My grandma borrowed the computer for 2 minutes while i inspected a box.
what the f*CK DID YOU DO WOMAN
It looks like your grandma is trying to get Jurassic park’s electrical system back online
Please don’t remove the artist’s caption/comment when you reblog a drawing/comic/etc.
I obviously can’t speak for everyone, but in my case the caption is often an addition to the joke, and if you take it away, you take away a part of my comic.
Chasing a chessboard
Medieval readers loved to hear and read about king Arthur and his knights of the Round Table. While in some French manuscripts these texts are accompanied by a great deal of spectacular images, some other traditions, such as the Dutch one, have very little decoration accompanying the texts. This 14th-century miniature is exceptional in that it is a rare example of decoration in a medieval Dutch Arthurian novel. We witness how Gawein (“Walewein” in Dutch) is chasing a chess board. He has to catch it, but to do so he first has to ride around doing all sorts of crazy things. What is most striking, of course, is that the chessboard is not drawn in perspective. This technique had not yet been invented and it gives the scene a kind of primitive look. Note how the chessboard does not have the usual 64 fields, but there are only 56. Scholars have suggested this was done to simulate perspective.
Pic: Leiden, University Library, MS LTK 195, fol. 120v (c. 1350).
Test Number Three.
Necropolis will launch at the end of August as an ongoing weekly webcomic. Stay tuned!
I was speaking of how they didn’t care that men were drafted while women were free from forced service. They were perfectly fine to keep that inequality. Women could vote in local elections back then, just…
I’m posting this as reference for any of my feminists followers who have the issue of drafting come up in debates.