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Some Kentucky pictures.  I start work on Monday!

fuckyeahncis:

pasadora:

TONY: Gibbs gave you a mission. Everybody is counting on you. Just do what you do best.ABBY: Dance?TONY: Talk!ABBY: (nods)—NCIS 5x14Gawd, I loved that episode. So many good scenes. :D

fuckyeahncis:

pasadora:

TONY: Gibbs gave you a mission. Everybody is counting on you. Just do what you do best.
ABBY: Dance?
TONY: Talk!
ABBY: (nods)

NCIS 5x14

Gawd, I loved that episode. So many good scenes. :D

fuckyeahncis:

pasadora:

GIBBS: (gives Ziva a knife) The FBI car out front.ZIVA: Got it.GIBBS: Ziva! Their tires, not their throats. — NCIS 5x14Good that he mentioned it. You can never be sure with Ziva. :P LOL

fuckyeahncis:

pasadora:

GIBBS: (gives Ziva a knife) The FBI car out front.
ZIVA: Got it.
GIBBS: Ziva! Their tires, not their throats.

NCIS 5x14

Good that he mentioned it. You can never be sure with Ziva. :P LOL

proust73:

incurable: The Platypus is the only Australian mammal known to be venomous.Endemic to Australia and one of only five egg-laying mammal species in the world, the platypus feeds almost entirely in water and generally at night. Using the touch and electro-receptors on its distinctive bill, it spends several hours foraging along streambeds, consuming approximately 13-28 percent of its body weight in freshwater invertebrates. Females feeding young can consume almost their own body weight of these mostly tiny animals in a single day.

proust73:

incurable: The Platypus is the only Australian mammal known to be venomous.

Endemic to Australia and one of only five egg-laying mammal species in the world, the platypus feeds almost entirely in water and generally at night. Using the touch and electro-receptors on its distinctive bill, it spends several hours foraging along streambeds, consuming approximately 13-28 percent of its body weight in freshwater invertebrates. Females feeding young can consume almost their own body weight of these mostly tiny animals in a single day.

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