The opposite for me. Finished YYH, now to catch up on OP
ahh man you’re in for so many good laughs. I honestly wish I could roll it back and erase my one piece memories to do it again, it’s definitely one of the best out there.
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Serious question, but how does a browser fail? I’ve never had that problem D:
Well I meant like sometimes I try to watch a video and it doesn’t work on firefox, but it works on chrome, or certain webpages and downloads and stuff. I’ve never had a browser outright fail…except IE.
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People actually get excluded from things like that because of race/colour? Not sure what word to use… But anyway, how has their skin colour got anything to do with it? I don’t understand the world aha.
Nah, I don’t mean that kind of exclusion. It’s done mentally.
Like, most people keep it to themselves, but some people get told that they shouldn’t do a cosplay because their skin color makes it look too weird. Some people feel like a cosplay isn’t done right if the skin color doesn’t match. I consider that exclusion because a person doesn’t get to enjoy the full geek experience merely because.. they look like something.
But what I was mostly referring to in mental exclusion is just the simple fact that darker skin tones simply aren’t associated with being a geek. While people may not necessarily see you as a stereotype if you are colored, it’s still hard for a person to register that a non-white or asian isn’t any different from them. When we want to see blacks or latinas, we just laugh at how stupid they are. When we want to see whites or asians, we admire how beautiful they are (I’m referring to Tumblr’s most reblogged photos)
And then you have the world of dating.. but that’s another can of worms.