Hello yes I’m here for @goblinweek?? 

I thought–since I’ve made a bunch of goblins in the past that I’ve just tossed aside, the way I often do with random OCs–that maybe I could just redraw/redesign old WoW goblin characters I made that didn’t get much love. For goblin week. e______e

This is Quil and he’s a pirate, and I made him like 4 months ago. He’s mostly blind, but he thinks he looks better without the huge glasses he needs, so he just has his orc buddy help him move around by spotting him all the time. He likes to tell totally fake seafaring stories, but his orc friend just pretends to believe them because they both think it’s fun to spin tales and to let themselves think he’s done all of this adventurous and heroic stuff–when really he’s kind of just a scumbag.

They give illegal immigrants children free college but lie to their supporters and never intended to give them shit. They shut the government down because of daca and free college to non citizens. Democrats are scumbags

Just 13 days after the tax law was passed, Charles Koch and his wife, Elizabeth, donated nearly $500,000 to Ryan’s joint fundraising committee, according to a campaign finance report filed Thursday.

Five other donors, including billionaire businessmen Jeffery Hildebrand and William Parfet, each contributed $100,000 in the last quarter of 2017, according to the records.

“It looks like House Speaker Ryan is quickly being rewarded for passing this legislation that overwhelmingly benefits the Kochs and billionaires like them,” Adam Smith, spokesman for campaign finance reform nonprofit Every Voice, told the International Business Times, which first reported the Koch contributions.

Get this scumbag out of Washington.

life as an artist was so much easier for ppl who just had to paint portraits that suggested the rich scumbag who commissioned the was really hung or had a hot wife. these days u gotta worry about color balancing fursonas that not only resist but actively fight against being color balanced

- Narcian ranked 16/80. Making him THE HIGHEST RANKED VILLAIN IN BINDING BLADE??

- The fact that Narcian also placed over Galle (#22), which is both ironic and insulting

- Old Man Eliwood is #26, and this was before FE7 so how the hell. Somebody took his trial map stats and ran with them because he was only in the game for 2 minutes tops. Ffs he even placed over Zephiel (#29). The main villain.


- Astore. A decent unit and well meaning theif/spy, with great supports with Lilina and Bors about Marquess Ostia and feeling responsible for his death- ranked #75, lower than Erik “Traitor Bitch” Laus at #72

- People actually voted for Oro… The scumbag priest of the Western isles. Placing at #55, still over Guinevere.

- >Leygance getting votes (#69)

- Murdock being the lowest ranking Wyvern General at #49

- (extra but me and @gayfe4 don’t think Ziess should have placed over Miledy. or Oujay for that matter. Like, come on. it’s MILEDY-)

- Idunn and Dayan had no placings in the 2002 poll from what I could find, but Dayan was the lowest ranked Binding Blade characted in CYL

I know I had more to say and I forget but god

"How is it that you can go around attacking pimps and sex traffickers without getting arrested?"

Because when I mutilate scumbags like I do, I make sure the cops know exactly why they were destroyed… and no one gives a fuck about finding out who annihilated kidnappers and rapists. I am doing EXACTLY what cops WISH they could do when they find those sick pieces of shit. I have ears all over my city from all walks of life. The voices of the wind tell me many things, and one of them is that the cops are thankful to me. They appreciate what I’ve been doing and hope for my safety.

Sometimes you have to become evil to protect others from it.



time to dance // panic! at the disco

scumbag-stallion  asked:

What to do if you see a wolf in the wild? What if it seems aggressive?

If you encounter a wolf in the wild that is acting agressive towards you and is not scared of approaching you, the following is best to do: don’t run or turn your back on them. Instead, stand your ground, make yourself as big and tall as possible and make as much noise as you can - scream, turn up loud music on your phone, anything. Throw stuff at them if possible. If they don’t go away, back away slowly. This goes for encountering a pack of wolves as well. If they attack and you can, climb into a tree. Otherwise curl up on the ground and cover your face and neck.

In case you’re in an enclosure and a wolf is seemingly agressive: stand with your back to the fence, and move to the exit while keeping your back to the fence. Make sure you don’t trip.

The above situation of wild wolves being agressive and unafraid towards humans is an unlikely one. During most wild wolf encounters, the wolf will flee once it becomes aware of your presence, or will curiously observe you from a safe distance for a while without you even being aware of it, to then most likely loose interest and proceed doing whatever it was doing.

Encounters with wild wolves are rare, because wolves are shy animals. Over time, wolves learned to see us as dangerous, and will typically avoid us. If you spot a wolf in the wild, it is most likely not aware of your presence or has decided you’re not a threat. Most of the time they are aware of our presence first, instead of the other way around.

When a human enters a place where wild wolves live who aren’t familiar with humans (and so haven’t learned yet that we are dangerous to them), there is a chance they will come and check you out when they feel you are not a threat (which would most likely only be the case when you’re not moving and are sitting or lying down). In this case I mean really coming up close to sniff you and check you out. If this ever happens to you (although this is a véry unlikely thing because as stated above, most wolves ‘know’ of humans and learned to avoid them and see us as dangerous), best thing to do is stay low to the ground, don’t make sudden movements, and don’t make any eye contact. This makes it sound like they are very aggressive animals, but this is just purely to make sure to act in the most save way and to communicate good intentions - better safe than sorry. Once they’ve discovered you are not a threat, they will most likely loose interest in you, leave you alone and no longer bother about you. (Here’s a great video from the documentary “A woman among wolves”, in which a pack of curious wolves not yet familiar with humans approaches German biologist Gudrun Pflueger. To communicate to the wolves that she has good intentions, she lays on the ground, trying not to move much). 

Also it’s happening more and more that wild wolves become habituated due to people feeding wildlife, making them lose their natural shyness towards humans. This is problematic because these wolves are still wild predators who’s actions and interpretations of our actions can’t be predicted. Even a little warning bite from a scared wolf can be disastrous, and if an incident happens or if authorities decide the wolf is getting too close to people or urban areas, the wolf will get punished (which usually means said wolf being shot). Here and here are some tips on how to prevent wolves from becoming habituated.