Sharpie Art Four and Five: No Titles
Rape isn’t about uncontrollable sexual desire. You only have to listen in on a Call of Duty game to see that. When that kid crows, “I raped you!”, he’s not calling the other guy sexy; he’s saying he defeated him, dominated him, humiliated him. That’s what rape is about, and that should scare you.
gonna reblog this till I stop tumbling
This is what I like to do with my free time.
Science, get on this. Catowls look like wonderful pets.
instead of hairballs they will give you pellets, which in turn would become educational fun for the children in your life
You realize this is what baby griffins would look like, right?
I need one
This is the actual best post of the day
reblogging because baby griffins
It’s essay writing season for tons of students!
After being a college writing tutor for over a year, I thought I would share my advice with all you awesome people on tumblr. This is how I write essays, but if you’ve got more tips, feel free to add them below.
Happy writing. You can do it!
This is actually brilliant.
NOTHING IS MORE PUNK THEN LETTING SMALL CHILDREN THINK UR COOL AND TOUCH YOUR HAIR SPIKES
((You guys don’t know steampunk until you head on over to this awesome little slice of heaven over here in Baltimore. This is a repurposed power plant that was built in 1900 that was converted into a Barnes and Nobel. It boasts a good selection of books, has the obligatory Starbucks inside with an awesome view of the city, but also has a really neat and informative aquarium that features wildlife you’d find in the bay! This is one awesome looking place to read. If you guys ever visit me up here in Maryland, we’d totally visit this Barnes and Noble.))
*barfs from over-excitement*
Here are this morning’s follow-up shots. My book, a Moleskine sketchbook, is on the left. My friend’s book, a Moleskine writing notebook, is on the right. Much to my relief, painting on the thin Moleskine notebook pages was a success!
A few people suggested that I glue several pages together, but I was afraid they would ripple individually with the paint, like a wet book. I chose to thicken an individual page with Daler Rowney FW Pearlescent Ink (color: galactic blue). I coated the front and back of both pages three times, let them dry, then closed the book to rest and flatten for a few hours.
When I paint, I really saturate the pages with ink and water. Occasionally, I wipe off the ink with a cloth or blending it with my fingers. I was surprised that the pages survived the beating. The only accident occurred when I was drawing the minarets (the tall spire structures which surround a mosque). I drew those with a pen nib, which sliced clean through the page. Luckily, with some thick ink application I mended the cut, so no one should notice.
Well folks, there you have it. Moleskine notebook owners can also paint in their journals!
Attention all kids and kids-at-heart: The Reindeer Cam is back at NovaScotiaWebcams.com! Check it out! (FYI: Santa visits the reindeer at 9am & 3pm each day.)
reblogging for all of you with kids in your life!
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