Last year, 22-time Emmy award-winning reporter John Stofflet posted this news video he created for KING-TV in 2004, featuring Paul Smith and his artistic talents.
"It’s something to do."
I’ve been really busy, but not busy enough to forget my baby’s birthday :”>
Belated happy birthday, Yoshi!~You changed my life in one way or another, and that’s probably me Flamwenco-ing my way through deadlines, but I’m very grateful still to Manglobe for creating such a wonderful show! <3
You guys should all watch it :3c
Until now, I’m very affected by this show OTL
Holy mother of literary mashups, these are some awesome handmade Prufrock-themed shoes. To be worn while listening to T.S. Eliot’s exquisite reading of “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.”
(via The Paris Review)
a moment of silence for all the fanfiction lost to the ravages of time, unsalvageable even by the wayback machine, condemned to its final resting place in the deactivated archives of fansites for now-syndicated television shows
so this is what i ended up with for the “make your audience angry” assignment
i dont know about ya’ll but that phrase pisses me right the hell off
Side tip: if anyone ever grabs your hair like the above, clamp one hand HARD down on your scalp where the hair is coming out (think of how you try to immobilize your hair when brushing tangles out so it doesn’t hurt as bad, only do so at the scalp and not further down the hair). Then use your other hand to start hitting the other person (go for the face!) and blocking any blows they may try to make with their free hand. You can also step into them (which removes the tension on your hair) and start throwing your knees into their groin, stomach, kick the side of their knee, etc.
The reason hair-pulling works is A) it HURTS and B) it’s an effective handle, especially because your instinct is going to be to pull away. But reduce the pain and the tension on the hair and you have more room to work with until the other person lets go, at which point you can run like hell or otherwise defend yourself as needed.