October 21, 2014

hugealienpie:

cmdr-beverlycrusher-md:

k-lionheart:

nixieseal:

positivelycurious:

SHELDON IS FREAKIN ADORABLE AND I WANT TO ADOPT HIM.

SHELDON! AAAAAUGH

SHELDON IS BACK

FOREVER REBLOG SHELDON!

SHELLLDONNNNN!

Passports!

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October 20, 2014
primarybufferpanel:

I did not know this existed but I’m really glad it does

I like how Chuck/Rob is behind them, like “Hey guys, what are you doing? Can I… can I be in your picture? Guys?”

primarybufferpanel:

I did not know this existed but I’m really glad it does

I like how Chuck/Rob is behind them, like “Hey guys, what are you doing? Can I… can I be in your picture? Guys?”

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October 20, 2014

oukamiyoukai45
wood wolves

wow dang

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Filed under: art 
October 20, 2014

Anonymous said: What are your thoughts on "gamergate"? As a female gamer, has your experience been mostly uneventful or have you run into challenges? How would you compare the gamer culture to comics culture? Or do your interests allow you to avoid negative interactions?

royalboiler:

hchomgoblin:

Needless to say, as somebody who played games, and was vocal and enthusiastic about games from a really early age (the first game I played was “Parsec” on a borrowed Commodore 64), I’ve run into plenty of challenges. And “challenges” is a nice, vague word, so I’ll be specific and say that growing up as a girl meant encountering misogyny and gender role assumptions as part and parcel of the experience. Since I was a girl who wanted to assimilate into boy’s culture - or failing that share some portion of what boys enjoyed - there was heavy gating, implicit and explicit, on my degree of participation.

One thing that strikes me, looking back, is that I was excluded no matter what. Whether I stayed quiet and lurked in the background, or stepped up and tried to out-boast or out-play everyone else, my options were either to adopt a proper, passive role, or to have no place whatsoever. No amount of expertise would win me access. My achievements were either a lie, or something I’d cheated to obtain. And while most boys didn’t act like this towards me one-on-one, as soon as they joined the pack it was an immediate dissolve into girls vs. them.

Of course, nobody can be blamed at that age. Kids are just doing what they’re taught, and mimicking what’s around them. I had many (many) moments of idiocy and jerkiness, myself. It’s water under the bridge, at this point. But adults are a different matter. Adults can be expected to acknowledge and consider perspectives beyond their own. Adults can be expected to not shut down an argument as soon as it no longer favours or pleases them. Adults can be expected to act graciously - or at least not with harassment and aggression - when disagreement persists. And when all else fails, adults can be expected to not invent a cast of fictional enemies when they feel threatened by something they aren’t even willing to examine closely.

And those are some of my thoughts about “gamergate”.

As far as comics culture goes, I think there are some similarities and some differences. Certainly there’s a similar pressure to maintain the status quo, and not go around tipping over rocks to see what’s underneath.

Marian is the smart one. 

It never occurred to me that the “gate” in “GamerGate” can be taken to mean that there is a “gate” to women being allowed into gaming. I know that wasn’t the intention of the people who came up with the word, but I think it does a much better job of describing what’s going on.

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Filed under: gamergate news 
October 20, 2014
suncreaturestudio:

Ah, Dungeons and Dragons. The Reward is very inspired by the long nights of playing this amazing game. Let us introduce the team:
Thuctar the half orc Barbarian who runs up front with his singing blade, Erran the elven druid who will summon the most foul beasts, Serran the human cleric also known as the people’s shield, Belkar the halfling ranger who should have been a rogue, last but not least Ronnom the gnome bard who cannot say no to a fair lady and a chance in the spotlight.
Our feared dungeon master had in this scenario blocked our path with a Kuo Toa village down in the deepest sections of the mithral mines. But nothing can stop these brave souls when it comes to stopping Navul’s evil schemes.
Artist: Kenneth Ladekjer
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suncreaturestudio:

Ah, Dungeons and Dragons. The Reward is very inspired by the long nights of playing this amazing game. Let us introduce the team:

Thuctar the half orc Barbarian who runs up front with his singing blade, Erran the elven druid who will summon the most foul beasts, Serran the human cleric also known as the people’s shield, Belkar the halfling ranger who should have been a rogue, last but not least Ronnom the gnome bard who cannot say no to a fair lady and a chance in the spotlight.

Our feared dungeon master had in this scenario blocked our path with a Kuo Toa village down in the deepest sections of the mithral mines. But nothing can stop these brave souls when it comes to stopping Navul’s evil schemes.

Artist: Kenneth Ladekjer

Subscribe in here on tumblr, or on Sun Creature Studio’s youtube channel,Facebook, or twitter for updates on The Reward - Tales of Alethrion  :)

October 18, 2014
mattrhodesart:

"Stop, Dragon!"
For our first real collaboration, my little art director was very specific about the look of her armor and the dragon. 

mattrhodesart:

"Stop, Dragon!"

For our first real collaboration, my little art director was very specific about the look of her armor and the dragon. 

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Filed under: art matt rhodes 
October 18, 2014

shanryart said: Hi! I'm wondering what do you think about the mother-son dynamic between mako and lin? Maybe not exactly mother and son but you probably know what i mean. In season 4 they're so close!

makanidotdot:

it’s adorable, in a kinna maternal way but also just like, IT’S NICE THAT LIN HAS A FRIEND.  I assume and hope that she’s supposed to get on well with the rest of the police lol, but within Team Avatar it’s nice to have someone she’d get along with because their normally offputting personalities work together.  It’s nice for her to be connected to someone in team avatar who isn’t Tenzin.  I hope they expand on it.  On the more meta side of things it’s also cool having a young guy who’s mentor is an older woman. 

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also mako doin the look last ep was great.  

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So good!

October 17, 2014

montereybayaquarium:

Share a Halloween e-card with your friends! Meet our spooky stars, from goblin sharks to ghost shrimp. 

These are rad and spoopy!

October 17, 2014

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Filed under: ds9 star trek odo garak 
October 16, 2014
thedailyshow:

Jon to Bill O’Reilly: “You’ve stated this: ‘I do not believe this is a thing called white privilege." 
Bill O’Reilly: “There is not.” http://on.cc.com/ZGrbnk

Now this was a thing of beauty.

thedailyshow:

Jon to Bill O’Reilly: “You’ve stated this: ‘I do not believe this is a thing called white privilege."

Bill O’Reilly: “There is not.” http://on.cc.com/ZGrbnk

Now this was a thing of beauty.

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