Guys, this is season ONE of the Simpsons.
The media is the 4th branch of the government. it is time to take the media and journalist to task for their wording.
|—||Actual quote from Ferguson “law enforcement” officer and 35-year police veteran, Dan Page. But hey, let’s keep focusing on all those unreasonable “looters and rioters” (via staininyourbrain)|
Hanuman and Hanuman Tugangga [കുഞ്ചൻ നമ്പ്യാർ]; one of Hanuman’s beastly sons by the Fish Princess (मासे राजकुमारी). 19th century manuscript depicting traditional Javanese Wayang Kulit (shadow puppet) designs.
flies to 3 different countries in 3 mins
I just released a demo for Elysis, my top-down action-RPG!
Check it out by clicking here
- 2.7 dungeons with puzzles and treasures.
- 2 Boss fights.
- 20+ Weapons / Usable items
- 30+ Addons
- 20+ Monsters
- Customizable controls
woo! i just finished a game grumps animated - for today’s episode! as soon as i saw today’s super mario 3d world ep i knew i had to do this, so i threw away all other obligations and worked for like 9 straight hours to make this! i hope you enjoy it :D
THE ARKHAM SESSIONS: HOW PSYCHOLOGICALLY SIMILAR ARE BATMAN AND ROBIN?
The Arkham Sessions, hosted by clinical psychologist Dr. Andrea Letamendi and Brian Ward, is a weekly podcast dedicated to the psychological analysis of Batman: The Animated Series. Nostalgic, humorous, and even a little educational, each episode promises to lend some insight into the heroes, villains, and classic stories of the Dark Knight.
As a special exclusive for ComicsAlliance visitors, new episodes of The Arkham Sessions will stream on CA several days in advance of their syndication to iTunes.
This week, we discuss the highly acclaimed, Emmy-winning episode of Batman: The Animated Series, “Robin’s Reckoning.” We cover Part 1, in which we’re shown Robin’s origin story. We discover who killed Robin’s family and how he joined forces with Batman.
How did Robin cope with the death of his parents?
Like Batman, Robin lost his parents suddenly and tragically. Like Batman, Robin also witnessed the death of his parents, which is considered a psychological trauma. We discuss how well Robin is coping shortly following the event and whether he shows signs of post-traumatic stress symptoms. We also discuss the common responses to childhood trauma, and what “protective” and “risk” factors can lead to different psychological outcomes.
How similar are Batman and Robin?
Robin’s story is a reminder that not all of us respond to trauma in the same way. In fact, important research in the area of developmental psychopathology has demonstrated multiple, diverse “pathways” following stressful events in childhood. Even though Bruce and Robin share a very similar story, they have different outcomes. “Robin’s Reckoning” asks us to contemplate whether Robin will grow up to be like Bruce. If not, does this mean we can gain a deeper understanding of how to prevent childhood trauma from having long-lasting effects in adulthood?
Listen to Part 1 for all of these topics and more, and come back next week for the exciting conclusion.
|—||John Waters (via juliavickerman)|
cant be at this Subway station without taking a photo..
Your Day Will Come- Streetlight Manifesto
"A young lady leaves her mother, with no one to love her; to protect her from the world. And I have seen the monsters that will haunt her, that will tear her all apart. And at her gravestone we will remember just where we were when you knew she would go. And I still remember the day that we left her, that’s when she said she knows how it goes. And we sang: "your day will come, your day will come, your day will come." And no matter what they say, it won’t matter if you pray or if you sin. Cause in the end it’s all the same…"