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    when parasite said the rich can afford to be kind, when parasite said global warming is most catastrophic for those least responsible, when parasite said the rich are the ones with access to sunlight, when parasite said the efforts of the working class are invisible to their exploiters, when parasite said water only ever flows from the rich down to the poor and never in reverse, when parasite said the rich are the real parasites for leeching off of their workers' labour

    <>She Came Prepared
    The Daily Politics presenter was chatting to Charlotte and Henrietta about banning unhealthy food in schools.

    chubphlosion

    She came for him

    “well maybe when you were my age you were a dumb piece of shit”

    Heroines.

    Iconic

    farorescourage

    that explains why his generation is working so hard to destroy the fucking planet

    that head nod/eyebrow tilt combo in the last gif is the single most lethal fucking thing I have ever seen in my life

    This is my first coding assignment for my software engineering class that started today. It’s going to be a really good semester.

    UPDATE: I got my grade back and

    “100″

    Since this post has gotten some attention, I feel like it’s worth mentioning that this was just the first half of the assignment.

    The second half, which we weren’t made aware of until the day we were meant to turn this one in, was to trade USB drives with the person sitting next to us and MODIFY their “unreadable” code without getting any help from them.

    This was to teach us two things:

    1) In this field, you’ll spend more time working with code written by other people than you will writing original code from a blank slate. The people who wrote the original code will probably not be around to help you. Learning to read code is IMPORTANT, even if it seems unreadable.

    2) There is a strong brotherhood/sisterhood among programmers and software engineers. Respect that bond when you’re writing code and documentation. In my professor’s words: “When you write code, pretend that the person who will have to maintain it after you’re gone is a homicidal maniac who knows where you live.”

    This class and professor are incredible.

    *This is beautiful omg* 

    SORRY FOR THE VERY PERSONAL COMIC!!

    This is my half of “Unhealthy”, an essay comic double header with the lovely and talented Sarah Winifred Searle. She and I both wrote about our personal experiences as overweight ladies with eating disorders, and her story is breathtaking! You can buy a physical copy of the book here: https://topatoco.com/collections/abby-howard/products/ah-unhealthy

    Or buy a digital PDF here:https://abbyhoward.itch.io/unhealthy

    <>&Walsh Brand Identity

    Same kick-ass creative team. Same studio on Broadway. A new look & name for their new chapter with a new vision. What did it take to brand &Walsh? Like all good things in life, it didn’t come easy. It took many talented people, two months of work, drawing 1,230 ampersands, an existential crisis, a lot of coffee, and 42 migraines.

    Branding uses an ampersand for both the visual identity and tonal expression. This typographic system includes clients, projects, collaborators, experiments & endeavors: hence the (Blank) & Walsh. They’ve drawn 50 final ampersands in their style and will draw a custom ampersand drawn for every new project or team member. The ampersand is one of the most beautiful typographic characters and will challenge themselves to continuously reinvent its form.

    <>&Walsh<> is a creative agency in NYC specializing in branding & advertising. We work with clients starting from the initial brand strategy phase to the design, art direction and final production of a project. We believe in creating beautiful, emotion-driven work that functions for our client’s goals and resonates with their audiences.

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