naming your files “aaaaa.jpg” and “yeeedhyvt.mp4”
he uh. he plays the vanilla game if you catch my drift
he. well you know. he uses the default settings
not that there’s anything wrong with that of course. one of my friends is cisgender
here’s a better idea: Upon learning about the Sith Fleet being built on Exegol, Thrawn and Ezra appeal to Chiss high command and the Aristorca to do something about it. But it’s deemed too dangerous and they’re not given approval. So they go full rogue one and take Ezra’s Chiss padawans, Ar'alani’s fleet and Thrawn’s loyalists and blow that shit up.
Ezra fights the Sith cultists on the ground while the fleet renders air support.
TROS never happens.
LMAO I’M DYING 😂😭
That’s hilarious! :-D
I’ll be honest, I can understand the burst of parental concern.
There was one time when I separated all the Smarties (think M&Ms) from four packets and kept the red and orange ones in separate bottles.
There was a reason for the orange ones, their coating actually had an orange flavour (IIRC the only Smartie that ever had a flavour of any kind), but the red ones had no reason except they looked interesting all together like that.
My Mum and Dad were interested in an entirely different way… :-P
i love musgum huts bc they’re a fascinating and extremely well-designed example of vernacular architecture, but also bc they look like fancy bundt cakes
Giant butt plug haha
for the love of fire and brimstone why couldn’t you have gone along w/ the many other commenters who were content with ‘lol tiddies’
War Girls (2019)
The year is 2172. Climate change and nuclear disasters have rendered much of earth unlivable. Only the lucky ones have escaped to space colonies in the sky.
In a war-torn Nigeria, battles are fought using flying, deadly mechs and soldiers are outfitted with bionic limbs and artificial organs meant to protect them from the harsh, radiation-heavy climate. Across the nation, as the years-long civil war wages on, survival becomes the only way of life.
Two sisters, Onyii and Ify, dream of more. Their lives have been marked by violence and political unrest. Still, they dream of peace, of hope, of a future together, and they’re willing to fight an entire war to get there.
by Tochi Onyebuchi (Author)
Get it here
Tochi Onyebuchi is a writer based in Connecticut. He holds a BA from Yale, an MFA in screenwriting from Tisch, and a JD from Columbia Law School. Tochi is the author of Beasts Made of Night and Crown of Thunder.
“That cliche that every vote counts, it’s true.
In a city of nearly 700,000 residents, last month’s at-large Boston City Council race was decided by a single vote Monday night in a nail-biting recount that is likely to be challenged in court.
Julia Mejia, a first-time candidate for office, won the city’s fourth and final at-large seat, beating Alejandra St. Guillen 22,492 votes to 22,491 votes. Mejia welled up with tears as the Boston Election Commission announced the result, narrowing her initial eight-vote win down to one.”
Read the full piece here
U.S. readers, register to vote here
How to build a garden with no money
It’s a relatively modern problem, where you, a scrappy solarpunk with no money, want to begin a vegetable garden. The ground you have to work with is either dead as hell or flat out toxic or has no dirt at all. You want to build a raised bed but you have no money and the kits are expensive. There’s a lot of ways to go about this, here’s what I did: I built a wicker basket.
Step one: assemble your branches.
You want whippy ones at least 4’ long, no thicker than two fingers, no thinner than a chopstick. Longer and bendier is better, but also get a bunch of thick stiff ones. I got mine from the Greenway near my lil condo, and from my neighbor’s yards.
Protips: Wear gloves, because thorns. Carry clippers discretely, because people get nervous when they see sharp shiny things in your pocket. The branches in the above pic are one load of three, because that’s how much I could carry.
Step two: hammer your stakes
(no pic for this part, sorry)
Take the thickest and straightest of your branches, and cut a length you want to be the height of your box plus a couple inches extra. Hammer them into the ground every 18" or so, and at each corner. Every side of your box must have at least three stakes.
Protip: if the ground is really hard, drive a hole ahead of the stick by hammering in a screwdriver.
Step three: get weaving
First weave your biggest branches in and out between the stakes. You can remove any leaves for free compost at this point.
Protip: this is the hardest part, so don’t get discouraged! Here is also where you will find out of the stakes are thick enough or hammered in deep enough. Try not to cry if they fall over. Or break.
Step four: keep weaving
Now you put in the smaller branches. I found that long vine types like ivy and wild rose can be woven in more than one direction, so if you need to fill in some gaps you can get creative.
Protip: tamp down the walls you’ve made every so often do they stay nice and dense. They need to be closely woven enough to hold dirt later.
Step five: smaller, different weaving
By now you have gotten down to the sticks that aren’t quite long enough to go between the stakes. Make them into smaller stakes, ones that don’t go into the ground but nonetheless weave vertically through your box walls. Hey, it’s starting to look more like a box!
Protip: break off the ends of the stakes and your new vertical weave so they don’t have out too much, and WEAR YOUR GLOVES, don’t be an idiot like me and think you’re safe because you don’t have thorns to deal with.
Step six: fill it with dirt.
If you have any budget, use it all here. Get good, organic dirt, get your compost bin empty, and be extra careful taking dirt from elsewhere if you don’t know exactly what has been leaking into it.
Protip: get more dirt than you think you need. Dirt is fluffy. The second you get water on it all the air goes away and you have a three inches deep garden box. In the unlikely event that you get more dirt than you need, use it for your houseplants or porch containers.
And that’s it! Plant what you like! Use the seeds you’ve stolen from other gardens and the insides of your daily fruit! If you’ve bothered your nosy neighbor and they have alerted the HOA or your landlord, take this time to brush up on your various rights. If your neighbor dislikes you because they believe you to be a witch and a lesbian and idk, a long haired hippy or some other deeply outdated derogatory term, get those middle fingers up because you are going to help the bees and they aren’t.
Green can be very punk.
#every time I see this picture I am briefly overwhelmed#this piece of art outlived its context and milieu#but. but. in reality there is no such thing#because art is made anew with every glance. it comes to life. awakens laughing#and time compresses. softens. the past is not so much a mystery if we remember we weren’t the first to dance.#this is what art is for#this is what it can do#it doesn’t only speak to us of our own humanity#it reminds us that humanity is shared. this girl isn’t dancing in a mirror. she is dancing with a friend.#paintings don’t simply show us the world. they help teach us how to live in it. (via @robotmango)
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This is so fucking iconic I couldn’t not post don’t care if crap all sees it
i’m god and i find this fuckin hilarious
She had hopefully well over 100 lbs of weight directly on her face with a broken neck and is still walking.
HaShem found this shit so hilarious They personally arranged it.
In the book industry, Amazon is Goliath, the giant who overshadows everyone else. But there’s a new David on the scene, Bookshop.org.
It doesn’t expect to topple the giant, but it has launched a weapon that could make Amazon’s shadow a little smaller, and help local bookstores fight back.
Bookshop.org, a website that went live at the end of January and is still in beta mode, is designed to be an alternative to Amazon, and to generate income for independent bookstores. And, perhaps more importantly, it seeks to give book reviewers, bloggers and publications who rely on affiliate income from “Buy now” links to Amazon a different option.
Profit from books sold through Bookshop will be split three ways, with 10% of the sale price going into a pool that will be divided among participating bookstores, 10% going to the publication that triggered the sale by linking to Bookshop.org, and 10% going to Bookshop.org to support its operations.
Ooh cool, I’ll need to keep an eye on this.