05 9 / 2014

deanwasneversafe:

The fuck to do you mean for six year olds

All I can think of is the pee…it only takes one…

deanwasneversafe:

The fuck to do you mean for six year olds

All I can think of is the pee…it only takes one…

(Source: funnyandhilarious, via liamdryden)

05 9 / 2014

martinksmith said: Am I right in thinking it's not possible to still buy the distorted Pizza John shirt that you're wearing in the questions video today? It hurts my eyes whenever I see someone wearing it in a video... and I kind of want to own it now.

That is correct…it was a Pizzamas design from a couple years ago. I’d love to see if other people still have there’s…we only sold a couple hundred. Send me your 2012 Pizzamas shirts…if you have them!!

05 9 / 2014

username767 said: Poppy Nintendo

hanklerfishcomic:

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Do not want

Poppy…lol

05 9 / 2014

hazelshaw:

Paper Towns reference!

Seem like it to me!

hazelshaw:

Paper Towns reference!

Seem like it to me!

05 9 / 2014

karenkavett:

hanklerfishcomic:

johngreensmoustache:

"The Vlogbrothers go to Hogwarts"

This is something I’ve been working on for the last few weeks. I decided to do a crossover painting of my two favourite things (it’s kind of a sequel to this I guess) This is also the reason I was asking opinions on Hank’s Hogwarts house and although Hank says he’s a Ravenclaw, I decided to go with Pottermore and Katherine’s opinion on this. Enjoy! ~Sarah

I love this! 

AMAZING

I’m wearing my favorite shirt!

05 9 / 2014

Secret project step 3!

Secret project step 3!

04 9 / 2014

erinmcmom said: Let's say there's a tree (we'll call it "Tree A"). We cut a branch off that tree and plant it in the ground, that branch takes root and begins to grow. At what point does that planted branch stop being "a piece from Tree A" and become Tree B? Does it EVER become "Tree B"? That newly planted branch would be genetically identical to the tree it was cut from although its' growth would be different as it was exposed to slightly different amounts of wind, rain, sunlight, nutrients, etc.

emberandcelica:

edwardspoonhands:

Tree B would simply be a clone of Tree A…genetically identical but a different organism pretty much the moment you disconnected it from Tree A. Just because two things are genetically identical does not make them the same organism (see Jack and Finn Harries.)

Also, a genetically identical tree wouldn’t look the same as another tree as the shape of the tree is determined by environmental, not genetic, factors (as you say.)

So baby groot isn’t the same as original groot then, unless there is alien magic at work

This has also been something of a mystery to me. Like, Groot keeps his memories and consciousness when he’s regrown from a sprig…does that mean you have to find THE PERFECT RIGHT SPRIG that contains all of his Grootness? (This doesn’t seem to be the case if you’ve read the comics.) 

But if that isn’t the case then, theoretically, you could regrow infinite Groots and make a whole Groot army…

04 9 / 2014

erinmcmom said: Let's say there's a tree (we'll call it "Tree A"). We cut a branch off that tree and plant it in the ground, that branch takes root and begins to grow. At what point does that planted branch stop being "a piece from Tree A" and become Tree B? Does it EVER become "Tree B"? That newly planted branch would be genetically identical to the tree it was cut from although its' growth would be different as it was exposed to slightly different amounts of wind, rain, sunlight, nutrients, etc.

Tree B would simply be a clone of Tree A…genetically identical but a different organism pretty much the moment you disconnected it from Tree A. Just because two things are genetically identical does not make them the same organism (see Jack and Finn Harries.)

Also, a genetically identical tree wouldn’t look the same as another tree as the shape of the tree is determined by environmental, not genetic, factors (as you say.)

04 9 / 2014

Obviously this isn’t going to be particularly interesting to many people, but I have received this question several times and I’m always in favor of over-sharing so…

VidCon has never paid a single person to attend our conference. We fly some people out and pay for hotel rooms and do our best to make sure they have a good time, but we don’t pay and I want to talk about why.

First though, I want to be clear that there has never been a person who refused to attend the conference because we couldn’t pay them. We’ve had a couple people request payment but after we explained that we couldn’t pay, they came anyway.

But a lot of meet-ups are starting to pay creators (which I am totally in favor of.) And since VidCon doesn’t pay, I think some people want to make sure that VidCon is being fair to creators, which I think is absolutely valid. I also want to make sure that VidCon is being fair to creators.

Generally, events that pay creators are focused more on a small group of YouTubers or Viners and giving fans access to them. This works well with small groups of attendees and between 10 and 20 creators. 

VidCon’s goal is different. We try to create an accurate reflection of all of online video in real life. That means not 10 or 20 creators, but more like 250 featured creators being supported by the conference. We bring in gamers, beauty gurus, vloggers, educators, non-profits, YouTube employees, musicians, entrepreneurs, comedians, actors, writers, and more.

Now, we could absolutely pay 10 or 20 of those people the going rate, without running into trouble…but which 10 or 20? If we paid many more than that, suddenly the conference would be making zero dollars.

We simply can’t pick. If we paid one person, I honestly believe that we would have to pay hundreds.

And so I would rather spend money making sure that VidCon is valuable as an experience. And of course I know it’s work, it’s hard work. VidCon is not a relaxing time for creators (I know this because I am a creator). I just have to work to try to make VidCon valuable enough that everyone wants to keep coming back.

Of course, whenever someone can’t come for whatever reason, we totally understand. Doing events is extremely taxing, especially for people who struggle with anxiety, so completely understand that not everyone we would like to be there will be able to be there. That’s always been the case.

Finally, we are as ever, in the debt of all of our paying attendees, our sponsors, and the creators who lend their time and expertise despite the fact that we cannot pay them anything, let alone the considerable sums that, we agree, they are worth.

04 9 / 2014

theashleyclements:

I won!?! #streamys #thelbd #thankyou!!!!

WOOOOOO!!!!!

theashleyclements:

I won!?! #streamys #thelbd #thankyou!!!!

WOOOOOO!!!!!