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My name is Mario McKellop. I'm a writer.
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  • Dick Dawk: The Saga Continues

    illogicalvolume:

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    Richard Dawkins saying something stupid/politically horrific/massively insensitive then doubling down on it by saying "but I was only doing science using my logical brane!" is hardly news at this point, but given how many dudebros are lining up in the comments to complain that Sian Norris just hasn’t understood that he was discussing syllogism - when in fact she mentions it in her opening and closing paragraphs, and spends the time in between explaining why his little thought experiment was still totally fuckwitted - perhaps not everyone’s got that memo.

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  • tasteofhiddles:

    youarelookingatthis:

    toastdurr:

    wallabyvvay:

    dancelilithdance:

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    ironicbaking:

    toastdurr:

    "ummmmm ur bra strap is showing :/ "

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    i thought this was me at first and i was really confused

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    omg hi

    WE’RE MULTIPLYING

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    uhhhhhhh

    thIS WAS A POST ABOUT BRA STRAPS 

    is this what Orphan Black is like

    IM SCARED

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    WHY ARE THERE SO MANY OF US

    (Source: toastoat, via r3ichel)

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  • petetoms:

    First couple pages of a short comic that I’m currently drawing that’s a sort of thematic sequel to On Hiatus. Or at least it’s the The Order to On Hiatus’ Knight’s Tale.

    (via bigredrobot)

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  • twiststreet:

    comicsalliance:

    DARK HORSE PUSHES 12 CREATOR-OWNED SERIES FOR SDCC, INCLUDING ‘FIGHT CLUB 2′, ‘LADY KILLER’, AND ‘HELLBOY AND THE B.P.R.D.’

    By Andrew Wheeler

    Over the last twelve days, Dark Horse has thrown a spotlight on twelve new creator-owned titles that they plan to promote at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con. The series include the Fight Club sequel from Chuck Palahniuk and Cameron Stewart

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    How much of the Fight Club sequel is Cameron Stewart going to own?  

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  • iamdavidbrothers:

    (via American Barbarian - Satan’s Soldier Page 1)

    I was overseeing a signing today, our first of the show. Four tables, seventeen folks, and almost thirty stanchions. One guy comes up, starts talking to a creator, and pulls a comic out his bag. It’s Transformers/GI Joe #1, which I figured was coming out soon since mid-June but had no idea how soon because I don’t believe in Google. I asked if he bought it here at SDCC, and he was like nah, I didn’t buy it, I made it because he was Tom Scioli. Well dang, your art is dope, are you selling anything here? Nope, but I’ll be at IDW’s booth, and I’ve got some minicomics.

    So I bought a set of Satan’s Soldier off him.

    You can read it through the link, but only if you dig good comics.

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  • "Life is tragic simply because the earth turns and the sun inexorably rises and sets, and one day, for each of us, the sun will go down for the last, last time. Perhaps the whole root of our trouble, the human trouble, is that we will sacrifice all the beauty of our lives, will imprison ourselves in totems, taboos, crosses, blood sacrifices, steeples, mosques, races, armies, flags, nations, in order to deny the fact of death, which is the only fact we have. It seems to me that one ought to rejoice in the fact of death—ought to decide, indeed, to earn one’s death by confronting with passion the conundrum of life. One is responsible to life: It is the small beacon in that terrifying darkness from which we come and to which we shall return. One must negotiate this passage as nobly as possible, for the sake of those who are coming after us."
    James Baldwin, The Fire Next Time (via et—cetera)
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  • leseanthomas:

    The Boondocks creator Aaron McGruder returns with an all-new TV series to premiere on Adult Swim August 7th, Black Jesus.

    All hell is sure to break loose.

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  • petetoms:

    This is how I would wrap up the TWO WEEKS NOTICE trilogy: 

    2 WEEKS 2 NOTICE: Sandra Bullock is in a zany but horrifying accident and has to have experimental surgery that leaves her essentially just a head. As she recovers,  she slowly realizes Hugh Grant has tricked her into working for him again. Can she escape his employ for a second time? Without the use of her body? Meanwhile, the snakes that live inside of Hugh Grant and operate him like a human skin puppet aren’t getting along. Can they put their differences aside long enough to save their business? Directed by Jennifer Lynch (Boxing Helena).

    2WN: TOKYO DRIFT: Hugh Grant is kidnapped by a rival corporation while doing business in Japan. Sandra Bullock gets a second experimental surgery to become a car in order to rescue him. Can she do it before the kidnapper’s two week deadline is up? Bullock shines in a performance where she mostly communicates to the audience in honks and flashing headlights.

    Spinoff:

    TWO WEEKS NOTICE ORIGINS: (ROBERT KLEIN’S CHARACTER’S NAME): In an experimental mix of documentary and narrative film, Robert Klein is horrified to discover those 200 HBO specials he’s done were actually televised.

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