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An oldie, but a goodie.
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Somewhere Only We Know - Figterjet
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I am legitimately terrified of centipedes.
So this would probably happen in real life.
Katts and Stu belong to ourselves.
Centipedes are fucking scary, I can never remember which end the venom comes out of. Give me venomous snakes and spiders, I can deal with them, but centipedes are like if a spider and a snake popped out a baby, and it’s angry at being an abomination.
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Traffic lined up in the morning sunlight outside my office window.
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just thinking of something- someone- somewhere better than here.
wistful and holding on.
excuse me is that a motorola droid 4
An OG Droid 1, actually! I do have a Droid 4 as well, as a replacement, but it’s in need of a SIM card.
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This is amazing…! ^ / /^ ~
Glad you like! =D -Fighterjet
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Figured I might as well use this blog to document all of my reposted stuff while the other is just for my original uploads. =D
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p>Still loving this one. It was definitely more than worth the wait. <3
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Just three days left on the contest voting so I’m bumping this up to the top of my page again. Three shields. One from Berenike and two from Zena!
A shield from the mysterious land of Zena. Sources say that the original was created by Adrian of Zena. It bears the crest of three wolves encircling the image of a moon. The eye implies watchfulness and the bearers of this shield are rarely surprised.
The design of the shield is ostentatious and was carried by Knights of Zena, its flamboyant design is adept at catching the attention of courtly ladies.
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Midnight Élan was made by an unknown maker, but its materials come from the ancient land of Zena and can repel/reflect magical attacks. This shield glitters at night like a sky full of stars.
Bears the crest of a ferocious unicorn and a seven pointed star.Very strong defense against magical attacks.
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The Mantle of the White Stag is a Royal Knight’s shield. Its last known carrier was The White Lady of Berenike. It bears the image of The White Stag, a legendary beast said to grant a wish to whoever could defeat it. An Ancient Knight of Berenike fought the Stag, though his shield was destroyed by the battle.
The knight muttered under his breath, unthinkingly wishing that he had a stronger shield. The Stag then vanished, only leaving behind this shield.
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Reblogging for great justice! And adding that you’ll need a Facebook account and it’ll make you install the Dark Souls 2 app. But your votes still count if you just uninstall the app right away.
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Saaaame goes for this one too.
Thanks for liking my art, everyone.
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MIGHT AS WELL THROW THIS ONTO ME BLOG- even though I think I posted this way back when I drew it. Hahahahaha.
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This is the life I chose to lead many, many years, and its one that I continue to live, in many ways, for the sake of my own sanity.
It’s far, far too easy to get caught up in people’s actions and be entirely blind to the reasons. This isn’t to justify any of the bullying and harassment that goes around, but it is to try to offer some empathetic perspective as to why these things happen.
Unless there’s something psychologically or neurologically wrong with someone, we’re all born with empathy. We have the ability to feel the hurt of others just as much as we are remarkably skilled at lashing out because we’re in pain. Pain is someone that no one is immune to, be it physical, emotional, or psychological; we all feel it in some way, shape or form. It’s also what triggers one’s empathy; it’s how you look away at the sight of someone’s broken finger or want to comfort your best friend who has just been dumped. It resonates inside you and you feel driven to do something about it, especially regarding the ones you care about the most.
For me, it’s not just about people I care about, but people in general. I’ve been bullied for the majority of my life just for being different and having a different set of ideals. The boy who wouldn’t let me play on the tire swing in Texas because I was Canadian and made things awful for me on the playground? His dad beat him and he carried those cuts, those bruises, and those scars with him to school every day. And we all knew about it, but no one said anything. Can you imagine how hopeless and unwanted you must feel when you’re suffering and no one seems to give enough of a damn to say anything? I was pushed to the ground on the schoolyard, at least I could go home to my parents and be comforted.
And that’s just one of the many instances. In fact, the majority of the people who were dicks to me had some pretty serious things going on in their lives. Again, this isn’t a justification for anything; I’m not “okay” with their actions, but I cannot harbor any contempt when I realize that I’m only adding to the hurt that they’re already experiencing.
Pain just leads to more pain. And I just. Ask that instead of looking at the wrongdoing, that people look at the perpetrator as well, with an open mind and at the very least come to terms with the fact that they’re most likely hurting a great deal on the inside and are lashing out because it’s a pretty damn human response. You don’t have to accept it and brush it off, just realize that the world will never be a warm accepting place if you look at everything as a black and white series of right and wrong.
And that’s the first step to peace, is it not? Building a mutual understanding of one another? I have always had a hard time believing in God or any kind of higher power, but I do believe in kindness and every smile I receive is worth so much more than the crap I’ve had to go through.
Just my $0.02.
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