concepthuman

inconsolable-grief:

the LSU tiger cage has the names of all the tigers it has ever held or will hold in it designed into its outside wall. the names go from right to left, Mike I, Mike II, Mike III, all the way past Mike XX. Under each name is the dates of the tigers life, 1958- 1978. Under Mike VI, the death date is blank.  he is still alive. he is the current mascot. but thank blank spot is still there, waiting for him to die. it is his destiny. to the left is Mike VII, two blanks underneath, waiting for Mike VII to be born and then die. this goes on. the tigers live for twenty years each, approximately. thus some designer has prepared space for the birth and death of tigers for hundreds of years to come. two hundred years of tiger life has already been visually represented, simply waiting for life to fill it in. you can also buy plushies of the tigers next door in the fan shop, but i dont think they differentiate by Mike number

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cake-natter:

Recent cool-down: not even an army of Doombots can withstand the awesome brutality of Jennifer Walters’ cross-examination.
It’s only three issues in, but thus far the new She-Hulk is a wonderful bundle of some of my favorite things wrapped up in one title. It’s a delightful blend of Quirky Lawyer Dramedy + Superheroine Action-Adventure + Ladies Who are Awesome and Endearing and Can’t Quite Get Their Shit Together, all with wonderful art inside the book and out — both of which perfectly suit the tone of the story. It’s definitely on my short-list of titles that make Wednesdays so appealing these days.

cake-natter:

Recent cool-down: not even an army of Doombots can withstand the awesome brutality of Jennifer Walters’ cross-examination.

It’s only three issues in, but thus far the new She-Hulk is a wonderful bundle of some of my favorite things wrapped up in one title. It’s a delightful blend of Quirky Lawyer Dramedy + Superheroine Action-Adventure + Ladies Who are Awesome and Endearing and Can’t Quite Get Their Shit Together, all with wonderful art inside the book and out — both of which perfectly suit the tone of the story. It’s definitely on my short-list of titles that make Wednesdays so appealing these days.

unhaunting

unhaunting:

it’s all really funny to me because transhumanism is clearly and demonstrably a religious phenomenon but transhumanist nerds are, presumably, Internet Athiests and you gotta wonder. do they know? is it a running joke at the expense of the one guy who actually believes it? or did they inadvertently stumble into a religious mode of thought and are prevented from realizing it by their utter ignorance of history, the sociology of religion, theology and other [ferengi sneer] hoomanities

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tmills:

Hey Tumblr! Maybe you should try implementing some of the features that “browser hacks” provide for their users instead of just sticking your fingers in your ears like so much defiant child.

Oh and THIS TOO. Shouldn’t Karp just parlay his Uniqlo ad money into hiring someone to take care of this? I should get something out of having to see his creepy-ass face daily on the way to work for a while.

tmills:

Hey Tumblr! Maybe you should try implementing some of the features that “browser hacks” provide for their users instead of just sticking your fingers in your ears like so much defiant child.

Oh and THIS TOO. Shouldn’t Karp just parlay his Uniqlo ad money into hiring someone to take care of this? I should get something out of having to see his creepy-ass face daily on the way to work for a while.