tramampoline:

i love the ability to pick out how someone should sound in your head when you read stuff but it’s something that depends on both writing and their art and when u got both really good then yr characters got GOOD VOICES long story short read

http://aghoststorycomic.com/

http://aghoststorycomic.com/

http://aghoststorycomic.com/

http://aghoststorycomic.com/

a comic with a strong sense of voice really early on <3

That’s it right there. That’s the comic. 

http://aghoststorycomic.com/

classicajays:

The first time Don Pardo was seen in a sketch.  This actually was the monologue for the season 5 season finale hosted by Buck Henry, the final episode with the original cast and the end of the first five years.  Don played a guy named “Ron Waldo” who could do a spot on imitation of Don Pardo.  As many times over the years we would hear his voice, we only rarely saw him on camera

Oof.

classicajays:

The first time Don Pardo was seen in a sketch.  This actually was the monologue for the season 5 season finale hosted by Buck Henry, the final episode with the original cast and the end of the first five years.  Don played a guy named “Ron Waldo” who could do a spot on imitation of Don Pardo.  As many times over the years we would hear his voice, we only rarely saw him on camera

Oof.

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(Crowd cheers, applause, stock ’80s elevator music)

THE CREATIVE FOOL — WHEN I THINK OF THE WATER, I THINK OF WAVES

I got pretty emotional about quite a few things this week, and while this video is by no means a response to any of them, it’s pretty sappy.

"We have to ride our wave. We have to help each other find our waves. The right waves are out there, waiting to bring us back to shore, back home."

(more videos here) (thank you) (be safe)

annalibertas asked:

Michael Brown was shot several times by an unnamed police officer (police are still refusing to release his name) and murdered despite multiple eyewitness accounts stating that Brown had done absolutely nothing to provoke the police officer. Citizens of Ferguson responded with a vigil on the street he died on and non violent protests. Police then responded to that by blocking off the whole city and throwing tear gas at protestors. Prior to Brown's death the town was just a normal town

This is exactly what I’m saying. Ferguson was a “normal town” before this happened, and it’s not the only one. It’s just another “normal town” in a long line of “normal towns” to suffer from bigotry and hatred like this.

When you have “normal towns” like Ferguson becoming the epicenter of racial and social unrest, what does that mean for the rest of America?