AN ANNOUNCEMENT TO Y’ALL READING.
So, you’re probably a follower of the8thstone.tumblr.com. Recently, I’ve been injected with massive fandom (coughSupernatural) angst and would basically flood this blog with many fandom (coughSupernatural) reblogs.
Since this was always meant to be a personal blog, idk, I AM MOVING ALL SUPERNATURAL/FUTURE FANDOM CONTENT TO THE LINK ABOVE.
So yeah, if you followed me because of that, you might want to go follow that blog instead.
Meanwhile, I’ll go back to being invisible~
a guy who’s in hate-love with himself and a girl who is also a dog
a snarky angry feminist and a misogynistic manchild
Boys who cannot work out their sexual frustrations.
a pigeon and a murder victim
internet explorer and a very sad man
there is no way to make steven stone x byakuya togami shitty i am very sorry
an obnoxious ghost who won’t leave his brother alone and a manchild with alcoholism
a dead albino guy and a canadian
a buff anal retentive man who physically cannot understand emotions and a overly touchy, loud, italian womanizer.
A murderous possessive sexual blonde and a loud, somewhat obnoxious, clueless boy who stuffs his face with burgers
A slightly obnoxious golden boy and a yandere, possessive coldhearted dick of a boyfriend.
a Tundere English dude and some french guy
scarhead with some messed up hair and luck and a blond rich prissy prat who needs another punch in the face
a girl who’s so blunt she’s bordering verbally abusive and a boy who constantly overestimates his own abilities
For the Writers out there: Common Injuries And How To Treat Them
In my experience, RPers and Writers alike enjoy one thing: Making characters suffer. This little guide is supposed to help you with keeping injuries and the First Aid - in case you want to patch your character back together - realistic.
I am no medical professional, but I dare say I picked up a thing or two during my First Aider training ;)
Under read more for length! Also, trigger warnings for blood, I suppose?
I can’t memorize calc formulas the normal way, so.
Sine & cosine = OTP.
I mean, just look at the Pythagorean identities, the double angle formula, and cofunction identities. They’ve been through it all. And how often do sine and cosine sacrifice their positives for each other when it comes to derivatives and integrals? It’s heartbreaking, I’m telling you. They never cheat on each other either, except for the integrals of tanx and cotx, but the way sine and cosine are trapped in the absolute values and natural logs definitely makes it look like an unhealthy relationship. In fact, I would argue that even tangent and cotangent ship those two, just consider sin/cos and cos/sin!
The relationships of tangent, cotangent, secant, and cosecant are a lot more complicated, however. The obvious choice here seems to be tan/cot and sec/csc, considering their graphs, but the complications come in when you consider their relationships. The evidence begins in precal, where pythagorean identities mark a quiet beginning for 1 + tan^2x = sec^2x and 1 + cot^2x = csc^2x. Then, calculus kicks in, and the evidence for sec/tan and csc/cot is insurmountable. Though everyone seems to do fine in derivatives, tangent and cotangent prove themselves to be heartbreakers when they try to hold up the weight of integrals alone, resulting in the forceful extraction of sine and cosine as mentioned above.
Then there were the arcs. Though the derivatives of arcsinu and arccosu seem only to strengthen sin/cos, a rift begins to appear as the derivatives of arctan and arccot (as well as arcsec and arccsc) correspond, a challenge to sec/tan and csc/cot canon.
All in all, while there is (and will probably continue to be) tension in the tan-cot-sec-csc love triangle/square, sin/cos is clearly a match made in the heavens. As pickup line goes, “If you’re sin^2x and I’m cos^2x, together we’d make one.”
“Today, after a 72 hour shift at the fire station, a woman ran up to me at the grocery store and gave me a hug. When I tensed up, she realized I didn’t recognize her. She let go with tears of joy in her eyes and the most sincere smile and said, “On 9-11-2001, you carried me out of the World Trade Center.”
No, no, no, no, no, no. Making a sexist statement directed against your own gender is not okay, and neither does it make you “better” than the others of your sex.