I found my EverfreeNW 2014 set recorded from start to finish.  Glad someone got the whole thing.

thatsonofamitch:

raikissu:

when did I start watching so much anime

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heh heh heh….

guess you just just need to get a good feel for these things

All I want is a good meal, why should I have to deal with sorting out the fakers from the real?

Tags: inside joke

Welp, this offers some good advice.

I’m sick of reading reviews of businesses.

Seriously.  There’s always a 5-star review “Truly changed my life, now I never go to any other business in town!” followed by the 1-star review “Worst place in the history of places!  The staff literally kicked me in the dick and spat on me.”

How the fuck do you make a decision based on that?

guitarbains:

yes adventure time. explain colonialism and racial imperialism to children and high niggas.

It’s kind of cool because the lesson is easy to understand to a kid.  But many will grow up, look back on this, and realize the context of the message.

(Source: sandandglass, via thatsonofamitch)

silvahound:

I’ll keep it blunt.

I can’t speak for everyone, but anyone who thinks charging for music is a bad thing has no idea what being a musician is like and need to reevaluate their mentalities. No one owes you the musical entertainment that we provide for you. Plus, some of us actually need the…

They are children who have yet to learn what work means. That is all I have to say.

djstwitterconvos:

July 24, 2014

Wow, time to follow a new blog.

(via artattackmusic)

scipak:

Why the Same Electric Organs Showed Up In Unrelated Fish
The electric organs fish use to navigate and communicate — mystifying to scientists in that they have shown up repeatedly in unrelated fish species — evolved in their hosts because certain developmental pathways were modified in each one, a new study reports. Jason Gallant and colleagues assembled the genome of the electric eel. The work of Gallant and colleagues suggests that a common genetic regulatory network was repeatedly targeted by natural selection, shaping the development of electric organs in creatures that needed them to survive. It helps explain the genetic mechanisms leading to convergent evolution.
Read more about this research from the 27 June issue of Science here.
[Image © 2014 Jason Gallant. Please click here for more information.]
© 2014 American Association for the Advancement of Science. All Rights Reserved.

Some eel-ducation for you.

scipak:

Why the Same Electric Organs Showed Up In Unrelated Fish

The electric organs fish use to navigate and communicate — mystifying to scientists in that they have shown up repeatedly in unrelated fish species — evolved in their hosts because certain developmental pathways were modified in each one, a new study reports. Jason Gallant and colleagues assembled the genome of the electric eel. The work of Gallant and colleagues suggests that a common genetic regulatory network was repeatedly targeted by natural selection, shaping the development of electric organs in creatures that needed them to survive. It helps explain the genetic mechanisms leading to convergent evolution.

Read more about this research from the 27 June issue of Science here.

[Image © 2014 Jason Gallant. Please click here for more information.]

© 2014 American Association for the Advancement of Science. All Rights Reserved.

Some eel-ducation for you.

Anonymous said: What's the first thing you are going to teach your kids?

hidekins: