Dear White People Official Trailer 1 (2014) - Comedy HD
all I see is black people talking about this. white people. go see this movie. you need to see this movie.
Chel. 20. Geologist. Punologist. Cis (she/her/hers). Ace ♤. Merlin. X-Men. Avengers. Cosplay. Star Trek. Homestuck. Game of Thrones. Probably in that order.
birds are so ridiculous how do they even all exist???
i dont even
things that dont make any sense
jesus christ is that a duck
some kind of prehistoric nonsense
holy shit where is your beak even birds, BIRDS
birds are so cool omg
I won’t be happy until birds rule the internet because BIRDS.
So latentspark (inventor extraordinaire) helped me out last week with adding LEDs to my Transistor — soldering and wiring up and adding a SWITCH and everything. :’D :’D :’D I have to be honest though and say that the theme of the night was, “…..wow ok this looks way better than expected.”
- We obtained royal blue and (lighter) blue LEDs, with the idea that the lighter blue ones would illuminate the center, but there wasn’t really a discernible difference in execution
- Even REALLY TINY 1watt LEDs that you need to use a tweezer to manipulate can be eyehurtingly bright.
- The rough-cut edge of the acrylic made it so that the light made a bright outline around the sword, which was tight
- The reflective paint for the lines inside the sword interacted so well with the light being diffused through the plastic?! But unfortunately the back lighting made the “eye” so dark womp womp. Additionally, the really awesome interactions of the reflective paint in general made me think reflective red paint for the eye would have also been the way to go here.
- I was lucky enough to have access to a lithium D cell from latent, and our totally hack method of using plastic canisters for the handle turned out to be REALLY useful after all, especially since it meant the handle could be twisted off and…
|Song: Old Macdonalds had a Pompeii|
|Artist: Nursery Rhymes/Bastille|
|Played: 18,989 times.|
Reblogging because this actually is a thing that should concern more people.
songs to listen to when you’re:
- doing homework
- getting over a relationship
- playing dmmd
- playing sport
- walking down the beach
- watering the garden
- playing with dogs
- crying over your OTP
- browsing websites
- murdering your enemies
- surprise bitch
I’ve been meaning to reblog this post, which I totally endorse, but at the same time I’ve recently been struggling with my anger over a phenomenon that makes me despair about such efforts (working to provide greater visibility for characters who are not white men). I’m talking about the blatant and even explicit dismissal and invisibilizing of female fandom, often to an extent that seems, from an objective viewpoint, irrational and self-sabotaging— i.e. to the point that creators would rather not sell products than sell products to “girls.”
The first time I really became aware of how powerful and nonsensical this could be was in the case of Steven Moffat, who has repeatedly made it clear in interviews and commentaries that he writes for fanboys (“real” fans) and not for fangirls (whom he considers bizarre and laughable). This, in spite of the fact that an informal Popmatters survey of active Sherlock fans found that a staggering 91% were female.
I’ve been thinking about this recently because of two Marvel Comics disasters, one acute and one chronic. The acute one is Rick Remender’s outrageously offensive (and terrible, though that’s beside the point) writing on the current Captain America; the other is the seemingly inexplicable decision on Marvel’s part to release only one limited Winter Soldier series in the months surrounding Captain America: The Winter Soldier— a series that was also written by Rick Remender, unaccountably set in the 1960s, underpromoted, and heavily troubled by production delays.
Do you think every president goes through a awkward first few weeks in office when they’re not sure when’s the right time to ask if aliens are real or not?
Old art re-upload as per request! Finished in 2010.
This is a 10 page comic that was part of “1920" anthology organized by the lovely and talented Orrie. I’m not good with serious stories so I stuck with the more comfortable short format and threw in few random facts I know about the time period…I don’t even know if I’m slightly funny but I’m delighted by the number of historical people I squeezed in there!