ElfGrove
You Cannot Rest Here

cacklefrendly:

feelinranty:

meeplol:

Have you ever played a video game where you have to sleep to recover? They only let you do it if everything is safe. Otherwise they won’t let you sleep. You’ll get a message, saying “You cannot sleep now, there are monsters nearby.”

Now, remember the last time you just couldn’t get to sleep?

I do.

Don’t you fuckin do this to me

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So, I’m not wanting to derail anyone’s posts, so just a quick my thoughts on the Gal Godot’s comment on the current strife in Gaza.

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detonation-dusk:

God bless the cosplayers who buy full replica costumes. They support costume/prop makers from around the world.

God bless the cosplayers who throw together their costumes from charity shops and old clothes. Your resourcefulness and productivity is to be admired.

God bless the cosplayers who make their costumes from scratch. Your creativity and skill is incredible and inspiring.

God bless cosplayers, for letting us all for just one day be more than who we are.

wahrsager:

sizvideos:

Video - Follow our Tumblr

Wow this is so adorable I can’t even

eveshka:

elfgrove:

xaynie:

elfgrove:

eveshka:

Not 100% certain of the veracity, but.

Yeah. I’ve seen this a couple of spots and am also unsure of 1) how much truth is in the story and 2) the actual circumstances.

But it’s worrisome  when we come out of SDCC to word of this, a hit & run during the Zombie Walk leaving a 64-year-old woman with a broken arm (they keep saying the group she as with wasn’t part of the zombie walk, but it also reads like the group may have been ZW stragglers and the 8-year-old SD event is trying very hard to avoid association), and I’ve also been hearing rumors of a shooting (but when that’s also what they call filming a movie, it’s hard to track that news down).

I’ve been following the  Zombiewalk incident and have seen too many videos. Most of the people there were bystanders / regular comic-con attendees. Only 1 or 2 people happen to be dressed up as zombies so it’s hard to say they are part of an almost 900 people walk…I’m just pissed the driver got off scott free even though he  ran over an old lady and videos clearly show him as the initial aggressor. And oh, I’ve read mixed reports regarding whether he turned himself in or that he was stopped by a cop for speeding.

Geeze Louise.

According to reports I’m seeing regarding the cosplayer in the main post, there has been an arrest made of a 29 year old man in relation to the charges.

SDCC has to step up and fix this or people won’t go back.

Yep. I also posted a link to a article with updates this morning. Other reports say the girl is in ICU with brain bleeding. Depending on the severity and the ability of doctors to handle it, it could become a murder case.

SDCC has made some increased detail to their harassment policy which was emailed out before con, but it’s still vague and largely useless. I don’t know that they can be made to care knowing every attendee that leaves will be swiftly replaced. They’re more concerned with public appearances and lawsuits than attendee safety.

Some people may point out the Milly incident seems to have occurred at the Marriott next door to the convention center and thusly not in the con. However, that hotel is an official con venue with some security and police presence, used for panels, staff organization rooms, and the Nintendo Lounge — so it wasn’t really off-site.

xaynie:

the-law-is-absolute:

Share this to every news station blaming the parade-goers! No one did anything to his car until he already endangered some by lurching forward and honking! We didn’t deserve this! 

This video clearly shows the initial aggressor. What would you do if a car kept lurching forward into a crowd full of people? This is a stop sign intersection. Pedestrians have right of way. Anyone who drives downtown during SD Comic Con isn’t making the best decision or knows that it will take forever to get anyway. This guy just had road rage and is using his disability as an excuse to run over people.

xaynie:

elfgrove:

eveshka:

Not 100% certain of the veracity, but.

Yeah. I’ve seen this a couple of spots and am also unsure of 1) how much truth is in the story and 2) the actual circumstances.

But it’s worrisome  when we come out of SDCC to word of this, a hit & run during the Zombie Walk leaving a 64-year-old woman with a broken arm (they keep saying the group she as with wasn’t part of the zombie walk, but it also reads like the group may have been ZW stragglers and the 8-year-old SD event is trying very hard to avoid association), and I’ve also been hearing rumors of a shooting (but when that’s also what they call filming a movie, it’s hard to track that news down).

I’ve been following the  Zombiewalk incident and have seen too many videos. Most of the people there were bystanders / regular comic-con attendees. Only 1 or 2 people happen to be dressed up as zombies so it’s hard to say they are part of an almost 900 people walk…I’m just pissed the driver got off scott free even though he  ran over an old lady and videos clearly show him as the initial aggressor. And oh, I’ve read mixed reports regarding whether he turned himself in or that he was stopped by a cop for speeding.

Geeze Louise.

xaynie:

elfgrove:

Monthly Girls Nozaki Kun is kind of a gift. I’m loving it.

Same here! I can’t wait for Ep. 5. The blue haired girl is awesome.

She really is! Absolutely priceless.

I love the two red heads and their growing friendship.

There’s some updates now, there has been an arrest and charges made. Other reports [link] are indicating her injuries are pretty severe to the point that the girl is in ICU with bleeding in her brain.

What a sad situation.