Sometimes all you need is to start small
“RIP Anthony Huber, our fallen comrade. BLM”
Memorial graffiti in New Haven, Connecticut for Anthony Huber, a 26-year-old skateboarder who was killed at a protest in Kenosha while attempting to disarm a pro-cop vigilante on a shooting spree
Today on Stuff You Might Have Missed
In “Bubbled,” Eyeball concluded at a glance that Steven’s Gem wasn’t a REAL Rose Quartz Gem.
Steven dismisses this, and has a pretty reasonable rationale:
But as we come to find out, Steven was in fact NOT in possession of a REAL Rose Quartz Gem, and it WAS indeed more likely pinkish-red versus reddish-pink.
Side by side, is it obvious to the naked eye?
I for one cannot see an obvious difference.
But then again, I am not Eyeball. Could this Gem, despite being an easily fooled Ruby after all, have perceived something we could not?
According to Rebecca Sugar, this is entirely possible. From a podcast Q&A:
There you have it.
Eyeball may not have been able to explain what it meant, but she could definitely see it.