Marginally mediocre.

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People silently struggle from all kinds of terrible things. They suffer from depression, ambition, substance abuse, and pretension. They suffer from family tragedy, Ivy-League educations, and self-loathing. They suffer from failing marriages, physical pain, and publishing. The good thing about politeness is that you can treat these people exactly the same. And then wait to see what happens. You don’t have to have an opinion. You don’t need to make a judgment. I know that doesn’t sound like liberation, because we live and work in an opinion-based economy. But it is. Not having an opinion means not having an obligation. And not being obligated is one of the sweetest of life’s riches.

— Paul Ford

(Source: medium.com)

Ehhhnnnggmmfff.

Ehhhnnnggmmfff.

If D&D were anything like real life, your player character would just lose like two points of charisma for every year after 30.

Melissa’s boss caught a bunch of tuna so we tested it out tonight. There was a sushi restaurant on Valencia in San Francisco I loved that did this lightly seared hamachi with ponzu and crispy shoestring width onions on top. The plate on the right is as close an approximation to it as I think I can get. Fuck it’s good though. Super easy to make. The hardest part is slicing the onions uniformly thin enough. On the left is just some silly avocado cucumber roll with daikon sprouts.

Melissa’s boss caught a bunch of tuna so we tested it out tonight. There was a sushi restaurant on Valencia in San Francisco I loved that did this lightly seared hamachi with ponzu and crispy shoestring width onions on top. The plate on the right is as close an approximation to it as I think I can get. Fuck it’s good though. Super easy to make. The hardest part is slicing the onions uniformly thin enough. On the left is just some silly avocado cucumber roll with daikon sprouts.

Life hack: make sushi at home instead of going out.

RIP this dumb junebug that clumsily landed in my coffee and drowned. He dead.

RIP this dumb junebug that clumsily landed in my coffee and drowned. He dead.

I’ve been reading too many comment sections on blog posts about misogyny in video games lately and it seems like the best argument most dudes have is "hey this thing that is maybe similar to some lady situation has happened to me once or twice [spoiler: it’s not similar] and I’m fine so your experience and anything you have to say is invalid.” Anyhoo, I’m gonna go blackout for a little bit. Wish me luck!