Scribblings of a Mad Writer

hopelesslyhiddled:

The most polite sword fight ever

If you do not think that this is also the sassiest sword fight ever, you are wrong.

(Source: inconceivablebluefox, via jimsbomb)

chikikosaotome:

allofthe-disney-femslash:

KP: Easter ‘07 by rinacat

Shego: *puts hat on Kim*
Kim: Um, Shego? What am I wearing?
Shego: One of those bunny hats that I found in the shop.
Kim: So, how come I’m wearing it?…
Shego: While I’ll look ridiculous wearing things like this, you, on the other hand, just look adorable!
Kim: And I assume you want me to keep this on when the kids come out for egg-hunting, too?
Shego: *smirks* If you do that for the whole day, I promise I’ll put on the ‘bunny suit’ later tonight.
Kim: …sounds promising.

KP: Intimidating pose test by rinacat

KP: Christmas with Family by rinacat

KP: Younger and Older by rinacat

KP: Tackleglomp by rinacat

KP: a piece of Love by rinacat

KP: Shego or Miss Go? by rinacat

KP: Secret Kiss by rinacat

I’ve always wanted to read a fic based on her younger and older pic

Rinacat is one of my favorites. Her art is awesome and I am so happy I have a piece of her Kigo art. You have no idea how happy that makes me. If I had the actual print, I would have framed that sucker and always have it on my wall. Now I have it in rotation for my desktop. Maybe it’s time to bring it back because woah…

(via rinacat)

Do you ever just stand there in the shower while you’re soaping up and go, “Damn I have nice breasts!” or is it just me?

Well, I have gone over everything I could, making sure I have the right formatting, my name where it is supposed to be, and the outline reads well. Now it is once more into the breach, dear friends.

Here’s hoping that I get in. The story is a lot of fun and I would love for people to have a chance to read it. Besides, having my fiction published professionally would be truly awesome. Wish me luck!

“I am not Mike Brown. I am white. I am middle class. I am female. I am small. I am not considered a threat. When police see me they see someone who looks like them. They see their mothers, their daughters, their sisters, themselves. I am not at risk of being shot by police for existing while black. I am not at risk of being shot while unarmed. I am not at risk of being shot while armed with nothing more than a BB gun. I am not at risk of being shot for reaching for my wallet. I am privileged.
But I am outraged. And if you aren’t outraged, then you aren’t paying attention. This is America in 2014. This is our reality. It’s so easy to get jaded and to ignore these atrocities, to act like this doesn’t affect us. It’s so easy to get apathetic. In the past it was the youth who protested. Where is the rage of the youth? Where is our rage?
Like I said, I am not Mike Brown. But I am outraged.”

—   

: I am not Mike Brown. (via asgardian-feminist)

This, this right here. This situation is jacked up and only seems to be getting worse. We so don’t need this nonsense but we have to stop this killing. There is no reason to flat out kill someone when you can subdue them or wound them. Police seem to go for the kill more than soldiers do. Our country is falling apart and no one is fixing it. Thanks… :(

(via knowhereplansfornobody)

Hey, White Americans. We Need to Talk.

postcardsfromspace:

According to a Pew Research survey, only 37% of white Americans think the events in #Ferguson raise important issues about race.

Okay, fellow white people. We need to talk.

Let me tell you a story: I was an angry punk teenager. Not violent, but I did a shitton of trespassing, and I got into a…

This…

I knew my mom and I did not see eye to eye on a lot of things but this just went a little over the border for me. We got to talking about Ferguson and she was saying how it was just like Watts and was kind of rabid about how the police were just trying to help and other stuff. It came across as “the white policemen were just trying to help the poor blacks because they are all criminals, and they wanted to stop the looting and burning.” 

I did not deal well with that. We got into a very heated argument over the whole thing. I don’t know where she is getting her news but it is worthless. I’ve been reading journalist tweets and stuff from people on the ground there and this just set me off.  Honestly, it seems like I am less and less related to them.

thefemaletyrant:

I can never not reblog this.

"What is this pink person? It doesn’t have skin"

Remember, your perception of the world may not match anothers. That doesn’t make them wrong only different. Seeing the world through their eyes might make you look at the world differently.

(via allcirclesendwheretheybegin)

journolist:

Here’s a by-the-numbers look at who lives in Ferguson, who’s in charge, who gets stopped by police, and more.

Yeah… this is a huge problem, not just in Ferguson but in the whole United States. The Police have been given so much power and so much military hardware that it seems to have gone to their heads. I don’t even know what is with the police as they have gone from To Serve and Protect to To Oppress and Punish. I really have no idea why this mindset exists but it is very pervasive. I mean, I get worried whenever a cop has pulled me over or they are walking near me and I’m effing White. If I’m this worried and I’m a White Lesbian I can barely imagine how anyone who is more a minority feels.

That scares me as well, that perfectly nice people who happen to have more melanin in their skin than I do are being targeted and executed for the stupidest reasons. That’s all it is you know… they have more melanin. For the audacity of having more melanin than these White idjits they are being targeted. Why? What fricking reason justifies this sort of action? It’s like the police departments are filled with bullies who have been given badges and guns and think this is the Wild West. 

Our country is messed up in a very huge way. Corporations are people. The police cannot be trusted. Women do not have self-autonomy. And victim blaming seems to be the law of the land. We’ve gone from being one of the most respected nations in the world to a fricking dystopian society right out of a YA novel. We deserve better.

The officers in Ferguson are being terrorists and are trying to subdue a whole population of a city. That is beyond wrong. My heart goes out to the people of Ferguson. I hope they make it through this as safe as possible.

(via knowhereplansfornobody)

soberchipmunk:

made a thing to wear at d&d tomorrow :3

So very true.

soberchipmunk:

made a thing to wear at d&d tomorrow :3

So very true.

(via nudityandnerdery)

So I entered Pitch Wars in the hopes that it will help me get my Query letter stronger. And if they can help with the story as well… that would be awesome. Here’s hoping.

“What I hate is ignorance, smallness of imagination, the eye that sees no farther than its own lashes. All things are possible. Who you are is limited only by who you think you are.”

—   

Egyptian Book of the Dead (via o-r-p-h-i-c)

This is from the Normandi Ellis translation of the Book of the Dead and not the Budge. It is a much smoother version and less stodgy.

(Source: stardust-seedling, via jimsbomb)

zyoteofalbion:

a-cumberbatch-of-cookies:

AND WITH THIS GIFSET MY LIFE IS NOW COMPLETE.

A king has to know these kinds of things.

Indeed.

(Source: asgardian-poledance, via wide-worlds-joy)

“Writers are often the worst judges of what they have written.”

—   

Stephen King (via thewritersspotblog)

So fricking true, you have no idea.

(via randomactsofdouchebaggery)

noillimrev:

whistlingwombat:

popcltrgeek:


(not every verb has to be transitive)

oh so very much this.
and there’s a plan for the going already in place

Yes indeed… and it is a good plan, a noble plan, a plan unlike other plans in its planny-ness. Other plans yearn to be our plan because our plan is epic and awesome as one might expect from such amazing and incredible people like ourselves. The Gods themselves weep with the majesty of our plan.
I mean, its not bad for a sketch of a plan. Well, maybe a bit more than a sketch, more like an outline that has some things filled out. So yeah… there’s a plan and it’s pretty good.


Would you say it’s about 12% of a plan?

I love you Noillimrev.

noillimrev:

whistlingwombat:

popcltrgeek:

(not every verb has to be transitive)

oh so very much this.

and there’s a plan for the going already in place

Yes indeed… and it is a good plan, a noble plan, a plan unlike other plans in its planny-ness. Other plans yearn to be our plan because our plan is epic and awesome as one might expect from such amazing and incredible people like ourselves. The Gods themselves weep with the majesty of our plan.

I mean, its not bad for a sketch of a plan. Well, maybe a bit more than a sketch, more like an outline that has some things filled out. So yeah… there’s a plan and it’s pretty good.

Would you say it’s about 12% of a plan?

I love you Noillimrev.

(Source: softerworld)