“We each need to find our own inspiration, Kiki. Sometimes it’s not easy.”
Okay. So this is defiantly not something I would re-post often, but as a kid I loved this movie. Regarding my last post I’ve written, I remembered the scene where Ursula says the above quote to Kiki and that’s what I really needed to hear right now.
"Well, when I was nine years old, Star Trek came on, I looked at it and I went screaming through the house, 'Come here, mum, everybody, come quick, come quick, there's a black lady on television and she ain't no maid!' I knew right then and there I could be anything I wanted to be.”
— Whoopi Goldberg
Got an issue with too much of various matter types in your experiments?
Have some pesky employees that just won’t do as they’re told?
Well, look no further than Walter Manor’s own Matter Management Twins, Matter Master David and Matter Mistress Bunny!
I may or may not color this; my coloring skills are ass. If I do, I’ll probably fix David’s body. Weh.
The Fukang Meteorite
Back in the year 2000, an incredible meteorite weighing 2,211 pounds was discovered near Fukang, a city located in the northwestern region of Xinjiang, China. Named the Funkang meteorite, it was identified as a pallasite, a type of stony–iron meteorite. With 4.5 billion years in the making, its golden olivine mixed with silvery nickel-iron to create a stunningly beautiful mosaic effect.Pallasites are extremely rare even among meteorites (only about 1% of all meteorites are this type) and Fukang has been hailed as one of the greatest meteorite discoveries of the 21st century.
It has since been divided into slices which give the effect of stained glass when the sun shines through them. It is so valuable that even tiny chunks sell in the region for $40 to $60 a gram. An anonymous collector holds the largest portion, which weighs 925 pounds.
WHO ELSE MISREAD THIS AS “THE FUCKING METEORITE”
God fukang dammit
Can I eat it
Source: Daily Mail