What’d you do at your last job? Oh, just hucked penguins back into the water.


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Lookin’ Fly

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Coffee is your crutch.


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What kind of sprinkler are you?

"Which kind of sprinkler do you like?" from 'Summer of 4 ft. 2' Season 7, Episode 25.

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Chopped vegetable

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Turtle pool.

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@theseantcollins talks ongoing destruction Mignolaverse and what makes it stand out.


J.R.R. Tolkien, the demiurge of fantastic fiction as we know it, coined a characteristically lovely and melancholy term for stories like this, in which good-hearted characters endure in a fight for a victory over evil they know they will never enjoy, even if they live to achieve it. “Together through the ages of the world,” says the elf-queen Galadriel in The Lord of the Rings, “we have fought the long defeat.”

Stumbled upon this through a shared link in my Facebook timelines.  Sean Collins wrote a wonderful succinct and accurate description on the quality and amount of cataclysmic destruction that’s been going on in the Hellboy universe these past few years or so.  We’re taking grand-scale, irreversible, deliberately hopeless stuff.  I struggle sometimes to put into words, to bottle concepts and ideas into a form I can communicate to others, this is a great place to start.  By all means, check out the good man’s read.

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