The Artist Formely Known as Sarkhan
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ok ok sweet one now. reblog this to gently place a slice of orange in the hands of whoever u rb from
HEY SORRY WHAT I SAID WAS WEIRD I AM FULL OF CURSES
lol so true busty….i mean breastie…i mean. fuck
made a more accurate hierarchy of (my) needs
there’s literally nothing stupid about pacific rim sorry your pea brain doesnt comprehend the transcendent beauty of soulmates killing monsters together
this is how i picture myself at work
Allosaurus Shepherd is proof enough that Wizards absolutely loathes Blue, and will never let it shine as anything more than a support color. It’ll never have an identity that can consistently prove it’s mono-colored usage again.
The Shepherd is just one example of many: cards that single handley destroys an entire slice of the color pie. No other color gets obliterated as much as Blue does, coming primarily from Green.
Worst yet, everyone on and off line recognizes this it seems like, but WotC’s polling is just a ploy to make us think they’re listening. But nah, they’d rather overprint their Pokemon colors to keep the greenbacks rolling in, cause it’s the easiest color for newbies to latch onto and play on autopilot.
if girls want to kill that’s fine but never shame a girl for not killing…some girls are shy
anyway i fucking love being bisexual like good 4 me tbh
the autistic view of the world has insight and beauty in it, and we’re taught that there’s something wrong with it.
What’s fascinating is that the parents who didn’t know it was the work of an autistic kid praised it as well.
Technically,we don’t know that it’s an autistic kid’s work, either. 5e infographic doesn’t say Cadence is autistic.
“appropriate play skills” is such a horrid phrase, goddamn
[IMAGE TRANSCRIPTION: An image divided in half. On the left side is a box reading:
“What Pathologising Autism Looks Like
Four groups were presented this image of 10 year old Cadence’s creation. Over 380 comments were received from the groups. This is a summary of those responses.”
The right side reads:
Group 1 (Mums Group of Typically Developing Children)
“Beautiful.” “Gorgeous colours.” “A piece of art.” “Love it, it reminds me of a 3D zen tangle.” “What a great display of patience.”
Group 2 (Neurotypical Led Support Group for Parents of Autistic Children)
“It’s sad they don’t know how to play.” “My kid does this too, it’s so frustrating.” “Yep, my kid is always making a mess too.”
Group 3 (Autistic Led Support group for parents of Autistic children)
“Wow, that’s a kid with determination.” “Epic.” “I just love the creativity.” “So beautiful and artistic.”
Group 4 (Professionals Led Autism Education Group)
“ABA and RDI can help with developing more appropriate play skills.” “I would use the interest in the toys to direct mutual attention and unwanted behaviour.”
get out of my head get out of my head get out of my head