Happy birthday, G1 cartoon!


"1984: The Transformers launches in the US, in toy, comic and cartoon formats, forever ruining Transformers.”


applefatdotgov asked: I work minimum wage and I'd just like people to know that minimum wage is a shit job that only the lowest common denominator or teenagers work. If you're still stuck in it, maybe you should look into getting appliable skills. if you can't, GET READY TO PUSH BOXES AROUND AND FLIP BURGERS THE REST OF YOUR LIFE.


pulled-himself-up-by-his-own-bootstraps georg was an outlier and should not have been counted; everyone else needs a living wage regardless of skill level



i dont think goosebumps books ever came into print i think they just mystically appeared in public school libraries one day already in mediocre condition

this sounds like a plot for a goosebumps book about goosebumps books

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gravity falls seems like one of those shows that kids who are like 8 years old right now will rewatch ten years down the road and go “what the fuck? this was fucked up. did this fuck me up? this probably fucked me up”

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mugen’s community is still the strangest thing, specifically it amazes me how uptight, argumentative and joyless people are about an engine that makes it possible for shaquille o’neal to throw snickers bars at beavis. like chill

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Anonymous asked: cat meowing at I Wanna Be The Guy





this is fucked up


Here this might be more appropriate

bless you


PC Gamer is shit.

They’re obviously being paid money by Piranha Games to talk good about MWO and Transverse and it fucking shows. Their Metacritic review is completely positive, ignoring the fact that the game has tons of problems. 

I’m more astounded to know that PC Gamer is still around, I thought websites like IGN and Gamespot killed off the gaming magazine market years ago.

so is Count Chocula chocolate Boo Berry or is Boo Berry strawberry Count Chocula


zine | not at the mall | phase 8 | colour in edmo | molson brewery

  • built in 1913 by local hotelier, politician and businessman william henry sheppard. he was a former mayor of strathcona (before it became part of edmonton).
  • after he had purchased land in groat estates to expand his brewery company.
  • chicago architect bernard barthel designed the building.
  • it cost $250,000 to construct.
  • in 1927, the brewery was sold to fritz sick of lethbridge. he’s the guy who first brewed old style pilsner or pil. it was back in 1926.
  • in 1958, it was and acquired by molson.
  • august 2007, molson closed the brewery in due to an ongoing worker’s strike, the shift in consumer preferences from bottled to canned beer and the company’s loss of a contract to brew the foster’s group brand.
  • 136 people were laid off.

When I was going to colleg you could see the clock on the top of this building from the west side of the campus. It was in the first stages of demolition when I graduated. Pretty sure it’s being converted to commercial space like a lot of the sites in the vicinity.