Broken Pen

No MLP stream today. My Internet connection’s been fickle all day and I don’t trust it to be constantly satisfying for forty minutes in a row.

Sorry, everyone. We’ll try again on Friday.

broken-pen-draws:

Fan art for tumblelog travellerbelle!

broken-pen-draws:

Fan art for tumblelog travellerbelle!

razethisbarn:

Still Crusading (commission for broken-pen)

"Still Crusading’s CMC tiredly trekking through a forest"

Yay for art for a blog that hasn’t even started yet! :2
Want a sketch commission like this? Click here for details.

My new ask blog is far from being started and I’m making people draw for it already.
Also, go commission Cactus, his stuff is great!

razethisbarn:

Still Crusading (commission for broken-pen)

"Still Crusading’s CMC tiredly trekking through a forest"

Yay for art for a blog that hasn’t even started yet! :2

Want a sketch commission like this? Click here for details.

My new ask blog is far from being started and I’m making people draw for it already.

Also, go commission Cactus, his stuff is great!

razethisbarn:

Sketch commissions! All the horse that’s fit to horse starting at $5!

Just contact me at dtcx.97@gmail.com with details on what you want drawn. Could be very specific, or a short brief summary.

Questions may also be directed to said email, or my Tumblr mod-blog.

Gonna stream the season 2 finale of MLP in 30 minutes.

Honestly, just click the link. Every single paragraph is perfect.

The lengthy report, released on Monday by Human Rights Watch, raises questions about the US criminal justice system’s ability to respect civil rights and due process in post-9/11 terrorism cases. It portrays a system that features not just the sting operations but secret evidence, anonymous juries, extensive pretrial detentions and convictions significantly removed from actual plots.

Several cases featured years-long solitary confinement for accused terrorists before their trials. Some defendants displayed signs of mental incapacity. Jurors for the 2007 plot to attack the Fort Dix army base, itself influenced by government informants, were anonymous, limiting defense counsel’s ability to screen out bias.

A federal judge in Virginia permitted into evidence statements made by a defendant while in a Saudi jail in which the defendant, Amed Omar Abu Ali, alleged torture, a longstanding practice in Saudi Arabia. The evidence formed the basis for a conviction, and eventually a life sentence, for conspiracy to assassinate George W Bush.

Gift

nickname-livestream submitted:

I digitally hand colored that hand drawn picture I made you.  Took me like near an hour to get it right, but your worth it.

Thank you, Nick! This is wonderful!

the finale’s near! join in!

MLP stream in 30 minutes