catasters:

"What’s up?"

catasters:

"What’s up?"

gothamknowledge:

Lady Amherst’s Pheasant

Sometimes I just don’t know you nature.

llbwwb:

A baby polar bear in Svalbard snacking on a piece of seaweed Photo by Andrew Schoeman.

llbwwb:

A baby polar bear in Svalbard snacking on a piece of seaweed Photo by Andrew Schoeman.

clan-khuleborough:

cassowarhea:

Exercise caution. They have had a past habit of exalting dragons sent to them.

To any of my few followers, please bear this in mind. ^^^^^I would suggest not letting yourself become involved in any manner with this user. There are less than a dozen people I have ever heard of causing real problems for any users, and Jaibo is at the top of that list.
Treat him like a wild animal: you can observe him in his natural element, but keep the fuck away and don’t try to interact with him, please. 

clan-khuleborough:

cassowarhea:

Exercise caution. They have had a past habit of exalting dragons sent to them.

To any of my few followers, please bear this in mind. ^^^^^
I would suggest not letting yourself become involved in any manner with this user. There are less than a dozen people I have ever heard of causing real problems for any users, and Jaibo is at the top of that list.

Treat him like a wild animal: you can observe him in his natural element, but keep the fuck away and don’t try to interact with him, please. 

foxinu:

catsteaks:

Yes. To add onto this, the bulldogs/staffs/whatever you’d call em were brought over from the UK as fighting dogs and bred in the USA as American Staffordshire Terriers. The USA wanted a dog they could call their own to boost country morale, so they started creating the distinct breed of American Pit Bull Terrier. The AKC wanted to distance itself from dog-fighting, so they would not accept the APBT to be registered. People had been breeding the American Staffordshire to look a certain way, while others were breeding the APBT specifically for dog-fighting, the AKC allowed Amstaff, and that is where the “show-type” of dog comes in. Amstaffs are essentially the show-bred version of APBT, in a whole seperate breed. The UKC allows APBT and AmStaff to be dual-registered, meaning you can register your AST with the AKC as an AST, and you can also register it as an APBT with the UKC.(Or something like that, based on my knowledge)

I believe the dual registry works this way: you can register your AKC-registered AST with the UKC as an APBT, but you cannot register a UKC-registered APBT with the AKC as an AST. this was my understanding a few years ago so the rules may be different now.

foxinu:

catsteaks:

Yes. To add onto this, the bulldogs/staffs/whatever you’d call em were brought over from the UK as fighting dogs and bred in the USA as American Staffordshire Terriers. The USA wanted a dog they could call their own to boost country morale, so they started creating the distinct breed of American Pit Bull Terrier. The AKC wanted to distance itself from dog-fighting, so they would not accept the APBT to be registered. People had been breeding the American Staffordshire to look a certain way, while others were breeding the APBT specifically for dog-fighting, the AKC allowed Amstaff, and that is where the “show-type” of dog comes in. Amstaffs are essentially the show-bred version of APBT, in a whole seperate breed. The UKC allows APBT and AmStaff to be dual-registered, meaning you can register your AST with the AKC as an AST, and you can also register it as an APBT with the UKC.
(Or something like that, based on my knowledge)

I believe the dual registry works this way: you can register your AKC-registered AST with the UKC as an APBT, but you cannot register a UKC-registered APBT with the AKC as an AST. this was my understanding a few years ago so the rules may be different now.

foxinu:

fleshcircus:

Our sweet little mutt :’) Almost 9 months old

!!!! so much neck skins. she looks like she’s wrapped in a second fur coat from an enemy.

zooophagous:

mortimervanwyke:

intlsugarbaby:

sugar-babe-kira:

european-sugar:

prostheticknowledge:

Creepface

Online image search tool and Chrome extension that claims to locate US sex offenders in it’s database with facial recognition analysis:

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Just Right Click and Select “Scan with CreepFace” to check any online photo against 475,000 Registered Sex Offenders in the U.S.

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The Creepface online search engine can be found here

REBLOOOG

reblooogggggg!!!!!

Keep all the girls safe!
And stay safe girlies.

Reblog constantly!

Hell, keep everyone safe. Not just girls. Girls, boys, women, men, anyone else. Sex offenders can attack anyone. This is important.

This is interesting but I also get the feeling that it’s going to backfire