Of course I regret drawing this piece of shit but it is what I look like to the T! =P

Of course I regret drawing this piece of shit but it is what I look like to the T! =P

mai TMNT Sketch.

mai TMNT Sketch.

neonbrightblack:

arielvevo:

I THOUGHT I HAD A FAVOURITE INFOMERCIAL GIF

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BUT I THINK I HAVE FOUND A NEW FAVOURITE

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WHO DOES THAT???!

(Source: turnipsalad)

spicy-vagina-tacos:

mainstreetinternet:

The science witch trials

i had this shit as a child and it was so much fucking fun to play with

Burn ‘em!

(via who-knows-hung)

vicemag:

The Many Mysteries of Al Sharpton
It’s Wednesday morning, the first day of Al Sharpton’s National Action Network convention, and D’Juan Collins is telling me how the state took his son and won’t give him back. A slight man in a linen button-down and a Bluetooth earpiece, Collins is passing out flyers with a baby photo of his son Isaiah and a plug for his site, www.SaveIsaiah.com. Isaiah, now seven, was put into foster care in 2007, when Collins was sent to prison. When I ask what he was sent in for, he demurs. The conviction was overturned last year, he says, but Brooklyn Family Court and the foster care agency have declined to return custody of his son.
He has come here, to Sharpton’s annual civil rights confab, to get help. “I’m all about networking,” Collins explains, “because I can’t do this alone.”
If the Reverend Al Sharpton has a nexus of power, it is here, in the sweaty third-floor ballroom of the Sheraton Times Square, where more than 6,000 activists have assembled to talk shop at panels with titles like “American Holsters: How the Gun Won,” “The Role of Media in Crafting the Social Narrative,” and “Truth to Power Revival.” Outwardly, the annual civil rights hoedown is an essentially political event, a display of the influence Sharpton has aggressively cultivated over three decades in the national spotlight. But the convention is also a yearly pilgrimage for people, like Collins, who have been beaten by the system, screwed by insidious and structural racism that has stacked the deck against them. Because Al Sharpton, in addition to being a syndicated radio host, prime-time MSNBC talking head, and personal friend of the president, is still the guy you call when your kid gets shot.
Everyone I meet on Wednesday has a story. One woman at the conference tells me she’s here for the first time this year because her nephew was killed in Harlem last week, and she wants to “talk to the reverend about gun control.” Another spends the morning passing out yard signs that read: “My Civil Rights Were Violated.”
In some circles, Sharpton is considered ridiculous—a 90s race-riot relic turned smug cable-news hack. It’s easy to forget that he is probably the most powerful civil rights leader in the country, and a political kingmaker whose influence is evidenced by the parade of liberal pols who drop by his conference every year to pay their respects. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio was on hand Wednesday, as was Attorney General Eric Holder and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. President Obama is headlining Friday.
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vicemag:

The Many Mysteries of Al Sharpton

It’s Wednesday morning, the first day of Al Sharpton’s National Action Network convention, and D’Juan Collins is telling me how the state took his son and won’t give him back. A slight man in a linen button-down and a Bluetooth earpiece, Collins is passing out flyers with a baby photo of his son Isaiah and a plug for his site, www.SaveIsaiah.com. Isaiah, now seven, was put into foster care in 2007, when Collins was sent to prison. When I ask what he was sent in for, he demurs. The conviction was overturned last year, he says, but Brooklyn Family Court and the foster care agency have declined to return custody of his son.

He has come here, to Sharpton’s annual civil rights confab, to get help. “I’m all about networking,” Collins explains, “because I can’t do this alone.”

If the Reverend Al Sharpton has a nexus of power, it is here, in the sweaty third-floor ballroom of the Sheraton Times Square, where more than 6,000 activists have assembled to talk shop at panels with titles like “American Holsters: How the Gun Won,” “The Role of Media in Crafting the Social Narrative,” and “Truth to Power Revival.” Outwardly, the annual civil rights hoedown is an essentially political event, a display of the influence Sharpton has aggressively cultivated over three decades in the national spotlight. But the convention is also a yearly pilgrimage for people, like Collins, who have been beaten by the system, screwed by insidious and structural racism that has stacked the deck against them. Because Al Sharpton, in addition to being a syndicated radio host, prime-time MSNBC talking head, and personal friend of the president, is still the guy you call when your kid gets shot.

Everyone I meet on Wednesday has a story. One woman at the conference tells me she’s here for the first time this year because her nephew was killed in Harlem last week, and she wants to “talk to the reverend about gun control.” Another spends the morning passing out yard signs that read: “My Civil Rights Were Violated.”

In some circles, Sharpton is considered ridiculous—a 90s race-riot relic turned smug cable-news hack. It’s easy to forget that he is probably the most powerful civil rights leader in the country, and a political kingmaker whose influence is evidenced by the parade of liberal pols who drop by his conference every year to pay their respects. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio was on hand Wednesday, as was Attorney General Eric Holder and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. President Obama is headlining Friday.

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My (Thing) sketch

My (Thing) sketch

pixelclash:

cut in half - Strider (Capcom - arcade - 1989) 

pixelclash:

cut in half - Strider (Capcom - arcade - 1989) 

12 years

I’ll be married for 12 years this Saturday. She is my everything and has given me two wonderful kids and a lifetime of love and I’m only 30

Tags: love

spider-man Sketch from last week.

spider-man Sketch from last week.

flexum:

#tbt Like to say thank you to Mr Freeze of the original Rock Steady Crew for the opportunity to rep at UBC. I was one 12 that got pick for the final battle but unfortunately couldn’t make it. Congrats to Gravity who took my spot and the win. Also to my homie Ben from KHZ for taking second along with my brotha Moy for having the round of the night. #throwback #ubc

flexum:

#tbt Like to say thank you to Mr Freeze of the original Rock Steady Crew for the opportunity to rep at UBC. I was one 12 that got pick for the final battle but unfortunately couldn’t make it. Congrats to Gravity who took my spot and the win. Also to my homie Ben from KHZ for taking second along with my brotha Moy for having the round of the night. #throwback #ubc

Amazing Arizona Comic Con

Amazing Comic Con today or as i like to call it “Shut up and take my money day”
(I know I look stupid and it is not my money)

Amazing Comic Con today or as i like to call it “Shut up and take my money day”

(I know I look stupid and it is not my money)

(Source: ghostanime, via domthephenom)