Human Stuff

The official blog for illustrator/animator Kat Rush.

I have very recently learned to embrace the skip button. You don’t HAVE to listen to every song in the playlist. There is no cosmic system of karma when it comes to your playlists, you don’t have to listen to the songs you don’t want to in order to listen to the ones you do. It’s OK the playlist does not control you YOU control IT you are a HUMAN you are STRONGER than a computer you have the power to listen to only the songs you like all the time!!!

newlists:
Unlikely to have much to do in the case of a solar flare
All the grasshoppers are at the park, meaning less business from the traditionally friendly and polite grasshopper community
money melts in heat
Delivery drivers get distracted by butterflies and show up late
You have to move to Munich for the summer
Of course, music law requires that you must sing your national anthem at the hottest point of the day
THOSE trousers?
You have to take down all the jenny holzer pieces you put up on the walls
the word “burt” is forbidden
Fire demons will come in and order a pack of regals and be so rude to you
You can’t listen to “get lucky” on repeat
You’re missing the chance to see loads of weird pelican attacks all the time
you can’t anchor your brand new rib along the thames and do some fishing while you’re at work
shirtless workmen
It’s not as good as winter labour, where you pretend to be a bear 24/7 for 6 months of the year 
You’re gonna miss that Chance The Rapper gig you really wanted to go to
Your family will stop in and pester you with one of those enormous sun umbrellas
It’s not a brilliant time to try selling your new line of winter wear
How the heck are you gonna draw any blueprints?
the sun never sets so you’re never allowed to sleep

newlists:

  1. Unlikely to have much to do in the case of a solar flare
  2. All the grasshoppers are at the park, meaning less business from the traditionally friendly and polite grasshopper community
  3. money melts in heat
  4. Delivery drivers get distracted by butterflies and show up late
  5. You have to move to Munich for the summer
  6. Of course, music law requires that you must sing your national anthem at the hottest point of the day
  7. THOSE trousers?
  8. You have to take down all the jenny holzer pieces you put up on the walls
  9. the word “burt” is forbidden
  10. Fire demons will come in and order a pack of regals and be so rude to you
  11. You can’t listen to “get lucky” on repeat
  12. You’re missing the chance to see loads of weird pelican attacks all the time
  13. you can’t anchor your brand new rib along the thames and do some fishing while you’re at work
  14. shirtless workmen
  15. It’s not as good as winter labour, where you pretend to be a bear 24/7 for 6 months of the year 
  16. You’re gonna miss that Chance The Rapper gig you really wanted to go to
  17. Your family will stop in and pester you with one of those enormous sun umbrellas
  18. It’s not a brilliant time to try selling your new line of winter wear
  19. How the heck are you gonna draw any blueprints?
  20. the sun never sets so you’re never allowed to sleep

(via nuditea)

notmusa:

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new shirt/free shipping for like an hour

megpark:

Bird girls, inspired by Moonrise Kingdom

megpark:

Bird girls, inspired by Moonrise Kingdom

theletteraesc:

whiskyandoldspice:

plenilune:

reading-angel:

claudiagray:

This is really the main thing you need to know about a house before you buy.
(Forgive me a moment of former-lawyer nerdity - there is in fact a famous NY court case, Stambovsky v. Ackley, in which the plaintiff bought a house and only later found out it was supposedly haunted. He then sued the former owner, wanting to undo the sale. You’d think the former owner could just go, “pffft, no, there’s no such things as ghosts,” right? But no! They’d previously given newspaper interviews saying they believed in the ghost, which meant they were estopped from denying the ghost now, which meant — the judges declared, settling in for a long deliberation — the house was haunted as a matter of law. They let the plaintiff out of the sale. This is all 100% true.) 

JO!
I’ve reblogged this picture before but not with the story of the legally-haunted house attached to it…

okay, so not only is this way legit, but the court’s majority opinion was FULL OF GHOST PUNS, thus elevating this to the Greatest Thing Ever To Happen.

first of all can we deal with the greatest sentence ever written by any judge since the beginning of time:
"as a matter of law, the house is haunted"
and that is not even touching the puns
"no divination is required to conclude that it is defendant’s promotional efforts…which fostered the home’s reputation"
"plaintiff hasn’t a ghost of a chance"
"i am moved by the spirit of equity"
"applying caveat emptor to a contract involving a house…conjures up visions"
"lest the subject of the transaction come back to haunt him and his client"
"the notion…is a hobgoblin which should be exorcised from the body of legal precedent and laid quietly to rest"
and then this motherfucker quotes hamlet
"pity me not but lend thy serious hearing to what i shall unfold (william shakespeare, hamlet, act i, scene v [ghost])"
and ghostbusters
"a very practical problem arises with respect to the discovery of a paranormal phenomenon: ‘who you gonna call?’"
god bless that judge
god bless

"As a matter of law, the house is haunted": one of the great sentences in American jurisprudence.

theletteraesc:

whiskyandoldspice:

plenilune:

reading-angel:

claudiagray:

This is really the main thing you need to know about a house before you buy.

(Forgive me a moment of former-lawyer nerdity - there is in fact a famous NY court case, Stambovsky v. Ackley, in which the plaintiff bought a house and only later found out it was supposedly haunted. He then sued the former owner, wanting to undo the sale. You’d think the former owner could just go, “pffft, no, there’s no such things as ghosts,” right? But no! They’d previously given newspaper interviews saying they believed in the ghost, which meant they were estopped from denying the ghost now, which meant — the judges declared, settling in for a long deliberation — the house was haunted as a matter of law. They let the plaintiff out of the sale. This is all 100% true.) 

JO!

I’ve reblogged this picture before but not with the story of the legally-haunted house attached to it…

okay, so not only is this way legit, but the court’s majority opinion was FULL OF GHOST PUNS, thus elevating this to the Greatest Thing Ever To Happen.

first of all can we deal with the greatest sentence ever written by any judge since the beginning of time:

"as a matter of law, the house is haunted"

and that is not even touching the puns

"no divination is required to conclude that it is defendant’s promotional efforts…which fostered the home’s reputation"

"plaintiff hasn’t a ghost of a chance"

"i am moved by the spirit of equity"

"applying caveat emptor to a contract involving a house…conjures up visions"

"lest the subject of the transaction come back to haunt him and his client"

"the notion…is a hobgoblin which should be exorcised from the body of legal precedent and laid quietly to rest"

and then this motherfucker quotes hamlet

"pity me not but lend thy serious hearing to what i shall unfold (william shakespeare, hamlet, act i, scene v [ghost])"

and ghostbusters

"a very practical problem arises with respect to the discovery of a paranormal phenomenon: ‘who you gonna call?’"

god bless that judge

god bless

"As a matter of law, the house is haunted": one of the great sentences in American jurisprudence.

(Source: ryulongd, via noctilucent-supercell)

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nuditea:

sia is too weird for this show and i love it i love this performance so much

nomicheese:

Super fun one today! Thank you R :))

nomicheese:

Super fun one today! Thank you R :))

nomicheese:

Thank you M for this rad #ratsofNIMH project!

nomicheese:

Thank you M for this rad #ratsofNIMH project!