A real-life Mary Sue

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Just before our love got lost you said
“I am as constant as a northern star”
- Joni Mitchell, A Case Of You (via a-thousand-words)
2 hours ago on April 19th, 2014 | J | 173 notes
witchctiw:

Monet’s garden

witchctiw:

Monet’s garden

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Song: Duvet
Artist: 8 Bit Mix
Played: 5,423 times.

maggiekarp2:

can’t tell if it’s better as a water level or a space level

2 hours ago on April 19th, 2014 | J | 970 notes

rachelroach:

this took me three days and a lot of experimenting to sort out, but it’s finally interlocked evenly! 

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sleepvevo:

what was the reasoning behind this

sleepvevo:

what was the reasoning behind this

2 hours ago on April 19th, 2014 | J | 30,553 notes
I feel like one of theses days the joker is gonna spray Gotham with laugh gas and NOTHING will happen. The citizen of Gotham will have built an immunity from all the chemical shit that gets thrown at them.

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elfgrove:

osheamobile:

elfgrove:

osheamobile:

elfgrove:

I don’t think that’ll happen. Immunity to chemicals/poisons tends to be built up in matters of small exposures (I think, not my field) and the villains would have to be using the same basic chemicals every time, not likely. You’d also have to survive the prior exposures which seems not very Gotham~y. — Besides, it’s a fictional city and that wouldn’t make for a good story precedent to set, the citizens as immune to such a common plot point.

Now what I’d like to see is the people of Gotham building an immunity to widespread media panic about said Joker Gas.

It becomes like a pollen count on the weather. “And today’s expected Joker Toxin index is listed at 15.4, so make sure to put those breakable objects away on high shelves and put the kids to bed early, because this is going to be a bad one.”

And then the next panel shows an average family just matter-of-fact, getting the seatbelts (that they’ve installed by now) and strapping themselves in while green and/or purple clouds start filtering in through the window, so they’re safely secured when they start to have painful hysterical fits.

Every time the Joker breaks out, sporting goods stores have a BOGO sale on mouthguards.

Yes.

And like certain cities I know of down South where there’s a chemical depot, many citizens actually own gas masks and there’s sirens for leaks.

You wanna help out Bruce? Those gas masks that you and the Robins don to such good effect (until a villain knocks it off mid-fight), have Wayne Enterprises “develop” a cost-effective public version to sell since it’s such a regular issue. How to keep your giant ass company in business and make your night job easier. Hell, given how regularly it comes up, the government would pay for it. They do in real life.

I’d love to see little things about how there’s water filters commonly purchased advertised by being “Gotham-Grade” or how it was tested and proven to filter out chemicals just like was used in the Scarecrow’s last attack. Stuff like that.

Immunity isn’t likely, but companies capitalizing on the commonality of the threat, locals being desensitized to the repeated same threat situations — that’s stuff I’d buy.

I grew up in North Alabama. — We are not going in the safe room yet, that tornado cell isn’t close and it’s gonna be really boring sitting in a closet with the battery operated radio. Just leave the weather coverage running on the TV and come help fix dinner. — You learn to read how much of an immediate issue commonly occurring dangers are and you take reasonable action without flipping out. It’s part of the routine.

"Honey, get back here and finish your dinner. You heard the radio; Killer Croc is two blocks south of here and going the wrong direction. Your food’s getting cold."

This is exactly the kind of Gothamite I would expect.

"Channel 8 says the fight with Freeze is going on in Tribeca and headed towards the West Village, your school is not going to be closed tomorrow. Now go write your report. You’ll wish you had to deal with Batman if you bring home one more D in Mr. Jones class.”

2 days ago on April 17th, 2014 | J | 1,595 notes

aneternalscoutandabrownie:

jamesmdavisson:

So far, I have been enjoying the Adventures of Business Cat a great deal, possibly more than is appropriate for an adult human. (All of these are from the webcomic Happy Jar)

UPDATE: Now with more Business.

YES ALL THE BUSINESS CAT STRIPS IN ONE PLACE

2 days ago on April 17th, 2014 | J | 90,239 notes
alizabug:

what if marcy floats away sometimes when she goes to sleep(the movie was booooooooring bonnibel)

alizabug:

what if marcy floats away sometimes when she goes to sleep
(the movie was booooooooring bonnibel)

2 days ago on April 17th, 2014 | J | 19,512 notes

the first half of the book version of howl's moving castle

Howl: STOP CLEANING MY FCKING HOUSE
Sophie: NEVER
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citibyrd:

citibyrd:

I highly recommend giving up music snobbery. It makes life 1000% more fun.

#liking things is just so much more fun than not liking things

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theartofanimation:

Tamidatami

3 days ago on April 16th, 2014 | J | 17,348 notes
taishou-kun:

Women observing stars.  1936, Japan
Artist Oota choou 太田聴雨 (1896-1958)
Hoshi wo miru josei 星をみる女性  - 

taishou-kun:

Women observing stars.  1936, Japan

Artist Oota choou 太田聴雨 (1896-1958)

Hoshi wo miru josei 星をみる女性  - 

3 days ago on April 16th, 2014 | J | 1,058 notes