i honestly cannot believe it.
Okay so I was watching this particular bit and it was incredible.
The first problem was getting Air Jordan to use surf in the river. Somehow, it only took one try, and everyone immediately started moving down to the Power Plant.
Then it was a matter of slowly but surely navigating the Power Plant itself. While it did take roughly 20 minutes or so, most of that time was due to wild pokemon, not getting lost or taking a wrong turn. There was at least one time we came very close to tossing the Master Ball. During one of the battles with a Lv. 40 Voltorb, Bird Jesus was in danger of being killed, and before running away, we switched to Cabbage, who proceeded to take the hit from Selfdestruct and died.
During the entire trek around the Power Plant, democracy was very close to being enacted, because there were several risks involved once we actually got to Zapdos. There was the risk of killing it like usual, but there was also the risk of using Whirlwind on it or running away, and you don’t get second chances with Legendary Pokemon. We also had to go past the 6 Great Balls in our inventory, and accidentally using those could’ve gotten our party wiped if they didn’t work.
But by the time we got to Zapdos, we were still in Anarchy, and everything was on the line.
We immediately made it to the Item menu, scrolling down, consulting various artifacts. We managed to skip the Great Balls, but then we also skipped the Master Ball. All it would take was one “up” command and an “a” to capture Zapdos.
And that’s exactly what happened.
50K People managed to catch a Legendary Bird on Anarchy.
Zapdos was summarily named “AA-J.” Most people translate this as “Anarchy Jesus,” because Zapdos was caught in Anarchy.
This red fox was found nestled up in the snow in a backyard in Alberta, Canda. Article
im not crying there’s just overpriced college education in my eye
Dr. Caroline Heldman breaks it down
Amazing video. Should be required viewing for high school students. I may make it required viewing for my future college students.
"The Fighting Fucktoy" is my new favourite phrase.
See: Why male gaze is awful and needs to be addressed
This documentary was awesome and powerful definitely recommend that you guys watch it!
To those who argue against the idea that physically strong characters are not necessarily empowered characters, I highly recommend watching Miss Representation. Also for TONS of other reasons (this is only one topic covered). Basically, watch Miss Representation.
Rebel Girls Will Save the World. Pastel Punk Sailor Scouts on posters, pillows, totes and more.
Favourite animators: You Yoshinari (吉成曜)
- Introduction to You Yoshinari’s style
- You Yoshinari’s amazing artwork
- Sakuga: The Animation of Anime pt.11 - You Yoshinari: Gainax & Trigger Superstar
- Some of the scenes animated by You Yoshinari: part 1, part 2, part 3
- List of anime he’s worked on + sakuga wiki
- Don’t forget to click the gifs for the titles and additional notes!
- And yes, he is the one who directed “Little Witch Academia”
that one person you never really talk to but you reblog the shit outta each other
it took a long time to restock (we switched printers), but all sizes of the DW shirt are back in stock!
(The black/pink variant has been discontinued, sorry!)
Yes, because a woman’s age and who she’s married to are the only important thing. It’s not like she’s an individual person with intellect, skills and experience. No, she’s just an old woman married to Bill Clinton.
This is fucking hilarious and frustrating as hell. Really, Fox News?
Hillary Clinton is 66
Ron Paul is 78
Mitt Romney is 66
Rick Perry is 63
Herman Cain is 68
John McCain is 77
But Hillary is the one who is too old.
As an actress, I realize that viewers are entitled to have whatever feelings they want about the characters they watch. But as a human being, I’m concerned that so many people react to Skyler with such venom. Could it be that they can’t stand a woman who won’t suffer silently or “stand by her man”? That they despise her because she won’t back down or give up? Or because she is, in fact, Walter’s equal? But I finally realized that most people’s hatred of Skyler had little to do with me and a lot to do with their own perception of women and wives. Because Skyler didn’t conform to a comfortable ideal of the archetypical female, she had become a kind of Rorschach test for society, a measure of our attitudes toward gender.”
GRANDMA, IT’S ME, ANASTASIA