Hullo! My name is Epoc or Alec (whichever)
I am 19, living in Washington
~ Monday, September 22 ~
Permalink

52 notes
Permalink
moniquill:

becausegoodheroesdeservekidneys:

trials-of-socrates:

errors-dot-albi:

thatscienceteacher:

theveganarchist:

stfuconservatives:

lesserjoke:

antigovernmentextremist:

gerrycanavan:

Jury nullification. Pass it on.

Jury nullification is so fucking important.

This is something that more people should be aware of, if only because (in many states, at least) defense attorneys are actually prohibited from mentioning it to jurors. The law allows a jury to return a “not guilty” verdict contrary to the facts of the case, but not for the defense to inform them of that power or to argue for its application in the current trial.

I didn’t know about this. Wow.

always reblog

This is SUPER IMPORTANT and also a good reason to show up for jury duty. You know all those laws you think are stupid? This is your chance to maybe do something about it. 

I…. I thought this was common knowledge… signal boosting this because it obviously isn’t!

Did not know this

I’m pretty sure this is true in UKvia, too.

Fun fact: They do not tell you this when you’re called for jury duty and sit through the ‘how to be a juror’ instruction course in the state of RI.

moniquill:

becausegoodheroesdeservekidneys:

trials-of-socrates:

errors-dot-albi:

thatscienceteacher:

theveganarchist:

stfuconservatives:

lesserjoke:

antigovernmentextremist:

gerrycanavan:

Jury nullification. Pass it on.

Jury nullification is so fucking important.

This is something that more people should be aware of, if only because (in many states, at least) defense attorneys are actually prohibited from mentioning it to jurors. The law allows a jury to return a “not guilty” verdict contrary to the facts of the case, but not for the defense to inform them of that power or to argue for its application in the current trial.

I didn’t know about this. Wow.

always reblog

This is SUPER IMPORTANT and also a good reason to show up for jury duty. You know all those laws you think are stupid? This is your chance to maybe do something about it. 

I…. I thought this was common knowledge… signal boosting this because it obviously isn’t!

Did not know this

I’m pretty sure this is true in UKvia, too.

Fun fact: They do not tell you this when you’re called for jury duty and sit through the ‘how to be a juror’ instruction course in the state of RI.


57,542 notes
reblogged via original-zalibar
~ Sunday, September 21 ~
Permalink

(Source: neilcicierega)

Tags: nude tayne
2,650 notes
reblogged via original-zalibar
Permalink

turnabouttransparent:

Transparent Miles, Ema & Franziska from the GS Artbook.


330 notes
reblogged via moogdog
Permalink

(Source: yuuki-mikan)


8,567 notes
reblogged via starrypier
Permalink

(Source: danino666)


3,724 notes
reblogged via lordranandbeyond
Permalink

daethlyhallows:

gryzio:

theinformationdump:

Body Language Cheat Sheet for Writers

As described by Selnick’s article:

Author and doctor of clinical psychology Carolyn Kaufman has released a one-page body language cheat sheet of psychological “tells” (PDF link) fiction writers can use to dress their characters.

Very useful for artists as well! :>

things, reference, writing

Tags: saving for later
311,009 notes
reblogged via ribbonhero
Permalink

12,427 notes
reblogged via cuteanopn
Permalink

kuchipatchi:

oh gosh wow i want this

(Source: amiami.jp)


10,657 notes
reblogged via socksie
Permalink

(Source: cerror)


17,101 notes
reblogged via arcadeslave
Permalink

youngandundecided:

Parks and Recs:

Treat Yo’ Self


781 notes
reblogged via arcadeslave
Permalink Tags: reblogging again
13,697 notes
reblogged via monsterscares
Permalink

art-of-swords:

Tanto Dagger

  • Measurements: overall length 12 1/2 inches (31.75cm); blade length 6 3/4 inches (17.14cm)

The dagger has a tempered along the edge, tip and spine, and fitted with an ivory collar, spacers, and tsuba. The collar is decorated with a wrap-around scene of a small dog and a pig playing with a ball of string, while the top spacer is decorated with a scene of a dragon in flight, and the tsuba is square in profile, with a carved-through, a 3 dimensional scene of a dragon flying in clouds.

The fuchi and kashira are also carved with a dragon themed in ivory, a 2 line signature on the former, with a leather grip wrap and a pair of golden dragon menuki. The tang is signed “Nagahiro Saku”. The weapon has a carved hardwood saya, with a 3 symbol signature and a red inked ivory stamp inside the kogatana slot, carved ivory cloud inlaid panels, raised carved hardwood clouds and dragons with gold eyes, and a contrasting hardwood tip with a carved wraparound scene of a dragon in flight, with ivory inlaid claws and ivory, ebony and gold inlaid eyes.

The blade shows evidence of having been shortened from its original size. It has a square cut at the base eliminating some of the smith’s signature, and a second mekugiana which runs into the decorations of the blade. The temper line is wavy and well defined up to the tip, with the right side engraved with a trident, showing a ribbon wrapped around the shaft, and the left shows a single untranslated symbol over a pair of fullers. The tang is signed with 4 symbols on the right and 7 on the left. Equipped with a brass collar and a shirasaya-pattern hilt and saya.

Source: Copyright © 2014 Rock Island Auctions


985 notes
reblogged via art-of-swords
Permalink
3,057 notes
reblogged via marazione
Permalink

thepacificrimjob:

kaciart:

another-side-o-me:

Meet Clyde…

I don’t know what I was expecting

i expected cute noises


73,538 notes
reblogged via jesslaughingalonewithnewleaf