A guy on the “people should work to death to survive” and the “protect the kids” party threatening to put a prison and / or a competitor amusement park next to his one of state’s biggest employers, aka one of the biggest family vacation spots in the nation? Ha!Continue reading “Ron Stoppable’s war against Disney is both pathetic and hilarious.”
Category: discourse and opinions
when you’re on the internet as much as I am, you see a lot of things that need to be judged. Such as ending the tyranny of meatloaf!!! (This site is rated Safe For Meatloaf… for now.)
thinking about all those videos i watched comparing 30fps to 60fps and not noticing any difference. it might just be a consequence of watching these vids on a tiny netbook screen but i still feel bad cuz framerates is a pretty big deal for videogames.Continue reading “Framerates”
Watching Sonic Prime
watching Sonic Prime (netflix). the character designs look like the characters! (the fact that there’s not just one, but two relevant jimquisition episodes related to sonic design specifically is both unsurprising and shocking. i feel like it really shouldn’t be that hard to make sonic and company look like themselves…)Continue reading “Watching Sonic Prime”
Newcomers, Don’t Read the Classics
just saw a privileged person complaining about how the Newcomers don’t read the Classics, and let me tell you,
as a Newcomer who read a lot of Classics for college, um… no.Continue reading “Newcomers, Don’t Read the Classics”
Lessons Learned from Mahal
Mahal made the Middle-Earth Dwarves. And a bunch of junk that doesn’t matter by the Third Age. He also taught Sauron, Sarumon, Mahtan, and that loveless loser Faenor.
Mahtan’s wife doesn’t have a name either by the way. Let’s name her Ruscundil (Quenya, gender-neutral, lover of foxes). The fox she loves most is him, even if he is faking it. But hey, you know what the Humans say! Fake it ’til ya make it; and when you get bored, shake it up.
Mahtan was such a great student to Mahal that one is his names is Aulendur (“Servant of Aulë”. That’s what the Elves call him). Here’s what I learned from Mahal.Continue reading “Lessons Learned from Mahal”
Review: Group Chat published by POMEgranate Press
Looking for some comics featuring friendship and found family?
Pick up a copy of Group Chat edited by Jenny Mott!
Backed on Kickstarter disclosure.Continue reading “Review: Group Chat published by POMEgranate Press”
Review: The City of Brass by S. A. Chakraborty
Searching for magic, Middle Eastern mythology, and a literary action movie?
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Review: Bedtime Bonnet written by Nancy Redd, illustrated by Nneka Myers
Are you or a child looking for a bedtime story with lots of Black hair (covering) love?
Treat yourselves to Bedtime Bonnet written by Nancy Redd, illustrated by Nneka Myers.Continue reading “Review: Bedtime Bonnet written by Nancy Redd, illustrated by Nneka Myers”
Review: Comrade Himbo published by POMEgranate Press
Looking for some comics featuring wholesome hunks helping their communities grow and thrive?
Pick up a copy of Comrade Himbo edited by CC Calanthe, Ashley Gallagher, Jenny Mott, and Rachel Weiss!
Backed on Kickstarter disclosure.Continue reading “Review: Comrade Himbo published by POMEgranate Press“
Review: Walking the Clouds edited by Grace L. Dillon
Looking for a crash course in Indigenous science fiction?
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