pretty good for a human

I hear it is Jaxter Friday?? ? :D

I drew this cause I reminded myself of this scene in Jak 2 and wanted to “De-Ottsel”, it, as I tend to do sometimes, but it could maybe count as the theme of “Jaxterfy a scene” too, right?

(Scene is of course, when we are first introduced to Sig via Krew, and Jak turns, sees the big guy, and immediately goes into defense position and THROWS HIS ARM OUT to protect Dax, who is standing right behind him because Sig may or may not be a threat to them, he don’t know at that point)


Drawn a little crappily because my Krita is really chuggy lately. It had the good graces to be functional while I finished my big full color Jaxter piece the other day, but we’re back to this.


bernie wolfe + @ao3tagoftheday (2/?)



nine in the afternoon // panic! at the disco

Please, please, please, don’t let cultural Christianity be your indication of who God is.

Don’t let Christians who act hateful and bitter be your indication of who God is.

Don’t let Christians who act superior be your indication of who God is.

Don’t let Christians who always seem fed up with everyone and everything be your indication of who God is.

Don’t let your Christian friends who love you - but dang sometimes they shouldn’t have said that one thing - be your indication of who God is.

Don’t let me - I mean, I try but I’m a mess of issues and sometimes I get tired and act like an ungrateful pile of snark - be your indication of who God is.

Don’t let humans - who sometimes do a pretty darn good job of showing who God is but are inevitably going to mess up at some point and let you down - be your indication of who God is.

Don’t let anybody but Jesus Christ be your indication of who God is. 

missteagodess  asked:

What would the 104th and the vets do in a fashion show? Would the slay that catwalk or face plant into the public 😂

Mikasa: Slays, though her walk is more military than catwalk, walks to ‘My songs know what you did in the dark’ by FOB
Reiner: Would be pretty darn good like nice, dude, walks to ‘I’m too sexy’ by Right Said Fred
Bertholdt: Would kinda mess up but look good while doing so, would walk to ‘Tainted love’ my Marilyn Manson
Annie: Would be amazing! Like wow! Would walk to ‘Blue Monday’ by The New Order
Eren: Would kinda suck but everyone would love it anyway, walks to GurenNo Yumiya by Linked Horizon
Jean: Would try too hard… would walk to ‘crazy in love’ by Beyoncé
Marco: Too cute for this shit, walks to ‘Manic Monday’ by The Bangles
Sasha: Would fuck up tbh, probably even fall, walks to ‘Happy’ by Pharell Williams
Connie: Would do pretty good, better than expected, walks to ‘Hotline Bling’ by Drake
Historia: Slays, like wow what the fuck! Walks to ‘Zombie’ by The Cranberries
Armin: Would try and do okay, but not great, walks to ‘Shape of you’ by Ed Sheeran
Ymir: Would do more entertainment than modeling, walks to ‘Call on me’ By Eric Prydz
Levi: Doesn’t try, everyone loves it, he has no clue why, walks to ‘The Greatest’ by Sia
Hanji: Is more creepy than fashionable, walks to ‘Human’ by Rag’n’Bone man
Erwin: Pretty good, yes, the peeps love it, walks to ‘Pillow Talk’ by Zayn
Nanaba: Might fall face first, walks to ‘Blank Space’ by Taylor Swift
Mike: Doesn’t do good, but it looks nice anyway, walks to ‘Starboy’ by The Weeknd
Moblit: Trips, but is professional about it, walks to ‘She Will Be Loved’ By Maroon 5

Obviously I have never seen a Fashion Show (except Victoria’s secret, because wow!)

Consider Matt x Lotor

So, after reading this post, @lioness-voltron and I talked about possibilities, especially considering this video, and we came up with this idea.

So, if Lotor is a villain, and he kidnapped Matt, imagine this…

  • Lotor kidnaps Matt Holt, hoping to get information about Earth, since it’s the home of the paladins, and he could leverage that information to defeat them. He hopes that it will improve his status if he can come up with a successful strategy.
  • Matt, however, isn’t really into the idea of being used like this, so he just starts messing with him instead.
  • Lotor: “You will tell me all about your home, Earthling.”
    Matt: “Earth? Earth is a nightmare planet. If you set foot on the surface, you die. Kids learn how to survive by stepping on objects. We call it The Floor is Lava.”
  • Lotor: “Tell me about your leaders.”
    Matt: “We don’t have leaders. We all obey these fuzzy insects called bumblebees. They’re pretty good at giving us directions. And honey.”
  • Lotor: “What are your weaknesses?”
    Matt: “Humans die if you backflip away from them. And it really hurts us if you whistle.”
  • When Lotor whistles experimentally, Matt pretends to be in agonizing pain.
  • Matt: “We have something called a 5 second rule where if you drop something, you only have 5 seconds to retrieve it or it’s as good as gone.”
    Lotor: “Your planet sounds dangerous.”
  • He just keeps coming up with increasingly more ridiculous things, offering 100% wrong information. He is coping with his whole imprisonment by making himself laugh. 
  • Matt also tosses in something just to mess with Lotor when he notices that no one else is allowed to interrogate him. “I should warn you. Humans secrete a toxin that makes you fall in love with them if you spend too much time around them. You need to be careful.”
  • Lotor is pretty sure he’s lying, and he laughs it off.
  • Until one night, he wakes up after a dream that leaves him questioning things. “I think… I think I have been affected by the human’s toxin.”
  • He storms up to Matt, shouting, “How does one reverse the effects of your toxins, human?”
    Matt just grins. “Oh, that? I was just messing with you. Humans don’t do that.” Then, he laughs. “Are you really in love with me? Geez, I must be cuter than I thought.”

anonymous asked:

Psst, Orson Scott Card's Ender's Game series is pretty good at the whole human/alien differences. It's not so much that 'humans are space oddities' as it is 'there is absolutely no guarantee that humans and aliens share anything in common and here are some idea about how different from us aliens can be and while we're at it, give humans thousands of years to evolve on different planets and we may not even be the same as each other anymore' + deep thinking including an analysis of human behavior

Ooh, thanks! Adding that to my in-progress book list.

so, i noticed that my human bill turned a year old this month (ayy same birth-month!) so I thought it would be funny and interesting to compare him to the first real drawing I ever made of him (theres more but they are all sketches and TERRIBLE) and OH BOY CHECK THIS OUT the guy changed a lot! I love it tho, it’s a good change and he went through a lot of that but I’m super at peace with where he is right now. I really wanna draw my AU as a comic now.

Chamber of Secrets - Part 15

Originally posted by led-lite

Pairing: Bucky x Reader 

Summary: After the Avenger’s falling out, you were put in charge of putting Bucky together. Under King T’Challa’s orders, you were given a month’s time to create a new arm while simultaneously figure out how to get the triggering memories of his past out of his mind. As the time goes by, you found yourself confiding in him, despite his frozen state.

A/N: AAAAAAAKKKKKKKK, okay this series is getting long and out of hand, sorry? lmao. LET THE DEFROSTING BEGIN! 

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come to think of it, i’ve never drawn noiz in a suit before…


dreamingbooknerds  asked:

Hey Dr Ferox! Newbie vet here, just wondering if you have any quick tips about working with clients that are human medicos? I had a GP client come in with a dog that had 'a sore mouth' but they'd already gone and bought liquid amoxyclav and meloxicam and started dosing the dog ('checked the dose with a vet friend'), and the lesion had practically disappeared. I was kinda internally screaming the whole consult.

I don’t have one that’s quite that bad. At least amoxyclav and meloxicam are relatively safe in most (definitely not all) species.

There are doctors out there writing ‘extra’ scripts for owners to get medication for their pet through human pharmacies. That’s because with Australia’s Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme certain medications are cheaper for humans. This is fraud and practicing veterinary medicine without a license, and if you can identify this it should be reported. It’s also poor patient care because owners suddenly think they don’t need to bring their pets in for check ups any more, and are not looking for side effects of NSAIDS, or whether the dose of heart medication or insulin needs to be changed.

Most of my human doctor clients have been pretty good, though some tend to be on the demanding side and one always gets into a snit when they’re waiting for more than five minutes because “My time is important.” I often muse on how ironic this is when waiting for an hour because the doctor’s are running late at my partner or my medical appointments.

I generally ‘forget’ that they are human doctors and treat them like anybody else. Most GPs are certainly capable of being personable, at least when they feel like it, and a good one will realize that they’re not the only doctor in the room.

As for quick tips:

  • Be professional. Be good. I could criticize lots of GPs for not really listening to their patients, for not doing a thorough clinical exam, for not making eye contact and not addressing all the concerns in the consult. Show them how it’s done.
  • Prescribe exactly what you need. Don’t allow there to be ‘extra’ medication at the end of the treatment course.
  • ‘Apologize’ that there will be a few minute wait before you have Xray results or blood results. (If you’re unfamiliar with the human medical system, you often have to go to a different building and wait days for results.)
  • Be aware of legislation.
  • Be aware of comparative anatomy and physiology differences. Human doctors often find this interesting and it reminds them that they don’t know everything there is to know about this species.
  • Remind them if the clinic is open late and on weekends. This is very useful for nurses too, those that say “I work a lot so I can’t come into the clinic during the week” are sometimes taken aback when you say “Well we’re open from 8am to 8pm and can do an early drop off by prior arrangement.” Most human nurses in particular are surprised at just how long our days are. 

But to be fair, remember that we’re not perfect either. Veterinarians are known for treating their own wounds, for popping some amoxyclav when we get bitten by a cat, or taking some metoclopramide if we’re nauseous at work. There are vets that will self-prescribe from the veterinary pharmacy rather than leave work for the day.

It happens. One part of this is the reluctance to leave work when it’s busy, and you only ever get injured when it’s busy. The other part is the reluctance to deal with the often slow and convoluted human medical system. You have to do this eventually anyway, this self-treatment should really only be limited to first aid.

I mean, technically I am allowed to treat a human in the absence of more a more qualified individual. That does imply that an effort should be made to find the appropriate individual, whether that’s a paramedic, nurse, or human doctor.