hi there

20 year old faggot that loves Pokemon. looking at this

napobigme:

I cant remeber what tge first show was called but that dog bitch was the shit

Brandi and Mr. Whiskers

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stephk921:

weareallmedie:

scumfolk:

The liquor one killed me

the con artist was the one that got me. I wish I could’ve seen the look on the vet’s face when they figured it out.

Potatoes all around the house.

(Source: vicious-seamonkey)

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Lake Laogai vs. In Harm's Way

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kingoftheniall:

Mariah Carey and 50 Cent are tied for worst first pitch in history

muttluver said: I've heard that DC actually cancelled YJ (the comic, I think) because it was out-selling their other comics. D'you know if there's any truth in that?

christopherjonesart:

Pretty sure that wasn’t the case.

One of the biggest challenges we had in getting sales for the Young Justice comic was that because it was a tie-in for an animated TV show, the powers-that-be at DC insisted that the comic be branded an all-ages title. This was technically an accurate label. Like the show, our comic was meant to be sophisticated and character-driven in a way that made it compelling for older readers while having plenty of action and being free of language and graphic violence or sexual content that would have made it inappropriate for kids. It was literally intended for all ages.

The problem of course is that most people hear “all ages” and assume that means it’s meant for young kids, and most of those people will further assume that the book isn’t for them without ever checking out the actual content for themselves.

Furthermore, “all ages” books get segregated from the rest of the comics DC puts out. This is true in DC’s online solicitations, the listings in the Diamond catalog, and even at most retail locations. Most comic shops didn’t display Young Justice with the other superhero comics, it was over with Archie and Uncle Scrooge. Over and over I’d talk to fans at conventions who were HUGE Young Justice fans and were the kind of comics fans who were at their local shop every Wednesday to pick up the new books when they came out - and it was news to them that there was a tie-in comic for the Young Justice show. They’d never seen that it existed.

What was particularly maddening is that for a while DC had a category of titles featuring Teen Titans and other books featuring younger heroes. They called this category Young Justice, but the Young Justice book wasn’t in that category, it was in the kids section with Looney Toons.

One of the things Greg Weisman and I pitched to DC Comics after Cartoon Network declined to order a third season of the show was to rebrand the comic to make it clear that it was now the continuation of the show - effectively the much-desired Season 3 - and remove the all-ages brand without actually changing the tone or “rating” of the book’s content. DC wasn’t interested, but that’s still the book Greg and I would love to do if DC were ever to decide to try and cash in on the continuing Young Justice fan base.

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doodlecri:

I’m prouder of this than I should be

doodlecri:

I’m prouder of this than I should be

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Enrique Molina (via withoutadjectives)

While I was sleeping, this went viral.

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this answer on yahoo from a retired officer will add on some further insight to this

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thorkizilla:

This is it.  This is the pinnacle of nerdom.  This is the greatest height of nerdery that has ever been reached before.

Peter in Loki’s body on a bus downtown to the real Loki and making an excuse that he’s going to a comic convention.

Never will such levels of pure fucking nerd ever be seen again, it’s just not possible.  This is a beautiful day, I am glad I am alive to experience this, god bless.

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batcii:

smoo told me to draw zutara week stuff so instead i drew some modern au gaang. sorry for my shitty handwriting.

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duragdaddy:

flvcoshvlom:

ellecareyart:

2brwngrls:

simplysupreme:

image

HERE FOR THIS

young.black.educated.confident. i don’t see a thug here. at all.

"I’m better at life than you."

yessssssss woo

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amroyounes:

The Most Creative Business Cards Ever.

  1. Toy Chair Business Card
  2. Miniature Plumber’s Plunger With Contact Information
  3. Seed Packet Business Card
  4. Bike Multi-Tool Business Card
  5. Classic Rock Theme Business Card: This groovy hair salon comb plays a classic rock theme when rubbed by fingernail, using the same principle as a musicbox comb. 
  6. Transformable Cargo Box Business Card
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jackthevulture:

ififfy:

hope-whispers:

wdya:

avatar’s most powerful scenes → the blue spirit

"Do you think we could have been friends too?"

I still don’t understand how this show can have scenes as deep and layered as this, or have stuff like Zuko’s character arc and Sokka’s slow appreciation of how badass women can be, and then be all like “I AM NOT TOPH I AM MELON LOOORRRRD!”

good writing is how

Cuz thats how real life is, too :)

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adventuretimewithlewis:

shvnyyy-e:

zwamboobs:

blazepress:

Filming a rainbow when suddenly.

Sick

what the fuck

The gays are angry

adventuretimewithlewis:

shvnyyy-e:

zwamboobs:

blazepress:

Filming a rainbow when suddenly.

Sick

what the fuck

The gays are angry

Reblogged from: uncourteously via posted by: blazepress
queerestqueerspawn:

gay freedom day parade, san francisco 1978
(photo by rose skytta)

queerestqueerspawn:

gay freedom day parade, san francisco 1978

(photo by rose skytta)

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