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July 09 2017

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weavemama:

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>several dog food companies
Oh no, they’re testing dog food on dogs!

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knowledgeandlove:

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#and I just don’t feel entitled to someone else’s life’s work.

That comment exactly!! It’s not mine and I can survive without it, so I will.

This is why honey is not vegan.

The problem here is that honey, especially if you buy it ethically from an apiarist, isn’t actually detrimental to the well-being of the bee or the hive. In the wild, honey is used as a food stock, but in a domesticated honeybee colony, the bees are fed quite well, and so the honey is a surplus.

The alternatives, like sugar, relies on monocrops in third world countries, with transient labour. Growing up, there was a sugarcane field by my house, and I’m sure the Haitian men who worked backbreaking hours hacking a machete through knife-bladed leaves in 40 degree heat for a couple dollars a day would have traded a testicle to be a Canadian honeybee. Stevia’s going the same way, iirc.

Additionally, apiarists are actually huge proponents and activists for sustainable bee-keeping, and it’s estimated that the domesticated hive may be the last great hope for declining populations, because we can optimize their chances for survival.

It’s their life’s work, sure, but it’s not the death of them to use it responsibly.

literally read anything about the history of sugarcane and the cuban sugar industry if you think sugar is or ever has been more ethical than honey

Beekeepers-

  • Provide a home for the bees
  • Keep that home warm in the winter
  • Keep the bees well fed, negating the need for honey, which the bees would make anyways
  • Still do not take all the honey, just in case
  • Protect the bees from predators
  • Monitor the hives for any signs of the parasites, diseases, etc. that cause colony collapse disorder

Their bees-

  • Provide a valuable and reliable source of pollination for plants in the area, both wild and crops
  • Help keep the local ecosystem healthy

Honey-

  • Is one of the healthiest things you can eat
  • Is able to keep for a EXTREMELY long time (Millennia even), making it more valuable than many perishable foods without being full of preservatives
  • Can be used to soothe sore throats, nauseau, etc.
  • Has been eaten by humans since at least Ancient Egypt (We’ve found STILL EDIBLE honey in tombs)
  • Is a great tool in cooking, adding sweetness without raising the sugar content much
  • Is a staple food in many people’s diets

Honey is amazing you can put it on or in pretty much everything I goddamn love it and you should too.

Honey is also a natural antimicrobial that has been used medicinally since time out of mind on external wounds like edible neosporin.

Particularly useful in the treatment of dermal abcesses.

“oh no we steal it from the bees!”

*has no problem benefiting from exploited migrant farm workers*

^^^

lil-mizz-jay:

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nikolaecuza:

danosaurs-and-philions:

im a bad person who thinks bad thoughts like ‘ew what is that girl wearing’ and then remember that im supposed to be positive about all things and then think ‘no she can wear what she wants, fuck what other people say damn girl u look fabulous’ and im just a teeny bit hypocritical tbh

I was always taught by my mother, That the first thought that goes through your mind is what you have been conditioned to think. What you think next defines who you are.

READ THIS THEN READ IT AGAIN

I don’t normally reblog posts with over 100k notes, let alone 1.5 million, but gat damn girl that is some fucking solid philosophy, lemmie hear it one more time!

But the post itself says ‘and then I remember I’m supposed to…’

This person has been trained to think that way. As mean as your first thoughts are, they’re candid and honest. If your brain is being a bitch, it’s better to be honest and think harder on why than it is to dumpster the thought and never consider it again.

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tygermama:

every time I see more of the ‘ao3 is evil’ crap circulating I think, ‘well, tumblr is evil too and I don’t see you stop using it’

You know, the more I think about this, the more I think the real complaint isn’t that AO3 hosts “evil” content, it’s that it doesn’t allow harassment/dogpiling of “evil” creators as easily as Tumblr. Abuse won’t remove or even re-tag a work except in a handful of very specific cases, but they will suspend or ban users for harassment, including filing repeated unfounded Abuse reports. Authors also have at least some ability to screen/block comments on works, and there’s no direct messaging system outside of commenting on works through which to pursue harassment. You can follow a creator but you can’t block them (much less encourage others to do the same).

Tumblr, by contrast, generally ignores any abuse report that doesn’t involve the DMCA, and aggressive anons can and have driven bloggers off the site entirely. The fact that the same tactics are used by social justice bloggers and neo-Nazis (for instance) doesn’t matter – they’re the affordances of the site, by accident or design, and an entire fannish generation have gotten very used to performing their fannish (and moral) identity in this fashion.

(I thinks it’s relevant that AO3 was designed by fandom’s LJ generation and in some respect mirrors the affordances of LJ circa 2010. Tumblr is a very different site and that, moreso than age differences, seems to be at the root of this – though of course age intersect with site experience in a non-trivial way.)

ding ding ding ding.

Ao3 requires you to police your own consumption of content.  Ao3 won’t let you destroy someone’s online presence simply because you don’t like it.   Ao3 won’t let you impose your own morality on other without cause.

If you have issues with this, and the fact that Ao3 requires you to have responsibility and agency,  then you seriously need to sit down and have a damned good long hard look at yourself.

The question I usually fail to see being answered when people bitch about the content on AO3 is - so who gets to decide?

You? Me? A committee of my friends? Of yours? Of those who have the most kudos? Of those who have no interest in fandom, but want to protect other people from dangerous content, whatever it may be? Who gets that power, and how long will they have it?

Who are you comfortable with giving the power of regulating all the content? What happens in grey areas? What happens when something you like isn’t liked by the Decider? Is there an appeal? Who gets to make the arguments for and against something?

The world is complex and there are no easy answers.

The impossibility of creating a censorship board that curates based on content is a great reason why those things don’t exist, and shouldn’t.

Certain people are screaming that AO3 is bad because it’s not a “safe space.” The real problem they have, though, is that AO3 was created to be a safe space - for writers. And it does a pretty good job of that. It was designed to be a place where writers are safe from arbitrary content rule changes, random and unwarned deletions, and abuse-report abuse (which is common on ff.net). The Four Big Warnings + CNTW system is beautiful in its fairness and simplicity.

Antis can’t take control of it. And because control-freakdom is at the heart of their “movement,” this drives them into frenzies. Good. It motivated me to dig a little deeper into my pocket to donate on the last drive. For all the pleasure AO3 has given me over the years, that’s money well spent.

The real problem they have, though, is that AO3 was created to be a safe space - for writers. 

Preach it loud and hard!

I’m a member of the LJ generation, and when I first came to Tumblr (grudgingly and out of desperation, I might add, since it tragically seems to be the only place to really connect with other fandom peeps) I was horrified at how people here had established this sort of fucked up bully culture, where nobody is responsible for monitoring their own consumption, and rather they expect everyone else to custom tailor content to the whims and desires of the Shrieking Banshee Masses. And woe be to the person who doesn’t bend and break! “I’m going to bully you while accusing you and your Big Mean Poopie Content of being the actual bully, so I can hopefully distract you and others from realizing I’m being a royal intrusive asshat who failed Astronomy 101 b/c I clearly believe the world revolves around me.”

The irony here is that this in itself is an abuse tactic - victim blaming with a side of gaslighting. Pot, meet kettle.

And it’s the exact same mentality that drives right-wing lunatics to kick up a fuss about the existence of icky cootie gay people in media because we need to “protect family values”, or who take to screeching at Starbucks because their particular religious symbolism isn’t portrayed on the winter holiday cups and OMG WAR ON CHRISTMAS, STARBUCKS STOP OPPRESSING ME BY NOT CATERING TO MY PERSONAL TASTE.

The mentality is one and the same - “Cater to ME ME ME or FACE MY DIVINE WRATH even if it means taking away other people’s freedom!” while hiding behind a flimsy-ass shield of faux righteous anger.  

And when these bozos find an environment or situation where they’re unable or not allowed to bully people into silence and submission, they stomp their feet and pitch a tantrum and claim that they’re the ones being oppressed. Identical shit, different pile, and it’s the exact same infantile, schoolyard rubbish no matter which side it’s coming from.

This was a really interesting read. The last poster in particular but all of it.

Okay, so I find the history behind this discussion really interesting, because there are two things that stand out to me. One is the thought AO3′s culture is equivalent to LJ circa 2010. This is almost true, except you actually have to go back further. Ao3 and Dreamwidth are both specifically trying to recreate the fan culture of Livejournal from 1999-2007, and I can say that with some authority because A) I was there (olllld) and B) both were founded in 2008/09 as a direct response to the shit happening on LiveJournal and Fanlib. 

The other thing is the idea that anon-harassment culture started with Tumblr. Because, kiddos, did it ever not. Tumblr is very much Fanfiction.net circa 1998-forward. (That’s right, FF.N was basically always awful.) But how we got from there to here is actually really interesting And tangly. And long.

Up to the late 1990s, fan communities were often small and decentralized because there was a huge fear that fans would be targeted by content creators if they drew too much attention. Since several authors (Anne Rice, Mercedes Lackey, Anne McCaffery) actually DID issue cease&desists to fan creators, it’s kind of understandable where the fear came from. It’s also why you still see fanfic floating around with disclaimers, something young!tumblr loves to mock.

Harry Potter changed *everything*. Like, I really can’t emphasize how much. Fanfiction was always there, being shared on email lists or privately hosted or literally mailed cross country. But Harry Potter hit BIG in 1997. It had a massive crossover appeal that hadn’t been seen since probably the original Star Trek, and the baby Internet was all. over. it. If you weren’t there, imagine Twilight. But bigger. And J.K. Rowling stood out from other creators by condoning fanfiction in her very early interviews. Not to mention there was a lot of down time between books and, as you might know, the fans do not do well unpoliced. 

This led to, I’m not kidding, an explosion of sites like FF.N. I don’t think a lot of younger users get how revolutionary AO3 is: not just because it created a safe space, but because of how much it’s done to centralize fanfiction on the internet. We used to get our fix through webrings and e-serves, so in the late 90s/early 00s we thought nothing of having dozens of scattered fanfic sites.

At the same time, the Digital Millennium Copywrite Act was coming down. The legality of fanworks was getting more and more complex. And no one knew how to handle these questions, because they had literally never come up before. When it was just authors going after individual fans, things usually went quick and brutal. Fans had neither the money nor the legal teams to stand up to creators, even if (as we were slowly beginning to realize) we had a strong case to create and share fanworks. So, if you got hit with a takedown notice, you took your fic down and laid low, hoping to avoid any further interest. 

But now the legal burden was shifting from individuals to well-funded corporations. Fanfic.net and LJ didn’t want to shut down their fan-contributors, who were creating a huge stream of free content and bringing in advertising revenue. At the same time, they didn’t want to get shut down by a lawsuit if Lucasfilm found Han/Chewie smut and decided to go after the real money. The next 10 years were basically all of us – authors, fan creators, website executives – stumbling through brand new legal territory and figuring it out by trial and error. FF.N erred on the side of caution by becoming more and more restrictive. They shut down the entire Anne McCaffrey and Anne Rice sections, and eventually banned “pornographic” fanfiction from the site in an attempt to cover their legal rears. (It backfired, unsurprisingly, because say what you will about fandom: we like our smut. Also, FF.N had other issues that we won’t get into here will discuss shortly.) A bunch of other sites folded or waned in popularity as fandom wars divided the fan population. Authors scattered to the winds, and a lot of them ended up on LJ. 

LJ started out very user friendly. We’re talking an open source code, an almost entirely volunteer staff. Even after it was sold to 6Apart in 2005, LJ was pretty permissive. A lot of that had to do with the aforementioned DMCA, which protected ISPs and hosting corporations. Like I mentioned above, a lot of the migration from FF.N to LJ (as a place for fanfiction SPECIFICALLY) came when FF.N started banning explicit fanworks. Why? Because FF.N targeted these fanworks based entirely on user reports. “Tell us if you find porn,” FF.N said, “And we’ll take care of it.”

Backup real quick. LJ, in many ways, set the standard for online privacy in a way that was far ahead of its time. Friendslocked journals were the norm rather than the exception and many, many communities disallowed anonymous commenting. (I’m not saying LJ wasn’t toxic as fuck, by the way. It is 2017 and let’s all have a moment of acknowledgement for how terrible LJ culture actually could be.) But LJ, on the whole, was much, much better at self-policing than FF.N. On FF.N, all of your stuff was out in the open. It was just there. Anyone could read it, anyone could report it.

And these two sites coexisted. All BNFs had a private journal and a public FF.N page. So if I hated someone and I wanted to harass them off the internet, on LJ, I’d have to make multiple sock puppets and concoct elaborate multi-journal ruses to do it on LJ (haha, who would do THAT?). What am I to do? Simple: Head off to FF.N and anonymously flame them there!

FF.N became synonymous with anonymous hate long before the anti-smut censorship came down. But once those rules were in place, the system was rife for abuse by the Purity Police or grudgewankers. Waaaaaaaaaaaaaay before it was cool to dm “kill urself” to someone on tumblr, it was happening on FF.N. All you, the early internet user, had to do was post a report link for your rival’s FF.N account on your LJ. Hate a pairing? A kink? Why not post a scathing rant, link included, to this captive audience of ALL YOUR FRIENDS.

Yeah, this system had no room for abuse.

So. FF.N opened the door and fandom came rushing through like the raging assholes we are. Certain Fandoms Alluded To Previously got so deeply divided that they split and formed their own fanfiction archives that occasionally rained hate on each other. Everyone else slowly withdrew to LJ, where locked communities offered some level of protection. Then, irony of ironies, fandom as a whole got targeted by the purity wankers. And of course, of course, it came back to Harry Potter. 

It’s 2007. Things have quieted down since 2001, when certain unnamed people’s fics were targeted for plagiarism and deleted from FF.N even though, just to be clear, they actually were plagiarized and, while there was an element of mob persecution, the actual fact remains that the work in question was legitimately in violation of FF.N’s TOS.

Ahem. It’s 2007. And everyone’s fairly chill. Creators are far more comfortable with fanfiction and fan creators are confident in posting their work so long as they aren’t profiting directly from it. Hosting sites, meanwhile, are profiting from fanworks, but they’ve got the legal shield of the DMCA to hide behind, so they’re feeling A-OKAY. And then Warriors for Innocence appears. WfI existed before strikethrough, and they existed after, but they made their mark on fandom when they reported upwards of 500 journals, most of them fan journals and communities, to LJ. The theory runs as follows: 6A, the company who’d bought LJ 2 years prior, realizes that the DMCA didn’t protect them if the fan works in question are “indecent”. Compounding this, 6A is already trying to clean up the famdomier aspects of LJ. Either they’re looking for a sale, or sites like ONTD are bringing in massive amounts of hits. WfI brings 6A a perfect hit list, and 6A goes to work.

So one morning we all wake up and find that hundreds of journals, including the pornish_pixies community and several BNF’s personal journals, have been deleted. Literally gone: a lot of the media stored on these communities has been purged forever. Hope you had backups. Also gone: large swaths of the Pretty Gothic Lolita community, Lolita book discussion groups, and rape survivor communities. 

In a quest to rid LJ of “pedophilia,” 6A wiped out a large swath of ethically questionable fanfic, and woke a beast. Again: We like our porn. 6A took a step back and restored some of the deleted journals, but the damage had been done. AO3 was already being discussed as a response to Fanlib, a hosting site that wanted to charge for access to fanfiction. (Yes, if you’ve been following along, that was a terrible idea. But that’s a post for another day.) But as AO3 began to change and grow, creators specifically wrote provisions into the TOS that guaranteed a strikethrough-esque event could never happen on the site. A specific kink or pairing would never be considered a violation of the TOS. The onus was on the reader, not the author, to protect themselves with the information given. Basically, AO3 took the early fandom nugget “Don’t like, don’t read” and made it policy. When peole say AO3 grew out of Livejournal, they’re specifically referencing this. One event that proved ALL OF OUR LONGSEATED FEARS WERE TRUUUUUUUUUE.

Rising from the ashes of LJ, you also had Dreamwidth. I’m actually kind of surprised DW wasn’t mentioned in the OP, since it grew out of the same ideology as AO3. Run by fans, for fans, because LJ (which at this point had been sold to SUP Media) had no idea what it was doing. Also like AO3, DW went to extreme lengths to make a safe fan culture inherent to the structure the site. Stay within the law, and DW and AO3 will back you up.

It’s worth noting that Tumblr actually predates Strikethrough. But Tumblr, unlike DW and AO3, wasn’t designed for fans. It didn’t carry the legacy of Strikethrough with it the way AO3 and DW did. So I guess– I have no evidence, but I’m surmising – that’s how it fell into the role of Natural Successor to Fanfic.net and Livejournal. It’s kind of inevitable, actually, that since neither LJ nor Tumblr was made for fans, they ended up falling into the same black hole of fandom collision. Kinkshaming people off the internet for literally as long as there’s been an internet. And then, on the other hand, you’ve got DW and AO3, who’ve watched fandom rip itself apart AT LEAST 3 times and are determined not to let it happen again. DW and AO3: We haven’t cared about the filthy shit you’re into since 2008.

That’s it, folks. Fandom mom wrote almost 2k words on early fandom and now she needs a nap.

Man I love it when people use act acronyms and assume everyone knows them!

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‘We’re literally never going to learn from our mistakes.’

lil-mizz-jay:

Science: Bras cause back pain over long term and society didn’t even consider breasts to be taboo until 18th century England decided that rich women’s boobs shouldn’t be viewed by poor people because they’re exclusive content

Society: It’s still illegal to be topless in public fuck you

Science: Standing for 8 hours causes horrible spine problems and almost every country in the world has acknowledged this

Society: We’re still not giving employees chairs fuck you

Science: Solar energy can actually power this entire planet if we just build a single solar farm in a desert in Germany and it would provide so much power that every person on the planet could have a PC running 24/7 for the rest of time

Society: We’re still gonna use fossil fuels fuck you

Science: Stem cells could probably cure every disease on the planet including cancer, the cold, maybe even Alzheimer’s

Society: Fuck you

That bit about the solar panels, I don’t buy. Last time I saw one of those posts about solar, they needed to blanket an African country in the things. The biggest criticism I’ve never seen addressed is that they’re downright cost inefficient compared to fossil fuels. I keep hoping for news about improvements, but it never comes.

And the thing about boobs, that’s going to take time to change, but breasts are an erogenous zone, so there’s at least some real-deal scientific/medical backing to treating them as taboo.

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the-future-now:

An artist made a “third thumb” for your hand that makes everything easier

follow @the-future-now

so we’re just gonna play god now huh?

hell fucking yes we are

“now”?

Hon we been doing that since we started walking upright.

thought 1: horror

thought 2: I CAN BE DINOBOT 

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I can’t even fucking begin to articulate my rage at the idea of creating an intelligent being for YOUR sexual pleasure - I can’t even look at this right now I’m very close to joining the robots how is this okay this isn’t a seasoned protocol droid who after years and years of sentience made a consenting choice knowing full well what sex is

If this was BIOengineered and a brain instead of a computer (same thing at the root of it) with not even half the same same amount of processing capability people would all be shitting their pants - the potential for sentient sex bots is not good and downright cruel

i agree. even barring all discussion of “this is why robots will rise up against us” its very telling of our culture that we’re even willing to entertain the idea of this.

this isn’t a terminator ahhh spooky situation this is an ethic situation you can’t just make sentient life and be like your purpose is enjoyment of others

not to mention what this says about how our society treats human women – if you set down a female-appearing AI in front of a man and you go, okay, this is a sentient object that exists solely for your pleasure, and he buys into that messages and uses the AI accordingly, how does that begin to affect his interactions with human women, who weren’t built and designed exclusively for his pleasure?

Preface:  Please note that the idea of a lifelike sexdoll partner doesn’t appeal to me personally–too much into the uncanny valley. BUT FOR THE LOVE OF GOD HAVE A LITTLE BIT OF UNDERSTANDING FOR THE OTHER SIDE.

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‘Member when it was Christian conservatives trying to shame people for buying sex toys?

But real talk here, I see so many people who’re mocking men’s loneliness and needs. HAH! Right! “Loneliness”? “Needs”? Pfffft. Like MEN are human or something! Don’t make me laugh! (/s)

And even given this crap argument that sex dolls are only going to make men rapists, wouldn’t it be better for a crazy shitheel to buy a doll to let their crazy out on instead of a real human being and as a result someone gets hurt?

Why are ya’ll so concerned? “HOW WILL THIS THING DESIGNED TO MAKE MEN HAPPY AFFECT ME?” The sense of entitlement is astounding. Ya’ll are complaining about some men being inanimate objects while so many of you seem to see men as emotionless and humanless rape machines.

“Sex bots will make men rapists!”
Yeah, I seem to remember the same thing conservative Christians said about video games and violence.

Also, the hypocrisy around feminism and the whole saying that “Women need men like a fish needs a bicycle”, which is an appealing quote. Nobody ‘needs’ each other. But for the love of god have some self awareness! Maybe this is some sort of push-back in the same vein of “Men need women like a fish needs a bicycle”

Hell i the same vein of this topic some are even complaining that not even the whole doll is on sale, but just a replica of a woman’s mouth. 

Bitch please.

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I don’t doubt that those complaining about this have a plethora of dismembered penises they use for sexual pleasure in their panty drawers.

And honestly, if you feel so inadequate threatened by a lifeless sex doll that you have to rail on and shame those using them, then you’re probably too ugly on the inside to ever be a desirable partner.

IN SUMMARY: 
SEX TOYS FOR WOMEN ARE EMPOWERING
SEX TOYS FOR MEN ARE BAD AND CREATE FUTURE RAPISTS

Kill me.

So what happened when this AI thing goes berserk or gets hacked, and ends up killing someone?

This isn’t a Hollywood movie. This is real life. Let’s give you the argument that it even can be hacked. The worst thing that’ll happen is it’ll be shut off or stop working.

July 08 2017

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gargoylesstandingonsuperheroes:

Most Extreme Elimination Challenge MXC 206 Beauty Pageants vs Military Personnel

For those of you that never got to experience this show before, “Most Extreme Elimination Challenge” was a show that aired on Spike TV in the early 2000’s.  It basically uses old footage from a whacked-out Japanese game show called “Takeshi’s Castle” (footage that appears to be from the late 80’s/early 90’s, when the show was at the height of popularity in Japan), which is then edited and dubbed into English. 

The English dubbing, however, completely ignores whatever was actually being said in favor of creating its own narrative of pitting teams of various occupations against each other.  Every contestant has a ridiculous made-up name, and the show is rife with pun-named characters and crude humor.

It’s a beautiful thing that everyone needs to see.

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shako-makko:

Iraqi man cries bitterly at the British Museum when he sees his country’s stolen cultural heritage on display.

Except that he’s not at the British Museum, he’s at the Iraq National Museum in Baghdad. He’s crying because they thought the treasures of the Nimrod Exhibit where destroyed. He’s crying because his country’s cultural heritage still survives. Those are tears of joy.

but muh evil whitey?

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pr1nceshawn:

When The Cake Decorator Takes You Seriously…

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And that’s how the Horseshoe Theory works. Different extremes producing similar ideologies.

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I’m really glad that KC Green’s work is being more widely recognized after the whole “This is not fine” comic came out.

He’s been in the comic making game for a really long time and he has…a bit of a knack for creating things that are used as reaction images and never credited back to him.

He’s a really cool guy and a great artist and I HIGHLY recommend following his work.

i feel like its important to add that hes also responsible for dickbutt. thats an important part of his resume

Some lesser known KC Green Career Highlights:

honestly I swear he’s like. the best at unintentionally making reaction images

He also did the “I guess!” comic, didn’t he?


We’ve all been fans of KC Green this whole time and never even knew

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glitterysappho:

shout out to bi girls. as a lesbian, i can’t even THINK about marrying a man. you guys consider marrying men, not just men, STRAIGHT men. can’t relate. y'all are amazing.

not sure if bi positivity or male negativity

ah yes, the Dreaded Straight ™ man that bi women love

Since this person doesn’t know how positivity posts work, I’m gonna do it for them.

Shoutout to bi girls who like boys/married a man. I know you have to deal with a bunch of people saying you finally “picked a side” or people who claim you aren’t “LGBT enough”, you’re still bi. Your bf/husband is hella cute and so are you. 

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@klubbhead

What the hell is this cat pissed about all the damn time

Wounded officer sues Black Lives Matter leaders for inciting violence that led to attack

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nunyabizni:

“The lawsuit filed in a U.S. district court in Louisiana named DeRay McKesson and four other Black Lives Matter leaders as defendants and sought at least $75,000 in damages.

It came on the one-year anniversary of one of the deadliest days in modern U.S. history for law enforcement. On July 7, 2016, a black man angered by what he saw as deadly racial bias in U.S. policing launched a downtown Dallas sniper attack, killing five officers deployed at a protest decrying police shootings of black men.

McKesson was not immediately available for comment and Black Lives Matter leaders have denied accusations that their movement promotes violence against police.

About 10 days after the Dallas shooting, a decorated ex-U.S. Marine sergeant opened fire on police in Baton Rouge, killing three officers.

Baton Rouge had been hit by waves of protests after two police officers earlier that month killed a black man, Alton Sterling, under questionable circumstances. The incident was caught on video and sparked national debate.

The officer wounded in Baton Rouge, who was not named in the lawsuit, was shot by “a person violently protesting against police, and which violence was caused or contributed to by the leaders of and by ‘BLACK LIVES MATTER’,” the filing said.”

Good hit the terrorists where it hurts, the wallet. 

Let’s see what their excuse will be

“There may have been pain inflicted but it wasn’t violence. Violence = pain + power. Black people have never had power so…”

I want this on a shirt

July 07 2017

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zqqszrt5s4sz:

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uhhh

-big guy with robotic arm

-edgy looser who gets beaten up all the time

-femme fatale with stupid designed clothes

-weird hacker girl 

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this isn’t the right time Genji

PFFFF

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