No one knows how much this photo means to me. This is Issun, in my bedroom. In the room his brother lives in. His brother is right off camera, to the left. In the same room. Less than a meter away. They smelled each other and started to groom, then back on Flickr.

No one knows how much this photo means to me.

This is Issun, in my bedroom. In the room his brother lives in. His brother is right off camera, to the left.
In the same room. Less than a meter away.

They smelled each other and started to groom, then backed away.

This is the first time they’ve interacted like this in over three YEARS. There was no hiding, no growling, and body language wasn’t showing signs of aggression on either cat.

Issun wanted back out again, so I let him back out.

I think I’m about to get my cute kitties back. I’ve missed then so much.







ya’know, maybe the reason rural, small-town people don’t trust national media is because national news outlets pretty much ignore 85% of the country.

nebraska is literally flooded, at least one person has died and three are missing, 60 thousand have evacuated… and the first cnn article about this went up like ten minutes ago and only mentioned flooding around omaha.

like. i’m from omaha and i’m frustrated by the lack of attention the rest of our state is getting. someone died, and you’re not going to mention that? how was this not a story worth reporting this morning? are nebraskan farmers and small-town citizens not just as important as the californians displaced by wildfires, or southern/east coast people affected by hurricanes?

when we complain about nebraska being ignored, we’re not really talking about not having shows set in nebraska, as much as we might want that. we’re talking about this — thousands of people losing their homes, their livelihood, and yet no one seems to think it’s worth mentioning.

when hurricanes devastated the south last year, nebraskans donated what we could to help those affected. we sent trucks filled with donated items and coordinated with shelters and organizations to make sure we actually sent things that were needed. i’m just saying, it would be nice to see some of that support in turn. even if it’s just bringing attention to this.

At the very least you would think that the farmlands that feed most of the US being flooded would be important to someone other then us Nebraskans. But we are ignored. At best Omaha is briefly mentioned. At worst we’re ridiculed and looked down upon because we’re just some dumb hicks with a boring state and a laughing stalk of a football team.

I’m terrified for my fellow Nebraskans because even us in the city don’t have enough money to be the only ones who donate. This needs more recognition because more people will die because of exposure after the fact.

USA Today article

Omaha World Herald Article

Article with links to various places to donate

I live in Fremont Nebraska. We are literally a fucking island right now. There is no way in or out of town. Half our town is flooded and the water is still expecting to rise. Two of my friends have lost their homes and one lost pets. 

The thing about the flooding is that the other half of Nebraska is experiencing blizzards. Our whole state is in anarchy right now. There’s no water left in fremont. Two of our leveys have broke and our dam is being held together through sheer fucking will. This is fucking terrifying okay? Even if me and my family wanted to leave we CAN’T. If fremont get’s flooded anymore where are we going to evac to? We can’t. We can’t get out of town. Why has this not been a fucking emergency yet?

Currently my family is okay, but were close to losing our home too. 

If you can spare anything please. PLEASE Donate. Nebraska is in need of a lot of help right now…

I live smack-dab in the middle of the state, four hours away from Omaha, and these are some pictures my friends and family have taken.

There are so many bridges out, so many roads impassable. Hundreds of people are stranded.

See this little island? Zoom in. Those are cows. Stranded, freezing, with no food, in the middle of calving season.

People have been losing 3 out of every 5 baby cows, because they are freezing in the mud before farmers and ranchers can even get to them.

This is my Uncle’s house, on the left

It’s a two story, and that water is six feet below the roof. They have my grandparent’s camper parked next the the barn (on the right) and you can’t even see it. My uncle has three young kids, the oldest of which has severe cerebral palsy, and now they’re living out of a hotel. My aunt only had time to pack two suitcases for the five of them. They had to leave everything else.

Really you guys, Nebraska has been flooded before, we have tornadoes every year, our temperatures are just as extreme as Chicago or Phoenix – but this is so much worse than any of that. I know there are worse things going on in the world, but this is happening too, and it’s going to impact so much more than most people think it will. Nebraska is a huge supplier of beef, pork, corn, and soybeans. Just in my hometown we have a huge Tyson processing plant that is weeks behind in production because the trucks can’t get through, and it’s costing a lot of people their jobs. This is serious.

Help if you can guys! It’s some of the worst flooding Nebraska has ever seen and every little bit helps. Signal boost.

Let’s Play Might and Magic VII: For Blood and Honor.

I’ve completed a LP of one of the paths (there are two total) of Might and Magic VII. Feel free to watch it if that interests you!


Very Interesting Plant

The act of growing Tabby Plants is very susceptible to overcrowding, as they grow quite quickly. When you see one of the plants look like they’re squinting, you should replant in multiple pots.