welcome to the future of digital art

welcome to the future of digital art

christianswanson:

toastradamus:

is Skullgirls even worth getting?

Skullgirls is a good game to get if you plan to violently masturbate to faux-anime women while you play a fighting game. If you’re getting it for any other reason than “I NEED TO SEE TITTTTTTS,” you’re making a bad decision. 

I mean, I’d still say it’s a pretty bad decision. But that’s the thing about skullgirls. It LOVES its internet memes, and it LOVES showing you the characters’ tits. 

seconding this. i don’t know you, toastradamus, but if you get skullgirls you will be making a gigantic mistake

That’s why I message you so often with random shit on my mind.

as you are welcome to!

rottenmeats:

Voting needs to be changed so that everyone can actually vote. Local news shoukd cover every election by law, we need extended days and public transport just for elections. And stop holding that shit in churches studies have shown thay skews ppls votes.
Business should be shut down election day so that the ppl who matter can actually get to the poles

i have thought this for years (though i didn’t know they held votes in churches - i’ve only voted in schools or the fire department)

like thinking before you speak is definitely a good thing (especially for me) but i feel like there are a lot of things i just can’t really say and that sort of bothers me

there are a lot of things i find myself not saying because i’m worried about how folks will react (but not in a healthy way)

rottenmeats:

"Michigan blocked affermitive action by a vote theres no racism in the ppls vote."

61% of the population voted, 50% of that were white. Shut up.

gaywrites:

Mississippi recently passed a law allowing businesses to deny LGBT people on religious grounds, but some business owners aren’t having it. Hundreds of businesses throughout the state are displaying these stickers in their windows to demonstrate their commitment to equality. It’s part of “If You’re Buying, We’re Selling,” a campaign by Equality Mississippi and 30 local businesses to combat harmful effects of the religious freedom bill. Yes, yes, yes. Mississippians, look for this when you shop. (via The Advocate)

gaywrites:

Mississippi recently passed a law allowing businesses to deny LGBT people on religious grounds, but some business owners aren’t having it. Hundreds of businesses throughout the state are displaying these stickers in their windows to demonstrate their commitment to equality. It’s part of “If You’re Buying, We’re Selling,” a campaign by Equality Mississippi and 30 local businesses to combat harmful effects of the religious freedom bill. Yes, yes, yes. Mississippians, look for this when you shop. (via The Advocate)

(via rottenmeats)

wocinsolidarity:

odinsblog:

#myNYPD

the OOP heard around the world

(via rottenmeats)

apparently images by people i’ve ignored still show up on the front page of weasyl