Pitbulllady's Blog

Feb 21
thecaptainofdavesol:

indevan:

simonjadis:

carry-on-my-wayward-butt:

emeraldcharos:

wessasaurus-rex:

kikojaharo:

This is the most accurate gif of Florida I have ever seen.

 ”What the fuck?” 

She’s not even scared, she’s just mad and confused.

baby gators are basically confused sharp bunnies who wander into other people’s pools for a dip and some sunbathing and might gnaw on u. mommas are the scary ones.

confused sharp bunnies

i’d argue that you don’t even have to worry about mommas.  alligators are literally stoners.  like don’t fuck with their stuff and they’ll just chill and leave you alone.

straight up i used to work at a small zoo with a bunch of alligators and we had like 20 gators and they were literally stoners. They chill, untill you bring out the food and they just go bonkers and hiss at eachother

You DO have to worry about mama gators, though, if one is around, although this young alligator is already over a year old and has gone solo.  For the first year of their lives, baby alligators live near their mother, who will defend them ferociously from anything.  Baby gators make a loud grunting noise when they are distressed or threatened that will bring their mother pronto to defend them, and bear in mind that an adult alligator can outrun a horse for a short distance on land and launch itself 15 vertical feet out of the water in the blink of an eye.  I’ve seen them do this, since we have a LOT of alligators where I live to the extent that most roads crossing a swamp have “Alligator Crossing” signs.  In fact, most adult alligators will respond to a baby gator’s cries by charging in and attacking whatever is bothering the baby.  Picking up a small baby alligator, should you find one, is like grabbing a grizzly bear cub you find out in the Alaskan brush; you are seriously inviting trouble!

thecaptainofdavesol:

indevan:

simonjadis:

carry-on-my-wayward-butt:

emeraldcharos:

wessasaurus-rex:

kikojaharo:

This is the most accurate gif of Florida I have ever seen.

 ”What the fuck?” 

She’s not even scared, she’s just mad and confused.

baby gators are basically confused sharp bunnies who wander into other people’s pools for a dip and some sunbathing and might gnaw on u. mommas are the scary ones.

confused sharp bunnies

i’d argue that you don’t even have to worry about mommas.  alligators are literally stoners.  like don’t fuck with their stuff and they’ll just chill and leave you alone.

straight up i used to work at a small zoo with a bunch of alligators and we had like 20 gators and they were literally stoners. They chill, untill you bring out the food and they just go bonkers and hiss at eachother

You DO have to worry about mama gators, though, if one is around, although this young alligator is already over a year old and has gone solo.  For the first year of their lives, baby alligators live near their mother, who will defend them ferociously from anything.  Baby gators make a loud grunting noise when they are distressed or threatened that will bring their mother pronto to defend them, and bear in mind that an adult alligator can outrun a horse for a short distance on land and launch itself 15 vertical feet out of the water in the blink of an eye.  I’ve seen them do this, since we have a LOT of alligators where I live to the extent that most roads crossing a swamp have “Alligator Crossing” signs.  In fact, most adult alligators will respond to a baby gator’s cries by charging in and attacking whatever is bothering the baby.  Picking up a small baby alligator, should you find one, is like grabbing a grizzly bear cub you find out in the Alaskan brush; you are seriously inviting trouble!

Feb 21
creatures-alive:

Hyena Puppy by J. Uriarte

Just a reminder to J. Uriarte-baby hyenas are not called “puppies” or “pups”.  They aren’t dogs or canids at all.  They’re called CUBS.  Thank you.

creatures-alive:

Hyena Puppy by J. Uriarte

Just a reminder to J. Uriarte-baby hyenas are not called “puppies” or “pups”.  They aren’t dogs or canids at all.  They’re called CUBS.  Thank you.

Feb 20
stay-zeroed:

Hornady 9mm by Shanksabunch on Flickr.

Hornady is getting hard to find, even in 9mm.  I only found one box last weekend at one of our biggest gun shows, couldn’t find ANY in .380 ACP of their new .22 WMR.

stay-zeroed:

Hornady 9mm by Shanksabunch on Flickr.

Hornady is getting hard to find, even in 9mm.  I only found one box last weekend at one of our biggest gun shows, couldn’t find ANY in .380 ACP of their new .22 WMR.

Feb 20
samid11:

SULLIVAN.

Damn, I’ve looked for one of these everywhere, off-color paint job or not, and you’ve got THREE of ‘em!

samid11:

SULLIVAN.

Damn, I’ve looked for one of these everywhere, off-color paint job or not, and you’ve got THREE of ‘em!

Feb 20

So….

benjjedi:

We know that Johnny, Chet and Randall were the only guys in ROR throughout MU who had a line. By the way, I do count Randall because he was in ROR. 

Anyhoo, if Chip, Javier and Reggie had lines, who do you suppose their voice actors would be?

OK, no, I MEANT to say that Bobcat Goldthwait would be Reggie, since Reggie has that same “out there”, semi-unintelligible quality.  For Chip, I dunno-get a bit of an African-American “vibe” from him for some reason, so maybe Chris Rock or Ice Cube, or Phil Lamar?  As for Javier, cannot help but hear Jon Huertas’ voice for him, since he plays another Javier, Det. Javier Esposito on “Castle”, and with Johnny already voiced by Nathan Fillion, who plays Rick Castle himself, it just seems natural.

Feb 20
el—scorcho:

embracingtheview:

Unidentified snake. Photo taken at the San Diego Zoo, January 28-29, 2014.

Looks like a Mangshan pit viper (Trimeresurus mangshanensis). Thoughts, anyone?

Agreed; it’s a Mangshan.

el—scorcho:

embracingtheview:

Unidentified snake. Photo taken at the San Diego Zoo, January 28-29, 2014.

Looks like a Mangshan pit viper (Trimeresurus mangshanensis). Thoughts, anyone?

Agreed; it’s a Mangshan.

Feb 20

On the first day of every school year, retired scarers judge each student in Scaring 101 to see which ones are the most likely to make the program, similar to scouting of college athletes in professional sports.

m-u-headcanons:

Submitted by x9ZZZ9x

Mike must have taken a sick day when they did that at his school, then.

Feb 20

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tansko:

tansko:

Does anyone have any idea why only certain monsters in MU have a distinct sound when they roar. I mean just look at sulley, Johnny, and Chip they all can roar with a sound diffident from their regular talking voice. While monsters like Randall, Mike, have to use their usual talking…

I was just wondering but who do you think has the biggest roar?

Sulley’s roar is the loudest, but loud does not always translate into “scary”.  Personally, I think that Johnny’s howl/scream/roar was a whole lot scarier than Sulley’s because it just had that really creepy, almost surreal quality to it, while Sulley just sounded like a tiger or other big cat.  I used to keep big cats, so I got used to their roars, but that sound Johnny makes is like the baying of some hellhound out on the dark, fog-shrouded English moors or something.

Feb 19
Nyala(species of antelope), Nubian Ibex, Norwich Terrier, Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, Northern Water Snake(several snakes with “Northern” as part of their names, actually), Nebulung(breed of cat), Northern Shrike, Nigerian Dwarf Goat, Numbat(marsupial), Norwegian Forest Cat, Norwegian Fjord Pony, Nurse Shark, Nighhawk, Nightjar, Naked Mole Rat, Natterjack(a species of toad), Narrow-Mouthed Frog, Nautilus, New Guinea Singing Dog, Needlefish, Nematode(round worm), Northern Grebe, Neon Tetra, Northern Right Whale, Night Adder, Night Snake, Night Crawler(species of earthworm), Northern Pike, Nilgai(another antelope), Night Heron, Nile Crocodile, Nile Perch, Nile Monitor, New Caledonian Day Gecko, Noddy Tern, Nine-Banded Armadillo, Northern Elephant Seal, Northern Fur Seal, North African Rock Python, Norwegian Elkhound, Norwegian Buhund, Nuthatch(bird), Nutria(aquatic rat), Nubian Goat, Norbottenspets(dog breed), Norwegian Lundhunde(another dog breed), New Zealand Huntaway(yet another dog breed), Napoleon Cat(long-haired Munchkin), Namib Desert Beetle, Northern Blue-Tongued Skink, Northern Rock Wallaby, Noma Pony, New Forest Pony, New Forest Cattle, Ningshiang Pig, Normandy Cattle, Navajo Churro Sheep, New Hampshire Red(chicken), Nun(pigeon), Naragansett Turkey, Northern Inuit Dog, Nanday Conure(parrot), Narrow-billed Creeper(bird), Northern Curlew(bird), Northern Flicker(woodpecker bird)…need more?

Nyala(species of antelope), Nubian Ibex, Norwich Terrier, Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, Northern Water Snake(several snakes with “Northern” as part of their names, actually), Nebulung(breed of cat), Northern Shrike, Nigerian Dwarf Goat, Numbat(marsupial), Norwegian Forest Cat, Norwegian Fjord Pony, Nurse Shark, Nighhawk, Nightjar, Naked Mole Rat, Natterjack(a species of toad), Narrow-Mouthed Frog, Nautilus, New Guinea Singing Dog, Needlefish, Nematode(round worm), Northern Grebe, Neon Tetra, Northern Right Whale, Night Adder, Night Snake, Night Crawler(species of earthworm), Northern Pike, Nilgai(another antelope), Night Heron, Nile Crocodile, Nile Perch, Nile Monitor, New Caledonian Day Gecko, Noddy Tern, Nine-Banded Armadillo, Northern Elephant Seal, Northern Fur Seal, North African Rock Python, Norwegian Elkhound, Norwegian Buhund, Nuthatch(bird), Nutria(aquatic rat), Nubian Goat, Norbottenspets(dog breed), Norwegian Lundhunde(another dog breed), New Zealand Huntaway(yet another dog breed), Napoleon Cat(long-haired Munchkin), Namib Desert Beetle, Northern Blue-Tongued Skink, Northern Rock Wallaby, Noma Pony, New Forest Pony, New Forest Cattle, Ningshiang Pig, Normandy Cattle, Navajo Churro Sheep, New Hampshire Red(chicken), Nun(pigeon), Naragansett Turkey, Northern Inuit Dog, Nanday Conure(parrot), Narrow-billed Creeper(bird), Northern Curlew(bird), Northern Flicker(woodpecker bird)…need more?

Feb 19
That was so badass! 

That was so badass!