1. If you watch the video (please don’t, it’s really really unfunny) the entire reason he’s kickstarting his webseries is “I already have the equipment, but my wife said I can’t spend any more money.”

     
  2. This guy’s name is The Extreme Modder. One would think if they were truly an extreme modder they would know how to jailbreak a ps3 and wouldn’t need to purchase one from some guy on craigslist or whatever.

    Godspeed, kid.

    Need Help Getting a Jailbroken PS3

     

  3. Anonymous said: Can you please remove my pony image /: it was fake and I would like it removed

    I’m gonna be honest, “pony image” is a pretty broad request for this blog, but I assume you’re talking about the pony panties one. I’ll take it down. 

     

  4. seasick said: Going through this brilliant blog, I just randomly clicked on the "minimalistic" iPhone case that's only a metal X that you posted in December, and the comment page is full of people who still haven't received anything

    Oh yeah, The Radius. I almost forgot about this thing. 

    The last update from the project’s creator was on November 10th of 2013. 

     

  5. Anonymous said: Can I submit stuff anonymously?

    Yes, of course. If you don’t want to be credited for the submission, you can always mention that when you submit your post.

    Alternately, just put the submission in an ask and tick the anonymous box. 

     

  6. mom-san said: Oh its like when Anita Sarkeesian asked people to pay to watch her play video games.

     

  7. Anonymous said: u suck

     
  8. I love to pay for the privilege of watching other people play video games

    Pledge £40 or more

    All of the above and i add you on steam and you can play with me whenever :)

    That’s good. THat’s the good stuff

    Edit: I went to this guys profile on twitch and he has 1 follower. His most popular youtube video has 24 views. Where does he think $1000 (in USD) is going to come from. His profile says he’s 13. How did he even get an Amazon Payments account. Get your kids off the damn internet

     
  9. Arizona “comedian” wants you to pay for her to go to San Francisco to audition for a reality TV show. The 45 second snippet of her act has Michael J. Fox Parkinson’s jokes, abortion jokes, “is Pokemon a STD” jokes and a “joke” that’s literally “I want to adopt a Native American child and name him Redbox.”

    Childhood Dreams

     
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  11. This has nothing to do with kickstarter but here we go.

    anon asked:

    I watched a video awhile back where someone ordered pizza for a homeless couple. They said they hadn’t eaten for days and they were so joyful they started crying. Before then I never truly understood what being poor/homeless meant and how much I take the little things for granted, like being able to order pizza. I noticed there were more videos like it and they all really touched me. Now whenever I see a homeless person, I help out however I can and I’ve been voluntarily/donating to a food bank for 3 years now. Seeing people help one another inspires us to do the same, so I really don’t think those videos/instagrams/etc are as bad you think they are. Most people don’t do those sort of things because they’re evil and want to “exploit da homeless 4 views!!” they do it because they want to inspire others to do the same. So, really… stop being so fucking cynical about everything. The homeless people smiling in the videos certainly don’t mind, so why should you?

    First of all, I apologize if I sounded incredibly cynical. I definitely am to a fault. That is insanely good that you help out and volunteer! I’m in no way saying that seeing those videos/photos and being inspired is a bad thing. I think, however, you are the exception to the rule. 

    I can’t reconcile the fact that if those people who advertise their humanitarian efforts were truly great people they would be doing it regularly—and maybe some of them are. I don’t know. Why you gotta make a big fuss and bask in the adulation of online strangers?

    It just feels so.. hacky.

    Anyway, enough. Here are some fat dogs in a bathtub.

     

  12. Anonymous said: I'm confused- I checked out Ami's blog and I found no noncon porn/peens anywhere?

    There’s a second nsfw blog that I had to dig a little bit to find. I don’t know how to judge whether cartoons are consenting to sex but either way that’s not a good look on someone trying to get a show on Nickelodeon

     

  13. Anonymous said: The Miss Officer project is bad because the creator Ami likes to draw non-con and shota, generally including a trans character as the victim. She openly fetishizes rape and pedophilia. The slur in her old URL isn't the issue.

    I found that persons tumblr and it’s full of pee pees and cartoons doing the nasty. Its disgusting

     

  14. Anonymous said: C'mon man- what happened to the time you didn't respond to dumb asks but instead posted pics of ridiculous animals. I miss that shit!

     
  15. This looks cool for the five seconds between seeing it and realizing the entire phone is being held up by a flimsy connector less than a centimeter wide

    Growing up as a magician, my goal has always been to add magic into every aspect of my life. I’ve always been fascinated with the concept of levitation. Something about an object just floating in midair has always appealed to my creative side.  Introducing magic into our everyday lives has become a personal challenge for me. I wanted to develop a stand that would allow my phone to float above my desk in a useful way while attracting some amused attention. 

    Impress your friends with the sleight-of-hand required to make a piece of micro-USB disappear into your phone’s charging port!!!!! The highlight of the video is 2 minutes in when he tries to demonstrate using the phone as the stand holds it up. The first time he holds it in place from the top with his other hand but the second time he forgets and it starts wobbling all over the place