When I was a kid, I thought Zootopia was this perfect place where everyone got along
and anyone could be anything. Turns out, real life’s a little bit more
complicated than a slogan on a bumper sticker. Real life is messy. We
all have limitations. We all make mistakes. Which means, hey, glass half
full, we all have a lot in common. And the more we try to understand
one another, the more exceptional each of us will be. But we have to
try. So no matter what type of animal you are from the biggest elephant to our first fox, I implore you: Try. Try
to make the world a better place. Look inside yourself and recognize
that change starts with you.
It starts with me. It starts with all of us.
Watch this “stock footage compilation” before it disappears! It is
actually the near-legendary documentary “The World of Comic Books,“
which aired on Canadian television in 1978. Appearances by Mike Gold,
Stan Lee, Archie Goodwin, Jack C. Harris, Trevor Von Eeden, Jim
Steranko, Neal Adams, Julie Schwartz, and John Romita Jr.
I’m glad there’s been an update on the Stan Frederick front (or on any slenderverse front, for that matter), but I’m gonna be fuckin pissed if everybody literally just stops making videos and the whole slenderverse just ends b/c The Administrator just leaves people alone when they stop recording him. I don’t think that will happen though, so I’m really anticipating everybody’s next move, especially Noah’s.
As the manhunt continues for Steve Stephens, the family of the victim, 74-year-old Robert Godwin Sr., have taken to social media to honor the life of a beloved relative they say was “a good man” through and through.
Below are some of the details of Godwin’s life, as described by those who loved him.
“He’d give you the shirt off his back,” one of Godwin’s family members said during a tearful interview with CNN affiliate WOIO.
“This man right here was a good man. I hate he’s gone. I don’t know what I’m going to do. … It’s not real.”
Family mattered most to him. In an interview with Cleveland.com, Godwin’s son, Robert Godwin Jr., said that his father is survived by nine children, 14 grandchildren and many great grandchildren.
He loved to fish and clean up litter. Godwin Jr. said that his father had gone fishing the Saturday before he was killed, a hobby he particularly enjoyed in his retirement.
He also said that Godwin Sr. often patrolled the streets with a plastic shopping bag, picking up the aluminum cans he saw on the ground along the way. Read more (4/17/17 1 PM)