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u/Sullyville · 1 pointr/lastimages

Thanks for your kind words! No, I've never tried animation, but in the last 6 years I've been doing these weird books which I write and illustrate that are like - I don't know if you are old enough to remember those old Choose Your Own Adventure books? Well, I'm doing something like that, but all the books are from the POV of this cat named Holden Catfield. The first one was called You Are a Cat! Which my publisher let me follow up with a sequel called You Are a Cat in the Zombie Apocalypse! Which did well enough for him to greenlight a third book, a prequel, called You Are a Kitten! You've probably never heard of them because my publisher is very small, and in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. The style of illustration in them is very different than the sketch I posted above, but if you're interested, here's a link to the first book:

u/headzoo · 2 pointsr/lastimages

The level of creative freedom I get makes the job worth it. If you haven't already read it, you may like Revolution in The Valley: The Insanely Great Story of How the Mac Was Made. The story isn't centered on Steve Jobs, but includes a lot of interesting and funny anecdotes about him.

u/chribstera · 10 pointsr/lastimages

Found the book via google machine Ordinary Men by Christopher Browning

“Christopher Browning’s shocking account of how a unit of average middle-aged Germans became the cold-blooded murderers of tens of thousands of Jews.”

I’m actually glad you brought the topic back up as I just ordered the book myself! My wife and I have actually talked about this subject a lot lately, and just how powerful conditioning actual is in our lives. Whether it be for things like those German officers, self help affirmations or training for a marathon (which is what I am trying to do right now), it’s all different aspects of being conditioned into becoming something else, step by step. Gaining that sort of understanding has greatly improved my ability to empathize with others and has made me a much more centered and content person. Honestly.

u/Margatron · 3 pointsr/lastimages

Like u/beesforteeth said, there's those ones in the sidebar.

I got a lot of immediate help from this book: How To Survive The Loss Of A Love.

It can be any loved one in your life. The book is laid out well with one short idea per page, with the oposite page being a poem. Very easy to digest, especially if the loss was recent. I didn't want to read anything long at that time so this was perfect.

u/CatPooedInMyShoe · 3 pointsr/lastimages

You can buy a copy of the album with additional info, including annotations identifying the people in the photos and revealing their fate, here. Unfortunately it costs $200.

u/cypressgreen · 5 pointsr/lastimages

Joe Cristina, there with his friend Matt Pickett, took this shot. Behind Jeff, the flaming stage is visible. To Jeff's right and down aways was the log jam of people trying to escape through the front door. To his left was the stage door. Some reports say he never left; others that he got out and went back for his girlfriend, Becky.... Another article on Jeff. However, given the cigarette, drink, and coat he's holding, it appears he never left. According to the book Killer Show, only seconds passed after this photo before the smoke/heat layer descended far enough to make escape unlikely. Joe escaped through an atrium window.

All about Matt - written by his fiance. Matt had an audio recorder in his pocket. A year later, his family found it and the FBI restored it. Screams, pleading, and cries of dozens of patrons are followed by the simple sound of the raging fire. I don't know if the tape is available anywhere.

u/najing_ftw · 29 pointsr/lastimages

Mom died of cancer. The end was awful. It takes some time, but eventually the memories of the end fade, and the wonderful memories remain.

It’s going to be bad for awhile. I’m sorry for your loss.

Edit - Mom dies of smoking related cancer. Please quit.

This way works: