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Post by Vinepaw on Sat Aug 05, 2017 10:39 pm

Dudulewicz (pronounced "dud-doo-leh-vitch"
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Post by Midnightflame on Tue Nov 07, 2017 8:47 pm

There is a quiet mouse hiding in the totally obvious bush. Outside, I crouch, getting ready to strike. But I am mesmerized by its shining little crown that is so beautifully random and unique. I reach my hand to grab the mouse, but there is the thorn I accidentally touched. "Ouch," I exclaimed, as I pulled my hand away and looked to the ground, beginning to sulk. I then wiped the tears and looked back to my hand. Refocusing on the mouse, I creep forwards and slowly begin to attempt pouncing onto it. In moments, the mouse noticed me and bolted away. I hissed at its annoying self as it hid under the branches and was laughing maniacally while looking very confident and fragile. Then, I moved the branches that were blocking me when I was searching the forest for a special someone, who I really want to marry. Suddenly, I saw the most beautiful creature standing right in front of the hairy mouse. I then approached the creature with a hopeful look on my face. The creature decided to give me a hug, which caused me to blush and smile. I decided that the only way I could tell what he was feeling, was that he had an obvious signal of when he would
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Post by Willowrose on Thu Nov 23, 2017 9:53 pm


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Post by Tornadostorm on Thu Nov 23, 2017 10:10 pm

https://battleship-game.org/en/id96777191

Battleship man, it's mui importanto.

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Post by Jewelsky on Thu Nov 23, 2017 10:32 pm

@Vinepaw wrote:Dudulewicz (pronounced "dud-doo-leh-vitch"
I just saw this and why
that's my apprentice folks
anyhow


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Post by Willowrose on Thu Nov 23, 2017 11:05 pm

So I googled who Tom Ford is after autocorrect struck, and oh gosh he's a real dude!

"Thomas Carlyle "Tom" Ford is an American fashion designer, film director, screenwriter, and film producer. He launched his eponymous luxury brand in 2006, having previously served as the creative director at Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent."
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Post by Moonflame on Fri Nov 24, 2017 3:15 pm



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Post by Jewelsky on Sat Nov 25, 2017 12:28 am

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Post by Willowrose on Sat Nov 25, 2017 12:44 am

*Google searches "Wubba Lubba Dub Dub"*

Result: "Did you mean: I Am In great pain please help me"
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Post by Roseblossom on Tue Nov 28, 2017 6:46 pm


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Post by Jewelsky on Tue Nov 28, 2017 8:38 pm

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-pdh2M5gS8


uhhhh this was something I enjoyed listening to when I was 12 for some reason? it just hurts my ears now yikes
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Post by Willowrose on Wed Dec 06, 2017 2:17 pm



what have i done
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Post by Jewelsky on Thu Dec 07, 2017 10:14 pm

[20:06:58 04/12/2017] @ Roseblossom : mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm maybe happy days
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Post by Lotuspaw on Wed Jan 03, 2018 2:40 pm

Spoiler:
**Enter RODERIGO**
RODERIGO
I do not find that thou dealest justly with me.
IAGO
What in the contrary?
RODERIGO
Every day thou daffest me with some device,
IAGO
Will you hear me, Roderigo?
RODERIGO
'Faith, I have heard too much, for your words and
performances are no kin together.
IAGO
You charge me most unjustly.
RODERIGO
With nought but truth. I have wasted myself out of
my means.
IAGO
Well; go to; very well.
RODERIGO
Very well! go to! I cannot go to, man; nor 'tis
not very well:
IAGO
Very well.
IAGO
Sir, there is especial commission come from Venice
to depute Cassio in Othello's place.
RODERIGO
Is that true? why, then Othello and Desdemona
return again to Venice.
IAGO
O, no; he goes into Mauritania and takes away with
him the fair Desdemona, unless his abode be
lingered here by some accident
RODERIGO
How do you mean, removing of him?
IAGO
Why, by making him uncapable of Othello's place;
knocking out his brains.
RODERIGO
And that you would have me to do?
IAGO
Ay, if you dare do yourself a profit and a right.
He sups to-night with a harlotry, and thither will I
go to him: he knows not yet of his horrorable
RODERIGO
I will hear further reason for this.
IAGO
And you shall be satisfied.


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Post by Tornadostorm on Wed Jan 03, 2018 8:39 pm

“Black 2  Nuzlocke Comic spoilers kinda.”:
Yanmask - Mistique
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Post by Moonflame on Sun Jan 07, 2018 4:16 pm

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How did new technologies influence society in the 1920’s?

With the steady growth of modern-day technology in the 1920’s, there came the introduction of increased mobility and communications. These advancements influenced and shaped the way Canadians lived in society profoundly.

With the introduction of mobility enhancement, there came the change in the automobile. With the present advancement with the assembly line, the production of cars began to grow and grow, and by the late 1920’s almost 50% of Canadians had an automobile, an influx of the percentage before. This influenced society due to more roads being built, for more accessible travel. There was also the expansion of mobility not just on land, but in the air as well. Many veteran aviation pilots began to fly geologists and prospectors to far away areas to explore more mining opportunities. Increased travel made it easier for those to reach previously-inaccessible states and cities, leading society to explore and travel more, with the promise of more leisure activities than just work now that mobility was so prevalent.

Previous to the past, once the 1920’s arrived, the telephone had become a household standard. Telephones were a practical and straightforward means of communication, letting neighbours talk to one another freely. This impacted society in the means that everything was becoming quicker and more accessible and people had more connections to the outside world. This practicality was enchanted with the widespread use of the radio. Popular culture and news stories became a household necessity, a revolutionary invention. The radio impacted Canadian society and culture profoundly, because the most powerful radio stations were in face, from the United States. By the fall of the 1920’s nearly 300 000 Canadians were regularly tuning into American radio stations or news, entertainment, and content.

How does the United States influence Canadian identity?

With the evolving technology and entertainment, there was the widespread growth and enhancement of Canadian culture and identity through arts and entertainment. However, even as Canada was a growing nation, seeking to find its voice, there was the heavy influence of our American neighbours down south of the border.

With the introduction of movies, it was made clear that the small, Canadian-made film could not compete with the production value of American cinema. With the introduction of Hollywood productions and studios, American movies took over the film industry. This influenced Canadian identity because many Canadian actors were magnetized by the glitz and glamour of the United States, and began to star in many of the countries movies.

Although it seems that American film was he over Canadian identity, sometimes it worked in reverse. With the growing increase of American influence over culture and the arts, it inspired fellow Canadians to have a Canadian art movement involving new realistic classic styles. This was to keep the identity of Canada, well, Canadian! From this action developed many aspiring and infamous painters, including the Group of Seven.

How did women advance their status during the 1920’s?

Although everything seems to be rising in terms of happiness and wealth, this was not true to many minorities in Canada. On a regular basis, Canadian women were affected by tremendous acts of discrimination, form social status, certain professions, and even legally being called a ‘person.’

On a political view, Canadian women had many restrictions when being in office. Federal and provincial governments were heavily male-dominated at this period, but there was the slow incline of social reform. Mary Ellen Smith and Helen Gregory MacGill fought against the rights and demanded an expansion of laws concerning women and children. This advanced their status, and by the end of the 1920’s, there has been an Equal Rights measure implemented in the B.C. legislature. The Equal Rights measure reversed majority of the previous laws that would restrict and add regulations regarding political and legal rights of women.

One would think everyone would have the title ‘person,’ it makes sense, doesn’t it? Contrary to the latter statement, only ‘persons’ could participate in office under the BNA Act, and through the views of the law, women were not titled as ‘persons.’ Emily Murphy and four other female political activists rose against the government under the name, the Famous Five. These women bombarded the Prime Minister at the time, Mackenzie King, to appoint women as senator, thus clarifying the definition of what a ‘person’ was, and who was classified as one. However, in April 1928, the Supreme Court of Canada defined a person, but not in the direction the Famous Five were going for. Women were not labelled as ‘persons,’ officially under the Canadian Constitution. Murphy and her associates did not take a stand for this, and there was an appeal to the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, located in Britain. The Judicial Committee did not stand for the previous decision, and thus, allowed woman to be classified and labelled as ‘persons.’ If it weren’t for this group of woman perseverance, there wouldn’t have been the advancement in status that there is today.

In what ways was Aboriginal identity threatened in the 1920’s?

Although they were the natives of the land of Canada, the Aboriginals were treated with the utmost disrespect and discrimination. Even when coming back from serving their countries, their communities were faced with hardship, still not labelled or classified as ‘persons,’ unable t vote in provincial o federal elections. The identity of Aboriginal culture was threatened due to the fear that boiled in the Canadian government; this was displayed in more ways than one, including The act of assimilation, cut-off lands, and enfranchisement.

Firstly and most infamously, was the Canadians governments use of residential schools. The primary purpose of these schools wash to ‘wash the Indian out of the child,’ stri[pping young Aboriginal children of their heritage, and identity. There was also the government's ban of potlatches in the early 1920’s, which was an essential cultural ceremony of the Aboriginals, representing births, deaths, and marriages. The constant denial of traditions and lifestyle significantly interrupted and threatened Aboriginal identity which was traced back for generations.

There was also the incorporation of the Canadian government taking Aboringal land without their consent - otherwise known as cut-off lands - this practice went against the Indian Act, and the federal government responded by adhering the act, so it suited them best. The main threat of this action was that is amended others to pursue fundraising to achieve land claims, thus making it virtually impossible for the First Nations to fight and strive for the Aboriginal title, along with their identity.

Lastly, the government of Canada used enfranchisement to once and for all, strip Aboriginals of their title and enforce assimilation. This threatened Aboriginal identity most of all because this allowed the government to take away ones Indian status and land, the truly threatening and stripping one of their Aboriginal identity.

Why was there labour unrest after the First World War, and how did people try to improve their working conditions?

At the end of the First World War, many Canadians experienced the rude awakening of little to no jobs and minimal support towards those who were just returning home. Even those that still had jobs had distaste, due to the lowering of wages. Labour unrest occurred due to the massive effects of inflation - the rise in prices for goods and services. Inflation affects the cost of living and salaries in the job market, living comfortably was no longer an option.

To try to counter the effects of inflation, many Canadians inspired the ideas of a revolution. Canadians drew this plan from the Bolsheviks, who were also disgruntled with the government standing at the time. The Bolsheviks entrenched a communist rule, and highly endorsed this way of living. Although Canadians did not join this particular revolution, they went on to determine revolutions that could benefit the workers and their corresponding rights. There were outcries far and wide across Canada, walkouts and standoffs between companies left and right.There were also several union leaders who were leaning towards more socialist management, meaning that the government should control the economy, so everything churns out equal in the end. After all the riots and so, union leaders all came together to form the One Big Union, March 1919. This union objective was to withhold more control over the economy and the government's industry. The OBU wished to gain this with more peaceful strategies, such as walkouts, otherwise known as general strikes.

One of the most infamous cases of striking occurred on June 21, 1919. The Winnipeg General Strike was essentially a striking parade in protest of the mayor's previous decision on collective bargaining. With tensions already alarmingly high, police became involved with violence. After this instance, the workers had gone back after a 43-day protest.

Politics and Government.

What is regionalism, and how was it expressed in the 1920’s?

By textbook definition, regionalism is a concern for the affairs of one's region over those of one's country, mostly just involvement in politics and news regarding one's state and/or region, such as a province, perhaps. The widespread provinces of Canada expressed regionalism in varying different ways, all hoping to promote better and benefit their sector.

Maritimes: The Maritimes began to notice their reliance regarding influence in national politics, so to enforce control, many businesses and banks decided to move to Ontario and Quebec, thus leaving the smaller shops to have a decline in product demand. Noticeable business and political leaders had created the Maritime Rights movement, which therefore urged more politicians to promote policies that would greater benefit the Maritime region.

The Prairies and Rural Ontario: Regionalism was expressed through the frustration of tariffs. Due to tariffs purpose, Western farmers began to feel alienated, because they had little to no protection underneath this policy. Western farmers were confided to only Canadian-made machinery, yet they were shipping to the rest of the world, there was a significant discourse. There came and raised the idea of free trade, yet none of the Conservatives or Liberals could meet the high demand of the farmers. In despite, the farmers began to create their political parties in legislatures.

Québec: With regionalism, came the notice of economic advancement and ‘boom,’ due to being in such close quarters with the United States. There was the heavy expansion in the pulp and paper industry, as well as mining too. With Québecs best interest in hand, the citizen decided to take advantage of their hydroelectric resources, thus attracting the aluminum industry. This wasn’t the only thing that was driven during this time, with all the inclining expansions being made, there came the instinct to [rptect Québecs own interests at hand swell. There was hostility due to conscription and language rights, and provincial politics were dominated form 1920 to 1936 by Premier Lous-Alexandre Taschereau’s Liberal Party.

Western Interests: There was often the Eastern Coast favour at hand in the government, but this could not be ignored due to B.C.’s rapid economic growth, and thus leading to a stronger say in federal politics. B.C.’s product was high in numbers when it came down to demand, and more communities grew, developed, and flourished around pulp and paper mills, and mines as well. Regarding the close of the war, the port of Vancouver began to develop, thus challenging Eastern Canada’s dominance in shipping Western grain.  

Economy and Human Geography.

What was the impact of American investment on the Canadian economy?

Due to an impactful debt against Britain after the war, the United States took hold as an economic leader. During this time, America decided to invest in Canadian pulp and paper mills, which would then be exported back into the United States. This heavy involvement impacted Canada regarding its businesses: This included a new way of producing and exportation. Canadian companies were ‘Americanized’ with the branch plant system; this was so that the Americans would not have to pay tariffs when bringing these goods back into the United States. This investment eventually lead to American companies owning a large percentile of Canadian oil businesses, chemical industries, and rubber and electrical companies.

Although all of these investments seemed grand at the time, long-term outcomes were just not in the picture. Although Canada's economy was highly benefiting from this contribution, what Canadians did not realize was that the tradeoff was not equal: the American economy was benefitting more.

Autonomy and World Presence.

What factors contributed to Canada’s emerging autonomy?

Autonomy is the right and condition of self-government, and this is something Canadians scrambled to have at their grasp. There was an intense yearning to have higher independence from Britain, to have a genuine, unique, Canadian identity, not as Britain’s younger brother. Many different factors sparked autonomy, and they were all enchanted by specific events in Canada's history. Lots of these factors are centralized among the fact that Canada was proceeding to take action and make decisions on their own, and not relying on the British Empire as closely as they had been.

The Chanak Crisis: This event marked the first time that Canada proceeded to make their own decision regarding if they were to support the British Empire in war, unlike in other situation were they automatically joined their side.

The Halibut Treaty: The signing of the Halibut Treaty marked the first treaty that was negotiated and signed independently by the Canadian government at hand, with no British ties involved in the case.

The King-Byng Crisis: The democracy was displayed in this crisis due to Mackenzie King challenging the role of the Governor General, questioning the logistics of why one from Britain would have more control over from Canada when it concerns Canadian government. This crisis stands the only time a Governor General has acted against the thoughts, functions, and wishes of an elected prime minister.

The Imperial Conference and the Balfour Report: This conference leads the highest amount of progress concerning legal independence from the nation of Britain. This is where the dominoes of the British Empire outright requested to have formal recognition of autonomy, this courage and wishes of independence heavily and significantly lead to Canadas emerging and growing autonomy.

The Statute of Westminister: This situation formally passed and turned the British Empire into a British Commonwealth, granting independence and officially recognizing that the Commonwealth countries would be considered free and equal states, but still holding and sharing an allegiance to the crown. This proceeded to fully implement a robust factor into Canadas emerging autonomy, by solidifying it.

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Post by Goldy on Sun Jan 07, 2018 4:29 pm


A CS pet I got from the pound today I'm so lucky
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Post by Jewelsky on Sun Jan 07, 2018 8:28 pm

I'm Jules!
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Post by Tornadostorm on Sun Jan 07, 2018 11:36 pm

https://goo.gl/images/7eBGvP < no idea what image that is.

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Post by Jewelsky on Mon Jan 08, 2018 8:42 am

vocaloid to fill the void
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Post by Willowrose on Mon Jan 08, 2018 12:11 pm

Alvin's swimsuit outfit for Tales of Xillia. WARNING: AbS!
Sorry this one is so fuzzy:


Same here:

I might faint:

This literally took me a half hour to do. You're welcome.
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Post by Lotuspaw on Mon Jan 08, 2018 12:51 pm

同样在这里
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