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even though I'm not taking part in the movement entirely (mostly because talking to most of the people who are anti GG is like talking to a brick wall) this is a pretty good video

this made my day
HOW 2 GET RICH WITH MICROSFT OFFICE






I want to post flipnotes on youtube but it's confusing and frustrating. I really just want to know if there's an easier way to post them to youtube without all the gadgets and whatnot. If you know anyone who can help have them note me tutorials or something.

K thxs


Look how smooth the animation is. I still can't believe its on the same engine that ran gears of war.


even though I'm not taking part in the movement entirely (mostly because talking to most of the people who are anti GG is like talking to a brick wall) this is a pretty good video

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Zombiefeild Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  New member Student Digital Artist

The word "deer" was originally broader in meaning, but became more specific over time. In Middle Englishder (Old English dēor) meant a wild animal of any kind. This was as opposed to cattle, which then meant any sort of domestic livestock that was easy to collect and remove from the land, from the idea of personal-property ownership (rather than real estate property) and related to modern chattel(property) and capital.[1] Cognates of Old English dēor in other dead Germanic languages have the general sense of "animal", such asOld High German tiorOld Norse djur or dȳrGothic diusOld Saxon dier, and Old Frisian diar.

This general sense gave way to the modern English sense by the end of the Middle English period, around 1500.[2] However, all modern Germanic languages save English and Scots retain the more general sense: for example, German TierAlemannic Diere or Tiere,Pennsylvania Dutch GedierDutch dierAfrikaans dierLimburgish diereNorwegian dyrSwedish djurDanish dyrIcelandic dýr,Faroese dýrWest Frisian dier, and North Frisian diarten, all of which mean "animal". (However, contrary to south European languages,Dama in Latin and daim in French mean "fallow deer" only).

For most types of deer in modern English usage, the male is called a "buck" and the female is termed a "doe", but the terms vary with dialect, and especially according to the size of the species. For many larger deer, the male is termed a "stag", while for other larger deer the same words are used as for cattle: "bull" and "cow". The male red deer is a "hart", especially if more than five years old, and the female is a "hind", especially if three or more years old; both terms can also be used for any species of deer, and were widely so used in the past.[3] Terms for young deer vary similarly, with that of most smaller species being called a "fawn" and that of most larger species "calf"; young of the smallest kinds may be a kid. A castrated male deer is a "havier".[4]A group of deer of any kind is a "herd". The adjective of relation pertaining to deer is cervine; like the family name "Cervidae", this is from Latincervus, "deer".

Venison originally described meat of any game animal killed by hunting,[5] and was applied to any animal from the families Cervidae (deer), Leporidae (hares), and Suidae (wild pigs), and certain species of the genus Capra (goats and ibex). In the northern hemisphere, the usage of this term is now almost entirely restricted to the flesh of various species of deer.[citation needed]

In Southern Africa, venison is used to refer to the meat of antelope.[6] There are no native Cervidae in sub-Saharan Africa.

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Zombiefeild Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  New member Student Digital Artist
Deer (singular and plural) are the ruminant mammals forming the family Cervidae. Species in the family include white-tailed deermule deer such as black-tailed deerelkmoosered deerreindeer (caribou), fallow deerroe deerpudú and chital. Male deer of all species (except the Chinese water deer) and female reindeer grow and shed new antlers each year. In this they differ from permanently hornedanimals such as antelope, which are in the same order as deer and may bear a superficial resemblance. The musk deer of Asia andwater chevrotain (or mouse deer) of tropical African and Asian forests are not usually regarded as true deer and form their own families:Moschidae and Tragulidae, respectively.
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Deer are capable of communicating with a variety of vocalizations. They might snort or wheeze when alarmed. Deer can bleat, usually when a doe is trying to communicate with a fawn. During the rut (breeding season) bucks grunt, kind of like a pig. There is even a sound that is now being recognized by deer hunting experts. It is called the growl and I have only heard it once in the woods. It is kind of hard to describe. 
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Zombiefeild Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2014  New member Student Digital Artist
It's just another night and I'm staring at the moon
I saw a shooting star and thought of you
I sang a lullaby by the waterside and knew
If you were here, I'd sing to you

You're on the other side
As the skyline splits in two
Miles away from seeing you

But I can see the stars from America
I wonder, do you see them too?

So open your eyes and see
The way our horizons meet
And all of the lights will lead
Into the night with me
And I know these scars will bleed
But both of our hearts believe
All of these stars will guide us home

I can hear your heart on the radio beat
They're playing "Chasing Cars" and I thought of us
Back to the time you were lying next to me
I looked across and fell in love

So I took your hand
Back through lamp-lit streets and knew
Everything led back to you

So can you see the stars over Amsterdam?
Hear the song my heart is beating to

So open your eyes and see
The way our horizons meet
And all of the lights will lead
Into the night with me
And I know these scars will bleed
But both of our hearts believe
All of these stars will guide us home

And oh
And oh
And oh whoa
I can see the stars from America
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Zombiefeild Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2014  New member Student Digital Artist
You sir

Are a snoot
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Wolfbane382 Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2014
Thank you for the fave ^^
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endways Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Mews loudly
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takyonX Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
kitty :V *pets*
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SaFire4190 Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hey, hey you. I know you! XD
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takyonX Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
safire >D> XDDD
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