I meant to post that last post to drunken fanart
For this week’s drunken stuff I did those Pokemon Fusions that are so dang popular.
They’re probably better with color since that’s part of the fusion thing but I also never draw in color here.
My favorite one is Cloyslash.
To address a minor aspect of your liveblog: we have an Erin and Aaron at work and we just use last names. Which is cool because they each have awesome last names and sound like a noir crimefighting duohaha there is an erin and an aron that i don’t like and when i talk about them to my friend i’m like “EErin” vs “A-RON” or we do last names
it looks like i’m gonna have to liveblog the season finale of criminds
trying to figure out how to appropriately say “i value our friendship and i try to support you emotionally as much as possible but when you randomly text me to vent that you’re pissed it gives me a lot of stress and i can’t deal anymore”
my dashboard is 90% depressive posts but it should be 100% baby squid posts let get this squid party moving along
everyone needs more baby squids on their dash!
here’s more baby squids!! and some baby octopuses because they’re cute too!
A baby cephalopod post isn’t complete without some cuttlefish.
I bet you did.
Did you estimate what mpg your car is getting? Did you figure out how many hamburgers you could get for six bucks? Did you think about how long it would take you to get somewhere given the speed and distance? Did you plan a meal so all the components would be done at the same time? Did you encounter anything on sale? Did you figure out how many groceries you could get for how much money you had?
There are about a million other daily, unconscious tasks that use algebra or at least algebraic thinking. Just because you weren’t writing out an equation or employing variables doesn’t mean you weren’t using the skills that algebra and other math courses taught you.
Science and math aren’t important because you’re going to need to know the exact steps of photosynthesis or the quadratic formula. They’re important because they teach you scientific and mathematical literacy and rational thinking, and that is sorely needed in a world where charlatans and cheats or people with a political or religious agenda can get away with all manner of pseudoscience and bullshit because people don’t have enough scientific literacy or critical thinking skills to accurately weigh the arguments or even discern where they fail logically.
So study math and science, and art, and literature, and history, and politics, not because you’re going to need it or it’s going to do something specific for you, but because an uninformed populace is bad for the world.