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rockpaperscissorsglue:

rockpaperscissorsglue:

rockpaperscissorsglue:

rockpaperscissorsglue:

Things, like a great many objects, hit the fan with the first few choices, so I’m still looking for a roommate in Atlanta!
My craigslist ad: http://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/roo/4416995911.html
I have changed a few things! (Like age: I love you darlings, but I’m kind of an old bird now and get compelled to mother the under 25’s.) Still looking out for cool people of all sorts who need a safe, quiet space with someone low key and friendly. <3 Feel free to email through the ad or send an ask here!
Tumblr savior ‘reblog schmebog’, again, if it’s bothering you. (I mean, hell, even I got bored and drew myself as Bilbo Baggins.) But please keep the ball in the air! I can’t afford to be on the hook for double rent in May! :( I got a TON of responses last time, so if you did message and I didn’t respond at all, you can try again.



Once more around the block! Thanks to those of you who reblogged thus far, so so much, and thanks to those of you who patiently still follow me despite the reblogs. <3 I appreciate it, and keep helping! 
Reblog schmebog to block it, remember.

If you live in Atlanta and need a place to stay, room with the best person I know. You will make me insanely jealous, if you care about that. <3

rockpaperscissorsglue:

rockpaperscissorsglue:

rockpaperscissorsglue:

rockpaperscissorsglue:

Things, like a great many objects, hit the fan with the first few choices, so I’m still looking for a roommate in Atlanta!

My craigslist ad: http://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/roo/4416995911.html

I have changed a few things! (Like age: I love you darlings, but I’m kind of an old bird now and get compelled to mother the under 25’s.) Still looking out for cool people of all sorts who need a safe, quiet space with someone low key and friendly. <3 Feel free to email through the ad or send an ask here!

Tumblr savior ‘reblog schmebog’, again, if it’s bothering you. (I mean, hell, even I got bored and drew myself as Bilbo Baggins.) But please keep the ball in the air! I can’t afford to be on the hook for double rent in May! :( I got a TON of responses last time, so if you did message and I didn’t respond at all, you can try again.

Once more around the block! Thanks to those of you who reblogged thus far, so so much, and thanks to those of you who patiently still follow me despite the reblogs. <3 I appreciate it, and keep helping! 

Reblog schmebog to block it, remember.

If you live in Atlanta and need a place to stay, room with the best person I know. You will make me insanely jealous, if you care about that. <3

Buy My Buttons!

Hi, folks!

I’m trying to pare down my stuff in anticipation of a possible move—and I found my old stash of convention buttons! I used to sell at Anime Expo—and I still have some extra stock that I’d like to get rid of. I’d really like to sell them in bundles, so these prices are heavily reduced from convention prices in exchange for you taking multiples off my hands.

Prices:

$6.00 US for a pack of 10, including US shipping. (That’s less than 50% of normal price!)

$11.00 for a pack of 20 (!!) including US shipping. 

Send me a message and we’ll discuss payment details, or any other questions you might have!

Please see the available buttons below. I have duplicates of most of them. 

rockpaperscissorsglue:

Happy Valentine’s Day. &lt;3 
hi res plz 

rockpaperscissorsglue:

Happy Valentine’s Day. <3 

hi res plz 

rockpaperscissorsglue:

miss officer and mister truffles because i had to you don’t understand
original designs by lemonteaflower! hi res this puppy, i WORKED on it &lt;3

rockpaperscissorsglue:

miss officer and mister truffles because i had to you don’t understand

original designs by lemonteaflower! hi res this puppy, i WORKED on it <3

rockpaperscissorsglue:

miss officer and mister truffles because i had to you don’t understand
hi res this puppy, i WORKED on it &lt;3

rockpaperscissorsglue:

miss officer and mister truffles because i had to you don’t understand

hi res this puppy, i WORKED on it <3

IMPORTANT!!! Why You Should Be Freaking Out About The End Of Net Neutrality

shycustis:

jimfear138:

isaidwhat:

ofpotterandwho:

Net neutrality is dead

At least that’s the verdict of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, which today struck down a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) order from 2010 that forced Internet service providers (ISPs) like Verizon, AT&T, Comcast and Time Warner Cable to abide by the principles of network neutrality. These principles broadly stipulate that ISP network management must be transparent, and that ISPs can’t engage in practices that block, stifle or discriminate against (lawful) websites or traffic types on the Internet.

That’s the bare bones story, wrapped in ugly acronyms (FCC, ISP, etc.). But why should you care that network neutrality (“net neutrality”) may be gone for good?

1. No more net neutrality means ISPs can now discriminate against content they dislike.

Everyone gets their Internet from an Internet service provider — an ISP like AT&T, Verizon, Comcast or Time Warner Cable. Under net neutrality rules, these ISPs have to treat all content you access over the Internet “roughly the same way" — they can’t speed up traffic from websites they like or delay competitor’s traffic.

Now, with net neutrality gone, ISPs can discriminate, favoring their business partners while delaying or blocking websites they don’t like. Think your cable CEO hates free online porn? Now you’ll know for sure!

2. No more net neutrality means ISPs can now force websites to PAY for faster content delivery.

You know how some sites you go to just load slower than others? Usually, that’s just because the slower site is image heavy, poorly coded, or dealing with intense server load. But with net neutrality gone, ISPs can now start charging hefty fees to websites that want quick content delivery — shifting the long load times to poorer sites that can’t pay up.

Prefer indie retailers to Amazon.com? You may be in for a frustrating future.

3. Destroying net neutrality is bad for small businesses.

Put together items one and two and it becomes clear — negating net neutrality is bad for small businesses. If ISPs force website owners pay for faster load times, tiny retailers and personal websites will be the ones to suffer from slower content delivery.

Alternately — or additionally — ISPs will have no reason not to favor partner sites: Time Warner Cable, for instance, might favor the website of CNN (owned by the Time Warner Corporation) over the websites of competing cable news networks MSNBC and Fox News. Still, it’s the indies again that will lose out here. While Time Warner Cable might favor CNN and Comcast MSNBC, independent news networks almost certainly won’t get special treatment from any ISPs. Expand this out to music sites, web publishing, etc., and you begin to see the problem.

In extreme cases, ISPs may hinder or block content that isn’t produced by partners —much like AT&T did when it owned the telephone networks back in the day.

4. Without net neutrality, entire types of online traffic (like Netflix) may be in jeopardy.

Netflix watchers and BitTorrent users might want to beware — soon your beloved services may not work like they used to. Now that net neutrality’s down for the count, ISPs can discriminate against entire types of traffic: For instance, an ISP could slow or block all peer-to-peer file sharing, or all online video streaming.

Think it sounds unbelievably stupid for an ISP to stifle a certain traffic types indiscriminately? Comcast has seen reason to stifle both streaming video and peer-to-peer in the past.

From an ISP’s perspective, discriminating against some traffic types makes business sense: Many ISPs are also cable television providers, which means the “cord-cutting" enabled by peer-to-peer and streaming online video isn’t good for their bottom line.

5. Without net neutrality, your ISPs can make even more money without actually improving the Internet.

Right now, America’s broadband is slow. It’s slow because ISPs can already make gobs of money by charging the rich a ton for high-quality Internet while leaving the rest of America with subpar (or no) service.

Now, with net neutrality gone, ISPs will be able to make even more money off their existing customer base. They won’t need to improve service or bring broadband to rural areas because they’ll be able to keep growing (financially, at least) by charging content providers more for faster delivery and charging customers more for faster access. In all likelihood, Tuesday’s ruling means the problems with America’s Internet will be magnified.

This FINALLY shows up on my dashboard and it only has 300 notes.  

image

Here’s a petition on Whitehouse.gov that needs 88,000+ by the middle of February:

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/restore-net-neutrality-directing-fcc-classify-internet-providers-common-carriers/5CWS1M4P

SIGNAL BOOST THE FUCK OUT OF THIS SHIT AND LET THEM KNOW THAT WE AIN’T HAVIN’ IT!

YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE A US CITIZEN TO SIGN THIS.
Why should someone outside the US care? What passes in one industrialised nation gives companies and politicians more leverage to pass similar laws in their own.

Having this sort of discrimination in the hands of companies has political consequences in addition to the ones mentioned above. Think of the influence these ISPs would have if allowed to keep these powers? Any ISP with a political bias, or influenced by a political party, would have the power to direct access to information on the internet at their will.

SIGN AND REBLOG LIKE CRAZY.

(via rockpaperscissorsglue)

rockpaperscissorsglue:

look guts, why you gotta fuck with my blanket burrito game

&lt;3

rockpaperscissorsglue:

look guts, why you gotta fuck with my blanket burrito game

<3

http://aimmyarrowshigh.tumblr.com/post/71382166356

talldecafcappuccino:

Put a letter in my ask for an answer!

A. Author You’ve Read The Most Books From
B. Best Sequel Ever
C. Currently Reading
D. Drink of Choice While Reading
E. E-Reader or Physical Books
F. Fictional Character You Would Have Dated In High School
G. Glad You Gave This…

(Source: talldecafcappuccino, via aimmyarrowshigh)

themarysue:

youwinagainmoffat:

"Gosh they were hot" oh mygod cyring

Catching Fire/Jurassic Park crossover comic. Can’t not reblog.

(Source: sairobee, via itswalky)

rockpaperscissorsglue:

i’m a motivational sleeper

sorry

rockpaperscissorsglue:

that outfit killed me janice, it killed me dead

rockpaperscissorsglue:

that outfit killed me janice, it killed me dead

rockpaperscissorsglue:

The Mongolian Death Worm. 
You heard me.

your inking!! yes good

rockpaperscissorsglue:

The Mongolian Death Worm. 

You heard me.

your inking!! yes good

According to Google Translate, there is only one ㅓ standing between “What is this?” and “WHAT FUCKING WHAT?” in Korean. 

Watching Vicki pour frozen yogurt isn’t interesting!! I want more gold wrapped ham action!

rockpaperscissorsglue:

rockpaperscissorsglue:

rockpaperscissorsglue:

rockpaperscissorsglue:

Things, like a great many objects, hit the fan with the first few choices, so I’m still looking for a roommate in Atlanta!
My craigslist ad: http://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/roo/4416995911.html
I have changed a few things! (Like age: I love you darlings, but I’m kind of an old bird now and get compelled to mother the under 25’s.) Still looking out for cool people of all sorts who need a safe, quiet space with someone low key and friendly. &lt;3 Feel free to email through the ad or send an ask here!
Tumblr savior ‘reblog schmebog’, again, if it’s bothering you. (I mean, hell, even I got bored and drew myself as Bilbo Baggins.) But please keep the ball in the air! I can’t afford to be on the hook for double rent in May! :( I got a TON of responses last time, so if you did message and I didn’t respond at all, you can try again.



Once more around the block! Thanks to those of you who reblogged thus far, so so much, and thanks to those of you who patiently still follow me despite the reblogs. &lt;3 I appreciate it, and keep helping! 
Reblog schmebog to block it, remember.

If you live in Atlanta and need a place to stay, room with the best person I know. You will make me insanely jealous, if you care about that. &lt;3

rockpaperscissorsglue:

rockpaperscissorsglue:

rockpaperscissorsglue:

rockpaperscissorsglue:

Things, like a great many objects, hit the fan with the first few choices, so I’m still looking for a roommate in Atlanta!

My craigslist ad: http://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/roo/4416995911.html

I have changed a few things! (Like age: I love you darlings, but I’m kind of an old bird now and get compelled to mother the under 25’s.) Still looking out for cool people of all sorts who need a safe, quiet space with someone low key and friendly. <3 Feel free to email through the ad or send an ask here!

Tumblr savior ‘reblog schmebog’, again, if it’s bothering you. (I mean, hell, even I got bored and drew myself as Bilbo Baggins.) But please keep the ball in the air! I can’t afford to be on the hook for double rent in May! :( I got a TON of responses last time, so if you did message and I didn’t respond at all, you can try again.

Once more around the block! Thanks to those of you who reblogged thus far, so so much, and thanks to those of you who patiently still follow me despite the reblogs. <3 I appreciate it, and keep helping! 

Reblog schmebog to block it, remember.

If you live in Atlanta and need a place to stay, room with the best person I know. You will make me insanely jealous, if you care about that. <3

Buy My Buttons!

Hi, folks!

I’m trying to pare down my stuff in anticipation of a possible move—and I found my old stash of convention buttons! I used to sell at Anime Expo—and I still have some extra stock that I’d like to get rid of. I’d really like to sell them in bundles, so these prices are heavily reduced from convention prices in exchange for you taking multiples off my hands.

Prices:

$6.00 US for a pack of 10, including US shipping. (That’s less than 50% of normal price!)

$11.00 for a pack of 20 (!!) including US shipping. 

Send me a message and we’ll discuss payment details, or any other questions you might have!

Please see the available buttons below. I have duplicates of most of them. 

Reblog if you’re bored and you want anons.

image

Or non anons, whatever lifts your skirt

(via lyndztanica)

rockpaperscissorsglue:

Happy Valentine’s Day. &lt;3 
hi res plz 

rockpaperscissorsglue:

Happy Valentine’s Day. <3 

hi res plz 

rockpaperscissorsglue:

miss officer and mister truffles because i had to you don’t understand
original designs by lemonteaflower! hi res this puppy, i WORKED on it &lt;3

rockpaperscissorsglue:

miss officer and mister truffles because i had to you don’t understand

original designs by lemonteaflower! hi res this puppy, i WORKED on it <3

rockpaperscissorsglue:

miss officer and mister truffles because i had to you don’t understand
hi res this puppy, i WORKED on it &lt;3

rockpaperscissorsglue:

miss officer and mister truffles because i had to you don’t understand

hi res this puppy, i WORKED on it <3

IMPORTANT!!! Why You Should Be Freaking Out About The End Of Net Neutrality

shycustis:

jimfear138:

isaidwhat:

ofpotterandwho:

Net neutrality is dead

At least that’s the verdict of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, which today struck down a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) order from 2010 that forced Internet service providers (ISPs) like Verizon, AT&T, Comcast and Time Warner Cable to abide by the principles of network neutrality. These principles broadly stipulate that ISP network management must be transparent, and that ISPs can’t engage in practices that block, stifle or discriminate against (lawful) websites or traffic types on the Internet.

That’s the bare bones story, wrapped in ugly acronyms (FCC, ISP, etc.). But why should you care that network neutrality (“net neutrality”) may be gone for good?

1. No more net neutrality means ISPs can now discriminate against content they dislike.

Everyone gets their Internet from an Internet service provider — an ISP like AT&T, Verizon, Comcast or Time Warner Cable. Under net neutrality rules, these ISPs have to treat all content you access over the Internet “roughly the same way" — they can’t speed up traffic from websites they like or delay competitor’s traffic.

Now, with net neutrality gone, ISPs can discriminate, favoring their business partners while delaying or blocking websites they don’t like. Think your cable CEO hates free online porn? Now you’ll know for sure!

2. No more net neutrality means ISPs can now force websites to PAY for faster content delivery.

You know how some sites you go to just load slower than others? Usually, that’s just because the slower site is image heavy, poorly coded, or dealing with intense server load. But with net neutrality gone, ISPs can now start charging hefty fees to websites that want quick content delivery — shifting the long load times to poorer sites that can’t pay up.

Prefer indie retailers to Amazon.com? You may be in for a frustrating future.

3. Destroying net neutrality is bad for small businesses.

Put together items one and two and it becomes clear — negating net neutrality is bad for small businesses. If ISPs force website owners pay for faster load times, tiny retailers and personal websites will be the ones to suffer from slower content delivery.

Alternately — or additionally — ISPs will have no reason not to favor partner sites: Time Warner Cable, for instance, might favor the website of CNN (owned by the Time Warner Corporation) over the websites of competing cable news networks MSNBC and Fox News. Still, it’s the indies again that will lose out here. While Time Warner Cable might favor CNN and Comcast MSNBC, independent news networks almost certainly won’t get special treatment from any ISPs. Expand this out to music sites, web publishing, etc., and you begin to see the problem.

In extreme cases, ISPs may hinder or block content that isn’t produced by partners —much like AT&T did when it owned the telephone networks back in the day.

4. Without net neutrality, entire types of online traffic (like Netflix) may be in jeopardy.

Netflix watchers and BitTorrent users might want to beware — soon your beloved services may not work like they used to. Now that net neutrality’s down for the count, ISPs can discriminate against entire types of traffic: For instance, an ISP could slow or block all peer-to-peer file sharing, or all online video streaming.

Think it sounds unbelievably stupid for an ISP to stifle a certain traffic types indiscriminately? Comcast has seen reason to stifle both streaming video and peer-to-peer in the past.

From an ISP’s perspective, discriminating against some traffic types makes business sense: Many ISPs are also cable television providers, which means the “cord-cutting" enabled by peer-to-peer and streaming online video isn’t good for their bottom line.

5. Without net neutrality, your ISPs can make even more money without actually improving the Internet.

Right now, America’s broadband is slow. It’s slow because ISPs can already make gobs of money by charging the rich a ton for high-quality Internet while leaving the rest of America with subpar (or no) service.

Now, with net neutrality gone, ISPs will be able to make even more money off their existing customer base. They won’t need to improve service or bring broadband to rural areas because they’ll be able to keep growing (financially, at least) by charging content providers more for faster delivery and charging customers more for faster access. In all likelihood, Tuesday’s ruling means the problems with America’s Internet will be magnified.

This FINALLY shows up on my dashboard and it only has 300 notes.  

image

Here’s a petition on Whitehouse.gov that needs 88,000+ by the middle of February:

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/restore-net-neutrality-directing-fcc-classify-internet-providers-common-carriers/5CWS1M4P

SIGNAL BOOST THE FUCK OUT OF THIS SHIT AND LET THEM KNOW THAT WE AIN’T HAVIN’ IT!

YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE A US CITIZEN TO SIGN THIS.
Why should someone outside the US care? What passes in one industrialised nation gives companies and politicians more leverage to pass similar laws in their own.

Having this sort of discrimination in the hands of companies has political consequences in addition to the ones mentioned above. Think of the influence these ISPs would have if allowed to keep these powers? Any ISP with a political bias, or influenced by a political party, would have the power to direct access to information on the internet at their will.

SIGN AND REBLOG LIKE CRAZY.

(via rockpaperscissorsglue)

rockpaperscissorsglue:

look guts, why you gotta fuck with my blanket burrito game

&lt;3

rockpaperscissorsglue:

look guts, why you gotta fuck with my blanket burrito game

<3

http://aimmyarrowshigh.tumblr.com/post/71382166356

talldecafcappuccino:

Put a letter in my ask for an answer!

A. Author You’ve Read The Most Books From
B. Best Sequel Ever
C. Currently Reading
D. Drink of Choice While Reading
E. E-Reader or Physical Books
F. Fictional Character You Would Have Dated In High School
G. Glad You Gave This…

(Source: talldecafcappuccino, via aimmyarrowshigh)

themarysue:

youwinagainmoffat:

"Gosh they were hot" oh mygod cyring

Catching Fire/Jurassic Park crossover comic. Can’t not reblog.

(Source: sairobee, via itswalky)

rockpaperscissorsglue:

i’m a motivational sleeper

sorry

rockpaperscissorsglue:

that outfit killed me janice, it killed me dead

rockpaperscissorsglue:

that outfit killed me janice, it killed me dead

rockpaperscissorsglue:

The Mongolian Death Worm. 
You heard me.

your inking!! yes good

rockpaperscissorsglue:

The Mongolian Death Worm. 

You heard me.

your inking!! yes good

According to Google Translate, there is only one ㅓ standing between “What is this?” and “WHAT FUCKING WHAT?” in Korean. 

Watching Vicki pour frozen yogurt isn’t interesting!! I want more gold wrapped ham action!

Buy My Buttons!
Reblog if you’re bored and you want anons.

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