abraham-shipwreck:

Casual fridays arent allowed in the office after last weeks ‘incident’
abraham-shipwreck:

Casual fridays arent allowed in the office after last weeks ‘incident’
abraham-shipwreck:

Casual fridays arent allowed in the office after last weeks ‘incident’
abraham-shipwreck:

Casual fridays arent allowed in the office after last weeks ‘incident’
abraham-shipwreck:

Casual fridays arent allowed in the office after last weeks ‘incident’
abraham-shipwreck:

Casual fridays arent allowed in the office after last weeks ‘incident’

abraham-shipwreck:

Casual fridays arent allowed in the office after last weeks ‘incident’

tally-art:

chrisroberson:

pizza-party:

owlturdcomix:

We go forward.
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Pretty crazy to see how a generation that grew up on side scrollers can find new metaphors for life within the weird rules of old school games. 

Nicely done.



I love this tally-art:

chrisroberson:

pizza-party:

owlturdcomix:

We go forward.
image
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Pretty crazy to see how a generation that grew up on side scrollers can find new metaphors for life within the weird rules of old school games. 

Nicely done.



I love this tally-art:

chrisroberson:

pizza-party:

owlturdcomix:

We go forward.
image
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Pretty crazy to see how a generation that grew up on side scrollers can find new metaphors for life within the weird rules of old school games. 

Nicely done.



I love this tally-art:

chrisroberson:

pizza-party:

owlturdcomix:

We go forward.
image
twitter | facebook

Pretty crazy to see how a generation that grew up on side scrollers can find new metaphors for life within the weird rules of old school games. 

Nicely done.



I love this tally-art:

chrisroberson:

pizza-party:

owlturdcomix:

We go forward.
image
twitter | facebook

Pretty crazy to see how a generation that grew up on side scrollers can find new metaphors for life within the weird rules of old school games. 

Nicely done.



I love this tally-art:

chrisroberson:

pizza-party:

owlturdcomix:

We go forward.
image
twitter | facebook

Pretty crazy to see how a generation that grew up on side scrollers can find new metaphors for life within the weird rules of old school games. 

Nicely done.



I love this tally-art:

chrisroberson:

pizza-party:

owlturdcomix:

We go forward.
image
twitter | facebook

Pretty crazy to see how a generation that grew up on side scrollers can find new metaphors for life within the weird rules of old school games. 

Nicely done.



I love this tally-art:

chrisroberson:

pizza-party:

owlturdcomix:

We go forward.
image
twitter | facebook

Pretty crazy to see how a generation that grew up on side scrollers can find new metaphors for life within the weird rules of old school games. 

Nicely done.



I love this tally-art:

chrisroberson:

pizza-party:

owlturdcomix:

We go forward.
image
twitter | facebook

Pretty crazy to see how a generation that grew up on side scrollers can find new metaphors for life within the weird rules of old school games. 

Nicely done.



I love this tally-art:

chrisroberson:

pizza-party:

owlturdcomix:

We go forward.
image
twitter | facebook

Pretty crazy to see how a generation that grew up on side scrollers can find new metaphors for life within the weird rules of old school games. 

Nicely done.



I love this

tally-art:

chrisroberson:

pizza-party:

owlturdcomix:

We go forward.

image

twitter | facebook

Pretty crazy to see how a generation that grew up on side scrollers can find new metaphors for life within the weird rules of old school games. 

Nicely done.

I love this

If the World Began Again, Would Life as We Know It Exist? - Issue 14: Mutation - Nautilus

If the World Began Again, Would Life as We Know It Exist? – Issue 14: Mutation – Nautilus

This is another fascinating science article I had to share. If you could rewind the tape of time, would the creatures of Earth evolve in the exact same way?

If you could replay the “tape of life” would evolution repeat itself? In the salamanders, it appears it has: In other organisms, it may not have.

via If the World Began Again, Would Life as We Know It Exist? – Issue 14: Mutation – Nautilus.

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The Fermi Paradox - Wait But Why

The Fermi Paradox – Wait But Why

A very interesting article about just how small we really are, us Earthlings.

Moving back to just our galaxy, and doing the same math on the lowest estimate for stars in the Milky Way 100 billion, we’d estimate that there are 1 billion Earth-like planets and 100,000 intelligent civilizations in our galaxy.[1]SETI Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence is an organization dedicated to listening…

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Cory is the best and his book is the best.

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Glenn Greenwald’s long-awaited No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S. Surveillance State is more than a summary of the Snowden leaks: it’s a compelling narrative that puts the most explosive revelations about official criminality into vital context.

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Will be reading this one

We have had 20 years of mass murderers throughout which I have repeatedly told CNN and our other media, if you don’t want to propogate more mass murders:

DON’T start the story with sirens blaring.

DON’T have photographs of the killer.

DON’T make this 24/7 coverage.

Do everything you can NOT to make the body count the lead story, NOT to make the killer some kind of anti-hero.

DO localize this story to the affected community and make it as boring as possible in every other market.

Because every time we have intense saturation coverage of a mass murder, we expect to see one or two more within a week.

Dr. Park Dietz, Forensic Psychiatrist. (x)

The video with this quote was going around when the Aurora shooting occurred. I just wanted to throw up some numbers, though be aware that math is not my strong suit.

According to Wikipedia, there have been 52 mass murders in 2012. This includes shootings, bombings, arsons, etc. If we add the Texas A&M shooting, which currently doesn’t have a Wikipedia page, that’s 53.

There are about 52 weeks in a year. We’re only about 32 weeks into 2012.

So that’s roughly 1.6 mass murders per week this year. So far.

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A perfect comic strip.

The Problem With The Big Bang Theory…

butmyopinionisright:

I’ve been meaning to post something about The Big Bang Theory for a while now but it’s taken me ‘till now to really understand what it is about the show that makes me uncomfortable. I’m not exactly a believer in the whole “only write about the things you like, don’t trash the things you don’t” trend which seems to be plaguing comments sections in negative articles lately, but I wanted to be able to really examine why I don’t like TBBT rather than just slagging it off. My main questions being - Why don’t I like this anymore? Why do I feel uncomfortable watching it? And why do I get so annoyed when I see people sing its praises online? The thing which really sparked this post was seeing a raft of comments on Facebook, below the last round of voting in Television Without Pity’s Tubey Awards, claiming The Big Bang Theory to be “the best comedy on TV”. This made me angry so instead of posting an impulsive comment calling out their bad taste which I’d probably regret later, I decided to really analyse why seeing comments like that made me so mad when previously, although I didn’t really love the show, I’d never considered myself as disliking The Big Bang Theory.

Hell, I even have season one on dvd, it’s sitting right between Battlestar Galactica and Bored To Death in my alphabetised collection.

And here, I think, is where my problem with The Big Bang Theory lies…

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As I’ve gotten into the show Community this blog post makes more and more sense to me.

gameraboy:

These are from the 1930 Mickey Mouse newspaper comics by Floyd Gottfredson.

Mickey used to have more of an edge, and I like that. gameraboy:

These are from the 1930 Mickey Mouse newspaper comics by Floyd Gottfredson.

Mickey used to have more of an edge, and I like that. gameraboy:

These are from the 1930 Mickey Mouse newspaper comics by Floyd Gottfredson.

Mickey used to have more of an edge, and I like that. gameraboy:

These are from the 1930 Mickey Mouse newspaper comics by Floyd Gottfredson.

Mickey used to have more of an edge, and I like that. gameraboy:

These are from the 1930 Mickey Mouse newspaper comics by Floyd Gottfredson.

Mickey used to have more of an edge, and I like that. gameraboy:

These are from the 1930 Mickey Mouse newspaper comics by Floyd Gottfredson.

Mickey used to have more of an edge, and I like that.

gameraboy:

These are from the 1930 Mickey Mouse newspaper comics by Floyd Gottfredson.

Mickey used to have more of an edge, and I like that.

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I remember the memos from 20th Century Fox, ‘Can you put a pair of lederhosen on the Wookiee?’ All they could think of was, ‘This character has no pants on!’ This went back and forth. They did sketches of him in culottes and baggy shorts…Of all the things to worry about; the Wookiee has no pants.

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I remember the memos from 20th Century Fox, ‘Can you put a pair of lederhosen on the Wookiee?’ All they could think of was, ‘This character has no pants on!’ This went back and forth. They did sketches of him in culottes and baggy shorts…Of all the things to worry about; the Wookiee has no pants.

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I remember the memos from 20th Century Fox, ‘Can you put a pair of lederhosen on the Wookiee?’ All they could think of was, ‘This character has no pants on!’ This went back and forth. They did sketches of him in culottes and baggy shorts…Of all the things to worry about; the Wookiee has no pants.

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I remember the memos from 20th Century Fox, ‘Can you put a pair of lederhosen on the Wookiee?’ All they could think of was, ‘This character has no pants on!’ This went back and forth. They did sketches of him in culottes and baggy shorts…Of all the things to worry about; the Wookiee has no pants.

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I remember the memos from 20th Century Fox, ‘Can you put a pair of lederhosen on the Wookiee?’ All they could think of was, ‘This character has no pants on!’ This went back and forth. They did sketches of him in culottes and baggy shorts…Of all the things to worry about; the Wookiee has no pants.

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I remember the memos from 20th Century Fox, ‘Can you put a pair of lederhosen on the Wookiee?’ All they could think of was, ‘This character has no pants on!’ This went back and forth. They did sketches of him in culottes and baggy shorts…Of all the things to worry about; the Wookiee has no pants.

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I remember the memos from 20th Century Fox, ‘Can you put a pair of lederhosen on the Wookiee?’ All they could think of was, ‘This character has no pants on!’ This went back and forth. They did sketches of him in culottes and baggy shorts…Of all the things to worry about; the Wookiee has no pants.

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haleyelainee:

This is why mermaids are my favorite.
haleyelainee:

This is why mermaids are my favorite.
haleyelainee:

This is why mermaids are my favorite.

The Dig: Xbox Entertainment Studios Unearths E.T. Cartridges

Via wikipedia: In September 1983, the Alamogordo Daily News of Alamogordo, New Mexico reported in a series of articles that between ten and twenty semi-trailer truckloads of Atari boxes, cartridges, and systems from an Atari storehouse in El Paso, Texas were crushed and buried at the landfill within the city.

kateordie:

Lumberjanes drops today, you guys! CAN YOU BELIEVE IT?

I’ve been posting a lot about this series, because I am just so excited. First off, it’s created by an amazing team of badass ladies - It’s co-written by Grace Ellis (Intern Grace of Autostraddle) and Noelle Stevenson (who you know as Gingerhaze and the creator of Nimona), was co-created by Adventure Time and Regular Show editor Shannon Watters, and is being drawn by amazing AT/RS artist Brooke Allen. Not a single symmetrical haircut between them, and I love it.

More than that, it’s a story about five best friends at summer camp fighting MONSTERS. A little bit Gravity Falls, a dash of Babysitter’s Club, some riot grrrl attitude - and so much fun. It’s all-ages! It’s awesome!

And, on a more personal level, it is just so much GIRL POWER. You open the credits page on Lumberjanes and take a scan over those names - pretty much everybody who worked on the book is a tough lady. The cover artists were chosen from the massive pool of talented women working in indie and webcomics, and they are SO GOOD.

A whole bunch of awesome ladies making a comic about awesome ladies, but for everyone. Representation matters, and it does the heart good. Plus, it’s just super funny and wonderful. Pick it up, check it out! Wear plaid and tweet it at @Lumberjanes - the Valkyries will be doing it all day.

(Oh, and lastly - each issue deals with the girls earning a scout badge, and I designed ‘em!)

I’m looking forward to reading this today!