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ashikaiinks:

Shamrock Volume 2 is available in the Inkblazers marketplace! Check it out!

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Shamrock Volume 2 by Ashikai

This volume contains: 194 pages of Shamrock (chapters 10-19) plus 16+ pages of exclusive extras unavailable anywhere else!

Summary: Isaac Matthews’ curiosity gets the best of him when he decides to follow a classmate who is not what she appears to be. Samantha Rockman is a gate keeper, a person who hunts down objects mutated by ghosts after dark! Isaac’s normal life takes a turn for the bizzarre when Samantha offers him a position as her ghost hunting partner. 


In this volume, Isaac’s friend Hoodzie has been kidnapped by a rogue gate! It’s up to Isaac and Sam to get him back, but two mysterious Gatekeepers are making it difficult to reach him. Who are these Gatekeepers, and what do they want with this gate?

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Book type:  High Quality Perfect bound, Full Color Laminated Glossy Cover and Rear with 212 Premium Black and White Interior Pages.

Dimensions: 12.5cm by 17.6cm

I WANT IT SO BAD T-T

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gmbeowulf:

giddytf2:

the-last-teabender:

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.

In fairness to Weird Al… that is such an easy trap to fall into. The word is - to my understanding - completely inoffensive in American English. The problem is when you go to countries like the UK where it is offensive. He’s not the first to do it and won’t be the last.

airspaniel:

gmbeowulf:

giddytf2:

the-last-teabender:

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.

In fairness to Weird Al… that is such an easy trap to fall into. The word is - to my understanding - completely inoffensive in American English. The problem is when you go to countries like the UK where it is offensive. He’s not the first to do it and won’t be the last.

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"Anna iz a feminist icon!!?!?!?"

Disney Fan:
Anna is the first feminist princess!
Me:
Um, no. Did you guys remember Ariel? She didn't sit around and wait for a man. She even went against what her father wanted. She had passion.
Disney Fan:
Oh, well but...
Me:
And what about Belle? She gave up her freedom for her father and also refused to obey Beast until he started respecting her.
Disney Fan:
Okay, that's true...
Me:
What about Pocahontas? Did you forget her too? You know, she saved her people from a war.
Disney Fan:
Yeah but that's....
Me:
And what about Mulan? Who saved China. That's right, she saved a mother fucking country.
Disney Fan:
Well.....
Me:
You also forgot about Tiana who not only defeated her villain as a frog but opened her own restaurant in the 1920's. Do you have any idea how impressive that is?
Disney Fan:
Um....you see...
Me:
What about Merida? Vanellope? Kida? Esmeralda?
Disney Fan:
......
Me:
Do you even know what feminist means?
Disney Fan:
No.
I'm face-palming for the pair of them to be honest.

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tentaclethearpist:

violentvoices:

gyarodasshole:

graveunearthyou:

This is a real medical condition known as Gan’s Syndrome, an ocular retinoblastoma occurring in 0.0004% of the total retinoblastoma cases. Ruptured blood vessels create often symmetrical, or at least fractal patterns and though the eye can see, visual acuity is lowered. It can be treated but never cured, though most suffering with the condition live normal lives. Gan’s Syndrome was founded by Dr. Sharon Gan.

wow, so spine chillingly beautiful. Sometimes nature is so beautiful even if it’s hindering a person’s life. 

sadly yet again another fake postA quick google and you can see nothing by this name exists.

no its real my cousin sasuke has this


Please don’t tell me people fell for this. Please. I was feeling good!

asap-rock-lee:

tentaclethearpist:

violentvoices:

gyarodasshole:

graveunearthyou:

This is a real medical condition known as Gan’s Syndrome, an ocular retinoblastoma occurring in 0.0004% of the total retinoblastoma cases. Ruptured blood vessels create often symmetrical, or at least fractal patterns and though the eye can see, visual acuity is lowered. It can be treated but never cured, though most suffering with the condition live normal lives. Gan’s Syndrome was founded by Dr. Sharon Gan.

wow, so spine chillingly beautiful. Sometimes nature is so beautiful even if it’s hindering a person’s life. 

sadly yet again another fake post
A quick google and you can see nothing by this name exists.

no its real my cousin sasuke has this

Please don’t tell me people fell for this. Please. I was feeling good!

(Source: gambollingseaotter, via ishtonwork)

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