WHAT IS THE POINT OF A 2DS
ok no, i dont care about this, let them do what they want really, but if games come out for this, that dont work on the 3ds WHICH I JUST BOUGHT BTW, i will get mad and i WILL try to do something about this because the games are expensive enough as it is, like nintendo needs to be stopped ok?
let’s try and clear a few things up
on the inside, the 2DS is exactly the same as the 3DS, the only differences being that the 2DS’s case is different and that it lacks the 3D screen, making it cheaper to manufacture
the 2DS was designed as an entry-level system; something cheaper for middle-to-lower class families who wanted to get their kids a 3DS but didn’t want to / could not pay the price of the standard 3DS model, as well as offering an option for those who aren’t interested in the 3D capabilities or who wouldn’t be able to use them
in short. the 2DS is a budget system! it’s an option for those with less money to spend on video games! and don’t worry, every game compatible with the 3DS will work with the 2DS and vice versa (due to them essentially being the same on the inside, apart from the 3D screen)
hopefully everything is cleared up now!
It’s also a good alternative for people like me who will puke everywhere with the 3D turned on.
Does…Does this mean I can finally play the 3DS Professor Layton game without buying an over-expensive system that I can’t even use the expensive function on?
CAN I FINALLY COMPLETE THE PROFESSOR LAYTON SERIES!?
I should just stay in my star trek bathrobe.
At least I’m wearing snowleapord underwear.
It’s already November 5th, and I don’t even remember when my last post on here was. (Apparently September 17th gaaahhhhh.) Anyway, a lot has been going down which is usually portrayed by my lack of internet conversation. So how about another bullet point update?
~ I’ve been tutoring students for more than a month now. They’ve been making progress, but one of them still gives me some trouble. I refer to him as “A kettle of different fish” due to his odd ability to produce a new issue that needs addressing each week.
~ I turned 23 on September 27th. I took a bunch of my friends to the nickel arcade, then had them over for Avengers and a failed Baked Alaska. There was some strangeness with a pizza man, which I will fill you all in on later.
~ For the last two Saturdays I have been in a special workshop class wherein we let it flow and produced some linoleum cuts and prints. It was bitchin, took away all of my stress, and reminded me why I like to write and Illustrate and how I need to just make things I actually like instead of stressing over assignments. I am far more mentally free now.
~ I’ve been going to a lot of open mics, readings, and lectures in the little gaps of time in my schedule. It’s been remarkable to just see and experience and get feedback on my work and network with others along the way.
~ I think I’m getting sick or have been sick for a solid month and have simply ignored the symptoms, pushing them back where able. But I feel it in my nose right at this moment, and I shall have to do something about it post haste. I know I missed a class because of it without meaning to already, and I don’t want to miss any more. It will have been the 3rd class I’ve missed in my last 4 years of college.
~ I gave two sexual health presentations for Vic, my former Gay and Lesbian Studies professor. She praised me openly and was wonderful to see again and converse with. She says I gave the most comprehensive in-depth presentation of anyone she’s had come in thus far, so that made me super proud.
~ I’ve been spending alternate Thursday nights at a boardgame meetup in the loop. It’s been a great way to decompress and relax and make new friends. I like being able to casually game and pick up new ideas for boxes for the shelf at home.
~ Seeing Amanda Palmer at the Metro on Saturday. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
So that’s where I’m at right now. Two years of illustration neglect is finally working its way out, life is good, pumpkin coffee is available at dunkin donuts. I’ll be back on as soon as I can find the time for tumblr. Until then.
Spent the weekend at Riotfest with Mike. Ordered in Chinese tonight. Then spent a good 2-3 hours cuddled up going through my work with him to compile into a semi-decent slap-dash portfolio. Got back home about 1am. I have to get up at 5am at the latest to catch an early train and print out the larger format pieces for the portfolio. However, I drank a 5 hour energy before I left the apartment so I wouldn’t fall asleep at the wheel so I’m basically on my own.
But Dunkin’s has pumpkin coffee back so I should be fine. And even though my first run portfolio is lack luster, I still feel pretty good about it.
Oh look! It’s my two favorite Sexy Halloween costumes of the year!
You can buy them here and here!
Murdoc & Noodle.
Reblogging to credit the Artist Lily Fox. Love this woman’s work. Go check her whole Gallery!
I remember my grandmother teaching me to make these sweet snacks at random one summer afternoon. I think it was one of the weeks where we were staying at the farm so we could attend swimming lessons. I was watching television and she asked if I wanted a snack before dinner. It takes about 5 minutes so if you’re interested give these a shot:
- Lay out as many saltines as you want on a baking sheet and place a marshmallow on each one.
- Place them in the over at 350 degrees for 5-6 minutes until the marshmallows slightly expand
- take them out of the oven and put a dollop of whatever flavor jam you like on the marshmallows.
Max Yampolskiy designed these silicone genital implants to replace single beads, which tend to move around and not stay in formation.
These all look fantastic. But I fear my reasons for liking them are sexually selfish and not nearly aesthetic.