Mnemonic Ntjeru

a long way from home. You will find pretty things, cats, nerd rants, memes, tropes and BAMFs here. [[ Also Known As "Kira Douji" - RPer, writer, gamer, amv enthusiast and complete otaku.]]

 

My Ao3 Account

 

Why I'm Serious About Made Up Things - And You Are Too!

Recent Tweets @w3djyt
Posts I Like
Who I Follow
Posts tagged "submission"
calleo:

w3djyt:

calleo:

I’m not seeing the connection between the upper and lower text here.

And that’s why I follow you.
That and the smartassery. Can’t get enough of that shit.

SERIOUSLY THOUGH, I don’t get this rabbit.
It wasn’t snark, I literally do not understand the connection.

Basically, they think that being the opposite gender should preclude them from playing a character comfortably let alone with such enthusiasm and empathy. Because gender roles are strict or something. It reads kind of like a guy who plays a woman character and really enjoys it adding “BUT I’M NOT GAY OR WANT TO BE A WOMAN OR ANYTHING… it’s just the personality, I swear!!!”

calleo:

w3djyt:

calleo:

I’m not seeing the connection between the upper and lower text here.

And that’s why I follow you.

That and the smartassery. Can’t get enough of that shit.

SERIOUSLY THOUGH, I don’t get this rabbit.

It wasn’t snark, I literally do not understand the connection.

Basically, they think that being the opposite gender should preclude them from playing a character comfortably let alone with such enthusiasm and empathy. Because gender roles are strict or something. It reads kind of like a guy who plays a woman character and really enjoys it adding “BUT I’M NOT GAY OR WANT TO BE A WOMAN OR ANYTHING… it’s just the personality, I swear!!!”

calleo:

I’m not seeing the connection between the upper and lower text here.

And that’s why I follow you.
That and the smartassery. Can’t get enough of that shit.

calleo:

I’m not seeing the connection between the upper and lower text here.

And that’s why I follow you.

That and the smartassery. Can’t get enough of that shit.

skepticalavenger:

fuckyeahreligionpigeon:

People of faith often claim that the crimes of Hitler, Stalin, Mao and Pol Pot were the inevitable product of unbelief. The problem with fascism and communism, however, is not that they are too critical of religion; the problem is that they are too much like religions. Such regimes are dogmatic to the core and generally give rise to personality cults that are indistinguishable from cults of religious hero worship. Auschwitz, the gulag and the killing fields were not examples of what happens when human beings reject religious dogma; they are examples of political, racial and nationalistic dogma run amok. There is no society in human history that ever suffered because its people became too reasonable.
-Sam Harris

Beautifully said.

skepticalavenger:

fuckyeahreligionpigeon:

People of faith often claim that the crimes of Hitler, Stalin, Mao and Pol Pot were the inevitable product of unbelief. The problem with fascism and communism, however, is not that they are too critical of religion; the problem is that they are too much like religions. Such regimes are dogmatic to the core and generally give rise to personality cults that are indistinguishable from cults of religious hero worship. Auschwitz, the gulag and the killing fields were not examples of what happens when human beings reject religious dogma; they are examples of political, racial and nationalistic dogma run amok. There is no society in human history that ever suffered because its people became too reasonable.

-Sam Harris

Beautifully said.

calleo:

thisisnotjapan:

link

I find them very upsetting. :(

Summary: A professor at University of North Carolina claims that there were no concentration camps in America. 

Y’know, except there were. COUGHCOUGHJAPANESEINTERNMENTCOUGH

This professor is trying to rewrite history and pretend it never happened. I feel that that is unacceptable and all of the commentors at the bottom seem to agree.

Thanks to the-pursuit-of-hapa-ness for your submission!

Pretty sure that George Takei, who was actually IN one of those camps with his family during that time, would disagree with every point in that article.

Ah! I thought I was missing my daily why-I-hate-this-state! Thanks!

theslayersblog:

Here is a rare pic of Lina Gourry and Naga

-scrik

mamamantis:

rainbowdash-likesgirls:

oldtobegin:

jacquelinejane:

lovehustle:

specialshera:

thumbsuckerx:

And it’s shit like this that I don’t really think people understand. While you’re supporting the gutting of food stamps, medicaid, and other social programs, you’re legitimately committing people to die. 

One of the men I’ve known my entire life passed away this year because he had to choose between care for his heart issues and putting food on the table for his kids.

This isn’t a joke.

UNIVERSAL HEALTHCARE, PLEASE?

It is simply disgusting that the US STILL doesn’t have universal health care. Wake up… :|

when rick santorum claims that nobody in the united states dies because of a lack of health insurance…

My sister had cancer and died this July just before her 20th birthday. I always say she was one of the lucky ones. Why? If we were not so well off we would not have been able to pay for her treatment. They couldn’t save her anyway, but I’m crying thinking of the pain she would have been in if we wouldn’t have been able to afford it. I also would have lost about two years with her. Without healthcare, she would have died around her 18th birthday. Most of those two years were healthy and happy for her, thanks to the healthcare we were able to afford. I’m floored at how privileged I am—and how much you have to be to afford cancer treatment. A simple CAT scan, which had to be done every couple months, was in the five-figure range. And that’s not even treatment. I don’t know exactly how much that cost, but it put a financial strain on us even though our family income is upwards of $150k. Please, people: the current healthcare system is discriminatory, family-destroying, and worst of all, places a price on human life.

if you don’t support government supported healthcare and welfare i hate you

(via remanoir)

keeff:

twigwise:

transbodypride:

Hi guys, My name is Kyle. I am 18 and a transgender male.

We only have 1 MONTH (till december 19, 2012) to get 25,000 signatures on the petition I just created for the white house to review. It is basically asking them to provide coverage for transgender surgeries and hormonal treatment. Here is a link to the exact petition: 

https://petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/provide-financial-coverage-sex-reassignment-surgeries-transgender-americans/SXvgvYhv

Come on guys, I have seen the dumbest posts on here get a million notes. All we need is 25,000. So REBLOG REBLOG. And tell you friends and such. It takes 2 seconds and can really make a difference in someones life. Being transgender is both a medical and emotional condition that DESERVES coverage. The cost of these things make goals for some seem almost unreachable. 

if this doesn’t get enough signatures

I WILL SHIT ON EVERYTHING

this has 1000 notes and only 344 signatures. that’s unacceptable.

I want my transition to be fucking covered you dickwhistles

I can’t sign this because I’m not American therefore  my ‘Zip code’ will be invalid. Please, please sign this. It’ll obvious mean a huge deal to a lot of trans* people in America. 

(via remanoir)

raydere:

aboutmaleprivilege:

I found this photo somewhere, it isn’t mine but I think the message is pretty clear.

I honestly don’t have a problem with women who have bodily hair. I mean yes, some people may not like it, but that’s their problem; people shouldn’t be dictating what others do with their bodies.
And also, that “hygiene” bullshit can go to hell. If women are unhygenic just for having armpit hair, then what about men? OH WAIT I FORGOT, women are expected to be as spotless as a porcelein doll, while men are expected to be “tough” and manly and devoid of any sort of beauty. Thanks, society.
(Which is ironic, because I periodically shave my legs and armpits and do so of my own accord. Go figure.)
(Also I’m pretty sure some of my followers will find me gross for not being disgusted by the same things they’re disgusted by. Again, their problem. Fuck them. </lolopinions>)

raydere:

aboutmaleprivilege:

I found this photo somewhere, it isn’t mine but I think the message is pretty clear.

I honestly don’t have a problem with women who have bodily hair. I mean yes, some people may not like it, but that’s their problem; people shouldn’t be dictating what others do with their bodies.

And also, that “hygiene” bullshit can go to hell. If women are unhygenic just for having armpit hair, then what about men? OH WAIT I FORGOT, women are expected to be as spotless as a porcelein doll, while men are expected to be “tough” and manly and devoid of any sort of beauty. Thanks, society.

(Which is ironic, because I periodically shave my legs and armpits and do so of my own accord. Go figure.)

(Also I’m pretty sure some of my followers will find me gross for not being disgusted by the same things they’re disgusted by. Again, their problem. Fuck them. </lolopinions>)

(via a-brilliant-loser)

stephenshep:

beckdamisendgame:

theyahooanswers:

Am I gay?

HOW DOES THAT EVEN HAPPEN

LAUGHING MY ASS OFF AT THIS PERSONS CONFUSION.

(via hi8h-panduh)

artist-confessions:

Just in case someone can’t read it above (although I think it’s quite legible) it reads:
“As an artist, you need to accept that not everyone will love what you post. BUT as a viewer, you need to accept that not everyone will post what you love.”

artist-confessions:

Just in case someone can’t read it above (although I think it’s quite legible) it reads:

“As an artist, you need to accept that not everyone will love what you post. BUT as a viewer, you need to accept that not everyone will post what you love.”

(via remanoir)