THERES A GIRL IN MY CLASS THAT WORKS FOR DISNEY AND SHE SAID THAT THE SHOP OWNER IN FROZEN IS GAY HIS HUSBAND IS IN THE SAUNA WITH HIS KIDS APPARENTLY HES THE FIRST OPENLY GAY DISNEY CHARACTER AND NO ONE NOTICED
I’m fine with this. If it means said place is complying with the ACA instead of trying to get around it by kicking their employees on to the exchanges via cutting hours to part-time, great. Here’s two dimes.
Twenty cents for a bill of over $20. So that employees get health insurance. This is a fucking ADVERTISEMENT for Obamacare.
"Grayson, why are you so needy?”
I feel like Damian would learn some really effective (and hurtful) ways of derailing Dick mid-conversation.
From the livestream tonight. varevare requested Damian in a suit lmao.
THANKS FOR COMING GUys.
The Cosmos Bed by Natalia Rumyantseva
A high-tech bed that brings the starry night sky indoors.
Red Hood and the Outlaws, by moffwhite
Yep, Dick’s dream come true all right.
It’s the league of Dick’s sexy ginger ex’s, let’s not even front.
I bet Momoi gets harassed a lot. And Aomine always manages to be there at the right moment. And once he’s chased all the shitlord guys away he never reprimands her for her appearance or her attitude. Because he knows that its not her fault, and he’s always so angry at guys who treat her that way. And always so angry they make her cry and feel threatened.
protective!Aomine is a thing that I loveeeeeeee
This is like my first comic I’ve ever done wow these two are sO IMPORTANT
My mom told me it was rude to spread my legs in order to get this dude sitting next to me to move his fucking knees out of my space (when I was pressing my legs together and angled in the opposite direction initially to avoid touching him), and I explained to her how the concept of masculinity teaches people to be big and spread yourself out while women are forced to fold inside themselves and make themselves small to overcompensate for the fact that dudes sit like whores.
And she immediately fired back with “not all men are like that” and I tried to explain to her how problematic that statement is and why I play “sidewalk chicken” with dudes (not automatically swerving for all of them as they barrel through everyone rudely)
and she just looked at me with acute concern and was like “Are you becoming a man-hater?”
Because attempting to animate in the purgatory that is a midway between Sai and Photoshop is akin to sawing off your dick with a nail file, I got around to this last week.
The goal is to allow for viewing of wip animations being made in Sai without having to load the project…
Day 1133 - 14 January 2014
I was talking to someone recently about how google keeps track of your searches and
Gaga giving Stephanie a lesson on “aiming where it hurts.”
[Batman Incorporated: Leviathan Strikes]
Yep! She’s based on animator/director Victor Cook's daughter, Hanah, who's half Korean and half white. She has naturally blonde hair and grey eyes.
Quote from Greg Weisman:
Victor Cook’s daughter is naturally blonde, though she’s one-half Korean on BOTH parents’ side, making her one-half Asian total. She, in part, served as one of our inspirations for Artemis.
Parody PSA of The Day: Millennials Apologize for Sucking So Bad
This sarcastic PSA video brought to you by Can Opener Studio offers a series of apologetic messages from the Millennial Generation for being unemployed, crippled by student loan debt and texting too much in an economy void of the manufacturing jobs that were once readily available for the baby boomers and their parents’ generation.
mmm, delicious open resentment
I love it, but tbh I think a lot of baby boomers wouldn’t get the sarcasm and would think this is sincere, their heads are do far up their asses
where is your god now perchu
Bioengineers look beyond patents
Synthetic-biology company pushes open-source models.
When DNA2.0, a company that synthesizes made-to-order genes, needed to conduct a few routine experiments using a fluorescent protein, its lawyers dug up more than 1,000 US patents covering their use. DNA2.0 decided to avoid the legal thicket by engineering several dozen fluorescent proteins from scratch. But the company, based in Menlo Park, California, was convinced that something had to change.
Last month, DNA2.0 deposited gene sequences encoding three of its fluorescent proteins into an open-access collection of recipes for DNA ‘parts’, molecular building blocks used to engineer organisms — often bacteria — to carry out specific functions. The company vows not to pursue its patent rights against anyone using the sequences. (via Bioengineers look beyond patents : Nature News & Comment)