The vinyl cutter functions like an inkjet printer, complete with computer program and USB hookup, but instead of ink it juts a tiny blade down into it. The way it acted last night was akin to, “I don’t like the use of the letter s in this sentence. I’m just going to NOT PRINT IT.” Or like “This last paragraph? I disagree. You’re not getting it.” The rest of the lines come out clean and cut consistently. I have multiple patterns on the same sheet, that are literally cut and paste. Sometimes it will decide that this particular part of the TF2 BLU logo will come out wavy, and leave the others the same.
It could be it was tired, like I was. We used it a hell of a lot yesterday. Or it could be the beginning of the robot uprising. I’m going to check the labels on it to make sure it wasn’t made by Cyberdyne or Graystone Industries.
The vinyl cutter is getting downright lazy. It arbitrarily refuses to cut some lines, and cuts corners. I don’t understand how a machine can be all, “myeah, gonna do it quick like this, and screw this bunch of lines in particular.”
We’re off to Calgary this week for Calgary Expo! And we’re bringing new stuff with us. Any suggestions on good music, munchies, and fun stuff to do whilst traveling from Northern Ontario through to Alberta are appreciated.
Our One Piece BESM game is slowly, sloooowly starting again. At last session, our crew was schooled by the Big Bad, incapacitated, captured by the Marines and hadn’t been heard from in nine months, scattered to the winds. The goal is to bring in players one at a time as the crew reunites. Knight ran a session for our captain, who escaped from prison, and ran across the desert of some island. He met a grand master of haki techniques, and learned some stuff after this great exchange:
Luxxan: My Master always told me, if life gives you lemons, punch life in the face and demand it gives you oranges!
Grand Master: Your Master… is a wise man!
We also learned that our captain, without a navigator, gets around using the art of Zen navigation. What is it with pirates and this technique? Geez.
i feel like ‘restaurant’ shouldnt be spelled like that
les anglophones volent des mots à d’autres langues puis chialent parce qu’ils ne sont pas orthographiés comme ils le voudraient
Deerstalkpictures made my day when they uploaded this -> Kill La Kill - Nudist Beach
GOD DAMNNNN!!!!! O_O
#hannibal lecter in the heat of the moment grabs will #pulling him closer the audience feels the tension #so tight you could cut it with a butter knife #hannibal whispers softly into will’s ear #omelette du fromage
gdi nbchannibal. Good to know Dexter’s Lab is still remembered.
Watching Hannibal makes me feel inferior over my food presentation.
man thinking about that post like
social justice warriors are sometimes the leeroy jenkins, they rush right in usually without buffs, without enough equipment, and probably in misguided and counterproductive ways but their hearts are usually in the right place so everyone who rushes in after them to try and back their asses up usually also gets wiped. refined warriors can usually manage aggro while tailoring their skills to fit the situation, but they gotta be careful.
social justice rangers (sup) occasionally have that One Post that resonated with a lot of people but most of the time they stand back and take potshots at easy targets. rangers are pretty good at getting to the point (if i do say so myself) but prefer to back up the party than to wander into the thick of the mob.
social justice paladins are righteous folks and they can take a lot of punishment, specifically baiting oppressive assholes to keep the attention off their more fragile party members. or they dash right in and start slugging away to draw aggro away from said fragile party members. damn, tanks are cool.
social justice monks are like the spiritual leaders, they’re versatile and wise. maybe a bit older than the usual demographic, they’re pretty zen, their blogs are usually about everyday things and they tend to have a lot of experience. they hold their own communities accountable but will wander into the fray, taking up whichever role needs to be taken.
social justice wizards are fucking cool. wide-reaching AoE and tons of damage, posts with like, tens of thousands of notes, they’re usually buffered against the backlash by tanks and backed up by the rangers. broad, widely-applicable statements suited for many circumstances. everyone wants to be their friend.
social justice rogues are those people who run fandom or hipster blogs who you never expect to give a shit about social justice but they follow a couple wizards and once in a while they’ll pop in, drop a bomb, and then flit away into the darkness. maybe they lose a couple followers, but man were they good at luring those fuckers into complacency. rogues are fuckin hilarious (and awesome) to see in action.
and social justice clerics are those absolute sweethearts who stay out of the line of fire but support and encourage the front line (as it were). whenever the tanks and DPS get worn down, the clerics drop in with a healing spell, maybe some HoTs and buffs. when they do draw the attention of mobs, they’re usually helpless because they’re TOO DAMN NICE and have far too much hope in humanity and just keep tryna cast healing spells on everyone. protect clerics at all costs.
At the same time, let’s not underestimate the niceness of the clerics: they’re the only class that can easily solo a dungeon, and have a lot of the same powers as a paladin.
Changing all the links within the posts on the Red Moon Glassworks blog is so tedious, but holy crap I have to because everything redirects to porn until I change it. Bloody hell.
Aaaand done. Only took me like 5 hours. :/ I really hope everything links properly now. Until I check everything tomorrow, avoid opening any of the redmoonglassworksgallery links at work.