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Native tribe files legal challenge to Dakota Access Pipeline

  • In a last-ditch effort to block construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, one of the Native American tribes directly affected by construction filed a legal challenge in a federal court on Thursday morning, according to the Associated Press.
  • The legal action follows news that acting Secretary of the Army Robert Speer ordered the United States Army Corps of Engineers to complete the $3.8 billion pipeline, despite mass protests from Native peoples whose land and water could be devastated by its construction. Read more

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Hey all!  Sorry for the lack of posts recently, I’ve had my head down with some projects that hopefully I’ll be able to talk more about soon!

In the mean-time, with the release of Mass Effect: Andromeda bearing down on us, I thought I would make a quick post collecting some of my Mass Effect related art!

If you enjoy any of these, please take a quick gander at my Society 6 Shop  and see if there are any you would like to pick up!  The support is incredibly appreciated!



Mazda Savanna/RX-3, 1972. Mike Whiddett described the RX-3 as “my favourite car of all time”. It was a compact, rotary-engined model range available as a GT coupé, saloon or sport wagon. The 1972 RX-3 was the world’s first rotary-powered station wagon. Prior to the RX-7 the RX-3 was Mazda’s most popular rotary engined car and, unusually for most model ranges, the GT coupé was the most popular variant with 50% of all RX-3 sales. It remained in production until 1978 and was succeeded by the RX-7, Mazda having been encouraged by the success of coupé model