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philosophy-and-coffee: vosh-daemon: theangriestlittleunicorn: csdragon: icecreamsandwichcomics: Unfinished comic from a long time ago that wasn’t ever going to be completed. It makes absolutely no sense, but honestly in its current state i think it’s the funniest thing so I’m not adding to it. Anyway. Posting a video later today. Expect that. Anddd uhh yeah see you then. Fred’s got enough problems containing one eldritch beast Hot take: everyone in the gang is some sort of all powerful being, except for Fred, who is just a dude who managed to harness each of them, befriend them, and rope them into helping him live out his dream of solving mysteries! Release them, Fredward Jones. Your hubris will become your undoing…    Hotter take: Freddy doesn’t actually know. The rest of the gang took those mortal forms to fuck with people but they were so endeared by earnest want to solve mysteries and help people that they’re along for the ride. And hey if Shaggy gets bodyslammed hard enough that it should have snapped his spine and he gets up fine after who notices? And if Velma knows things that she shouldn’t know on occasion, things that would have been impossible to notice without some kind of foresight or omniscience- hey, just a coincidence right? And if Daphne conveniently has a medley of strange skills- hey, rich kids are weird, right? It’s not too far fetched for her to have a hobbyist interest fencing, boxing, ballroom dancing, knitting, sewing, modern and antique fashions, and whatever else is relevant to the case at hand.    And as we all know Scooby Doo is canonically related to an elder god anyways. : My alasses! I can see evepthing wthout my glasses VeIma, Stop prepare to be jinkied philosophy-and-coffee: vosh-daemon: theangriestlittleunicorn: csdragon: icecreamsandwichcomics: Unfinished comic from a long time ago that wasn’t ever going to be completed. It makes absolutely no sense, but honestly in its current state i think it’s the funniest thing so I’m not adding to it. Anyway. Posting a video later today. Expect that. Anddd uhh yeah see you then. Fred’s got enough problems containing one eldritch beast Hot take: everyone in the gang is some sort of all powerful being, except for Fred, who is just a dude who managed to harness each of them, befriend them, and rope them into helping him live out his dream of solving mysteries! Release them, Fredward Jones. Your hubris will become your undoing…    Hotter take: Freddy doesn’t actually know. The rest of the gang took those mortal forms to fuck with people but they were so endeared by earnest want to solve mysteries and help people that they’re along for the ride. And hey if Shaggy gets bodyslammed hard enough that it should have snapped his spine and he gets up fine after who notices? And if Velma knows things that she shouldn’t know on occasion, things that would have been impossible to notice without some kind of foresight or omniscience- hey, just a coincidence right? And if Daphne conveniently has a medley of strange skills- hey, rich kids are weird, right? It’s not too far fetched for her to have a hobbyist interest fencing, boxing, ballroom dancing, knitting, sewing, modern and antique fashions, and whatever else is relevant to the case at hand.    And as we all know Scooby Doo is canonically related to an elder god anyways.
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@MikeTyson left behind a turbulent young life when at age 14, he moved upstate from Brooklyn to Catskill, N.Y., where he trained at Cus D’Amato’s legendary boxing gym. It was the early 1980s, Kid Dynamite was a kid from the streets of Brooklyn, he had that comical high-pitched voice and accompanying lisp, dabbled in pigeons and put the Catskills on the map as some hallowed place on earth, where - that legendary trainer - an old sage, Cus D’Amato, transformed troubled boys into supermen. Those long days at the Catskill gym moulded that troubled boy into a human wrecking ball that made everybody before him seem outdated, like relics of the old days — things that were invented for him to tear through. Who knew that this young Kid Dynamite would soon dominate boxing as the Baddest Man On The Planet?... - Cus knew. - "A boy comes to me with a spark of interest, I feed the spark and it becomes a flame. I feed the flame and it becomes a fire. I feed the fire and it becomes a roaring blaze." – Cus D’Amato _________________________________ New Catskills Thermal is available now. Link in Bio RootsofFight KnowYourRoots KidDynamite BMOTP: @MikeTyson left behind a turbulent young life when at age 14, he moved upstate from Brooklyn to Catskill, N.Y., where he trained at Cus D’Amato’s legendary boxing gym. It was the early 1980s, Kid Dynamite was a kid from the streets of Brooklyn, he had that comical high-pitched voice and accompanying lisp, dabbled in pigeons and put the Catskills on the map as some hallowed place on earth, where - that legendary trainer - an old sage, Cus D’Amato, transformed troubled boys into supermen. Those long days at the Catskill gym moulded that troubled boy into a human wrecking ball that made everybody before him seem outdated, like relics of the old days — things that were invented for him to tear through. Who knew that this young Kid Dynamite would soon dominate boxing as the Baddest Man On The Planet?... - Cus knew. - "A boy comes to me with a spark of interest, I feed the spark and it becomes a flame. I feed the flame and it becomes a fire. I feed the fire and it becomes a roaring blaze." – Cus D’Amato _________________________________ New Catskills Thermal is available now. Link in Bio RootsofFight KnowYourRoots KidDynamite BMOTP

@MikeTyson left behind a turbulent young life when at age 14, he moved upstate from Brooklyn to Catskill, N.Y., where he trained at Cus D...

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