More EVIL dancing: Dooma-carlton!
Here’s a book
horse unikitty for nashefn.
Pic for a friend, whose boss’s daughter is turning 11, and whose favorite pony is Derpy.
He’s trying to get it to Tabitha to sign in time, too, but here’s a low-rez version of the original.
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The opposite of a “nice guy” is not an “asshole”. The opposite of a “nice guy” is a KIND guy.
Nice is a state of inaction.
Kind is a activity.
No-one will ever notice you for what you’re not doing.
Practice random acts of kindness.
(see also: http://unixhelp.ed.ac.uk/CGI/man-cgi?nice )
I charge industry rates.
I believe every artist should.
Joseph Begley lights up rooms in a cheeky way with ‘Slap It’
A quick pinch or squeeze of the ‘slap it’ lamp by London-based designer Joseph Begley brightens up rooms with its warm glow. made from realistic feeling silicone, the cheeky light responds to pressure sensors when it is touched, directly turning it on or off.
Ok can I have
i want a few of every color in a room and have a bunch of people over for a buttslapping rave where we have to make the room flash by slappinbutts
has wilwheaton seen this?
I am so happy that I live in a world where lamps shaped like ass’s that are lit up by spanking them are a thing which exist :D
NO no no, I asked for a BUD Light! >_<
(shamelessly stolen gag from Bloom County)
Those of us in animation always gripe that the rest of Hollywood doesn’t care or know the first thing about animated films. There are tons of anecdotal stories to support this position, but finally, we’ve got some definitive proof. And if you think Hollywood doesn’t understand animation, it’s even worse than you could imagine.
Apparently the Academy largely did not bother watching the nominated animated films and shorts. :S
I got that coffin of a box from the Academy [with DVDs of the shorts in it], and the discs started falling out and I just said, “Screw it. Life’s too short.” I thought [sending them to us] was a nice thing to do, though.
I don’t watch the shorts. And, if I don’t know anybody who made one of them — a friend or an enemy — I just don’t vote, which was the case this year.
It was kind of an off-year. I wasn’t bowled over. The Disney one I saw originally in 3D and then again in 2D. For people who didn’t see it on a big screen before Frozen and are only seeing it on a screener, it’s like watching Gravity in 2D. I’m a little unclear about what they did on that one — what was old footage, what was new footage — and I’m a little apprehensive about rooting for the giant. But I felt like I’d seen most of the others before — the [Room with a] Broom one I liked best of those.