To ascribe this entirely to contempt for black men is to miss an essential variable, though—a very real, American fear of them. They—we—are inexplicably seen as a millions-strong army of potential killers, capable and cold enough that any single one could be a threat to a trained police officer in a bulletproof vest. There are reasons why white gun’s rights activists can walk into a Chipotle restaurant with assault rifles and be seen as gauche nuisances while unarmed black men are killed for reaching for their wallets or cell phones, or carrying children’s toys. Guns aren’t for black people, either.


Click here to watch more of Jordan Klepper and Jessica Williams’s safety tips for college students from last night’s Daily Show.

hallowed-hellhound This is the daily show bit I was talking about at lunch. It’s amazing


While working on HTTYD2, I got to help the amazing director Dean Deblois, and the legendary Nico Marlet with Hiccups fly suit design and his new fancy peg leg. I will be posting art work I did for the movie this whole week!


Ambitious LEGO builder Imagine Rigney designed and constructed this spectacular recreation of the Fall of Cloud Cuckoo Land and the Master Builder’s Submarine from The LEGO Movie.

Cloud Cuckoo Land is “a land up in the clouds where there are no rules, no limits, no bushy mustaches and no bedtimes. Reached by traveling up a rainbow and home to the sweet and plucky Princess Unikitty, Cuckoo Land is built from every kind of piece using every type of LEGO imagination. Unknown to most, it is also the secret meeting place of the Master Builders.”

In addition to its complexity and inherent awesomeness, this is easily one of the most psychedelic LEGO builds we’ve ever seen.

[via The Brothers Brick and The Brick Fan]