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Mirror, mirror, what’s behind you?
Save me from the things I see!
I can keep it from the world
Why won’t you let me hide from me?
Apologies for anyone who expected this about a month after my Red Like Roses 8-bit cover from months ago, but better late than never! Up next are “From Shadows" and "I Burn”!
I had too much fun with this song, especially from the transition onward. I don’t have much else to say! I hope this song makes up for my speechlessness in this post. Enjoy!! :)
Art by immaevilspacewhale, music by Jeff and Casey Lee Williams, RWBY by Rooster Teeth, cover by me!
what’s Whitney Houston’s favorite type of coordination?
i hate this i hate u
Summer is just around the corner! Which means you’re probably fervently preparing for ~bikini season~, trying to get back into that beach bod! Well here are some dieting tips from Denny’s Diner to help you feel a little more comfortable this year:
- Bikini season? Shmikini shmeason.
you know all the stereotypes of Washington with all the “OMG RAIN AND CLOUDS AND COFFEE AND HIPSTERS LOL ITS COLD AND WET THERE”
those make me laugh because while that’s pretty much true on the West Coast
that’s about 1/3 of the entire state guys
you all just don’t know about the East side because we don’t talk about it
the scab lands are the worst to drive through
i like how the mountains just got ignored
Eastern Washington doesn’t fucking exist. Period.
mountains are great. the dusty part not so great. the rainy part… great but not so great bc rain. cold rain.
|—||Margaret Mead (via dollare)|
WHAT THE FUCKAM I SUPPOSED TO FEEL
I feel like this needs to be added
two of my faves but I don’t understand
Ruggedized scientific calculator perfect for extreme math
By Tim Hornyak, IDG News Service
It laughs at splashes, dust and shocks. It eats military-spec drop tests for breakfast. It’s ideal for math in the great outdoors.
Meet Casio’s new ruggedized scientific calculator, the fx-FD10 Pro.
Mainly aimed at land surveyors, the device has 21 programs for civil engineering purposes such as curve calculations for plotting road construction.
The 250-gram FD-10 Pro is housed in an elastomer-coated case so it won’t slip out of a user’s hands, even when wet.
It’s got a backlit LCD screen for working in low light, an SD card slot for importing data from surveying equipment and a USB port to link with PCs. A series of side keys allow users to operate it with one hand.
It meets U.S. military standard 810G for shocks, and can be dropped from a height of 1.22 meters without damage, according to Casio.
“We don’t know of any leading calculator manufacturer who sells a rugged scientific calculator,” a Casio spokeswoman said. “It’s the first Casio scientific calculator to have all three features of being shock resistant, splash-proof and dust-proof.”
The model is being launched to meet anticipated demand for construction related to the Olympics in Tokyo in 2020. The Japanese capital has been considering everything from a futuristic 80,000-seat stadium to a gondola lift as part of its makeover for the games.
Growing infrastructure demand in developing economies was another factor behind the launch, the spokeswoman added.
The FD-10 Pro will go on sale on April 25 in Japan, and is expected to sell for around ¥24,000 ($235).
The calculator is also to be marketed in many ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries, but launch dates will differ.
Casio is considering selling the FD-10 Pro worldwide as well, the spokeswoman said.