rakkushi:

Old comic idea I had back when TPP was still funny c:

rakkushi:

Old comic idea I had back when TPP was still funny c:

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Make Me Choose: Pokemon Edition

  • Starters:
  • 1: Bulbasaur, Charamander, or Squirtle?
  • 2: Chikorita, Cyndaquil, or Tododile?
  • 3: Treecko, Torchic, or Mudkip?
  • 4: Turtwig, Chimchar, or Piplup?
  • 5: Snivy, Tepig, or Oshawott?
  • 6: Chespin, Fennekin, or Froakie?
  • 7: Grass starters, Fire starters, or Water starters?
  • 8: Mega Charizard X or Mega Charizard Y?
  • Eeveelutions:
  • 9: Flareon, Jolteon, or Vaporeon?
  • 10: Umbreon or Espeon?
  • 11: Leafeon or Glaceon?
  • Evolutions:
  • 12: Huntail or Gorebyss?
  • 13: Vileplume or Bellossom?
  • 14: Beautifly or Dustox?
  • 15: Slowbrow or Slowking?
  • 16: Politoed or Poliwrath?
  • 17: Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan, or Hitmontop?
  • 18: Gardevior or Gallade?
  • 19: Nidoking or Nidoqueen?
  • Fossils:
  • 20: Omanyte or Kabuto?
  • Lileep or Armaldo?
  • 21: Cranidos or Shieldon?
  • 22: Archen or Tirtouga?
  • 23: Tyrant or Aurorus?
  • Similar Looks:
  • 24: Whiscash or Wailord?
  • 25: Psyduck or Ducklett?
  • 26: Buneary of Bunnelby?
  • 27: Pansage, Panpour, or Pansear?
  • 28: Forretress or Claydol?
  • 29: Butterfree, Venomoth, Beautifly, or Vivillion?
  • 30: Zubat, Woobat, or Noibat?
  • 31: Arbok or Seviper?
  • Similar Pokemon/Types:
  • 32: Pumpkaboo or Phantump?
  • 33: Feebas or Magikarp?
  • 34: Gyarados or Milotic?
  • 35: Pikachu, Emolga, or Dedenne?
  • 36: Pidgey, Spearow, Tailow, Starly, Pidove, or Fletchling?
  • 37: Sawk or Throh?
  • 38: Arbok or Weezing?
  • 39: Jigglypuff or Clefairy?
  • 40: Plusle or Minun?
  • 41: Skrelp or Clauncher?
  • 42: Aggron or Tyrannitar?
  • 43: Combee or Cherubi?
  • 44: Ditto, Mew, or Zoroark?
  • 45: Inkay or Pumpkaboo?
  • 46: Tyrannitar, Flygon, or Salamence?
  • 47: Pinsir or Heracross?
  • 48: Camerupt or Sharpedo?
  • 49: Magnezone or Probopass?
  • 50: Butterfree or Beedril?
  • 51: Ampharos or Luxray?
  • 52: Ratatta, Dunsparce or Bidoof?
  • 53: Growlithe or Vulpix?
  • 54: Druddigon, Haxorus, or Hydreigon?
  • 55: Gardevior or Gothitelle?
  • 56: Poochyenna or Purrloin?
  • 57: Geodude or Roggenrola?
  • Form Changes:
  • 58: Normal Castform, Water castform, Fire Castform, or Ice Castform?
  • 59: Normal Rotom, Fan Rotom, Oven Rotom, Washing machine rotom, fridge rotom, or mower rotom?
  • 60: Shaymin land form of Shaymin sky form?
  • Legendaries:
  • 61: Moltres, Zapdos, or Articuno?
  • 62: Mew or Mewtwo?
  • 63: Mega Mewtwo X or Mega Mewtwo Y?
  • 64: Raikou, Suicune, or Entei?
  • 65: Lugia or Ho-Oh?
  • 66: Celebi or Jirachi?
  • 67: Latios or Latias?
  • 68: Regirock, Regice, or Registeel?
  • 69: Kyogre, Groudon, or Rayquaza?
  • 70: Uxie, Mesprit, or Azelf?
  • 71: Palkia, Dialga, or Giratina?
  • 72: Darkrai or Cresselia?
  • 73: Manaphy or Phione?
  • 74: Coballion, Terrakion, or Virizion?
  • 75: Tornadus, Thunderus, or Landorus?
  • 76: Reshiram, Zekrom, or Kyurem?
  • 77: Keldeo, Genesect, or Meloetta?
  • 78: Xerneas, Yveltal, or Zygarde?
  • Moves, Types, Abilities, and Items:
  • 79: Physical attacks or special attacks?
  • 80: Fly or Surf?
  • 81: Tackle, Pound, or Scratch?
  • 82: Fighting, Psychic, or Dark?
  • 83: Fairy or Dragon?
  • 84: Drought, Drizzle, Sand Stream, or Snow Warning?
  • 85: Quick ball or Timer Ball?
  • 86: Full Heal, Lum Berry, Lava Cookie, Old Gateau, Castellicone, or Lumiose Galette?
  • Teams:
  • 87: Team Aqua or Team Magma?
  • 88: Team Magma or Team Flare?
  • 89: Team Rocket, Team Magma, Team Aqua, Team Galactic, Team Plasma, or Team Flare?
  • People:
  • 90: Nurse Joy or Officer Jenny?
  • 91: Professor Oak, Elm, Birch, Rowan, Juniper, or Sycamore?
  • 92: Misty, May, or Dawn?
  • 93: Cilan, Cress, or Chili?
  • 94: Gym Leader, Elite Four, or Champion?
  • 95: Lance, Steven, Cynthia, Alder, or Diantha?
  • 96: Shauna, Travis, or Tierno?
  • Gameplay:
  • 97: Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh, Unova, or Kalos?
  • 98: Pokemon trainer games, pokemon ranger games, or pokemon mystery dungeon games?
  • 99: Pokemon Cards, Games, or Show?
  • 100: Pokemon or Other Fandoms?

bigeyesandstarrynights:

that was the best thing I have read in about 10 years.

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suave-groudon:

skarmaiden:

suave-groudon:

reblogging for skarmaiden

You reblogged this from me you numpty!

No wonder there were pigeons on my dash in the first place :C

This pretty much summarises my YouTube.

In my subscriptions; comic books, Gotham the TV series and the walking dead.

Being watched; “come Mr dj son pon de replay. Come Mr dj won’t you turn the music up”

This pretty much summarises my YouTube.

In my subscriptions; comic books, Gotham the TV series and the walking dead.

Being watched; “come Mr dj son pon de replay. Come Mr dj won’t you turn the music up”

jtotheizzoe:

Why zombies, robots, clowns freak us out
Pennywise the clown is downright terrifying. But take away the fangs and penchant for haunting the dreams of New England youth, and a large portion of adults would still find the circus performer-turned-gore-freak purely terrifying. Zombies and humanoid robots fall into the same category: They just give some people the willies.
Why is that? Clowns are supposed to be funny. Zombies aren’t real. Data was the best character on Star Trek: TNG. We’ve known for a while that as a creation gets more and more humanlike, our comfort level goes up for a while, and then suddenly drops into what we call the “uncanny valley" (illustrated above).
Some new research out of UC San Diego may have put a little neuroscience behind this phenomenon. People viewed androids and people while being imaged by fMRI:

They hypothesized that, at least in part, the effect might result from a violation of the brain’s predictions. When we anticipate one thing but see another, we get an error, and that error makes us shy away from the thing we’re viewing.
… ”Your brain’s gonna be like, ‘Hey, wait a minute, you told me this was a human, and now this area told me that this is not moving like a human. So, I have to really compute that,’ ” [Ayse Sagin] said. “That’s what we think the uncanny valley might be partially caused by, and we have seen some brain activity that looks like that.”

The dissonance between what your brain expects to see and what it does see may be at fault. The tiny movements that don’t match, the slightly different facial ratios, Tom Hanks’ weird porcelain skin in The Polar Express … they all make your brain uncomfortable. Other researchers think that our keen perception of “healthy humans” might be an evolutionary adaptation to take care of our fellow living humans, and perhaps it even plays into our fear of death. Quickly recognizing human faces and features may be so core to our brain’s function that we can track it to the single cell (sort of).
All I know is that my wife punches me if I make her get within 50 feet of a clown. Remember, in the uncanny valley … they all float.
(via CNN.com)

jtotheizzoe:

Why zombies, robots, clowns freak us out

Pennywise the clown is downright terrifying. But take away the fangs and penchant for haunting the dreams of New England youth, and a large portion of adults would still find the circus performer-turned-gore-freak purely terrifying. Zombies and humanoid robots fall into the same category: They just give some people the willies.

Why is that? Clowns are supposed to be funny. Zombies aren’t real. Data was the best character on Star Trek: TNG. We’ve known for a while that as a creation gets more and more humanlike, our comfort level goes up for a while, and then suddenly drops into what we call the “uncanny valley" (illustrated above).

Some new research out of UC San Diego may have put a little neuroscience behind this phenomenon. People viewed androids and people while being imaged by fMRI:

They hypothesized that, at least in part, the effect might result from a violation of the brain’s predictions. When we anticipate one thing but see another, we get an error, and that error makes us shy away from the thing we’re viewing.

… ”Your brain’s gonna be like, ‘Hey, wait a minute, you told me this was a human, and now this area told me that this is not moving like a human. So, I have to really compute that,’ ” [Ayse Sagin] said. “That’s what we think the uncanny valley might be partially caused by, and we have seen some brain activity that looks like that.”

The dissonance between what your brain expects to see and what it does see may be at fault. The tiny movements that don’t match, the slightly different facial ratios, Tom Hanks’ weird porcelain skin in The Polar Express … they all make your brain uncomfortable. Other researchers think that our keen perception of “healthy humans” might be an evolutionary adaptation to take care of our fellow living humans, and perhaps it even plays into our fear of death. Quickly recognizing human faces and features may be so core to our brain’s function that we can track it to the single cell (sort of).

All I know is that my wife punches me if I make her get within 50 feet of a clown. Remember, in the uncanny valley … they all float.

(via CNN.com)

bobabobafett:

unexplained-events:

Oldest Mask
The oldest mask in the world, around 9000 years old.

bobabobafett:

unexplained-events:

Oldest Mask

The oldest mask in the world, around 9000 years old.

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avafalls:

kahviholisti:

work in progress :3

HOLY SHIT

LISTEN TO THIS

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southparkdigital:

Use this stencil to carve your very own Randy pumpkin!

southparkdigital:

Use this stencil to carve your very own Randy pumpkin!

I post random stuff, stuff I feel like. Mostly animals and pokemon. But, I rather like commenting on people arguing points badly. It doesn't matter what point they are trying to make, whether I agree with it or not, I will take issue with how they argue.

I also post reviews of stuff nobody asked me to review along with the commentary for it as I go.

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