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phemiec:

Oh geeze. A while ago I wanted to enter the homestuck music contest, then I realized the type of music I make and the type of music Hussie likes are, to put it lightly, not very similar. But I still had the idea for Aradia and all her clones singing an Andrews Sisters style, creepy accapella thing so I…made a rough of it anyway. 

Yeah…not sure why I’m sharing except if I weren’t me I’d want me to post it. Unfortunately I am me, so…dang.

OH MY STARS. Please, please do yourself a favor and listen to this.

dang

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kaffeinebuzz:

[Had to share this beauty…]
You wouldn’t steal a car, you wouldn’t steal a handbag…
We all know how the rest goes, because thanks to the Motion Picture Association Of America and their foreign associates, every time you hire a DVD, you have to sit through this ad before you get to the main menu. But in what must be the most delicious slice of irony served this year, it has just been discovered that that the music used to soundtrack this 50-second pain in the ass is actually stolen.
Netherlands composer Melchior Rietveldt composed that ominous techno tune for a local film festival after being asked by anti-piracy group BREIN, who are funded by Hollywood. A few years later, he got himself a copy of Harry Potter on DVD and noticed his music was suddenly being used for much wider use than he had originally agreed to in contract. Which essentially means that when they say ‘you wouldn’t steal a television’, that doesn’t quite extend to intellectual property.
Rest of the story…

kaffeinebuzz:

[Had to share this beauty…]

You wouldn’t steal a car, you wouldn’t steal a handbag…

We all know how the rest goes, because thanks to the Motion Picture Association Of America and their foreign associates, every time you hire a DVD, you have to sit through this ad before you get to the main menu. But in what must be the most delicious slice of irony served this year, it has just been discovered that that the music used to soundtrack this 50-second pain in the ass is actually stolen.

Netherlands composer Melchior Rietveldt composed that ominous techno tune for a local film festival after being asked by anti-piracy group BREIN, who are funded by Hollywood. A few years later, he got himself a copy of Harry Potter on DVD and noticed his music was suddenly being used for much wider use than he had originally agreed to in contract. Which essentially means that when they say ‘you wouldn’t steal a television’, that doesn’t quite extend to intellectual property.

Rest of the story…

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feelingkindawoozy:

kunisaki:

Shit Anime Fan Girls Say

This wins so many awards.

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ask3dcaptor:

((even cop cars get tired))

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willabobilla:

this is the internet after acta“dude I heard there was some sherlock on maple street” “no way I just got some spn on 21st street”

willabobilla:

this is the internet after acta
“dude I heard there was some sherlock on maple street”
“no way I just got some spn on 21st street”

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pissxavi:

In 1961, Leonid Rogozov, 27, was the only surgeon in the Soviet Antarctic Expedition. During the expedition, he felt severe pain in the stomach and had a high fever. Rogozov examined himself and discovered that his appendix was inflamed and could burst at any time. With a local anesthesia, he operated himself to remove the appendix. An engineer and a meteorologist assisted surgery.

oh shitt man

kudos?

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Did I ever tell you guys about the time my 13-year-old sister, who knows nothing about Homestuck, put Baby Daves all over my room while I was at school?

mayor-of-cantown:

No?

Well she did.

Let me tell you, that’s the scariest fucking shit to come home to.

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