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Ur is an ancient Sumerian city.
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Artist // Hobbyist // Digital Art
My Bio

I've got a lot of mental health issues that are probably not being treated, and haven't been treated for a majority of my life. Seeing a therapist helped, and got me some great coping mechanisms, one of which was a renewed interest in making art. If I'm feeling down, depressed, stressed, anxious, I'm doing something to attempt to control what might spiral out. It's worked so far. It's gotten me to make a lot of potentially mediocre, rough stuff. But that's the fun of it, to keep kneading the dough, spinning the clay, and walking further than you have before.

That got embarrassingly deep. Unlike my social life.

Favourite Movies
Interstellar, Alita: Battle Angel, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, How To Train Your Dragon
Favourite TV Shows
Eureka Seven, The Dragon Prince, Tengen Toppa Gurren Lagann
Favourite Bands / Musical Artists
Alter Bridge, Linkin Park, Beartooth, Minutes to Midnight, Sawano Hiroyuki
Favourite Books
The Skeptic's Guide to the Universe, Stamped from the Beginning, The Founding Myth
Favourite Games
Warframe, Fallout 76, Fallout 4
Favourite Gaming Platform
Tools of the Trade
Snapseed, Glitchlab, Mirrorlab
Other Interests
Philosophy, science, art
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I don't even know where to begin, to attempt to explain why I've been absent. A lot of things happened. Life. Depression. Anxiety. Therapy. There was a point in all this where I was a second away, between tears and shaking and sadness, of gunning my car into a ditch with the hopes of not making it out. Somewhere in there I lost a lot, I hope some of it for the better, but I know some of it is not. Within the last year I've gotten back into making art. I challenged myself, in addition to working out more to help my mental health in previous years, to attempting to make art on a daily basis, nothing too hard core, just enough to keep busy t
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It's really worrying when a vast majority of teachers in the United States refuse to teach actual science--in this case, evolution--for any reason; be it because of the torch-and-pitchfork routine that is likely to be elicited from ignorant parents who don't want their children learning non-biased reality, or because they don't think the children should be taught something that goes against their religion. Researchers found that only 28 percent of biology teachers consistently follow the recommendations of the National Research Council to describe straightforwardly the evidence for evolution and explain the ways in which it is a unifying the
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"I can't complain." That's my usual response to anyone who asks how I'm doing. I say it so often because I can't. I live, priviledged, not hungry, educated, with internet access, HD TV, and vehicular transportation in a wealthy, fat nation. I have a roof over my head. I'm not addicted to any drugs or fun substances. I can't complain. I really can't. I'm not dying from a preventable disease due to lack of funds. I'm not dying of hunger in one of the poorer countries, or even in this country of supposedly plenty (for those that have money). I'm not sick from unclean water. I have access to medical care (somewhat, I'm not covered, and any I get
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Thank you so much for watching
Matthew many thanks for the watch and the fave ads :D
Thank you so much for the watch! I Love You Emote I really appreciate it and I'm glad you like my artwork Huggle! 
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GAH! I missed your birthday D:

Happy belated!
I'm sorry I've not been back to see this until now. I hope you've been doing well
I am doing well. I hope you are too.

I just noticed the comment is six years old. Better late than never?