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in the year 2148, explorers on mars discovered the remains of an ancient spacefaring civilization. in the decades that followed, these mysterious artifacts revealed startling new technologies, enabling travel to the furthest stars. the basis for this incredible technology was a force that controlled the very fabric of space and time.

they called it the greatest discovery in human history.

the civilizations of the galaxy call it…

anonymous asked:

I really don't know what to make of you. you're incredibly attractive and I wouldn't mind fucking you, but I wouldn't know what to expect when I slide your underwear off.

A shot gun, ready to blow your head off that’s what you should expect

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Huge set of 70 Typographic Templates and 10 Fonts - 87% off.

These typography templates are so beautiful, but in the same time so insanely simple, that you’ll wonder why you didn’t think about this before.

And that’s for the templates alone. Don’t forget that on top of that, you’ll get 10 handcrafted fonts together with their original .Ai files. And believe me, there are a huge amount of files on this bundle.

And all that for the incredible price on only $39 Now think about how much you would charge for creating these resources.

See more details here: http://bit.ly/templatezilla

So far we have raised $4194, which is 70 percent of our goal with 13 hours left! A few days ago, we thought we would barely get to $2000, but you guys have been absolutely incredible.

Our aim is to hit $4500 by 3pm Eastern (an hour and 15 min to go!), $5000 by 7pm Eastern, and $6000 by 3am! 

Here’s what you can receive:

Donate $8 and you will receive 2 Unbreakable stickers!
Donate $10 and you will receive a postcard from Grace and Kaelyn
Donate $25 and you will receive 2 Unbreakable notebooks with a personalized note from Grace and Kaelyn
Donate $40 you will receive a gift pack including a sticker, a postcard from the road, a notebook, and a wristband!

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Government is force, and politics is the process of deciding who gets to use it on whom. This is not the best way to solve problems.
—  Richard Grant, The Incredible Bread Machine, 1999

probably the most incredible thing about that interview with dave sim is how he keeps lashing out at “emotional” responses to things while obviously and constantly getting very, very emotional himself

  • our attack honestly makes me wish id taken a nap instead of watching 45 minutes of this incredible self drag
  • what exactly is the point of pushing the defense line forward if the players just cant go back to their original position quickly
  • why is everyone so messy and disconnected and not concentrated
  • WHY DO WE SLEEP SO MUCH ON COUNTERATTACKS

Oh my gods, I am so fucking incredibly, enormously, immensely, intensely, immeasurably, incomparably, supremely, tremendously, powerfully, breathtakingly, profoundly, dearly, desperately, magnificently, superbly, uniquely, fantastically, extraordinarily, gratefully in love with my wife.

Sometimes, I just look at her and something pulls from deep inside me, far beneath the surface, down in the very soulful strands of my being, and heats and expands until it fills up my entire body. My eyes sting and water, my throat grows tight, and my heart somehow seems to both pound and grow still at the same time, and I feel so immensely, indescribably moved and alive and grateful.

I look at her and it feels like the universe has opened up in bright and thrilling colors that only we can see, like we have slipped through a seam into a hidden world too beautiful for words, somewhere far and forever, secret and special and only ours.

She said this to Miranda July.

This is one of my pet peeves too. Because I have ranted at length in different corners of the Internet about the tendency for people (men and women, though the latter especially) to almost pounce on other women and their work with these labels that only scrape the surface layer of what they’re trying to convey. 

Quirky carries a lot of negative weight yet it’s really just a synonym for the humorously bizarre. If you don’t like quirky then, well, you sure don’t like a lot of art. Miranda July is as “quirky” as Bruce Nauman. As David Lynch. As Jeff Koons. As Jon Rafman. And yet those men don’t get that label. But it’s not just a double standard label, it’s one that is incredibly boxing. You get called quirky and suddenly your work can’t be anything else. It’s this label in 2015, like “indie,” that seems to carrie a specific set of aesthetic connotations that have come from…where? The early 2000s? Wes Anderson? Who knows!

There is a very big world of not just lazy criticism and just basic-level DESCRIPTION that is, at the end of the day, purely aesthetic and largely sexist when it comes to women’s art. It’s not just that quirky is a bad word (as is simply describing something as “interesting”) it’s a word that needs to retire because of the trail it’s left behind. It’s a cop-out for actually parsing through and defining what someone is trying to say.