Game of Thrones Filming at Roman Bridge of Cordoba
— Anaïs Nin (via hefuckin)
Frivolous entertainment is taking over news, readers don’t know what they want, and native ads really work—just as George Gallup predicted, nearly nine decades ago.
Shows Adventure Time (Gender Bend) ❤ liked on Polyvore
Just thinkin’ that Marceline would be a good Halloween costume choice…
Okay but do you want to talk that way all the time?
#2. Shortcuts To End Debates
"Not so much" is another catchphrase that just closes down conversations while teaching nothing. Y’know, it would go something like, uh, "The Sixth Sense has a fine sense of dramatic pacing and storytelling. The Village? Not so much.” Yes, I get that in the example, the speaker is giving short shrift to a movie that doesn’t deserve much explanation, but that’s the problem with shortcuts. They get kind of addictive. Pretty soon, we start attaching these “nope” or “not so much” conversation enders to important topics, thinking we can save ourselves the burden of an informed debate. Falling short of explaining opinions is not a big deal when we’re just talking about stupid movies, but that is not all we discuss online.
A thoughtful point from Cracked.
I wonder how much “crime” is just people wanting food, healthcare and a place to sleep
Review: New Game Of Thrones Beer Valar Morghulis
- “You cannot save people. You can only love them.”— Anaïs Nin (via hefuckin)
- Anonymous said:I mean, taking into account that for a large period of time Sansa was just kind of a little bitch I think not liking her is justified
You know, when you use misogynistic language, you sort of lose the sexism debate before you begin.