Pleasing Reblogs

For reblogging / replying to silly shit that shouldn't go on the devlog.

Indiegogo Campaign Never Delivers Product; Founder Spotted with New Ferrari

thebsdboys:

lmao

indiegogo founder to funders: ‘here comes my piss lol’

(Source: fishmech)

ryannorth:


"So, do you want to join Starfleet and go to Klingon and the other side of the galaxy?"
-Eugene Bowski??

This quote does not make sense.
So here’s the thing.  The Klingon homeworld didn’t have a canonical name until TNG’s Sins of the Father which aired in March of 1990.  Of course, NOW everyone knows it’s Qo’noS, but up until then the closest we had was the non-canon “Kitumba” idea from a Phase II script that never happened.
Star Trek VI came out in December of 1991, almost two years later.
So why would Eugene Bowski, a Star Trek fan who liked Star Trek enough to proselytize outside a movie theater not know the name of the Klingon homeworld?  It doesn’t make any sense.
As far as I can tell there are only TWO explanations.
EXPLANATION ONE: The first and most likely is that Dana Tofig has MISQUOTED Eugene Bowski and that Eugene Bowski was probably really embarrassed by such a quote and was made fun of by the crew of the Nautilus.
EXPLANATION TWO: Less likely is that Eugene was doing it on purpose.  If he was wearing “a snug blue-and-white Federation-approve uniform” then he’d be dressed in the 2271 “Star Trek The Motion Picture” outfit, which look like this:

and maybe, maybe, Eugene was trying to stay in character, somehow reasoning that if the name hadn’t been established in canon by the Motion Picture era, then a character FROM that era would call the planet by a wrong name??  But even so, a fan with this much commitment would probably call it “Kitumba” (from Phase II) or “Kling" and not "Klingon".  After all, we don’t call our planet "Human".
IN CONCLUSION: I’m pretty sure Dana misquoted Eugene here and I’m glad that with our modern technology we can right this decades-old wrong:

"So, do you want to join Starfleet and go to Qo’noS and the other side of the galaxy?”
-Eugene Bowski, for real this time

ryannorth:

"So, do you want to join Starfleet and go to Klingon and the other side of the galaxy?"

-Eugene Bowski??

This quote does not make sense.

So here’s the thing.  The Klingon homeworld didn’t have a canonical name until TNG’s Sins of the Father which aired in March of 1990.  Of course, NOW everyone knows it’s Qo’noS, but up until then the closest we had was the non-canon “Kitumba” idea from a Phase II script that never happened.

Star Trek VI came out in December of 1991, almost two years later.

So why would Eugene Bowski, a Star Trek fan who liked Star Trek enough to proselytize outside a movie theater not know the name of the Klingon homeworld?  It doesn’t make any sense.

As far as I can tell there are only TWO explanations.

EXPLANATION ONE: The first and most likely is that Dana Tofig has MISQUOTED Eugene Bowski and that Eugene Bowski was probably really embarrassed by such a quote and was made fun of by the crew of the Nautilus.

EXPLANATION TWO: Less likely is that Eugene was doing it on purpose.  If he was wearing “a snug blue-and-white Federation-approve uniform” then he’d be dressed in the 2271 “Star Trek The Motion Picture” outfit, which look like this:

and maybe, maybe, Eugene was trying to stay in character, somehow reasoning that if the name hadn’t been established in canon by the Motion Picture era, then a character FROM that era would call the planet by a wrong name??  But even so, a fan with this much commitment would probably call it “Kitumba” (from Phase II) or “Kling" and not "Klingon".  After all, we don’t call our planet "Human".

IN CONCLUSION: I’m pretty sure Dana misquoted Eugene here and I’m glad that with our modern technology we can right this decades-old wrong:

"So, do you want to join Starfleet and go to Qo’noS and the other side of the galaxy?”

-Eugene Bowski, for real this time

(Source: twitter.com)

heytrophy:

What is your favorite brand identity?

Goofy is the only classic Disney character who has had sex.

thebsdboys:

cj-sewers:

daintyblackpegasus:

napoleonbonerhard:

Mickey has nephews, Donald has nephews, Goofy has a son.

And he wasn’t adopted, he looks just like him.

Goofy… has had sex.
Goofy… has known a woman biblically.

Imagine what it must’ve looked like.
Imagine what it sounded like.

These are the things I think about when I wake up in the middle of the night, drenched in sweat.

GA-HYUK.

NIGHT BLOGGERS WILL RUIN YOUR ENTIRE FUCKING DAY

UGLY CRYING

IGHHHHuUGHHHHUGHHHHGAHHHH

this is what you get for following me. put these words in your eyes

ever heard of a little thing called ‘the stork’, pal

(Source: nervabeacon)

In this paper I will present my proposal that nuclear weapon use by crows is a worrying development that threatens the safety of the western world. In their paper published in Nature by Hunt et al, they provide the example of New Caledonian crows ( Corvus moneduloides ) which manufacture and use of two different types of hook tool to aid prey capture. There is an undeniable increase in nuclear weapon stockpilling by rogue actors. The world nuclear association case study on proliferation shows both North Korea and Iran devoting signifiant resources to development of nuclear weapons. Based on this supporting evidence I am confident stating the rogue crows in our nations woodland already have a stockpile of yellow cake uranium.

thebsdboys:

fishmech:

  In conclusion, all hail our corvid overlords.

agreed

agreed

Anonymous asked: Can someone get one of your artwork tattooed (with a signature on the cornor of the tattoo and/or by giving you a certain amount of money?)

witnesstheabsurd:

I’ve said this several times before: As long as you credit me to the tattoo artist and anyone who asks and send me a photo of the finished tattoo, go ahead!

you need a tattoo FAQ

lilpetrabbit:

John F. Kennedy, President of Americania, travels trough France on horseback.
In Lorraine he meets the Vosgian Beast, a mythical and fierce creature, feared in the whole area.
JFK is drawn into a speedy duel and looses himself deeper and deeper in the dark and haunted forest.

(via thebsdboys)