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punk-pegasus:

Last night was the last night for one of my favorite music venues, The Blue Nile. In Harrisonburg, we have a very involved music scene despite the size of our city, and for over six years The Blue Nile has been an integral part of that scene. Many of my favorite shows has taken place in the small intimate basement of this restaurant; I’ve seen Strike Anywhere, The Menzingers, Title Fight, Young And In The Way, Valkyrie, Darkest Hour, and many others at this place. I always felt welcome, and I always came away knowing that the venue put on a great show.

The show last night was an experience to behold, emotions ran high as together, Harrisonburg, celebrated the brilliant music history that The Blue Nile had to offer. We will never forget this place, and thanks for all the memories!

Last night was the last night for one of my favorite music venues, The Blue Nile. In Harrisonburg, we have a very involved music scene despite the size of our city, and for over six years The Blue Nile has been an integral part of that scene. Many of my favorite shows has taken place in the small intimate basement of this restaurant; I’ve seen Strike Anywhere, The Menzingers, Title Fight, Young And In The Way, Valkyrie, Darkest Hour, and many others at this place. I always felt welcome, and I always came away knowing that the venue put on a great show.

The show last night was an experience to behold, emotions ran high as together, Harrisonburg, celebrated the brilliant music history that The Blue Nile had to offer. We will never forget this place, and thanks for all the memories!

Oh yeah. He likes it.

Happy Edge Day. 10.17.14

If you post Borderlands Pre-Sequel spoilers I cut you.

saiyanhajime:

passion4killerwhales:

I love this.

Bull. Shit.
Whatever your stance on SeaWorld and cetaceans in captivity in general, to deny that zoos and aquaria don’t educate the masses who’d otherwise not give a flying shit about these creatures is idiocy. 
Remember Steve Irwin? 

Dude spent most of his TV time arguably tormenting animals.
Regardless of your stance on that, he was entertaining, and that entertainment brings viewers, who gain knowledge and bring with them funds that pour into research and conservation.
Yeah, SeaWorld is a business, but the work it does for the natural world both directly from pouring money and manpower to protect it, and indirectly by enthusing people about the world’s oceans, is immense. Kids who go to SeaWorld and see Shamu jumping might go away with an appreciation for those animals they never otherwise would have.
Is that an excuse for abuse? Or for the horrible things SeaWorld has done in the past? No, it’s not, of course it’s not, but we’ve gotta stop this couch activism and ignorance.
What really winds me up is that at Miami Sequarium, there is a single orca that lives by herself in a tank only 60x80x20ft. Her friend killed himself by repeatedly ramming into the wall of the tank. SeaWorld Orlando are currently building a new tank for their whales that is 50ft deep and more than 350ft in length.
Yeah, these animals are big, but that’s way more space than most captive animals in zoos get comparative of body size. No one is up in arms about shitty zoos all around the world getting away with keeping all kinds of animals in terrible conditions - but a documentary comes out about orcas and everyone’s at their keyboards saying how angry they are!
Think. For. Yourself.
Watch this.

saiyanhajime:

passion4killerwhales:

I love this.

Bull. Shit.

Whatever your stance on SeaWorld and cetaceans in captivity in general, to deny that zoos and aquaria don’t educate the masses who’d otherwise not give a flying shit about these creatures is idiocy. 

Remember Steve Irwin? 

Dude spent most of his TV time arguably tormenting animals.

Regardless of your stance on that, he was entertaining, and that entertainment brings viewers, who gain knowledge and bring with them funds that pour into research and conservation.

Yeah, SeaWorld is a business, but the work it does for the natural world both directly from pouring money and manpower to protect it, and indirectly by enthusing people about the world’s oceans, is immense. Kids who go to SeaWorld and see Shamu jumping might go away with an appreciation for those animals they never otherwise would have.

Is that an excuse for abuse? Or for the horrible things SeaWorld has done in the past? No, it’s not, of course it’s not, but we’ve gotta stop this couch activism and ignorance.

What really winds me up is that at Miami Sequarium, there is a single orca that lives by herself in a tank only 60x80x20ft. Her friend killed himself by repeatedly ramming into the wall of the tank. SeaWorld Orlando are currently building a new tank for their whales that is 50ft deep and more than 350ft in length.

Yeah, these animals are big, but that’s way more space than most captive animals in zoos get comparative of body size. No one is up in arms about shitty zoos all around the world getting away with keeping all kinds of animals in terrible conditions - but a documentary comes out about orcas and everyone’s at their keyboards saying how angry they are!

Think. For. Yourself.

Watch this.

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Return to drawing with a stream tonight? Might be good for my psyche. I’m backed up on so much stuff I owe people. x3x

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