My first pokemon game was fire red. I still remember the day I bought it at Target...good times. Which was your first game?

My first pokemon game was fire red. I still remember the day I bought it at Target...good times. Which was your first game?

Pokemon GO has been the most popular game for iOS in its nearly 10 year history.  Pokemon for beginners can be a complicated proposition, so we provided a list of Pokemon in the game organized by type and evolution.  Enjoy Pokemon GO safely and use this list to help discover areas of Pokemon you need and understand their evolution process. #infographics

Pokemon GO has been the most popular game for iOS in its nearly 10 year history. Pokemon for beginners can be a complicated proposition, so we provided a list of Pokemon in the game organized by type and evolution. Enjoy Pokemon GO safely and use this list to help discover areas of Pokemon you need and understand their evolution process. #infographics

Mewtwo just has to be one of my all-time favorite Pokemon in the history of Pokemon

Mewtwo just has to be one of my all-time favorite Pokemon in the history of Pokemon

History of Pokémon - Bulbapedia, the community-driven Pokémon encyclopedia

History of Pokémon - Bulbapedia, the community-driven Pokémon encyclopedia

A Brief History of Pokémon

A Brief History of Pokémon

The History of Pokemon - A Brief History This video was made BEFORE yesterday's announcement of Pokemon Sun & Moon, so they were left out of the video.

History of Pokemon Video Games Infographic

History of Pokemon Video Games [Infographic]

History of Pokemon Video Games Infographic

the saddest moment of my childhood

The saddest moment of my childhood

Turrilitid ammonite replica from the Cretaceous Seas diorama at the American Museum of Natural History, NYC. Members of the Turrilitidae ammonite family lived world-wide during the late Cretaceous period, but, like all ammonites, they went extinct in the same global catastrophe that killed off the dinosaurs 65 million years ago

Turrilitid ammonite replica from the Cretaceous Seas diorama at the American Museum of Natural History, NYC. Members of the Turrilitidae ammonite family lived world-wide during the late Cretaceous period, but, like all ammonites, they went extinct in the same global catastrophe that killed off the dinosaurs 65 million years ago

Pokémon ~~ Yet another perfect example of WHY we love this show so much. You really do NEED to be an adult to appreciate the absurdity of it all. ♥

Pokémon ~~ Yet another perfect example of WHY we love this show so much. You really do NEED to be an adult to appreciate the absurdity of it all. ♥

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