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thecanadianconsultant is on to me. I might need a new cover identity. Seriously though, awesome folks are awesome! :)

thecanadianconsultant is on to me. I might need a new cover identity. 
Seriously though, awesome folks are awesome! :)

Those days when you just fee like eating everything. 

Those days when you just fee like eating everything. 


One of the great birthday presents just arrived from Vienna and the incomparable AgentJ aka @ChaosNDisaster #MineralsAreGoodForYou {x}

I keep getting messages and questions, and people still seem to think it’s just a joke, a pun.   — But guys, it’s real!
Coulsonite IS a recognized mineral, classified as *rare* by the Mineralogical Society, and what Clark is holding here is a genuine sample it took me months to get my hands on. [Info and scientific data can be found here and here (or just google it). I will also be posting all I have on it later.]
I had the best time scrolling through the comments on this picture, and before I go and write the full-length post about the whole story (as I have wanted to for weeks now but hadn’t had the time) complete with lots of really lame geology puns and pics, I just want to say a few things for now, some amusing facts that add to the bigger picture:
1) The material was geologically re-defined in 1962, which might not be Coulson’s birth year, but it is Clark Gregg’s - a fact that I found irresistibly hilarious.
2) One of the elements in Coulsonite is Vanadium, named after Vanadís, another name for the Norse goddess Freyja - a lovely “Asgardian” touch. (Still remember the Asgardian Healing Stones from the Thor deleted scene? I couldn’t help thinking of that.)
Warning: I might annoy the hell out of everyone with this for a while, forgive me. It’s been quite an exciting mission to provide this “solid proof that Coulson rocks”, I’ve been working on it since 2012, so please allow me to squee over this for a bit here? (No more rock puns, though. Promised.) Now go and have a gneiss day… oh, shoot. :))

One of the great birthday presents just arrived from Vienna and the incomparable AgentJ aka @ChaosNDisaster #MineralsAreGoodForYou {x}


I keep getting messages and questions, and people still seem to think it’s just a joke, a pun.   

— But guys, it’s real!

Coulsonite IS a recognized mineral, classified as *rare* by the Mineralogical Society, and what Clark is holding here is a genuine sample it took me months to get my hands on. [Info and scientific data can be found here and here (or just google it). I will also be posting all I have on it later.]

I had the best time scrolling through the comments on this picture, and before I go and write the full-length post about the whole story (as I have wanted to for weeks now but hadn’t had the time) complete with lots of really lame geology puns and pics, I just want to say a few things for now, some amusing facts that add to the bigger picture:


1) The material was geologically re-defined in 1962, which might not be Coulson’s birth year, but it is Clark Gregg’s - a fact that I found irresistibly hilarious.

2) One of the elements in Coulsonite is Vanadium, named after Vanadís, another name for the Norse goddess Freyja - a lovely “Asgardian” touch. (Still remember the Asgardian Healing Stones from the Thor deleted scene? I couldn’t help thinking of that.)

Warning: I might annoy the hell out of everyone with this for a while, forgive me. It’s been quite an exciting mission to provide this “solid proof that Coulson rocks”, I’ve been working on it since 2012, so please allow me to squee over this for a bit here? (No more rock puns, though. Promised.) Now go and have a gneiss day… oh, shoot. :))

chaosndisaster:

It’s a crisp, sunny autumn day in the city, colourful leaves are gently drifting on a cool breeze, and the Thoroughbred of Sin is busy on his side job. Apparently things aren’t going too well for the Evil League of Evil. 
They’re watching, so beware.


It continues. Must be really hard to make a living in a civilized crime syndicate these days. Wonder if they have a labor union or something.

chaosndisaster:

It’s a crisp, sunny autumn day in the city, colourful leaves are gently drifting on a cool breeze, and the Thoroughbred of Sin is busy on his side job. Apparently things aren’t going too well for the Evil League of Evil. 

They’re watching, so beware.

It continues. Must be really hard to make a living in a civilized crime syndicate these days. Wonder if they have a labor union or something.

One of those little things that just happen while I’m in fact supposed to do something else entirely. Friday night is Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. time on RTL Crime, and though I’ll probably never get used to the dubbing voices, it’s always good to see my favourite agents on-screen. :)

One of those little things that just happen while I’m in fact supposed to do something else entirely. Friday night is Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. time on RTL Crime, and though I’ll probably never get used to the dubbing voices, it’s always good to see my favourite agents on-screen. :)

I love this film to bits. And for some reason, it’s one of the few movies that I find even funnier in German. 

bahirazenzi: The story of fluffy Captain Renard and my birthday!

bahirazenzi:

It all started when I told my best friend that I love the TV show “Grimm” in September 2013 and that my favourite characters are Nick and Captain Renard.

As she gave me a cute fluffy Loki felt-puppet for Christmas last year I asked if she will make me a Nick and a Sean felt-puppet for my…

Thanks for sharing this, bahirazenzi! Just reblogging for now, because I know that if I started writing a proper comment and adding my side of the story, there would be no end to it - so that will have to wait until some later point in time and space. :’)

Apologies for being so useless here

& for being a horrible blogger… okay I guess I never really was a proper ‘blogger’, what with my irregular erratic posts every couple of weeks and such. 

So I’ve shamelessly neglected this site lately, and I truly wish I had something - anything - interesting to share, but no matter how I turn it… I don’t. 

I’ve been awfully useless lately, like I’m made of 50% stressed, 30% uncreative, and 20% lazy… or maybe another way around, doesn’t matter. With trying to sell a house, dealing with family members’ health issues, and hopefully starting a new job soon, there just isn’t enough energy left in me at the moment to be even the faintest bit original.

Not typing out excuses, just stating as a fact. 

Mood of the day: Never Tell Me The Odds.

Also, never try to dissuade me from pulling off a crazy plan.
Especially if you’re a sales liaison, I want to buy something from you, and you have no idea why I am looking for a certain item. I appreciate your ‘concern’ and all the additional warnings information I did not ask for, but I don’t like being treated like a dimwit. Asking me ONCE if I am certain about a purchase is fine. Asking me twice will put me in eye-rolling “I already told you” mode. And any more time after that will make me suspect your brain runs Microsoft Windows and want to reboot you. By high-fiving you with a rock. Because has it occurred to you that maybe I don’t care that you think there are ‘a million better choices’ and that the chances are ridiculously small - I have solid reasons to want this very specific thing, and they are none of your business. I don’t want to hear about the odds, or alternate choices, thank you very much.

That being said, I love it when a plan comes together. :))

It’s ok. I don’t enjoy driving, either.

thecanadianconsultant:

It’s hard to believe it chaosndisaster but this awesomeness all started back in 2012. And to think that if Loki hadn’t stuck it to Agent Coulson none of this (or our friendship) would have ever happened!

Almost 2 years now, can you believe it. All the things that happened… Awesome things, with a capital A.
I couldn’t find the original twitter messages any more where thecanadianconsultant first gave me the idea - must have been early summer 2012 - but I remember sitting on the bus the next day and drafting first sketches for the labels, grinning like an idiot. A couple of times since then, I’ve been thinking maybe we should have called it “Clark’s Awesome Sauce” instead, but then Clark’s is already a brand of maple syrup, and Greggs is a bakery chain in the UK, so I guess it fits right in, and all is well.



And while I’m typing this, the thought occurs to me that I never really took photos of the (near-)mint flavor Vintage Edition … or did I?

Some Hawkeye, for a change. He’s part of a larger composition I made for my friend roseskye13 last week. It was originally supposed to be something more elaborate, but as I ultimately rushed it in a single evening, it turned into a wild mix of pencil and tablet with an  unfinished look (because it is, in fact, just that). The complete thing has some colour splashes, but as it goes with a story, I leave that to my friend to share at some later point. :)

Some Hawkeye, for a change. He’s part of a larger composition I made for my friend roseskye13 last week. It was originally supposed to be something more elaborate, but as I ultimately rushed it in a single evening, it turned into a wild mix of pencil and tablet with an  unfinished look (because it is, in fact, just that). The complete thing has some colour splashes, but as it goes with a story, I leave that to my friend to share at some later point. :)

Have you ever shaken your head about a hateful comment and thought “If you only knew the whole story…”?

beautiful things can be found on this planet… 

How I feel literally every time somebody pays me a compliment. Because seriously, I am not the nice person people seem to think I am. ;’)

How I feel literally every time somebody pays me a compliment. 
Because seriously, I am not the nice person people seem to think I am. ;’)