Prominant NPCs do not approve.
ketchuprocket:

all-the-other-humans:

Fucking physics

Somewhere in the world, a physics professor writes the perfect exam question.

Physics: It works, bitches.

ketchuprocket:

all-the-other-humans:

Fucking physics

Somewhere in the world, a physics professor writes the perfect exam question.

Physics: It works, bitches.

shipssabriel:

I love when people randomly follow me because I assume they’ve just seen something I said and went “ah yes. This nerd seems particularly strange. Let’s see what else it does”

nateswinehart:

Being good to each other is so important, guys.

…I didn’t quite expect where this went.

antheia:

I wrote a thing. A really, really personal thing about suicide and depression. Um.

These two flavors are presented as if they’re equivalent. They are not. Bacon mac n cheese is a valid potato chip flavor; and as my wife noted, it’s actually just a less complicated version of “Loaded Baked Potato”. Cappuccino…is a thing that should not be.

ohnojackchick:

you go girlfriend

There is a movie of this. I have just acquired the DVD. I am going to have a party to watch it.

ohnojackchick:

you go girlfriend

There is a movie of this. I have just acquired the DVD. I am going to have a party to watch it.

dontbearuiner:

t4lkn3rdyt0m3:

Female Spider Jerusalem is made of win.

HAVE MERCY.

Damn.

dontbearuiner:

t4lkn3rdyt0m3:

Female Spider Jerusalem is made of win.

HAVE MERCY.

Damn.

ugly:

on this weeks forecast, there is 0% chance of getting laid

Like weather forecasts are ever the slightest bit reliable. This week was forecasting lesbians, but it turns out they all hit San Francisco and Jersey City just got a couple of gay hipsters.

dontbearuiner:

the-alchemists-mind:

Bashir needs to chill way the fuck down, he’s being so gross towards the ladies. he’s like Riker only instead of constantly bagging the chicks he hits on, they’re like “ok wow that’s… special. I’m gonna go now”, which is AS IT SHOULD BE, but still I’m embarrassed for him

Bashir’s one true love is O’Brien, even the story bears this out.

Bashir/Garak forever. (Also, I loved the Miles/Keiko O’Brien relationship.)

ninjaconsultant:

everysnmrecap:

From the Desk of <tumblr name here>:

Last night I attended Sleep No More for the <number> time, and it was <hyperbolic adjective of your choice>. [Insert a perfunctory expression of worry that it will someday get boring, but it hasn’t yet].

And so I will now recount all the amazing sexytimes…

This is that amazeballs hilarious parody recap from two years ago which I am now bookmarking to refer back to more easily!  (Thanks bloodwillhavebloodtheysay for digging out the link.)

I think the piece is almost anthropological in nature, because it’s directly parodying a kind of blog entry from superfans that’s dropped off lately.

Also I worry that anytime I blog about the show it will just turn into this.

…that’s pretty accurate. What I want from one of these “go a million times superfans” is a full mapping of where things are and where the actors go. I experienced Sleep No More the first time I saw it, and enjoyed it the second. Now I just want it deconstructed.

theonion:

Man’s Anxiety Not About To Let Depression Muscle In On Turf

Mine have always been very good about sharing.

theonion:

Man’s Anxiety Not About To Let Depression Muscle In On Turf

Mine have always been very good about sharing.

airspaniel:

gmbeowulf:

giddytf2:

the-last-teabender:

Robin Thicke is unapologetic about how rapey ‘Blurred Lines’ is, meanwhile the dude who parodied it issues a public apology for one word.

And that is just one reason why I love Weird Al.

I knew, the first time I heard that line, that Tumblr was going to be up in arms about it, no matter how good everything else was. Because that’s what Tumblr does. Good on Al for handling it well (though I’m not surprised). I wouldn’t be terribly shocked if he changes the line for the concert performances of the song.

I didn’t even mention it on Tumblr, but I caught endless shit IRL and on FB for mentioning that his use of the word “really bothered me,” while at the same time I said I loved the song and thought it was awesome. I didn’t actually see any discussion of it here on Tumblr that was any more vitriolic or unreasonable than what I posted. Loving a thing and acknowledging its problematic elements is not the same as “being up in arms” about something. And what gets me is how many people have nodded their heads and said “Oh, I knew the internet was going to freak out about that,” because what that says to me is that they recognized that something problematic is there, but elected to pre-emptively laugh at the people who are affected by it instead of doing anything constructive. And that seems shitty to me.
Al didn’t know, Al knows now, Al apologized without justifying it. And I think it is likely he will change that line from now on, because the right thing to do when someone says “that word is a slur, please don’t use it” is to apologize and stop using it, and he’s already halfway there.

&#8230;I was thinking less of your reaction (which, admittedly, I hadn&#8217;t seen), and more of the folks who reacted as if Al had suddenly transformed himself into the love child of Robin Thicke and Mel Gibson, as his use of this one word in one song obviously means he&#8217;s the most ableist misogyist transphobic homophobic racist that ever walked the earth. Which somebody on Tumblr does every time a celebrity&#8212;especially one who is generally good about social justice matters&#8212;says something slightly &#8220;problematic&#8221;.  Tumblr social justice forgives no faults from people who try to do good, and persistently ignores actual dickwads (except, perhaps, Robin Thicke). See &#8220;Cancel Colbert&#8221; or that one time Jennifer Lawrence said the t-word.
So, by, &#8220;Oh, I knew the internet was going to freak out about that&#8221; I meant, &#8220;Someone is going to disproportionately label Al a hater worse than Hitler long before he has a chance to respond, and it&#8217;ll likely go viral with people who always err on the side of being offended.&#8221;
Was the line badly-chosen and worth changing and apologizing for? Certainly. It is worse crucifying the man for? Fuck no. But that doesn&#8217;t stop the internet outrage machine.

airspaniel:

gmbeowulf:

giddytf2:

the-last-teabender:

Robin Thicke is unapologetic about how rapey ‘Blurred Lines’ is, meanwhile the dude who parodied it issues a public apology for one word.

And that is just one reason why I love Weird Al.

I knew, the first time I heard that line, that Tumblr was going to be up in arms about it, no matter how good everything else was. Because that’s what Tumblr does. Good on Al for handling it well (though I’m not surprised). I wouldn’t be terribly shocked if he changes the line for the concert performances of the song.

I didn’t even mention it on Tumblr, but I caught endless shit IRL and on FB for mentioning that his use of the word “really bothered me,” while at the same time I said I loved the song and thought it was awesome. I didn’t actually see any discussion of it here on Tumblr that was any more vitriolic or unreasonable than what I posted. Loving a thing and acknowledging its problematic elements is not the same as “being up in arms” about something. And what gets me is how many people have nodded their heads and said “Oh, I knew the internet was going to freak out about that,” because what that says to me is that they recognized that something problematic is there, but elected to pre-emptively laugh at the people who are affected by it instead of doing anything constructive. And that seems shitty to me.

Al didn’t know, Al knows now, Al apologized without justifying it. And I think it is likely he will change that line from now on, because the right thing to do when someone says “that word is a slur, please don’t use it” is to apologize and stop using it, and he’s already halfway there.

…I was thinking less of your reaction (which, admittedly, I hadn’t seen), and more of the folks who reacted as if Al had suddenly transformed himself into the love child of Robin Thicke and Mel Gibson, as his use of this one word in one song obviously means he’s the most ableist misogyist transphobic homophobic racist that ever walked the earth. Which somebody on Tumblr does every time a celebrity—especially one who is generally good about social justice matters—says something slightly “problematic”.  Tumblr social justice forgives no faults from people who try to do good, and persistently ignores actual dickwads (except, perhaps, Robin Thicke). See “Cancel Colbert” or that one time Jennifer Lawrence said the t-word.

So, by, “Oh, I knew the internet was going to freak out about that” I meant, “Someone is going to disproportionately label Al a hater worse than Hitler long before he has a chance to respond, and it’ll likely go viral with people who always err on the side of being offended.”

Was the line badly-chosen and worth changing and apologizing for? Certainly. It is worse crucifying the man for? Fuck no. But that doesn’t stop the internet outrage machine.

Holy crap I remember these! I may actually even have the fries and the burger in one of the bins of my old toys.

This week. It hasn’t been listening.
In related news, fuck United Healthcare with a serrated knife.

This week. It hasn’t been listening.

In related news, fuck United Healthcare with a serrated knife.

giddytf2:

the-last-teabender:

Robin Thicke is unapologetic about how rapey ‘Blurred Lines’ is, meanwhile the dude who parodied it issues a public apology for one word.

And that is just one reason why I love Weird Al.

I knew, the first time I heard that line, that Tumblr was going to be up in arms about it, no matter how good everything else was. Because that’s what Tumblr does. Good on Al for handling it well (though I’m not surprised). I wouldn’t be terribly shocked if he changes the line for the concert performances of the song.

giddytf2:

the-last-teabender:

Robin Thicke is unapologetic about how rapey ‘Blurred Lines’ is, meanwhile the dude who parodied it issues a public apology for one word.

And that is just one reason why I love Weird Al.

I knew, the first time I heard that line, that Tumblr was going to be up in arms about it, no matter how good everything else was. Because that’s what Tumblr does. Good on Al for handling it well (though I’m not surprised). I wouldn’t be terribly shocked if he changes the line for the concert performances of the song.