Harrison Fisher, from Fair Americans, New York, 1911.
Book Geek Quote # 196
The “sword and dagger” fight.
Harry Furniss, from The magazine of art vol. 12, London, Paris, New York, Melbourne, 1889.
Love these old illustrations
Everyone is posting reminders to recycle, and I just want to snarl “move so you live close to work and walk there instead of driving to the gym”. I often am split between angry judgement of our vulgar and crass culture of consumption, and anger at myself for being complicit in it. That said. Just walk. Or take public transit.
Great tumbler is now my live journal.
The cover is a canvas too. #fieldnotesbrand
I realize this is unconventional, but please give it a chance. Introducing: the Central American puppy spider! Only 2 mm full grown.
I’d actually love a cat sized one as a pet.
Love spiders when they are in other countries.
"Who gives a shit?"
my thoughts on television and "theme" vs. "operational theme" -
a tv series can have a “theme” but more importantly, it needs what i call the “operational theme”: the thematic desire of the protagonist that fuels season after season.
in a procedural this is cut and dry - the protagonists are dedicated to - literally “law & order”.
in more modern…
Check out the book of familiars -
Great addition to a great rpg