natalya-alianovna-romanova:

guys remember that big blue alien that gets lifted by its nostrils by groot in the Klyn?
Guess what.
He’s played by Nathan Fillion.

natalya-alianovna-romanova:

guys remember that big blue alien that gets lifted by its nostrils by groot in the Klyn?

Guess what.

He’s played by Nathan Fillion.

loverofcastle:

Alison Brie, Nathan Fillion Lead Cast for The Black List’s Live Reading of ‘The Seekers of Perpetual Love’ (x)

nathanfilliontweets:

Nathan giving advice Part 2.

nathanfilliontweets:

Nathan giving the best advice Part 1.

the-mind-wasp:

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How can you not love Nathan Fillion?

get to know nathan fillion 
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Anonymous asked: hey mr. hank, in your mcdonald's speech, you forgot to also mention that mcdonald's food also extra chemicals put in their food, making them genetically modified into certain ways that are harmful to the body and also their meat is less than 50% real meat, i forgot the percentage

caro-eliza:

edwardspoonhands:

None of these things are true. You don’t put chemicals into something in order to genetically modify it. Genetic modification happens in laboratories when genes from one organism are inserted into another. We all eat genetically modified crops daily (at least if you live in the US.)

And yes, you might eat some GM wheat if you go to McDonald’s. But also you will likely eat GM wheat if you buy bread at the store or go to any restaurant that serves sandwiches.

McDonald’s beef contains three ingredients, beef, salt, and pepper. I mean, I can’t really believe I’m defending McDonald’s right now. I don’t think they’re, like, /good/. I just don’t understand why people think it’s worse for you than a comparable hamburger from anywhere else.

I think this is a really important note about genetically modified foods. It seems like it’s a very common misconception that genetically modified foods are chemically altered, and therefore harmful to human health. Genetically modified foods are produced from genetically modified organisms (GMOs), which are organisms that have had changes made to their DNA through genetic engineering. There are several reasons for doing this, such as producing crops that are inherently pest and disease resistant, herbicide tolerant, or cold tolerant.* Currently, no meat is genetically engineered.

Critics of GM foods argue that there could be human health risks associated with GM foods, and this is the argument that most frequently makes it into the news. However, there is a general consensus in the scientific community that genetically modified foods are not any more harmful to human health than conventional foods. There are also concerns of possible environmental and economic repercussions of GM foods.


*Some other eventual possibilities for GM foods would be creating foods that include additional nutrients or even pharmaceuticals.

Anonymous asked: hey mr. hank, in your mcdonald's speech, you forgot to also mention that mcdonald's food also extra chemicals put in their food, making them genetically modified into certain ways that are harmful to the body and also their meat is less than 50% real meat, i forgot the percentage

gallantlittlebelgium:

sharkchunks:

geekgirlsmash:

edwardspoonhands:

None of these things are true. You don’t put chemicals into something in order to genetically modify it. Genetic modification happens in laboratories when genes from one organism are inserted into another. We all eat genetically modified crops daily (at least if you live in the US.)

And yes, you might eat some GM wheat if you go to McDonald’s. But also you will likely eat GM wheat if you buy bread at the store or go to any restaurant that serves sandwiches.

McDonald’s beef contains three ingredients, beef, salt, and pepper. I mean, I can’t really believe I’m defending McDonald’s right now. I don’t think they’re, like, /good/. I just don’t understand why people think it’s worse for you than a comparable hamburger from anywhere else.

The answer to the last question is three words: Super Size Me.

Which was crap, it was a giant pile of failed experiments that he kept having to respin to achieve maximum shock vaue (look it doesn’t decompose turned into “look at the mold this is so gross, you wouldn’t want to eat that would you?”). If you pay attention he’s also swilling super size sodas constantly, to bulk up his caloric intake so he got the results he wanted. 

And don’t get me started on the french fry’s don’t get moldy thing. If you set out a small piece of raw potato on the counter uncovered, it will dehydrate before it gets moldy.And people act all surprised when cooked salted potatoes dry out rather than rot. 

Super Size Me was one of the lowest, most pathetic movies ever made. Not only was it an all out lie of a documentary but it was made on the premise that because a thing can be abused, it should cease to exist. Yeah you can become unhealthy if you eat nothing but McDonalds’s largest size for a month. There are some people who do that and get sick. This does not mean they shouldn’t offer large sizes or that anything is wrong with their food.

People can be irresponsible with any kind of food, any kind of anything really. To criticize McDonalds for offering a large sized carton of fries is the lowest form of misplaced blame possible. You might as well blame Hershey for selling big bags of chocolate. Surely someone has pigged out on nothing but chocolate and gotten sick as a result and there they are selling big bags of chocolate bars. I assume Morgan Spurlock has petitioned to ban such sales. Similarly, you can buy salt in 2 pound bags here. This amount of salt can kill a person if ingested in one sitting. How is that not national news?

Or maybe, like McDonalds, you’re not supposed to eat it and nothing but nonstop for a month. What a fucking dipshit. They should use that scumbag to make foie gras.

McDonalds does more philanthropy through their dollar menu in a day than most people do in their lifetimes

nathanourhero:

Love Nathan and Michelle’s friendship!(x)