That moment when…

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scherzosscrawlings:

Orioles completely rock it all season.

Have a complete meltdown in the post-season.

Come on guys get it the fuck together.  I’m not even really into baseball but this is just pitiful.

Totally know that feel bro.

           - Denver Broncos Fan

askdarkrose:

Thanks you all so much for 150 followers! It means so much to me that after this blog got off to a rocky start that it has gotten this far. I honestly don’t know how to fully give my gratitude, just THANK YOU! Here’s to the next milestone!! :D

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That’s really good to hear! Thank you so much for the shout out, and keep up the good work!

art-lemon-birdy:

Nightfury night time - 2 by mmtob3
I wasn’t planning on uploading this one at first…I wanted a new background with clouds, night and a dragon so i made this in a couple days.I like it so might as well share.Hope you enjoyDone with Photoshop CS5, standard brushes only, no references used (except the moon which uses a picture as overlay for details…. lazy me)

Wow.

art-lemon-birdy:

Nightfury night time - 2 by mmtob3

I wasn’t planning on uploading this one at first…
I wanted a new background with clouds, night and a dragon so i made this in a couple days.

I like it so might as well share.

Hope you enjoy

Done with Photoshop CS5, standard brushes only, no references used (except the moon which uses a picture as overlay for details…. lazy me)

Wow.

lockersnapwhiteboard:

Headcanon:  Living on a dull rock farm, Blinkie developed a fantastic imagination.

raikoh14:

leseanthomas:

"The Hub was a source of tension between Discovery and Hasbro. Hub executives often clashed with Hasbro over programming strategy. Hasbro regarded the partnership with Discovery as a way to drive toy sales, and that often led the toy maker to balk at supporting shows that had good ratings but weren’t moving product, current and former Hub executives said."
http://www.cartoonbrew.com/business/goodbye-hub-network-hello-discovery-family-103880.html

Gee, so this thing’s even worse than I thought. I’m surprised that Hasbro is now in talks with Cartoon Network about bringing their shows to them, considering the issues and ultimately the cancellation of Transformers Animated because of relation issues. 

That would explain why Dan Vs. went away too. No toys to sell so why waste the time slot, even if the programming was good and the advertising dollars were coming in?
It does raise the very faint, flickering glimmer of a possibility that perhaps it might show up on CN, or elsewhere. And if it does well… perhaps a Season Four? The Facebook page is still going strong, even after all this time…

raikoh14:

leseanthomas:

"The Hub was a source of tension between Discovery and Hasbro. Hub executives often clashed with Hasbro over programming strategy. Hasbro regarded the partnership with Discovery as a way to drive toy sales, and that often led the toy maker to balk at supporting shows that had good ratings but weren’t moving product, current and former Hub executives said."


http://www.cartoonbrew.com/business/goodbye-hub-network-hello-discovery-family-103880.html

Gee, so this thing’s even worse than I thought. I’m surprised that Hasbro is now in talks with Cartoon Network about bringing their shows to them, considering the issues and ultimately the cancellation of Transformers Animated because of relation issues. 

That would explain why Dan Vs. went away too. No toys to sell so why waste the time slot, even if the programming was good and the advertising dollars were coming in?

It does raise the very faint, flickering glimmer of a possibility that perhaps it might show up on CN, or elsewhere. And if it does well… perhaps a Season Four? The Facebook page is still going strong, even after all this time…

Ok seriously, this smartphone was the dumbest decision I have ever made I regret it completely and you will never ever be able to take it away from me again everrrrrrr.

vertex-the-pony answered your question “Any Strong Samsung Opinions?”

I’d say the’re pretty much the same. if you want a huge screen, go for the note 3

The huge screen and little tablet pen are tempting, but the S5 also has a large screen (larger than I’ve ever had), and it’s got “waterproofing” features. I’d never actually put it in a pail of water to test that, but I can foresee me spilling something on it or pulling it out in the rain. I think the stylus would end up being a toy I just wouldn’t use for anything constructive.

gross-weeaboo-trash replied to your post “Any Strong Samsung Opinions?”

I like my Galaxy S3. It’s got lots of versatile usage and has good battery life.

My sister has the S3 and said it’s been a good phone for her. She said she’d prefer an iPhone only because her friends and coworkers use iPhone “sharing features” that Andriods don’t have, but that her S3 has been a good phone otherwise.

I think I’m gonna go with the S5. It’s been well tested and proven solid, and has the waterproofing. I don’t really need a mini-tablet, I need a good smartphone. If I really want to get a tablet I should just get a real tablet.

Thanks for the comments guys!

Any Strong Samsung Opinions?

So I’m thinking about joining the 21st century and getting a smartphone. I’m trying to decide between the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, or the S 5. Anyone have a strong opinion either way?

Also, before anyone says “Wait for the iPhone 6”, I’m trying to get this done before the 20th, because that’s when my current phone requires I pay money to keep my phone number active. The iPhone 6 won’t come out until Friday, which means it’ll probably be into next week before I have a prayer of getting my hands on one. Plus I’m not certain I’m real keen about being one of the guinea pigs for Apple’s latest, greatest gadget. I think I’d rather go with something that’s already been kicked around a bit.

asktwinkiepie:

((No excuses))

Twilight’s book selection is interesting.

Talk about a blast from the past, dayum.