it just hit me that lance most likely doesn’t even remember actually shooting sendak at all. his “apparently” automatically turns this statement into that of a third person account, the words of someone who wasn’t there to actually witness the event itself. not to mention the fact that his recollection of the encounter is different than what actually happened, which would make sense if all he knew about that moment was what was told to him by 4 different people who experienced it differently during a hectic situation.
lance has been shown on multiple occasions to doubt his abilities when the upmost trust is placed upon them. we’ve seen it on beta traz and with the mermaids. it’s not so far out of left field to think that he has doubts as to whether or not he actually did what the team told him he did.
lance was one of the most essential aspects of their victory that night, and he doesn’t even genuinely believe it happened.
As March comes to an end, we have one last inspirational and positive female role model for #WomensHistoryMonth!
Kate McKinnon’s first major role was on Logo’s The Big Gay Sketch Show. Since then, she’s won our hearts with her countless celebrity impersonations and wacky personas on Saturday Night Live. After starring in the Ghostbusters reboot last year, she’s gearing up to voice Ms. Frizzle in the Magic School Bus revival, and we can’t wait to see what she does next!
Hehehe, these are super old now (pre Suffering Game!) but since I’m on the road to probably revamping the way I draw Taako for maybe the 18th time I figured I’d toss up these sketch pages of good ol’ Tres Horny Boys™️
EDIT: Forgot that tumblr hates…. images…… click thru for hi res!
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Africa’s first female president (and the women who elected her)
Last night on The Daily Show, Trevor Noah had as his guest Helene Cooper, an author and journalist promoting a book called Madame President about Africa’s first female president.
Y'all, you have to watch this clip from last night. It’s only 6 minutes and doesn’t go into great detail, but it will absolutely make you want to find this book and jump into her story. The way the women of Liberia banded together to elect her over an unqualified celebrity….man….it makes you want to trade a certain portion of women here for Liberia’s female population instead.