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Aug 29

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galaxa13:

I really like how varied Hussie’s art is. I mean, you can see it in all the different comics he’s done, but let’s just take a look at how he draws the same character.

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I mean, isn’t that just cool?

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Same guy drawing it.

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It’s not even like a progression as his art improves. It’s just different styles he can do at any time.

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Aug 28

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I’m watching an episode of Star Trek: TOS and Kirk’s computer has developed a personality and keeps calling him “dear” in this sickly-sweet tone of voice.

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Aug 27

Aug 26

10 Books Meme -

chibifoxai:

Rules: In a text post, list ten books that have stayed with you in some way. Don’t take but a few minutes, and don’t think too hard—they don’t have to be the “right” or “great” works, just the ones that have touched you. Tag [ten] friends, including me, so I’ll see your list. Make sure you let your friends know you’ve tagged them.

I was tagged by threelittlemonkeybutts so here y’all go. Bonus! You get to find out why the book is on the list.

  1. John - we hear the first few verses in church every Sunday and so the “staying with” is quite literal.
  2. Beric the Briton by G.A. Henty - guerrilla warfare in Roman Britain, v. exciting.
  3. Freckles by Gene Stratton-Porter - I’m afraid to re-read this but I loved it a lot and I don’t know why.
  4. Howl’s Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones - matter-of-fact fantasy, I love it.
  5. Eifelheim by Michael Flynn - theology + science fiction + historical fiction; basically if fusion saeguk were a medieval German thing….
  6. Busman’s Honeymoon by Dorothy L. Sayers - I limited myself to one book per author and it was between this and Gaudy Night. I changed which one it was twice before I settled on this one.
  7. Island of the Blue Dolphins by Scott O’Dell - I must have re-read this a dozen times in the year after I first read it, and for a while all the stories I made up in my head were about girls stranded on islands.
  8. The Swiss Family Robinson by Johann David Wyss - I liked a lot of stranded-on-island-survival stories, come to think of it.
  9. Kagerou by Luka Delaney - since I’m an artist there has to be one graphic novel on here and this one is it.
  10. Forge of Dawn by Jesse Hajicek - because of kind Sister Magda and straightforward Sergeant Jennet Tanner. This is the last on the list but the first that came to mind, possibly because I read it recently and possibly because I really like Jennet Tanner.

Tagging: allybot, cigarettesandouterspacecomic, connanro-chan, cutesalute, darthgryffindor, dream-mancer, goat13, wobblyasparaguslegs, yankeetea, AND merrilyspinning because you need to understand the pain of being tagged for the same thing by two different people on two different websites on the same day.

(via threelittlemonkeybutts)

importantbirds:


this frien come join when we are the WIME and DINE! sorry about windor frien i have saved a breads for you

"oh sorry donut wants a breads can please ask YOU out upon DATES?  Here I have can wear Tuxedo and Hatte so donot worry am PROFESSIONAL at waear clothe of human"

importantbirds:

this frien come join when we are the WIME and DINE! sorry about windor frien i have saved a breads for you

"oh sorry donut wants a breads can please ask YOU out upon DATES?  Here I have can wear Tuxedo and Hatte so donot worry am PROFESSIONAL at waear clothe of human"

(Source: clockworkmoth, via jumpingjacktrash)

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goat13:

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goat13:

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Aug 25

Keep up to-date on the events in Ferguson -

catbuttcat:

And in the nature of keeping everyone in the loop, please reblog this link if you’re going to spread word about it. It’s just a list, impartial, a great way to know everything from start to current events.