once upon a time, i was in an honors english class as a sophomore in high school, and we covered the great gatsby
and once a day, every day, one young man would say, in the exact same inquisitive tone of wonder,
"wait a minute! is nick gay for gatsby?"
until finally, one day, our teacher shouted, “YES NICK IS GAY FOR GATSBY BUT I CAN’T TEACH YOU THAT BECAUSE THIS IS A CATHOLIC SCHOOL.”
I do wonder if “An Adventure in Time and Space” was historically accurate in that William Hartnell wanted to know how the TARDIS console’s controls worked for consistency.
Same goes for all the Doctors, really, since by the time Tom Baker came around there WAS a single lever (with a big red ball on the end of it) that was the door control and it stayed pretty consistent.
I love getting love notes on my car from my #BFITWWW 😻😽😻😽
I may quite possibly be the absolute worst at customer service. But I did my time in jobs where I wasn’t allowed to help you understand that you’re being a dick. I work very hard on the things I make. And I’m not a faceless company. I’m a person who deserves a “please” in front of anything you want me to do, and any other amount of respect you’d give anyone on the street. If you don’t think people deserve that respect, you sure as hell won’t get it from me. Yeah, this will hurt sales, and you won’t tell your friends to buy my game. But I count that as the cost of teaching you how to be a little more human. Maybe you’ll be less inclined to be rude to someone today. That’s worth more to me than your money. Because my children have to share this world with you.
Animatus – realistic skeletons of famous cartoon characters by Hyungkoo Lee
"Animatus“, an amazing series by Korean artist Hyungkoo Lee, who imagined what could look like the skeletons of cartoon famous characters. Skeletons are made of resin on an aluminum structure.