IT'S MILK AND EGGS, BITCH.
the interwebs is huge. neverendingly infinite. this is where i'm collecting the tidbits i want to remember.
topics include, but not limited to social justice, adventure time, les miserables, and harry potter among many many many other fandoms.
- Pokemon Red
- Pokemon Blue
- Pokemon Gold
- Pokemon Silver
- Pokemon Bronze
- Pokemon Red Fire
- Pokemon Grass Green
- Pokemon Ruby Tuesday
- Pokemon Safe Fire
- Pokemon A B C
- Pokemon X Y Z
- Pokemon Now I know my A B C’s
- Pokemon Dungeon Dice Monsters
- Pokemon The Last Airbender
- Pokemon of the Galaxy
- Pokemon Horror Story: Asylum
- Pokemon Horror Story: Coven
- Pokemon Horror Story: ….Coven 2
- Pokemon Ping Pong
- Pokemon Party
- Pokemon Party 8
- PokeKart: Double Dash
- Pokemon Crunch Wrap Supreme
- Pokemon Cross Dress
- Pokemon Fingerblast
- Pokemon Facebook Edition
- Pokemon Who?
- Castlevania 2: Simon’s Quest
Wade: I babysit Kitty a lot and she’s not too bad. And our “Princess” sessions aren’t half bad either. I get a lot of oranges and my nails look fabulous.
Rogue: Oh please,Logan doesn’ trust you with kids. Let alone a mutant toddler. I babysit both of ‘em.
Wade: You’re only allowed to join because you have a good taste in dresses.
Native Americans represent just one per cent of the US population and some languages have only one speaker left. Now a new generation is fighting to preserve the culture.
DONALD GLOVER IS SPIDER-MAN AT LAST (IN DISNEY XD’S ANIMATED SPIDER-MAN SERIES)
“My name is Miles Morales, and I’m Spider-Man.” With those words, Donald Glover takes his place among the ranks of official on-screen Spider-Men.
It’s been known for a while now that Miles Morales, the Ultimate Universe version of Spider-Man, would make his screen debut in an upcoming episode of the Disney XD series Ultimate Spider-Man: Web Warriors, but only now do we know that the part will be voiced by actor and Spidey fan Donald Glover. It’s a brilliant casting decision that we choose to interpret as the first step towards more Miles in other media, rather than an end in its own right.Full circle. :)
YES. YES OHMYGOD.
Ferguson is about many things, starting first with race and policing in America. But it’s also about internet, net neutrality and algorithmic filtering. It’s a clear example of why “saving the Internet”, as it often phrased, is not an abstract issue of concern only to nerds, Silicon Valley bosses, and few NGOs. It’s why “algorithmic filtering” is not a vague concern.
Ferguson is a net neutrality issue, too.thehpalliance)