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Fisherpon

The purpose of this aggregation blog is to grind through the character tags of Tumblrpon, and publicize the art and drawblogs that it creates.

Warning: This is an extremely high-output blog (when I manage to keep the queue stoked), often ranging upwards of 200 posts per day. Only follow if you're prepared for maximum horse.'


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Jul 20
broniesagainstbullshit:

(Spread the word and get searching! It may even be a good idea to put this in your Queue to be posted every 6/7th and 19/20th as a reminder!)
#SafeSearchWrapUp is heavily community driven effort to help make the SafeSearch features on image-search engines such as GoogleImages, Bing, or Youtube be free of NSFW content. Every cartoon from “Avatar: The Last Airbender” to “Young Justice” contains fan made pornographic works referred to as Rule-34. Rule-34 is a catch all term denoting porn of ANYTHING and EVERYTHING, cartoon or not. However searching up images of any animated series will likely turn up these images, even on the first few pages.
As the teen and adult fans of the show, we have to be considerate of the younger target audience. A lot of parents and their children may be looking up images of their favorite characters to print out and put on their wall or such. As a community we can make image searching safer for the young ones and their parents. No shutting down or deleting things from existence, simply keeping it off SafeSearch as a courtesy for others.

The Game Plan:
Everyone should pick at least one search term they think would commonly used by kids and their parents, such as “My little pony twilight sparkle”. You can search at your leisure through a few pages… say 5-10 at least? However, on the 7th and 20th of every month we can all do it in large droves. If the call is sent out all at the same time, like a tradition then more people are likely to participate. Additionally, if Google or Bing gets a lot of flags for the same image from a lot of people- we can assume they will be more likely to remove it.
What to look for? Gore, blood, penises, vaginas, and perhaps lingerie. Just use your best judgement. Honestly if its something you wouldn’t look at while at work or show to a kid, then its probably not something we want showing up in a safe-search! If you think it should be done out of safe search as well, then thats your call to make.

How To Flag:
On Google, simply enlarge an image and go to Send Feedback circled here and enter comment notifying them the image is “not suitable for children” or something along those lines. If you would like a video tutorial, courtesy of jackrahbit, then click here.:

On Bing, simply click the flag image in the lower left corner when you hover over an image. Then check the “Adult” checkbox. If you would like, jackrahbit made a YouTube video showing how.  Quick and easy! Lets do this!Other:Also see #SafeSearchWrapUp’s sister projects:http://broniesagainstbullshit.tumblr.com/CampaignsNote: The original date was going to be the 15th of every month, however I decided to do it en masse twice a month instead.

broniesagainstbullshit:

(Spread the word and get searching! It may even be a good idea to put this in your Queue to be posted every 6/7th and 19/20th as a reminder!)

#SafeSearchWrapUp is heavily community driven effort to help make the SafeSearch features on image-search engines such as GoogleImages, Bing, or Youtube be free of NSFW content. Every cartoon from “Avatar: The Last Airbender” to “Young Justice” contains fan made pornographic works referred to as Rule-34. Rule-34 is a catch all term denoting porn of ANYTHING and EVERYTHING, cartoon or not. However searching up images of any animated series will likely turn up these images, even on the first few pages.

As the teen and adult fans of the show, we have to be considerate of the younger target audience. A lot of parents and their children may be looking up images of their favorite characters to print out and put on their wall or such. As a community we can make image searching safer for the young ones and their parents. No shutting down or deleting things from existence, simply keeping it off SafeSearch as a courtesy for others.

image

The Game Plan:

Everyone should pick at least one search term they think would commonly used by kids and their parents, such as “My little pony twilight sparkle”. You can search at your leisure through a few pages… say 5-10 at least? However, on the 7th and 20th of every month we can all do it in large droves. If the call is sent out all at the same time, like a tradition then more people are likely to participate. Additionally, if Google or Bing gets a lot of flags for the same image from a lot of people- we can assume they will be more likely to remove it.

What to look for? Gore, blood, penises, vaginas, and perhaps lingerie. Just use your best judgement. Honestly if its something you wouldn’t look at while at work or show to a kid, then its probably not something we want showing up in a safe-search! If you think it should be done out of safe search as well, then thats your call to make.

image

How To Flag:

On Google, simply enlarge an image and go to Send Feedback circled here and enter comment notifying them the image is “not suitable for children” or something along those lines. If you would like a video tutorial, courtesy of jackrahbit, then click here.:

image

On Bing, simply click the flag image in the lower left corner when you hover over an image. Then check the “Adult” checkbox. If you would like, jackrahbit made a YouTube video showing how.  Quick and easy! Lets do this!



Other:
Also see #SafeSearchWrapUp’s sister projects:
http://broniesagainstbullshit.tumblr.com/Campaigns

Note: The original date was going to be the 15th of every month, however I decided to do it en masse twice a month instead.


Jul 17

askyourgunrunner said: it doesn't.

Ah, drat. Guess people’ll just have to answer via reblogs, then. I’ll repost it with proper reply ability when I’m back on my computer tomorrow, heading into Vancouver to show a friend around.


Quick question as to post rate

I’m getting ready to start posting again after this sort of impromptu hiatus. I improved the tag trawl system to be more effecient, the only question is, how much should I post? The more I post, the faster I’ll catch up, but I don’t want to spam to the point of everyone unfollowing. Here’s the options:

- 1 post every 6 minutes (mininum required to keep pace with the tags) [10/hour, 240/day]

- 1 post every 5 minutes [12.5/hour, 300/day]

- 1 post every 3.5 minutes [16.66/hour, 400/day]

- 1 post every 2.5 minutes (maximum output) [25/hour, 600/day]

- Faster? (possible, but would require setting up a third acc)

These numbers are ideal, not realistic; it’s likely they’ll slip somewhat when I’m asleep, if friends aren’t willing to help switch it for me.

I’m on mobile, so hopefully putting a question mark on the end will let people reply?


Jul 7
broniesagainstbullshit:

(Spread the word and get searching! It may even be a good idea to put this in your Queue to be posted every 6/7th and 19/20th as a reminder!)
#SafeSearchWrapUp is heavily community driven effort to help make the SafeSearch features on image-search engines such as GoogleImages, Bing, or Youtube be free of NSFW content. Every cartoon from “Avatar: The Last Airbender” to “Young Justice” contains fan made pornographic works referred to as Rule-34. Rule-34 is a catch all term denoting porn of ANYTHING and EVERYTHING, cartoon or not. However searching up images of any animated series will likely turn up these images, even on the first few pages.
As the teen and adult fans of the show, we have to be considerate of the younger target audience. A lot of parents and their children may be looking up images of their favorite characters to print out and put on their wall or such. As a community we can make image searching safer for the young ones and their parents. No shutting down or deleting things from existence, simply keeping it off SafeSearch as a courtesy for others.

The Game Plan:
Everyone should pick at least one search term they think would commonly used by kids and their parents, such as “My little pony twilight sparkle”. You can search at your leisure through a few pages… say 5-10 at least? However, on the 7th and 20th of every month we can all do it in large droves. If the call is sent out all at the same time, like a tradition then more people are likely to participate. Additionally, if Google or Bing gets a lot of flags for the same image from a lot of people- we can assume they will be more likely to remove it.
What to look for? Gore, blood, penises, vaginas, and perhaps lingerie. Just use your best judgement. Honestly if its something you wouldn’t look at while at work or show to a kid, then its probably not something we want showing up in a safe-search! If you think it should be done out of safe search as well, then thats your call to make.

How To Flag:
On Google, simply enlarge an image and go to Send Feedback circled here and enter comment notifying them the image is “not suitable for children” or something along those lines. If you would like a video tutorial, courtesy of jackrahbit, then click here.:

On Bing, simply click the flag image in the lower left corner when you hover over an image. Then check the “Adult” checkbox. If you would like, jackrahbit made a YouTube video showing how.  Quick and easy! Lets do this!Other:Also see #SafeSearchWrapUp’s sister projects:http://broniesagainstbullshit.tumblr.com/CampaignsNote: The original date was going to be the 15th of every month, however I decided to do it en masse twice a month instead.

broniesagainstbullshit:

(Spread the word and get searching! It may even be a good idea to put this in your Queue to be posted every 6/7th and 19/20th as a reminder!)

#SafeSearchWrapUp is heavily community driven effort to help make the SafeSearch features on image-search engines such as GoogleImages, Bing, or Youtube be free of NSFW content. Every cartoon from “Avatar: The Last Airbender” to “Young Justice” contains fan made pornographic works referred to as Rule-34. Rule-34 is a catch all term denoting porn of ANYTHING and EVERYTHING, cartoon or not. However searching up images of any animated series will likely turn up these images, even on the first few pages.

As the teen and adult fans of the show, we have to be considerate of the younger target audience. A lot of parents and their children may be looking up images of their favorite characters to print out and put on their wall or such. As a community we can make image searching safer for the young ones and their parents. No shutting down or deleting things from existence, simply keeping it off SafeSearch as a courtesy for others.

image

The Game Plan:

Everyone should pick at least one search term they think would commonly used by kids and their parents, such as “My little pony twilight sparkle”. You can search at your leisure through a few pages… say 5-10 at least? However, on the 7th and 20th of every month we can all do it in large droves. If the call is sent out all at the same time, like a tradition then more people are likely to participate. Additionally, if Google or Bing gets a lot of flags for the same image from a lot of people- we can assume they will be more likely to remove it.

What to look for? Gore, blood, penises, vaginas, and perhaps lingerie. Just use your best judgement. Honestly if its something you wouldn’t look at while at work or show to a kid, then its probably not something we want showing up in a safe-search! If you think it should be done out of safe search as well, then thats your call to make.

image

How To Flag:

On Google, simply enlarge an image and go to Send Feedback circled here and enter comment notifying them the image is “not suitable for children” or something along those lines. If you would like a video tutorial, courtesy of jackrahbit, then click here.:

image

On Bing, simply click the flag image in the lower left corner when you hover over an image. Then check the “Adult” checkbox. If you would like, jackrahbit made a YouTube video showing how.  Quick and easy! Lets do this!



Other:
Also see #SafeSearchWrapUp’s sister projects:
http://broniesagainstbullshit.tumblr.com/Campaigns

Note: The original date was going to be the 15th of every month, however I decided to do it en masse twice a month instead.


Jun 20
broniesagainstbullshit:

(Spread the word and get searching! It may even be a good idea to put this in your Queue to be posted every 6/7th and 19/20th as a reminder!)
#SafeSearchWrapUp is heavily community driven effort to help make the SafeSearch features on image-search engines such as GoogleImages, Bing, or Youtube be free of NSFW content. Every cartoon from “Avatar: The Last Airbender” to “Young Justice” contains fan made pornographic works referred to as Rule-34. Rule-34 is a catch all term denoting porn of ANYTHING and EVERYTHING, cartoon or not. However searching up images of any animated series will likely turn up these images, even on the first few pages.
As the teen and adult fans of the show, we have to be considerate of the younger target audience. A lot of parents and their children may be looking up images of their favorite characters to print out and put on their wall or such. As a community we can make image searching safer for the young ones and their parents. No shutting down or deleting things from existence, simply keeping it off SafeSearch as a courtesy for others.

The Game Plan:
Everyone should pick at least one search term they think would commonly used by kids and their parents, such as “My little pony twilight sparkle”. You can search at your leisure through a few pages… say 5-10 at least? However, on the 7th and 20th of every month we can all do it in large droves. If the call is sent out all at the same time, like a tradition then more people are likely to participate. Additionally, if Google or Bing gets a lot of flags for the same image from a lot of people- we can assume they will be more likely to remove it.
What to look for? Gore, blood, penises, vaginas, and perhaps lingerie. Just use your best judgement. Honestly if its something you wouldn’t look at while at work or show to a kid, then its probably not something we want showing up in a safe-search! If you think it should be done out of safe search as well, then thats your call to make.

How To Flag:
On Google, simply enlarge an image and go to Send Feedback circled here and enter comment notifying them the image is “not suitable for children” or something along those lines. If you would like a video tutorial, courtesy of jackrahbit, then click here.:

On Bing, simply click the flag image in the lower left corner when you hover over an image. Then check the “Adult” checkbox. If you would like, jackrahbit made a YouTube video showing how.  Quick and easy! Lets do this!Other:Also see #SafeSearchWrapUp’s sister projects:http://broniesagainstbullshit.tumblr.com/CampaignsNote: The original date was going to be the 15th of every month, however I decided to do it en masse twice a month instead.

broniesagainstbullshit:

(Spread the word and get searching! It may even be a good idea to put this in your Queue to be posted every 6/7th and 19/20th as a reminder!)

#SafeSearchWrapUp is heavily community driven effort to help make the SafeSearch features on image-search engines such as GoogleImages, Bing, or Youtube be free of NSFW content. Every cartoon from “Avatar: The Last Airbender” to “Young Justice” contains fan made pornographic works referred to as Rule-34. Rule-34 is a catch all term denoting porn of ANYTHING and EVERYTHING, cartoon or not. However searching up images of any animated series will likely turn up these images, even on the first few pages.

As the teen and adult fans of the show, we have to be considerate of the younger target audience. A lot of parents and their children may be looking up images of their favorite characters to print out and put on their wall or such. As a community we can make image searching safer for the young ones and their parents. No shutting down or deleting things from existence, simply keeping it off SafeSearch as a courtesy for others.

image

The Game Plan:

Everyone should pick at least one search term they think would commonly used by kids and their parents, such as “My little pony twilight sparkle”. You can search at your leisure through a few pages… say 5-10 at least? However, on the 7th and 20th of every month we can all do it in large droves. If the call is sent out all at the same time, like a tradition then more people are likely to participate. Additionally, if Google or Bing gets a lot of flags for the same image from a lot of people- we can assume they will be more likely to remove it.

What to look for? Gore, blood, penises, vaginas, and perhaps lingerie. Just use your best judgement. Honestly if its something you wouldn’t look at while at work or show to a kid, then its probably not something we want showing up in a safe-search! If you think it should be done out of safe search as well, then thats your call to make.

image

How To Flag:

On Google, simply enlarge an image and go to Send Feedback circled here and enter comment notifying them the image is “not suitable for children” or something along those lines. If you would like a video tutorial, courtesy of jackrahbit, then click here.:

image

On Bing, simply click the flag image in the lower left corner when you hover over an image. Then check the “Adult” checkbox. If you would like, jackrahbit made a YouTube video showing how.  Quick and easy! Lets do this!



Other:
Also see #SafeSearchWrapUp’s sister projects:
http://broniesagainstbullshit.tumblr.com/Campaigns

Note: The original date was going to be the 15th of every month, however I decided to do it en masse twice a month instead.


Jun 14
fishermod:

So, a bit of a story behind this piece by Rofljay. (full pic here) Last Bronycon, me, Jay, and a bunch of others stayed at what we called the Bronycon Bunker. Krypt hung out with us for a while, and I forget when but at some point in that we played a game of 3-way Chess that I had brought along. While Krypt and Jay mainly focused on each other, I played defensively, waiting for them to bash each other down. When Krypt was almost defeated, they realized what was going on and teamed up on me. Game went on a bit longer, Krypt was brought down to a king wandering around the board, and me and Jay shaped up for the final battle. Krypt was still alive, though, so he did his turn once per rotation, and on one of them… we found out that he had broken the game.
He had somehow managed to put his king in a spot where it was not in check, but everywhere that he could move it would be in check. Therefore, he had no legal moves available to him. We couldn’t figure out what to do! We had to declare a stalemate. Krypt, in preventing either of us had winning, had dead-handed the game into oblivion and ‘won’, in a sense. It was so nuts I commissioned Jay immediately to draw it. Now, ᵗᵉᶰ ᵐᵒᶰᵗʰˢ ᶫᵃᵗᵉʳ, it’s finally done. I told him to focus on making the expressions as dynamic as possible, and I must say that this is pretty accurate to how we were feeling that day. What a magnificent bastard.
Note: The chessboard arrangement is exactly like how it was on Krypt’s Broken Turn, as per a picture I took of it. Feel free to analyze it and tell us if there’s anything we could have done to save it.

fishermod:

So, a bit of a story behind this piece by Rofljay. (full pic here) Last Bronycon, me, Jay, and a bunch of others stayed at what we called the Bronycon Bunker. Krypt hung out with us for a while, and I forget when but at some point in that we played a game of 3-way Chess that I had brought along. While Krypt and Jay mainly focused on each other, I played defensively, waiting for them to bash each other down. When Krypt was almost defeated, they realized what was going on and teamed up on me. Game went on a bit longer, Krypt was brought down to a king wandering around the board, and me and Jay shaped up for the final battle. Krypt was still alive, though, so he did his turn once per rotation, and on one of them… we found out that he had broken the game.

He had somehow managed to put his king in a spot where it was not in check, but everywhere that he could move it would be in check. Therefore, he had no legal moves available to him. We couldn’t figure out what to do! We had to declare a stalemate. Krypt, in preventing either of us had winning, had dead-handed the game into oblivion and ‘won’, in a sense. It was so nuts I commissioned Jay immediately to draw it. Now, ᵗᵉᶰ ᵐᵒᶰᵗʰˢ ᶫᵃᵗᵉʳ, it’s finally done. I told him to focus on making the expressions as dynamic as possible, and I must say that this is pretty accurate to how we were feeling that day. What a magnificent bastard.

Note: The chessboard arrangement is exactly like how it was on Krypt’s Broken Turn, as per a picture I took of it. Feel free to analyze it and tell us if there’s anything we could have done to save it.


Jun 10

Just in case y’all are wondering what happened to me, I realized that working on this blog was causing me to procrastinate on things that were time-sensitive and that if I spent a couple days working on I could get done. That, combined with setting up the Bronycon hotel thing I had an ad up for a couple days ago, plus some family shenanigans, means I haven’t done a tag trawl in two weeks.

However, I’m making good progress on the stuff that needed doing, and I hope to resume tag trawls by next week. Without this stuff holding me back, I can (hopefully) rocket through!


Jun 9

skyecandi:

tsssf-tcg:

Our Indiegogo fundraiser to raise funds to get to BronyCON continues! Help us poor colts and fillies bring the game to a wider audience. The best part: The indiegogo is the CHEAPEST way to get a deck printed! $25 as an incentive, and $30 at the cons.


Plus, our video is kinda awesome.

I own a beta copy of this game (most of the cards are still in black and white, it’s awesome), and it’s has been an absolute blast to play over the past year!

Help support my friends get their project off the ground, it’ll definitely be worth your while!

I’ve been playing it with Nate and yeah, it’s hella cool. Go get it!


Jun 7

ask-bronycan:

'Changeling Invasion Side-Arc Part 3 - Out for BloodFirewood

Yikes. At least Apricity manages to keep her cool when her mane is a disaster…


broniesagainstbullshit:

(Spread the word and get searching! It may even be a good idea to put this in your Queue to be posted every 6/7th and 19/20th as a reminder!)
#SafeSearchWrapUp is heavily community driven effort to help make the SafeSearch features on image-search engines such as GoogleImages, Bing, or Youtube be free of NSFW content. Every cartoon from “Avatar: The Last Airbender” to “Young Justice” contains fan made pornographic works referred to as Rule-34. Rule-34 is a catch all term denoting porn of ANYTHING and EVERYTHING, cartoon or not. However searching up images of any animated series will likely turn up these images, even on the first few pages.
As the teen and adult fans of the show, we have to be considerate of the younger target audience. A lot of parents and their children may be looking up images of their favorite characters to print out and put on their wall or such. As a community we can make image searching safer for the young ones and their parents. No shutting down or deleting things from existence, simply keeping it off SafeSearch as a courtesy for others.

The Game Plan:
Everyone should pick at least one search term they think would commonly used by kids and their parents, such as “My little pony twilight sparkle”. You can search at your leisure through a few pages… say 5-10 at least? However, on the 7th and 20th of every month we can all do it in large droves. If the call is sent out all at the same time, like a tradition then more people are likely to participate. Additionally, if Google or Bing gets a lot of flags for the same image from a lot of people- we can assume they will be more likely to remove it.
What to look for? Gore, blood, penises, vaginas, and perhaps lingerie. Just use your best judgement. Honestly if its something you wouldn’t look at while at work or show to a kid, then its probably not something we want showing up in a safe-search! If you think it should be done out of safe search as well, then thats your call to make.

How To Flag:
On Google, simply enlarge an image and go to Send Feedback circled here and enter comment notifying them the image is “not suitable for children” or something along those lines. If you would like a video tutorial, courtesy of jackrahbit, then click here.:

On Bing, simply click the flag image in the lower left corner when you hover over an image. Then check the “Adult” checkbox. If you would like, jackrahbit made a YouTube video showing how.  Quick and easy! Lets do this!Other:Also see #SafeSearchWrapUp’s sister projects:http://broniesagainstbullshit.tumblr.com/CampaignsNote: The original date was going to be the 15th of every month, however I decided to do it en masse twice a month instead.

broniesagainstbullshit:

(Spread the word and get searching! It may even be a good idea to put this in your Queue to be posted every 6/7th and 19/20th as a reminder!)

#SafeSearchWrapUp is heavily community driven effort to help make the SafeSearch features on image-search engines such as GoogleImages, Bing, or Youtube be free of NSFW content. Every cartoon from “Avatar: The Last Airbender” to “Young Justice” contains fan made pornographic works referred to as Rule-34. Rule-34 is a catch all term denoting porn of ANYTHING and EVERYTHING, cartoon or not. However searching up images of any animated series will likely turn up these images, even on the first few pages.

As the teen and adult fans of the show, we have to be considerate of the younger target audience. A lot of parents and their children may be looking up images of their favorite characters to print out and put on their wall or such. As a community we can make image searching safer for the young ones and their parents. No shutting down or deleting things from existence, simply keeping it off SafeSearch as a courtesy for others.

image

The Game Plan:

Everyone should pick at least one search term they think would commonly used by kids and their parents, such as “My little pony twilight sparkle”. You can search at your leisure through a few pages… say 5-10 at least? However, on the 7th and 20th of every month we can all do it in large droves. If the call is sent out all at the same time, like a tradition then more people are likely to participate. Additionally, if Google or Bing gets a lot of flags for the same image from a lot of people- we can assume they will be more likely to remove it.

What to look for? Gore, blood, penises, vaginas, and perhaps lingerie. Just use your best judgement. Honestly if its something you wouldn’t look at while at work or show to a kid, then its probably not something we want showing up in a safe-search! If you think it should be done out of safe search as well, then thats your call to make.

image

How To Flag:

On Google, simply enlarge an image and go to Send Feedback circled here and enter comment notifying them the image is “not suitable for children” or something along those lines. If you would like a video tutorial, courtesy of jackrahbit, then click here.:

image

On Bing, simply click the flag image in the lower left corner when you hover over an image. Then check the “Adult” checkbox. If you would like, jackrahbit made a YouTube video showing how.  Quick and easy! Lets do this!



Other:
Also see #SafeSearchWrapUp’s sister projects:
http://broniesagainstbullshit.tumblr.com/Campaigns

Note: The original date was going to be the 15th of every month, however I decided to do it en masse twice a month instead.


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