August 31, 2014
Portrait of a huge Disney nerd
Also pictured:Krazy Kat: Panoramic Dailies of 1920Boxen by C.S. LewisI Spy: Treasure HuntWildlife of Star WarsSome others I can’t make out

Portrait of a huge Disney nerd

Also pictured:
Krazy Kat: Panoramic Dailies of 1920
Boxen
by C.S. Lewis
I Spy: Treasure Hunt
Wildlife of Star Wars

Some others I can’t make out

August 31, 2014

Pokémon Gold/Silver/Crystal soundtrack - Viridian City

…And just about every other town in Kanto.

August 31, 2014

Sometimes I think I’ve played the Pokémon TCG for Gameboy too often. I keep forgetting what the original cards looked like.

August 30, 2014
Here’s some more of Al, mostly going out on the town.The police file description should give you an idea of what sort of chaos he causes.

Here’s some more of Al, mostly going out on the town.
The police file description should give you an idea of what sort of chaos he causes.

August 30, 2014
tymime:

Alastair Ferret, one of the major characters in The Adventures of an Evil Minion, isn’t affiliated with Prof. Blackheart, nor does he fight for good, but he is something of a villain. He is friends with Randy, actually, but only in his normal form.
Alastair normally is a short, cowardly guy who is even MORE timid than Randy, mainly due to the emotional abuse from his mean stepmother (yes, his mean stepmother). But the one day, Alastair discovers a flashy, brightly-colored ’40s-style suit buried amongst the other old clothes in a thrift store and buys it without knowing why. During the night, the suit transforms him into the person he wants to be: tall, fit, slick, charming, cool, and uninhibited. He does what anybody in this situation would do: explore the city night life and indulge in some debauchery to paint the town red. He finds he can get women to do what he wants, and can make everyone laugh at his jokes.
The suit also grants him the power to use toon physics to his every advantage, similarly to The Mask, Screwy Squirrel, Slappy Squirrel, Judge Doom (aka Baron von Rotten), The Dodo Bird from the Looney Tunes short Porky in Wackyland, and Wacky Weasel from Bonkers. The only downside to all of this is he also develops an extremely short temper and an easily-bruised ego. So when things don’t go his way and people are laughing at him instead of with him, he turns into the monster seen on the right and becomes violent, causing destruction and mayhem.
It is this form that gives him the moniker “The Toon Terror”, but no one knows who he really is, because he returns to his normal state by sunrise with only a hazy memory of what he did during the night.

tymime:

Alastair Ferret, one of the major characters in The Adventures of an Evil Minion, isn’t affiliated with Prof. Blackheart, nor does he fight for good, but he is something of a villain.
He is friends with Randy, actually, but only in his normal form.

Alastair normally is a short, cowardly guy who is even MORE timid than Randy, mainly due to the emotional abuse from his mean stepmother (yes, his mean stepmother).
But the one day, Alastair discovers a flashy, brightly-colored ’40s-style suit buried amongst the other old clothes in a thrift store and buys it without knowing why. During the night, the suit transforms him into the person he wants to be: tall, fit, slick, charming, cool, and uninhibited.
He does what anybody in this situation would do: explore the city night life and indulge in some debauchery to paint the town red. He finds he can get women to do what he wants, and can make everyone laugh at his jokes.

The suit also grants him the power to use toon physics to his every advantage, similarly to The Mask, Screwy Squirrel, Slappy Squirrel, Judge Doom (aka Baron von Rotten), The Dodo Bird from the Looney Tunes short Porky in Wackyland, and Wacky Weasel from Bonkers.
The only downside to all of this is he also develops an extremely short temper and an easily-bruised ego. So when things don’t go his way and people are laughing at him instead of with him, he turns into the monster seen on the right and becomes violent, causing destruction and mayhem.

It is this form that gives him the moniker “The Toon Terror”, but no one knows who he really is, because he returns to his normal state by sunrise with only a hazy memory of what he did during the night.

August 30, 2014

I wish people would stop saying that “Goofy Jr.” was the same person as Max.

August 28, 2014
halloweenfulthings:

Not Halloweeny, but I thought these were cool lampshades.They’re made from Gregorian chant books.

Well, if you ever wanted proof William Randolph Hearst was excessive…"Hey, you know what I want for my castle? Furniture made from historical artifacts.”

halloweenfulthings:

Not Halloweeny, but I thought these were cool lampshades.They’re made from Gregorian chant books.

Well, if you ever wanted proof William Randolph Hearst was excessive…

"Hey, you know what I want for my castle? Furniture made from historical artifacts.

August 27, 2014

I can think of a number of good reasons why “YMCA” is a terrible song:

  1. The YMCA is probably one of the most unhip places in the world.
  2. YMCA stands for Young Men’s Christian Association. I don’t think they’d be very welcoming to a bunch of faux gay guys in “manly men” roleplaying gear.
  3. It is most definitely not fun to stay there. I spent some of the most miserable moments of my childhood at a YMCA. It ranged from boring swimming lessons to a summer “day camp” that mostly involved sitting in an auditorium hoping that they don’t cancel the field trip (again) because everyone around you talked too loudly. Other activities included (possibly) watching a bad movie on VHS and playing board games- but only when parents started coming in to pick you up, presumably to make it appear as if you were having fun all day.

All I can hope is that nobody chimes in saying “but it’s catchy and makes you feel good!” I got that before when I posted this on Facebook. I guess if you don’t care about what the song is actually about, you could listen to anything.

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August 26, 2014

I’m sure I’m not alone in this, but I’m probably more familiar with the nighttime version of Johto’s battle music than I ought to be.

August 25, 2014

You know you’ve gone next-level hipster if you liked the entire season of autumn before it was mainstream.