Monday, September 7, 2009




I'll be posting more old shit from Tegaki E, 'cause, you know, the world needs my bastardization of popular and anique culture.

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Sunday, September 6, 2009

O HAI there

Oh man, The Office... OH MAN...
I used to watch this show religiously 3 years ago, and just last week, I caught up and rewatched all the seasons in less than a week.
Now I need more episodes. Fortunately the new season starts in two weeks :D

P.S. go Pam + Jim!! and Michael/Ryan They were recently seen getting married, along with the camera crew on Niagara (the American side of course). What a show for the lucky tourists!

Now, here's a video for all The Office fans (click on the video for the lyrics to all those glorious references)

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Saturday, April 18, 2009

Late post is late

erinrin on Tegaki E

A good cause is made better when SADIQ and HERACLES approve because Turkiye and Greece are obviously gay for each other and wants to put aside their hate and support gay rights on April 17th mmmkay.
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Saturday, March 21, 2009

Mind block

I really should be working on an essay proposal about the Cold War and American popular culture, but side-stops are always welcomed before my brain celles end up in hell.

Guess I don't need to hit my ratty, choclate stained Social Studies 11 workbook for the Begbie prep blahblahexcuseblahexcuseexcuse.

History Bites is totally my favorite TV show (that I don't watch on TV....) right now. I try to only watch the ones relating to 16C - 19C European History because they help me with my AP studies (and provide much lulz) but all the episodes are extremely amusing, it's really hard not to waste precious pre-exam time on them OTL...

One of my favorites is the complete episode from season 5 that parodied The Osbournes with the Borgia family (The Osborgias, hurr). Though I had a much more attractive image of Cesare (Yuu Higuri's Canterella, insert long dreamy sigh...) in mind than anyone or anything that remotely resembles Jack Osbourne.

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Wednesday, March 11, 2009

Historical gay sex: trufax


Sereiously, I miss drawing :(

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Saturday, February 21, 2009

I heard there was trouble, eh?

This is a crash course on the start of WWII. Well, at least they had the Canadian entry down.
I'm sure this has been posted on a thousand Internets already, but here it is again!

Also, it's kinda awesome that I get to use the "Canada" tag again.
Oh France, you precious cheese-eating surrender monkey, you.
And we can all be America's backup.

and audio file:

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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

The rest of Sunday's image dump

The pickled peppers were so good, that they warranted their own entry. But I wasn't going to subsist solely on pickled vegetables... I mean, I could. I'd have one bad case of dehydration of malnutrition though.

I took out the newest issue of Vegetarian Times from my local library about two weeks ago. First of, it shocked the hell of me that my tiny local branch had this magazine in the first place. Secondly, well, it shocked the hell of me that my tiny local branch had this magazine. Anyways, sweet I thought, and checked it out, along with some gay erotica and splatterpunk paperbacks (hey Poppy Z. Brite, how's it going). The librarian lady gave me a weird look (obviously not the first one I received).

So, Vegetarian Time is a pretty decent read for vegans. I'd estimate about 2/3rd of the recipes could be easily veganized, and all the other ones (mostly backed good) can be modified with a laborious trip to Whole Foods or experimenting with the chemistry of ground flax or something like that. Surprising though, the first recipe that truly appealed to me is an user-submitted one in the editorial section.

So, here it is. Vegan carrot cake.

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I added lemon juice to the icing for some tang.

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Didn't have any walnuts, so I used a combination of pecans and Brazilian nuts (which I think taste gross if eaten alone).

I reserved half a roasted red pepper for topping a pizza I made. I used a very popular dough recipe from made with wholewheat flour and the addition of rosemary. I topped it off with some "white sauce"... hrm... humus, haha. Then, I caramelized a large onion with some seasoned TVP grounds, and steamed some spinach. I added those, with a layer of sliced black olives.

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That's my lunch for the week!!! Together with that carrot cake, great fuel for writing this week's mid-term exams.

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A new favorite in the household

No, we are not replacing the dog.

It's pickled roasted red peppers! I'm really glad that last Sunday was fair, so I took advantage of the good weather and the (now very rare) free time to do some cooking, and take some decent pictures of course. Not that cooking is a rarity. Actually, cooking all of my meals is mandatory for survival, haha. I used to fret about dinner everyday after I come home, but now I plan my meals, cook only one or two days a week, and eat reheated leftovers for the rest. Yay!

Right then, carry on- for those of you who like your food porn with a twist of BDSM:

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Can you hear those hot babes scream? Yea? Can ya? Well, I could... or it was the smoke alarm going off.

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I swear to god this picture looks like a profile of smoked salmon. That creeped the hell outta me.

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And in we go to the cauldron.

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Along with some Fleur de sel.

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Dump in the acid to get rid of the bodies. Mmmm... bodies with garlic, rosemary, oregano, dried hot chili peppers, and demerara sugar.
Let them sit for two days (that's today!! Hooray!)
It's a delicious keeper :)

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Monday, January 26, 2009



Office of the Press Secretary

For Immediate Release January 22, 2009

Statement of President Obama on the 36th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade

On the 36th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, we are reminded that this decision not only protects women's health and reproductive freedom, but stands for a broader principle: that government should not intrude on our most private family matters. I remain committed to protecting a woman's right to choose.

While this is a sensitive and often divisive issue, no matter what our views, we are united in our determination to prevent unintended pregnancies, reduce the need for abortion, and support women and families in the choices they make. To accomplish these goals, we must work to find common ground to expand access to affordable contraception, accurate health information, and preventative services.

On this anniversary, we must also recommit ourselves more broadly to ensuring that our daughters have the same rights and opportunities as our sons: the chance to attain a world-class education; to have fulfilling careers in any industry; to be treated fairly and paid equally for their work; and to have no limits on their dreams. That is what I want for women everywhere.

THE WHITE HOUSE, January 22, 2009.

Via Feministing.

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