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memphs:

Shiny Kalos Giveaway!

I know the smaller giveaway was the more popular idea, but I also wanted to get as many prizes to as many people as possible, so I’m doing both! This will be the big one and the smaller one will be posted after this one ends! 

There are around 50 Pokemon in this giveaway!

Prizes!

Furfrou - 3

Skiddo - 2

Espurr - 2

Dedenne - 2

Fletchling - 2

Scatterbug - 5

Sylveon - 1

Tyrunt - 2

Amaura - 1

Honedge - 5

Helioptile - 2

Hawlucha - 3

Phantump - 2

Pumpkaboo - 1

Noibat - 1

Skrelp - 1

Bunnelby - 1

Litleo - 1

Flabebe - 5

Clawitzer - 2

Goomy - 2

Bergmite - 2

All Pokemon have at least 1 IV! Most have 3-5 IVs!

Every one is nicknamable, except one of the Furfrou’s. 

All Pokemon were bred or caught by me, except the mentioned Furfrou.

Here is a link to a doc with all the info on the Pokemon, including natures/abilities/IVs - LINK

Rules!

One reblog = one entry! Likes do not count as entries!

Only one entry per person! No spamming to get more entries! Reblogging more than once will NOT get you disqualified, but it won’t get you any more entries, either.

Pokemon must be recieved on either Pokemon X or Pokemon Y.

You must have you ask box open so that I can message you!

You must respond to the first message within 24 hours or you will be disqualified and will NOT recieve your prize!

Winners!

Winners will get ONE Pokemon as their prize! This is to spread out the prizes to a larger group so more people win.

You do not get to choose the Pokemon you win. They have all been assigned indiviual numbers (I.E. both Goomy’s have different numbers) and when the winners are chosen one of the Pokemon’s numbers will also be chosen.

This is to make a large giveaway easier on everyone - people that have already responded won’t have to wait 24 hours for the others to respond when they are already ready.

I will let you know what Pokemon you will be recieving in my first message. If you don’t want that particular one, you can decline and I’ll draw another name, or you can take it anyway and maybe trade it or something, what ever you want to do with it.

If you decline the Pokemon you won, you WILL NOT recieve another!

If you win a Pokemon like Pumpkaboo that evolves with trade and DO NOT want it to evolve when you recieve it let me know and I’ll give it an Everstone.

Please read the whole post, there is important info above! 

Giveaway ends April 13th at 7PM Pacific time! Winners will be chosen then and messages sent out!

Sorry for the horrible quality photos, I swear I didn’t take them on a potato.

fishingboatproceeds
fishingboatproceeds:

earthisalie:

carlboygenius:

Correcting Internet DisInformation: The American Space Pen / The Russian Pencil

thank you for this.

And then from his initial investment of >$1,000,000, the Fisher Pen Co. was able to make a lot of money and grow the overall size of the U.S. economy and create lots of jobs.
So essentially a story that is supposed to be about government inefficiency turns out to be a story about how the U.S. government worked with a private company to make space travel safer while also stimulating economic growth.
The moral of the story is not that the Soviet Union was more efficient. The moral of the story is that by failing to allow private investment in innovation, the Soviet Union was doomed.
Incidentally, Paul Fisher, who invented the Fisher space pen, was a fascinating guy. He had this plan to eliminate income and property taxes with a progressive asset tax and even ran for President. And the Fisher Space Pen Co. is still a going concern, still employing people, and still generating a return on Fisher’s million-dollar investment.

fishingboatproceeds:

earthisalie:

carlboygenius:

Correcting Internet DisInformation: The American Space Pen / The Russian Pencil

thank you for this.

And then from his initial investment of >$1,000,000, the Fisher Pen Co. was able to make a lot of money and grow the overall size of the U.S. economy and create lots of jobs.

So essentially a story that is supposed to be about government inefficiency turns out to be a story about how the U.S. government worked with a private company to make space travel safer while also stimulating economic growth.

The moral of the story is not that the Soviet Union was more efficient. The moral of the story is that by failing to allow private investment in innovation, the Soviet Union was doomed.

Incidentally, Paul Fisher, who invented the Fisher space pen, was a fascinating guy. He had this plan to eliminate income and property taxes with a progressive asset tax and even ran for President. And the Fisher Space Pen Co. is still a going concern, still employing people, and still generating a return on Fisher’s million-dollar investment.

thefreshprinceofinaba

shota-boy-tell-em:

quidditchcapricious:

jessiepinkman:

HE BREAKS THE FUCKING SOUND BARRIER 

THE EARTH QUAKES

THAT’S SOME DBZ SHIT