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aneternalscoutandabrownie:

jamesmdavisson:

So far, I have been enjoying the Adventures of Business Cat a great deal, possibly more than is appropriate for an adult human. (All of these are from the webcomic Happy Jar)

UPDATE: Now with more Business.

YES ALL THE BUSINESS CAT STRIPS IN ONE PLACE

OH MY GOD THIS IS THE BEST THING EVER.

bonerpie:

do you think you’re something fucking special you little shit???? because you are, you really really are, the world shines a little brighter with you no matter what you think and you deserve to keep your chin up, sunshine, have a good day.

tearlessrain:

danregal:

Steve Negrete on Flickr.


This looks exactly like a gang of pirates taking over a starship and no one will tell me otherwise.

tearlessrain:

danregal:

Steve Negrete on Flickr.

This looks exactly like a gang of pirates taking over a starship and no one will tell me otherwise.

bluekomadori:

Transform

bluekomadori:

Transform

doxixhavexto:

moonjellys:

People who get super defensive over frozen like…r u okay? Do you have nothing else worth cherishing besides a shitty overrated movie? Chill dog.

Replace “defensive” with “angry” and “cherishing” with “obsessively hating” and it’s the same fucking thing.

To be clear, I wasn’t trying to personally attack you. You haven’t been accusatory about it but I wanted to clear the air that when I’d say “you” in the post, I was directing towards the entirety of the fandom.

Anyways, I think what I was getting at is that it’s okay for you to hate something. I think our opinions might diverge from the idea of liking Frozen, seeing that you compare it to something like vomit, but I know we both agree that it’s okay to like something too. And Of COURSE I’ve hated shit in my life - there has to be more than just this rant on my blog about something I hate, except probably filled with a ton more anger and swears. I personally look back in my life and see that I kind of was stuck in this cesspool of anger that I’ve created for myself, though, over things I realized were a waste of my time.

Honestly I think the reason why I was motivated so much to write that rant in the first place was because this feels a lot like the anti-Twilight hate that people expressed back then. The only difference is that I was actually part of that anti-Twilight fandom because seriously, fuck every last fiber of that trash with a razor blade. The books became HUGE and spewed out 5 pointless movies that helped to brainwash tween’s into following a “dream relationship” that was toxic at best. Personally, however, I realized what I kept waking myself up to post about in the morning was toxic itself, and was ultimately sort of pointless and only helped to create more stress for me and probably contributed to any failing mental health I was experiencing, which I’m ashamed to admit because, seriously, I was letting something like Twilight get to me. I’m not saying I got super depressed or something exclusively because of it, but the fact that I let it contribute to my mood of the day was just sad, so I just quit giving a damn.

I think about the same time I realized that, everyone also lost interest and it began to loose it’s steam. The opposite of love isn’t hate, after all (they’re both passionate emotions and you can argue that people love to hate, and that’s why it’s so addicting). The opposite of love is apathy.

I think what I was trying to get at with the metaphor is that there’s a difference between hating something and doing so obsessively. I hate the Baptist Church for example, and that’s putting it so damn lightly that it’s comical. You see them in the news all the time, people talk about them, even if it’s disapprovingly, around you. They’re a stain on the world, and a noticeable one at that. There’s no avoiding hearing about them. But there’s a difference between being unable to avoid the shit they say and seeking them out like a heat missile and willingly surrounding myself in the shit. That’s why I put a parallel between people who obsessively love and obsessively hate: they’re both obsessing over the same thing and can even be detrimental to one’s health.

I do see the pretentiousness in judging people about how they spend their own time - I didn’t even realize I was doing that. I was just trying to echo my own accounts and if there was anyone that I was directing my rant to, it was to my 14/16-year old, angsty past-self who should’ve known better then to wallow in the shit she already KNEW to be shit instead of actually going out and finding something she enjoyed. I guess that’s why I give the impression that I “never really hated anything” - it was because I have (and still do) but express it differently.

But can we take a moment and acknowledge how hypocritical we’ve all been right now? We constantly attack and judge each other by how we spend our time. Take the initial post for any type of indicator for that, and I actually AGREE with the post. It just provided a template to help me switch the perspective around, which led to my rant. Because that’s the thing - I’m not ranting about how I believe people are wrong for hating this movie (they’re not). I’m ranting about how much this letting people get to them. I’m confident that, given time, this film will quiet down and go into obscurity, just like any other thing that blew up so quickly. The meme’s about it already show the lack of respect people actually give this film, and once the jokes become old, the source material will follow, and be considered as just another Disney film, not worth devoting any time to. And I think you might agree with that, but the way people are going about it now is pretty counterproductive if their goal is wanting the film to die in a black hole by constantly reviving it’s existence every day.

moonjellys:

People who get super defensive over frozen like…r u okay? Do you have nothing else worth cherishing besides a shitty overrated movie? Chill dog.

Replace “defensive” with “angry” and “cherishing” with “obsessively hating” and it’s the same fucking thing.

I’ve been seeing a lot of Frozen hate lately. To be honest, I thought it was an okay movie. Not horrible, not grand, but okay. Compared to other Disney films, yeah, it was a big disappointment for me, but I still appreciated it. So in light of this, even though I think it was okay I still think it’s not worth giving SO MUCH TIME ACTUALLY CARING ABOUT IT THIS MUCH

LIKE SERIOUSLY. I UNDERSTAND IF YOU HATE IT OR LOVE IT

BUT DAYUM.

WE’RE KIND OF GETTING OBSESSIVE HERE.

I guess I can see why people would believe it’s toxic to obsess about this movie in a positive light, but obsessing about it in a negative light isn’t any better and it’s baffling how people on the “hating” side of it can’t see that they’re devoting just as much time (or even more time) into something they already believe to be filth than the people that actually like it.

It’s such a big waste of your time to be hating on something so much in this way.

Not just with Frozen.

Let’s forget about Frozen for a minute and realize this: You’re giving up WAY too much of your precious time on this earth devoted to reveling in your own bitterness, hate, and bile over something you’ve already acknowledged shouldn’t be given the light of day towards. Fine, the people who obsessively enjoy the movie are ignorant to the glaring problems you see, but how is obsessively hating over it any better?

It’s like hating people who don’t acknowledge how harmful the sun is, and then staring straight into the sun, getting blinded by it and then getting angry at it for doing that to you. And then doing that every day of your present life.

My point is, I don’t think it’s just one side that needs to learn how to chill down and move the fuck on.

Can we just accept the fact that we hate something and move on? Or, if not, do something PRODUCTIVE with the passion the movie gave us? Because let’s be honest, whether you love it or hate it, you have a RAGING passionate boner that was born from it. Use it so that we can turn the negativity into something positive instead of marinating in the negativity and letting something that you know is beneath you actually getting to you. I promise you, regardless if you love or despise it with every fiber of your being, you’ll look back in your life and realize that you devoted a significant chunk of your life foaming at the mouth with adoration/rage to a shitty overrated movie like Frozen.

acongressofowls:

A complete list of all tracks featured in episodes of Night Vale
"These and More Than These" by Joseph FinkFeatured in Episode 1: PilotListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"The Bus is Late" by Satellite HighFeatured in Episode 2: Glow CloudListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Bill & Annie" by Chuck BrodskyFeatured in Episode 3: Station ManagementListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Closer" by The TinyFeatured in Episode 4: PTA MeetingListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Jerusalem" by Dan BernFeatured in Episode 5: The Shape in Grove ParkListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Aye" by DioFeatured in Episode 6: The DrawbridgeListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Despite What You’ve Been Told" by Two GallantsFeatured in Episode 7: History WeekListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"This Too Shall Pass" by Danny SchmidtFeatured in Episode 8: The Lights in Radon CanyonListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Last Song" by Jason WebleyFeatured in Episode 9: “PYRAMID”Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"i Know This" by Rachel KannFeatured in Episode 10: Feral DogsListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Cigarette Burns Forever" by Adam GreenFeatured in Episode 11: Wheat & Wheat By-ProductsListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Of a Friday Night" by Anais Mitchel(Listed in credits as “The Brightness”)Featured in Episode 12: The CandidateListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"You Don’t Know" by Mount MoonFeatured in Episode 13: A Story About You.Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Movement 1: Invocation of the Duke" by daKAH Hip Hop OrchestraFeatured in Episode 14: The Man in the Tan JacketListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"A Little Irony" by Tom MilsomFeatured in Episode 15: Street Cleaning DayListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Those Days Are Gone and My Heart is Breaking" by Barton CarrollFeatured in Episode 16: The Phone CallListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Neptune’s Jewels" by MysticFeatured in Episode 17: ValentineListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Jews for Jesus Blues" by Clem SnideFeatured in Episode 18: The TravelerListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Eliezer’s Waltz" by The Ventura Klezmer BandFeatured in Episode 19A: The Sandstorm(Falsely credited for Episode 19B)Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Eliezer’s Waltz" by DisparitionFeatured in Episode 19B: The Sandstorm(Falsely credited for Episode 19A)Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Get Me Home" by Robin AignerFeatured in Episode 20: Poetry WeekListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Sni Bong" by Dengue FeverFeatured in Episode 21: A Memory of EuropeListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Winifred" by Seth BoyerFeatured in Episode 22: The Whispering ForestListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Too Much Time" by John VandersliceFeatured in Episode 23: Eternal ScoutsListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Biblical Violence" by HellaFeatured in Episode 24: The MayorListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Sunday Morning Stasis" by Joseph FinkFeatured in Episode 25: One Year LaterListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Long Gone" by Mary EpworthFeatured in Episode 26: Faceless Old WomanListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Team the Best Team" by DoomtreeFeatured in Episode 27: First DateListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"You and I Belong" by Simone FeliceFeatured in Episode 28: Summer Reading ProgramListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Poor in Love" by DestroyerFeatured in Episode 29: SubwayListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"The Lethal Temptress" by The Mendoza LineFeatured in Episode 30: DanaListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Never Be Famous" by HussaloniaFeatured in Episode 31: A Blinking Light up on the MountainListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Palabras de papel" by Nelson PobleteFeatured in Episode 32: Yellow HelicoptersListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Big Houses" by SqualloscopeFeatured in Episode 33: CassetteListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Having Fun" by Tom MilsomFeatured in Episode 34: A Beautiful DreamListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Mijn Manier" by BrainpowerFeatured in Episode 35: Lazy DayListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Peanuts" by Sam ‘n’ AshFeatured in Episode 36: MissingListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Absentee" by Jack CampbellFeatured in Episode 37: The AuctionListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Black White and Red" by Emrys CroninFeatured in Episode 38: Orange GroveListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Penn Station" by The Felice BrothersFeatured in Episode 39: The Woman from ItalyListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Offering" by Black City LightsFeatured in Episode 40: The Deft BowmanListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"What Have They Done to You Now" by Daniel KnoxFeatured in Episode 41: WALKListen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode
"Remember Us" by Gabriel RoyalFeatured in the Live Episode “Condos”Performed at the Bell House in New YorkListen Now - Support the Artist - Purchase the Episode
Last updated: Friday, February 28th, 2014

THANK YOUUUU

acongressofowls:

A complete list of all tracks featured in episodes of Night Vale

"These and More Than These" by Joseph Fink
Featured in Episode 1: Pilot
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"The Bus is Late" by Satellite High
Featured in Episode 2: Glow Cloud
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Bill & Annie" by Chuck Brodsky
Featured in Episode 3: Station Management
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Closer" by The Tiny
Featured in Episode 4: PTA Meeting
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"Jerusalem" by Dan Bern
Featured in Episode 5: The Shape in Grove Park
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Aye" by Dio
Featured in Episode 6: The Drawbridge
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Despite What You’ve Been Told" by Two Gallants
Featured in Episode 7: History Week
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"This Too Shall Pass" by Danny Schmidt
Featured in Episode 8: The Lights in Radon Canyon
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Last Song" by Jason Webley
Featured in Episode 9: “PYRAMID”
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"i Know This" by Rachel Kann
Featured in Episode 10: Feral Dogs
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Cigarette Burns Forever" by Adam Green
Featured in Episode 11: Wheat & Wheat By-Products
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Of a Friday Night" by Anais Mitchel
(Listed in credits as “The Brightness”)
Featured in Episode 12: The Candidate
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"You Don’t Know" by Mount Moon
Featured in Episode 13: A Story About You.
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Movement 1: Invocation of the Duke" by daKAH Hip Hop Orchestra
Featured in Episode 14: The Man in the Tan Jacket
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"A Little Irony" by Tom Milsom
Featured in Episode 15: Street Cleaning Day
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Those Days Are Gone and My Heart is Breaking" by Barton Carroll
Featured in Episode 16: The Phone Call
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Neptune’s Jewels" by Mystic
Featured in Episode 17: Valentine
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Jews for Jesus Blues" by Clem Snide
Featured in Episode 18: The Traveler
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Eliezer’s Waltz" by The Ventura Klezmer Band
Featured in Episode 19A: The Sandstorm
(Falsely credited for Episode 19B)
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Eliezer’s Waltz" by Disparition
Featured in Episode 19B: The Sandstorm
(Falsely credited for Episode 19A)
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Get Me Home" by Robin Aigner
Featured in Episode 20: Poetry Week
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Sni Bong" by Dengue Fever
Featured in Episode 21: A Memory of Europe
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Winifred" by Seth Boyer
Featured in Episode 22: The Whispering Forest
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Too Much Time" by John Vanderslice
Featured in Episode 23: Eternal Scouts
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Biblical Violence" by Hella
Featured in Episode 24: The Mayor
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Sunday Morning Stasis" by Joseph Fink
Featured in Episode 25: One Year Later
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Long Gone" by Mary Epworth
Featured in Episode 26: Faceless Old Woman
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Team the Best Team" by Doomtree
Featured in Episode 27: First Date
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"You and I Belong" by Simone Felice
Featured in Episode 28: Summer Reading Program
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Poor in Love" by Destroyer
Featured in Episode 29: Subway
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"The Lethal Temptress" by The Mendoza Line
Featured in Episode 30: Dana
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Never Be Famous" by Hussalonia
Featured in Episode 31: A Blinking Light up on the Mountain
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Palabras de papel" by Nelson Poblete
Featured in Episode 32: Yellow Helicopters
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Big Houses" by Squalloscope
Featured in Episode 33: Cassette
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Having Fun" by Tom Milsom
Featured in Episode 34: A Beautiful Dream
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Mijn Manier" by Brainpower
Featured in Episode 35: Lazy Day
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Peanuts" by Sam ‘n’ Ash
Featured in Episode 36: Missing
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Absentee" by Jack Campbell
Featured in Episode 37: The Auction
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Black White and Red" by Emrys Cronin
Featured in Episode 38: Orange Grove
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Penn Station" by The Felice Brothers
Featured in Episode 39: The Woman from Italy
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Offering" by Black City Lights
Featured in Episode 40: The Deft Bowman
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"What Have They Done to You Now" by Daniel Knox
Featured in Episode 41: WALK
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Listen to the Episode

"Remember Us" by Gabriel Royal
Featured in the Live Episode “Condos”
Performed at the Bell House in New York
Listen Now - Support the Artist - Purchase the Episode

Last updated: Friday, February 28th, 2014

THANK YOUUUU

davidmichaelbennett:

officialsteampoweredgiraffe:

A new video of us performing our popular song “Honeybee”, straight from our upcoming DVD and digital release of our concert at Walter Robotics Expo, which took place last summer during Comic Con.

Enjoy!

Bam!

First live performance of this song we caught on tape ourselves after years of performing it.

Well….not tape…
Memory cards to be precise… o_o

I know Rabbit always does the thing now in the song now.

You know the thing.

The sad thing beside the malfunction.

But this time the thing was more sad and I can’t asdfghjkl

thebadgersnacksatmidnight:

In light of recent events. I believe this has become relevant again. 

what they really think canada is

You guys, I love these people so much, you don’t understand.