brakken:

conquer yourself

(Reblogged from valar-morghulis)

corderito:

Intentar dormir borracho.

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(Reblogged from pirulesenvinagre)

gabrielverdon:

Here’s my daily sketches from the week of September 9, 2014 - September 15, 2014. I had some extra time so I put together a few more polished character concepts.

(Reblogged from gabrielverdon)

notelocreesnitu:

Copenhague hace obligatorio los techos verdes

La ciudad más grande de Dinamarca aprobó una ley que obliga a los propietarios de nuevos edificios a tener algún tipo de vegetación en sus techos con objetivos de eficiencia ambiental. Además inicia planes de adaptación para edificios antiguos.

Con anterioridad, Toronto, Canadá,  implementó una ley similar que como resultado ha generado 1,2 millones de metros cuadrados verdes en desarrollos comerciales, institucionales y residenciales de varias unidades. 

Estas son sus ventajas

  • Ayudan en inundacionesAbsorben hasta el 80% de la lluvia
  • Reducen las temperaturas urbanas.
  • Protegen la edificación de los rayos UV.
  • Reducen los cambios bruscos de temperatura.
  • Aumentan al doble la vida útil que tendría un techo sin protección.
  • Mejoran la climatización del edificio.
  • Se pueden utilizar las azoteas verdes para cultivar frutas, verduras y flores.
  • Filtra los contaminantes y el CO2 del aire.
  • Actúa como barrera acústica.

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(Reblogged from mandonguilla)
(Reblogged from thefrogman)

gabrielverdon:

I’m reviving my daily sketches. Here’s the week of September 2, 2014 - September 8, 2014.

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(Reblogged from zohbugg)

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(Reblogged from mandonguilla)

laredesbastaeinfinita:

lustyloveylady:

This is still one of the most perfect adaptations ever made

lustyloveylady, You mean… THIS EXACT SCENE right? because the rest of the movie is a terrible adaptation…

[If you haven’t read the comic, major spoilers]

  1. Lucas Lee and Scott never fight, there is no movie set in Toronto, they spend the night talking WITH RAMONA, Lucas, Ramona and Scott, and in the end, Scott challenges Lucas to make the grindy trick for the love of Ramona
  2. Where is the fight between Envy and Ramona Flowers? (Fucking awesome)
  3. Where is the fight with the hundred of robots of the twins?
  4. In the movie, Ramona dyes her hair once every week and a half, in the comics, she dyes her hair every two months, that means, that the movie happens in 1 month and the comic happens in 1 year- (To me, this is the greatest mistake that the movie has)
  5. Where is the real explanation about why the relationship between Stephen and Julie didn’t work out? Because Stephen is gay! and that doesn’t appear in the movie!
  6. In the comic, Ramona and Knives become friends. In the movies, they talk 1 time…
  7. How about Scott’s Birthday? Kim and Knives got drunk and start kissing each other
  8. Roxie and Ramona get on well and Scott gains “The power of love” and the “love sword” in this fight. Not in the fight against Gideon.
  9. Scott gains the extra life after beating Todd Ingram, not after beating the twins
  10. Ramona has a cat and Ramona is still in love with Gideon, she writes a love letter but she never sends it.
  11. Gideon controls Ramona with his powers, not by a microchip
  12. Scott lives some time in another apartament after Wallace kicks him and Ramona refuses to talk to him… in that time, he visits Kim who is in her hometown and fights against Nega Scott
  13. What about Lisa? where is she in the movie? (the girl of the famous “We should have sex, casual sex”)

And a lot of things that I forgot because I read the comic long time ago…

The movie is great and funny, but IT IS NOT A PERFECT ADAPTATION

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(Reblogged from laredesbastaeinfinita)