all up in my mindgrapes

Just some things I'm thinking about. It's not a big deal or anything. Don't get too stoked.

Sep 2

Aug 29

safeword-cat said: I love Tuca's camel toe!

lisahanawalt:

Shane: Lisa Hanawalt posted a really cute Tuca illustration a bit ago.

Me: Oh I will check it out… *laughter* Her camel toe is saying, “Thank you!”

Shane: Yeah, I knew you’d like it.


Hmm, my other blog, Fries Across America turned 4 today. I was just looking at it the other night, nostalgic for my 3-week life on the road. I realized I never actually finished writing about it and obviously now it’s too late. The other thing about this is that this means I have been living in LA for nearly 4 years. It feels weird. 

Hmm, my other blog, Fries Across America turned 4 today. I was just looking at it the other night, nostalgic for my 3-week life on the road. I realized I never actually finished writing about it and obviously now it’s too late. The other thing about this is that this means I have been living in LA for nearly 4 years. It feels weird. 


ninjasexfarty:

Important, always-relevant comic done by the wonderful Ursa Eyer.

(via shloobykitten)


Aug 27
ratsoff:


His name, he revealed, was Christopher Thomas Knight. Born on December 7, 1965. He said he had no address, no vehicle, did not file a tax return, and did not receive mail. He said he lived in the woods.
"For how long?" wondered Perkins-Vance.
Knight thought for a bit, then asked when the Chernobyl nuclear-plant disaster occurred. He had long ago lost the habit of marking time in months or years; this was just a news event he happened to remember. The nuclear meltdown took place in 1986, the same year, Knight said, he went to live in the woods. He was 20 years old at the time, not long out of high school. He was now 47, a middle-aged man.
Knight stated that over all those years he slept only in a tent. He never lit a fire, for fear that smoke would give his camp away. He moved strictly at night. He said he didn’t know if his parents were alive or dead. He’d not made one phone call or driven in a car or spent any money. He had never in his life sent an e-mail or even seen the Internet.

(via The Strange Tale of the North Pond Hermit)

ratsoff:

His name, he revealed, was Christopher Thomas Knight. Born on December 7, 1965. He said he had no address, no vehicle, did not file a tax return, and did not receive mail. He said he lived in the woods.

"For how long?" wondered Perkins-Vance.

Knight thought for a bit, then asked when the Chernobyl nuclear-plant disaster occurred. He had long ago lost the habit of marking time in months or years; this was just a news event he happened to remember. The nuclear meltdown took place in 1986, the same year, Knight said, he went to live in the woods. He was 20 years old at the time, not long out of high school. He was now 47, a middle-aged man.

Knight stated that over all those years he slept only in a tent. He never lit a fire, for fear that smoke would give his camp away. He moved strictly at night. He said he didn’t know if his parents were alive or dead. He’d not made one phone call or driven in a car or spent any money. He had never in his life sent an e-mail or even seen the Internet.

(via The Strange Tale of the North Pond Hermit)



Aug 26

the-girl-who-cant-wait said: You've probably gotten eighty of these, but I loved Bojack Horseman and I loved your design work. I hope all you talented people get a second season, you deserve it.

lisahanawalt:

Thank you for watching!!!

YES BOJACK IS GETTING A SECOND SEASON!!!!  NETFLIX CALLS DIBS!!

Just for fun, here’s a sketch from when I first started designing the show (with watercolors!) back in 2012:

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jessethorn:

Join Me in Los Angeles for Bullseye Live!
As some of you likely know, I host and produce an NPR program called Bullseye. From time to time, we present live shows that combine on-stage conversations with live music and comedy. I’m so excited to share that we’ll be in Los Angeles on October 15th, performing at the Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever Cemetery.
I can’t share the lineup details now, but you can expect a wonderful mix of guests - last time we were in LA, we had Bill Hader, The Internet and others.
So: I have two requests of you.
First, tickets just went on sale, so if you’re in Southern California, buy yours now.
Second, please share the news with someone who lives in the area. Reblog, post on Facebook, tweet the link. Our marketing budget is zero, and we’d love to make this a regular event in this spectacular venue.
Here’s that ticket link one more time.

This is going to be great!! 

jessethorn:

Join Me in Los Angeles for Bullseye Live!

As some of you likely know, I host and produce an NPR program called Bullseye. From time to time, we present live shows that combine on-stage conversations with live music and comedy. I’m so excited to share that we’ll be in Los Angeles on October 15th, performing at the Masonic Lodge at Hollywood Forever Cemetery.

I can’t share the lineup details now, but you can expect a wonderful mix of guests - last time we were in LA, we had Bill Hader, The Internet and others.

So: I have two requests of you.

First, tickets just went on sale, so if you’re in Southern California, buy yours now.

Second, please share the news with someone who lives in the area. Reblog, post on Facebook, tweet the link. Our marketing budget is zero, and we’d love to make this a regular event in this spectacular venue.

Here’s that ticket link one more time.

This is going to be great!! 


Aug 23
pizzzatime:

thegroovyarchives: by Miguel Calatayud

pizzzatime:

thegroovyarchives: by Miguel Calatayud


Aug 22

onthechanggang:

ransomdracalis:

Seconding the “escalation of force” critique. Their weapon handling is shit. Their crowd control is shit. The police there are clearly poorly-trained, poorly-lead, and just generally fucking up in every way possible.

Important.


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