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Hi, name's Hannah. Just another playful 21 year old in the evergreens of Washington.
Likes: science, raunchy humor, video games, comic books, Night Vale, Steven Universe, steampunk, and ladies. ♀♀ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dislikes: homestuck, anime (with some exceptions), and modern my little ponies.
How I deal with ignorance.
Omfg that park comment. I love you.
remembering some stupid shit you did years ago
Expression needs more despair and being mortified.
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I absolutely love this comic. Read issue 1 for free here!
Strongly recommending it to: hecallsmeshyguy, brydeswhale, and melvinschnavel.
NOT funny, Fink.
Dastardly Fink has the audacity to use- … Audacity.
Im gonna reblog and lose all my followers now, brb
They took the chance and knocked it out of the park!
How important was it to give Will an unquestioning ally at this point?
Bryan Fuller: : I think he needed it, because there was so much despair, and everybody was just assuming he was guilty of all of these crimes. I think he needed someone to say simply, “I believe you.” […]something so simple as someone saying, “I understand you, and I believe you,” when you’re in a dark, lonely place is such a beacon of hope. (x)
FUCK YOU HANNIBAL, FUCK YOU.
But did she have to say it in the silliest, overly dramatic, creepiest way possible? It didn’t seem sincere, it seemed more like she was mocking him. Though maybe that was the point and will come into play later on.
Also is that a fuck you to Dr. Hannibal, or the show? And if the latter, is it in a good or bad way?
Fuck Dr. Hannibal for getting in the way of my shipping Will and proper medical treatment.
Um, I think Dr. DuMaurier is just dramatic by nature. She talks that was to everyone, from what we’ve seen.
Hannibal is fucking brilliant and it needs to stop. I was watching that part where Hannibal is in the place with the thing and talking to the guy AND I UNDERSTOOD IT. I MISSED THE PART IN THE SIXTH SENSE WHERE THE DUDE WAS A GHOST HOW CAN I BE SEEING INTENT HERE?
That is also my Will OTP.
I miss the red-head reporter lady! She was smart, cunning, in charge, and an unapologetic bitch, and she was wonderful! Though I’m kinda glad she’s gone cause I don’t want anything bad to happen to her.
Edit: Also high five for shared otps
NOT ME. She was a jerkass. You can never trust a vegetarian.
I have a weakness for anti-heroes who make the story interesting. As long at they aren’t hypocrites.
Actually that goes for everyone, fictional or real. I can tolerate a bigoted asshole more than a hypocrite. Which I know isn’t very logical, but it’s just the way I am.
No, that’s understandable. TBH, Freddie was a really good example of that kind of well rounded, interesting jerkass, unlike that guy in Sherlock.
(If talking about the BBC) when you say “that unlikable person in Sherlock”, that’s way too vague a statement cause they are all assholes.
Well Ms. Hudson might get a pass. Molly was cool til the actor playing her had to say some sexist shit. [ x ]
Asked by Anonymous Anonymous
Colonialism and white supremacy is what makes those very different, essentially meaning that 1. the playing field is not level and 2. white people generally come to “participate” in other people’s cultures for very different reasons, whereas people of color “participate” in white/western/european culture as a means of survival. Therefore because of white people systematically destroying and stealing from other cultures it is a very different thing when a white person puts on a kimono and a Japanese person puts on a pair of jeans. Acting like those hold the same cultural, political, or historical impact is wishful thinking by those brainwashed into believing we live in a world where racism or white supremacy do not exist.
Asked by Anonymous Anonymous
I’d suggest joining forums and groups about “third-culture kids” because that’s a cross-racial group that you’d probably fit into and have a lot of similarities with. You’re white racially and have white privilege. Unless your family is Japanese, you’re not Japanese or an honorary Asian, you’re a white person with very close ties to Japan, which is something you don’t need to be ashamed or proud or confused about, it’s just your life and the way things are. If you intended to go back and become a Japanese citizen and live there, then that identity might change.
Also, some Asian-Americans (myself included) get irritated when they hear white people call themselves “honorary Asians”. A lot of us had to face some pretty brutal anti-Asian racism in this country that so-called “honorary Asians” never had to face. Being Asian is way more than an honor badge. You’re not calling yourself an honorary Asian, it’s something other people have called you, but this is something to be aware of in future. Hope that helps!
This reminds me of a white American woman who claimed to have been raised in my state in India, doing a research project on what she called “her” culture, who then complained to me about how the Indian government wouldn’t recognise her as an Indian national.
I told her, it might be unfair, but that’s the way it is. You can’t be a part of a culture just because you want to. It’s like Hinduism; you can’t convert into it, you have to be born into it. It’s not unfair, it’s just the way culture works. If we’re not open to applications, then don’t try to apply.
Then she looks at me and says, “But I am a Hindu.” I nearly burst out laughing, and said, “No. Just… no.”.
Here’s a girl with hippie parents thrusting their way, unwanted, uninvited, into a community that doesn’t accept converts / colonizers, and then demanding to be recognized as one of us and complaining that we’re being unfair when we say we don’t like it. It’s not her fault, certainly - she had no control over it. But it was her parents’ fault for thinking that they could force their way into a culture like that. They didn’t even send her to local schools, “because they beat children”; they kept her at home and got a tutor in the language to come in and teach her this artificial version of the language that nobody speaks.
But she was not innocent in any way. She wanted to pretend she was, but her white privilege was at work at every moment she talked to me - and probably at every moment she soiled my land with her colonizer feet. She tried to imply that I wasn’t as Indian as she was, since I was partly raised abroad, since she’d been educated in some or the other Indian art form. These people are colonizers, and they suffer from a strong sense of entitlement and disrespect towards the people they claim as their own.
It was ridiculous, how she tried to appropriate my skin, and imply that I was the outsider. I know who I am, because my mother knows who I am and my grandmother knows who I am. The blood that runs in my veins knows who I am. My homeland - the air, the trees, the soil - knows who I am. That’s all anyone needs to know who they are. I am who I am without needing to prove it.
ya’ll remember the whole petition about net neutrality? yeah. it’s dead.
We’re really, really fucking this up.
But we can fix it, I swear. We just have to start telling each other the truth. Not the doublespeak bullshit of regulators and lobbyists, but the actual truth. Once we have the truth, we have the power — the power to demand better not only from our government, but from the companies that serve us as well. “This is a political fight,” says Craig Aaron, president of the advocacy group Free Press. “When the internet speaks with a unified voice politicians rip their hair out.”
We can do it. Let’s start.
please please PLEASE HELP RESTORE THE INTERNET!! THE WAR IS ONLY STARTING BUT WE CAN DO THIS. WE ARE THE INTERNET. WE CAN WIN!
lolwhite people are fucking monsters ….
As if Annie is not a fictional character smh
lol this whole thing is about how what they’re saying is racist when meanwhile your comment is “white people are monsters”. not every white person has these views you fucking idiot
Funny how they didn’t say all White people are monsters but you’re more worried about that than the fact that grown, White adults are calling a little Black girl a nigger because she’s playing a role that was originally White.
Don’t take anyone with that url seriously. Also, I shall be buying several Annie tickets even if I’m not physically there to attend the show.