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will try to post more often here! please do forgive me though, i’m only really familiar with p3 & p5
Que is mostly back to normal. I’m still a bit overstretched in my off-tumblr life, but really want people to have this space as a resource for Pesach/covid-19 questions that can really benefit from crowd-sourcing (e.g. recipes, strategies).
In further opening the que, there are some posts on difficult topics coming up in the next week. Let’s be respectful to one another, and listen to the guidelines I’ve provided for responding. I’m keeping an eye on things, but it’s super helpful (always, but especially now) if complaints can include a link to the relevant post to save me a little time as well as the confusion of guessing which post or reblog you’re referrencing.
I should tell you guys this now rather than let you guys wait, i’ll be taking a long break from drawing requests. Unfortunately, i’ve kind of lost interest in pokemon (especially since acnh is out) and doing requests, and that I still have school work to do that i didn’t expect, sorry for letting you guys wait so long before i finally planned this. I might come back in around the later half of the year or august, but for now, it is indefinite.
I may do a request or two one day then leave for another break, but please don’t expect too much. My sincerest apologies.
Oh also, you may still send in asks, i might do them once i’m officially back from my hiatus.
France Gall at the tv show ‘Vergissmeinnicht’ on German TV, Hamburg, Germany, 1966. Photo by Gunter Zint🌸
Catherine Deneuve photographed by Giancarlo Botti⭐️
Françoise Hardy, Saint-Tropez on July 24, 1965, France.🌸
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Purugly, the true face of SPEEEEED
No no no. Let me level with you on this. I had to check to see just how fast this fat cat is.
It’s faster than:
Heck, this thing is as fast as SCOLIPEDE, and that’s a fast boy.
Like, I’m not saying it’s breaking the sound barrier or something, but that’s the most nimble FAT ASS CAT I’ve ever seen.
I felt cute at 1 am so uh wanted to post it,,,
//I was just reminded by someone that Purugly has a base speed of 112. That’s TWO MORE than Latios.
//Let me repeat that again.
//Purugly, a FAT CAT, is FASTER than Latios, a Legendary Pokémon that has some design inspirations from JET PLANES.
//What a world we live in.
Tomorrow I’m officially starting online school, wish me fucking luck-
(I changed the color of my blog and so i wonder is it too bright? Bcs mobile show me different brightness than in computer.)
Faces: First Step (1970)
50 years ago, the Small Faces became the Faces, but that evolutionary process was so gradual and informal (and poorly communicated) that U.S. pressings of the new group’s debut album still promoted the former handle, while the U.K. edition addressed the significant recent changes within the group.
Changes that saw Small Faces stalwarts Ronnie Lane (bass), Ian McLagan (keyboards), and Kenney Jones (drums) replacing their former leader Steve Marriott (who’d run off with Humble Pie) with a pair of Jeff Beck Group alums, in guitarist Ronnie Wood and an up-and-coming frontman named Rod Stewart.
There they are, lined up for your inspection on the cover of 1970’s First Step, and I’m pretty sure that Rod (the former ‘Mod’) would never again look so shy and sheepish as he does here – let alone be put in a corner – for the duration of his storied career.
But the Faces were, by nature, a rather informal and unassuming bunch, and still a work-in-progress, as this debut attests; so, here, you’ll only find scattered clues of the sub-Stones moxie and exuberance they’d become known for, along with numerous sonic dead ends.
For instance: McLagan’s growling, grinding organ at the onset of Dylan’s “Wicked Messenger” may have you thinking this is a Deep Purple album, then Ronnie goes off to the country on “Stone,” before Stewart and Wood’s “Around the Plynth” indulges in a Zeppelin-like slide guitar-fest, likely left over from their previous employer. (*)
There are also a pair of going-nowhere instrumentals (“Pineapple and the Monkey,” “Looking Out the Window”) to contend with, but the exquisitely soulful “Devotion” at least has the makings of a Faces song (minus the requisite energy, let alone cheek) and you can feel the band inching closer to discovering themselves on “Shake, Shudder, Shiver” and “Nobody Knows.”
But, hey, everybody’s gotta start somewhere, or start again, in the case of the (Small) Faces, and this somewhat modest First Step would still serve as launchpad, not just for the band’s colorful run through the early ‘70s, but Rod’s decades-long solo career – initially with the faithful Faces in a supporting role.
* I guess it could be a distant relative to The Jeff Beck Group’s “Plynth (Water Down the Drain).”