ‘copter nest, and documented the way that it would often cause collateral damage among neighbouring species of animal, and indeed among human populations too. Until Nork’s groundbreaking series, there had been no actual evidence of attacks on humans by helicopters, but Nork provided us with the proof were needed to starting hunting them down. We honor Larry Nork, and hope that his soul found more peace than his body did after being caught by the mother helicopter.

Whale-Summoner. We meet again.
You’re completely wrong as usual. Nork was a Helicopter enthusiast and lover of the species. His documentation was unbiased and to claim it for your disgusting side of this argument is ignorant and offensive. Let’s look at the real Larry Nork, shall we?
Nork was born in 1939 on Halloween.
He was among the first to ride in a gyrocopter, an event that influenced him until his death.
That death was not at the hands of a mother chopper but a jet engine on a Concorde. The helicopter present merely pushed him.
Nork himself killed over 30,000 helicopters in order to mount and photograph them for his book, Helicopters of America. The Nork museum in Kentucky still has almost 17,000 of his choppers.
Nork, as some readers know, had a sexual helicopter fetish and couldn’t maintain an erection without at least one functioning rotor blade present. He stated that all his children were conceived in the presence of a Boeing CH-47 Chinook.
His children were named after HLHs, including Tarhe, Skycrane and Yakovlev.
Yakovlev Nork is himself a helicopter pilot.
Larry Nork is the only known human to have caught a moving rotor blade with his teeth, losing only 21 of them in the process.
He could himself rotate at 560 revolutions per minute. His dizzy-barf was notoriously far flung.
"Nork" is Australian for Boob.
But he never advocated actively hunting or culling choppers, nor did his research show any collateral damage from the ‘playing’ of young helicopters within the nest. That research was done by Augustus A. Aeronard and is well known to be forged by the hunting industrial complex.

Rekt

hellfire-empress:

facts-i-just-made-up:

whale-summoner:

facts-i-just-made-up:

A rarely witnessed helicopter mating ritual.

Until 1977, scientists were uncertain of how helicopters reproduced. Some theorized that because mating had never been recorded and helicopters lack visible genitalia, that they were actually a phase in the development of another species that had been miscategorized. The “Navy” helicopters depicted above are two seaters, capable of carrying two Naval crewmen, usually a pilot (Naval Aviator) and a subordinate (Seaman or Seaman First Class).

This 1978 photograph by Larry Nork changed the way we see helicopters forever. In the image, two helicopters can clearly be seen in precoital contact or “Foreplay” which Nork described as a brief precursor to the actual mating, or “Aftplay” in which the male Navy helicopter turned and the deposited his Seaman into the female’s cockpit. The seaman then develops into a Naval Aviator and is soon capable of piloting a newborn helicopter.

For more on helicopter nursing and juvenile phases, click here.

This photo is actually from a series that Nork produced, entitled “From Conception to Conflict: A Year In The Life Of Wild Rotors”. In it, he detailed the vicious fighting between the young in a ‘copter nest, and documented the way that it would often cause collateral damage among neighbouring species of animal, and indeed among human populations too. Until Nork’s groundbreaking series, there had been no actual evidence of attacks on humans by helicopters, but Nork provided us with the proof were needed to starting hunting them down. We honor Larry Nork, and hope that his soul found more peace than his body did after being caught by the mother helicopter.

Whale-Summoner. We meet again.

You’re completely wrong as usual. Nork was a Helicopter enthusiast and lover of the species. His documentation was unbiased and to claim it for your disgusting side of this argument is ignorant and offensive. Let’s look at the real Larry Nork, shall we?

  • Nork was born in 1939 on Halloween.
  • He was among the first to ride in a gyrocopter, an event that influenced him until his death.
  • That death was not at the hands of a mother chopper but a jet engine on a Concorde. The helicopter present merely pushed him.
  • Nork himself killed over 30,000 helicopters in order to mount and photograph them for his book, Helicopters of America. The Nork museum in Kentucky still has almost 17,000 of his choppers.
  • Nork, as some readers know, had a sexual helicopter fetish and couldn’t maintain an erection without at least one functioning rotor blade present. He stated that all his children were conceived in the presence of a Boeing CH-47 Chinook.
  • His children were named after HLHs, including Tarhe, Skycrane and Yakovlev.
  • Yakovlev Nork is himself a helicopter pilot.
  • Larry Nork is the only known human to have caught a moving rotor blade with his teeth, losing only 21 of them in the process.
  • He could himself rotate at 560 revolutions per minute. His dizzy-barf was notoriously far flung.
  • "Nork" is Australian for Boob.

But he never advocated actively hunting or culling choppers, nor did his research show any collateral damage from the ‘playing’
 of young helicopters within the nest. That research was done by Augustus A. Aeronard and is well known to be forged by the hunting industrial complex.

Rekt

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20th Oct 2014

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20th Oct 2014

scaryghoultrash:

parallel lives

20th Oct 2014

Otters: A History of Violence

lordoftheinternet:

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OPEN YOUR EYES, PEOPLE!!

THE OTTER WAR IS UPON US!!

20th Oct 2014
surprisebitch:
20th Oct 2014
feather-in-my-cap-and-cheese:

humansofnewyork:

"What’s your son’s greatest superpower?""His heart.""What’s your dad’s greatest superpower?""He can fly."

Batman can’t fly and neither can Captain America
Damn it, Billy.

feather-in-my-cap-and-cheese:

humansofnewyork:

"What’s your son’s greatest superpower?"
"His heart."
"What’s your dad’s greatest superpower?"
"He can fly."

Batman can’t fly and neither can Captain America

Damn it, Billy.

20th Oct 2014
20th Oct 2014

enigmatic-fangirl:

namsblog:

me: skips tutorial
me: how the fuck do you play this game

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20th Oct 2014
smilesandvials:

This always cracks me up and I just want a giant poster of it in every lab.

smilesandvials:

This always cracks me up and I just want a giant poster of it in every lab.

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20th Oct 2014

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20th Oct 2014

spreadyourwiings:

socially-inactive:

pyroluminescence:

I’M

I LOVE YOU KAREN

Dying

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20th Oct 2014

dat-soldier:

officialunitedstates:

I want to be the first person on the moon to shoot a sniper rifle at earth and hit a wasp nest.  my whole life so far is leading up to that moment

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20th Oct 2014

kyousakura:

HORROR MOVIE ADS ON YOUTUBE THAT U CANT SKIP

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20th Oct 2014