Photo 4 Jul 1 note I’m trying to create a feedback loop between tumblr and imgur in the hopes of creating a black hole from the destruction of both.

Come on mad science gods, don’t fail me now!

I’m trying to create a feedback loop between tumblr and imgur in the hopes of creating a black hole from the destruction of both.

Come on mad science gods, don’t fail me now!

Text 24 Apr MTA Song (Apologies to both The Jam and Amateur Transplants for the shameless cribbing of lyrical flow and venomous lyric ideas)

Some people might like to get a train to work, or drive in in a Beemer or a Merc.
Some guys like to take the bus to work, but greedy drivers are still real fucking jerks.
I could take my bike and try my luck, ‘cause strikes have left the subway fucked.
The greedy bastards want extra pay, for sitting their arse all day.
Even though they earn 60k…
So I’m standing here in the pouring rain, where the fuck’s the uptown train?

Fucking MTA (Fucking MTA)
They’re all shiftless whiny union cunts.
Fucking MTA (Fucking MTA)
They’re all greedy cunts,
I want to fire them all with no pension.

All they say is, “Please mind the doors”, and they learn that on their two-day course.
This job could be done by a four-year-old, they just leave us freezing in the cold.
What you smell is what you get: rotten food and piss and sweat.
You roast to death in the boiling heat, panhandlers make restraint a feat, and bags of shit by every seat,
So don’t tell me to mind the gap, I want my fucking money back!

Fucking MTA (Fucking MTA)
They’re all shiftless whiny union cunts.
Fucking MTA (Fucking MTA)
They’re all greedy cunts,
I want to fire them all with no pension.

La-l-la-la, la-l-la-la

The floors are sticky and the seats are damp, every platform’s a busking camp.
But the drivers get the day off and then we’re all late for work again!

Fucking MTA (Fucking MTA)
Fu-fu-fuckers, they’re all fuckers!
Fucking MTA (Fucking MTA)
Take your MetroCard and shove it up your asshole!

Video 10 Mar

CALLING ANYONE, ANYONE I WANT, WHEN I’M ON MY CAR PHONE!

(Source: Spotify)

Video 15 Feb 318 notes

triple-q:

Here are the drawings used in the Light your heart up mashup.

via Triple-Q.
Link 15 Feb 4 notes » Keishinkae’s Premium Channel! Tigerdile!»

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KEI’S VALENTINE’S DAY SOMETHINGORANOTHER!! (aka you get a free pic!)

Rules:

1. This is random and you only get one shot. Be prepared to be matched with someone you probably don’t knooooww.

2. Be prepared to be doing something random, too. >:3 This is all sexual and themes/kinks are randomized just as much as the pairings!

3. Again, you only get one shot. If you are chosen, you are free to refuse and will simply be taken out of rotation for another to be given the chance to be in the piece!

Text 30 Jan 14 notes

panictherat said: *sqk sqk sqks in the ask box instead~*

floedoodles:

a..ah

Link 18 Jan 220 notes http://blog.weasyl.com/post/73733281021/over-the-last-24-hours-weasyl-has-been-subject-to»

weasyl:

Over the last 24 hours, Weasyl has been subject to a few DDoS attacks on the site. Our dev team has been working hard to combat these attacks and mitigate them as quickly as possible. Rest assured, these are legitimate attacks and not because we can’t handle the surge of traffic!

When the site…

via Weasyl.
Text 3 Jan Geomapping Fatality Risk for Seniors during Severe Events

Geomapping Fatality Risk for Seniors during Severe Events by Arcturus Kirwin-Muller, 2014

Population Density in People per Square Kilometer: P.
Statistically average percentage of people aged 65 or over: A.
Number of reported deaths in vulnerable age bracket from tracked event: D.
Geographical size of sample, eg urban area, in square kilometers: K.


Corresponding risk is calculated using R for Risk: R = D / (P * A * K)

For our NYC example, R is 0.00002305361

Then a weighted variable accounting for population density and showing the impact can be calculated thus:

G = (P * A * R)

Example: G = 0.03188775335

G is the mortality rate of the elderly group over the tracked event, in Fatality per Square Kilometer, weighted for population density. G or Gran is however a very large unit and 1 Gran would be equivalent to almost eight hundred deaths in a city such as NYC.

Instead, the simple thousandth unit, mG, or milliGran, will be more suitable.

Example: A winter storm which causes 25 elderly deaths in New York City, will have a mortality rate of 31.8877mG. This would represent a per-person risk of 0.0000230536 (or 0.00230536%) risk, or 0.21 days per person if each lost life is assumed to have been a loss of 25 years of life expectancy, when taken as a group.

You can work back to the initial figure, thus:

P * A * K gives the total elderly population of 1084428. That plus the days per person figure gives us the total days lost over the sample population, thusly: 227730 days, or roughly 624 years.

624 / 25 (the lost years per death) gives us approximately 25, the original number.



I have no idea why I made this. Probably because I’m in a snowstorm and it seemed a good use of my time?

Photo 19 Dec 4 notes rharifrox:

Merry Lesbian Christmas! :D
I seem to be drawing more and more lesbeans lately.  Staring Moxie and Elsie from my comic Aimless.

rharifrox:

Merry Lesbian Christmas! :D

I seem to be drawing more and more lesbeans lately.  Staring Moxie and Elsie from my comic Aimless.

Video 18 Dec 34,320 notes

sckawaii:

littlemisspaintbrush:

Japanese dining etiquette tips for Japan Lover Me's Tabemono Month last July! :3

Cute and helpful Japanese dining tips!

And this is exactly why I don’t go to restaurants and other such places where people will give me shit for not following certain rules of etiquette.

I’ll be polite, I’ll be courteous, but I WILL NOT follow some ARBITRARY AND POINTLESS RULES that will just WORSEN MY DINING EXPERIENCE.

:|


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