As this whole fiasco with Nickelodeon unfolds I’m really starting to wonder if one of the reasons for Legend of Korra’s poor ratings is because the show is a little too adult for the network it’s on. LoK might not be getting as many views as Nick’s other shows because it simply doesn’t appeal to the same demographic. It seems to me that the majority of the audience are not the children that Nick draws in with their other shows. Legend of Korra probably would have excelled on a network that wasn’t so geared towards younger kids. LoK is by far the most mature show on Nick and that really could be a turn off for some youngins.

Of course this is only a small reason for the bad ratings. We cannot glance over the fact that the low views is also the fault of Nickelodeon themselves for their poor treatment of the show, what with the leaked episodes, little to no advertisement, random time slot changes and so on.

But who knows, this could be a blessing in disguise. By doing this it allows the show to reach the demographic that is actually watching it better. Having the episodes online will probably allow the show to reach a larger audience who can always go back and watch whenever they want instead of not noticing there was a time slot change and miss episodes entirely. It allows those that do not have cable to watch the episodes on a legal site that help show the creators that their work is loved. It could also show Nick how well LoK could have done if it was given just a little more attention.

It’s still a shitty thing for Nick to do and I feel sorry for Bryan and Michael for having a work of theirs treated this way. It sucks, but it really could work out for the better.

I found this when I was riffling through my parents dresser drawers looking for an extra key to my mom’s car (I was doofus a accidentally locked my keys in her car). I don’t know if this was supposed to be a present for me that was never given or if I got it as an ironic gift for my dad. Either way it’s mine now.

I found this when I was riffling through my parents dresser drawers looking for an extra key to my mom’s car (I was doofus a accidentally locked my keys in her car). I don’t know if this was supposed to be a present for me that was never given or if I got it as an ironic gift for my dad. Either way it’s mine now.

The art of punning is a dangerous study

(via of-fire-and-fate)

Disney Villains Week                                                                                       Day 4: Most Evil/Disgusting Villain —-> Frollo 

Some people may not agree with me, but I will fight to my dying breath that Frollo is the most evil villain that Disney has ever produced. I find him frightening because he is realistic. He is a misogynistic, racist, and abuses his power in the state and church. He blames Esmeralda for his own feelings of lust and takes the mentality of “if I can’t have her then no one can” to a new extreme. He was ready and willing to kill his own countrymen to get what he wanted. Within the first few minutes of the film he had killed Quasimodo’s mother, tried to drown Quasimodo, and condemned a whole race to death. He doesn’t need any kind of magical powers to get this title.

There have been people like him and there will always be people like him, that’s what’s so scary.

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papabay:

Stick em >8[Outfit was inspired by River Tam and this outfit <3 and Mimi from digimon ; v ;

papabay:

Stick em >8[
Outfit was inspired by River Tam and this outfit <3 and Mimi from digimon ; v ;

valvala:

jaredmorgan:

I drew this Buff Wizard. 

this wizard is me

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archiemcphee:

These beautiful moths and butterflies look like they’re ready to flutter up and away, but they won’t be doing so because they’re wonderful textile sculptures painstakingly created by North Carolina-based artist Yumi Okita. She sews, embroiders and stitches all sorts of multi-colored fabrics to create these oversized insects, which measure nearly a foot wide. She also adds painted details along with feathers and artificial fur. With great care Okita has achieved an awesome balance between astonishing realism and fanciful invention.

Click here to view more of Yumi Okita’s gorgeous textile insect sculptures.

[via Colossal and Demilked]

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theomeganerd:

The Last of Us - Cosplay

by fluffyltd | Website

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