Take This To Your Grave (2nd Press Blue Vinyl) From Under the Cork Tree (2nd Press 2xLP Maroon Splatter Vinyl) Infinity On High (2nd Press 2xLP Blue & White Splatter Vinyl) Folie à Deux (1st Press 2xLP Red & Orange Vinyl) Save Rock and Roll (1st Press 2xLP Red Vinyl) American Beauty / American Psycho (1st Press Ice Blue Vinyl)
can we talk abt the native american rep in wonder woman tho???? Eugene Brave Rock slayed my entire life; his role wasn’t a stereotypical “medicine man”, con man, or s*vage, and it wasn’t played by a white person coughcoughunbreakablekimmyschmidt. i almost cried seeing him there, seeing him represent his culture. ive genuinely never seen a good representation of a native american ever. in anything. i just,,, im so happy
On August 9, 1757, Elizabeth Hamilton, sometimes called “Eliza” or “Betsey,” was born. She
was co-founder and deputy director of the first private orphanage in New York City. She was the wife of American founding father Alexander Hamilton.
Finally I drew James Monroe in his own piece. Hes slowly becoming one of my favorite historical figures. I recently found out he was one of the first to ride a steamboat and instantly wanted to draw it, and after a week of work, its payed off.
Seventeen are in LA for two weeks. They will have ~42 meals. I’m excited that Josh can experience all the things that he’s missed while being in Korea. Let them visit all the mundane traditional American restaurants like Ihop and Inn n out. Take a trip to walmart just to make hot dogs in their hotel. Probably eat some damn good mexican food. I hope Josh takes them to all the big, common, chain places and also to the little “hidden treasures” he found over the years. I hope that he takes him to all his favorite places that he had to leave behind when he moved. I hope that, just for a while, they don’t feel like celebrities. And that Josh just feels like he’s back home. But this time he gets to share his old life with his brothers and bongbong.