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I don't mean to alarm anyone, but I may have found the super old Juggalo hack of Mario RPG.
HOW OLD? It is the 28th file on Romhacking.net. It is from 2001. A large portion of the hack is dedicated to being irritated about how difficult it was to hack.

i think i'm being completely reasonable when i said that all income over two million dollars should be taxed at once hundred percent

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I found a new housing for your AI

also: AI core is computer nerd speak for Lich's Phylactery.

octodon.social/media/bdB32fs9M

this isn't a specific callout, this isn't intended as a dogwhistle for anyone specific or even as some "these damned kids" thing. it's just a behavior i keep seeing from people that's finally getting frustrating enough to make me get all pissy about it on my social network with the least amount of followers

i do think it's worth telling people how important rebloging/boosting/etc is! but there is a HUGE difference between saying "thank you so much for reblogging my work, it helps to get eyes on my art!" and "shame on you for liking my posts and not reblogging it. you are the problem."

there are all sorts of ways people treat artists online that are toxic and shitty. reposting your art so they can get their own likes/reblogs without your permission, editing out signatures or reposting stuff without permission, there's a lot of bullshit out there

this isn't that. this is someone cultivating their own personal online space the way they choose. telling someone they're being a Bad Fan for not putting your art on there the way you want makes you look petulant.

at what point do you stop treating your fans--who, by the way, are people literally telling you they enjoy your work--like puppies who just shit on the run that you have to punish and start just recognizing that this is how this sort of thing just tends to shake out?

i completely understand the frustration. i can't count how many times i busted my ass on a piece forever, watched dozens of likes come in, and only one or two shares. it sucks and i wish more eyes were landing on the thing i worked on. but that doesn't make everyone who like that piece an asshole

okay i don't know how to talk about this without sounding like i'm trying to whatever-shame people, but i am completely exhausted by artists on tumblr/twitter/etc chastising their followers for not reblogging/retweeting enough art

i need to finally convince myself that sometimes what i think is a sudden bout of depression is me being fucking sleepy

the single best moment in the entirety of star wars and it's extended universe is when yoda starts whaling on R2 with that stick

i don't think i ever said that i liked tacoma but i really really liked tacoma

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you can basically slap this on the end of any statement i've ever made

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Taking some time, like I do every December 23rd, to contemplate whether or not The Bloodhound Gang is a novelty band.

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I'm having a sale everyone: THE CUTEST XXX-MAS SALE!

The sale is 50% off my artbook, THE CUTEST GANGBANG:

itch.io/s/9697/the-cutest-xxx-

* 25 pages
* Full Color
* Everyone is very happy and cute and nekkid
* Comes as a PDF, a folder of separate PNG images, and a mobile option for phone/tablet users

allow me to propose that han solo was never actually very cool, but simply lived in the coolest house and had the coolest friend and that confused us all when we were children

Yes, I understand that I have to process my more destructive thoughts in order to move past them but I also have to get groceries and do about six hours of drawing and then make dinner today so if you'll excuse me I'm going to put on a podcast while I walk to the store