“Why hello there, neighbor: my name is Fix-It Felix Jr. from the game Fix-It Felix Jr. I was making rounds to find my friend, Ralph, also from the game Fix-It Felix Jr., when Tapper over there was telling me that you were making quite a ruckus. I felt it was my duty not only to introduce myself to you since I’ve never seen you around these parts, BUT to also ask you if you could please calm down a bit? It wouldn’t go unappreciated.”
“…Do you even, hoo-hoo~*HIC*, do you even KNOW who I AM? The crowwwn I wear? The title I hold?!”
W-well no, sir, I can’t say I do. As I just said, I, erm… don’t know you OR your… crown. I haven’t met you before, and I-
KC was [probably] promptly escorted off the premise and lead home by a not-very-happy Sour Bill, who literally had to almost drag him dead-weight to the castle. Or at least through GCS embarrassingly to the kart.)
nettlestonenell expressed a wish to see more mini-Muskeladies, and it was my pleasure to oblige! I couldn’t squeeze in every female character who’s ever been on the show, but here’s a selection of my favourites.
On April 24, 2015, CNN announced Jake Tapper, a white man, would take over State Of The Union from Candy Crowley. As a result of Tapper’s appointment, five white men will now host all five of the Sunday morning talk shows. This post from Media Matters includes charts and graphs of the representation of “white men” and “everybody else” in guest appearances on This Week, Face the Nation, FOX News Sunday, Meet the Press, and State of the Union.
I’m slowly working on a Game Central Station in isometric sprites. So far the only things I’ve made myself (as in are not placeholder items) are Bill (for no good reason) and the PSA boxes. Areas so-far set up (but nowhere near done): the power strip, Tapper’s, and Niceland Apartments.