I know many many liberals. I have not met one who is annoyed by said greeting. So if you were dumb enough to spend money on some busted-ass comic sans covered T-shirt b/c you were promised it would annoy liberals…the joke’s on you. If anything it just makes me laugh at you more.
Hey! Fellow Olds!
Remember having to do this? Man, that sucked.
made up situations* because said ranter just wanted a chance to state his or her opinion without seeming indulgent.
Take it from me kids, you can just spew off on whatever the fuck you want, whenever the fuck you want. Nobody.Cares.
*Often you know these rants because they follow a structure like “You see all these people on tumblr saying ________ but they’re wrong because _______” — only, you know you have never ever seen anyone on tumblr saying those things, AND they didn’t link to that, AND (biggest give away) no one re-blogs to argue the other side!
/of my rant…or am I just responding to a made up situation…who’s to say?
I do tumblr anonymously. I don’t know if anyone I went to HS with is on here. In HS I was an angry asshole (for personal reasons) and really something of a bitch, definitely unpleasant to be around and at times a borderline bully. I never targeted anyone, or made anyone’s life miserable, but like I said, I wasn’t very happy and that made me hard to be around.
So I apologize to you for that. Whether you went to HS with me or not, you knew someone like me. And that person may never apologize to you, but I will. Rest assured, it’s highly likely that person was dealing with something they weren’t equipped to handle at the time. And maybe, like me, they are embarrassed at how awful they were.
Panda cam is online and that baby panda is freaking awesome.
I am irrationally angry at NPR for this headline. It’s just … I expect NPR to be above perpetuating absurdly antiquated gender roles … but it isn’t. So disappointing.
This at least gave me an opportunity to laugh heartily at all the dumbfucks who believe NPR is “too liberal”…
And, I might add, this is a nice example of how misogyny hurts all people.
I noticed that some people already reposted these photos I took of the Transgender Day of Remembrance installation on the Syracuse University campus. I know all the people involved with putting it together and designing it and they all worked very hard.
On Friday November 15th these signs were vandalized- ripped out of the ground, stomped, and spit on. I, and many others, were shocked…though sadly I probably shouldn’t be at this point. But I thought people would at least respect a memorial.
Please reblog this so that people will still see these two signs- and there’s nothing vandals can do about that. If you are local, please come to the Transgender Day of Remembrance vigil this Wednesday, 6 PM, at city hall to show that the good people of Syracuse support trans people, despite what haters try to make us believe.
Proud Syracuse alum who supports Transgender rights/equality.
And I cannot fathom why this is a conversation actually taking place in some (pseudo?) intellectual spaces.
I just don’t understand stuff like this. I understand wanting to create your own decorations, I do not understand why you want to decorate using materials that are literally pieces of garbage. REMINDER: it isn’t “up-cycling” if you haven’t made something more valuable. And just as a side note — would you decorate your Christmas tree with empty soda cans? If not, why would you decorate it with shreds of them?