Ziggy + Angel + Rain

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  1. Pissed the fuck off. I don't like being pissed off, and that, in and of itself, kind of makes me even more pissed off.
  2. I've never really considered myself a Star Wars fan, but I liked Carrie Fisher. I appreciated her more later in her life; more for her sense of humor, wit, and honesty regarding her personal life. Princess Leia was but a part of who she was; a funny, lovely, interesting woman.
  3. I finished the drawing way before now, but I had trouble getting up with you at MLPF: http://passer-in-the-storm.deviantart.com/art/Commission-WT-and-WD-resized-653705828

    1. Bakugou Is My Man ❤

      Bakugou Is My Man ❤

      Oh, wow. This looks great. You really did great work here! Thank you so, so much for doing this for me, Ziggy. I really appreciate it~

    2. Ziggy + Angel + Rain

      Ziggy + Angel + Rain

      I'm glad you like the drawing; though I'm not glad about whatever miscommunication must have occurred after you approached me for a $10 commission (as clearly stated in my journal entry). Wasn't intended as a request / gift, but I guess I have no control over that anymore. Still: Glad you like it; your drawing is the last "request" I'll be doing.

  4. Thank you very much, @ChB. ^ ^ My loved ones and friends make every day special (and interesting lol). I've (or someone else has) already posted these at some point, but I feel like spamming some internet-found Rainbow images today:
  5. Not even remotely close to what I actually said. I said that people disingenuously use that position as an excuse to be douche bags. And they are; they are free to do so. Oftentimes without any significant repercussions and while behind a protective layer of anonymity; there's very little so much as hindering them. Yet, I constantly see people complaining about how their rights are being stripped away by SJWs. I've long since maintained the position you described, and I was exercising - in the very post you quoted - my ability to do what you said. So you essentially just quoted someone who agrees with you for the purpose of disagreeing with a sentiment they never expressed. Though, on the "freedom of speech" is "bad" front: even the dumbest son of a bitch has the right to exercise that freedom, and I've no delusions of being able to control that. However, it doesn't mean that they actually have anything worthwhile to say. Freedom of speech is a volume business. All I was suggesting is that someone give a few seconds of thought to what they're going to say before saying it. Prior to spouting the same hypocritical bullshit I've seen regurgitated all over the internet.
  6. Extremism in any group is a bad thing, but anyone who would use the extremists present in the feminist movement as an excuse to hate ALL women is a massive jackass. And, it just so happens, that behavior only hands said extremists the validation they're looking for. You also mentioned racism; that's a similarly "fun" topic. I routinely see the denizens of the internet condemning "social justice warriors" and "political correctness," and, from an earnest freedom of speech perspective, I can kind-of see where they're coming from. But, at the same damn time, I see people who just use that as justification for spouting racial slurs and hate speech towards people who are different than they are. The anti-SJW crowd ALSO contains extremists, and they just make all of the freedom-of-speechers look bad by association. This correlates directly to extremism in feminism. The next time someone's condemning feminism and feminists, it might be worthwhile for them to take a look at the stupid fucks who cry out against political correctness before saying the most moronic, troll-ish, and deliberately inflammatory thing they can under the guise of practicing their rights. Because those people are just as full of shit - and self-validating - as any extremist out there.
  7. LiaAqila produces Dashie arts faster than I can post them. o_O Fwuffy? by LiaAqila (all of the arts in this post are by the same artist) Together! September Truth Or Dare
  8. I do find her attractive. Chun-Li from Street Fighter - but as a centaur.
  9. Sonic Adventure 2 Battle. I still own the Gamecube disc, and I just played through it again the other day with a friend. Sonic: Lost World is another one of my favorites. Sonic the Hedgehog 2 was easily my favorite among the early Sonic titles; though I never cared much for the 2D side-scrolling Sonics.
  10. So what you're saying is that a talking, flying, presumably magical equine would, for absolutely no discernible reason, have to adhere to different rules of physics were she to find herself in our universe performing an aerial maneuver that only magical winged equines from Equestria (as far as we've seen) are capable of performing. ...Why? She's magic; she can fucking fly. And at high rates of speed that cause rainbow-colored midair explosions. Magic says, "Screw the rules"; that's essentially what magic does. For the ponies of Equestria, their daily life IS "in real life"; I see no reason that anything they can do in Equestria would suddenly be rendered impossible or unusually dangerous were they to travel elsewhere. tl;dr: She'd be fine; same as anytime she performs the maneuver in Equestria.
  11. Lumping together Christmas and early birthday presents: DOOM and recore for Xbox One from my brother Sketchpad, Sharpies, and chocolate cake from a cousin A neat octopus mug from another cousin; he also took us out of town and paid for dinner at IHOP The Complete Poetical Works of H.P. Lovecraft, chocolate, and a comic book from my Finnish friend A local friend gave me a really nice Italian shirt And another friend gave me PSN cards so I could digitally purchase Final Fantasy XV
  12. Merry Chr- Hearth's Warming. Merry Hearth's Warming. Rainbow Dash - Snowdash by cheezedoodle96
  13. No: though Lex Luger was my overly-muscled spirit animal. I used to know a guy named Mike, and I was fairly rotund back in high school. But that's about as close as it got.
  14. If you're talking about actually and totally off the ground (rather than awkwardly and angrily "walking" a large appliance or piece of furniture out the door), I used to pick up one of my friends in high school onto my shoulders for the purpose of performing a wrestling maneuver called "The Rack." xD ^ This is the maneuver. Not a picture of me and my friend in high school, just to clarify.
  15. Another fun fact: Fermentation doesn't happen instantaneously. Head on over to wiki and they'll tell you cider is typically fermented from anywhere between three months and three years. Could the stuff be fermented in comparatively less time? I'm sure it could. But could fermentation be accomplished during the minutes (even hours seems like a stretch) between production and distribution we saw during the contest with Flim and Flam? Here's a frothy-headed mug that was handed to Granny immediately after the Super Cider Whatsit sucked apples out of a tree and pressed them into cider: There's foam in the cider because it's a visual cue that there's cider in the mug. I always see the "cider foam" argument pop up when this topic does, and it doesn't hold water.
  16. During our Wal-Mart shopping trip yesterday, I found this Rainbow Dash plush bank kind of last-minute. I realize that her mane and eye color aren't show-accurate (reminds me of a blue-eyed Dashie animation error seasons ago), but I still thought the plush was too cute to leave behind.
  17. I remember having some variety, but I also had multiples of favorite characters. The majority of which, it just so happens, were characters I'd first seen in their respective media. Thing is: Once I started to exhibit favoritism, my mom was observant enough to notice that I preferred Raphael over the other Ninja Turtles or Mario over Luigi, and she was the one who bought me toys. Whether you're a child-child or an adult-child, it's... Kinda more fun to play with or collect characters that you've especial affection for. I didn't and don't necessarily have anything against the other characters, but I've always played favorites.
  18. I buy Rainbow Dash merch. That's my answer. Really, though? (And the RD plush bank I purchased today doesn't appear in this photo.)
  19. Yes, I do. Rias Gremory from, again, High School DxD.
  20. Bowie had class; and was in a class of his own. Koneko Toujou from High School DxD.
  21. My cousin took us to f.y.e., and I came home with a few choice Funko figures. We already had the leftmost Spike (Buffy the Vampire Slayer) figure, and now he's joined by Willow (also from Buffy), Chun-Li (Street Fighter), and Sailor Mercury (Sailor Moon).
  22. I started working on a drawing of Angel wearing Rogue's (X-Men) getup. They're both attractive redheads, both of them can fly, and they're both strong and sassy (positive connotation on that sassy); it works. x3 It's gotten to the point where I'm making MLP dank memes.
  23. A friend talked me into starting an H.P. Lovecraft dank meme page on Facebook; we both contribute to the page. Here's one of the latest and most stupidest memes: And said friend started up their own ridiculous but necessary Zelda / Link dank meme page. Here's one of their posts: If you're on Facebook and even remotely interested in Lovecraft or Zelda or dank memes, you might see something you like.