hello friends i’m gonna be blogging primarily from this blog now
i remaking for a couple reasons but mostly because a) i wanted a new tagging system and b) this blog has a lot of stuff on it from when i was in my ~bad side of the sherlock fandom~ phase and now i can start fresh
if i follow u know and you want me to follow again send me a message!! especially if we’re friends! i’m gonna try and remember everyone but there’s a lot of people so forgive me if i forget some
anyway i hope you’re all having a nice day bless u all
Things that need to stop being in kid shows.
"I can’t lose to a girl"
"I can’t believe I lost to a girl"
"you let a girl beat you"
If you keep showing these types of mindsets to kids they’re going to think they should think that way as well.
Just picked up his guy from the pound
if aubrey plaza punched me in the face id thank her
Does sugar make kids hyperactive? NO. NO NO NO NO NO NO.
The persistence of this lie is fascinating, and in this video, Dr. Aaron Carroll breaks it all down and explains that not all medical studies were created equal, even though you usually don’t hear that in reporting about how, say, red wine cures cancer or scrambled eggs cause it.
Dr. Aaron Carroll, Stan, and Mark are working together on this new project Health Care Triage.
Given the massive amounts of misinformation out there, I think it’s a hugely important project. Congrats to all involved!
"The plural of anecdote is not data" - I love Healthcare Triage!!!
mumford & sons basically play dubstep music but instead of waiting for the bass drop you spend the whole song just waiting for the inevitable frenzied banjo strumming
don’t suffer the same fate that i did
pay your mortgage, children
“You’ve met with a terrible fate, haven’t you?”
Title: I will try not to be long
Played: 47302 times
Posting it to the right blog this time hopefully.
You know that horrifying contrast between Episodes 19a and 19b of Welcome to Night Vale, the one that everyone is scared of? Well, I had a hunch it would be a lot more horrifying if you heard them taking place as simultaneously as they did. (Within reason, of course; Kevin speaks a lot faster than Cecil, and is less eloquent, so I had to work Gilligan-cut style rather than true simultaneous as I originally intended.) I’m only doing the post-vortex-arrival bit for the purposes of this audio post and to avoid too many copyright hiccups.
I’m fairly certain someone has in fact done this already, but that’s never stopped anyone in the tag before, so why should it stop me?
what if…what if all these “milennial” articles are written by out of touch middle class publishing industry folks with spoiled idiot children that would get eaten alive if they ever wandered into a poor neighbourhood with other people their age?
A short comic about a girl, her mother and their different Black clothes.
I made this in late August this year for Seriefrämjandets yearly contest. The topic was comics for young people… and guess what, I actually won!
En serie med otroligt bra känsla för karaktärer, med god känsla för hur utseende och subkulturer betyder i ungdomens sökande efter en identitet. En serie som man ser på första anblick har hjärta, och som subtilt pekar på ämnen som andra skulle göra till huvudpoängen i historien. Som en liten bonus får vi en tjej i huvudrollen som känns levande och som man känner starkt inför.
I’m incredibly surprised, happy and grateful to have won. Since it got so much praise, I figured I should post it here. Thanks to Keetande for helping me with the tricky translation!