"Shia LaBeouf" by Rob Cantor
Holy shit, this just gets better and better.
It really is a good music day. hahahahaha!
File under: things becja would like.
Designer Goula Figeura’s Orwell day bed lets you easily shut yourself off from the outside world with its light and noise-cancelling curtains.
I have a MIGHTY NEED.
Need this!! I’d use it everyday!
MSP needs more practice rooms and about three dozen of these.
…. I have a mighty need.
GIVE IT TO MEEEE!
Where there are wolves, there are ravens. Ravens follow wolves around a lot, mostly because they just seem to like them. They aren’t known to follow other predators and they prefer to eat with the wolves instead of alone. Source
>_> i’m not ok..i’m starting to love this human garrus.. .3.
"i know you want meeeeeee" that what he’s thinking…
edit: i’m gonna use it as my MaleShep .-.
Did I reblog this yet? Who cares, I’m reblogging again. This is by far the BEST Human!Garrus I’ve ever seen.
gosh darn eeveelutions
O MY MARY MOTHER OF JESUS. THINK OF ALL THE HOCKEY THAT COULD BE HAD.
I found a Canadian
When you discuss the wage gap, here are a few things to keep in mind:
- Only white women make $0.77 to a man’s dollar.
- Black women make about $0.68 to a man’s dollar.
- Latina women make about $0.58 to a man’s dollar.
I will keep reblogging this to point out that disabled people, including men, make 22 cents on the dollar. Mostly because it is legal to pay us below minimum wage, but whatevs.
PETITION TO MAKE LEARNING ANOTHER LANGUAGE COMPULSORY IN ENGLISH-SPEAKING COUNTRIES FROM A YOUNG AGE BECAUSE ENGLISH SPEAKERS ARE LAZY ASSWIPES WHO EXPECT EVERYONE TO SPEAK ENGLISH AND NEVER BOTHER EVEN LEARNING ANY OTHER LANGUAGE.
Yeah, they do that in Ontario, and it doesn’t stick. Turns out that if you don’t use the language, or more importantly, if you don’t need to use the language, you lose it quickly.
These transforming tea bags start out as stressful symbols & change into calmer versions once you put them in hot water. http://ift.tt/1mbXYey
Buncha Link and Navi pics by Rachel Morris… who is on Flickr, for those who’ve missed her since she closed down her Tumblr page.
This video does a great job of putting into words the way I feel about Mass Effect 3.
All the way through the series, you make all these decisions that have serious consequences. Who do you save at Virmire? Does Wrex live? Which of your teammates survive ME2? And so on. As I was playing, I got the feeling that one of the overarching themes was that of choice and consequence. What you did in the game mattered, even if it only meant that you saw new characters helping you out where, if old characters had survived, those old characters would be there.
And so the ending felt like a real rip off to me. I felt like the decisions you’d made throughout the past 3 games should have played out more like the credits scenes in Majora’s Mask rather than literally becoming a number to add to your War Score.
For those of you who haven’t played Majora’s Mask, about half the game is sidequests. For each sidequest you complete, you get to see the folks you helped and how they behaved after the game ended, and the world was saved. It was a nice way of recognizing the decisions you made while you played.
So let’s say we don’t get rid of the shitty multiple choice ending credits. But instead, let’s make those war powers work for you. As you bring the great big fucking fleet you spent the whole game acquiring: the Destiny’s Ascension (if you saved it), the Geth and/or Quarian fleets (in varying strength, depending on how you managed the war), the Turians, the humans, all bringing in this massive fleet and then seeing the dogfighting, the full assault. This then decides how many of the ground troops make it to the landing.
And then, on Earth, the Krogan, the Geth, the Turians, humans, all fighting side by side to prepare room for you. The Salarians, slipping ahead and sabotaging the enemy for you. The fewer races you managed to get on board, the harder each wave of enemies becomes, because they haven’t been able to sweep the way clear for you. And then, at the end, after the multiple choice ending, you get to see the true consequences of your choices. The Krogan genophage is cured, and now they can have kids. The Quarians and the Geth making peace with each other. The Turians and the Asari rebuilding their home planets. The assorted races finally getting along with one another, after so long.
I dunno. I just think that the last mission could have been so much more. You know what I mean?