Oh don’t mind me, just working on a thing for a thing.

Oh don’t mind me, just working on a thing for a thing.

cracked:

sexygaylibrarian:

cracked:

dontsitaround:

Let’s look at the facts: 1) In “The best superpower” Soren stops time (or freeze people). 2) In “Four best movie universe to die in” Soren says he has “willed” his parents’ dog to go to a specific Heaven. 3) In “7 horrifying lessons hidden in movies about childhood” Soren says normal human aging is confusing to him. 4) In “11 movie alternate universes with horrifying  downsides” Soren is seen teleporting/jumping between dimensions. 5) In “Why everyone wants to have sex with vampires” he talks about puberty as something other people went through, not him. 6) In “Why Disney’s Aladdin is secretly horrifying” he is very invested in the Genie’s entrapment in the lamp. By the end of the episode he admits to projecting his own problems/situation unto the Genie. 7) In “Why Peter Pan is propaganda for perverts” he says that he has a phobia of aging, but also seem to think it’s something that’s natural, just not to HIM and he would prefer to avoid it. 8) He is overall convinced he is better than the people surrounding him, and apparently people feel drawn to him according to Daniel. Most of these could just be because Soren thinks of himself as better/more important than others, but combined with his supernatural powers I propose Soren isn’t a human at all, but actually a powerful creature trapped in a mortal body he doesn’t know how to escape from. His powers might cause him to age slower than humans, but it’s happening, and he might die with the body which isn’t natural at all to him, hence his intense fear of aging. And sure, he has talked about his parents and early years, but we don’t know how long he has been trapped, under which circumstances, or if he’s just trying to seem more human to avoid trouble.

This would explain Soren’s preternatural hand-eye coordination:


Can I just say I love that we’re making head-cannons about After Hours?

*imagines a cannon-headed person*

I just thought that’s how people from Colorado are like. 

cracked:

sexygaylibrarian:

cracked:

dontsitaround:

Let’s look at the facts:

1) In “The best superpower” Soren stops time (or freeze people).

2) In “Four best movie universe to die in” Soren says he has “willed” his parents’ dog to go to a specific Heaven.

3) In “7 horrifying lessons hidden in movies about childhood” Soren says normal human aging is confusing to him.

4) In “11 movie alternate universes with horrifying  downsides” Soren is seen teleporting/jumping between dimensions.

5) In “Why everyone wants to have sex with vampires” he talks about puberty as something other people went through, not him.

6) In “Why Disney’s Aladdin is secretly horrifying” he is very invested in the Genie’s entrapment in the lamp. By the end of the episode he admits to projecting his own problems/situation unto the Genie.

7) In “Why Peter Pan is propaganda for perverts” he says that he has a phobia of aging, but also seem to think it’s something that’s natural, just not to HIM and he would prefer to avoid it.

8) He is overall convinced he is better than the people surrounding him, and apparently people feel drawn to him according to Daniel.

Most of these could just be because Soren thinks of himself as better/more important than others, but combined with his supernatural powers I propose Soren isn’t a human at all, but actually a powerful creature trapped in a mortal body he doesn’t know how to escape from. His powers might cause him to age slower than humans, but it’s happening, and he might die with the body which isn’t natural at all to him, hence his intense fear of aging.

And sure, he has talked about his parents and early years, but we don’t know how long he has been trapped, under which circumstances, or if he’s just trying to seem more human to avoid trouble.

This would explain Soren’s preternatural hand-eye coordination:

Can I just say I love that we’re making head-cannons about After Hours?

*imagines a cannon-headed person*

I just thought that’s how people from Colorado are like. 

grownwomanchild:

I was given the distinct honor to get Starified today. 

Dani is pretty cool you guys. 

grownwomanchild:

I was given the distinct honor to get Starified today. 

Dani is pretty cool you guys. 

NO. 
NOOOOOOOO.
>:( 

NO. 

NOOOOOOOO.

>:( 

lifeofbk:

"Shia LaBeouf" by Rob Cantor

Holy shit, this just gets better and better.

It really is a good music day. hahahahaha!

Jukebox the Ghost released their latest album today! This is one of my favorite bands, and they’ve yet to disappoint me with each album release. 

Between "Sound of a Broken Heart" & "Hollywood" are my two top choices on this one. Although "Made for Ending" , "Girl", and "Postcard" are pretty dope too. Of course, "The Great Unknown" is awesome too… but I’m biased cause I got to help out with the music video a tiny bit. 

:)

Good music day. 

lifeofbk:

We really live in a fantastic future. 

Your self-worth has nothing to do with your craft or calling, and everything to do with how you treat yourself.
Kris Carr via the daily love (via petitepowerhouse)
New Cracked After Hours “6 Weirdly Conservative Messages Hidden in ‘Ghostbusters’” is up and has some of my art in it! Go watch! :)
We never say that all men deserve to feel beautiful. We never say that each man is beautiful in his own way. We don’t have huge campaigns aimed at young boys trying to convince them that they’re attractive, probably because we very rarely correlate a man’s worth with his appearance. The problem is that a woman’s value in this world is still very much attached to her appearance, and telling her that she should or deserves to feel beautiful does more to promote that than negate it. Telling women that they “deserve” to feel pretty plays right in to the idea that prettiness should be important to them. And having books and movies aimed at young women where every female protagonist turns out to be beautiful (whereas many of the antagonists are described in much less flattering terms) reinforces the message that beauty has some kind of morality attached to it, and that all heroines are somehow pretty.

amazighprincex:

[A series of tweets by Shaun King (@ShaunKing) on 17 October, 2014, about the circumstances surrounding the murder of Mike Brown.

I wonder if Wilson told authorities how angry he got after he drove away and saw that Mike & Dorian refused to get on the sidewalk.

Darren Wilson DROVE AWAY from Mike Brown & Dorian Johnson after telling them to get on the sidewalk. Follow me for a second.

He drove away. THEN 4 witnesses saw & heard him so violently shift his SUV into reverse that the tires screeched down Canfield Drive.

Eyewitnesses said that Dorian Johnson & Mike Brown were nearly hit by his SUV when he reversed it down Canfield.

Dorian Johnson said that when Darren Wilson so violently flung his door open that it hit him and “knocked the breath” out of Dorian.

The sheer size of Mike caused that SUV door to close back at Darren Wilson and he was PISSED. Instantly pissed.

He reached through that window and grabbed Mike Brown in anger. Several eyewitnesses saw Mike Brown TRYING HARD to get away.

And, if he didn’t know about the store incident, the SUV reversal alone is a deep insight into the energy and anger Darren Wilson possessed.

Remember, all he knew is that Mike Brown & Dorian Johnson were jaywalking AND he PULLED AWAY. He left. WILSON came back for the conflict.

jujubee58:

iwriteaboutfeminism:

If only he had kept driving away…

His goal was to kill someone black that day!

Note that this fits exactly with Dorian Johnson’s account. All of the eyewitness accounts match up perfectly. It’s the police who are lying and changing their story.