Wow I’m not used to seeing so much CNN drama in the morning.
Chris Cuomo is in Amsterdam, and first there was a very emotional interview with a family of the victims and that was interesting to watch.
And then they got some guy from Russia Today and he just ARGUED with Chris like… what… what is…? Did they get him just so he could argue or…?
Chris asked him “why hasn’t Russia come forward and condemned the handling of the crash site”, and after that Chris could barely get another word in. Other Dude just sat there defending Russia and pointing fingers at US Intelligence and like… that’s… not the question you were asked…
We’re going to start a new system where we list the trigger warnings at the end of our reviews (see this for an example).
I know that some people like warnings for when something racist happens in a book. What would you call that? Just “Trigger Warnings For: racism”? “racist acts?” Or should it specify “racism towards American Indians”? What is the best way to communicate that a book may have a POC character/real person facing something racist or a white person doing something that reeks of white privilege? Should it all be called racism or should we specify if it is more white privilege?
Reblog in case some of my mutuals have ideas for this?
Imagine how is touch the sky
return here, please carts, i’m begging you
Don’t dead open inside
No one has ever believed in me as much as the guy that greets you at every pokemon gym.
Sailor Mars proves to be smarter than the entire Madoka Magica cast.
When I was a kid I thought your 20s were supposed to be fun, not filled with perpetual anxiety about financial stability and constantly feeling like an unaccomplished piece of shit.
That’s because it was fun for baby boomers and they basically gave us this impression it would always be like that, but then they ruined the economy.
Marvel Comics is making Thor a woman. From Time Magazine:
TIME: How do you think this will impact fans who have been with the male version of Thor for such a long time?
Jason Aaron, writer of the Thor series: If you’re a long-time Thor fan you know there’s kind of a tradition from time to time of somebody else picking up that hammer. Beta Ray Bill was a horse-faced alien guy who picked up the hammer. At one point Thor was a frog. So I think if we can accept Thor as a frog and a horse-faced alien, we should be able to accept a woman being able to pick up that hammer and wield it for a while, which surprisingly we’ve never really seen before.
THIS IS SO AWESOME. I FEEL LIKE I CAN PUNCH THROUGH SEVERAL DIMENSIONS.