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Thursday's @bigbangtheory_cbs episode inspired one of our readers on the topic of "consent." Our very own @MissMayim discussed its role in Sheldon and Amy's relationship, and why is always important to communicate consent. (Link in bio)

Thursday's @bigbangtheory_cbs episode inspired one of our readers on the topic of "consent." Our very own @MissMayim discussed its role in Sheldon and Amy's relationship, and why is always important to communicate consent. (Link in bio)

"Are you from the future?" "You bet you're wee ass I am laddie!"

"Are you from the future?" "You bet you're wee ass I am laddie!"

Represent your gaming heritage with this unique pendant necklace showing the history of Nintendo plugs. Made from all authentic recycled game parts

Represent your gaming heritage with this unique pendant necklace showing the history of Nintendo plugs. Made from all authentic recycled game parts

Amy Farrah Fowler

Amy Farrah Fowler

Matte Shot - a tribute to Golden Era special fx: Dream Quest Images contributed an impressive and  all encompassing matte painted opening shot to the 1988 remake of THE BLOB.  The whole shot was fabricated in the matte department, including the town, layers of cloud in addition to the more stratospheric matter.  Artists were Ken Allen and Jesse Silver.

Matte Shot - a tribute to Golden Era special fx: Dream Quest Images contributed an impressive and all encompassing matte painted opening shot to the 1988 remake of THE BLOB. The whole shot was fabricated in the matte department, including the town, layers of cloud in addition to the more stratospheric matter. Artists were Ken Allen and Jesse Silver.

Matte Shot - a tribute to Golden Era special fx: A futuristic matte painted by one of Dream Quest's artists for an unknown tv commercial.  May have been the brushwork of Ken Allen or Bob Scifo.

Matte Shot - a tribute to Golden Era special fx: A futuristic matte painted by one of Dream Quest's artists for an unknown tv commercial. May have been the brushwork of Ken Allen or Bob Scifo.

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