Sure why not?

Paul Walker makes comics and stuff and wants you to see it!



I shouldn’t have laughed.

the ultimate ice bucket challenge, and I laughed real hard.

Titanic: “So… I noticed none of you donated afterwards…”

Troll in the dungeon!


"Warrior’s Dance"

Hope y’all like. I’m conflicted over who’s my favorite character from the series so far. Then again, it’s only one episode in so far :p. Enjoy! 

Rebloging an old piece.


Emma Rand, accompanied by Tyson Torstensen on the Hammond organ and vocal performances by Carter Lodwick, Isabella Rotman, Clare Smyth, Paul Walker, and Brad Rohloff in a muscle suit, secretly enlisted a dozen audience volunteers to run to center stage, smash sacks of fake blood on their bodies, die dramatically and fall into a writhing mass of limbs at random points in the performance of Emma’s science fiction romance comic, Swept Into Love at Brain Frame 18 on May 24th, 2014.

Video thanks to Jack Wensel [editing, camera], Cooper Collier [camera], and Cody Wallace [camera].




As soon as I learned Nicki Minaj voiced Sugilite, I had to

fdvysfd swagginmun

plus bonus:

I stoped the video to reblog it and


I couldn’t just simple scroll pass this and NOT fuckin’ reblog it. This is fuckin’ perfection right here.

I want some JR commentary for how good this video is.


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Sketches from “Real” by years and years




Bob Ross soothes and calms and makes me happy like nothing else I’ve ever known.

Fun fact: Bob Ross was a Marine drill sergeant for several years, but quit because he didn’t like yelling at people.

My life coach

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"Tequila por mi amante"
One mason jar full of strawberries
Golden tequila (somewhere within the call range)

This is really simple folks. Wash your strawberries and degreen them before putting them in a clean jar. Make sure it’s filled to the top with strawberries. Pour as much golden tequila into the jar without it overflowing. Seal and agitate the jar before putting somewhere with no light. Store it for 3 weeks, agitating it once a day.
After two weeks in, I suggest taste testing once a day. Not just to see if it’s at a favorable point for your taste buds, but also to get a feel for how quickly the taste changes based on time. This should be helpful if you decide to persue larger batches in the future, which I recommend. It’s a sweet drink you can drink on its own and is a great incentive for a get together with friends

"Swiss Ess"

2 oz brandy

3/4 oz lime juice

1/2 oz simple syrup

1/4 oz maraschino liqueur

dash of absinthe

egg white

soda water

Put everything except the soda water into a shaker without ice. Shake and then shake again with ice. Strain into a fizz glass and top with soda water.

I didn’t have a fizz glass so I used an old-fashioned glass

Follow the recipe to the T on most parts except the absinthe. This part made or broke the drink for me. I’m not the biggest fan of licorice flavors but I understand and respect their necessity in drinks. That said, unless you’re using a dropper with this, you’ll need to decide how much a dash of absinthe means to your. Because I’m not the fan of it, I put only a sliver in for completion. If you’re on the other side of this argument, then put the whole bloody dash in.

This drink is only found in Tim Daly’s Bartender’s Encyclopedia, from 1903. I found a copy online, someone had photographed each page on posted it on flickr. At the time of it’s production, Tim Daly’s book failed to sell. I don’t know if it’s being reproduced now but it’s got a few originals that I’d love to try.

This was originally set to be a morning drink. These were popular in the 19th century as it was seen as a healthy way to start the day. Honestly anything thats alcoholic and is told to be healthy makes me surprised it was ever questioned. A key ingredient in many morning drinks was egg white. Egg white is a great way to fluff and fizz a drink. I’d recommend trying it, but just be careful as it is raw egg.

I had my first Swiss Ess at Barrel House Flats up in Chicago. I know it’s weird but my first thought to describe it was “soccer.” Maybe because it tasted clean with a small kick and had an elegant fragrance that reminded me of Europe. Idk but I stand by that assessment…

"The Vavilov Affair"

1 sugar cube

2 dashes of angostura bitters

3/4 oz applejack

3/4 oz bourbon whiskey

2 slices of apple

Put the sugar cube at the bottom of an iceless glass. Drop the angostura onto the cube, followed by a few drops of water. Now muddle the sugar into the bottom of the glass. Fill it with ice and pour in the applejack and bourbon. Stir well and press an apple slice with a citrus presser. Use an apple slice as a garnish.

Use a bourbon you can blend well. I had to make a call between Jack Daniels and Elijah Craig’s straight bourbon. While ol’ Jackie is quite a bit smoother, I decided to use the Elijah Craig since I wanted to stay true to the recipe. Nope. Too sharp. It really kicked out of the applejack until the ice was able to put it back in control. Anyways, when you have to sway from the recipe, go with your gut.

This drink is dedicated to Nikolai Vavilov, a Russian scientist who fought tooth and nail to establish one of Russia’s first seed banks, preserving some of the Apple’s wilder species. Unfortunately, he lived in the soviet union and didn’t share some of Stalin’s opinions on Science. So, in 1940, he was tossed into prison where he lived for the rest of his life. Sad tale, pretty nice drink.