"The woman that was killed, was she a dwarf or a halfling?"
"She was a halfling."
"Oh. Because if she’d been a dwarf, we could have sent her kid to a dwarfanage."
Bravely Default is a really cool game, but half way through it’s starting to feel kinda repetitive.
So, someone tell me about this Pokemon thing. I’ve never played a Pokemon game before. What exactly is it all about? What kind of game? What’s the difference between X and Y? Why are there two? I haz confuzed.
I got these today. I DID IT AND I’M GLAD!
So what’s this whole pokemon thing about?
Also, my wife picked this up for me while I was working, so it’s more like SHE DID IT AND I’M GLAD!
Australian Opals from Planet Opal
No. Those are dragon eggs.
I’ve received a few asks similar to this one recently and they are starting to bother me. Yes, I love programming. But, NO. I really, really don’t want to help fix your problems. ESPECIALLY if they are related to your tumblr theme. I don’t bother making myself a custom theme because I don’t have the time. So sorry, I really can’t help with yours.
Being asked for computer help IRL is already a huge annoyance for me. I get it from my sister, friends, parents, and random people who assume since I program that am I obliged or willing to help them. I understand people don’t mean this in a rude way most of the time, but people really need to learn to not do this, Just as you shouldn’t ask an artist for a free painting or photographs of you, you can’t ask a programmer to help solve your problems for free. Most of the time I would love to help, but it should never be expected. Issues like this are not a simple two minute fix for me, especially because I don’t make tumblr themes! I have an extremely busy schedule as is with work, school, clubs, etc. and I really can’t spend the time to fix problems like this.
I am overjoyed to help with any problems if they are related to a coding project or a piece of code you are trying to write (if you follow me i’m even more willing to help). I can’t always help due to time commitments, but I love hearing about your guys’ cool shit anyway.
I really hope I didn’t make anyone feel bad, but please don’t send me anymore asks similar to this.
This is something a lot of people in the programming/IT world face. The fact is that programming (or IT, etc) is the livelihood of the person being asked for favors.
No one talks to their friend who is a car salesman and asks for a free car. People shouldn’t expect that people in the “IT world” would either be willing or able to provide free products or services just because they know about computers. Some of the most valuable/expensive products on the market are not “tangible” goods.
Next time you want someone to make you a free website….remember that a true custom made website costs anywhere from a few hundred to tens of thousands of dollars.
LOL! I love Stewart…
I may be forming an addiction to LoL. This…can’t be happening to me. I swore this would never happen to me.
This 4,400 square-foot desk creates hiding holes for an escape within the office.
One creative agency decided to reinvent the idea of a “desk” entirely. Instead of installing a metal slide or set of pinball machines, the New York-based Barbarian Group built one giant “superdesk” out of plywood and a single pour of resin. The whole thing stands at 4,400 square feet, and undulates throughout the space, creating regular desk-like slabs, but also oddly-shaped nooks and crannies.
“We really wanted everyone sitting under a desk, but we also wanted to create spaces where people could escape to.”
How can I see this and not reblog it?