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Well I WAS going to try out a new art program, but it was very laggy :T I’ll look into it later, but I wanted to draw…

Have some messy MP100 Daemon doodles instead ;”) 

im just gonna start making up shit about millennials and write articles because you know that all those baby boomers out there are gonna read them just so they can complain about it and ill make a fortune in ad revenue. “millennials dont lick envelopes anymore and here’s why” or “73% of millennials press the crosswalk button multiple times” and after 1000 comments from men named Harold i’ll be rolling in cash

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Dear Friends,

August marks a very important milestone in my life. I’m proud to say that as of the 23rd I am officially 10 years cancer free. With this in mind, The Dear Jack Foundation is embarking on our most ambitious fundraising effort to date. We call it the 72k Challenge.

Each year there are 72,000 newly diagnosed Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA) cancer patients. The AYA population consists of young adults ages 15-39 years of age. Our goal is to raise $72,000, one dollar for each newly diagnosed AYA patient and use those dollars to fund initiatives that make a difference in their lives.

For 10 years, Dear Jack has been working hand in hand with philanthropic organizations to advocate on behalf of this underserved community. Our efforts have funded college scholarships for young adult cancer survivors, added more than 1000 new names to the bone marrow registry, supported one of the first AYA medical fellowship programs and provided AYA cancer patients and survivors with opportunities to attend adventure camps with their peers, just to name a few. This year we are gearing up to execute the first ever program, wholly conceived, funded and organized by the DJF. We will be hosting a series of one day seminars targeting AYA cancer patients as they transition from treatment into survivorship. This is a particularly precarious time for young adults and we are hopeful that our work in this area will give those attending essential tools for a healthy transition into their lives, post cancer.

Please click the link to join the 72k Challenge!

You can also help by joining us on Thunderclap. Thunderclap is a tool that lets our message be heard when you and your friends say it together. Think of it as an “online flash mob.” We can share the same message at the same time spreading it through Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr.  Once we reach 500 people supporting the 72k challenge on Thunderclap our message will launch together!

Sincerely,
Andrew McMahon

“ i can’t… it’s not right…”

( 6 v 6 ;;;;) …I.. haven’t drawn this pairing in years, lord why did i ever stop?!

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My favorite part of the song 😆 1000 Years  ~  130120 

Only 2 days til Jinki’s birthday🎂

I said it mainly as a joke, but actually the idea of lesbian dominatrix Irene Adler meeting Molly Hooper and developing a big, sloppy, embarrassing crush on her, to the point where the woman who brought England to its knees gets weak in the knees and stutters whenever she’s near her morbid, mousy lady-love is very important to me.