Just watched the first two leaked episodes..
By Dylan Stableford | The Sideshow
Ben & Jerry’s, the Vermont proprietor of ice-cream activism, has produced a limited-edition batch of apple pie-flavored pints—called “Apple-y Ever After”—to show its support for same-sex marriage in the U.K., where a gay rights organization has drafted a bill to legalize weddings between same-sex couples.
The apple pie ice cream—available in U.K. scoop shops—includes pieces of apple and chunks of pie crust, and a cartoon of two androgynous people in tuxedos atop a wedding cake on the carton.
Ben & Jerry’s Europe launched a letter-writing campaign to urge members of parliament to support gay marriage, and even created a Facebook app so social network users can marry their same-sex friends, “because everyone is equal and deserves to live Apple-y Ever After!”
This isn’t the first time Ben & Jerry’s has dabbled in same-sex rights advocacy. In 2009, the company renamed “Chubby Hubby” to “Hubby Hubby” in support of gay marriage legislation in its home state.
“Sticking up for civil rights by a progressive company like Ben & Jerry’s goes together like big chunks and swirls in ice cream,” Sean Greenwood, a spokesman for Ben & Jerry’s U.S. operation, wrote in an email to Yahoo News.
If I could I would buy ALL THE ICE CREAM.
Just opened up a new Blog: Character Cookbook
This is a blog where I’ll be posting stuff to help with character creation, repost things like RP rabbit when it’s pertinant. I’ve been getting asked by quite a few people lately, about my process for character creation and for help with getting all those little details into a character, so here it is:
I won’t promise to update every day, but I will do my best to remember to put up a little something.
Feel free to ask questions in my Ask box, or to leave suggestions there, as well.
I swear we are. Some greater force in the universe just ‘knows’ and sends the weak, the weary, the lost and the hungry our home. Last August a Cockatiel, lost and flying loose for at LEAST a week finds its way to our back yard. We set a cage out, in he hops. For the next 7 months, drives us crazy with his noise. We just held on to him until he found the perfect forever home. A disabled veteren who only recently lost the love of his life.. a female cockatiel he’d had with him for 12 years. Ranger couldn’t have found a better place to spend the rest of his life.
Now, less than a week after the bird finds a home, an older boxer dog comes ambling into the back yard. Huffing and puffing up a storm - exhausted. We feed him. Water him. Find where he lives and are amazed that he made it across 4 lanes of highway during rush hour unscathed. His owners are delighted to have him found.
1.5 years ago, the Monstercat comes into our lives and now lives with us.
We have a pretty steady stream of the lost and the straying, who are found, fixed, and rehomed.
Must be Karma, or something.