do you ever just
make a friend and think
I am so glad this friend is mine
waking up and checking your tumblr like it’s the morning paper
If dudes are expected to have a lot of sex
But ladies are expected to stay virgins until marriage
But homosexuality is bad
Is This A Kink I Have Or Was This Fic just Really Well Written; an existential crisis in three acts
[[[ I have no idea what I’m even doing anymore… ]]]
Post manga Atemu/Yami. Yes that means he’s dead. No that doesn’t really change anything. Mainly done for the sake of stalking and subsequently picking on Kaiba. Because there’s no bigger troll than the great pharaoh.
And that’s all you really need to know. Disposition, motivation and incorporeal state subject to change only as storyline dictates.
Storyline mostly made up on the spot.
… so I did a thing. oops?
All lies, the movie was fantastic. A little cheesy, especially if you saw the original “ST2: Wrath of Khan”, but it was great.
Yeah, I figure I’ll watch it either way, I was just getting kind of “… peasants” over my dash’s response to it.
A study in “am I too old for this shit?”
This version of xKit is still sort of in development, so all the features/extensions aren’t there yet.
I see. Re: the tags thing - that works until you change the post type and then they magically disappear. :/
Okay so apparently xkit doesn’t have an “always reblog as text” option on it’s one click post thinger… and also can’t carry the tags over if you manually post in order to reblog something as text.
“I want to shoot her in the vagina and let her suffer”
Santilli defends his comment: “You need to understand that what I said was very clear. I didn’t want Hillary Clinton to die. I want her to suffer painfully, right in front of me, after she’s convicted for committing crimes against humanity. Tried for crimes against humanity. For drug trafficking, for killing human beings, anybody that opposes that is an idiot.
Now, the penalty for which I would volunteer to shoot her right in the vajayjay. I want her to remain alive, I don’t even want the death penalty for that. I think my penalty is more lenient than the penalty for treason.”
what. the. fuck.
Also, it’s hilarious.
And the acting is terrible.
But it gives you intense feels.
Also someone (important) might die.
Benedict carried the film with fantastic acting.
But no one cares because he shouldn’t have been cast in that role.
J.J. Abrams is the devil.
(Don’t) watch it.
and yet men remain the most marketed demographic for just about everything.
I’m pretty sure the only men who spend more time thinking about DC than women on Tumblr are the men who actually work there.
(Unpacking the Snowflake - Kevin M. Hemer)
In 1962— before Civil Rights legislation, when Black people were literally having their houses bombed for moving into white neighborhoods, and Black neighborhoods were being bombed in entirety for having nice houses, white people were literally releasing dogs on Black children (my parents) for walking to school, Black children and teenagers were literally leaving school to protest and then being arrested for demanding to be treated equally, police commissioners were driving through Black neighborhoods in tanks to instill fear in them for wanting to be treated equally, everything was separate with Black people getting the shittier end, they literally had lower education standards for Black schools and Black people were still getting lynched and the KKK was strong—
White people when surveyed said “there is equal opportunity“… So don’t think it’s weird that 93% or so of white people still think “there is equal opportunity” today. They’ve literally always been wrong and still are.
This post isn’t about welfare, but it beautifully illustrates a point I’ve been making (or trying to make) since I started this blog:
Privileged people do not understand the realities of people who lack their privilege.
White people assume PoC have the same education and job opportunities.
People with permanent addresses assume homeless people can just fill out an application for McDonalds or Burger King, be hired, and immediately use their paychecks to secure housing.
People who don’t receive welfare assume people on welfare are lazy and intentionally having multiple children and not looking for jobs.
This is why I am always, always asking people if they’ve ever considered that maybe, JUST MAYBE, they don’t have the whole story about their cousin/neighbor/friend’s sister. Because people in privilege tend to ascribe their own circumstances to everyone, even when that’s the exact opposite of reality.