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Things Confirmed In Storm In The Room
  • SU has its own version of Mad Libs
  • Steven has messy handwriting 
  • Steven is back in normal clothes
  • The Zoomen earrings can my taken off easily 
  • One of Connie’s patients stole Connie’s Moms phone charger
  • Roses room can create a version of Rose
  • Steven believes he didn’t have a normal adolescence due to his mom being gone
  • You cant take a picture of Rose in Roses Room
  • There was a Peanuts reference this episode
  • Steven has thought about dying his hair pink
  • Steven sees two different versions of Rose ( One good, One bad)
  • Steven thinks Rose created him so she wouldn’t have to deal with her problems
  • Roses room can produce lightning and rain
  • Steven does believe what Rose said in the tape
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J. M. W. Turner (c. 1775-1851)

Born Joseph Mallord William Turner, this artist suffered many family hardships during his young life. The death of a sister and the institutionalization of his mother, Turner was sent to his uncle to be raised. On a happier note, it was during these times in his young life which his interest in art grew. His family - what little of it he had - supported his artistic endeavours, and when he was just fourteen years old, he was accepted into the Royal Academy of Art.

Turner was quite the prodigy. Exhibiting his work just after a year of study, he continued entering his paintings into successful exhibitions. He became a master in both watercolour and oil medium. Travelling all around Europe, J. M. W. Turner was not just a well-known name in London.

His works are absolutely gorgeous. There are few landscape artists that create paintings so striking as his. The way he works the paint to give the land such airy, cloudy, and atmospheric feel required an immense talent. He often painted destroyed landscapes, such as shipwrecks and even the 1834 Burning of Parliament. Capturing often naturally violent scenes, Turner clearly understood the effects of lighting. This understanding clearly shows itself in his later works, which became more impressionistic and held less focus on the subject matter itself. Colour and lighting help priority and is exactly what sets Turner’s art apart from many other painters of the time.

It’s difficult picking a favourite piece by Turner, but I feel these above, Modern Rome (Campo Vacino) and Snow Storm: Steam-Boat off a Harbour’s Mouth (1842), illustrate the specific style he incorporated during his whole artistic career.

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I’d like to introduce you all yo my new original gijinka OC: 1000 Degree Knife Chan.

“The only reason I’m so hot… is because of you senpai…”

Women’s Day

In honor of the women who are bravely making their point today in a world where intelligence and a sense of social justice are mocked and ridiculed, I drew another four Pussyhat Superheroes for y'all! <3 Miss Marvel, Miss America, Catwoman, and Storm are joining the ranks of the other Marvel and DC heroes fighting for the rights of citizens, immigrants, and refugees all over the United States! KEEP ON FIGHTING THE GOOD FIGHT, LADIES~

Moon Mermaid Rain washing Spell

To wash away negativity, guilt and emotional pains

This spell was inspired by the song Coming Home (Dirty Money)

One day when it’s raining, go outside (be careful not to catch some cold), and imagine yourself surrounded by black energy coming out of you. This is all the bad things you are keeping inside. Put all of your pains, all your angers and all the negative energy you feel around in this “black cloud” surrounding you.

Now, imagine the water drops cleaning you from this back energy, it is fading as the water poor on you. While visualizing that, pronounce these words:

“ Let the rain, wash away,

All the pain of yesterday

The ritual is done once all of the black energy has vanished.

Now, go take a hot shower before catching up some cold!

The Moon Mermaid

PS: Let me know if you want a pic version of this^^

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On this day in music history: March 20, 1986 - “Rapture”, the second album by Anita Baker is released. Produced by Michael J. Powell, Marti Sharron and Gary Skardina, it is recorded at Yamaha R&D Studios in Los Angeles, CA, Music Grinder Studios in Hollywood, CA and United Sound Studios in Detroit, MI from Mid 1985 - Early 1986. After making a solid impression with her debut album “The Songstress” in 1983, Anita Baker finds her career progress halted when she becomes mired in a lawsuit with Beverly Glen Records. Seeking to end her relationship with the label for non-payment of royalties, the label counter sues her for breach of contract. The case takes nearly two years to settle, but it is in Baker’s favor, allowing her to field offers from other record labels. Anita is signed to Elektra Records in 1985, giving her more autonomy and creative control. To produce her major label debut, Baker enlists Michael J. Powell, her former Chapter 8 band mate to work on the project. Initially, A&R at Elektra are not pleased, feeling that a “name” producer should work with her, but label president Bob Krasnow allows the singer to go with her original choice.  Powell assembles a team of top studio musicians including  bassists Louis Johnson (The Brothers Johnson), Jimmy Haslip (The Yellowjackets), Nathan East (Eric Clapton), “Ready” Freddie Washington (Patrice Rushen), Neil Stubenhaus, Earth, Wind & Fire saxophonist Don Myrick, guitarist Paul Jackson, Jr., drummers John Robinson (Rufus), Ricky Lawson (Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Steely Dan), and keyboardists Greg Phillinganes, Vernon Fails, Sir Dean Gant and percussionist Paulinho Da Costa. Spending six months in the studio, recording wraps in early 1986. When the first single “Watch Your Step” (#23 R&B) receives a muted response from radio, Elektra quickly follows it up with “Sweet Love” (#2 R&B, #3 AC, #8 Pop). The ballad is a multi-format smash, giving Anita Baker her long awaited breakthrough. The albums seamless blend of R&B, jazz and pop proves irresistible, standing out dramatically in an era dominated by sterile over-produced recordings. “Rapture” cements her status with her core R&B fan base, broadening her audience. It spins off a total of five singles including “Same Ole Love (365 Days A Year)” (#8 R&B, #6 AC, #44 Pop), “No One In The World” (#5 R&B, #9 AC, #44 Pop) and the title track “Caught Up In The Rapture” (#6 R&B, #9 AC, #37 Pop). Though not released as singles, “You Bring Me Joy” and “Mystery” also become R&B airplay favorites as well. The album wins Anita Baker her first two Grammy Awards including Best Female R&B Vocal Performance (for the full album) and Best R&B Song (“Sweet Love”) in 1987. “Rapture” spends three weeks at number one (non-consecutive) on the Billboard R&B album chart, peaking at number eleven on the Top 200, and is certified 5x Platinum in the US by the RIAA.