Perfect rainy day dining: combination beef phô from Phô King in Wahiawa.
Forever laughing at that restaurant’s name. I mean, they gotta say it when they pick up the phone!Source: hawaii
"I want to do something practical that will really clean up the streets," said State Rep. Tom Brower.
What the actual fuck.
Just waiting for the day he whacks a cart or box that someone’s inside. Not that he’d see the difference: to him they’re all trash.
STATE REP. TOM BROWER, YOU’RE NOT HELPING. But I can’t vote you out of office because you don’t represent my district. (FYI, ThinkProgress and the rest of the world: “Hawaiians” only refers to Native Hawaiians. For a more general term, use “Hawaii residents,” “Hawaii people,” or “local people.” I really wish the Associated Press would put that distinction in the Stylebook.)Source: queertheoryissexy
Every artist who sees this post should do the following:
- Watch the video.
- Follow the instructions
I can’t stress you enough about how important these exercises are for your drawing hand. You don’t wanna get CTS of Tendonitis and similar stuff that will prevent you from making art or even hold a pencil.
Okay, this guy is my HERO. I just did these exercises as I watched the video, and already my arms and hands feel better. I have a degenerative tendon disease that prevents my muscles, tendons and ligaments from retaining their elasticity, and so anything that maintains the health of my bendy parts is important.
I URGE YOU. Even if you don’t draw, do these several times a day. Even just sitting at a computer can do serious damage. My dad, who was a rugby player, a carpenter, and now a handyman, suffered from severe carpal tunnel syndrome, simply as a result of sitting at the computer at the end of the day to play a little solitaire. Don’t let it happen to you!
((Guys, I will reblog this like, 5 times a day just so you all will see this. This is REALLY helpful, and it’s quick and easy.))
Wow, these are REALLY helpful. And yes, this is not just good but IMPORTANT for more than artists — if you type a lot, play a lot of video games, do anything that requires lots of repetitive movements of your hands, wrists, and arms (gardening, sewing, factory work), these can help. Even if you don’t yet get pain these are a great preventative measure, because the damage builds up over time. Youth is no protection.
And like he says, you should feel a stretch, but don’t push it too far!
Signal boosting. Guys, I just did this and holy cow do I feel incredibly light and limber in my arms. Again, even if you don’t have any sort of disease, do this as a preventative measure.
DEAR LORD THIS FELT WONDERFUL THANK YOU SO MUCH TO omfg-am-i-hallucinating-again FOR SENDING THIS TO ME
wow yes these are good. My right hand is pleased.
For those on my blog who can’t read Japanese, apparently this from is a series airing on Fuji TV about a ronin who’s living a depressing life until he’s ordered to kill a bakeneko. But instead they become friends?
It’s called Nekozamurai and I am so going to try to find it online.
If this isn’t the epitome of Cute Boys With Cats, I don’t know what is.
(via cleolinda)Source: dogatch.jp