such a great record


Okita Soushi was created by Gosho Aoyama as an antagonist of Yaiba, in the eponymous series, before Detective Conan even started.

Okita’s resurgence in Detective Conan created some fangirling waves. I thought it was time to set the record straight, like the great @serinoxtv did.

Art by me, Shin Red Dear

Detective Conan is property of Gosho Aoyama & Shogakukan

Who wants to talk about murders? :D” ~

Have to thank @carmenmcs for this great idea she had for the gif and for recording it. Though this is just a part of it, there’s more and even funnier. I’ll start editing videos we recorded that day for a new vlog on youtube, so “be sure to tune in!” #FeelingLikeShadowNaotoOnTV xD

P.S: Also thanks to @masterkaran to make sure I didn’t fall (from the back)  while making this x’D 

anonymous asked:

that's why i think louis is coming out soon. the silence of the jungwirths + eleanor's absence at ultra fest for one. but what's incredibly telling for me is the increased sabotage from his team on making no efforts to promote louis. if he isn't making money then that means they can't make money off him. unless he's not their property for them to have the right to profit off of. i don't think louis is attached by as many strings as we think. we have 2 weeks until april 7th so... let's see.

Anonymous said to shadyshit91:louis could come out too though!!! aah the single’s debut already ties to 28 which i doubt is coincidence. plus louis just followed dim mak which is another record label! :D

It’d indeed be great if they were free to do so and as they want to - I just don’t see it happening so soon (If they do tho, I’ll be very glad to be wrong)


Sharon: Why’d you tell Amanda that I’d probably forget to show up today?

Hannah: Let’s face it Sharon, your track record is not great.

S: That is grossly unfair.

H: Last we spoke, you told me you were essentially regretting your marriage. I thought it was going to be a return to your old ways.

S: And what would they be?

H: Reckless and selfish. Fine I suppose when you’re young and single, but you’re neither of those things now, Sharon. And with a child, no less.

S: Let’s face it, I’m never going to compare to the perfect wife and mother, Hannah Bell, am I? I never did hold a candle to you in our parents’ eyes.

H: Oh, come on.

S: It’s true. You were the good girl, I was the screw up.

H: You spent your adolescence skipping school and chasing boys. A habit which lasted right up until your wedding day, if rumours are to be believed.

S: That’s it, I’m leaving.

H: Sharon! Sit back down and-

S: Guess I’ll see you at Henry’s birthday in a couple days. Don’t forget to- oh, look who I’m talking to. As if you ever would.


I’ll never be able to swallow the fact that people feel the need to attach a successful woman to a man when they say her name. I saw a headline, they called someone another someone’s ex, and that pissed me off. This person has had so many great records in the last year, and she hasn’t been dating him forever. Call her by her name.

Using genealogy to find your trans-cestors

My grandpa does genealogy for fun and he just emailed me about my great grandmother’s great-great-granduncle who was born Sally Strout in Maine, 1791-1871. He identified as male rather than female and went to the lawmakers of Maine to ask them to recognize him as male, allow him a name change and to be allowed to marry a woman. This caused a lot of hoopla since that just wasn’t done at the time, but in the end Albion Peter Strout got his name change and gender recognition, and legally married a lady, Mary Dorsett, on August 31st 1835. He was well thought of by his peers and owned a tavern and sawmill in Buxton, Maine.

We have ALWAYS existed and the historical records are there to prove it. Genealogy is a great resource for learning about our trans ancestors (and LGBTQ+ too!) and it should be used to its fullest potential. Now I know I have a confirmed trans guy related to me who lived 200 years ago and not only had the respect of his town but even got the law on his side in a time when people like him weren’t taken seriously!! Dig around and see what you find about your own family history. Even if you hate your family that’s living, you may find some amazing and inspirational relatives who have passed on.

“ I really think that for us, who all grew up listening primarily to recorded music, we tend to forget that until about 120 years ago ephemeral experience was the only one people had. I remember reading about a huge fan of Beethoven who lived to the age of 86 [in the era before recordings], and the great triumph of his life was that he’d managed to hear the Fifth Symphony six times. That’s pretty amazing. They would have been spread over many years, so there would have been no way of reliably comparing those performances. “

~Brian Eno

A pair of black-capped donacobius call to affirm their territory. Top bird nerd fact for the day- this type of singing is known as an antiphonal duet - a behaviour few birds are capable of where two individuals or groups sing alternately at speed with great precision! Unfortunately I wasn’t recording sound! Filmed in the southern Pantanal, Brazil, on assignment for @stevewinterphoto, @natgeo and @natgeowild. Follow Steve and I (@bertiegregory) for news on our jaguar film coming soon!


Hey Allllllll,

Today the tour stops in Dallas, TX. LGBTQ history runs deep in Dallas, and The Dallas Way keeps great record of it. Founded in 2011, the organization’s mission is to compile the untold stories of local LGBTQ community members. The Dallas Way has partnered with the University of North Texas to create a digital exhibit chronicling the people, issues, and events that were important to the LGBTQ community in this area.

On the #SuburbiaTour we are focusing on LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum in schools. The work that these two organizations are doing is immensely important. If LGBTQ history isn’t made available to the public, it will be like these people never existed. If LGBTQ kids grow up seeing people they identify with making a difference and shaping the world in which they live, they will know that they too, can make an impact in the world.

The organization we are working with tonight is The Resource Center. The Resource Center’s Youth First program is one of the only programs in the area specifically focused on the needs of LGBTQ youth. With approximately 15,000 LGBTQ youth living in North Texas, these services are vital in helping them with issues they face with their family members, peers, and fellow students. Youth First serves those ages 12-18, helping them strengthen healthy relationships, and build the confidence they need to lead an authentic life.

Want a ticket upgrade? We’re taking donations of basic necessities that are often taken for granted. We are asking that you bring a new stick of deodorant to donate at the show. Bring at least one to be entered in a raffle for a ticket upgrade.

Thanks ya’ll and see u tonight!!!

Troye x