fascinate!

Oh god theres more

@angelcroc submitted: 

https://archiveofourown.org/works/11304861/chapters/25343823

Canon’s tricky to follow, so I might be veering off into the stratosphere. Still! I had an idea!

Now THAT took an unexpected turn!  I’m excited to see where it goes from here, should you continue the idea!

morally-ambiguous-llama  asked:

do you think junko's happiness at being executed was because of experiencing despair like she claimed, or because she knew she had at least two AI versions of herself made and that she was still basically a god to a whole bunch of despair-ified cult members? maybe both?

So I haven’t answered this ask because it required time on my part, so since I’m sitting here waiting for the next Exile Election video to finish encoding so I can upload it, let me take a crack at it.

Keep reading

Based off of Dasu’s Nakakapagpabagabag

(( hi i’m currently taking a 3 week course that teaches me how to life as an adult so i won’t be able to update much now but with the 25 minute break in each class i’ll put up doodles like this one, some of which will most likely not correlate to this blog unless i say so lol))

(for whatever reason I can’t seem to reply to replies from my dashboard anymore, so, uh…bear with me)

@saint-ripu said:

Patho, does opium itself cause the same sort of symptoms, or is it its own subject? I have my character Atlas who canonly fights a dependence on opium, but I skip it a lot because I don’t have this kind of amazing knowledge on the drug.

As far as I know, yes, straight opium and medications containing opium (like laudanum, for example) have the same side effects as opium derivatives, and also result in similar withdrawal effects if physical dependence or addiction is a factor. An opium overdose will also lead to the same problems you see with other narcotics.

One thing to consider with pure opium is that dosages are much harder to titrate, because the exact concentration of active ingredients can vary from preparation to preparation. Sometimes the effects will be a little stronger than usual, sometimes a little weaker. Pure opium is also weaker than the medications later derived from it, which is one of the reasons it was used medicinally and recreationally for centuries before people figured out how to synthesize morphine. It’s definitely possible to overdose on opium, because people very much did, both intentionally and unintentionally, but you would need a larger amount or a more concentrated form than you would for, say, a morphine overdose.

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Destiel Confessions

#2

Cas is telling Dean and himself that good circumstances of luck and fortunate events as this meeting can occur.
Dean can not believe that he will get out of there alive.
Even if he finds Castiel attractive, at that moment he is on fleeing or fighting mode. 
Albeit, both the are talking about the same issue, Castiel celebrates the love at the first sight, Dean can’t believe that this can be possible for him ever.

I’m afraid I think exactly like Dean.

A while ago I was lurking on Twitter and saw some film critics having a conversation about the eye lighting in giallo films (which are basically Italian horror and noir films from the ‘60s and ‘70s). Someone pointed out it was the same weird eye lighting they have in TOS. They speculated that it may have come from American noir but no one seemed to know for sure.

I did some research of my own and found out that:

a) It was probably made popular by the 1931 Dracula

b) It is now commonly known as a “Shatner light”

c) A lot of people also associate it with Morticia Addams

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Okay so, this is not even me just being a weeb; I am genuinely fascinated by the live Vocaloid concerts.

There’s so many things that I think about while I’m watching.

  • She doesn’t actually have a voice; it’s computer generated .
  • Someone had to 3D model not only her, but all the choreography of her dancing.
  • THERE ARE SO MANY FUCKING PEOPLE THERE.
  • The real humans playing the backup instruments on stage with her are really talented in that they know exactly what they need to do.
  • Not only is she dancing, she’s dancing really well. Like, the moves they give her are tight as shit.
  • These songs are really catchy.
  • The fucking 3D animation is sooo smooth. Not only her movement, but her hair as well. It interacts with her body like real hair would, and I appreciate whoever animated her.
  • Also, whoever animated her gave her poses and movements that act as interaction with the audience like a real performer does. They way she points and winks at the audience makes it that much more believable. 

I just think it’s really interesting, and I would fucking love to go to one of these concerts some day.