Broken Lines

Animation and personal junk.

Hosted a life drawing event at a local coffee shop. So lucky to have a sympathetic coffee shop owner and enthusiastic friends to draw with!

Model - Daniella LaBossiere

thisismeok:

"average fictional cop arrests 100 people at a time" factoid actually statistical error. average fictional cop arrests 1 person at a time. sam vimes, who arrested two entire armies at once, is an outlier adn should not have been counted.

They were conspiring to cause a breach of the peace, and loitering within tent(s).

(via geekgirlsmash)

The coast road west of Shin Jeju is just gorgeous. I finally took the wheel (handlebars?) after passing the first part of my Korean driving test. Nobody died! We’re having the best vacation ever. Happy Chuseok!

The coast road west of Shin Jeju is just gorgeous. I finally took the wheel (handlebars?) after passing the first part of my Korean driving test. Nobody died! We’re having the best vacation ever. Happy Chuseok!

Anonymous asked: Anita faked her threats. Also writers that have spoken against this "gaming feminism" have ACTUALLY received threats (the ones making the threats, their twitter pages are actually real people). You should honestly be ashamed for pushing your false narrative and dishonesty.

kateordie:

comicsalliance:

Go fuck yourself.

There are many good reasons I work for ComicsAlliance, but their site-wide stance against misogyny and grade-A snark are top of the list.

victoriousvocabulary:

LUNACY
[noun]
1. insanity; mental disorder.
2. intermittent insanity, formerly believed to be related to phases of the moon.
3. extreme foolishness or an instance of it.
4. Law: unsoundness of mind sufficient to incapacitate one for civil transactions.
Etymology: lunatic (from Middle English lunatik < Old French lunatique < Late Latin lūnāticus, “moonstruck”, from Latin lūna, “the moon”) + -acy (a suffix of nouns of quality, state, office, etc., from Latin -ācia, -ātia).
[Lenka Simeckova - Janitor of Lunacy]

victoriousvocabulary:

LUNACY

[noun]

1. insanity; mental disorder.

2. intermittent insanity, formerly believed to be related to phases of the moon.

3. extreme foolishness or an instance of it.

4. Law: unsoundness of mind sufficient to incapacitate one for civil transactions.

Etymology: lunatic (from Middle English lunatik < Old French lunatique < Late Latin lūnāticus, “moonstruck”, from Latin lūna, “the moon”) + -acy (a suffix of nouns of quality, state, office, etc., from Latin -ācia, -ātia).

[Lenka Simeckova - Janitor of Lunacy]