Anonymous asked: Hi! I hope this doesn't sound too weird, but I had a dream that you were the Vampire Witch Queen and you were absolutely terrifying. I thought you might like to know that you can actually be scary sometimes in a roundabout sort of way, even though you are adorable.
Thank you for telling me this!
::glares at family::
See? SEE? Other people understand that I can be terrifying when I choose. Adorable, yet terrifying.
I AM THE NIIIIIIIIIIIIGHT!
Bless. Course you are. Even if your bunny is more evil than you are.
annabellioncourt asked: asdfghjkl you're an Alien fan too!
OF COURSE I AM. Yes, the facehuggers set off all of my arachnophobia because of the legs and how they move, but Alien and Aliens are fantastic movies. And the RealHusband is a huge, HUGE fan of them - he once did sample pages for an Aliens comic, and if we’d had the money at the time, he would have purchased the “life-size” bust of the Alien Queen from Sideshow Collectibles. (Where we would have put it, I don’t know.)
(Pssst! Peeps, go to the RealHusband’s tumblr and reblog the goblin pictures! He did a fantastic job with them, and more people should see them!)
My Tumblr is peteventers
My blog is www.peteventers.com/blog
Today I figured out a better way of handling shipping costs, and cash reserves to cover them. It’s so incredibly tempting to say “FUCK IT” and push forward faster. Patience is key.
A leading destroyer of product-based companies is not understanding fulfillment.
If you want evidence: watch how many Kickstarter projects become ruined, despite having giant piles of cash.
That, and poorly-costed stretch goals will sink a project every time.