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They still exist. This is amazing.

They still exist. This is amazing.

fororchestra:

masqueradingmarionette:

boyfriend-repellent:

rucbarwhovian:

maniacmagic:

vast-fantasies:

bad-wolf-no-more:

bloodofthorns1298:

-MUSIC INTENSIFIES-

ting ting ting tingtingtingtingTINGTINGTINGTINGTINGTING

Beethoven did this too, and he was a genius.

beethoven was not a cat

Yes he was

Beethoven was a dog didn’t you see the movies there were like 4

this freaking post

cats love to tremolo their dorian scales

fororchestra:

masqueradingmarionette:

boyfriend-repellent:

rucbarwhovian:

maniacmagic:

vast-fantasies:

bad-wolf-no-more:

bloodofthorns1298:

-MUSIC INTENSIFIES-

ting ting ting tingtingtingtingTINGTINGTINGTINGTINGTING

Beethoven did this too, and he was a genius.

beethoven was not a cat

Yes he was

Beethoven was a dog didn’t you see the movies there were like 4

this freaking post

cats love to tremolo their dorian scales

IF YOU’RE COOL WITH GETTING A KINDA AWKWARD ASK RIGHT THIS SECOND AND PLAN ON ANSWERING IT IN ALL HONESTY REBLOG THIS PLEASE.

katchan00:

upallnightogetloki:

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Is the C an American thing? Cause we don’t have that here. Even when we fly from the US

I dunno, when I’ve looked it up, it always said YHZ. I’ve never seen the C before.

It’s an official, international, FAA thing. Likewise, all the US ones technically start with K: KDEN, KMSY, etc.

There are 2 systems. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) founded by the airlines in 1945 uses the standard 3 letter codes. The UN founded the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) in 1947 and created a standard 4 letter system that has many more possible codes.
Under the IATA system a code was derived from the name of the airport or the city it serves.
The ICAO system works by the first letter being a region of the world (i.e. L for Southern Europe) and the second letter being the country (i.e. F for France) and the last two being for the airport (PG for Paris Charles de Gaulle). The notable exceptions to those rules are: the U. S. and China have too many airports for a 2 letter code and use their IATA codes with a K or Z appended to the beginning respectively. C is assigned as northern North America which currently is only Canada. Canada has also been given both Y and Z as country code letters. They also often just use the last 3 of the ICAO code for their IATA code which is why they often seem to make less sense than U. S. ones (YYZ YEG etc.)
And now you know way more than you ever wanted to about how airports get their letter based identifier codes.

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katchan00:

Okay wait here me out

A jaeger

The Winter Captain

I would like to add that I came up with this SAME NAME for the jaeger independently when she proposed this to me.

I can honestly say I never expected to see a crow chase an eagle out of my backyard.

ashenlords:

Just a helpful tip to all my followers. If you want to interact with me be sure I never call you friend since if you do you will soon sever all contact with me. Even if we discuss this phenomenon and you say you won’t ever do that, you will.

Hmmm, I need to find a way to weaponize this ability methinks.

Just a helpful tip to all my followers. If you want to interact with me be sure I never call you friend since if you do you will soon sever all contact with me. Even if we discuss this phenomenon and you say you won’t ever do that, you will.

How are you and your adorable wife so dang cute. Its a crime, to much cute under one roof.
Anonymous

How does everyone get this so wrong? There is no cute here, except where Katy is.

Reblog if it is 104% okay to come to your ask and just say ‘Hi can we be friends and then start asking you random questions.