casually leaving this link here below because this is a cool friend of mine who’s trying out let’s plays and wants to do them but has little views. (also hello tumblr I forget you exist and I probably will again after I advertise for a friend) so go boost his ego or something.
Actual 4th Grade science test in South Carolina
if you decide you want to secede again you go for it okay?
I was in SC in 4th grade, never saw this test.
95% sure this may be from a religious school.
5% being that even though I did go to a public school, it was a school for mostly military kids, so it may have been treated slightly different.
30 Days of Art Improvement Challenge, Day 16: Draw a single page comic with 5-7 panels (the story begins and ends on one page).
I spent most of the day drawing random doodles instead of this comic; turns out it takes a lot longer to finish a comic once you actually start it. So this one’s only a day late. But isn’t the return of Dino Chef worth the wait?
Art by me, story by Paul Blinov
Toonami’s Arsenal [27/88]:
Zoids: New Century Zero (2001 - 2004)
“Area scanned, battlefield set up! Ready … fight!”
Code Lyoko Evolution, Bloopers
im playing 13 pokemon
you taped silver to a psp
Deep Sea Hermit Crabs (Pylopagurus discoidalis), family Paguridae, This species has never before been photographed alive. Seen here occupying tusk shells, and riding a sea cucumber.
Learn more about the study of these creatures: NMNH
[Photo courtesy of Barry Brown]
You had me at “riding a sea cucumber.”
kanji on the other hand wants to change for completely different reasons
I was going through my saved pictures, and I realized something: I have a lot of saved pictures of the Lyoko warriors laughing. And I think that really shows something, because this is a show about badass, world-saving teenagers. I think it shows that they do not only make the time to hang out and be normal teenagers in that sense, but they also find a way to shake off every bad thing they saw that day—every near-death, every fight, every thing that went wrong—and still laugh. I for one refuse to believe that this isn’t relevant to the show’s meaning. It’s not only symbolic of the fact that friendship is important in order to fulfill a healthy life, but also that laughter is. Laughter (especially with your closest friends, your family) really is the best medicine. It can fix anything, much like these kids portray in the show.
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