Yoda vs Mace shade-throwing contest, Shaak Ti vs Plo on who adopted more children, clones vs battle droids sass-off
Yoda vs Mace – Shade Edition: oh MAN this one took me a while, because we all know they both excel at this. I’m going to go with Yoda, only because eventually Mace will just end up getting flat-out angry and yelling at people, whereas Yoda can generally maintain that whole “I don’t even know who you ARE” thing.
Shaak Ti vs Plo – Who Loves More Clones Edition: OMG. I just picture this ending in an escalating series of public displays of affection towards the clones. Plo takes them all to the movies, Shaak Ti treats them all to a day at the beach. Plo bribes a Senator into allocating extra money for them to each get an expensive gift at Space Christmas (even though that ended up costing several billion credits), Shaak Ti dedicates a song to each individual clone on the radio. No one wins. Except the GAR.
Clones vs Battle Droids – Sass Edition: Clones. Just because I said so.
One thing I’m really grateful for is that this isn’t my life every day like it used to be. It’s just tonight, and it’s going to be alright. I’m just really overtired and stressed. And my hand is sore which is really weird. But mostly I’m just overtired.
The whole body tremors are really unusual though, it’s like having an earth quake starting in my chest.
I woke up dizzy and anxious. It just took me by surprise I guess but I have had that blood rushing in my ears sound all night which I just ignored for the most part (but maybe I should have listened to).
Could you tell me please, how many hours should I try to practice each day to get a hold of the digital art? (From your own way to see it.) Thank you
Oh boy. Questions like are difficult because everyone learns art differently and improve at different paces with it. Art really is subjective. ^^;
But just keep practicing as often as possible??? I’ve been only doing digital art for about a year now?? .__. It took me quite a while to get the hang of it, because I had already been doing traditional art for many years before, so I did that whole thing where I would hold the tablet pen all awkwardly and my lines were INCREDIBLY SHAKEY.
Also I had no ideas how layers worked, clipping group, selection source and all that was. lol it’s like everything I knew about art was suddenly a lie. ◉_◉ so many drawings, user settings, and tutorials later I’d say I got a pretty okay handle on it. :D I mean there is still a lot I don’t know and I still got a long way to go. x__x
But yeah, just keep practicing with it and take breaks, especially if you get tired, frustrated or anything like that. It won’t do you any good to force it!! (._.) ( l: ) ( .-. ) ( :l ) (._.) So go forth and happy arting~! ♪~ ᕕ(ᐛ)ᕗ
‘Why do stars fall down from the sky Every time you walk by? Just like me, they long to be Close to you’
As I said before, Noah sings in a choir while Jr plays the guitar. They got close when once Jr was playing in the hall of the hotel during a competition stay and Noah joined him by singing what he was playing (IT TOOK A LOT OF COURAGE FOR NOAH TO DO IT BUT BOY DID IT PAY OFF IN THE END!!) They have very similar musical tastes. Playing together has become a tradition lately, they really get along well
It took me days to get time together to read this whole thing, but I have finally done it.
This is it. This is the one article you need to read to understand just what is going on in Britain, America, and Russia.
This is the one piece of writing you need and can use to reference the very chilling reality that these countries have been tied together in the machinations of just a few billionaires, and how Facebook and Google tie in insidiouslyi.
I keep telling y’all to stop fucking with facebook but that’s moot now. It’s so much bigger than this.
“Was that really what you called it, I ask him. Psychological warfare? “Totally. That’s what it is. Psyops. Psychological operations – the same methods the military use to effect mass sentiment change. It’s what they mean by winning ‘hearts and minds’. We were just doing it to win elections in the kind of developing countries that don’t have many rules.”Why would anyone want to intern with a psychological warfare firm, I ask him. And he looks at me like I am mad. “It was like working for MI6. Only it’s MI6 for hire. It was very posh, very English, run by an old Etonian and you got to do some really cool things. Fly all over the world. You were working with the president of Kenya or Ghana or wherever. It’s not like election campaigns in the west. You got to do all sorts of crazy shit.”“
This is not just a story about social psychology and data analytics.
It has to be understood in terms of a military contractor using military strategies on a civilian population.
Us. David Miller, a professor of sociology at Bath University and an authority in psyops and propaganda, says it is “an extraordinary scandal that this should be anywhere near a democracy. It should be clear to voters where information is coming from, and if it’s not transparent or open where it’s coming from, it raises the question of whether we are actually living in a democracy or not.”
“And it was Facebook that made it possible. It was from Facebook that Cambridge Analytica obtained its vast dataset in the first place. Earlier, psychologists at Cambridge University harvested Facebook data (legally) for research purposes and published pioneering peer-reviewed work about determining personality traits, political partisanship, sexuality and much more from people’s Facebook “likes”. And SCL/Cambridge Analytica contracted a scientist at the university, Dr Aleksandr Kogan, to harvest new Facebook data. And he did so by paying people to take a personality quiz which also allowed not just their own Facebook profiles to be harvested, but also those of their friends – a process then allowed by the social network.”
Read this. Read the entire thing. It will take you a while and it’s a lot to digest but you need to know.
@sunderlorn we’re finally completely united in propaganda, isn’t that nice!?
You date a boy and afterwards, I watch you turn him into a city. You say, this is the road where his car went over the guardrail and he walked away without a scratch and took three whole days to call you. You say, this is the road where you threw my flowers out to make room for him in the passenger seat. You say, this is the road between his house and our apartment. This is the restaurant you used to frequent with him, which is also where you took me for our first dinner date. This is the used condom we found stuck between the wall and my side of the bed. These are the sheets you still hadn’t changed by the time I moved in. This is someone else’s bed and I am laying awake at night in it, folding and unfolding city maps, wondering if there’s a casual way to say, “Hey, is your ex-boyfriend Rome? because everything leads back to him.”