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shinium asked: Hi Megan, your comic 'Heffalump Country' is all over my various social media feeds today. I've found the t-shirt at MySoti, is there anywhere I might be able to buy a print? Thanks! -mat

rosalarian:

The moment I realize a dumb little doodle I did three years ago, based on a conversation with my roommates, that has 56 notes on my own tumblr has suddenly popped up all over the web, and while my initials are on it, there’s no kind of track back to me because it was a fast little joke I didn’t think had any longevity but silly me. Also, I don’t have prints of it because I drew it really low res since it wasn’t something I was never intending to do anything with it. You can get the shirt here for now, but I might actually take it down.

Lawyer wants seized $125K wine collection back

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A lawyer convicted of selling high-end wine from his home cellar despite strict Pennsylvania liquor laws hopes to win back the seized collection before it’s destroyed.

By Jennifer Chaussee DAVIS California (Reuters) - At the University of California’s prized winemaking institute near Sacramento, a sleek metal wine crusher on Thursday morning let out a deep rumble and began to shake, jostling grapes made sweeter by the state’s ongoing drought into sticky juice. “All right, let’s go!” hollered Chik Brenneman, resident winemaker at U.C. Davis, to his team of four student workers. A teal-colored tractor dumped a square plastic drum of freshly harvested Chardonnay grapes into the mouth of the roaring machine and an earthy, tangy smell like fall leaves and sour fruit filled the air. The early harvest has stoked winemakers’ concerns that ongoing drought conditions could pose a serious threat to wine quality next year, since grapes that ripen too fast can become too sweet for winemaking.

By Jennifer Chaussee DAVIS California (Reuters) - At the University of California’s prized winemaking institute near Sacramento, a sleek metal wine crusher on Thursday morning let out a deep rumble and began to shake, jostling grapes made sweeter by the state’s ongoing drought into sticky juice. “All right, let’s go!” hollered Chik Brenneman, resident winemaker at U.C. Davis, to his team of four student workers. A teal-colored tractor dumped a square plastic drum of freshly harvested Chardonnay grapes into the mouth of the roaring machine and an earthy, tangy smell like fall leaves and sour fruit filled the air. The early harvest has stoked winemakers’ concerns that ongoing drought conditions could pose a serious threat to wine quality next year, since grapes that ripen too fast can become too sweet for winemaking.

loish:

my latest illustration! an ode to my troubled love/hate relationship with clutter.

loish:

my latest illustration! an ode to my troubled love/hate relationship with clutter.