Awesome Dragon Railing by Giuseppe Celeprin
I lost my job and my family has taken time off work to care for my sick grandpa, I talk about it more in this post. The gas company was nice enough to give me an extension for a few months, but it’s here and my bank account is empty from paying the other bills. If 1% of my followers donated a dollar I’d have enough. If you enjoy this blog please consider helping me out.
The donate button is on the blog’s main page. When this family stuff is over I’ll make the videos I’ve been promising (I have the software and the lessons outlined). Thank you Derek, Jay, and Raphael for donating already, I deeply appreciate it!
Ways you can help me out (I’m really worried about bills this month):
1. donate a couple bucks, the button is on the front page
2. buy a shirt from the store or tag, I get a small commission and the artist gets paid too. THANK YOU to the people who have bought shirts lately
3. favorite my etsy store, I’ll add more stuff sometime soon
I hate posting this but I’m having the worst month I’ve probably ever had. my grandpa died two weeks ago and my other grandpa is very ill. My Mom is off work to take care of him and I’ve already taken so much of Bryan’s money since losing my job, I really just hoped I could pay at least one bill myself this month.
when i make a joke to myself and no one’s around to hear it
Mullet Guy Whistles, Blows Minds
One fateful day in the late ’80s, during the golden age of talk shows, a man wearing a great t-shirt and an even greater haircut spent two minutes and 35 seconds performing an act involving whistling, facial expressions, and a Hoagy Carmichael song. Like a viral Holy Grail, it sat dormant for years, waiting to be discovered. Presidents came and went, nations rose and fell, hip-hop was born and New Coke died. The world waited for it to return.
And now, finally, it has.
watch this and then watch the redubbed version
Mata mata (Chelus fimbriata)
The Mata mata is a freshwater turtle found in South America, primarily in the Amazon and Orinoco basins. It is strictly an aquatic species but it prefers standing in shallow water where its snout can reach the surface to breathe. The appearance of the mata mata’s shell resembles a piece of bark, and its head resembles fallen leaves. The mata mata is carnivorous, feeding exclusively upon aquatic invertebrates and fish, which it has to swallow whole, since it cannot chew due to the way its mouth is constructed.
Welcome the newest member of the yard sard family
This is fucking fascinating to me and I don’t know why.