Morrissey is an Irish singer/songwriter who became famous in the 80s with his New Wave band The Smiths.
There is no word good enough to describe the relief you get from using this stylus. After 20 some odd years of drawing on a slippery hunk of plastic while you look at your screen – away from your hand – like a momo – using this to draw on your screen is the best feeling in the world. The amount of resistance as you make a mark, the way it feels in your hand – without a big rubber grip that gets stretched over time – the way you finally get to see your mark and your hand as you make it – it all just feels right. There is also a massive relief you get when you throw away your giant intuos medium that hogs your bag with its massive usb cable that tangles around everything. Finally you get to carry just your laptop and your power cable and nothing else. Granted this is probably really about how much I underrated my yoga 14 because of the lame stylus that came with it and the driver conflicts with my old tablet. I mean I am now aware of how amazing the screen that came in my yoga 14 is. You can look at it form any angle and the contrast and color is perfect. The resolution is high for a 14 inch screen too. Screens have gotten much better since 2010 when I bought my last lcd. Even my $2500 cintiq had crap viewing angles and terrible color because it had a crap tft screen. Plus that thing was too big and heavy and hot. It feels so good to have an art device that is perfect. I have waited for this for along time. And I had this thing for a year before I realized it.
Baristas hate me and I don’t blame them. My anxiety causes me to act weird when doing something simple like ordering a coffee. Just talking to a stranger causes my stomach to knot-up and and makes it hard for me to breathe. I know baristas are nice and they do a tough job – but this is how I see them. Black barista with braces.
This is one of the first memes I remember. It is a green troll from the internet ether. I have no idea where it came from but I love his design. He has big yellow orc tusks and yellow horns that curl.
I love Magikarp. He represents hard work in the face of adversity. He is a useless pokemon who can only cast splash and flap around like a fish out of water in a battle. But if you stick with him you end up with a world beating chinese water dragon. This is the face I make when I can’t breathe.
This is UGa coach Kirby Smart. It is hard to believe that Kirby crafted the Dawgs into a machine that can stand up to the meanest team in college football and kick their ass after losing to them only two weeks ago. It certainly looks like Georgia made the right call when they hired this guy and Alabama might have lost the soul of their team.
This is a depressed green bass named chuck. He doesn’t know what to make of his situation. He finds himself trapped in vortexes at the bottom of the pond. He can see the moon above him. It is really close to the horizon. If he ever gets out of his predicament he is going to try and jump up out of the water to get a better look at it. He is certain its alive.
This is a happy green hayseed fish. He is country and laid back. He has yellow eyes because he drinks like a fish.
This is fat green monster with spiky hair with an iPhone in his hand.
The Nightmare Before Christmas is such a great movie. It is visually amazing and it has aged very gracefully. I love The Mayor with his two faces. One worried – one happy, and both neurotic. Really captures the fundamental nature of politicians.
When I was little we had a yellow house with a yellow shed out back that was filled with junk. I remember playing around it in the summer – getting in the gray powdery moon like sand and hunting for roly polys and doodle bugs. We also had a pretty semi-wild kitty cat who spent most of her time hiding under that house. She once had babies under there and it was impossible for us to handle them – so they grew up wild as yellow eyed mountain lions. I sometimes dream I am a kid again and I climb chain link fences on sunny days and see those kitties looking out at me from under that house.
I love F-15s. They are such a beautiful design. It is cool how the most capable fighters are the most beautiful. This thing is highly maneuverable, very fast and it has the radar and weapons systems to shoot down every jet in the sky and it is 40 years old. It is incredible the amazing things smart people create.
I love orcas. They are intelligent water mammals kin to dolphins. They give live birth and and nurse their young. They also hold their breath instead of having gills like a fish. This is an illustration of a mother killer whale with her calf. I focused on trying to give them human like exaggerated expressions.
I love the Easter Bunny. He is so delightfully deranged in the best way possible. I love how Western society has taken a pagan symbol for fertility and fused it with a Christian Holiday. Western culture you so crazy.
This is a fat guy with his shirt off standing in his underwear. He also has a pulse oximeter. It measures your blood oxygen level by looking at the color of your fingernail. It shows that his blood oxygen level is at 89 percent. Anything 92 or below gets you an oxygen tank to roll around. He has interstitial lung disease. It is a little understood lung ailment that causes your immune system to attack your lungs with scarring. The scarring makes your lungs less effective at putting oxygen into your blood. Eventually you suffocate as it is an untreatable disease. Life expectancy is 2 years from diagnosis.
” Uncle” Ben Franklin printed the “JOIN, or DIE.” snake in 1754 in the Pennsylvania GAZETTE in Philadelphia to encourage the colonies to unite against the advances of the French and their native allies. The design and woodcut has been attributed to Ben. No definitive proof is available at this point. In 1756 the Seven Years War was declared. The French and Indian War was the conflict in the Americas that lead up to War being declared. The logo was revised against the British later. The coils of the original art mimic the outline of the North American coast and the locations of each colony or unified government (In the case of New England which was technically four colonies). The use of CAPS was similar to us using caps in an email today. It was extremely important at the time to lay the foundation for which many of us now take for granted. – some random dude