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I like cartoons, comics, and games. I like civil rights. I am a scientist. I control disease. I am an American citizen. I am not white. I am not straight. | | I run striderlalondeproblems. | | current assignment: home ||

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jacquereleton:

jacquereleton:

This guy tweeted a death threat to Gabe Newell because his game was miscategorised on Steam and now his game isn’t on Steam at all and presumably never will be again

it’s a shame more of the people who’ve been tweeting death threats in the past few months because they were mad about video games weren’t doing it to people directly capable of cutting off their income in response..

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myutsuu:

'you're too old for pokemon'

I believe we are called VETERAN TRAINERS, THANK YOU

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1212m:

Pokémon Leagues

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angloom:

Gloom

angloom:

Gloom

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5,528 plays
Hyrule Warriors Original Soundtrack

a mix of both versions of silent guardians because one didn’t have enough of the chanting and the other had too much of it

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magnezone:

1ultima:

This guy is a fucking god

guess i have to return my game and apologize to my parents for letting them down 

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qwantzfeed:

look at raphael’s “School of Athens”!  It’s like COOL-PERSPECTIVE BUILDING, COOL-PERSPECTIVE BUILDING, COOL-PERSPECTIVE BUILDING, SOME PHILOSOPHERS I GUESS, COOL-PERSPECTIVE STAIRS, AND JUST TO FINISH OFF, A FRIGGIN’ TWO-POINT PERSPECTIVE CUBE ON A COOL-PERSPECTIVE TILE FLOOR

comics! merchandise! patronage!

uovoc:

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1) The kids LIKE each other. No matter how much they get on each other’s nerves, this never changes.

2) Mabel’s not stupid. She’s a ham! There’s a big difference. Mabel’s love of goofing off is a natural force of her personality, but she can still understand when people she cares about need help or are in danger. Don’t just make her a catchphrase machine. She really cares about the people around her. (Secret: Mabel’s secretly jealous that her brothers better academically than she is)

3) Dipper’s smart but he’s not a “WALKING CALCULATOR” There’s a lot of kids shows featuring a character who is “the brains.” You know the guy. Thick glasses, nasal voice, often starts every sentence with “According to my calculations!! SNORT!” Pretty much every kids show stereotype can be traced back to the BK Kids club. This one would be IQ:

http://i.imgur.com/RAhYsI7.jpg

The point is, Dipper is better academically than Mabel, but he’s also able to laugh at himself. He’s a real kid. He has insecurities. He has things that he loves. I try not to pigeonhole these characters into “ONE TYPE” They lose their humanity if you do that. (Secret: Dipper’s secretly jealous that Mabel’s better socially than he is)

4) They’ve known each other forever. They should occasionally finish each other sentences, they should recognize when one of them is about to do something they always do, they should reference past inside jokes, they should get instantly angry at each other and then instantly make up, the way people who’ve known each other forever do.

5) They get more close in unfamiliar situations (because they need each other) and less close in familiar situations (because they dont as much) The entire summer is an unfamiliar situation, and its helping them bond.

6) Dipper wants to grow up too fast. Mabel doesn’t.

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elinj:

Day 3.

For more art and inktober, follow me on facebook! 
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yummytomatoes:

i drew poms to calm down
it helped

In Truth: Red, White & Black, three hundred Black soldiers are the subject of experiments with the Serum. Most of them die in the experimentation or soon after, and the ones who remain are hulking, muscular figures whose individual faces are their only remaining distinguishing feature. These survivors are sent on secret missions in Europe to disrupt Germany’s program to develop their own super soldiers. They cut a bloody, costly path across the continent, while monsoons keep Steve Rogers (who was to lead their unit) trapped in the Pacific Theater. They die as victims of battles, mishaps, and their own infighting until there is only one left: the Black Captain America, Isaiah Bradley.

And he is a hero. Isaiah Bradley is sent on a suicide mission, wherein he cracks skulls and set explosives in a Nazi laboratory with such brutal efficiency that the Nazis believe that they are being aerially bombarded. His capture comes after an attempt to rescue camp internees goes wrong and he is trapped inside a gas chamber. He is brought before Hitler and Goebbels and faces a plan to castrate him and send him back to the Allies in pieces. He performs these deeds of derring-do, and rebuffs the Führer himself, all in the name of family and country—a country that betrayed and exploited him. This is the story behind Truth: African-American soldiers have fought and distinguished themselves in every war our nation has fought, through exploitation and betrayal. Broken trust is the backdrop of all seven issues.