- The Bat Cave -
n0rthernd0wnp0ur:

brialystock:

I also got to draw FNAF styled friends based on us making Dunks play the game tonight.
yesss

jessy fazjess

Oh god dunks haha

n0rthernd0wnp0ur:

brialystock:

I also got to draw FNAF styled friends based on us making Dunks play the game tonight.

yesss

jessy fazjess

Oh god dunks haha

 - Radioactive In The Dark
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voulo:

hurraaid:

andlemmekisslou:

soliloq-uy:

sakibatch:

rawritsmeep:

cheapbeeer:

i feel it in my bones, i’m on F I R E

FUCK

NO

OHMYGOD

hit the reblog so fast i think i broke my mouse

holY F U cKKKKkKKKkkkkkKKKKK 

hoLY MOTHER OF JESUSSSSSSSSSSS

THIS IS LIKE THE HOLY GRAIL OF MASH UP BONERS

I like noise

I should mention something here

Jontron is still a good guy to me. I dont think he responded to ANYTHING well, but he’s a good guy. People like Arin have a way better track record when responding to things.

rebe83:

REALLY IMPORTANT THING JONTRON SAYS:
transcript for lazy people: D(dodger) J(jontron) Je(jesse) TB(totalbiscuit)

J: Alright, can we- can we talk about this?
(d laughs)

D: Jon REALLY wants to talk about this?

Je: this is the ONE thing Jon wants to talk about today.

TB: I’ve said it before, (you) gotta be careful reading too much twitter, this is why I’ve handed off my twitter to someone else.

J: No, I- it’s it’s, i just wanna adress something. (laughs) well, I dunno- you guys tell me how you feel about this, I will submit to being a fallible human being, if I’m wrong, I’m wrong. I’ve been, its just been crazy the last two weeks I’ve jsut been tweeting my opinions and been called sexist ableist and all kind of stuff and i don’t know how to deal with it anymore! Like, just today Tim Scafer tweeted a video of anita sarkeesian doing a, what was it called?

TB: I think it was called

D: women in the industry

TB: I think it was about women being called background items (in the game industry), i think it was about the second part of the arc of the tropes thing.

J: If we were speaking in feminism, in the terms of humanism, I’m a feminist.. I am a feminist then. Uh actually Boogie (boogie2988) put out a video about this and he said “I’m a humanist” and that’s how i feel, I- I really vouch for anyone to be-have equal rights, it’s “god-given” for lack of a better term. Equality, for instance, right now gays can’t get married in every state that’s something I completely (believe in)-I’m all for equality right? But like, I just think that these- these issues get pandered to in a way that-that, here, the way i see equality is bringing someone up to someone else’s level, not bringing someone down to someone else’s, and thats how i see these, uh, problems are being handled. Saying “because you’re a white male” “because you (uh, aren’t, i dunno) because you’re a white straight male”, you cannot speak on this issue” and that’s insane to me- we should all be participating in the discussion- and I think we should condemn people for sh*tty opinions, a lot of people have been saying ” f*ck you Jon, you have sh*tty opinions, trying to commit career suicide?” and I- I don’t know how to respond to this because it’s like it’s a barrage, and i don’t think like, mobbing someone is going to change their mind even if your intentions are correct. I could be wrong right now, but i sure as hell won’t be convinced this way. (laughs) I dunno it’s just like, been bugging me real bad.

TB: It’s- and that may be the biggest problem with this discussion is that we can’t have [it].

J: there you go.

swordofomens:

surfer-rosa3:

carlboygenius:

Hemp is a Sensible, Sustainable, Highly-Industrializable Plant

We should utilize it. Hemp could solve many problems.

END PROHIBITION. It is NOT just about smoking.

YEP.

And you forgot a big one: it is excellent at trapping carbon! Plants pull the carbon dioxide out of the air, turn the carbons into other compounds and release the oxygen, thus cooling the planet.

gloomy-optimist:

Today on: So You Have Crippling Anxiety!

In all seriousness, I wanted to make another post about anxiety because while crippling anxiety is pretty much completely terrible, there are some things that can be done to help ease it or minimize the factors contributing to its cycle. Advice is great, but starting from what feels like rock-bottom isn’t easy—here’s some things that may be good for creating a foundation for healing:

1. Get your daily needs on a routine

  • And I mean the bare-bones stuff—eating, sleeping, and so on. First off, when you’re feeling like you have no control over yourself and your life, an inconsistent schedule only contributes to that sensation. Secondly, anxiety isn’t just mental—it’s part of the complex physiological system that is your brain and your body. Sugar crashes, wonky sleep patterns—those all screw with hormones. One thing people don’t realize is that those imbalances can not only worsen anxiety—they can be a trigger for it. 
  • So: set a bedtime and a wake time, even when you don’t need to. Try to eat regular meals, even if you don’t need to. Try to replace sugar carbs with complex carbs (e.g. white bread with multi-grain or sugary cereals with oatmeal) in order to reduce/regulate sugar highs and crashes. Make sure you drink enough water.  

2. Break down goals

  • Like, all the way down. “Go to college” is not a goal. “Print out application” is. “Finish Form B today when I get home and before I get on the computer” is an even better goal. Make a list of these small goals, and then break up those lists into a timeline—two small goals today, one to two more tomorrow, a weekly checkpoint on Saturday. 
  • For long-term or improvement goals, start with the basics. For instance, with art, goals can include “do five 30-second gesture drawings a day” or “do 5 background thumbnails.” Most importantly, do not make them based on comparison—“be like Glen Keene by this time next year” is not advisable because it becomes vague and doesn’t take into account your own pace, starting point, and knowledge. Skills are built from the ground up—doing something is better than nothing, and having immediate, reachable goals can keep you on track for improvement. 

3. Stop blaming

  • Blame, unless used with the intent for resolving specific situation, is not only a waste of energy, but can also be a way to distract yourself from moving forward. “If I didn’t have to—” “If people didn’t—” “If society didn’t—” none of those help the fact that it does, and often times that type of thinking distorts the actual situation and makes things seem unfair and purposefully working against you when they’re not. 
  • Avoid blaming yourself either—telling yourself how much you screwed up does nothing. It takes time and energy from thinking of solutions—in fact, on a subconscious level, that may be partly why you’re doing it. 
  • Notice when you’re stuck in a blame pattern, and work on stepping back from it. Remind yourself that there are still things you can do, that past issues don’t mean future failure, that there’s always ways to improve—even if you’re not where you want to be now, you can make efforts towards changing. If you find that these patterns of thinking are pervasive, consider counseling, cognitive-behavioral therapy, and/or support groups. 

4. Channel, don’t stew

  • If you’re feeling really overwhelmed while doing a task, take a break. And that doesn’t mean just opening a new tab of tumblr—walk away from the situation and put yourself in a different mindset and/or environment. If you can, try to make it something mindful or de-stressing—read a book, garden, take a walk, draw, play a game or puzzle. Writing can also be extremely helpful—keep a journal where you can jot down your thoughts, fears, goals, and plans. It may be helpful to re-think your current, immediate goals and to list or visualize them again. Try to have a number of potential activities at hand. Sometimes they’ll help—sometimes they won’t. But they’re much more likely to be beneficial than keeping your brain stuck on freaking out about your current task. 

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 - The Best Hentai Voice Acting You'll Ever Hear
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artattackmusic:

skrill-cosby:

foxy-pyro:

tsunglasses:

If you haven’t heard this your life is incomplete.

Holy shit. This is fucking funny xD

LOOOOOL

DAN FUCKING GREEN

Why “credit to the owner” is one of the shittiest things you can do to an artist.

gabbiness:

I see it on social media all the time. Someone posts art that they did not create, and below the illustration write; "credit to the owner", or makes an amv containing art, with no links or names to the original artists.

This is a really shitty thing to do and let me tell you why.

I work fulltime as a freelance artist. It’s really hard work, especially if you’re just starting out like I am (been doing it for a little more than a year).
You have to constantly share your art and advertise yourself to the world. Hunt work wherever you think you can find it.
There’s a lot of artists out there competing for work, and it’s a constant battle.

One of the most important things for a working artist is to be seen.
Getting an audience, getting people to share your art or talk about it. If the right people see your art, it could lead to work.

So if you post work by an artist, make sure to credit properly! Link to the artists dA/tumblr/blog/whatever. Zerochan and weheartis are not sources!

If you don’t know who made the art, look for the source! There’s a lot of different ways to do this!
If you still can’t find the original art, simply don’t post it.
Don’t. Post. It.

You might just want something ‘pretty’ to have on your blog, and you just “found the art on google!”, but don’t be lazy.
Look for the source and credit the hard work of the artist.

Not adding credit when posting other peoples art is robbing an artist of future work. As dramatic as it sounds, you’re killing the artist.

Oh…Okay, I’m done making fun of fishkin for now. I can’t think of anything funny to say, so I’ll pick up on it again when I think of something good. I’d like to have 30 entries (that’s a whole moth of entries) just to complete it.