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prude - a woman who won’t fuck you
dyke - a woman who won’t fuck you because you have a penis
slut - a woman who fucks other people and not you
tease - a woman who won’t fuck you even though she smiled at you
feminist - a woman who won’t fuck you because she has, like, thoughts and stuff
I want every person romanticizing the ’90s to go back and experience every since annoying inconvenience of the time.
Especially the inconvenience of liking a song, buying the CD from which it originated, and finding out that the CD was crap and only that one song was good.
You love the ’90s so much? You won’t after you experience dial-up and bad, overpriced CDs.
Let’s not forget residual Reaganism, the war on drugs, etc. Fuck the 90s.
If you’re poor, the only way you’re likely to injure someone is the old traditional way: artisanal violence, we could call it – by hands, by knife, by club, or maybe modern hands-on violence, by gun or by car.
But if you’re tremendously wealthy, you can practice industrial-scale violence without any manual labor on your own part. You can, say, build a sweatshop factory that will collapse in Bangladesh and kill more people than any hands-on mass murderer ever did, or you can calculate risk and benefit about putting poisons or unsafe machines into the world, as manufacturers do every day. If you’re the leader of a country, you can declare war and kill by the hundreds of thousands or millions. And the nuclear superpowers – the US and Russia – still hold the option of destroying quite a lot of life on Earth.
So do the carbon barons. But when we talk about violence, we almost always talk about violence from below, not above.
Or so I thought when I received a press release last week from a climate group announcing that ” scientists say there is a direct link between changing climate and an increase in violence”. What the scientists actually said, in a not-so-newsworthy article in Nature two and a half years ago, is that there is higher conflict in the tropics in El Nino years, and that perhaps this will scale up to make our age of climate change also an era of civil and international conflict.
The message is that ordinary people will behave badly in an era of intensified climate change."
Award-wining Dutch design studio Piet Boon has recently completed the transformation of a chapel of a formal military hospital in Antwerp into ‘The Jane’ restaurant, a sophisticated premium gourmet destination.
Combining exquisite tastes with such a stunning venue, The Jane is bound to become a modern temple of haute cuisine, attracting people from around the world to its vaulted interior. Make sure you make a reservation though: you need to book a table at least three months in advance.
Pffft this is so classy. In Pittsburgh we make them into breweries and rock concert halls. Represent!
"Girl crush" is literally the female version of no homo
My girl crushes are 100% homo
Kait Rokowski (A Good Day)
My poor Lisa. 2.1.90-4.6.14 <3
Oh, can I ask why you dislike the autism ad?
I… can’t quite put it in words. A lot of it probably has to do with the weird stretching and the implication that autistic people are “unreachable”.
If anyone who follows me also dislikes the “the longer without detection, the harder to reach” ads that put kids at the end of long tables or beds and such, please feel free to express your opinions, because I’m sucking at expressing mine.
I hate it because it implies that autistic people can be “Fixed” with early intervention services, which is what the ad is urging people to do - to get their kid evaluated early. While early evaluation is great because then you know the issue and how to adapt, it also puts a lot of pressure on making a very young autistic person conform to neurotypical standards that they might not have been forced into had the information that they are autistic been unknown.
Kids as young as 2 are being diagnosed with autism, and I don’t think that most of them are misdiagnosed, but that’s an awful lot of pressure to put on a kid who is just past the walking stage. Also, in case it’s unclear, no, I don’t think that trying to force an autistic kid to behave like a neurotypical one is an ideal we should be aiming for and that’s because you’re going to be massively unsuccessful if you try (or are going to cause massive anxiety for the kid in question - probably both, actually).
I despise these ads. Yes, typical communication methods do not always work with autistic people, but that means you need to get your head out of your ass and try something else. It’s like yelling in English at someone who speaks French. We hear you yelling but we don’t understand. Stop trying to “fix” us. We’re not broken, you’re just lazy.
A simple recipe for making life delicious. A fine thought, Aaron.
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