July272014
July262014

guillotineghosties:

Predator PSA!

Please be wary of this man if you happen to run into him in the southeast Tennessee area or at any cons in the general vicinity of Tennessee and Georgia! 

His name is Kedar Thor Brewer; he goes by his middle name in person and online by the handles Tash Alistair and vinylscratchwubzu. 
Here is the source of the mugshot.

He was charged in 2012 for having committing three counts of statutory rape with a fifteen year old girl (he was twenty three at the time), and though he got off with a probation sentence, this was not the first time he’d had sex with a minor and he has a history of preying on underage girls. Up until that arrest, he’d gotten away with it.

He’s also an emotional and physical abuser, and though never diagnosed he shows signs of being a sociopath and a user who will come across as the most charming and personable individual upon first meeting him. He has never lived anywhere for longer than maybe two years, and depends upon the kindness of others to support him (in the rape case, the victim’s mother had actually taken him in to her home). He also has hardly any long lasting relationships with people past that same timeframe, as once they become aware of his true nature they stop associating with him.

Having supported him for nearly three years, I’ve witnessed all of this first hand and it’s taken me this long to find my voice and finally make this post. There have been at least three other victims I personally know of, and I would like to avoid there being anymore, ever!

He is a Brony, and aside from the Pony community, his other interests include Touhou, Phantasy Star, JRPGs, Gaia, and some anime.
He sometimes tries to cosplay, as seen here..
He would be violating his probation just by being in the state of GA—if you see him there, immediately contact police!

The charges were incurred in Clarksville, Tennessee. Though the judge did give him a diversion and a probation sentence, until that probation is completed in May of 2015, the felony is still on his record. Despite being ordered to, he has not registered as an offender. 

Please reblog to spread awareness if you or someone you know is in his vicinity of prey! If you see him at a con, immediately contact a staff member as that is a violation of his probation! 

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11AM

pleatedjeans:

Effective on all varieties of jellyfish [x]

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11AM
July252014

onthesideoftheotters:

aces-and-anime:

basedheisenberg:

"All media should start having trigger warnings for graphic or upsetting content."

You mean like these:

image

reblogging because I didn’t know these

are you serious theres people who dont know this

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July192014
hetaliafandomnewsnetwork:

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: Sourcing Art Is Not Enough
A myriad of beautiful fanart floats toward the top of your screen as you scroll deeper into your dashboard. You might even stop and reblog one here and there, but lately, you may have noticed something new attached to the sources for these fanarts.  Somewhere among the links to both the work and the artist’s page is a phrase along the lines of “Permission to post was obtained by artist.” It’s nice to know that there are people who go the extra mile and ask permission, but is it necessary?  The answer: Yes.
The Hetalia fandom has come a long way when it comes to sourcing fanart. Nowadays nearly every piece of fanart has due credit given to the artist which shows the fandom’s respect for the artists among us. This could not have been accomplished without a collective effort of the fandom to spread the awareness that there is a need to respect artists; however, providing links back to the original work and the artist’s profile may not be enough. It is not a well-known fact, but reposting artwork, whether or not it has a source, violates the terms of both Pixiv and Drawr, two of the most popular sources for fanart. Moreover, some of the artists on these sites are upset with their work being reposted to other sites without their awareness.

This is a screencap of Pixiv’s terms. There is not an easy way to put this, but as a whole, the Hetalia community is violating the highlighted rule by posting fanart without first obtaining consent. There are even artists who have removed their works from Pixiv to prevent their art from being reposted not only because they were not credited for their work but also because they did not give the reposter permission.  Now, the people who post art are not the only ones at fault. When one reblogs a piece of artwork that was reposted without the consent of the artist, he or she is giving support to the violation of Pixiv’s terms, as was the case with reblogging unsourced art. Because it is blatantly breaking Pixiv’s rules, reposting art without the artist’s permission is just as great an offense as not sourcing the art, and both could be considered art theft no matter what the intention.   
We should not worry though! Artists are usually very kind when requested permission to repost a piece of artwork and are known to grant it most of the time. Asking for their permission shows our respect not only for the time and effort they put into their beautiful pieces but also for their right to the fate of their art. We should also refrain from reblogging fanart that was reposted without permission. If you really do enjoy a piece of art that doesn’t have the artist’s permission to be on Tumblr, then you can like it and set your likes to private, or reblog it to a private (password protected) blog. Let’s use the same force we had when informing everyone for the need to source art to spread the need to ask permission from the artist before reposting his or her work!
For more information on this please refer to letsrespectpixivartist.They say it much better than we here at HFNN ever could and even give instructions on how one should go about obtaining consent.
TL;DR
It is illegal to repost artwork without the artist’s permission.
The artists don’t like it.
Don’t post or reblog art that doesn’t have the artist’s consent to be on Tumblr.
Let’s work together as we did for sourcing to get everyone to do the right thing. 
Please pass this information along to your friends!

hetaliafandomnewsnetwork:

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT: Sourcing Art Is Not Enough

A myriad of beautiful fanart floats toward the top of your screen as you scroll deeper into your dashboard. You might even stop and reblog one here and there, but lately, you may have noticed something new attached to the sources for these fanarts.  Somewhere among the links to both the work and the artist’s page is a phrase along the lines of “Permission to post was obtained by artist.” It’s nice to know that there are people who go the extra mile and ask permission, but is it necessary?  The answer: Yes.

The Hetalia fandom has come a long way when it comes to sourcing fanart. Nowadays nearly every piece of fanart has due credit given to the artist which shows the fandom’s respect for the artists among us. This could not have been accomplished without a collective effort of the fandom to spread the awareness that there is a need to respect artists; however, providing links back to the original work and the artist’s profile may not be enough. It is not a well-known fact, but reposting artwork, whether or not it has a source, violates the terms of both Pixiv and Drawr, two of the most popular sources for fanart. Moreover, some of the artists on these sites are upset with their work being reposted to other sites without their awareness.

This is a screencap of Pixiv’s terms. There is not an easy way to put this, but as a whole, the Hetalia community is violating the highlighted rule by posting fanart without first obtaining consent. There are even artists who have removed their works from Pixiv to prevent their art from being reposted not only because they were not credited for their work but also because they did not give the reposter permission.  Now, the people who post art are not the only ones at fault. When one reblogs a piece of artwork that was reposted without the consent of the artist, he or she is giving support to the violation of Pixiv’s terms, as was the case with reblogging unsourced art. Because it is blatantly breaking Pixiv’s rules, reposting art without the artist’s permission is just as great an offense as not sourcing the art, and both could be considered art theft no matter what the intention.   

We should not worry though! Artists are usually very kind when requested permission to repost a piece of artwork and are known to grant it most of the time. Asking for their permission shows our respect not only for the time and effort they put into their beautiful pieces but also for their right to the fate of their art. We should also refrain from reblogging fanart that was reposted without permission. If you really do enjoy a piece of art that doesn’t have the artist’s permission to be on Tumblr, then you can like it and set your likes to private, or reblog it to a private (password protected) blog. Let’s use the same force we had when informing everyone for the need to source art to spread the need to ask permission from the artist before reposting his or her work!

For more information on this please refer to letsrespectpixivartist.They say it much better than we here at HFNN ever could and even give instructions on how one should go about obtaining consent.

TL;DR

  • It is illegal to repost artwork without the artist’s permission.
  • The artists don’t like it.
  • Don’t post or reblog art that doesn’t have the artist’s consent to be on Tumblr.
  • Let’s work together as we did for sourcing to get everyone to do the right thing. 

Please pass this information along to your friends!

(via agirlnameddisaster)

9PM
souusuke:

NYOOM

souusuke:

NYOOM

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9PM
9PM

germoneys:

i feel like matthew would actually swear a lot, but nobody would know what he’s saying bc he only swears in french. so like in a meeting he’ll just drop his papers and swear and everyone would just be like 'what the fuck was that' but then you’ll just hear a horrified french gasp in the back of the room like “mATHIEU” 

(via wilsontoyourhouse)

9PM
sixpenceee:

WHITE WITH RED
White with Red was an extremely popular short creepy story that has been turned into a short film. 
This is the story:
A man went to a hotel and walked up to the front desk to check in. The woman at the desk gave him his key and told him that on the way to his room, there was a door with no number that was locked and no one was allowed in there. Especially no one should look inside the room, under any circumstances. So he followed the instructions of the woman at the front desk, going straight to his room, and going to bed.
The next night his curiosity would not leave him alone about the room with no number on the door. He walked down the hall to the door and tried the handle. Sure enough it was locked. He bent down and looked through the wide keyhole. Cold air passed through it, chilling his eye. What he saw was a hotel bedroom, like his, and in the corner was a woman whose skin was completely white. She was leaning her head against the wall, facing away from the door. He stared in confusion for a while. He almost knocked on the door, out of curiosity, but decided not to.
This disinclination saved his life. He crept away from the door and walked back to his room. The next day, he returned to the door and looked through the wide keyhole. This time, all he saw was redness. He couldn’t make anything out besides a distinct red color, unmoving. Perhaps the inhabitants of the room knew he was spying the night before, and had blocked the keyhole with something red.
At this point he decided to consult the woman at the front desk for more information. She sighed and said, “Did you look through the keyhole?” The man told her that he had and she said, “Well, I might as well tell you the story. A long time ago, a man murdered his wife in that room, and her ghost haunts it. But these people were not ordinary. They were white all over, except for their eyes, which were red.”
SHORT FILM

sixpenceee:

WHITE WITH RED

White with Red was an extremely popular short creepy story that has been turned into a short film. 

This is the story:

A man went to a hotel and walked up to the front desk to check in. The woman at the desk gave him his key and told him that on the way to his room, there was a door with no number that was locked and no one was allowed in there. Especially no one should look inside the room, under any circumstances. So he followed the instructions of the woman at the front desk, going straight to his room, and going to bed.

The next night his curiosity would not leave him alone about the room with no number on the door. He walked down the hall to the door and tried the handle. Sure enough it was locked. He bent down and looked through the wide keyhole. Cold air passed through it, chilling his eye. What he saw was a hotel bedroom, like his, and in the corner was a woman whose skin was completely white. She was leaning her head against the wall, facing away from the door. He stared in confusion for a while. He almost knocked on the door, out of curiosity, but decided not to.

This disinclination saved his life. He crept away from the door and walked back to his room. The next day, he returned to the door and looked through the wide keyhole. This time, all he saw was redness. He couldn’t make anything out besides a distinct red color, unmoving. Perhaps the inhabitants of the room knew he was spying the night before, and had blocked the keyhole with something red.

At this point he decided to consult the woman at the front desk for more information. She sighed and said, “Did you look through the keyhole?” The man told her that he had and she said, “Well, I might as well tell you the story. A long time ago, a man murdered his wife in that room, and her ghost haunts it. But these people were not ordinary. They were white all over, except for their eyes, which were red.”

SHORT FILM

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