I find it huge, too, that people don’t look at glasses and think of them as accessibility. Keep in mind that glasses are a comparatively recent human invention and their prevalence is much more recent. If you needed spectacles in the 1700s, well, you might get them but not unless you were a certain type of person in a certain type of place. Same in the 1800s and the 1900s…
What I think is telling about this is that glasses are critical to many peoples’ ability to do their daily jobs…yet they don’t see themselves as using a basic accessibility device.
Long Story Short: You stole my art, used it for commercial purposes, and won’t even respond to my polite inquiries.
Financial and legal complications aside, I hope you understand…
They’re saying it counts as a remix, legally. But 1) it’s not really a remix or transformation to copy and paste a thing (would they have risked this from a company w/lawyers?), 2) It’s just a shitty way to treat artists. Be better. Be better.
I saw this on some website I can’t remember and I had to share it. It’s not mine, but it makes me laugh so much.
THIS IS SO STUPID FUNNY
you think thats great, go see the rest
I need to read all of these.
Sometimes in daily life I like to pretend I’m a time traveler from late medieval Europe and I’m just fucking amazed at my luxurious life
Let me tell you, 14th c me is REALLY impressed with modern me’s easy access to pepper and cinnamon
"you have multiple purple garments? you must be a person of some note"
"these chairs are fantastically luxurious"
"I’ve never seen so much salt in one place"
I am going to start playing this game.
I’m very confused that I’m 28 and not a mother but not infertile.