"Thirty-two hours of higher quality work is better than 40 hours of lower quality work"

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do the bird villagers ever look at the tinier birds in animal crossing and think “what”

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Legend of Zelda Rupee Posters - Created by Barrett Biggers

The perfect poster for gamers who need to keep track of their rupees. Both posters and more are available for sale at Barrett’s Etsy Shop. You can also follow him on Twitter and Tumblr.

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Anonymous asked: I don't have cable, what's "Faking It"?


Get this! A show about two “awkward” cis white heterosexual girls pretending to be freaky lesbians so they can be popular! Because being out in high school makes you SO cool ! The get invited to all the parties now that they are lesbians! The show is a comedy too, you can laugh at many of the jokes ranging from “Does that mean I’m the butch ?” ー because you know you need one girl and one boy in ever lesbian relationship, to “I’ve need some lesbian energy in my life” ー because lesbians are fun objects, like scented candles ! The show is very quirky and I bet EVERY ally in town will be tuning to see it ! Who do you ship?

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what are you doing in my swamp


what are you doing in my swamp

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Fake Pockets: A How To

dude. this comic was made for me.

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The Brainwashing Of My Dad By Fox, Hate Media & Rush Limbaugh 

Many of us understand the damage Rush Limbaugh, FOX News, and hate media has done to our country in promoting racism, homophobia, misogyny and bigotry. They perpetuate lies and poison the minds of people who get sucked in, and use right-wing media as their only source of news. Jen Senko is a filmmaker who watched the transformation of her father, as he slowly came to believe the extreme right-wing lies, and she’s making a documentary about it called, The Brainwashing of My Dad.  Here a personal note from Jen to me,  followed by the Kickstarter commentary:

“I was inspired to make this film after watching my father – a non-political Democrat – turn into a right wing fanatic after a change in his car commute exposed him to the reactionary shows on talk radio. The changes in his behavior caused me to research the changes in the media over the last 30 years – and the effect of those changes on the country was indisputable. As the media have been co-opted more and more by special interests, documentarians have become the new journalists. My hope is that after seeing my film, people will question what the media tells them, and hold them accountable.”

The truth behind the right-wing media machine that changed a father – and the nation

When the filmmaker’s parents moved to a place where her father had a long, solo commute to work and started listening to talk radio to alleviate the boredom, her family saw him change from a non-political Democrat to a radicalized, angry, right-wing Republican. What happened to Dad?

As a filmmaker, Jen Senko tries to understand the transformation of her father from a mild mannered life-long Democrat to an angry, right-wing fanatic, she uncovers the forces behind the media that changed him completely: a plan by Roger Ailes under Nixon for a media by the GOP, The Powell Memo and the dismantling of the Fairness Doctrine, all of which would ultimately misinform millions, divide families and even the country itself.

Remember when Hillary Clinton got pilloried for blaming a “vast right-wing conspiracy” for the relentless attacks against her husband? Maybe you weren’t around then. Well, she said it. Some thought she’d gone off the deep-end. We all know that “conspiracies” mean that you think that we really didn’t land a man on the moon, or that Bigfoot stalks the North – not that there’s anything wrong with that!

But really, was Hillary right? If you think about it, the country has changed dramatically within the last 30 years. During the 1960′s and 70′s, America was moving in a much more socially minded direction. One could say, “liberal.” Then, slowly the country began to shift. What was once considered “right” is now “center-left”. It can’t be denied that corporations play an ever-increasing role in every facet of our government and the media has been instrumental in this development. We are now so divided that the Left will argue that President Obama is to the right of Reagan while the Right labels him a “Socialist”. Hmm. How did that happen?

This documentary will look at the changes that happened to a dad (and many others) when he changed his media habits. Then we look at how the media itself changed and the effect it had on our country. The media has a powerful influence on the American mind – so much so that one could argue: if you control the Media, you control the American Mind.

Article by Leslie Salzillo, find it here at DailyKos.

(Source: liberalamerica.org, via recall-all-republicans)

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Why can’t we live by Zelda logic like I be mowin’ the lawn or some shit and I find $5s and $10s everywhere

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"stop thinking into it so much, it’s a kids show!"

every single kids show was written by adults

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i think it’s a universal truth that everyone in our generation takes pluto’s losing its planetary status as a personal offense


pluto is smaller than russia. why did we ever even consider it a planet?




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This made my day. x

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