Geeky Fangirl of Geeks

"It's like magic. ...but it's science."

This blog may contain one or more of the following things at any given time: dorky superheroes, British superheroes, general science fiction & fantasy, real science, weird and/or nightmarish things, Massachusetts things, video games, leftist politics, views that are pro-social justice but anti-SJW/feminist. No trigger warnings. Viewer discretion is advised.




i need feminism because when jesus does a magic trick it’s a goddamn miracle but when a woman does a magic trick she gets burned at the stake


i mean they did also kill jesus. that was a pretty significant thing that happened. like i understand where you’re coming from here but they very much did kill jesus.

(via she-venom)


I have finished reading Captain America! At least until next month’s issue comes out.

Therefore I bring you the Gallery of Captain Facepalm.

Left to right, top to bottom: Avengers #7, 1964; Avengers #106, 1972; What If… #5, 1977; Captain America #268, 1982; Captain America #282, 1983; Captain America #250, 1980; Captain America #398, 1992; Captain America #425, 1994; Captain America #15, 1999; and Captain America Annual #2, 1972. 

That last one’s just in there because he looks like he would be facepalming if he could.

(via marvelandia)

chakaaryc replied to your post: The “What Did I Just Watch?” playlist

I’m glad you tagged me, I was gonna butt in if you hadn’t XP and college took up all my time, yo. I gotta get back on track and find stuff to send to you again

I’d have been sad if you hadn’t butt in. Though now that I think about it I forgot to link your song about playing chicken with the train. So I guess that’s three songs from you.

Pfft, college. You act like that was important or something. Whatevs. ;3

But yes, you need to send me stuff again. Rider’s been having to do your job talking to me for you, tsk.

Psst, chakaaryc.

(Source: youknowyourebritishwhen, via youknowyourebritishwhen)

I just lay in bed for about 30 mins and after that I can get up.

Sounds about right. Owning a tablet helps.

eliminativism replied to your post: More musicians from Massachusetts, whe…

Of all the things… I did not expect to see THIS again after all these years.

Welcome to [things from] Massachusetts.

comicsbeforecandy asked: Once you get this you have to say five nice things about yourself publicly then send this to your ten favourite followers!

Uh, do I actually have five nice things to say about myself?

1. I like my eyes and my teeth; they’re the only parts of my appearance that don’t suck.

2. I can sing reasonably decently and like doing it.

…I seriously just can’t think of anything else. There’s a tiny few other nice things I’d think about myself except that either nobody else notices them, nobody else agrees they’re true, or they always turn out to just hurt me in the end, so, screw it.

More musicians from Massachusetts, whee.

if the Dropkick Murphys represent the “boisterous Celtic American” side of Massachusetts, Lemon Demon represents the “creative weird people” side of Massachusetts.

Are there people who get to actually wake up feeling chipper and refreshed in the morning?

Whenever I wake up it’s more, “Oh god it’s morning, why is there light, someone please put me out of my misery.”

Anonymous asked: I just randomly came onto your blog and I will likely never come back--sorry--but I just want to say the post you made on identity and how you never fit in anywhere is one that I relate to. I don't qualify for some of the categories you mentioned (I'm not bisexual, for instance), but I thought I would share that because it reminds me of my own experiences with feeling out of the group I'm supposed to belong to.

It’s OK, my blog is something of a niche and acquired taste. No offense taken.

Thank you for the sentiment; it at least helps to know I don’t feel alone on the matter. Though I do feel kind of bad at anyone else having the same issues, since I wish people could get to be happy. Especially since I don’t have any real answers for this particular issue…