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duchess-of-the-internet:

revisionof:


 The metroplex encompasses 9,286 square miles (24,100 km2) of total area: 8,991 sq mi (23,290 km2) is land, while 295 sq mi (760 km2) is water, making it larger in area than the U.S. states of Rhode Island and Connecticut combined. It is also the sixth largest gross metropolitan product (GMP) in the United States,[8] and approximately tenth largest by GMP in the world.

It’s not like there are any landmarks to stop the metroplex from spreading. Maybe the Red River will stop us. Maybe.

I don’t think I want it to stop at the Red River if that means southern Oklahoma gets an In-n-Out and a Starbucks. At this point the water level is low you could put a tarp over it and call it good.

Sounds like a good enough reason to continue north! You can take the In-n-Out north of me, in Frisco. It’s fine, but Whataburger still tastes better to me. If you like California chains, do you like Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf? Addison has one of those, and the Colony had one but it closed.
When I lived in Sherman (which is a little shy of Oklahoma), I remember feeling like civilization finally found us when they got their first Starbucks. Inside a hospital foodcourt. Shortly after they got a standalone Starbucks. And a Target! Finally, McKinney was not the closest outpost of the 21st century. Meanwhile, McKinney and Allen were growing like mad, because the northern sprawl was already done with Plano.
All hail the Metroplex, the all devouring, the all assimilating.

duchess-of-the-internet:

revisionof:

 The metroplex encompasses 9,286 square miles (24,100 km2) of total area: 8,991 sq mi (23,290 km2) is land, while 295 sq mi (760 km2) is water, making it larger in area than the U.S. states of Rhode Island and Connecticut combined. It is also the sixth largest gross metropolitan product (GMP) in the United States,[8] and approximately tenth largest by GMP in the world.

It’s not like there are any landmarks to stop the metroplex from spreading. Maybe the Red River will stop us. Maybe.

I don’t think I want it to stop at the Red River if that means southern Oklahoma gets an In-n-Out and a Starbucks. At this point the water level is low you could put a tarp over it and call it good.

Sounds like a good enough reason to continue north! You can take the In-n-Out north of me, in Frisco. It’s fine, but Whataburger still tastes better to me. If you like California chains, do you like Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf? Addison has one of those, and the Colony had one but it closed.

When I lived in Sherman (which is a little shy of Oklahoma), I remember feeling like civilization finally found us when they got their first Starbucks. Inside a hospital foodcourt. Shortly after they got a standalone Starbucks. And a Target! Finally, McKinney was not the closest outpost of the 21st century. Meanwhile, McKinney and Allen were growing like mad, because the northern sprawl was already done with Plano.

All hail the Metroplex, the all devouring, the all assimilating.

(Source: paxamericana)

mycutefriendsweetprincess:

oxboxer:

thinkin ‘bout drow.

married 2 the first 2

mycutefriendsweetprincess:

oxboxer:

thinkin ‘bout drow.

married 2 the first 2


 The metroplex encompasses 9,286 square miles (24,100 km2) of total area: 8,991 sq mi (23,290 km2) is land, while 295 sq mi (760 km2) is water, making it larger in area than the U.S. states of Rhode Island and Connecticut combined. It is also the sixth largest gross metropolitan product (GMP) in the United States,[8] and approximately tenth largest by GMP in the world.

It’s not like there are any landmarks to stop the metroplex from spreading. Maybe the Red River will stop us. Maybe.

 The metroplex encompasses 9,286 square miles (24,100 km2) of total area: 8,991 sq mi (23,290 km2) is land, while 295 sq mi (760 km2) is water, making it larger in area than the U.S. states of Rhode Island and Connecticut combined. It is also the sixth largest gross metropolitan product (GMP) in the United States,[8] and approximately tenth largest by GMP in the world.

It’s not like there are any landmarks to stop the metroplex from spreading. Maybe the Red River will stop us. Maybe.

(Source: paxamericana)


icantfeelmyarms:

mintyprincess:

CAN WE TALK ABOUT THIS FOR A FUCKING MINUTE

I went out for happy hour drinks with some coworkers and friends yesterday.

One of my coworkers and our pregnant waitress said, at separate times, with envy, “Your birthday is one day away from 4-20.”


Happy birthday, Booker! (4/19/1874)

He shares my birthday! Not the date, though. Thankfully. I mean, I’m not THAT old.

Happy birthday, Booker! (4/19/1874)

He shares my birthday! Not the date, though. Thankfully. I mean, I’m not THAT old.

(Source: bookersdewitt)

pendwick asked: Happy Birthday! I hope you have you a wonderful day :)

Thank you! The day included a four mile walk through a nature preserve, iced chai tea, and a nap, so I’m calling that a pretty successful day.

revisionof:

My name isn’t Tessa, and I turned 28 last year, BUT it’s a capybara celebrating a birthday. I’ll take it.

I am getting further and further from 28, but heck, capybaras are still flipping adorable

revisionof:

My name isn’t Tessa, and I turned 28 last year, BUT it’s a capybara celebrating a birthday. I’ll take it.

I am getting further and further from 28, but heck, capybaras are still flipping adorable

revisionof:

I wanted a birthday cake like this, and a friend swore she would make it. She added bon bons to a store bought cake. No text threatening a Russian roulette of deadly treats.
She did not understand that I wanted to pretend to be a super villain for my birthday.

I still need to make my super villain for a day birthday happen. Oh well. Not this year. I have had enough cake as it is.

revisionof:

I wanted a birthday cake like this, and a friend swore she would make it. She added bon bons to a store bought cake. No text threatening a Russian roulette of deadly treats.

She did not understand that I wanted to pretend to be a super villain for my birthday.

I still need to make my super villain for a day birthday happen. Oh well. Not this year. I have had enough cake as it is.

theradicalkanji asked: Happy birthday! :) (Assuming the tags on the Silent Hill 3 photoset we're accurate.)

Thank you! They were! No better way to celebrate a birthday than with the fandoms you love!



vinegod:

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