The Shape of Things to Come.

A dude in Seattle. Blogging stuff like; other people's art, My occasional art, Cute stuff, Mega64 stuff and Gifs I make.

My mom got me a big framed poster of this for some reason and I don’t know why. I gave it back.

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godsmangina:

Liking people is stupid all you end up doing is ruining songs you really liked beforehand

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Just because you really want something does not mean you can get it.

Just because you can’t get something does not mean you stop wanting it.

I’ve never forgotten about the utter existence of a movie as much as I did about The Rocker.

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So many people blown away by that time slowed down scene in that X-men movie, but they did that stuff already in Clockstoppers, it ain’t nothing new. Go watch Clockstoppers it’s got ton of that shit in it AND French Stewart. X-MEN DIDN’T HAVE FRENCH STEWART! Only Patrick Stewart. Who we all can agree is the inferior Stewart.

nonstandardrepertoire:

friendly reminder that the first usage of singular they cited in the OED is in 1526
friendly reminder that Shakespeare, Austen, Thackeray, and Shaw all used singular they
friendly reminder that “his or her” constructions exclude many trans individuals
friendly reminder that if you argue that singular they is “grammatically incorrect”, you are putting adherence to an arbitrary system of rules higher than the wellbeing of actual humans

nonstandardrepertoire:

friendly reminder that the first usage of singular they cited in the OED is in 1526

friendly reminder that Shakespeare, Austen, Thackeray, and Shaw all used singular they

friendly reminder that “his or her” constructions exclude many trans individuals

friendly reminder that if you argue that singular they is “grammatically incorrect”, you are putting adherence to an arbitrary system of rules higher than the wellbeing of actual humans

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After seeing someone on Facebook say “I’m not a feminist. I’m an equalist. Equal rights for all humanity" I then eye-rolled so hard I hurt myself.

theactioneer:

Japanese poster for Mad Max (George Miller, 1980)

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fightingforwhales:

"whales at seaworld get restaurant-quality fish!"

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"they’re not forced to perform tricks."

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"if you’re against keeping whales in captivity, then you have to be against having pets too!"

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"seaworld rescues thousands of animals per year, you know"

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"keiko’s release was a failure"

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"you just watched blackfish and decided to believe everything it said"

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