CidRunsFunny

You can ask me anything~ :3   everything here is cats and video games. I'm a professional voice actor that none of you will ever find the true identity of relating to this tumblr. I also am a raw vegan and have a tumblr for that rawveganreview.tumblr.com because that's the only part of my life that isn't anime or video games or cats

earloffabulousness:

Person: You should try dressing normal for once

Me:image

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— 7 hours ago with 18800 notes

airzonk:

7thjojo:

After several months in the making, the 7th Stand User English Translation is finally complete! Thanks to everyone who supported me during this project, especially Clayman for not only giving me her blessing but being super cooperative and encouraging throughout.

There’s still much more to do, of course - even though it’s a fan-game, it is also a big game and the result of over 5 years of work on the creator’s part. You could play it 10 times over and still not find everything, which is why I plan to put up a guide sometime soon. In addition, since I was the only one working on the game and I’m not the greatest when it comes to catching errors, I’m putting this out as a beta - I’m going to try and put out an updated version once I get a little more feedback on the translation. Until then, enjoy! Please check the readme as I’ve included an FAQ for common issues that come up when running the game, but if you have a problem that isn’t covered there, don’t hesitate to tell me.

Download here (22MB .zip)

Excited and also nervous because as much as I went through this with a fine-toothed comb I’m still gonna wake up with a bunch of messages because I accidentally uploaded a .zip full of my baby photos or something. Oh well. Probably the fatigue talking.

Really can’t wait to see what people think of it, though - it’s a super nuanced game that’d I’d recommend to any RPG fan, not just those into JoJo’s, and I tried to do a translation that did justice to the amount of love put into it. Here’s hoping I succeeded at least a little bit!

can i marry the jojos (note: i do not want kakyoin)

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— 7 hours ago with 65 notes
#thx for the namedrop maud i love u ;-;  #jojos 

brolininthetardis:

i want a prequel to veggie tales where the humans who occupy that kitchen are flipping the fuck out as their fruits and vegetables slowly become self-aware and begin to sing about jesus

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— 7 hours ago with 102460 notes
thatvegancosplayer:

queerveganism:

veganresources:

Do you ever want to eat something similar to tuna, without all the death and destruction behind it?
Well you’re in luck because now there’s a healthy, meaty sushi without the fish. A natural, eco-friendly alternative to raw tuna, invented by one of America’s top chefs. It’s all vegan and gluten-free.
Looks amazing, but they still need funding! Less than $1000 to go. If you donate $25, you’ll receive a FREE package. If anything, you should donate a little, so I can get to try it.
Donate to their kickstarter here

tw for the video — contains photo of dead fishes, at 1.15-1.37 (with brief cutbacks)
also I know lots of people are freaked out and disgusted by non-vegan food that looks vegan, but I think we can all appreciate that this is often the point where people change to vegan

WANT WANT WANT

thatvegancosplayer:

queerveganism:

veganresources:

Do you ever want to eat something similar to tuna, without all the death and destruction behind it?

Well you’re in luck because now there’s a healthy, meaty sushi without the fish. A natural, eco-friendly alternative to raw tuna, invented by one of America’s top chefs. It’s all vegan and gluten-free.

Looks amazing, but they still need funding! Less than $1000 to go. If you donate $25, you’ll receive a FREE package. If anything, you should donate a little, so I can get to try it.

Donate to their kickstarter here

tw for the video — contains photo of dead fishes, at 1.15-1.37 (with brief cutbacks)

also I know lots of people are freaked out and disgusted by non-vegan food that looks vegan, but I think we can all appreciate that this is often the point where people change to vegan

WANT WANT WANT

— 8 hours ago with 386 notes
#ultra want 

oxblivxn:

SHOUTOUT TO EVERYONE TAKING A STAND AGAINST SAM PEPPER

(via american-slothic)

— 9 hours ago with 52641 notes
#destroy this man 
thegreenwolf:

cidrunsfunny:

khstar126:

thegreenwolf:

Apparently someone didn’t grow up in a farming community. Kids on farms with livestock tend to learn pretty early on about the realities of where meat comes from. It’s not some horrible “OH MY GOD YOU KILLED THE CUTE LITTLE PIG HOW DARE YOU” message that they get, but “We’ve cared for this pig* for this amount of time, and now’s the time we kill it so we have meat (or sell it so we have money to pay the bills)”. Yes, there are farm kids who grow up to be vegan, but plenty don’t.
There’s a huge disconnect between American culture and the realities of our food and where it comes from, across the board. This leads not only to ignorance like the above sign, but also the horror of modern factory farms. There are much more humane ways to kill an animal for meat than the mass-production lines, just as there are more eco-friendly ways to grow produce than growing huge fields of nothing but one crop, with pesticides and chemical fertilizers for all. The problem with “OMG YOU EAT MEAT? YOU MONSTER!” attitudes is that they keep distancing people from reality; most people don’t respond well to guilt, and therefore won’t investigate their options. Because when you present your way as the ONLY way, people who don’t adhere to that way will turn back to whatever they were doing because your way doesn’t work for them. 
But if we encourage everyone to learn about where food comes from, then let people make their own educated decisions, then we have more of a chance of making things better. It may not match everyone’s idea of “better”, because there are always going to be people who eat meat and some other people make it their business to not like that. But I’d rather have people eating meat from free-range farms and humane kills (and have THAT be the subsidized, affordable source) than the way things are now. Encouraging curiosity and open inquiry, not political fundamentalism and guilt-slinging, seems to be a better way to bring that about.
(* And there’s a good reason they tell you as a kid to stay away from the pig pen. Pigs are NOT safe to be around, especially when full grown, and they have been known to eat people who got into their pens. We’re not sending adorable little cute things to the slaughterhouse.)

My grandfather cooked all kinds of shit. I once saw a fully skinned animal (still don’t know if it was a deer or what) hanging, the head of a pig, and I’ve helped him pluck chickens. That includes watching him slap one around then chop its head off. Then I take off the feathers and he opens them up and removes the insides.Oh and we had a peach and pecan tree. Yip yip.

Dude, I really don’t understand why people think family farm where animals are cleanly slaughtered without complication = industrial slaughter house.
If you manage to get all of your meat from a friendly place with care for animals that’s a little better, but slaughter houses are horrifying, dangerous for the people working there and gives them psychological damage over the years, and it’s where you’ll be getting practically all of your meat products unless you make a serious effort to eat only family farm stuff.
This post isn’t about family farms, it’s about slaughter houses. It’s about watching the malfunctions in the system while an animal is still alive and living without it’s skin freaking out, or watching some dude lose an arm. You can’t ignore that bullshit because you grew up on a fun family operation with butchering of dead animals. It’s not the same thing.

…aaaand you completely missed my original points which is are:
—The distancing between us and our food is how abusive systems occur, both with animal and plant based foods, and 
—That encouraging people to be more aware of where their food comes from WITHOUT shoving a one-true-solution at them is a more effective way to create change than guilt tripping them through shocking signs.

I didn’t miss your point, I disagreed with it.  (no disrespect)-I agree with the distancing between us and our food allows an abusive system to occur, but that aside, to say that meat itself isn’t a problem isn’t true.  It takes around ten times the resources to produce a pound of beef as it does a pound of broccoli.  And, once again, no disrespect, but you pointed this out specifically with an image criticizing slaughter houses, not small farms.  Those are horrifying, and they’re the only way people can consume the amount of meat and animal products they do.  Which isn’t sustainable in terms of the resources put into it.  Without that system and the level of subsidies it receives, it’d be impossible to eat anywhere near the amount of meat someone does now, unless it’s maybe one meal with meat every two weeks.  It’s not an ethical choice.-Okay, look, slaughter house images and the painful stuff animals go through to get that level of meat to market are not “shocking” and it’s not “guilt tripping” to bring that to the attention to the american consumer.  It’s extremely mundane, and it’s not about the consumer, it’s about the unlawful practices the animals are going through for something ultimately completely needless.  That’s the problem.  Small family farms are kinder to animals, but still take up a large amount of resources to produce meat, and they’re still ultimately killing an animal when there’s no need to.  And family farms aren’t comparable choices to factory farming because they can’t make up the consumers demand for animal products. Unless the demand was to become extremely small, and meat isn’t something that can be produced for much profit and sold at lower prices without large subsidies given out by the government, which is extremely unethical in itself.  Because when you subsidize a food that costs so much to produce ineffectively through lobbying, that’s not helpful for someone in poverty.  Consider how it would be if subsidization couldn’t be lobbied, and it was still used to help Americans afford groceries.  Stuff that already costs a small amount like beans, fruit, veggies, and wheat would drop to reasonable prices and be affordable to people who really need it, instead of meat, which most people really don’t.  I stopped eating meat when I had severe anemia, and now almost fourteen years later, I’m extremely healthy in every aspect of my life.If you wanna talk more about this pls send me an ask and maybe we can skype or something, I don’t really wanna clog my dash.  And once again, no disrespect.  I have an aunt who runs a small farm too in California.  I have no delusions about this topic.

thegreenwolf:

cidrunsfunny:

khstar126:

thegreenwolf:

Apparently someone didn’t grow up in a farming community. Kids on farms with livestock tend to learn pretty early on about the realities of where meat comes from. It’s not some horrible “OH MY GOD YOU KILLED THE CUTE LITTLE PIG HOW DARE YOU” message that they get, but “We’ve cared for this pig* for this amount of time, and now’s the time we kill it so we have meat (or sell it so we have money to pay the bills)”. Yes, there are farm kids who grow up to be vegan, but plenty don’t.

There’s a huge disconnect between American culture and the realities of our food and where it comes from, across the board. This leads not only to ignorance like the above sign, but also the horror of modern factory farms. There are much more humane ways to kill an animal for meat than the mass-production lines, just as there are more eco-friendly ways to grow produce than growing huge fields of nothing but one crop, with pesticides and chemical fertilizers for all. The problem with “OMG YOU EAT MEAT? YOU MONSTER!” attitudes is that they keep distancing people from reality; most people don’t respond well to guilt, and therefore won’t investigate their options. Because when you present your way as the ONLY way, people who don’t adhere to that way will turn back to whatever they were doing because your way doesn’t work for them. 

But if we encourage everyone to learn about where food comes from, then let people make their own educated decisions, then we have more of a chance of making things better. It may not match everyone’s idea of “better”, because there are always going to be people who eat meat and some other people make it their business to not like that. But I’d rather have people eating meat from free-range farms and humane kills (and have THAT be the subsidized, affordable source) than the way things are now. Encouraging curiosity and open inquiry, not political fundamentalism and guilt-slinging, seems to be a better way to bring that about.

(* And there’s a good reason they tell you as a kid to stay away from the pig pen. Pigs are NOT safe to be around, especially when full grown, and they have been known to eat people who got into their pens. We’re not sending adorable little cute things to the slaughterhouse.)

My grandfather cooked all kinds of shit. I once saw a fully skinned animal (still don’t know if it was a deer or what) hanging, the head of a pig, and I’ve helped him pluck chickens. That includes watching him slap one around then chop its head off. Then I take off the feathers and he opens them up and removes the insides.
Oh and we had a peach and pecan tree. Yip yip.

Dude, I really don’t understand why people think family farm where animals are cleanly slaughtered without complication = industrial slaughter house.

If you manage to get all of your meat from a friendly place with care for animals that’s a little better, but slaughter houses are horrifying, dangerous for the people working there and gives them psychological damage over the years, and it’s where you’ll be getting practically all of your meat products unless you make a serious effort to eat only family farm stuff.

This post isn’t about family farms, it’s about slaughter houses. It’s about watching the malfunctions in the system while an animal is still alive and living without it’s skin freaking out, or watching some dude lose an arm. You can’t ignore that bullshit because you grew up on a fun family operation with butchering of dead animals. It’s not the same thing.

…aaaand you completely missed my original points which is are:

—The distancing between us and our food is how abusive systems occur, both with animal and plant based foods, and 

—That encouraging people to be more aware of where their food comes from WITHOUT shoving a one-true-solution at them is a more effective way to create change than guilt tripping them through shocking signs.

I didn’t miss your point, I disagreed with it.  (no disrespect)

-I agree with the distancing between us and our food allows an abusive system to occur, but that aside, to say that meat itself isn’t a problem isn’t true.  It takes around ten times the resources to produce a pound of beef as it does a pound of broccoli.  And, once again, no disrespect, but you pointed this out specifically with an image criticizing slaughter houses, not small farms.  Those are horrifying, and they’re the only way people can consume the amount of meat and animal products they do.  Which isn’t sustainable in terms of the resources put into it.  Without that system and the level of subsidies it receives, it’d be impossible to eat anywhere near the amount of meat someone does now, unless it’s maybe one meal with meat every two weeks.  It’s not an ethical choice.

-Okay, look, slaughter house images and the painful stuff animals go through to get that level of meat to market are not “shocking” and it’s not “guilt tripping” to bring that to the attention to the american consumer.  It’s extremely mundane, and it’s not about the consumer, it’s about the unlawful practices the animals are going through for something ultimately completely needless.  That’s the problem.  Small family farms are kinder to animals, but still take up a large amount of resources to produce meat, and they’re still ultimately killing an animal when there’s no need to.  

And family farms aren’t comparable choices to factory farming because they can’t make up the consumers demand for animal products. Unless the demand was to become extremely small, and meat isn’t something that can be produced for much profit and sold at lower prices without large subsidies given out by the government, which is extremely unethical in itself.  Because when you subsidize a food that costs so much to produce ineffectively through lobbying, that’s not helpful for someone in poverty.  Consider how it would be if subsidization couldn’t be lobbied, and it was still used to help Americans afford groceries.  Stuff that already costs a small amount like beans, fruit, veggies, and wheat would drop to reasonable prices and be affordable to people who really need it, instead of meat, which most people really don’t.  I stopped eating meat when I had severe anemia, and now almost fourteen years later, I’m extremely healthy in every aspect of my life.

If you wanna talk more about this pls send me an ask and maybe we can skype or something, I don’t really wanna clog my dash.  And once again, no disrespect.  I have an aunt who runs a small farm too in California.  I have no delusions about this topic.

— 12 hours ago with 2662 notes
#veganism 

Just got back home finally- The game I voiced as the protag is getting a lot of good feedback for the voices, I’m really excited!! :33

If anyone wants my voice acting blog to know what voice work I’ve been in send me an ask, I don’t want to really openly share my acting career stuff on my fandom/animal rights blog.

— 13 hours ago with 2 notes
#irl adventures 
stilltheweirdkid:

pablo-is-love:

troyesaurus:

thegeekyblonde:

spookiestbackslider:

this is what sam fucking pepper tweeted out to his 1.16 million twitter followers today
in this fucking piece of trash video he walks around on the street harassing and groping women and tries to play it off as a prank, when the women are very obviously uncomfortable with the situation
he is vile human garbage!!! who also made a video at venice beach like two years ago where he made out with women without their consent! wow!
AND he somehow allowed to attend vidcon 2014? like???? holy fuck????
fuck sam pepper!! honestly what a shitbag, he’s poisonous to our communities and should be vehemently rejected from every online space

i’m gonna make a prank video called “beat up la prank vloggers”

He also made a video where he handcuffed girls to him and he wouldn’t let them go until they kissed him… a piece of trash




Haha tom ^

stilltheweirdkid:

pablo-is-love:

troyesaurus:

thegeekyblonde:

spookiestbackslider:

this is what sam fucking pepper tweeted out to his 1.16 million twitter followers today

in this fucking piece of trash video he walks around on the street harassing and groping women and tries to play it off as a prank, when the women are very obviously uncomfortable with the situation

he is vile human garbage!!! who also made a video at venice beach like two years ago where he made out with women without their consent! wow!

AND he somehow allowed to attend vidcon 2014? like???? holy fuck????

fuck sam pepper!! honestly what a shitbag, he’s poisonous to our communities and should be vehemently rejected from every online space

i’m gonna make a prank video called “beat up la prank vloggers”

He also made a video where he handcuffed girls to him and he wouldn’t let them go until they kissed him… a piece of trash

Haha tom ^

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— 17 hours ago with 40223 notes

grapeyguts:

shinkawa you should have known better

He looks so broken by the end

(Source: jordanong, via shivi-vivi)

— 17 hours ago with 14584 notes

shereadsbooks:

I will always be grateful for how this was depicted in the film.

(Source: hernance, via gayturians)

— 1 day ago with 563137 notes