bro, you cant just self-diagnose that you are gay. you need a prescription from a board certified homosthesiologist
#yeah you know what’s really funny #that’s exactly what happens to trans people.
it’s very frustrating being a girl and trying to flirt with other girls like. you tell them, ur cute. ‘Aw thank you’ no. no i’m being gay with you. homo intended. damn it
for reals tho
how do flirting with girls
pacific rim: a summer blockbuster in which empathy is more important than physical brawn, in which defending the lives of innocent civilians is more important than a demonstration of military might, in which a woman of color is given a complex arc and backstory, and in which a scientist with a disability helps save the world.
Asked by theunearthlyidiot
A Way Into Your Heart:How has this band of beautiful bots affected your life?
Honestly my life is pretty drastically different than what it would have been without them. I found them when I was in a Bad Spot and they really helped me through that. I write more and to do more art, I’m way more confident about singing.
I also met the wonderful Marty (Theunearthlyidiot) through the fandom and she is my best friend/soulmate so that’s pretty fucking important.
Ghost Grinder:Scariest thing you’ve ever experienced?
Well, finding out of my friends was going to jail because of Reasons was pretty fucking terrifying (hence the “bad place” I was in). I can’t think of a real “terrified for my life” type situation, though.
Turn Back the Clock:If there was one thing you could change from your past, what would it be and why?
I don’t really know. It’s one of those things where I really like who I currently am, and changing anything from my past would change who I am a little bit. Maybe trying harder in school or something, I putting more thought into what I want to do with my life, or learning to save money better. Other than that…. *shrug*
Go Spine Go:How do you pick on your friends? (In a nice way, of course.)
Dunno, it kind of depends on the friend. I guess just sarcasm and wit at the proper times. And lots of BOOP-ing.
Bleak Horizon:What do you see in your future ahead of you?
Lots of singleness, lots of Angry Feminism, and lots of musical singing automatons. And awesome bros.
Have you heard of Ban Bossy? It’s the new initiative from Lean In and the Girl Scouts that’s trying to ban “bossy” and similar words that are used to bring down girls that are ambitious, take risks, and speak up. By changing the way we treat girls who lead, hopefully our generation will soon see more women in leadership roles.
You know how you don’t pay attention to some threats until they directly target you? Yeah, we got one like that. Listen up, because if you’re a podcast fan, this involves you. And before you go the tl;dr route, just think about a world without your favorite podcasts.
Are you a Welcome to Night Vale fan? How about Thrilling Adventure Hour? Nerdist? AfterBuzz TV? Hell, do you listen to podcasts at all?
Then this is your fight.
According to the article, here’s what’s going down:
The short version is that someone is asserting a patent that claims to control the mechanism by which you subscribe to podcasts. And by “asserting,” I mean that they’ve fired a warning shot at the entire podcasting community by suing Adam Carolla. The way that patent suits work is that a) they tend to file in the plaintiff-friendly Eastern District of Texas, where these companies set up “offices”; b) they sue one major player in an industry and try to extract a large settlement from them, because defending these things is very, very expensive; and c) they then use that precedent to go sue others in the business and get similar paydays. It’s a means by which one can make a lot of money without having to actually produce anything (in fact, many of the trolls just buy idle patents for the express purpose of suing big companies). And if they succeed, it can run into millions of dollars, millions that the defendants don’t have.
But it’s one thing — not necessarily a better thing, just one thing — when the suits target big companies. Podcasting is not a big-bucks business, and the pockets are not deep at all. That’s why it’s kind of perplexing that Adam got sued, and that the podcasting industry, such as it is, is being targeted. Nobody’s getting rich on podcasting at this stage; it’s still early, and many if not most podcasts are more hobby than revenue generator. And if these suits succeed, they could choke off the industry before it is an industry. The good thing is that these patents aren’t likely to win in court if the case goes to trial. The bad thing is, to defend against these claims is going to cost a bundle. Like, a million and a half, easy. Which is why they sue, and why many of the cases never get to the trial stage.
If you want to keep your favorite podcasts around, now’s your chance. Click the link. Donate to the cause. If you can’t donate, reblog the post, retweet the link, do whatever you can to spread the word. If we’re going to shoot this down, we need to do it here and now.
We may not all be citizens of Night Vale, or Adventurekateers, or AfterBuzzers, but we’re all podcast fans, and we need to stop this before it picks up momentum.
EDIT: For those whose browsers don’t like Nerdist.com, here’s the direct link to the fundraiser page.
GUYS IF WE DONT ACT THERE WILL BE NO RT PODCAST, NO WELCOME TO NIGHT VALE, NO THRILLING ADVENTURE HOUR, AND NO NERDIST PODCAST.
Yes I am going to draw more of May and Molly from Pancakes. I have a mini-series in the works that is about how these two met. But before that gets underway, here is a peek at May’s family, and also a glimpse of Molly’s.
queer supers best supers: Y/Y
This series of comics is seriously one of my favorite things every time it comes around
these are so complex and i’m into the style i’m into iiiittttttt