Who wore it better?

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"It is not wise to find symbols in everything that one sees. It makes life too full of terrors."


Oscar Wilde (via heistenberg)

The W in “Wilde” looks like two upside-down pyramids.  Oscar Wilde confirmed for Illuminati shill..

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"As a vampire you were just a pathetic piece of shit.  Now you’re nothing but dog shit."

Such a corny line but I love it.

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beast wars is a fucking masterpiece. dont bother with mtmte. dont bother with prime. beast wars was and is thte height of the transformers franchise 



screw Megan Fox, where was this ass in the live action films?

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The Keyboard of Isolation by Jody Xiong

The Keyboard of Isolation is an installation conceived by Jody Xiong in order to denounce human fictitious relationships and loneliness caused by the pervasiveness of computers in everyday life. The artist has consequently arranged a hundred figurines locked in jars, the whole giving form to a giant computer keyboard. More details in images et vidéo.

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This is one of the many reasons editors are important.

are you telling me that Hatred doesn’t make you think of boogers?

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look at this edgy ass shit lmao

haha wow. I thought this would be some sort of irony trailer like the sunset overdrive one, but good lord someone seriously thought this was a good idea

six days in fallujah died so this game could live think about that

I have never laughed so goddamn hard in my entire life

gabriel belmont: kill the fucken world

so much edge it should play guitar for u2

There are actually comments on the video that are defending this (though it’s probably just Youtube’s terrible comment system pushing them up to the top).  They seem to think that people are offended by the violence in this game, but nobody was really offended until people found out about the developers’ neo-nazi connections.  Until then, everyone was shitting on this game because it’s an angry 14 year-old’s livejournal in video game form.

This trailer is like looking into the mind of Jack Thompson because I’m sure this is how he views every violent video game.

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I’m kind of scared to take the sticker off what the heck??

Put the sticker back

It actually got worse.

It went from oral sex between two consenting adults to two vandals bisecting, dismembering, and disemboweling one of their young and then dumping their own pureed excrement inside of its scraped-out body cavity for the purposes of a cannibalistic feast.

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production designThe Fifth Element (1997)

by Dan Weil

Fifth Element’s story didn’t do much for me but damn was it visually impressive

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Korra is a show for twelve year olds, a kid by any adult standard.

Believe it or not kids have a basic capability to process stressful situations as storytelling.

Stop trying to feel like you’re watching the next big Emmy-winning shit and just enjoy your kids’ show, for fuck’s sake. Nobody actually cares about whether you belong in your favorite show’s target audience or not.

Let’s not forget that comments like “how is this a kids’ show?” really denigrate the medium and kids in general.  Children’s media should be something that doesn’t talk down to its audience and something that any age group can enjoy.  I think it says more about how crappy a lot of TV is when this sort of thing is treated as groundbreaking rather than the standard that all shows should live up to.

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Josh Thomas talks about male suicide

I wonder how feminists will react to this

Probably ignore it then go back to making male tears mugs and gifs 

Actually this is a very common idea among feminists

It’s something feminists have been talking about for years it’s called toxic masculinity and it’s one of the common threads among the topic of ‘Patriarchy hurts men too’. In fact the first time I read about toxic masculinity was on a feminist blog.

If you actually read things feminists talk about instead of straw manning them you might know this but OH WELL

Man gives idea credence when explained by other man, water is still wet, news at 11.

Two things:

1) Fun how men are only interested in feminism insofar as what feminism will do for them

2) As outlined above, this has been an acknowledged issue for a LOOOOOONG time among feminists. Gender stereotypes hurt men too!

Granted, in recent years I have seen idiots in certain Tumblr feminist communities who’ve downplayed, mocked, or denied stuff like this, but Spiderkiss is correct.  As a man, I’ve had concern about this issue all my life, and “mainstream” feminists and feminists in academia were the first people I ever heard talking about it.  In my experience, they have brought more attention to this issue than any other group I’ve seen, and they’ve been talking about it long before Tumblr or MRAs became prominent.

Speaking of MRAs, you’d think they would raise concern about this since it affects men, but they seem to think that men commit suicide due to divorce laws or “conniving bitches” who ruin their lives or “male disposability” (which is a term they only seem to bring up to bash feminists or claim there’s a feminist conspiracy, rather than to help men feel less disposable).  Of course, this is what I hear when MRAs bother to talk about the causes of male suicide at all instead of just trotting out suicide statistics with no context in the hopes of scoring debate points.  If there’s anyone who seems to shun mens’ feelings, male sensitivity, or the idea of getting help it’s MRAs.  

Protip: you don’t get to complain about suicide rates when you go around calling men “manlets” or “manginas” when they stray outside of the stoic, ultra-masculine archetype that makes it harder to diagnose and talk about the emotional problems that lead to that sort of outcome in the first place.

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Every POC got this lesson.

My mother to this day still gives me this speech.

I still can’t believe they showed a Black father giving his Black daughter a talk about the repercussions of white privilege for us during prime time television and there was no white faux outrage. They probably didn’t know it was about them.

I’m gonna chime in as the white guy who inexplicably thinks people care what he says about this, and I’ll use much of my own family as reference.

You are correct.

Most of us won’t get it. Here’s why.

These characters are determined, smart, and outwardly successful. Many whites will watch this scene and see them as “deserving” of that success. They will subconsciously draw a distinction between these characters and actual living humans who have worked, say, only 50% harder than everyone else, and think of anyone struggling as lazy.

They’ll listen to him and say, “Hey, he’s right. That’s why I’M so comfortable. I clearly worked twice as hard as everybody else. Damn I’m awesome, just like them. Wow, life is hard.” There will be a glimmer of a thought process that this is a clear reference to black Americans, but it’s too easy to suppress that and move on.

In fact, it would require mental effort not to think that way. Thinking is hard work. The lengths to which people go to avoid it is stunning, and that will, unfortunately, happen here.

People in denial stay that way until they are personally emotionally affected. They want to be in denial; privileged ignorance is bliss.

I had a similar experience of ignorance when Chapelle’s Show had that sketch about how CEOs are treated by the justice system vs. how black people are treated.  All the stuff about CEOs being treated gingerly and being given slaps on the wrist made me say “yep, that’s how it is.”  I didn’t have the same reaction when Chapelle showed the other side of the coin.

When I saw stuff like court-appointed lawyers not caring about poor clients or the police shooting peoples’ dogs, planting evidence, and sexually assaulting the defendants’ family members I thought Chapelle was just exaggerating for shock value, but later on I found out that these things have happened and continue to happen.

Another example occurred when I was in college.  I was a strong anti-theist at the time and I wrote a short story that was critical of religion (specifically, liberal Christians), and I come from an area that has many liberal Christians.  The story never outright stated this critique or turned into atheist tract at any point, but I was worried that my writing was too hamfisted (which it probably was).  Everyone in class read the story but almost none of them picked up on the criticisms, and the few that did thought I was criticizing people for not being religious enough.  

I admit that a lot of my ideas on religion were dumb at the time but the point is that the message wasn’t picked up on, not whether or not the message was correct.  I think people have a tendency to ignore or misinterpret viewpoints that lie outside of their personal experience or the standard left/right dichotomy that’s presented in the news.  I think this is why so many stories beat their readers of the head with their morals and messages, particularly if it’s not a popular moral.  Hamfisted writing still annoys me (even when I agree with the message), but I can sorta understand why some people do it.

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too bad they didn’t lose any limbs

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About to use my softmodded Wii from 2008 and surprise surprise, the fucking batteries in my remote leaked. The remote itself still works, though.

same thing happened to my golden Triforce Wiimote and I haven’t gotten it to work since

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