It’s just like you guys to just up and decide to be ultra petty after now I make a huge deal about putting energy into being an adult. I keep trying to be good and you all keep pulling me back. What’s worse: You’re all sitting around being horrible and laughing, I’m alone, in the corner, sipping lukewarm water. That’s my life now! Limited amounts of lemon juice.
The strangest part about seeing so many people complain about those who oppose their outspoken tendencies clicking “unfriend” over competing viewpoints, is that those who complain are always the same people who completely vanish and/or delete entire conversations once facts contrary to their opinions are presented. I find it very interesting that one would ever invite verification and a fact check be conducted on their comment or article or factoid, and when the request is fulfilled, they clam up and say, “I don’t want to argue. We’ll just agree to disagree”. Are we arguing? You literally just asked the general public to do something, we have, and now you’re annoyed because we’re not on your side? Hmm… Okay~ 😆
What the fuck? NO! Stop it!
I’m with Toni’s sister…
I wonder why some people can’t just be honest and admit that they value the lives of children over literally everyone else… Do they think that others will call them trash for caring any less about a human being the moment it turns eighteen? I ask because it’s obvious that tons of people couldn’t care less about North Korean camps, the Israeli-Palestine conflict, massive earthquakes, fire bombing/drone attacks, and the plight of the world’s refugees until a picture of a dead toddler pops up in the news feed and/or on the evening news. It is only then that the masses mobilize, penning letters to and calling their congresspeople, and collecting donations to assist the suffering. What is it that is unique in a tormented child that kicks people into action? Are adults more responsible for their own adversity and children only victims? I’m very interested in the rationale behind the line of thinking that sees these kinds of responses to tragedy.
As she has gone from Disney Channel star to chart-topping singer, Ariana Grande has also become a public advocate for feminism. In a recent cover interview with Billboard, the 22-year-old Dangerous Woman artist gave a more in-depth look at how she thinks successful women are defined by the media. “I’ll never be able to swallow…
via Ariana Grande Wants Us to Stop Bringing Up Successful Women’s Boyfriends — TIME
but well over a dozen people visited my page today and it fucked with my stats graph. I have been pretty proud with my happy medium of four to seven hits a day. My graph looked very demure, but healthy-steady. Today, I have a huge uptick, and now it looks like I get shit views every other day. @__@ Mou… Everyone has to come back tomorrow. Shane~
Also, puppies (and by “puppies”, I mean wolves). ❤
Two of my favorite things on one t-shirt!! *HINT*PeoplewhopromisedtobuymeSuperMarioAllStarsformybirthday*HINT*
Get your twenty ounce mugs ready, a ten episode series based on the film ‘Dear White People‘ just got the green light from Netflix.
“Justin Simien will write the 10-episode comedy series as well as direct the series premiere.”
The series will premiere sometime next year, and is scheduled to broach far more than just legacies and race relations on college campuses.
I doubt any of the original cast will return for the show (maybe “Whitney”?), but I’m interested to see how this plays out, as well as if the series will be as good and as well received as the film was.