Hey guys~!! I am officially back after taking a bunch of rest and more rest! So now I am full of energy to draw and reblog some more!

Today on my agenda, I want to show you my idea of Star-Crossed Myth’s Goddess form of MC-chan! I couldn’t think of anything fancy like her male counterparts, so I just drew her in what I thought would best suit her. Something simple but with a taste of elegance.

Um, I don’t have any solid evidence in what she actually wears or how she acted like in her past life, but I hope I portrayed her well enough to justify that!

Wwww~ I wanted her to be in a flow-ey pinkish dress with various kinds of flower patterns going around her dress. I also thought of adding a flower wreath on her head but thought it was too much. So I just added a few flowers on her hair and some flying/breaking away to show some subtle wind passing by. Haha, I wasn’t sure if I should add any jewelry since all the men in SCM had at least one or two on them. But I kept it simple and added some rings on her finger. (There is no intention of her being married or anything of the sort lol haha well, maybe Huedhaut lol)

So, yeah. I hope you guys like it and I hope this inspires you to draw MC-chan in her Goddess form. Also, I want to see more of what you guys come up with too! So if there are more of you guys out there, show me~!! I’d love to see what your creative minds can do!! I only drew this because I saw some of the people drawing out what she looks like in her past life— and I thought it was super duper cool!! So for you guys who did is before me, this one is for you! You guys inspired me so much that I had to make one too!

Well, enough rambling! Enjoy~!!


On a chilly night in February, Jessica Ojeda, 23, sat shivering in her car while police arrested her fiancé for drunken driving.

It was shortly after 1:30 a.m. and they were still a couple of miles from their Salem home. Her cellphone was dead; she didn’t have money for a taxi. Police put her fiancé, William Helle, in the back of a police car and told Ojeda they were impounding the vehicle.

"I don’t have any way to get home," Ojeda said to the deputy. "Wait a minute, you can’t just pull me over and leave me here."

But a Marion County police report confirms that Ojeda was, indeed, left there — alone at 2 a.m., walking along Hawthorne Avenue NE to a nearby hotel to call for a ride.

Most law enforcement agencies don’t have policies in place requiring officers to go out of their way to help people who wind up in situations like Ojeda’s.



A Texas judge has just dismissed all Driving While Intoxicated (DWI) charges for a fellow judge: 13th Court of Appeals Justice Nora Longoria.

This special treatment was given to Longoria even after she was busted by McAllen police back in July for driving while intoxicated

The justice told the arresting officer, “You are going to ruin my life,” but the officer didn’t seem deterred. Judge Rolando Cantu with Hidalgo County Court at Law #8, however, was moved to dismiss the case which had been pending until November 20th.

He signed an order dismissing the case, saying there was “not enough evidence” against the justice, since there was no dashcam video of the traffic stop.

Longoria refused a breathalyzer, but right from the start, police did not take a blood sample from her, the way that they are doing at forced “no refusal” checkpoints all over the nation.

Longoria did not return our calls or emails for a comment on this case or the special treatment she seems to have received.



- Watch Arthur
- Spend time with homies
- Drink cheap champagne and expensive beer that your 25 year old friend keeps calling “REAL beer, bro”
- Stay up to see the green flash!
- Have a good time

- Barf on your Mom’s new carpet
- Discuss taboo political views with someone you know has different views than you, ruining the party for everyone else
- Interrupt a conversation to post a stupid status on social media that says something like, “Thanks for the memories, 2014!” or “Let’s go, 2015!”
- Drink and drive

Seriously gang, have a good time - but be safe!!! Do NOT drink and drive!

Chiefland, FL —  In a video posted to youtube this week, a novel and simply astonishing example of how to deal with DUI checkpoints, was illustrated by the guys from FairDUI.org.

Sobriety checkpoints — also known as DUI checkpoints — are the most common roadblocks you might encounter. They function as a general purpose investigatory tactic where police can get a close look at passing motorists by detaining them briefly. A roadblock stop is quick, but it gives police a chance to check tags and licenses, while also giving officers a quick whiff of the driver’s breath and a chance to peer into the vehicle for a moment.

Remember that your constitutional rights still apply in a roadblock situation. Though police are permitted to stop you briefly, they may not search you or your car unless they have probable cause that you’re under the influence or you agree to the search. As such, you are not required to answer their questions or admit to breaking the law.

In the video, a man hangs his registration, insurance, and driver’s license from his rolled up window inside a ziplock freezer bag, in order to proceed through a DUI checkpoint.

Also in the bag is a flyer, which states:

I remain silent

No Searches

I want my lawyer

Please put any tickets under windshield wiper.

–CPLR §308 & Pacamor, 132 Misc.2d 269 (1986)

I have to show you my papers not hand them to you.

–VTL §312(b), §401(4), §507

Thus I am not opening my window.

I will comply with clearly stated lawful orders.

This DUI checkpoint was put on by the Levy County Sheriff’s Office and the Florida Highway Patrol.

The checkpoint was held on New Year’s Eve, starting at 10:00 pm, in Chiefland, Florida.

According to FairDUI.org, the idea behind the flyer is that you keep it in your car and show it to police at checkpoints and traffic stops. This is NOT for everyone, nor for every situation.

To find out whether the flyer is for you, and when you should (and shouldn’t) use it, you can visit their Flyer page, here.

As long as it takes the officers to read the flyer is as long as the driver is held up. It was amazing. Now, without further ado, one of the best DUI checkpoint refusals that we’ve ever seen. X