Ozzie. 22. Introvert. Internet and Youtube addict. Shenanigans will occur. ....Frequently.
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wow it’s really annoying when you ask a question and someone responds without answering so you rephrase it and try to be more descriptive because maybe you weren’t clear the first time and they respond again getting kind of huffy at you and still don’t answer your question at all
yes i support gay rights yes i would care if you died no i’m not going to reblog that post
yes i’m glad david karp made this website no i will not call him daddy
yes i think cancer is a terrible disease no reblogging that picture wont bring anyone closer to a cure
yes i love pizza yes im going to reblog pizza
it makes me so uncomfortable when people swear at their parents like i would get straight up beaten if i told my mom to shut the fuck up
All I’ve been able to figure out about this FMA figure is that it is marked “FOR USE AS PRIZE IN JAPAN ONLY”, but is also marked as costing 1,500 yen. There are three in the line (Mustang, Edward, and that Lieutenant chick whose name I forget). It was made by Banpresto, and is called “Fullmetal Alchemist Real Figurine Deluxe II”
It has no joints or anything, no stand, no accessories.
Randomly looking up the value of some collectibles I have as I pack them…. A Wolverine bust that I have has almost doubled in value (ish). A FMA figure that I have (that I got for free) is completely unlocateable anywhere on the internet (which I did not think was humanly possible), but similar figures go from $30 to $275. Unfortunately they’re all from Brotherhood, whereas this one is from the original, which could very well have a negative effect.
Then I’ve had to dig up boxes from my imported figures and stuff because they were expensive in the first place and I will not allow them to become damaged in travel (Like my beautiful, beautiful Gunblade model/figure)
The rest of it is neither here nor there and just needs to be put in a box. But reasonably, my mom does not want to have to deal with (especially not knowing if a figure is worth something or not)
Then I get to the books and comics which…….. That’s going to be an adventure. There’s just so many. And I don’t own a comic box unfortunately, so I need to find a suitable way to transport my comics. I can probably find a box that only they will fit in lying around somewhere.
A friend of mine is going to Comic-con in PHX this weekend with this bad-ass Garrus costume. So freakin’ talented! She told me to tell Tumblr that if anyone wanted to see more pics and info on this, they should check in at Red Nebula Studios (http://www.rednebulastudios.com/) where she’ll post more after the Con…
Hoooly crap I thought this was a cutout of the actual character at first. RAD cosplay!
1. 1 in 5 people in the Western world will battle mental illness. The other 4 in 5 will have a friend, relative, classmate or colleague who suffers from mental illness.
2. Mental illness affects a person’s mood, thought processes and actions. It is usually a source of considerable distress.
3. Symptoms vary depending on the person, and range from mild to severe.
4. Approximately 20% of those diagnosed with some form of mental illness will also battle substance abuse.
5. In terms of onset, 70% of mental health problems first appear in childhood or adolescence.
6. The highest reporting age group are those between 15 and 24 years.
7. Males are 2 to 3 times more likely than females to be diagnosed with some kind of substance dependency. Also, 25% of male drinkers fall into the high-risk drinkers category, compared to only 9% of female drinkers.
8. However, females are approximately 1.5 times more likely to meet the criteria for a mood or anxiety disorder than men.
9. Those in the lowest income households are significantly more likely to report having poor to fair mental health than those in the highest income households.
10. A significant proportion (estimated at around one-third) of those requiring mental health services actually receive the help they need. The majority do not.
11. The fact that people are less likely to tell friends or coworkers that a family member has a mental illness indicates that stigma is a major problem.
12. In fact, when interviewed a large number of people admitted that they would stop socialising with a friend who was known to have a serious mental illness.
13. Almost half the population think the term mental illness is simply an excuse for bad behaviour and/ or a lack of personal responsibility.
14. Mental illness is one of the highest causes of disability and premature death.
15. The World Health Organization estimates that depression will be the single largest medical burden on health by the year 2020.