Was trying very hard to make my first logo just because my sister is kinda sh** and quits easily and left me to do it. I keep asking her for suggestions and she kept ignoring me, and when I asked if the background should be transparent, she said no and then the f***ing site needed it transparent and I can't get rid of the white area without it looking like sh** so now here I am.
👏 Don't 👏 Try 👏 Forcing 👏 Me 👏 To 👏 Reblog 👏 Your 👏 Art 👏 Because 👏 I'm 👏 Going 👏 To 👏 Not 👏 Even 👏 Look 👏 At 👏 It
I understand how artists work and I get upset myself when people don't reblog. But guilt tripping people isn't going to help anyone. You're really just doing a 'Reblog this post of your dog will die' kind of post
The White House
Office of the Press Secretary
For Immediate ReleaseJune 19, 2017
Remarks by President Trump and President Juan Carlos Varela of Panama During Bilateral Meeting
11:39 A.M. EDT
PRESIDENT TRUMP: It’s our great honor to have President and Mrs. Varela from Panama. And we have many things to discuss. We’re going to spend quite a bit of time today -- the Panama Canal is doing quite well. I think we did a good job building it, right?
PRESIDENT VARE... read more
It's really not that hard to do your own research or know about current events without throwing a tantrum about proper citation. If you want sources or a bibliography all you have to do is search a phrase for attribution but I'm sure that's too much work for a troll and too many big words for an idiot to understand. Good luck in the world if you don't want to do any work or critical thinking.
Lol, Don't be so lazy. It's very easy to use Google and verify facts but it's even easier to sit on your lazy butt and demand citations and cry fake news when you don't like the truth.
“The Panama Canal is doing quite well,” Trump said as the cameras flashed while he was seated beside Varela. “I think we did a good job building it, right?” It was part of Trump’s opener, according to a White House release.
“Yeah. One hundred years ago,” Varela responded. Trump ... read more