Pretty Deadly #2 by Kelly Sue DeConnick, Emma Rios, and Jordie Bellaire
LUSH HOLIDAY GIVEAWAY
2. That’s pretty much it. But only do it once. Or once a day. Just don’t be that person that reblogs it 12 times in a row.
3. Oh also please be like a legit blog and not a fake one that just always tries to win giveaways.
4. And have your ask box open because if it’s not and you win, I’ll have to pick someone else and you will be sad.
5. WAIT OMG I FORGOT TO SAY THIS ENDS THE DAY AFTER CHRISTMAS AHHHH
WHAT I’M GIVING AWAY:
-1 small, opened, but unused Rose Jam shower gel
-1 unused Randy buttercream
-1 Bombardino bathbomb (not both of them, I’m just too lazy to take the other one out of the bag for the picture)
-1 Sootball bathbomb. I got this after they re-formulated it for the UK. I’m not responsible for stained bathtubs though. YOU’VE BEEN WARNED. DUN DUN DUNNNNN
-1 Secret Santa bathbomb. This is a bit broken, but I kept it in a baggie and it’s just as good as an unbroken one!
OKAY READY GO
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[Here’s a] “magnetic putty time lapse as it absorbs a rare-earth magnet. Taken over 1.5 hours at 3fps, played back at 24fps. The magnetic putty will eventually arrange itself so that the outer surface is as evenly distributed around the magnet as possible.
Ferromagnetic particles in the putty are strongly attracted to the magnet and very slowly engulf the surface of the magnet. The magnet shown in the picture is a strong neodymium iron boron magnet. It’s a very powerful magnet for its size and could erase magnetic stripes found in credit cards and damage electronics!”
One of my letter of recommendation writers hasn’t been responding to my emails for like over a month and my first app is due in a little under two weeks and I am freeeaaaaking oouuuttt. Like, I know she’s been around and not sick and still teaching… and I know she’s getting my emails because she’s gotten emails from my same email address before… I think she’s just ignoring me. Sad beep.
Aboriginal rangers had set up the motion-sensor camera at a gorge on the Margaret River in May, to try and capture images of fresh-water crocodiles.
Gooniyandi ranger Roneil Skeen says the camera disappeared not long afterwards.
"Unexpectedly our camera went missing so we thought we had lost it because it fell into the water," he said.
But a few weeks ago, they got a phone call to say a Parks and Wildlife ranger had found the small device at the Mary River, about 110 kilometres away.
They have been able to extract three 30-second clips that reveal the culprit to be a thieving sea eagle.