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keepbeachcityweird:

I saw Dogcopter 3 in 3D tonight and all I have to say is WOOF! 
First of all, it’s a huge mistake to turn the last Dogcopter book into THREE movies.  Yes, the last book is over 900 pages, but there’s not enough story!  And the 3D was completely unnecessary.  If I wanted to see butt missiles flying at my face, I’d feed a dog some bottle rockets and put on a pair of safety goggles.
Dogcopter is supposed to be an uncompromising look at the military-industrial-pet complex, not “fun”!  Fun is the worst. 
Also, if you live in the Delmarva area - do not see it at the Beach City Cineplex.  The parking lot is a mess!  Probably from a bunch of angry Dogcopter fans rioting.  Ugh, I’m going to see this 3 more times to make sure I hate it.

Whaaaaaa?  KBCW, you’re straight trippin’, dawg…copter.  Dogcopter 3 In 3-D (GET IT RIGHT MAN) is the best of the series.  You’re crazy.  I mean, if you did NOT get goosebumps during the final fight with that whole Is Dogcopter Dead fake out (SPOILERS SORRY), man, I don’t know, you ain’t go no soul.

keepbeachcityweird:

I saw Dogcopter 3 in 3D tonight and all I have to say is WOOF! 

First of all, it’s a huge mistake to turn the last Dogcopter book into THREE movies.  Yes, the last book is over 900 pages, but there’s not enough story!  And the 3D was completely unnecessary.  If I wanted to see butt missiles flying at my face, I’d feed a dog some bottle rockets and put on a pair of safety goggles.

Dogcopter is supposed to be an uncompromising look at the military-industrial-pet complex, not “fun”!  Fun is the worst. 

Also, if you live in the Delmarva area - do not see it at the Beach City Cineplex.  The parking lot is a mess!  Probably from a bunch of angry Dogcopter fans rioting.  Ugh, I’m going to see this 3 more times to make sure I hate it.

Whaaaaaa?  KBCW, you’re straight trippin’, dawg…copter.  Dogcopter 3 In 3-D (GET IT RIGHT MAN) is the best of the series.  You’re crazy.  I mean, if you did NOT get goosebumps during the final fight with that whole Is Dogcopter Dead fake out (SPOILERS SORRY), man, I don’t know, you ain’t go no soul.

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almeow:

Steven cries openly and that’s important. 

Steven is the main character of the show, and is around the same age  as the show’s target audience (7-13) on CartoonNetwork so in many ways he represents the age group they are trying to get to. 

And he is often shown, crying, usually reacting to something that’s upset him greatly, it seems 100% natural responds for a young kid like Steven, right? 

So if its so understandable and natural, why is it important that Steven openly cries and doesn’t seems to be ashamed about show his emotions? 

It’s because that show is meant for kids from 7 to 13 and it is unbelievable rare to show an main character, a male main character, openly crying like Steven does.

Even if a male character is going to toward something horrible, it’s more often they are shown with a single heroic tear or simply never show them crying.

In a culture that often tells boys at a very young age that crying is weak and girly. It is highly important to show Steven, a character young boys are suppose to relate to, crying and reaction to things emotionally in a heathy and age appropriate way. It’s highly important to show young boys that showing emotions does not make them weak, 

It’s also important is talk about Steven’s emotions are handled by the show too. Steven is never called a crybaby or a weakling because he cries or gets upset. Everyone in Steven’s life (included the show itself) treats Steven’s feeling seriously, they are never shown as small things that don’t matter.

Steven shows kids that it’s okay to cry when you are upset, it does not make you weak. Steven still does heroic things, and he’s still a funny happy little kid, even if it means he gets emotional sometimes. 

So yeah, Steven cries a lot and it’s really important. 

This is something I never twigged to before — which shows how well integrated it is, and how true to the character and situations it is.  I absolutely love this show.  Not only is it really progressive in a lot of ways, it’s just REALLY REALLY GOOD as a show.  Rebecca Sugar is amazing.

Reblogged from calamityjon  11 notes
Currently, what is your favorite TV show (non-HBO, non-Showtime, etc.)?

calamityjon:

I honestly think the two best shows currently on television are cartoons - but then, hey, you get to set your own boundaries with cartoons, so that lends more creative liberty to the brains behind it all.

Anyway, Rick and Morty is astonishing, I thought it was just a straight-up Adult Swim comedy at first, but from the “Mazzy Star” episode on (if you know what I mean) it’s become something altogether transcendent.

And then Adventure Time, a show I wish had been around when I was an adolescent, no show I’ve ever seen has managed to capture all the confusion and seeming importance about sex, identity and relationships as that show. It’s going to be single-handedly (or multi-handedly, I suppose, there are a lot of talented people at work on that show) responsible for a generation of well-balanced kids…

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Calamity Jon (or C-Jon as no one calls him and rightfully so) speaks the truth.

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kittysneezes:

(via Help Family After Cancer by Cara Hill - GoFundMe) SO HEY The Hills are pretty close friends of mine, and this is their GoFundMe. See, the thing is that they’ve been homeless for a while — they’ve finally found a place to stay for a while (after couch surfing for quite some time, including with me, which is how we met!). And they’ve been in trouble because Steve had cancer 15 years ago (and given a like, 10% survival rate) — they were able to agreessively treat it, so he is alive and cancer-free (YAAAAY!!!!), but still has a lot of medical trouble from the fact that the treatment was so aggressive. (BOO!!! — though, hey, it made him still be alive and cancer-free so I guess that’s still a bit “yay” too.) ANYWAY: This is America, so medical treatment is insanely expensive, so that’s why they’ve been hurting in terms of homelessness and stuff too. If you can share anything with the Hills, that would be AMAZING and make me incredibly happy. Even if you can’t (times are tough all over, I know), if you can just share this, it’d be just as good. They’re really good people. I help when I can, and hopefully y’all can help out some too. If you want, here’s the official rundown from Cara:

My husband Steve was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma 15 years ago, after being given a 5 - 10% chance of survival. his treatment was so severe, it left him permanently disabled and unable to work. Turned down for disability benefits twice, he now has a lawyer who works on contengency- only in SSI disability claims in D.C., which can take up to a year. After having to sell our house, the three of us became homeless. My son Kai is a Type 1 insulin-resistant Diabetic and has been bald (but so beautiful) since right after this photo was taken, in Kindergarten. He is now 15. Our family needs enough money to pay massive medical bills, back rent, loans from friends, car repairs and to help us get by until the disability settlement comes through. My son needs to be in a stable living situation (not back in the car), so he can attend high school. Thank you for your help.

So yeah, please, help out anyway you can, if that’s donating or sharing, or simply sending good wishes. Thanks!

Just trying to signal boost this!  If you can help, that’d be lovely, or if you can just reblog this, that’d be super keen too.  Thanks!

kittysneezes:

kittysneezes:

(via Help Family After Cancer by Cara Hill - GoFundMe) SO HEY The Hills are pretty close friends of mine, and this is their GoFundMe. See, the thing is that they’ve been homeless for a while — they’ve finally found a place to stay for a while (after couch surfing for quite some time, including with me, which is how we met!). And they’ve been in trouble because Steve had cancer 15 years ago (and given a like, 10% survival rate) — they were able to agreessively treat it, so he is alive and cancer-free (YAAAAY!!!!), but still has a lot of medical trouble from the fact that the treatment was so aggressive. (BOO!!! — though, hey, it made him still be alive and cancer-free so I guess that’s still a bit “yay” too.) ANYWAY: This is America, so medical treatment is insanely expensive, so that’s why they’ve been hurting in terms of homelessness and stuff too. If you can share anything with the Hills, that would be AMAZING and make me incredibly happy. Even if you can’t (times are tough all over, I know), if you can just share this, it’d be just as good. They’re really good people. I help when I can, and hopefully y’all can help out some too. If you want, here’s the official rundown from Cara:

My husband Steve was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma 15 years ago, after being given a 5 - 10% chance of survival. his treatment was so severe, it left him permanently disabled and unable to work. Turned down for disability benefits twice, he now has a lawyer who works on contengency- only in SSI disability claims in D.C., which can take up to a year. After having to sell our house, the three of us became homeless. My son Kai is a Type 1 insulin-resistant Diabetic and has been bald (but so beautiful) since right after this photo was taken, in Kindergarten. He is now 15. Our family needs enough money to pay massive medical bills, back rent, loans from friends, car repairs and to help us get by until the disability settlement comes through. My son needs to be in a stable living situation (not back in the car), so he can attend high school. Thank you for your help.
So yeah, please, help out anyway you can, if that’s donating or sharing, or simply sending good wishes. Thanks!

Just trying to signal boost this!  If you can help, that’d be lovely, or if you can just reblog this, that’d be super keen too.  Thanks!