Someday I’ll get over the overwhelming need to hesitate whenever I’m going to send Terryl Whitlatch a message.
Talking to her in person? No problem! Cool with that now.
Shooting her an email? Sending her a thank-you sketch? SIS HOLD MY HAND
I tried to start my X today, and I decided to try playing it in Spanish.
The dialogue feels way fancier and more enjoyable to me in Spanish, but all the terms I’d learned in English aren’t translating well (attacks, natures, characteristics,…bag compartments!)
I’m so conflicted over whether to keep going with it or start over, so for the time being I’m just going to keep pretending I don’t have the game yet. At least until Midterms are over…
The dialogue is adorable in Spanish, but the attack names X_x
why the heck is Pound called Destructor?? It’s such a basic attack!
Lets just hold off on playing until we decide what to do…
Iâm trying to remember a sermon I heard against rape, and Iâm coming up blank. Iâve heard sermons about hell in which âdonât you want child molesters to be punished for what they do?â as a way to p…
This is a really great blog.
Very relevant to things that I hear at the clinic when I escort.
I feel stupid.
My color fundamentals class assigned us a celebrity portrait to use for a project, and I got Peter Dinklage. The name didn’t ring any bells for me, so I was just “Ok don’t know who that is, would’ve liked Benedict Cumberbatch, ‘cuz I know who that is, but ok.”
I download the file, I open it, and am greeted by this
So, I feel stupid, but at the same time very happy.
PS. I’m so bad with celebrity names/faces it’s really quite sad.
Great headway has recently been made in determining what makes people good at drawing, and how the skill can be learned.
Speaking of which… I like that this touches on visual memory and shape making.
Can anyone tell what kind of animal skulls these two are? I have a pretty good idea the second one is a fox, but the first one is beyond my imagination. It seems to have no eye sockets, and its teeth were rodent-like, with two big incisors. I found it in a pile of dark brown-gray fur, if that helps any. Thanks!
The second one is not a fox. It’s the wrong shape and much too big. Depending on your location it’s either a coyote or a dog.
The first one looks like it could be a raccoon.
That is definitely not a raccoon.
It is weird as heck, though. I have no idea what it is. The closest thing I’ve found that has a few similar characteristics of that is some kinds of mole skulls.
People’s response to a rapist truck driver trying to take a 16 year old runaway girl
THIS IS SO IMPORTANT YOU GUYS
That woman is my heroine
I want to say thank you all for watching something so important. This can lead to the saving of other boys and girls from being raped and kidnapped. All it takes is one voice to save a life.
Behold the complete and utter awesomeness that is Tradinno, a 51-foot-tall, 11 ton remote-controlled walking dragon robot with a 40 foot wingspan. Aside from scaring the pants off people simply by walking around, Tradinno also breathes fire using liquid gas stored beneath his polyurethane and glass-reinforced skin.
Tradinno’s name is a portmanteau of the words ‘Tradition’ and ‘Innovation’. Since 2010 he’s been part of a centuries-old German festival in the Bavarian town of Furth im Wald.
"Every August for the past 500 years, German festival goers come to the Bavarian forest to see a performance of the traditional folk play Drachenstich, or “Slaying of the Dragon.”
Speaking of dragon-slaying, in addition to fuel for his fiery breath, Tradinno’s body also holds 21 gallons of fake blood.”
"Tradinno isn’t the first giant dragon to grace the Drachenstich stage, but he is the first to be completely radio-controlled — prior festivals had a mechanical frame that was powered from the inside by 4 different people.”
Guinness World Records recently declared Tradinno the World’s Largest Walking Robot.