- 13 hours ago
elrothielbaby I have a feeling you would have loved the Vikings experience outside Comic Con that was giving these out.
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I’ve been following pretty closely the new additions to Channel Awesome..
And like.. all 6 so far have some kind of tie to producers already on the site.
I totally agree with your concern iswearitwascmyk, all producers chosen so far have ties to major producers on the site and contributed to sites and contributed productions like Nerd Quest and Chezapocalypse. Essentially, instead of new people with fresh content and ideas, we get to watch people whose stuff I at least already follow just on a different site. Seems fishy at best, boring at worst.
- 4 days ago
Robin Thicke is unapologetic about how rapey ‘Blurred Lines’ is, meanwhile the dude who parodied it issues a public apology for one word.
And that is just one reason why I love Weird Al.
I knew, the first time I heard that line, that Tumblr was going to be up in arms about it, no matter how good everything else was. Because that’s what Tumblr does. Good on Al for handling it well (though I’m not surprised). I wouldn’t be terribly shocked if he changes the line for the concert performances of the song.
I didn’t even mention it on Tumblr, but I caught endless shit IRL and on FB for mentioning that his use of the word “really bothered me,” while at the same time I said I loved the song and thought it was awesome. I didn’t actually see any discussion of it here on Tumblr that was any more vitriolic or unreasonable than what I posted. Loving a thing and acknowledging its problematic elements is not the same as “being up in arms” about something. And what gets me is how many people have nodded their heads and said “Oh, I knew the internet was going to freak out about that,” because what that says to me is that they recognized that something problematic is there, but elected to pre-emptively laugh at the people who are affected by it instead of doing anything constructive. And that seems shitty to me.
Al didn’t know, Al knows now, Al apologized without justifying it. And I think it is likely he will change that line from now on, because the right thing to do when someone says “that word is a slur, please don’t use it” is to apologize and stop using it, and he’s already halfway there.
(via kylekallgren)Source: the-last-teabender
- 6 days ago
Cecil-senpai noticed me!
Mr. Cecil Baldwin, the voice of Night Vale himself, shared my illustration for his Episode 50 post! I am beyond honored. I found out about this during a blackout in my area due to a raging storm. I got the mobile internet on my phone to work for a short time, during which I was bombarded by messages pointing me to Cecil’s post. It was the light to that dark day.
And then I thought about how this was an image that started in my brain which I translated into a shareable medium with my hand and computer and these specific points of light somehow made their way to be processed by Cecil’s eyeballs and he felt something enough to want to save it into his computer and share it and I sound really creepy right now
I am having an emotion please assist
Fandom communication at work. Beautiful!Source: behindinfinity
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The leg up at the end tho.
I like the coach, putting his hands on his knees like, “Welp, that wasn’t it.”
i was almost like “oh man that sucks” and then her leg popped and i fucking lost it
That leg is killing me
(via misseccentrical)Source: hugedickgrayson
- 3 weeks ago
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Behold Duck Fans!
I present a custom pixel grid and perler re-creation of my own design for the beloved Fethry Duck. Think of it as the design for an NES title that never was. Like Tesla before me I am also including a .png version of the grid here. Feel free to use to for any of your animating or perler needs.