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  1. I GOT SPURS

    about 8 months ago from web
  2. still a major wip but this 3D environment is really coming together http://rainbowdash.net/url/873873

    about 3 days ago from web
    • mmmm, cgi fire... http://rainbowdash.net/url/873871

      about 3 days ago from web
      • I still have dreams about my dead dog, none more bizarre than the one I had while she was dying where I spent Christmas at Donald Trump’s house and he airlifted her to the best vet in the country.

        about 4 days ago from web
        • It's the first time in years I paid full price for a game. It's The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild for the Wii U.

          about 4 days ago from web
        • and I think if I ever ran the owners would refuse to wipe my information out of spite

          about 4 days ago from web
        • can't wait til his base files their taxes this year

          about 5 days ago from web
        • when trump says he's gonna lower your taxes, he actually means he's gonna hike them the Fluffle Puff up, hoo boy

          about 5 days ago from web
        • And, uh, last time I checked, the big thing everyone objected to in that film was the fact that they used the word “retard” a bunch.

          about 10 days ago from web
          • Tropic Thunder was released in 2008

            about 10 days ago from web
            • The Mark Herring incident happened before Northam’s, even, in 1980.

              about 10 days ago from web
              • Racism is a horrible, horrible stain on our history as a state (and as a country), with one key difference. You can ignore stains, after a while. You can’t ignore our dark history, try as you might, for fear of repeating it eventually. Yet, if you’ve been paying attention to Virginia politics recently, it seems people are keen on re-writing our history to make it seem like racism isn’t something that was ever socially acceptable, when the horrible truth is that it wasn’t just acceptable, it was encouraged. In a state where lynchings were commonplace, segregation was legally and economically enforced, and whites were only allowed to marry whites (a distinction that was rare even in the South), you have to recognize that racism didn’t just disappear overnight in 1964. Governor Northam and Attorney General Herring both wore tasteless costumes thirty-five years ago. They’ve done so much for black (and Hispanic) Virginians since then. Their growth mirrors the growth of the state.

                about 10 days ago from web
              • Virginians keep claiming blackface was never acceptable in Virginia but they conveniently forget that it literally was, and for much longer than in other states. Virginia was the state that caused the Supreme Court to rule that you can’t legally ban interracial marriage for crying out loud (and then they still banned it for years after that).

                about 10 days ago from web
                • on the bright side, maybe now everyone will lay off of the Governor since everybody in the line of succession is apparently also “compromised”

                  about 10 days ago from web
                  • ok so I guess Richmond politicians are all doing a Spartacus thing now, the only guy in Virginia who hasn’t worn blackface is the black guy (he wore whiteface)

                    about 10 days ago from web
                    • The lengths Ralph Northam will go to prove he’s not racist are kind of wasted in a state where the black vote is never the decisive vote tbh

                      about 11 days ago from web
                      • I’m gonna go ahead and put it out there that I still like the Governor, all things considered, but, uh... maybe he should change his Twitter banner. I don’t think this is helping very much. http://rainbowdash.net/url/873836

                        about 11 days ago from web
                        • scootaloo came outta discord’s butthole

                          about 12 days ago from web
                          • Just attended a press conference the governor was holding about the photo, and i got to see what was perhaps the lamest protest in the history of protests.

                            about 14 days ago from web
                            • State Democrats keep on saying “this is so heartbreaking, he needs to resign, we cannot reconcile this photo with the man we know today” and it’s like, that should say something, right? If the photo doesn’t represent the man he is today, by your own admission, what’s the problem?

                              about 15 days ago from web
                            • Oh, of course the picture was put out by Big League Politics.

                              about 14 days ago from web
                              • And just for the record, here’s the photo. It’s a bad Fluffle Puffing photo. I’m not contesting that. But he’s more than made up for the photo with his years of service to Virginians, and especially black Virginians, who he’s been fighting for since he was elected. http://rainbowdash.net/url/873821

                                about 14 days ago from web
                                • whoever was in charge of opposition research at Ed Gillespie’s campaign must have been really bad at his job though

                                  about 15 days ago from web
                                  • usually when we’re calling for people who’ve done racist things to step down, that racist thing happened yesterday

                                    about 15 days ago from web
                                    • as a Virginian I find it appropriate to say that the reason Democrats have such a hard time staying elected is because they keep throwing their own guys under the bus for things that happened 35 years ago

                                      about 15 days ago from web
                                      • I sure do hope that when i’m Governor nobody finds out about that time I got banned from Rainbow Dash Network at age 14

                                        about 15 days ago from web
                                      • http://rainbowdash.net/url/873817 I wrote an article for this tech blog.

                                        about 15 days ago from web
                                        • Oh, well, that’s a relief, I guess. http://rainbowdash.net/url/873800

                                          about 17 days ago from web
                                        • !art http://rainbowdash.net/url/873790

                                          about 18 days ago from web
                                        • and with the exception of Texas, where the border is downplayed, there's only one GOP US Senator representing a border state (Senator Martha McSally in Arizona, who was not elected to the position). Texas Senator Ted Cruz, who is pro-wall, was nearly ousted last year (only winning by 2% in a very red state).

                                          Don't get me wrong, illegal immigration is a pretty serious issue right now and the US definitely has a broken immigration system, but the fact that the GOP is still sticking with Trump on this issue is really, really bizarre when it's clearly not something that resonates with voters. In 2020, Republican Senators in Maine, Colorado, Arizona, Iowa, and North Carolina are up for re-election. Four of those states are states that Obama's won at least once, three were won by him twice, and two were also won by Clinton in addition to that, North Carolina CURRENTLY has a Democratic governor, and Arizona just elected a Democrat to the Senate. They kind of can't AFFORD to die on this hill.

                                          about 19 days ago from web