zolac_no_miko: (Omen fanboy / urban camouflage mode)
So, I failed out of mini-wrimo pretty quickly. When I signed up in October, I didn't know I was about to jump back into RPing, and my new game started on the same day and... yeah, I've basically had no interest in anything else. And technically it's writing, I'm writing so much every day in the game, but... RPing is not what I need help with. Mini-wrimo is supposed to help me with my prose fiction projects, and it's not doing that for me this year. I can't even bring myself to care, because oh my god this game is too much fun, why do anything else, ANYTHING. ELSE.

In RL stuff, beginning of the month was also my second anniversary with Forrest. We did a nice little day trip to Makalawena, which is a GORGEOUS but hard to get to beach in Kona. The following weekend we had a little getaway to a cabin in Kalopa State Park.

Last weekend was crazy busy with dancing, climaxing with THE Glenn Miller Orchestra and all of us Hep Cats showing up in force to teach and perform and be awesome on the dance floor. I got all dolled up in my new red dress and did my hairs and make-up all period and wore my cute vintage-style dance shoes and felt SO FABULOUS. Look! (I'm on the left.) And look again!

Again, mostly my energies have been wrapped up in Snowblind. I am having hella fun, these people are my people, by which I mean TERRIBLE PEOPLE, I've never felt so warmly welcomed so quickly in a game, and I'm constantly crying laughing in the Snowblind plurks, everything is shame boners and severed toes and how many snowbos can we cram into the shower at once, and also how can I murder my character today?

Today what had me crying laughing was this plurk thread; I've filed all the serial numbers off and done some minor editing and I hope they don't mind me reposting this without permission, but.

Honestly, this needs to be saved for posterity. )

So anyway, that's my life lately. What up, nerds?
zolac_no_miko: (after twenty months at sea)
So, just about a year ago I went on a massive trip to Europe with brief stopovers on the East Coast and in London, and I never made a post about it. So, I'm doing that now, or at least making a start. Because reasons. (Mostly, shame.)

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Part 1: Washington, D.C., and London (many many pictures under the cut!) )

[Part 2: Zagreb, Karlovac, and Plitvička Jezera National Park (Croatia)]
[Part 3: Korana, Barac's Caves, and Krupa Monastery (Croatia)]
zolac_no_miko: (I like this icon alot.)
Real quick, two things I need to flail about with fannish enthusiasm.

One: I've already flailed about this on [livejournal.com profile] we_love_dick, but I really can't enjoy this in enough places, honestly. Some of you may be aware of my ongoing campaign, No Really, Someone Needs To Cast Matt Bomer As Live-Action Nightwing Already? Well, [livejournal.com profile] regonym brought this to my attention today: apparently, MATT BOMER REALLY REALLY AGREES.

♥♥♥

...Whyyyyyyyyyy isn't this real life yet? T_T

Two: I WATCHED PUNCTURE I REALLY LIKED IT YOU SHOULD ALL WATCH PUNCTURE I NEED SOMEONE TO FLAIL AT.

Okay so I bought this movie for like 49¢, I'd never heard of it, it got really mixed reviews, I wasn't expecting much, but CHRIS EVANS, so I figured it was worth some pocket change. It's based on a true story; Chris Evans plays Mike Weiss, a bearded, tattooed, often-shirtless, drug-addict, fashion-impaired, asshole, train wreck, idiot-savant small-time lawyer. He and his partner take up the case of a nurse who got an infection accidentally poking herself with a needle, and they get embroiled in this whole David-and-Goliath thing with scary powerful lawyers and government and medical supply company conspiracy. The story was excellent.

Chris Evans' performance KNOCKED IT OUT OF THE FREAKING PARK.

I fell instantly and madly in love with Mike. That asshole. He is like a Mike Ross who didn't end up under Harvey Specter's protective wing. He is like Tony Stark if he weren't rich and if he were a genius lawyer instead of a genius engineer. In the pantheon of Adorable Fuckheads he is the adorablest fuckhead since Harry Lockhart. HE IS SUCH AN ASSHOLE and he's so smart and so fucked up and sad and UGH I FUCKING LOVE HIM I CAN'T EVEN TELL YOU.

I must warn that the movie features VERY HEAVY DRUG USE, like, pills, smoking, snorting, needles, LOTS AND LOTS OF ALL OF THE ABOVE. But you should see it. Because Mike Weiss IS AMAZING and I just. I need someone to watch this movie so I have someone to love him with me and I have someone to flail at, there is so much flailing I want to do but SPOILERS SPOILERS SPOILERS.

DO RECOMMEND, especially if you are already a Chris Evans fan. If you aren't, you will become one. Here have some incentive.


HE HAS A BEARD. AND MANPAIN.


JUST LOOK AT THIS ASSHOLE. As far as I can tell he really hates wearing shirts. The ones he does wear are VERY BRIGHT and clash with his also VERY BRIGHT ties. Also he is covered in tattoos, my favorite is the one that trails up his spine. ♥

...WATCH IT WATCH IT WATCH IT PLEEEEEEAAAASE.
zolac_no_miko: (all elephants (swim))
For those of you who like to look at STUNNING BEAUTY, have a link to a selection of photos from this year's National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.

Prepare for your face to fall off and your breath to come short. These photos are AMAZING. Especially the first one, which is, incidentally, taken by a childhood friend of mine. I used to watch Disney movies and build lean-tos in the woods with this girl. Now she's a professional photographer and DEAR GOD.

ETA: Dallas' jaw-dropping Lava Kiss photo has gone viral. This is so cool! IT'S LIKE I KNOW A FAMOUS PERSON.
zolac_no_miko: (like a boss)
So I was thinking, "Aww, man, it's been like over two months since I did a meme, THAT IS JUST TOO LONG." And then I was lurking around my new friend [livejournal.com profile] kleine_aster's journal like a creeper and LO! I FOUND THE PERFECT MEME. It creates love where love is needed.

Because you know who needs more love? THE LADIES.

Thusly, I bring you the My Personal Top 10 Women in Fiction meme! ...You will notice a strong preference for badasses. :D

I've limited my list to actual *women*, not girls, else stopping at only ten would be an impossible task. It was hard enough already. )
zolac_no_miko: (some say his first name is The)
So a bunch of stuff happened in the last couple weeks. Had fun going to the Kamehameha Day Festival and seeing Prometheus. ...The movie was awesome, by the way... definitely very Ridley Scott, if you like Ridley Scott. Creepy Android!Michael Fassbender was, as I fully expected, my favorite. ...Now I feel like I need to marathon the Alien movies. (Tried to watch Blade Runner the other night... BORED ME TO TEARS.)

The last couple of weeks have been pretty nice at work... exploring Kahuku, mist-netting at ‘Ainahou... I like ‘Ainahou, I mean, it's pretty weedy and there's lower bird diversity and I'm pretty biased towards the rainforest (‘Ainahou's a lot drier than Nauhi), but... it's just a really nice place to hang out. It's sunny and warm and the birds come in at just the right pace... and I'm lounging in the grass under a blue sky, writing, and getting up occasionally to go for a walk under the trees and check nets, and play with birds for a few minutes before going back to lounging and writing and just... how awesome is my life?? Other people work in cubicles. (I told my mom this and she pointed out that other people get paid more than $20 a day. THANKS MOM. ...It's still the best job ever, so there. XP)

And then Friday before last Jackie and I were going to go to Na‘alehu to meet with her friend John from The Nature Conservancy and pore over maps and get his opinions on the best ways to access remote parts of the Ka‘u Forest Reserve, but he absolutely had to go into the field that day... so we went with him! We met up with him and this-younger-guy-whose-name-I-forget in Pahala and drove up to TNC's Kaiholena Preserve, which was AWESOME because I've never ever been up there before. It's way up in the Ninole Hills, which is this really awesome and interesting and (I think) kinda creepy area in Ka‘u, where a massive fault-slip and subsequent erosion created these hills that look completely out of place with the rest of the island's geology (most hills in Hawai‘i are cinder cones), and they're all green and mysterious with their heads in the clouds and I've always wanted to go up there. And the forest in Kaiholena is beautiful, really pristine and full of all my favorite plants, and we took a nice walk along the fence line marking out where the helicopter needed to drop fence-repair materials and I had a lot of trouble keeping up because I kept stopping to geek out at the botany. ^_^;; And we had lunch TNC's little pavilion at the bottom of the preserve with a gorgeous view down to the coast, and on the way down we took a side trip to one of the hills to see this plant called nuku ‘i‘iwi (‘i‘iwi bill) because I'd never seen it/heard of it before and Jackie thought I'd enjoy it, which is... really kind of sweet, actually. It's this really cool vine with beautiful flowers that, yes, do resemble ‘i‘iwi bills in color and shape, and as;hgkalhskfakjshdfls NEW PLANT. *geeks out some more* And all of the lower hills had, mixed in with the native plants, ti and kukui and one of the old Hawaiian varieties of bananas, the name of which I forget, but John told me it was one of the few varieties that women were allowed to eat, and also that it was one of the varieties of bananas that the Hawaiians brought with them in their very first voyage, which makes sense because we're so close to that very first settlement down there. Looking at those ti and kukui and bananas that were probably descendants of plants planted around the very oldest Hawaiian settlements gave me a kind of chicken-skin feeling. ...Anyway, IT WAS A COOL TRIP and it made me very happy. Fuck $20 a day, I CAN'T BELIEVE I GET PAID FOR THIS AT ALL.

On Saturdays I've been doing a bunch of chores for Mom, since her arm's in a cast and she can't do a lot. Father's Day Dad came up to Volcano, and we had a really excellent afternoon: lunch at Lava Rock Cafe, wine tasting at the Volcano Winery, a trip to Jaggar to watch the steam come out of Halema‘uma‘u, and a trip down to ‘Ainahou so I could show him my work site and the historic ranch buildings.

Last week has been more netting at ‘Ainahou mostly, although Thursday and Friday I was on-loan to Mark Kupono trying to catch ‘i‘iwi up Mauna Loa Strip Road. No ‘i‘iwi in the net, just ‘amakihi and ‘apapane and white-eyes, but one of the ‘apapane was this really pretty hatch year bird that was in between fledgling and adult plumage... mostly red with gray and tawny bits and a red racing stripe on the back of its head. SO CUTE. And it was just a really nice day up there, lounging on the rocks and reading. ...Boss Jackie is taking off for Bali for three weeks, so I expect to be doing a lot more of this, along with fun things like data entry and organizing the supply closet. :P

Another major thing is I moved into my boss Dennis' house Thursday before last. He and his family are on vacation for over a month, traveling on the Mainland and in Italy, and I'm house-sitting for them. (Thus the adventure with the can opener the other day.) It's... a bit of an adjustment for me, because they have two dogs and three cats and two bunnies and two turtles and some fish, and it's weird having dependents. And the dogs need to be walked every day, and they have to be walked really early in the morning when no one else is on the street because they get aggressive with other dogs and strange people, so this means I wake up at 6:00 even on the weekends, which is just... not like me at all, heh. But all of the animals are super sweet. It's pretty nice for my ego to come home and EVERYONE IS SO HAPPY TO SEE ME OMG. So I'm really enjoying it, even if there's dog hair EVERYWHERE and Belle is needy and loud and psychotic and has WAY TOO MUCH ENERGY and Splotch has a marked tendency to wake me up at 2:30 in the morning MEOWING LOUDLY FOR NO REASON AT ALL. Can't get too upset with them, THEY'RE ALL SO CUTE.

Oh and also I PIMPED MY RIDE. )
zolac_no_miko: (Pele says hello)
Well, here you go, guys, you've been waiting for this one long enough. I'll make another post at some point with a picspam of Everything Else I've been doing since, like, February, but here's the bird stuff at least.

First off, I should summarize the Nauhi Experience, since I've never really gone and done that. )

PICTURES )

Not that anyone would notice if I didn't tell you, but my ‘okina and kahakō are ALL OVER THE PLACE in this; can't be arsed to worry about it overly much, too exhausted. @_@
zolac_no_miko: (TARDIS)
So, in all of the (enjoyable) mass chaos of this month, I think I forgot to mention that just before New Year's we got a new car? Out with the '91 Previa, in with the brand new Honda Fit Sport! I took one look at the thing and promptly named it TARDIS, because it's TARDIS blue, it's bigger on the inside (no seriously this little car is so freaking spacious, it really should not be possible), and it will take us on adventures through Time and Space! :DDD

LOOK AT IT!! :DD )

...Mom hasn't let me drive her yet. D:

So anyway, last week Sunday (yes, I know, a week ago, shut up I've been busy) a bunch of us drove over to Kawaihae to eat dinner at The Blue Dragon and dance to The Olliephonic Horns, one of our favorite swing bands. Coming down the hill from Waimea out past Pu‘ukoholā Heiau there were MORE WHALES, about three of them, BREACHING AGAIN AND AGAIN AND HAVING A BIG OLD PARTY, which was lovely, and I thought very appropriate since Pu‘ukoholā means "Hill of the Whale".

The Olliephonics were a blast, as usual, and we had a surprise treat: their guest vocalist was Pauline Wilson! She's the Big Island's only Grammy winner (and she won it back in the day before there were a million categories), and she's FABULOUS and we love her. So that was excellent.

Oh, and [livejournal.com profile] shichahn, in case you thought I was joking or something... )

Not technically champagne; it was a sparkling wine from Italy, I believe. And delicious. ALMOST AS DELICIOUS AS BUNNY.

...So this weekend has been a lot of snorkeling and dancing and good times. (And yardwork.) The weather's been absolutely gorgeous... warm and sunny and crystal clear to the tops of both peaks, patches of snow on Mauna Kea, just... stunning.

I love my life. AND I LOVE ALL OF YOU. ♥ ♥ ♥
zolac_no_miko: (Pele says hello)
I hope you appreciate how long it took me to put this post together. Literally days. There are A LOT of pictures. I swear I was trying to be frugal in my selection.

...So, that backpacking trip I went on last week....



(Click on the pictures for larger versions. Also, turn your heads for sideways pictures. I really can't be arsed to fix that.)

Haleakalā is one of my very favorite places in the entire motherfucking world. )
zolac_no_miko: (Hawaii's favorite meat product)
OH HEY SO THOSE MAUNA LOA SUMMIT PICTURES I MEANT TO POST, LIKE, TWO MONTHS AGO, FML.



More under the cut, plus bonus random pictures. Again, dunno why some are sideways, LJ didn't used to do that, whatevs, that's what your neck is for. )
zolac_no_miko: (two thumbs up)
Sooo, what have I been up to recently besides feeling like I've been punched in the face? A LOT. I shall attempt to be brief.

-The Embalmer's Ball! Friday before Halloween, awesome live music, nice dance floor, quality pupus, pirate theme!

-Went to another Halloween party the next night with the folk dance crew, had a good time but ducked out early to hang with Eric and Micah and Kira (high school friends). We drove all the way to Waikoloa to catch happy hour at Sansei's, this awesome sushi bar. Everything on the menu was half-off, and everything was delicious, and the waitress took awesome care of us and the chef made us dessert even though he usually doesn't, and it was fried ice cream and it was DELICIOUS. And then we drove to Hapuna and lay on our backs in the sand and watched the stars and the meteors and talked about movies and Micah fell asleep and the rest of us went skipping up and down the beach, and then we got back in the car and Eric opened the sunroof and drove the back roads while we stood with the wind in our faces. Didn't get home until after three in the morning, but it was so worth it.

-On Halloween went to see The Rocky Horror Picture Show for the very first time; had a lot of fun and of course Tim Curry is always sexy even/especially in drag, but all in all I think The Room is a more hilarious experience. Or maybe it's just that I'm usually drunk for that one.

-Was sick for a few days. It was sucky and lame.

-Had the most awesome day at work EVER last week Thursday. It was almost the most boringest day ever. Everyone else in the team was off in Ola‘a or Kahuku and it was just going to be me and Laurèen doing koa processing all day. This means eight hours of sitting in one spot, peeling open koa pods and stripping out the seeds. I remembered to bring my iPod and speakers, so that was a good start. And we're sitting there and we're telling each other, "Hey, we could go to the volunteer house and watch movies, that would be okay, right? It doesn't matter where we do the work so long as we do it, right? Maybe?" And then boss-lady Sierra walks by and says, "Hey girls, you should go to the volunteer house and watch movies!" and we were like, "WOW SIERRA WHAT A GREAT IDEA." And then my iPod died, so we went to the volunteer house and watched movies. And we sat in big squishy armchairs and drank tea and there were KITTENS and we watched Spirited Away, Top Gun, and Aladdin and it was the BEST DAY AT WORK EVER.

Continued under the cut: epic adventuring, downtown dance parties, boys boys boys (okay just one), recs for fun and profit, and PICSPAM OUT THE YINGYANG. )
zolac_no_miko: (Pele says hello)
I believe I promised y'all some pictures? Well here you go. Pics of Shit On Fire, and then because I'm feeling nice an epic picspam of a few of the pretty places I've wandered around this summer. In chronological order, no less! Click to enlarge, but at your own risk; most of these were taken with my phone, and a few are a bit pixellated.

My Hawai‘i; this ain't your Waikiki. )
zolac_no_miko: (Pele says hello)
My icon has never been more appropriate.

So back in March a new fissure opened up between Nāpau Crater and Pu‘u ‘Ō‘ō (you may remember I made a post about it) and lava poured out for a few days, and an experimental seeding and out-planting section of the forest caught fire and burned to the ground. We've dubbed this area Kupukupu, and now that my adventures in Kealakomo Waena are complete, our next big project is checking up on our experimental plots and seeing what survived, what's resprouting, and what seedlings are coming up.

Today was our second day up there (our first day was a few weeks ago). We hiked around, surveyed our plots, and a little after 2 p.m. we started the 40-minute hike back down to our truck.

WHICH IS WHEN THIS HAPPENED.

...Yes, that would be a volcanic eruption.

According to the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory website (also check out their web cameras), rapid deflation of the Pu‘u ‘Ō‘ō Crater floor was detected at 2:05. We started to leave our work site at 2:15. The eruption began at 2:20.

Consider, if you will, this Google Map I have marked, showing the estimated location of the new eruption, and my estimated location at time of eruption. I was about, oh, I dunno, 4 miles (6ish kilometers) from the fissure, down slope (and due south, which is, according to the website, where the lava was going).

We had, by the way, absolutely no idea this was going on at the time. We were a fair part of the distance back down to our truck when our radio started going crazy with chatter about volcanic activity at Pu‘u ‘Ō‘ō, but it wasn't until we got in our truck and started driving back up Chain of Craters Road that we saw the black plume and pulled over to take pictures realized what was happening.

By the time we got to the intersection with Crater Rim Drive, we'd passed a whole posse of government trucks on their way down to evacuate tourists from Chain of Craters, and a roadblock had been set up to keep people out. We got back to the greenhouse, and my boss is like, "Well, I guess we won't be working at Kupukupu again for a while...." I just about died laughing.

MY JOB IS THE BEST JOB. I LOVE MY JOB. I LOVE MY LIFE.

...One of the best bits of today's story is how I'd spent the morning hike up having an extended conversation with our volcano goddess, Pele. It's a thing I do, sometimes, when I'm going to work in the forest; I don't know the appropriate Hawaiian chants, but I like to quietly introduce myself to the forest and beg permission to enter. Today, being so close to the active vent, I spoke to Pele. I introduced myself and described my lineage, explained my reason for being there that day, and asked for her hospitality and, should she care to give it, her assistance. I counted it a win when the sulfur dioxide wasn't as bad as the last time we visited. Looking at the timing of that eruption, though... that happened just as we were leaving. If she had let loose earlier in the day, they would've started evacuating people while we were still well up the hill; I bet we probably would've been buzzed by a helicopter. As it was, she held off until we were on our way out. I asked for hospitality; she exercised her power and showed very clearly that she does whatever she likes, but she chose to let us depart safely.

Mahalo nui loa, Pele. Aloha. Message received.
zolac_no_miko: (Hawaii's favorite meat product)
The brother and his sort-of-fiancée, sort-of-already-wife have arrived, meaning this is the official start of the mass chaos festivities! Today everyone who's already on the island is having a potluck bbq at Hapuna (widely considered to be the best beach on the island). Ohmigod beeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaccchhh~!! :DD ...Would you believe, I've been home two months, I live ten minutes away from the ocean, and I've not actually been to the beach? I mean, technically I've been to the shore several times, but I've not actually put on a swimsuit and got into the water yet. I know, right, what is wrong with me? What is wrong with me is I am very busy and I don't have anyone to hang out with aside from my mother.

In other news, I've been getting my mom all caught up in Doctor Who, which has been very useful... doing a proper rewatch of this and last season is helping me remember everything and get all of my facts and clues in orderly, well-labeled brain boxes. For instance, I was reminded that Spoilers through 'Day of the Moon' and my own theories. )

Moving on to the next fandom. NEW THEORY! Could it be possible that Danny finds Steve so attractive because he looks a little like Bruce Springsteen used to?

Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, I present to you Exhibits A and B. )

P.S. THIS MUSIC VIDEO, OMG. I think The Black Keys are my new favorite people. I love me a band that makes awesome music and doesn't take themselves too seriously. By which I mean not seriously at all, in any way. ♥

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zolac_no_miko: (New Patrick likes ties.)
Back in Portland now. Have some numbers: I was awake for over thirty hours (after very minimal amounts of sleep for the three nights previous), we drove for about twelve hours (hard to tell, we stopped a few times for food and bathrooms and running around in the dark like lunatics and napping at rest stops), after which I slept for EIGHTEEN HOURS (I told [livejournal.com profile] look_alive that I fully expected to wake up and be surprised and confused by the time on the clock and the presence or absence of light outside of my window; I was), and I had great difficulty taking off my new Patrick shirt and even greater difficulty not putting it back on after my shower, as I had become emotionally bonded to it over the thirty-six hours during which I had been wearing it.

So anyway, hanging out with [livejournal.com profile] platoapproved is yay, and on Friday [livejournal.com profile] look_alive and I successfully navigated Bay Area public transportation (it was mostly her, she's badass) and spent a chunk of the afternoon wandering at random around Golden Gate Park, which was supremely excellent. Saturday I woke my ass up without nearly enough sleep and successfully navigated Bay Area highways and the actual streets of San Francisco to meet up with Alex and Nova and Nova's bridesmaids for brunch and wedding dress fitting and going to REI with my brother so he could buy me those five-toed hiking shoes for my birthday, after which was more hanging out with [livejournal.com profile] platoapproved and sushi and Hawaii Five-0 before getting in the car and DRIVING FOREVER.

In between all that was PATRICK.

...I can tell you already, guys, this post is going to be really long. You've been warned.

Okay, so, let me preface this by saying that this Patrick Stump concert experience that I just had is the best concert experience I have ever had in my life. And I have had a fair number of supremely freaking excellent, life-changing amazing concert experiences. )
zolac_no_miko: (Alfred: Does everything.  Like a boss.)
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*boogies*

Ayep, it's that time again... everyone's favorite holiday, National Angela Day! WHOO!! How will you celebrate? Champagne? Bonfires? Break-dance competition?

So I've hit the quarter-century mark, holy shit. I can do anything now! I can... rent a car! On top of voting, buying booze, all of that, I am basically set with everything I need. So... this is it, guys. I'm not getting any older. I am staying 25 forever.

Also, Happy Birthday to one of the BAMFest BAMFs who ever did BAMF: ALFRED MOTHERFUCKING PENNYWORTH! I found out a few weeks ago that he was born on April 8. Somehow I did not know this before. Somehow I did not realize that I shared my date of birth with the only person on the motherfucking planet who might actually be cooler than Batman. How have I lived? Man, from now on, me and Alfie are partying together EVERY YEAR, okay?

To celebrate the fact that Alfred is a BAMF having a birthday, I bring you these panels from Streets of Gotham #17:

Why yes, that is a young Alfred Pennyworth protecting Thomas Wayne, Martha Kane, and Leslie Thompkins by beating the everliving crap out of some mafia goons. Be still my heart~! )

In other news, Dar and I are watching the musical episode of Grey's Anatomy. ...SO AWKWARD. MAKE IT STOP. DDDD:
zolac_no_miko: (Americana exotica)
The aftershocks of the earthquake are still shaking Japan at magnitudes of up to 6.3. The Japanese government estimates at least 1000 casualties; 500 people are still unaccounted for. California towns are still experiencing surges; docks have been destroyed, boats are sinking or floating loose and floating out to sea or running into things, causing more damage. In northern Mexico they are experiencing high waves, but no damage thus far.

Videos of tsunami damage in Japan and Hawaii. )

Photos of the flooding and damage in Kailua-Kona, where the worst of the Big Island's damage occurred, taken by the friend of a friend of my sister-in-law. )
zolac_no_miko: (New Patrick likes ties.)
HEY. HEY. SO WHO'S GOING TO THE EMERALD CITY COMIC CON? Besides me and [livejournal.com profile] magusronin, that is.

HAVE YOURSELVES SOME VERY NICE SPAM. :D

First off, do yourselves all a favor and watch this video. If Patrick Stump's beautiful voice and beautiful face do not already fill your heart with joy, this video ought to. It is full of happy song and happy people doing REALLY AWESOME happy things, and there is a happy dog and Patrick is happy too. And adorable. WARNING: WATCHING THIS VIDEO MAY MAKE YOU HAPPY.

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And then there's this.

In case you were wondering, yes, the Batfamily doing a Lady Gaga dance is exactly what you've been missing from your life. )

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