an angry man

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no trump! no kkk! no fascist usa! germany is with you!

we are strong! we stand together & we will never let an angry old white man ruin the lives of minorities in an entire country! never again! respect everyone’s existence or expect our resistance! 

(Germany, 21 jan 2017)

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PIFFLE TIME PARTY. 

I love Tomoyo’s professionalism in that she’s formally apologising for all the sabotages even though she had nothing to do with them. Because she’s an incredible businesswoman and knows how to step up and ensure that everyone is taken care of and that her company not only isn’t liable but also still does it’s best to fix the situation and get incredible PR in the process. 

Tomoyo is the best is basically what I’m saying here. 

AND LOOK AT CHU’NYAN’S TINY LITTLE HAPPY FACE AS SHE ENJOYS HER SPEECH. 

I KNOW HOW IT IS, CHU’NYAN. I AGREE WITH YOU. 

// So uh when is nick spencer going to fucking get fired already from making Marvel Comics? Cuz I’m pretty tired of how shitty he’s portraying my favorite characters. 1. You make Steve Rogers a fucking nazi. 2. You completely ruined what Sam Wilson stood for since the very beginning. 3. We get a Mexican Falcon and the first thing you wanna do is ruin it by being an angry man child and try to stick it to the “snow flakes". Like shut up. I hate you. Leave Marvel and never come back.

In defense of Filbrick Pines

Oh yeah. That’s right. You heard me correctly. 

I have seen a rise lately in the WORST fandom theory ever: that Filbrick physically abused Stanley.

I want everyone to stop and think about this for a second: Why the hell would Fil give his son boxing lessons so he could learn how to fight bullies if he a) didn’t give a shit about his son and b) was physically abusive himself? Where is the logic in this?? 

I know everyone hates him because he threw Stan out, but everyone’s missing some key elements that don’t make him out to be the vile, loathsome villian everyone thinks he is.

The way Stan talks about his father is a big clue. We definitely get the impression that he was pretty harsh and stern, and we know Stan says he’s not easily impressed, but Stan doesn’t come across as bitter about it. We see the book about dad issues in NWHS, and it seems very apparent that Stan has worked through a lot of the problems he had with his dad, or he at least tried to. He doesn’t talk about Filbrick with anger or resentment, and he even says Filbrick did him a favor by making him taking boxing lessons. He’s grateful for it. 

I’m not saying Filbrick was a great dad; I’m not even saying he was a GOOD dad, I’m just tired of the fandom taking their dislike of him so far as to completely vilify him and turn him into an abusive monster. We know next to nothing about his character, and what we DO know has absolutely zero evidence of this. Plus, it just don’t make any logical sense.