okay so it’s been a few weeks since i’ve participated in bfsn so if this is like an overload on selfies, i apologize. these are from the last week or so from various halloween-y related activities happening in my life right now.
I feel like FFXV is stretching a little far on the definition of “omen”, tbh. I was expecting Noctis to see the grim in his tea leaves, not Regis to have an excruciatingly vivid and detailed vision of his son destroying himself and in the process the world while trying his best to do the right thing. I need wine.
so i saw a video of a taxidermist using a bird flesher style wire wheel to do the detail fleshing/cleanup on small mammals and immediately thought “I NEED THAT”. so my dad helped me put this together. it probably won’t work quite as well as a $300-$500 fleshing machine, but for just $20 (i only had to buy the wire brush and adapter to fit it to the motor, my dad had the rest lying around), it’s a worthy investment even if it only helps a little. i’m going to test it out tonight on one of my personal pelts. hopefully i don’t tear it to shreds :’-)
If you got the chance to play match-maker what three couples would you like to see happen?
“Couples?” Clearly, she was disappointed. “What eve happened to good ol’ fights to the death? No? Alright, then. I suppose the idea of Ajay Dhale and Adalene Flores isn’t entirely repulsive. Maybe Whitney Dallas and Valen Laurent isn’t that bad, either. And for the hell of it, I’ll throw Acacia Stokely and Kaya Araki together.”
James H. Stokes, 185th NY Volunteers, aged 20, admitted to Harewood Hospital, April 2nd, 1865. Wounded, March 29th, 1865, by a Minié ball at Gravelly Run, VA, gun shot wound of right forearm and elbow. Treated gangrene externally with turpentine and kerosine oil.