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windy-castle:

when im sad drawing cute things picks me up a lil bit. im having a style crisis right now haha
anyway adeleine from kirby 64 was so cute!!

windy-castle:

when im sad drawing cute things picks me up a lil bit. im having a style crisis right now haha

anyway adeleine from kirby 64 was so cute!!

Since 1999, student debt has increased more than 500 percent, yet the average starting salary for graduates has dropped 10 percent, adjusted for inflation. Student debts can’t be cancelled in bankruptcy. A default brings penalties and ruins a credit rating. To make matters worse, the job market for new graduates remains lousy. Which is why record numbers are still living at home.

theyoungturks:

Lawyers for two Guantanamo Bay detainees cited the Hobby Lobby decision to argue for their clients’ rights to perform prayers during Ramadan. However, federal courts have argued that the detainees didn’t qualify as persons under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act. Wow.

(Source: tytnetwork)

whimsycatcher:

SKINNY LUKE
Hello… So I saw MOJO on the 20th of January! I was writing a lengthy, swooning review but then switched to creating more fanart of Colin Morgan’s character to share with you all instead. I loved the “toffee apples” scene along with the sight of him in a wife-beater, so I ended up drawing this! Let me just say that I don’t regret how much I spent to travel all the way from Canada, and to get awesome seats - but oh, how I wish I had a photographic memory! Well, I doubt I’ll be finishing my review, but if anyone has any questions about the performance I saw then please shoot away! (My Art Tag)

whimsycatcher:

SKINNY LUKE

Hello… So I saw MOJO on the 20th of January! I was writing a lengthy, swooning review but then switched to creating more fanart of Colin Morgan’s character to share with you all instead. I loved the “toffee apples” scene along with the sight of him in a wife-beater, so I ended up drawing this! Let me just say that I don’t regret how much I spent to travel all the way from Canada, and to get awesome seats - but oh, how I wish I had a photographic memory! Well, I doubt I’ll be finishing my review, but if anyone has any questions about the performance I saw then please shoot away! (My Art Tag)

Hey guys! I got an instagram :)

I’m not exactly sure how I’ll be using it yet, but there’s definitely gonna be some sketches (probably not fanart though) and maybe some random photos, if anyone’s interested!

And more. I think of people complaining about prisoners who get free cable TV and exercise rooms and Internet and a law library. Three hots and a cot is the expression. None of those things applies to this place.

If I was allowed to bring my checkbook in—which I’m not—and used the sitting time to balance my checkbook, this is what would factor in:

$20 a week for the money order so he can buy extra food, vitamins, pay for a health checkup, get stamps, a pencil and an envelope, buy a warm sweatshirt. Prison prices are exorbitant. He confessed last week he spent a dollar on a small candy bar. He sounded apologetic.

$50 a month for books, ordered through Amazon only, five books of less than 1,000 pages, paperback only, so it can’t be used as a weapon. Nothing lewd or inappropriate. The prison has no library. Having a book to lend out is a good thing, I gather.

$25 increments to a telephone service so he can make collect call to us. Each nine-minute call costs about $5. If we’re not home and the answering machine picks up, there’s still a charge. When we leave home, we have had to disable the machine and voice mail.

I hear some states are starting to charge families for visit. $15 per person for the privilege of seeing your loved one for an hour behind a Plexiglas partition. That hasn’t happened here, yet. Give ‘em a chance.

RE: to a post saying Tony in Avengers 2 is OOC

im-the-asshole-that:

krusca:

This is a reaction post to this I don’t claim to say Joss Whedon is a godsend, that man has written problematic things. But I don’t see tony building an army of peacekeeping robots as OOC.

I’m going off what prtib said about tony and who he is as a character: "Tony Stark would think Tony Stark is the only person who could pull it off, and why not finish up privatizing world peace? I’m just saying: there’s room."

THANK YOU. First off, I feel everyone is seriously blowing the whole “MCU Tony: anti establishment renegade underdog to the big powers that be ” really out of proportion here, and second off people keep forgetting how arrogant tony is.

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[loud screaming from the rooftops] BELIEVE IT

People claim tony would be so against “big brother” ideas and yeah he would be”

WOULD HE THOUGH? I mean, didn’t he help with Project Insight? Those were Stark engines, the only thing up for debate really was whether he knew what his tech would be used for, and he doesn’t seem like he just throws that shit around without knowing where it’s going.

Also, the basic plot of Avengers 2 seems kind of similar to CATWS…. I mean, huge fancy tech project with the goal of automating and privatizing world peace goes wrong WHAT A SHOCK and then the heroes have to prevent it from killing everyone.

Although I hear Hawkeye gets a bigger part in the movie? Which is cool, because so far he doesn’t really have a personality in MCU but the comic exerpts I’ve seen make him seen pretttty awesome.

P.S. what’s that comic where he has a dog? And it’s sort of a rougher/stylized drawing style (not like the the typical comic style with lots of slick shading and bulging muscles) and there’s a lot of purple and also Kate Bishop is in it? Basically I really want to read that one. AND THE BLACK WIDOW ONE THAT ALSO HAS A BEAUTIFUL DRAWING STYLE - you guys know the one I mean? It’s also not typical comic style, it’s more like a painted style and it’s just luminous - idk how to describe it but everything just GLOWS and it’s beautiful and I hear it’s really good but wtf is it called and where can I get it??? (ok this has gone way off-track, time to stop)

"I was going to draw things tonight but then I drank alcohol so now my hand-eye coordination is shot so I’m going to bed instead"

-i.e. why there aren’t any new fan arts on here… I’m so surprised no one has unfollowed me yet, you guys are the best T_T

thebicker:

About a third of the passengers killed on the Malaysian flight that was shot down yesterday were on their way to an international AIDS conference. They were scientists, researchers and activists, some of whom have already changed and saved thousands of lives with their work.
Bryan Fischer - the head of the American Family Association - is mad that Barack Obama acknowledged that. Here’s what Obama said (which, no, YOU’RE tearing up reading it!)

Let me close by making one additional comment. On board Malaysian Airlines Flight MH-17 there were apparently near 100 researchers and advocates traveling to an international conference in Australia dedicated to combating AIDS/HIV. These were men and women who had dedicated their own lives to saving the lives of others, and they were taken from us in a senseless act of violence.
In this world today we shouldn’t forget that in the midst of conflict and killing, there are people like these, people who are focused on what can be built rather than what can be destroyed, people who are focused on how they can help people that they’ve never met, people that define themselves not by what makes them different from other people but by the humanity that we hold in common. It’s important for us to lift them up and to affirm their lives. And it’s time for us to heed their example.
The United States of America is going to continue to stand for the basic principle that people have the right to live as they choose, that nations have the right to determine their own destiny, and that when terrible events like this occur, the international community stands on the side of justice and on the side of truth.

Wonkette did a roundup of some of the medical advancements the people on that plane helped create, including antiretrovirals to reduce mother-child spread of HIV/AIDS and access to treatment in developing nations. And of course, they’ve affected the lives of millions of gay men who have contracted the disease. Who are just as worthy of medical care as anyone else. Who were ignored by Reagan when the HIV outbreak first happened, which actually made the disease spread farther and faster before anyone knew how it was transmitted. Who are motherfucking human beings, much to the dismay of the American Family Association.
Obviously we all knew the AFA was a piece of shit. In case you were wondering - since it’s been a while since we heard from them, what with same-sex marriage getting legalized in a new state every week or so - in case you were wondering whether they were still homophobic pieces of shit, yes, yes they are.

thebicker:

About a third of the passengers killed on the Malaysian flight that was shot down yesterday were on their way to an international AIDS conference. They were scientists, researchers and activists, some of whom have already changed and saved thousands of lives with their work.

Bryan Fischer - the head of the American Family Association - is mad that Barack Obama acknowledged that. Here’s what Obama said (which, no, YOU’RE tearing up reading it!)

Let me close by making one additional comment. On board Malaysian Airlines Flight MH-17 there were apparently near 100 researchers and advocates traveling to an international conference in Australia dedicated to combating AIDS/HIV. These were men and women who had dedicated their own lives to saving the lives of others, and they were taken from us in a senseless act of violence.

In this world today we shouldn’t forget that in the midst of conflict and killing, there are people like these, people who are focused on what can be built rather than what can be destroyed, people who are focused on how they can help people that they’ve never met, people that define themselves not by what makes them different from other people but by the humanity that we hold in common. It’s important for us to lift them up and to affirm their lives. And it’s time for us to heed their example.

The United States of America is going to continue to stand for the basic principle that people have the right to live as they choose, that nations have the right to determine their own destiny, and that when terrible events like this occur, the international community stands on the side of justice and on the side of truth.

Wonkette did a roundup of some of the medical advancements the people on that plane helped create, including antiretrovirals to reduce mother-child spread of HIV/AIDS and access to treatment in developing nations. And of course, they’ve affected the lives of millions of gay men who have contracted the disease. Who are just as worthy of medical care as anyone else. Who were ignored by Reagan when the HIV outbreak first happened, which actually made the disease spread farther and faster before anyone knew how it was transmitted. Who are motherfucking human beings, much to the dismay of the American Family Association.

Obviously we all knew the AFA was a piece of shit. In case you were wondering - since it’s been a while since we heard from them, what with same-sex marriage getting legalized in a new state every week or so - in case you were wondering whether they were still homophobic pieces of shit, yes, yes they are.

wetheurban:

ART: Digital Artefacts by Bart Hess

A body plunges into the liquid; a crust of wax crystallizes around its curves and folds, growing architectural forms, layer by layer.

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