1. nomorepros:

    Here is some other recent inkwork.
    I specialize in custom illustrations, characters, even do portrait work. Flowers are a given, I love doing those. Working these at Hightimes/Montreal Tattoo Art located downtown right in the heart of the Village. 

    If I’m ever getting a tattoo, I’m totes getting one from you.

    10:40 pm Tuesday, Jul 22nd 2014

    Via nomorepros (Originally from nomorepros)

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  2. limey404:

    i yearbooked

    i yearbooked hard

    have some pines twins, grades 9-12

    02:23 am Tuesday, Jul 22nd 2014

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  3. I feel the need to explain a thing

    renaroo:

    I’m literally about to go to bed but this has been just bugging me for a long time now and I feel like it’s gotta be said, even if it’s completely bleh and unintelligent sounding coming from me:

    After Cass has existed in comics with her own 73-issue series, her own recently republished origin…

    11:36 pm Monday, Jul 21st 2014

    Via renaroo (Originally from renaroo)

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  4. noire-pandora:

    I am that type of douchebag friend who doesn’t talk with you for weeks but still cares about you and hopes you still care too.

    11:33 pm Monday, Jul 21st 2014

    Via queen-jones (Originally from noire-pandora)

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  5. allaboardthebraidtrain answered your post: eyeballsarchive: amarettoblue: I’m l…

    Translate it first? I think?

    Ah, thanks for the answer, but someone helped me already. :)

    04:41 pm Monday, Jul 21st 2014

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  6. eyeballsarchive:

    amarettoblue:

    I’m lost

    Anyone know where to begin for the crossword?

    Apparently, if you look under sources and select crosswprd.jpg, a long string of code pops up, and when you decode the string from BASE64, the final parts of it decode to some clues. There’s some discussion on it here, if it helps any: http://mystery-shack.com/showthread.php?tid=2603

    Ah thank you! And thank you so much for the link to the forum! I was wondering if there was one that was actually dedicated to decoding everything. (The wiki, tumblr, and reddit aren’t much help for the most part. :/)

    04:02 pm Monday, Jul 21st 2014

    Via eyeballsarchive (Originally from amarettoblue)

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  7. I’m lost

    Anyone know where to begin for the crossword?

    Edit:

    I’m not lost anymore. Thanks! :)

  8. Anonymous:
    "honestly curious, why does it offend you?"
    "

    i see lucy as a racist film that plays on negative stereotypes while hiding behind the cover of (white) feminism. 

    all this film has done is switch out the white man for a white woman. it’s still a film about a white person getting violated by the evil poc, then gaining power and wiping them out. 

    here’s 2 of my favourite scenes from the trailer: 

    image

    from top to left to right:

    KEEP CLEAN 保持清潔,APPLE 蘋果,ONION 洋蔥,GRAPE 葡萄,CHAIR 椅子,TOMATO 番茄

    traditional chinese is an actual written language used by millions of people, not symbols to be thrown around at the whim of set designers because they look cool and idk, serves to create a menacing asian atmosphere. this is so disrespectful, and made even worse by the fact that this film in set it taipei, taiwan where the official written language is traditional chinese.

    it doesn’t matter that this film caters to a primarily “white” audience who won’t be able to read it, the language and culture of taiwan isn’t something for you to twist and use as you deem fit because it’s “exotic.” 

    image

    lucy shoots a guy for not being able to speak english. 

    she l i t e r a l l y shoots this taiwanese taxi driver, in taiwan for not being able to speak english. she’s in taipei and she’s shooting people as they are of no use to her because they don’t speak english. 

    just think about the sort of message that’s sending out. she’s not being “bad-ass strong female character who takes no shit,” she’s saying that english is useful and better. this is the type of harmful ideology that stretches all the way back from when western countries were colonising and forcing their language and customs on other countries. 

    let me explain with a real life example. i was born in new zealand to two taiwanese parents. i am fluent in english, but mandarin is conversational at best. my friends in taiwan say that i am “so lucky” to speak fluent english, when they are fluent in mandarin and their english level is no worse than my mandarin. they tell me that they want to perfect their english but in the same breath tell me that mandarin isn’t worth perfecting because i have english and that’s “enough”. they also tell me how pretty my white friends are when they see pictures.

    this is the type of neo imperialism ideology that they’ve grown up buying into. it honestly hurts and frustrates me that they belittle their own culture like this, honestly believing that the western world is superior. this is the type of neo imperialism ideology that this film (hopefully unintentionally) promotes: white people are better and will save the day. 

    if they wanted to film a movie about a white women getting back at those who had violated her, why not film it in a western country? if they wanted to film it in taiwan, why not find an asian lead actress?

    i do agree that we need more women protagonists in action/superhero movies, but not like this. its not okay that the female lead needs to be kidnapped and have her body cut open without her consent in order to gain her powers, and those said those powers do not make any of this racist bullshit okay. 

    i am just so tired and angry of poc always being brushed off to the side as either props or villains in mainstream media. 

    as a poc, it’s so frustrating to see that the of the standard of beauty still white women when we live in multi-cultural societies and a diverse world. 

    feminism is about equality. a film in which poc are presented as evil and inferior before being killed off by a superior white woman does not promote equality. 

    "

    02:56 pm Sunday, Jul 20th 2014

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  9. teland:

jtotheizzoe:

science-junkie:

The intriguing science behind Bruce Lee’s one-inch punch
It’s a punch that has captivated our imagination for decades. From the distance of one-inch, Bruce Lee could break boards, knock opponents off their feet and look totally badass doing it. It’s one of the most famous — and fabled — blows in the world. Days ago, Popular Mechanics set out to solve the mystery behind it – and did.
Drawing upon both physical and neuro power, Lee’s devastating one-inch punch involved substantially more than arm strength. It was achieved through the fluid teamwork of every body part. It was his feet. It was hips and arms. It was even his brain. In several milliseconds, a spark of kinetic energy ignited in Lee’s feet and surged through his core to his limbs before its eventual release.
Read more

Now THAT’s what I call a useful application of science. The answer (at the link above) is a lot like how slender athletes can still whack the hell out of a golf ball or baseball. A fascinating blend of physics and neuroscience.
Next we’ll have to tackle the fluid dynamics of Bruce Lee:
“Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless — like water. Now you put water in a cup, it becomes the cup; You put water into a bottle it becomes the bottle; You put it in a teapot it becomes the teapot. Now water can flow or it can crash. Be water, my friend.”

This is so *cool*. Make sure you read the Popular Mechanics link. It all makes perfect sense, and I just never thought of it before.

    teland:

    jtotheizzoe:

    science-junkie:

    The intriguing science behind Bruce Lee’s one-inch punch

    It’s a punch that has captivated our imagination for decades. From the distance of one-inch, Bruce Lee could break boards, knock opponents off their feet and look totally badass doing it. It’s one of the most famous — and fabled — blows in the world. Days ago, Popular Mechanics set out to solve the mystery behind it – and did.

    Drawing upon both physical and neuro power, Lee’s devastating one-inch punch involved substantially more than arm strength. It was achieved through the fluid teamwork of every body part. It was his feet. It was hips and arms. It was even his brain. In several milliseconds, a spark of kinetic energy ignited in Lee’s feet and surged through his core to his limbs before its eventual release.

    Read more

    Now THAT’s what I call a useful application of science. The answer (at the link above) is a lot like how slender athletes can still whack the hell out of a golf ball or baseball. A fascinating blend of physics and neuroscience.

    Next we’ll have to tackle the fluid dynamics of Bruce Lee:

    Empty your mind, be formless, shapeless — like water. Now you put water in a cup, it becomes the cup; You put water into a bottle it becomes the bottle; You put it in a teapot it becomes the teapot. Now water can flow or it can crash. Be water, my friend.”

    This is so *cool*. Make sure you read the Popular Mechanics link. It all makes perfect sense, and I just never thought of it before.

    02:18 am Sunday, Jul 20th 2014

    Via renaroo (Originally from science-junkie)

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  10. arminslittletoes:

Maks Petrov.
Commission by Xanthe Bouma
The Posterchildren belongs to Kitty Burroughs

    arminslittletoes:

    Maks Petrov.

    Commission by Xanthe Bouma

    The Posterchildren belongs to Kitty Burroughs

    02:16 am Sunday, Jul 20th 2014

    Via gabzilla-z (Originally from arminslittletoes)

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