look upon my works ye mighty and despair

"look upon my works ye mighty and despair, for they are manifold and dumb"

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I think we’ve reached that time of year when I just…don’t sleep. It’s 3:15 AM here and I feel more awake now than I have in the last 24 hours. I’ve had maybe 17 hours’ sleep, max, in the last three days and I haven’t felt it at all (yet).

I know I really ought to at least try and sleep now before I completely fuck up my body clock, but also I want to watch a fifth episode of A:TLA sooooooo



Fun Fact: Morgan Freeman does his own stunts.

Fun fact: this was actually a two story window prior to Morgan Freeman sitting on the windowsill. Once the house realized who he was, it retracted itself into the ground to prevent injury to Morgan Freeman.



so i’m ready to go back to school


woah hang on what

are you really sure you’re only going to need one pen?







Whilst in Sydney in 1994, a man apparently tries to assassinate Prince Charles. And not a single fuck was given by His Royal Highness.


I’m dead at his face in the last one like “Did you even try?”

And then when he gets pushed he’s like “Wait no let him try!”

But where did the bullets go? He doesn’t seem to have hit any bystanders either. Did he shoot straight up in the air? Did he shoot the floor twice? What the hell?

New South Wales premier was about to take one for the team.

So I think I may have pinpointed approximately where in Wisconsin Vlad Masters lives.


Or, well, lived before his mansion was destroyed and he moved to Amity Park. (By the way, my best guess for Amity Park’s location is that it’s a fictional suburb of Chicago on the Lake Michigan coast, just north of Evanston/”Elmerton.”)

(The writers may have said at some point where he lives, in which case disregard this, but it was fun to think about.)

My guess?

Door county. More specifically, somewhere between Carlsville and Jacksonport. So about here.

First off, we know he’s in the northern half of the state. At the end of “Bitter Reunions,” Maddie remarks that Jack “beat that ghost all the way to Kenosha,” which is on Wisconsin’s southern border with Illinois. So it’s implied that they were in northern Wisconsin.

Vlad’s a massive Packers fan, so it’s likely he’d want to live somewhere close to Green Bay, probably within an hour’s drive or so. Carlsville is about an hour-and-15-minute drive from Green Bay, not too bad for a fanatic who’d be wanting to show up to every home game. (Yeah, I’m aware that Vlad’s mansion was built by the Wisconsin Dairy King, but you know what, he’s wearing a cheesehead, he’s probably a Packers fan too. Actually I’m pretty sure that if you live in Wisconsin, you’re required by state law* to be a Packers fan anyway.)

(*Blogger’s note: This is not actually a law.)

In the episodes that take place entirely or partially at Vlad’s mansion, it’s shown to be in a wooded, somewhat isolated area. That makes the Marinette or Oconto areas also possibilities, but less likely, since the mansion was built by a wealthy eccentric. Door County is heavily wooded, pretty isolated, and has a pretty low year-round population. It’s also a major vacation destination. So if you’re a wealthy eccentric looking to build a private, lavish estate somewhere nice where you won’t be bothered (this applies to both Vlad and the Dairy King), the middle of the Door peninsula seems like a winner.

But the biggest reason why? It’s a bad pun. The Door Peninsula (and by extension Door County) gets its name from the Porte des Morts Strait, located here. (I put his mansion further south because there’s less tourist activity in that area than there is closer to the strait, therefore more peace, quiet, and people leaving him alone.) Explanations differ on where exactly the name came from, but the most popular is that it was both the site of a large battle and an extremely dangerous and difficult waterway to cross. The name, in French, means “Death’s Door.”

Hm. Death’s Door, Wisconsin. Wonder who’s got one of those in their secret lab.


heres some solid advice for you upcoming high school freshman this year: dont join the anime club




where do aliens hang out


this post is back again and im glad bc i get to watch people get confused about v b n m again




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