Less Drama, More Mareep



1st pictures of next Studio Ghibli film Omoide no Marnie, directed by Hiromasa Yonebayashi (Arietty).


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Time to take it over, look how far we've come.

a little late to the party, but here’s my contribution to 4/13. happy 5th birthday, homestuck. (╯ ◡ ╰ ˇ)

[watch the lining process video here!]

[please full-view!]

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D—> Get up and fight me, clown

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Moon flowers, yes? My grandmother loved these, we have them planted in our garden :)


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meh its technically 4/13 someplace, i can post this

happy homestuck day everyone u_u

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A little wedding gift for the lovely, ever-so-happy couple Chelsea and Alexis. May your life ahead be filled with everlasting joy and blessing.

And for my creative followers here, you might want to stalk their blogs because Chelsea crafts stuffs and write scripts for Alexis’ webcomic. You’ll be amazed by how productive they are.

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missed ya, windy kid.

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A few months ago I was playing World of Warcraft — as is my wont — and was mindlessly listing gemstones in the auction house. Though I usually try to ignore the in-game chat channels, I couldn’t help but notice one shaman asking for help with his gear. Now, if you’ve ever been on the internet before, you may know that asking even reasonable questions to a group of anonymous people will likely result in some or all of the following: insults, incorrect answers, deliberately false answers, and more insults. The shaman was asking what sort of gear he needed to play his character with a particular specialization (shaman can be either healers or they can deal damage via melee attacks or spellcasting). His questions weren’t being answered and people were mocking his spelling. The shaman apologized, saying he was a 79 year old man and didn’t type very well. The people in the chat channel then mocked him for this.

I looked up the shaman’s gear and found he was wearing a hodgepodge of items that weren’t itemized very well for his intended role (a melee damage-dealer). I bought him several pieces of gear off the auction house and mailed it to his character along with a note with a few tips. I also told him if he ever had any questions, he could ask me at any time.

I got an in-game mail back from him later that day. He said that it’s hard for him to play this game since the younger players don’t have patience for him. He never learned to type in school and his reflexes were slower. “I went through Korea and Vietnam and they were good enough then to keep me alive,” he wrote. He thanked me for helping him and for changing his mind about his fellow players.

Now, whenever I get frustrated with a player who isn’t playing well, I just imagine that the character is being played by my own Korean war veteran grandfather, who will be 83 this summer. I keep checking back on my little shaman friend. He only has two more levels before he hits the level-cap. I think I’ll buy him a present for when he does.

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Quinta da Aveleda, Portugal. From Alicornio and Karl Gercens.

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while re-sizing pics continues to be an ordeal,

nep is someone who can rock taped fists w/ a kitty-cat hat

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