Every star is a sun as big, as bright, as our own. Just imagine, how far away from us you’d have to move the sun to make it appear as small and faint as a star. The light from the stars travels very fast. Faster than anything. But not infinitely fast. It takes time for their light to reach us. For the nearest ones, it takes years. For others, centuries. Some stars are so far away it takes eons for their light to get to Earth.

By the time the light from some stars gets here they are already dead. For those stars, we see only their ghosts. We see their light, but their bodies perished long, long ago.

- Episode 5: A Sky Full Of Ghosts, Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey

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Belcher family’s evil laughter

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sherlscott:

Words of wisdom from Ron Swanson.

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sdrasha:

When I hear modern Hardcore Kids, tell me that the 80’s was “so gay”. I wonder if they even know what they’re talking about, or what kind of music they’re even listening to. I wish I could’ve been there.

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Spaceballs, 1987 (dir. Mel Brooks)

Best scene ever

We ain’t found shit!

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silverscheme:

The cast of “Always Sunny in Philadelphia” had this portrait made at Sears lol

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