michaelsgavin:

edscoble:

michaelsgavin:

hey edscoble, I would love to help but I don’t really understand what you mean by subtitles on my show? are you talking about my gifs or roosterteeth videos or?

Apologies for not being clear, I meant subtitles in the roosterteeth/achievement hunter videos, usually for the hard of hearing

ahh I understand what you mean now, but I’m afraid I don’t think roosterteeth offers subtitles for their videos as of now? and uhm it would be pretty crazy for me to try transcribing every single of their videos

if it’s a language thing, I totally understand!!! (I’m not a native speaker) and I’d suggest rewinding videos until you get everything, and start asking around the parts that you really can’t understand. you can ask me too!!! that’s how I learned english (except with green day interview videos instead of rt videos). if it’s a biology thing (hearing problems etc) then I’m so sorry :(

Wasn’t asking you to transcribe all the videos! was wondering if there’s an editor who would be able to organised this (The Guild have subtitles option in all their videos whom I’m forever grateful for), it’s not a language thing despite having difficulties with English as it is.

It’s a disability, I was born deaf and still struggle with understanding people, let alone watching videos.

Thank for getting back though, mean a lots.

michaelsgavin:

hey edscoble, I would love to help but I don’t really understand what you mean by subtitles on my show? are you talking about my gifs or roosterteeth videos or?

Apologies for not being clear, I meant subtitles in the roosterteeth/achievement hunter videos, usually for the hard of hearing

Pretty clever.

thefrogman:

You say not all men are monsters?

Imagine a bowl of M&Ms. 10% of them are poisoned.

Go ahead. Eat a handful.

Not all M&Ms are poison. 

Nail on the head.

I really liked Mackie’s (Andrew Mcintosh) work when I first saw it at the Wimbledon Studio last week, painting old abandon building with a cut out to mimic a dollhouse.

See more here.

Finished the Bryan Chapman Memorial last week, the toughest audax I’ve ever done so far, 627km in a little over 37 hours, it was awesome.

iblamejuju:

Just drinking beers with my mama:)

Jesus, she really do look young.

It been one year since I first got it, and it’s still as awesome as the day I got it.

The biggest improvement I have made with it, is me.

Getting fitter, stretching more,  stredding the useless fat off the body, wearing better fitting bib short and jersey, etc. make a much bigger difference than changing a seatpost to one thats only 20g lighter (ironically enough I cut half of the seatpost on that bike shredding a massive 70g).