caragh
caragh:

We can’t find the kitten and now my boyfriend has to deal with what anxiety does to me.
(I’m not “allowed” to be “in charge” of the candles or being the last one out of the apartment when we leave together because of how many times I’ve had to go back to double check the place wasn’t burning down, or unlocked, or both. In the interest of full disclosure, our apartment locks behind us as soon as we shut the door and I’ve never in my life seen a half-used, contained candle ever catch anything on fire.)

When I first got Rizzie all those years ago, I was nervous to go to sleep because cats are nocturnal and she was still running around my room, discovering little places to hide and things to climb on. So when I finally passed out then woke up, I couldn’t find her anywhere and panicked. Turns out she managed to get under my bed and make herself comfortable.
You see, the first 5 months of Rizzie’s existence were spent in a small crate with another kitten and I think after being exposed to a wealth of space to walk around and figure out how running and climbing worked, she just wanted something a bit familiar.

caragh:

We can’t find the kitten and now my boyfriend has to deal with what anxiety does to me.

(I’m not “allowed” to be “in charge” of the candles or being the last one out of the apartment when we leave together because of how many times I’ve had to go back to double check the place wasn’t burning down, or unlocked, or both. In the interest of full disclosure, our apartment locks behind us as soon as we shut the door and I’ve never in my life seen a half-used, contained candle ever catch anything on fire.)

When I first got Rizzie all those years ago, I was nervous to go to sleep because cats are nocturnal and she was still running around my room, discovering little places to hide and things to climb on. So when I finally passed out then woke up, I couldn’t find her anywhere and panicked. Turns out she managed to get under my bed and make herself comfortable.

You see, the first 5 months of Rizzie’s existence were spent in a small crate with another kitten and I think after being exposed to a wealth of space to walk around and figure out how running and climbing worked, she just wanted something a bit familiar.

cameron-stewart
cameron-stewart:

FIGHT CLUB 2 Promotional image. Art by me, colour by Dave Stewart.  I am the artist of the official comic book sequel to the original Fight Club novel. The comic is written by Chuck Palahniuk himself, and debuts in May of 2015 as a 10-issue limited series.  More details here.

Why not just release it as a graphic novel?

Single issues seem strange for a short run series like this, and really only give people the opportunity to stop picking it up after the first few issues, either because of a lull in the story or bad experience at a comic shop, or because they don’t want to make bi-weekly treks to read a complete story.

cameron-stewart:

FIGHT CLUB 2 Promotional image. Art by me, colour by Dave Stewart.  I am the artist of the official comic book sequel to the original Fight Club novel. The comic is written by Chuck Palahniuk himself, and debuts in May of 2015 as a 10-issue limited series.  More details here.

Why not just release it as a graphic novel?

Single issues seem strange for a short run series like this, and really only give people the opportunity to stop picking it up after the first few issues, either because of a lull in the story or bad experience at a comic shop, or because they don’t want to make bi-weekly treks to read a complete story.

humansofnewyork
humansofnewyork:

"I’m an architect, and I’ve designed buildings all over the world. Every time I get a commission in an emerging market, I get excited about the opportunity to draw from the country’s heritage, culture, and art. But the client never wants it. They all want the same thing: ‘modern style, modern style, modern style.’ Everything has to be high and glassy. It’s almost as if everyone wants to hide their differences. It’s boring."

humansofnewyork:

"I’m an architect, and I’ve designed buildings all over the world. Every time I get a commission in an emerging market, I get excited about the opportunity to draw from the country’s heritage, culture, and art. But the client never wants it. They all want the same thing: ‘modern style, modern style, modern style.’ Everything has to be high and glassy. It’s almost as if everyone wants to hide their differences. It’s boring."

SWATting is a thing?

I just read about how kids are now calling fake, serious threats on each other to summon local SWAT teams to a friend’s home.

Every time I get a little closer to “You know? Teenagers are alright. I just don’t understand them and that’s on me.” I learn about some shit like this and it’s like "Nope. Where are we with taking away their driver’s licenses (a real topic in Stafford Virginia after numerous vehicular deaths at the hands of teens)?"

perforatedsanity

mynameschai:

petergatsbygreen:

forevercryingbecausemerlin:

GROW DINOSAURS

We literally have an entire trilogy of movies that explain why that is a bad idea.

It’s not about if you can do it, it’s about if you should…

Science is cool.

Just let me know when I can have t-rex burgers or raptor nuggets.

We’re bringing dinosaurs back to eat or ride them, right? Otherwise, this is a terrible idea.