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1947 No. 1947 ID: bf1e7e

This happened
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No. 38893 ID: eef56a
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kingdoms dead
No. 38922 ID: 0c324b

Dang; Spidicules, Sunstalker, *and* Gorm. Sounds like a good time. (black sword and sneak attack op. Keep in mind Gormacyst is base d10 per potion making in addition to the dice per tech and its no endeavor cost, so you can have a decent chance of gormite at 3 of them. I kept forgetting about the base d10 for some reason.)
No. 38931 ID: 98de77


The two organs are more relevant than the endeavor, I'm usually shooting for the wisdom potion early and try to get the gormite from the level 3 gorm before dumping organs into the gormychymist.

Also if you glance up at the shelf in the back, I atually have and have fully assembled all of the current expansions they just arent all painted yet=V
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oh no i drew a fursona

oh no
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and more
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Yer gonna get arrested
No. 39452 ID: a363ac

can we increase the hammyness of these images I don't think there is enough meat on display here.
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No. 39459 ID: 06fdc0

why is there a pig sucking ambiguously lewd meat

why is there a pregnant pig

what is the context for these images
No. 39473 ID: 73065f


The worst Disney movie is called 'The Black Cauldron.' One of the main characters is a pig that shows visions of the future when she drinks. That seems to be the context for both of these images.
No. 39483 ID: b4793d

There is no way The Black Cauldron is the "worst" Disney movie.
No. 39484 ID: e2dc7c


It is easily the worst Disney movie to get a theatrical release, abd us leagues worse than even any direct-to-video animated sequel that I have ever personally seen. It was so bad that it caused a restructuring of the company due to its disastrous release, and has been buried harder than even Song of the South because it is such an incredible embarassment.

There may ne some obscure 'Disney Channel Original Movie' that is worse than The Black Cauldron, but otherwise the label is fair.
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My friend requested that I draw a character as a lewd pig. This lew pig accidentally cut open a bunch of portals to the dickmension
No. 39491 ID: 06fdc0

that pig is really gettin' porked
No. 39492 ID: 5fa661

Soon everything will be pigs and penises.
No. 39496 ID: 0c3c2c

Disney would totally be angry were they not stubbornly refusing to accept they made a kickass Welsh-mythology movie with pacing issues.
No. 39503 ID: e2dc7c


And massive continuity issues
And object permanence issues
And gurgi
No. 39516 ID: 1fbbcc

This is asking for a "that'll do, pig" joke, but I'm cutting it off right now. Die, inappropriately appropriate movie quote! Die!!
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octopath traveler is an alright vidayo game
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still pretty good
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A dudl
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a lewd drawing
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The world needs more dorks awkwardly trying to he sexy
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a lewd pig
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a lewd pig
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wait a minute, is that a toy, or is that really...?
No. 39997 ID: ff82d2

She needs to lose some weight. With exercise. I suggest horizontal mambo.
No. 40027 ID: 91ee5f

Societal definitions of beauty are bullshit. She doesn’t have to do that if she doesn’t want to.
No. 40028 ID: ff82d2

I think you're misunderstanding what I wrote.
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Yes its a toy you silly goose
No. 40038 ID: ff82d2

So THAT'S where kobolds spend all their money.
No. 40058 ID: 864b39

I don't really have anything to add but it's my drawthread anyway and I wanna see what my new pony name is
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That is temperately stimulating. Bonus points for the rare fet!
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A tiny lewdl
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A dudl
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Favourite character ;_;
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she'll deck you in the snozz.
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But which is better, long or short hair
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I like her better with long hair, but short hair would be more advantageous in a fight.
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Inktober 1: poisonous
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haha what
No. 45563 ID: 9aaeef

Pretty hot.
No. 45912 ID: e7128b

But indefinite lockdown has to be disaster

when you lift the lockdown? This is [url=https://www.bestbrides.net/cookie-jarring-a-dating-trend-to-watch-out-by-ukraine-ladies/]cookie jarring dating[/url] problem of the moment, And the costa rica government is apparently awaiting a breakthrough in medical science to provide the answer.

Yet the solution to this questionis not merely a scientific matter, But one of economic verdict. We lift the lockdown based on how much of a hit to economic activity we is able to afford to take. Whilst this may appear jarring, It is not at odds with how we determine most good public policy and with how the NHS itself is carrying out work today.

Let us assume that the influential Imperial epidemiological model's assumptionswere correct, And without jotting social distancing measures Britain would suffer, In a worst of all scenario, Around500,000 fatalities from Covid 19. Even at this impressive scale, the cabinet would still need to decide the proportional loss of economic activity at which half a million deaths would be acceptable.

Clearly the truck driving implicit number in the Prime Minister's head, approximately zero and 100 per cent. We can safely assume it is not 100 per cent the costa rica government would not suspend all economic activity to save 500,000 people (That would be counterproductive as it would result in famine). And decades 0 per cent either; We have formerly seen the shutdown.

for sure, political figures are loathe to make such an estimate, At least widely, because of the apparent inhumanity of putting a price on lives. But we do not need that number to be rendered in the media; What we need is for it to drive actions.

We must rediscover the pragmatic practical judgment that informs most good government policy. It is the same judgment that led the us govenment to put off implementing a full lockdown until March 23, And an equivalent judgment that then allowed them then to proceed with it.

Some ethicists balk at the use of functional calculus in a time of crisis, Citing the built-in human instinct to rescue those in need. Yet even that reaction is tempered by reality. At the peak of World War II, The Churchill united states knowingly allowed a few to fall for the many. And also, in the course of this crisis, The NHS uses pragmatic utilitarianism to find out who receives critical care.

Once your cabinet has agreed upon that number let's say it is 10 per cent;that is, a cabinet is willing to take a 10 per cent hit to economic activity to avoid 500,000 deaths then governing statisticians can work out how long we can afford the shutdown. That answer can be discovered with some basic economic statistics.

It calls for, rewards the advertiser,the item.,The proportion of economic activity generated through jobs that cannot discover social distancing, in particular hairdressing.

Putting aside our costs of social distancing measures, Such as themental health a fallout, how much social distancing we can afford depends on the proportion of economic activity that can continue even under social distancing. including, An online game title commentator's job is100 per cent social distancing proof, At least for the short term, Becausethey can produce 100 per cent of the they generate even with full social distancing in palce. Jobs need hairdressing, in addition, Are 0 percent social distancing proof. with a shutdown, They produce 0 per cent of the value they would certainly generate. Most jobs fall somewhere concerning.

What our government statisticians it is fair to do is arrange all jobs into this range and then looked at economic value generated along the range. If the economy were entirely composed of video game bloggers, Indefinitesocial distancing may be fine. As more of the efficient value is generated away from that end of the spectrum, The costs of social distancing rise more rapidly if the economy were 100 per centhairdressers, We budding toast already.

Social distancing buys us day by "flattening the curve, But we are not buying time consistently. We are often not buying time to "look" Within existing medical related capacity. alternatively, We are buying time to build medical capacity and reduce deaths. But we can only build as much dimensions (and avoid as many deaths) As we have enough money for in time. So the metric to use is how much time we is able to afford to buy, Given the hit in economic activity we would stomach.

Driving lockdown policy off such a metric also provides clarity for an economic recovery. the on-going approach, Subject to the vagaries of medical improvements, profitably stunts any recovery consumers will not spend and businesses will not invest to their "frequent" Levels until they already know that we will not have another shutdown. If as a replacement, The government were clear that it could commit to, for instance, A six week shutdown and merely, Then economic activity would resume with more self esteem after that period.

in reality, The lockdown was not an oversight it has bought us time and lives; But its indefinite duration will be a mistake. The medical community have previously done their bit for public policy by estimating the cost in lives through inaction over social distancing. And they will keep doing more by treating patients in our hospitals and by searching for a vaccine. But the answer to our current lockdown situation is not something they can realistically provide. It is then for our people in politics to exercise good judgment.
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