Client:  I need you to create an interactive planning app on the web page, like Google calendar.

Me: No problem, we can use JavaScript to achieve that

Client: No, don’t use JavaScript.

Me: Why not?

Client: We don’t use scripts.

Me: You want a fully interactive app without scripts?

Client: Yeah. I don’t trust scripts. The word bugs me.



Valor is a comic anthology of re-imaged fairy tales showcasing the talent of some of the top creators in the field of digital comics. The purpose of this book is to pay homage to the strength, resourcefulness, and cunning of female heroines in fairy tales. Some of these are recreations of time-honored tales. Others are brand new stories, designed to be passed to future generations.

The anthology will be young adult friendly and in color. It will feature 18 comic stories and 5 prose stories. That’s more than 350 pages of new fairy tales! 

Click here to support this AWESOME anthology!

We’re creating a masterlist of all Tolkien roleplay blogs. And when we say all, we mean ALL. That’s the goal. So long as you are an independent Tolkien RP blog, you’ll be added. OCs included! 

                     To be added to the list, REBLOG this post! 

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anonymous said:

help me I'm feeling so so suicidal all I can think of is cutting myself. My friends hate me and think im some dirty skank hoe who is trash I feel so worthless I just want to end it all

Hey friend. I can stay with you the whole night/morning but the problem is is that I’m not a professional and I can’t possibly give you the help you need that is better than a professional. First things first, you’re not dirty skank hoe and your friends are probably just major assholes that you don’t need. You are worth so many nice and happy things on this planet. Do not end it all. We all love you very much.

With that being said, here are some links for you to check out:

Tumblr: Counseling and Prevention Resources <—-more links provided by tumblr


  • Suicide Hotline: 1-800-SUICIDE (2433) – Can use in US, U.K., Canada and Singapore
  • Suicide Crisis Line: 1-800-999-9999
  • National Suicide Prevention Helpline: 1-800-273-TALK (8245)
  • National Adolescent Suicide Helpline: 1-800-621-4000
  • Postpartum Depression: 1-800-PPD-MOMS
  • NDMDA Depression Hotline – Support Group: 1-800-826-3632
  • Veterans: 1-877-VET2VET
  • Crisis Help Line – For Any Kind of Crisis: 1-800-233-4357
  • Suicide & Depression Crisis Line – Covenant House: 1-800-999-9999
  • Survivors of Bereavement by Suicide: (UK only) 0844-561-6855
  • Beyondblue info line: (Australia only) 1300-22-4636
  • 24/7 Crisis Line:(Canada only) 905-522-1477
  • Lifeline Australia: 13-11-14

Domestic Abuse:

  • National Child Abuse Helpline: 1-800-422-4453
  • National Domestic Violence Crisis Line: 1-800-799-SAFE (7233)
  • National Domestic Violence Hotline (TDD): 1-800-787-32324
  • Center for the Prevention of School Violence: 1-800-299-6504
  • Child Abuse Helpline: 1-800-4-A-CHILD (1-800-422-4453)
  • Domestic Violence Helpline: 1-800-548-2722
  • Healing Woman Foundation (Abuse): 1-800-477-4111
  • Child Abuse Hotline Support & Information: 1-800-792-5200
  • Women’s Aid National Domestic Violence Helpline: (UK Only) 0345 023 468
  • Sexual Abuse Centre: (UK Only) 0117 935 1707
  • Sexual Assault Support (24/7, English & Spanish): 1-800-223-5001
  • Domestic & Teen Dating Violence (English & Spanish: 1-800-992-2600
  • Relationships Australia: 1300-364-277

Alcohol & Drug Abuse:

  • National Association for Children of Alcoholics: 1-888-55-4COAS (1-888-554-2627)
  • National Drug Abuse: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)
  • Al-Anon/Alateen Hope & Help for young people who are the relatives & friends of a problem drinker): 1-800-344-2666
  • Alcohol/Drug Abuse Hotline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)
  • Be Sober Hotline: 1-800-BE-SOBER (1-800-237-6237)
  • Cocaine Help Line: 1-800-COCAINE (1-800-262-2463)
  • 24 Hour Cocaine Support Line: 1-800-992-9239
  • Ecstasy Addiction: 1-800-468-6933
  • Marijuana Anonymous: 1-800-766-6779

Youth & Teen Hotlines:

  • National Youth Crisis Support: 1-800-448-4663
  • Youth America Hotline: 1-877-YOUTHLINE (1-877-968-8454)
  • Covenant House Nine-Line (Teens): 1-800-999-9999
  • Boys Town National: 1-800-448-3000
  • Teen Helpline: 1-800-400-0900
  • TeenLine: 1-800-522-8336
  • Youth Crisis Support: 1-800-448-4663 or 1-800-422-0009
  • Runaway Support (All Calls are Confidential): 800-231-694
  • National Runaway Hotline: (US only) 1800-231-6946
  • Child Helpline: (UK Only) 0800-111
  • Kids Helpline: (Australia) 1800-55-1800
  • Youth to Youth: (UK only) 020-8896-3675
  • Kids Help Phone Canada: 1800-688-6868
  • National Youth Crisis Hotline:(US only) 800-442-442-4673 

Pregnancy Hotlines:

  • AAA Crisis Pregnancy Center: 1-800-560-0717
  • Pregnancy Support: 1-800-4-OPTIONS (1-800-467-8466)
  • Pregnancy National Helpline: 1-800-356-5761
  • Young Pregnant Support: 1-800 550-4900

Gay and Lesbian Hotlines:

  • The Trevor Helpline (For homosexuality questions or problems): 1-800-850-8078
  • Gay & Lesbian National Support: 1-888-THE-GLNH (1-888-843-4564)
  • Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender (GLBT) Youth Support Line: 1-800-850-8078
  • Lesbian & Gay Switchboard: (UK Only) 0121 622 6589
  • Lothian Gay & Lesbian Switchboard – Scotland: (Scotland Only) 0131 556 4049

Other Hotlines:

  • Self-Injury Support: 1-800-DONT CUT (1-800-366-8288) (
  • Eating Disorders Awareness and Prevention: 1-800-931-2237 (Hours: 8am-noon daily, PST)
  • Eating Disorders Center: 1-888-236-1188
  • Help Finding a Therapist: 1-800-THERAPIST (1-800-843-7274)
  • Panic Disorder Information and Support: 1-800-64-PANIC (1-800-647-2642)
  • TalkZone (Peer Counselors): 1-800-475-TALK (1-800-475-2855)
  • Parental Stress Hotline: 1-800-632-8188
  • Parent Help Line (Australia only): 1300-364-100
  • National AIDS Helpline: (UK Only) 0800 567 123
  • Mensline Australia: 1300-789-978

I can talk to you after you’ve made a call or texted someone if you like. We are all here for you.

lalalagirlwashere said:

Hi! I'm new in veganism. What should I eat instead of milk?

There are many alternatives to dairy milk such as almond milk, oat milk, hemp milksoy milk, rice milk, and coconut milk. You can buy chocolate milk, coffee creamer, butter, cheese, cream cheesemayonnaise, sour cream, yogurt, ice cream and more. I suggest checking out this vegan starter kit, my vegan resource masterpost and Vegan Outreach’s substitute guide. Below are round ups for making your own dairy alternatives, along with a couple other related round ups. I hope this helps some!

This pic pisses me off on so many levels!!!! I won’t even get in too much details however if y’all want to express some ppl’s stupidity stop using the word Africa as if it’s the name of one country (for starters), no wonder many ppl think it’s country,
(I grew up in one of Africa’s countries and I never had to drink water out of a little yellow thing)
or better yet, make a college with the drought that’s happening in Cali!!! Agrrrr
Africa isn’t a country, Africa isn’t a pit hole, Africa has lots of natural resources and all Countries in Africa would be wealthy if we had different politicians, who are placed in power by—— I’ll let you guess.
Anyway I find this pic offensive.

Typical Interaction with Actual Child: For "Adult Privilege" blogers
  • EXPECTATION (according to @dragon-in-a-fez):
  • Child:*brings toy up to parent*
  • Parent:"Go put it back, I don't have enough money. If you're good you can have it in 2 weeks when I get paid again.
  • Child:"Okay. :] I understand money is a limited resource and you buying me toys isn't an actual indicator of how much you love me. I will patiently wait for two weeks without continually pressing the issue. I love and appreciate all of the numerous sacrifices you make on my behalf as my primary caregiver, because toys are a luxury."
  • Child:*Brings toy up to parent*
  • Parent:"Go put it back, I don't have enough money. If you're good you can have it in 2 weeks when I get paid again."
  • Child:"But its only $10!"
  • Parent:"*Sigh* I already told you, I don't have enough money. Go put it back.
  • Child:"Noooooo! Please?"
  • Parent:*Growing annoyance* I said no."
  • Child:"PLEASE?"
  • Parent:*ignores and continues shopping*
  • Parent:"If you keep this up, you're not getting it at all
  • Child:"NOOOO! *Takes thing out of cart* Okay put this back, now can I get it?!"
  • Parent:":| No. We need that. You can wait 2 weeks"
  • Parent:"Then you'll just have to wait until christmas/your birthday/later. Now this discussion is over. You're embarrassing me in public.
  • Child:*gets to the register and puts it on the counter*
  • Cashier:"Are you getting this?"
  • Parent:*Immensely irritated after FORTY MINUTES OF BEGGING/WHINING* "No."
  • Child:"*Starts crying* BUT I WANT IT"
  • Parent:"I already told you to PUT IT BACK. You're not getting it at all now, because you dont know how to act."
  • Adult privilege bloggers:"Taking away a child's special toy is stealing you dont own your children children are capable of making informed rational decisions.
Where to Find Tolkien's Thoughts on Religion


I think probably your best resource would be The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien - the collection of letters cover a wide variety of topics, but some that might be useful to your research include:

  • #49: A letter to C.S. Lewis criticizing his views on Christianity and divorce.
  • #142: A letter to Fr. Robert Murray, which includes a paragraph about the Christian influence on LotR.
  • #153: A letter to Peter Hastings, who had a few theological complaints about LotR, which Tolkien addresses here (including reincarnation and the ability of Evil to create - as well as a note on institutionalized religion in Middle Earth, which I actually talk about in this post)
  • #195: A letter to Amy Ronald, which is very very short, but contains this sentence: “Actually I am a Christian, and indeed a Roman Catholic, so that I do not expect ‘history’ to be anything but a ‘long defeat’ – though it contains (and in a legend may contain more clearly and movingly) some samples or glimpses of final victory.”
  • #250: A long letter to Michael Tolkien, his oldest sone and a priest. Michael had written regarding his “sagging faith”, and most of the letter is taken up by Tolkien’s response to that. Basically a gold mine if you’re looking for Tolkien’s own words on his personal faith.
  • #306: Another letter to Michael Tolkien. It discusses, among other things, Tolkien’s thoughts on “trends” in the Church (probably a reference to Vatican II)
  • Honestly, there are probably many more, but these were the main ones that jumped out at me.

Also, there are probably a few essays of his that discussion religion. The only one that’s coming to mind right now is “On Fairy-Stories”, which mainly discusses Tolkien’s philosophy on the fantasy genre, but includes some really interesting theological tidbits (my personal favorite: “Fantasy remains a human right: we make in our measure and in our derivative mode, because we are made: and not only made, but made in the image and likeness of a Maker.”)

Does anybody know of another source about Tolkien and his faith? If so, please reblog with your suggestion!

SOURCES: The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien, “On Fairy-Stories

Inquisitor Character Traits

Here’s a list of both positive and negative character traits to help with fleshing out your Inquisitor.


  1. Adaptable
  2. Adventurous
  3. Assertive
  4. Attentive
  5. Brave
  6. Calm
  7. Capable
  8. Charismatic
  9. Committed
  10. Compassionate
  1. Cooperative
  2. Courageous
  3. Curious
  4. Dedicated
  5. Determined
  6. Diplomatic
  7. Easygoing
  8. Efficient
  9. Empathetic
  10. Faithful
  11. Fearless
  12. Flexible
  13. Friendly
  14. Generosity
  15. Honest
  16. Humorous
  17. Independent
  18. Intelligent
  19. Joyful
  20. Lively
  21. Logical
  22. Loyal
  23. Optimistic
  24. Organized
  25. Patient
  26. Peaceful
  27. Polite
  28. Practical
  29. Reliable
  30. Resourceful
  31. Responsible
  32. Sincere
  33. Supportive
  34. Tactful
  35. Trustworthy
  36. Truthful
  37. Wise


  1. Aggressive
  2. Aloof
  3. Arrogant
  4. Big-headed
  5. Boastful
  6. Bossy
  7. Callous
  8. Careless
  9. Compulsive
  10. Cowardly
  11. Cruel
  12. Cunning
  13. Cynical
  14. Deceitful
  15. Detached
  16. Dishonest
  17. Foolish
  18. Greedy
  19. Gullible
  20. Harsh 
  21. Impatient
  22. Impulsive
  23. Indecisive
  24. Intolerant
  25. Irresponsible
  26. Jealous
  27. Lazy
  28. Materialistic
  29. Miserly
  30. Narrow-minded
  31. Nervous
  32. Obsessive
  33. Overcritical
  34. Overemotional
  35. Patronizing
  36. Pessimistic
  37. Pompous
  38. Possessive
  39. Quick-tempered
  40. Resentful
  41. Ruthless
  42. Selfish
  43. Stubborn
  44. Tactless
  45. Timid
  46. Vain
  47. Vengeful


tasteofmtg said:

What if you could just get more resources to make an unset. Like if you cloned Maro, but the clone came out a little funny. Like funny in the head, not funny haha. But since it's Maro, he is funny haha. So he could lead the unset team. Then after it's made and his puns stop making sense and his cellular makeup starts breaking down you'll have to put him down. It'd be sad, but you'd have an unset.

I have nothing here, but this was too great to not share.

anonymous said:

Can you have a calling for witchcraft? Since I was very young I've been very interested in the supernatural, witches, and general magic. (I do not currently practice witchcraft.)

I mean I don’t see why not, however, practicing at some point would be something I recommend. Mostly because those who have a calling towards something should practice it. However if you would like some resources, here are some right here: 

Beginner resources:

Hope this helps! 

Sirdame Snakes

just here to say that as much as i hate terfs and people who share their vitriol toward trans women, it’s never okay to brush off the misogyny they experience *just because* they’re terfs.

i will never prioritize them over trans women but i’ll choose them over patriarchy any day. and i WILL actively support women over men when i can spare the resources.

nothing about the victim makes systemic oppression “okay this time.”

Please remember that we cannot tell you who you are. We can give you resources to help you figure that out for yourself. The only one who has the answer to whether you are asexual or not is yourself.

- Amy


The First World War and American Society

Although the United States didn’t officially enter the war until 1917, American society was profoundly affected by the events from the very beginning. 

Find further resources from us here on Tumblr, at the First World War Centenary Hub on our UK website, World War I: Commemorating the Centennial on our US website, the University of Oxford First World War activities, the World War I Centenary: Continuations and Beginnings resource center from the University of Oxford and JISC, Bodleian Libraries’ Oxford World War I Centenary Programme, and more to come throughout 2014. 

What books would you add to a list of resources for studying the impact of the First World War on American society?

hey everyone! these resources are for(but not limited to) disney blogs. yes, there are blogs that aren’t disney-oriented, but i specifically chose those under the psds and screencaps block quotes to fit disney editors’ needs. these are resources i use to make my own graphics on all of my blogs. this includes not only disney, but pixar and marvel as well. here we go!

psds (some are disney, some aren't. i think all are helpful)

animatedpsds | stuckindisneypsds | disneyspsds | psdisney | pixarps | everythingpsd | animecoloring | comicpsds | fandompsds

specific/my fave disney psds

1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8


disneyscreencaps | grandecaps | disney-hush | superheroscreencaps

resource blogs(textures, fonts, psds, tutorials, etc.)

l-agallerriepshunters | codexresources | fuckingphotoshop | photoshopblogs | chaoticresources | wonderfulphotoshop | resoucrescollection | yourphotoshop | whatphotoshop | animeps | itsphotoshop | yeahps | photoshopbabe | photo-shops | fandomresources




thosetutorials | rphelper | yeahtutorial

free font sites

fontsquirrel | dafont | fontspace | 1001freefonts

great youtube channels to gif videos from

disney | disneyinsider | disneyparks | disneybluray411 | disneydefinition | ohmydisney | insidethemagic | waltdisneyanimationstudios

good sites to grab news/photos from

disney insider | oh my disney | disney style | wdwmagic | thewaltdisneycompany | insidethemagic


disney/pixar movie masterpost | marvel movie masterpost | download youtube videos as mp4s | download youtube videos as mp3s | download 8tracks playlists

anonymous said:

Assalamu Alaykum, I know you're super busy and probably don't have time for your tumblr ask box but I just wanted to ask for any books on seera that you recommend. I'm starting college next week after going to Islamic school my whole life and want to maintain some kind of Islamic studies on the side. Jazak Allah Khair Walaykum Asalam.

Walaykum Assalam!

Seerah resources, love the question mA :)

1 Seerah Podcast Shaykh Abdul Nasir Jangda is doing, perhaps, the most in-depth audio seerah study that’s available for download in the English language. I’ve personally been there when he’s preparing - he uses numerous classical seerah sources, has all of the books out, and is providing a comprehensive study from a lens that emphasizes spiritual self-development, family, and community. You can find the first session on the bottom of the page here, there are over 100 hours recorded to this point, and they’re still going.

2 Muhammad: Man and Prophet by Adil Salahi - probably the best English seerah book resource I’ve read. While most other biographies of the Prophet [saw] function more like an encyclopedia, this text has a narrative flow to it, telling more like a story, briefly pausing to highlight points of benefit.

3 In The Footsteps of The Messenger by Dr. Tariq Ramadan - a great primer on seerah, provides great insight and details into the life of the Prophet [saw] even though it’s more on the beginner side.

For the most advanced readers…

4 Zaad ul Ma’ad by Ibnul Qayyim (r) (d. 751H/1350AD) - Written on his journey to Hajj from Damascus to Makkah (all from memory!), this text is a wonderful example of how classical scholars viewed the seerah. There are numerous rulings extrapolated from it, but if you’re just looking for virtues and benefit without law (for whatever reason), then you can also find the nuanced stories and reflections IQ shares here to be amazing.

Seerah Ibn Ishaq by Ibn Ishaq (r) (d. 150-159H) - having lived so closely to the time of the Prophet [saw], and being from the earliest generations to follow. Ibn Ishaq (r) produced a work of biography on the Prophet [saw] that has been referenced classically by scholars throughout time in their development of their own writings on Seerah.

May Allah increase our desire to learn and emulate the Prophet [saw] and our love for him. Ameen!

Your brother,

@occhicone98 for @icp Another transformation - a shed at a junk yard is used by a pro-Ukrainian citizen battalion as an interrogation room for prisoners. These include captured Russians, separatists, local drug dealers, corrupt politicians. Battalion members say that fighting corruption and change for Ukraine going forward is equally as important as winning the war and maintaining Ukraine’s sovereignty. With the war intensitying over the past few days, they will have little resources to continue this part of their struggle. I saw the prisoners but was not permitted to photograph them. They appeared nervous but in good physical condition and were being fed the same food as the battalion members.since this picture was taken last week, many of the men from this battalion have been killed at the siege in Ilovaisk. #ilovaisk #ukraine #slavaukraini #battaliondonbas #battaliondonbass #donbas #donbass #stopputin #vscocam (at near krasnoarmeask ukraine )