gailsimone:

yayacosplay:

Now have a photo of our @DCComics #Bombshells group as designed by @AntLucia1! #dccomics #cosplay #Zatanna #PoisonIvy #Batgirl #Supergirl Photo by @joits!!! #sdcc #sdcc2014 #comiccon #yayahan

Lovely!

it8bit:

"Atari: Game Over" Trailer

It’s here!! The official trailer for upcoming documentary about the ill-fated Atari E.T. cartridges was released today at San Diego Comic Con.

Coming this fall to Xbox.

via: Xbox

kanapy:

Anon asked me about tutorial so I can do tutorial like this ; v ; Hope it’s easy to understand.
kanapy:

Anon asked me about tutorial so I can do tutorial like this ; v ; Hope it’s easy to understand.
kanapy:

Anon asked me about tutorial so I can do tutorial like this ; v ; Hope it’s easy to understand.
kanapy:

Anon asked me about tutorial so I can do tutorial like this ; v ; Hope it’s easy to understand.
kanapy:

Anon asked me about tutorial so I can do tutorial like this ; v ; Hope it’s easy to understand.
kanapy:

Anon asked me about tutorial so I can do tutorial like this ; v ; Hope it’s easy to understand.
kanapy:

Anon asked me about tutorial so I can do tutorial like this ; v ; Hope it’s easy to understand.

kanapy:

Anon asked me about tutorial so I can do tutorial like this ; v ; Hope it’s easy to understand.

carpeumbra:

kittengrin:

kittengrin:

carpeumbra:

kittengrin:

carpeumbra:

Fifty Shades of Domestic Abuse

50 Shades of Damaging Stereotypes 

Fifty Shades of Wanna Guess How Many People Will Be Hospitalized Due To Flesh Wounds From Improper Knots After The Movie?

50 Shades of Glorified Abuse

50 Shades of Kidney Damage from Incompetent Crop Use

Fifty Shades of Pathological Violence Due To Past Trauma Isn’t Kink

Fifty Shades of who the fuck greenlight this fucking movie?

wank-r:

too real

(Source: beyondtheoath)

bunsterjonez:

Hey kids! Want to know how psychotic Beverly Hills publicists get when people turn the tables on them? Check this out:1. We never “originally discussed” anything. They assumed I’d continue being a placemat for them even after they stopped paying me. I traveled over 11 miles (in public transit) 2 days a week (sometimes 3) for 3 months straight. I had to pay for my own lunch, except for the handful of times they offered me pita chips and hummus, sometimes the only thing I would eat for the entire day. I stayed at their home office for an average of 7-8 hours a day. Most often than not, I’d arrive early and have to camp at the local Starbucks for hours at a time because they weren’t home, or were asleep, or were traveling, and I wasn’t notified until I had already done travel time.2. When I met this person, they promised me connections, constant clientele, and a secure paycheck and position under a full company. First day on the job, I found out it was only one person working out of their home office and trying to hang on to every bit of success I had in the past just so they’d have current credentials to boast about. I did massive social media work for a measly $500, helped set up and design their Twitter page, and provided some of my own publicity samples so they’d be able to showcase them on their website.3. The first client they secured came as a referral, even though they had consistently told me they had the connections to secure clients whenever they wanted. They took me to the first meeting with said client, had me finish their Power Point presentation on the drive over, and the first cut I got from that client was $1500 out of a $5000 retainer. I was told $1500 would be my monthly paycheck for 3 months during the duration of the client’s campaign and was roped into working publicity, even though that is not my profession. 4. For the second month they cut my pay from $1500/mo to $800/mo because they decided they needed to hire another person and had to give my money to them because… logic? This was not written in any official contract, nor was it discussed with me previously. I simply got a call from them saying I was going to get paid less. They also said that since I would be away for a week visiting my family, it wasn’t fair that I was getting paid to go on vacation, even though I was still working full-time on other accounts and had to do this person’s social media during that week as well. Before I left to see my Mom, Dad, Sister, and 2-yr old nephew (none of whom I hadn’t seen in over 3 years), I had to create a written agreement and practically force them to sign it just so I’d have a secure paycheck for the remaining 2 months.5. I was expected to be on call 24/7, answer calls and texts in the middle of the night, proof-read press releases and send pitches from 1am thru 8am. I was not paid overtime, was berated constantly, and told to do work on days I had not previously committed to them. I was paid one week later than previously stipulated for the month of July (payment was expected on the 15th, I was paid on the 29th). I did two full weeks of work for free until they decided they were gracious enough to pay me out of their own pocket.6. I am now being accused of “shortchanging” an agreement when I was promised a million things and did not receive a single thing. I was not paid extra, have a pending piece for Huffington Post, which is more that what they ever secured, and grew their social media presence by 475% in 3 months.If you’re a shit person, all you’re going to get is shit back. I have yet to respond, and most likely won’t. Now, anyone who bothered to read through the whole thing (which I appreciate profusely), feel free to post your replies, cause I’m thinking of sending this out to over 2,000 people with their website, name, and Twitter feed to see how fast their followers decrease. bunsterjonez:

Hey kids! Want to know how psychotic Beverly Hills publicists get when people turn the tables on them? Check this out:1. We never “originally discussed” anything. They assumed I’d continue being a placemat for them even after they stopped paying me. I traveled over 11 miles (in public transit) 2 days a week (sometimes 3) for 3 months straight. I had to pay for my own lunch, except for the handful of times they offered me pita chips and hummus, sometimes the only thing I would eat for the entire day. I stayed at their home office for an average of 7-8 hours a day. Most often than not, I’d arrive early and have to camp at the local Starbucks for hours at a time because they weren’t home, or were asleep, or were traveling, and I wasn’t notified until I had already done travel time.2. When I met this person, they promised me connections, constant clientele, and a secure paycheck and position under a full company. First day on the job, I found out it was only one person working out of their home office and trying to hang on to every bit of success I had in the past just so they’d have current credentials to boast about. I did massive social media work for a measly $500, helped set up and design their Twitter page, and provided some of my own publicity samples so they’d be able to showcase them on their website.3. The first client they secured came as a referral, even though they had consistently told me they had the connections to secure clients whenever they wanted. They took me to the first meeting with said client, had me finish their Power Point presentation on the drive over, and the first cut I got from that client was $1500 out of a $5000 retainer. I was told $1500 would be my monthly paycheck for 3 months during the duration of the client’s campaign and was roped into working publicity, even though that is not my profession. 4. For the second month they cut my pay from $1500/mo to $800/mo because they decided they needed to hire another person and had to give my money to them because… logic? This was not written in any official contract, nor was it discussed with me previously. I simply got a call from them saying I was going to get paid less. They also said that since I would be away for a week visiting my family, it wasn’t fair that I was getting paid to go on vacation, even though I was still working full-time on other accounts and had to do this person’s social media during that week as well. Before I left to see my Mom, Dad, Sister, and 2-yr old nephew (none of whom I hadn’t seen in over 3 years), I had to create a written agreement and practically force them to sign it just so I’d have a secure paycheck for the remaining 2 months.5. I was expected to be on call 24/7, answer calls and texts in the middle of the night, proof-read press releases and send pitches from 1am thru 8am. I was not paid overtime, was berated constantly, and told to do work on days I had not previously committed to them. I was paid one week later than previously stipulated for the month of July (payment was expected on the 15th, I was paid on the 29th). I did two full weeks of work for free until they decided they were gracious enough to pay me out of their own pocket.6. I am now being accused of “shortchanging” an agreement when I was promised a million things and did not receive a single thing. I was not paid extra, have a pending piece for Huffington Post, which is more that what they ever secured, and grew their social media presence by 475% in 3 months.If you’re a shit person, all you’re going to get is shit back. I have yet to respond, and most likely won’t. Now, anyone who bothered to read through the whole thing (which I appreciate profusely), feel free to post your replies, cause I’m thinking of sending this out to over 2,000 people with their website, name, and Twitter feed to see how fast their followers decrease.

bunsterjonez:

Hey kids! Want to know how psychotic Beverly Hills publicists get when people turn the tables on them? Check this out:

1. We never “originally discussed” anything. They assumed I’d continue being a placemat for them even after they stopped paying me. I traveled over 11 miles (in public transit) 2 days a week (sometimes 3) for 3 months straight. I had to pay for my own lunch, except for the handful of times they offered me pita chips and hummus, sometimes the only thing I would eat for the entire day. I stayed at their home office for an average of 7-8 hours a day. Most often than not, I’d arrive early and have to camp at the local Starbucks for hours at a time because they weren’t home, or were asleep, or were traveling, and I wasn’t notified until I had already done travel time.

2. When I met this person, they promised me connections, constant clientele, and a secure paycheck and position under a full company. First day on the job, I found out it was only one person working out of their home office and trying to hang on to every bit of success I had in the past just so they’d have current credentials to boast about. I did massive social media work for a measly $500, helped set up and design their Twitter page, and provided some of my own publicity samples so they’d be able to showcase them on their website.

3. The first client they secured came as a referral, even though they had consistently told me they had the connections to secure clients whenever they wanted. They took me to the first meeting with said client, had me finish their Power Point presentation on the drive over, and the first cut I got from that client was $1500 out of a $5000 retainer. I was told $1500 would be my monthly paycheck for 3 months during the duration of the client’s campaign and was roped into working publicity, even though that is not my profession.

4. For the second month they cut my pay from $1500/mo to $800/mo because they decided they needed to hire another person and had to give my money to them because… logic? This was not written in any official contract, nor was it discussed with me previously. I simply got a call from them saying I was going to get paid less. They also said that since I would be away for a week visiting my family, it wasn’t fair that I was getting paid to go on vacation, even though I was still working full-time on other accounts and had to do this person’s social media during that week as well. Before I left to see my Mom, Dad, Sister, and 2-yr old nephew (none of whom I hadn’t seen in over 3 years), I had to create a written agreement and practically force them to sign it just so I’d have a secure paycheck for the remaining 2 months.

5. I was expected to be on call 24/7, answer calls and texts in the middle of the night, proof-read press releases and send pitches from 1am thru 8am. I was not paid overtime, was berated constantly, and told to do work on days I had not previously committed to them. I was paid one week later than previously stipulated for the month of July (payment was expected on the 15th, I was paid on the 29th). I did two full weeks of work for free until they decided they were gracious enough to pay me out of their own pocket.

6. I am now being accused of “shortchanging” an agreement when I was promised a million things and did not receive a single thing. I was not paid extra, have a pending piece for Huffington Post, which is more that what they ever secured, and grew their social media presence by 475% in 3 months.

If you’re a shit person, all you’re going to get is shit back. I have yet to respond, and most likely won’t.

Now, anyone who bothered to read through the whole thing (which I appreciate profusely), feel free to post your replies, cause I’m thinking of sending this out to over 2,000 people with their website, name, and Twitter feed to see how fast their followers decrease.

medinaquirin:

couple-a-hundred-of-em:

As a college student, currently really hungry with nothing to eat, I understand how hard it can be to get food. Sometimes you really just don’t have the money to eat and when you do, you waste it all on fast food instead of stocking up on cheap things because you’re so tired of Ramen Noodes and canned food you could barf. So, I’ve composed a list of recipes and resources that will fit a college kid’s budget and appetite. Don’t go hungry! <3
Ramen Noodle Recipes:
Ramen Noodle Stir Fry
Sirloin-Snap Pea Stir Fry
Chicken Noodle Soup
Chili Cheese Ramen
Egg Drop Ramen
Spinach and Ramen
Ramen Spaghetti
Ramen Alfredo
Cheesy Ramen Noodles
Mug Meals:
Cheesy Eggs Mug
Cheese and Broccoli Mug
Mac and Cheese in a Mug
Meatloaf in a Mug
Nutella Mug Cake
Cheesecake Mug
Coffee Cup Quiche
Coffee Cup Chilaquiles
Mug Egg Scramble
Microwave Recipes:
Potato Chips
Corn on the cob
Scalloped Potatoes
White Rice
Fried Rice
Baked Potato
Chicken Casserole 
Garlic Chicken
Chicken Soup Casserole
Caramelized Onion Baked Potato
Soft Chicken Tacos
Pancakes
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Reblogging because lord knows college kids aren’t the only ones that are broke.

medinaquirin:

couple-a-hundred-of-em:

As a college student, currently really hungry with nothing to eat, I understand how hard it can be to get food. Sometimes you really just don’t have the money to eat and when you do, you waste it all on fast food instead of stocking up on cheap things because you’re so tired of Ramen Noodes and canned food you could barf. So, I’ve composed a list of recipes and resources that will fit a college kid’s budget and appetite. Don’t go hungry! <3

Ramen Noodle Recipes:

Mug Meals:

Microwave Recipes:

Recipe Generators

Other Resources

Reblogging because lord knows college kids aren’t the only ones that are broke.

(Source: i-only-speak-to-sailors)

zooophagous:

tactlesstom:

Josie, my bratty spider queen and her unusually large, fretful companion. 

Ok so the spider butler is the cutest thing on the planet
zooophagous:

tactlesstom:

Josie, my bratty spider queen and her unusually large, fretful companion. 

Ok so the spider butler is the cutest thing on the planet

zooophagous:

tactlesstom:

Josie, my bratty spider queen and her unusually large, fretful companion. 

Ok so the spider butler is the cutest thing on the planet

yeahiwasintheshit:

theres not enough time in the day to do all the nothing i want to do