This is my Magnum Opus. Which is French for “gigantic ope.” Which is Polish for “not really the best set of images I have, just simply the last set of images I have steamed potato water.” It’s hard to translate and I don’t know Polish and I made it up. This is my last set…
Sometimes you have to unsense the nonsense to make it into regular old sense. Some of these are some examples where I just really had no clue what was going on. But like, less than a clue of what’s going on than I normally don’t have. Wait, what?
I think this album is exactly what you’d expect of me. It’s nonsensical. It’s mildly scientifically accurate. It has spiders. And I turned it in late. Enjoy!
Another reminder that you can mail images to me at firstname.lastname@example.org This was a submission from a good teacher friend of mine who is probably much better at his job than me. And if you send me and image (much like this) I will draw on it (much like this) and post it on my…
So I decided to change the format a bit here to steer away from the gallery thing. Not sure if it’s better or worse, and would appreciate any deconstructive criticisms you have. Or feel free to just flood me with compliments as if I were the handsomest boy at a Grandmother convention.
The theme of this week is “science.” Which is kind of the theme for every week… I’m pretty much just admitting I’m out of ideas.
I would like to share a quick exchange from reddit on here: “don’t you think this generation of children won’t really connect with gen-1 pokemon from 20 years ago?” “Wow. No I didn’t think that. Way to make me feel old.” I should have made that dragon into Nicki Minaj.
This album is 1/3 movie references, 2/9 science jokes, 1/9 depressing, 1/2 uplifting, and 9/9 unnecessarily explained by fractions.