I really don’t like how they got rid of Wells like that, mostly because he was empirically the best character on the entire show. I literally don’t care about anyone else; they have the depth of a sheet of paper. Bellamy is starting to develop some character, but Clarke’s just flat out boring, and the only time she actually showed some emotion was when she got intoxicated on whiskey that should have been kept for antiseptic or something.
In three episodes, Wells:
1) Buried Chuck and Lance, (I gave them names - the idiots who died before they even got to Earth) two people he didn’t even know
2) Stood up for order instead of chaos
3) Did everything that a smart person would do
4) Kept secrets even though he didn’t want to
5) Let Clarke hate him because he watched The Dark Knight a lot and wanted to be like Batman
6) Beat Julian from Continuum
7) Identified every fauna known to man (He got A’s in Earth Science, too based)
8) Got killed by a girl who is clearly way too old to be that stupid (seriously, what 12ish year old believes her nightmares are real? WHY THE HELL WAS SHE ON THE POD IN THE FIRST PLACE? Did they notice a crazy little kid was clearly missing on the roster?)
Seriously, I would cull the entire cast and just have Wells create a small utopia on Earth, then when the people from the Ark show up, they could see how wrong they were to send the other 99 kids down.
I’m not sure if I want to tune in for these other losers. Jasper should have died twice since he clearly died the first time he was speared. Seriously, he was dead in that scene, but the producers liked him so they brought him back for more episodes. WELLS 4EVER.
things women worry about under patriarchy: rape, domestic violence, access to contraceptives, equal pay
things men worry about under patriarchy: getting called gay, paying for dates, why does the car wash give women $1 off on wednesdays
Finding massively reblogged statements that trivialize problems that affect both men and women, such as domestic violence, is my favorite part about tumblr, especially because the patriarchy is basically envisioned as some kind of super shield that prevents anything bad from ever happening to someone just because they’re male, even though male rape has been historically under-reported, with as few as 1 in 10 cases being reported due to stigma.
Rape is a terrible thing that can happen to anyone, just because it’s more prevalent against women doesn’t mean that male rape should just be brushed under a rug, especially when that attitude perpetrates the stigma surrounding male rape.
After all, it’s not a contest about who suffers the most: http://www.womenundersiegeproject.org/blog/entry/a-competition-of-suffering-male-vs.-female-rape
And it’s not okay to ignore that nearly 40 percent of all domestic violence victims are men simply because they don’t constitute the majority.
"Discussion of domestic violence as something that men do to women, even where this is predominately the case, obscures the roots of the problem, thus treating violence as if it’s something natural – even biologically – associated with men, rather than something that is learned, bound up with the norms associated with masculinity, and often part of cycles of violence that need to be healed. Connecting men with violence also makes it difficult for people see men as victims who deserve support."
This was probably just a snide joke but it kind of upsets me that men are usually seen as invulnerable aggressors with no problems.
It’s Christmas Eve at Tommy’s apartment. Denny is eating an entire gingerbread house and an unhealthy amount of icing as Mark and Lisa make out in the background. Tommy is throwing a football at the wall.
Tommy: Hah, are you excite for Christmas, Denny?
Denny: Oh boy am I!
Tommy: You better hope you good boy this year, else no Santa come with gifts for you!
The sound of hooves and sleigh bells on the roof quiets the room.
Mark: I think I better go back to my apartment, in case Santa comes.
Tommy: Ha, good idea Mahrk.
Lisa: I’d better go with him too, just in case Santa Claus forgets where we live.
Tommy: You so smart, Lisa.
As Mark and Lisa leave, a figure in a red suit slides down Tommy’s chimney, knocking silverware off of the fireplace mantle. It’s none other than old Saint Nick!
Denny: Wow! It’s really him!
Tommy: Oh Santa, oh hah. Wow. How’s your sex life?
Santa: Pretty swell, thanks for asking! I got some special presents for two of my favorite people.
Denny: You hear that Tommy!?
Tommy: Wow, you must be good boy this year!
Santa hands a stack of boxes to Tommy and Denny. Tommy opens the box to find a red dress for Lisa.
Tommy: Oh Santa, you think of errything!
Denny opens his box to find a football.
Denny: Thanks Santa! Now I have a football just like Tommy’s!
Tommy: Hey, let’s go play catch haaah?
The three men throw the football back and forth no more than 3 feet apart.
Tommy: This best Christmas ever!
And no one was sad ever again.
I was randomly looking for the title of a Hallmark Christmas movie when I came across this disturbing picture gallery. WHAT HAPPENED TO THEIR EYES?
Drakengard 3 Original Soundtrack Event BGM 2 feat Emi Evans
It’s like an enhanced version of “His Dream” with very beautiful vocal.
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Drakengard 3 OST shaping up to be 2stronk.
The Walking Dead has the worst parents.