Bonkers fan art!  Tried to update the look a bit.

Edit: Actually watched some episodes and decided to tweak a few colors.


Myers-Briggs Personality test: ISTJ// Requested by anon + rowenaofthedurbervilles 

I – Introversion preferred to extraversion: ISTJs tend to be quiet and reserved. They generally prefer interacting with a few close friends rather than a wide circle of acquaintances, and they expend energy in social situations (whereas extroverts gain energy).

S – Sensing preferred to intuition: ISTJs tend to be more concrete than abstract. They focus their attention on the details rather than the big picture, and on immediate realities rather than future possibilities.

T – Thinking preferred to feeling: ISTJs tend to value objective criteria above personal preference. When making decisions, they generally give more weight to logic than to social considerations.

 J – Judgment preferred to perception: ISTJs tend to plan their activities and make decisions early. They derive a sense of control through predictability.

ISTJs are faithful, logical, organized, sensible, and earnest traditionalists who enjoy keeping their lives and environments well-regulated. Typically reserved and serious individuals, they earn success through their thoroughness and extraordinary dependability. They are capable of shutting out distractions in order to take a practical, logical approach to their endeavors, and are able to make the tough decisions that other types avoid. Realistic and responsible, ISTJs are often seen as worker bees striving steadily toward their goals. Despite their dependability and good intentions, however, ISTJs can experience difficulty in understanding and responding to the emotional needs of others. [10][dead link] Although they often focus on their internal world, ISTJs prefer dealing with the present and the factual. They are detail-oriented and weigh various options when making decisions, although they generally stick to the conventional. ISTJs are well-prepared for eventualities and have a good understanding of most situations. They believe in practical objectives, and they value traditions and loyalty.

At any rate, I went on, and I don’t quite understand myself, really, but when I saw it was the tent I signalled to the party to come in and I couldn’t make them understand and I didn’t feel it was right to shout, and this is the first funny thing, you see, I didn’t think it was all right to shout, like being in a cathedral. Finally I made enough signals to make them see what I wanted. The second funny thing was it didn’t seem to me to be right to make our camp too close to the tent, so I made it about a hundred and fifty yards away … So at any rate we waited for Atch and he opened up the tent and he and Cherry and I went in and had a look at the party of three - Scott, Wilson and Bowers - and closed it up again.

Sir Charles Wright on the finding of Captain Scott’s last camp, in conversation with Charles Neider. Edge of the World: Ross Island, Antarctica by Charles Neider, 1974. (via asteroidproject)

Silas ….

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He’s never gonna live it down

A bit late, but happy birthday you doof.



7 days of GoT: 1 king/queen [Stannis Baratheon]

The library’s one of the few civic spaces we have left. People are feeling like there’s no other ways for these online platforms and services to be run, it’s our destiny to have them be privately run, and yet we invoke the analogy of the library or archive all the time. To me it says that we find it realistic that Google will be our archive when it’s an advertising company. We’ve seen them get rid of services that are not profitable (Google Reader), and we’ve seen them demote things like Google Scholar. That’s realism, where it’s unrealistic to think we’d build on the success of the library with a national repository for knowledge, arts, and culture? Libraries exist and they’re open. Libraries exist with all these values we invoke in the digital sphere, but there are very few people thinking about how we might build upon them.
Astra Taylor (via azspot)


New media for upcoming Takeshi Koike directed Lupin film!

TMS and Cinema Today have revealed the stylish promotional movie poster for the upcoming film. The artwork features Lupin and Jigen with their iconic new colour schemes along with release date and cast information. Fujiko can be spotted in the centre of the image, but there’s no Goemon or Zenigata in sight!

Lupin the IIIRD: The Tomb of Daisuke Jigen / Daisuke Jigen’s Gravestone will be getting a limited cinema release in Japan from the 21st to the 27th of June this year!




this aint duck season