I made stickers! You can have some!
TL;DR get me your address and I will mail you a sticker or two!
To recap from earlier:
1. DM me an address, it doesn't have to be your home address! Could be work, school, friend's house? Alternately you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Fucking glow in the dark! Well the alien ones at least
3. You don't have to pay me! I mean I won't stop you if you want to but it is not the goal here
4. Neither of these are my joke/ideas but I did create the images/arts
@ljwrites Anyway this has been Sunday Spud Thoughts, with your Unreliable Narrator Pagrus Major
And whose thoughts on translation (specifically "What is a man?") reminded me of something @ljwrites was talking about the other day, although I don't remember specifically what or when it was
Who also wrote an interesting piece about his work on translating Metal Gear Solid for Polygon https://www.polygon.com/2019/7/18/20696081/metal-gear-solid-translation-japanese-english-jeremy-blaustein
offer for someone in the fire areas, pls boost
Hi friends I have a TR1 tactical respirator I’d like to give away. It has a face seal and electrostatic filters. It is unused. The carrying case has been opened just to look at it. I would like to give this to someone living in particularly bad air conditions such as those in Oregon or someone who is particularly at risk due to underlying conditions. I only have one but may be able to get more.
"When Tokyo was chosen to host the 2020 Summer Olympics in the 2013 bidding process, several commentators claimed that Akira predicted the future event. ... In February 2020, during the coronavirus pandemic and 147 days before the Olympics, a scene in Akira which calls for the cancellation of the 2020 Olympics (147 days before the event) led to a social media trend calling for the cancellation of the 2020 Olympics." --https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Akira_(1988_film)
Which is also the birthday of the "What is a man?" line, apparently inserted into the English dialog version by this guy https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jeremy_Blaustein
lewd humor, oglaf
Smells like bow spirit https://www.oglaf.com/addons/
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