Luna and the newspaper hat.
a bunch of the plein air sketches I was working on during my Utah trip! A week drawing rocks, getting mistaken for a ranger twice- pretty ideal.
requirements: 10 years experience in space station repair, masters degree in ancient serbian civilizations, unmatched knowledge of silkworm breeding, full understanding of teleportation mechanics and physics
10 hours per week.
Basically if you are not deeply critical of your own creative endeavors at least some of the time, you are probably either Gilderoy Lockhart or Steven Moffat.
I laughed way too hard at this because I could totally see Moffat titling his autobiography Magical Me.
My insides hurt from craving you.
This guy has achieved more with a webcam and his dog than I ever have in my life.
I LOST IT AT THE BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN ONE
this is so amazing. im cracking up. please send help.
Students staying in place isn’t because of culture. Koreans are a respectful and ancient people. And the thing about that is that Koreans are some of the most resilient people in the world. This peninsula has been invaded and colonized and torn apart countless times. They’ve had their entire culture taken from them and still maintained their identity. They are wise and strong and in my experience, have the greatest fighting spirit I’ve ever seen. So don’t say that they stayed in the ferry because they were told to. Perhaps initially, but its disrespectful to infer that these people had no will to survive. This is just American media trying to console themselves by saying it was the passengers’ faults for remaining on the boat. This is them trying to put blame somewhere, but not knowing where. This is ignorant reason.
When you hear of the broken fingers and the missing nails, don’t think they should have moved earlier. Think they had to fight for that shred of opportunity. Think they had to choose between freezing in the Yellow Sea or maybe being rescued from their ship. Think they were stuck at the bottom of an incline so steep they could not move. Don’t disrespect the Sewol passengers and South Korea as a whole by making it out to be a silly, neo-Confucianist, illogical cultural notion.
Where have you seen complacency put onto the passengers? From reading articles, it just sounds like the children trusted their elders, but only realized what was happening when it was too late. I don’t see any blame put on them, only on the crew members who were too stupid and ignorant to fix a situation when it was perfectly preventable. Then again, I haven’t been reading much american media on the matter.
There are no more air pockets in the ferry. There’s no chance that there are anymore survivors.
I need approximately five hundred.