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Aloha! (@notsolittlelilo & donnaofthechiswicknobles)
On a tranquil beach on the coast of the island of Kauai, a blue, 1960s, London police box faded into view accompanied by a vworp, vworp, vworp noise. Within a few seconds, the noise stopped, and the doors to the box creaked open.
“Hawaii!” the Doctor proclaimed as he stepped out of the TARDIS wearing his signature blue suit with a straw hat on his head and a cloth-flower lei around his neck. “‘Round about 2012. What do you think, Donna?” he asked his companion, just exiting the TARDIS herself.
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Ohana means family, and family means nobody gets left behind right?
Ohana means family, and family means nobody gets left behind right? Right. So, what’s with all this hate today? I don’t get it. Just because we like a certain character, doesn’t deserve the level of hate that people are getting. It’s not fair. I’m pretty sure that Alex and Scott would be very disappointed in you if they heard of the hate you were dishing out.
Hell, I’m disappointed in you.
It’s not right, and it’s not fair, just because you have different viewpoints than someone doesn’t mean you can hate. It’s like hating someone for liking chocolate, when you like strawberry.
So what if I like Lori, and you happen to hate her. It’s an opinion, and the writers/producers aren’t going to get rid of her because you make a rant on tumblr, or send Lenkov tweets, it’s bad and makes the entire fandom look like horrifyingly awful people, which we aren’t.
We have this amazing thing going for us. I personally think we have an amazing fandom, get past all the hate, and the disgustingness of it, we have a close knit Ohana. I don’t want to lose that. I really don’t want to lose that.
Just please stop, it isn’t good, and it’s not going to get you anywhere.
Remember what Aloha is about, and live by it.
I try to every day.
Aloha, and Mahalo.