because they break a lot of laws anyways

anonymous asked:

People don't go to fucking prison for stealing food. Jesus. Fucking. Christ. You are getting more like an sjw by the day.

Are you stupid?

A.) I don’t think I said anywhere that people regularly go to prison for stealing food but there is this whole thing called the law and typically when you break it you do face consequences; sometimes that means “prison”.

B.) I am an sjw, you moron. My blog is literally “the social justice courier” and I do tend to sit heavily on the same side of opinion that most SJW’s start on before they spiral into extremism.

C.) What did this little anon message actually do for you? What’d you get out of this because I’m honestly not seeing a lot of positive feedback for you here. Maybe don’t be a cunt in people’s inboxes? Food for thought, anyways.

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Bring home the boys and scrap scrap metal the tanks
Get hitched and make a career out of robbing banks

After almost losing Bucky (again) in a hydra base, Steve starts to reconsider his profession. As much as he wants to make the world a safer place, he can’t imagine doing it without Bucky by his side. One night, while they’re on leave, sitting in a bar drinking, Steve suggest that the two of them ditch the army and run off together. At first Bucky thinks Steve is joking, because he’s never seen Steve run away from away form a fight, but he quickly realises Steve is being serious.  So, while on their next mission with the Howling Commandos, the two fake their deaths and go on the run.

They stow away on a ship heading back to the states and end up in the Deep South. They lay low in a shifty inn for a couple of days and realise they need some money. And that’s when Steve suggests they rob a bank. The night before they actually do it, they go out for a drink. They jokingly call it “their last drink” in case things don’t go their way. Steve slyly proposes to Bucky that night.

The morning of their first attempt Steve decided he would take the lead, as it was his idea to ditch the war and go on the run anyway. Bucky would have preferred to be in charge to make sure Steve stayed safe, but his friend fiancé insisted. Bucky is very calm about the whole thing, doesn’t even pull his gun. Steve is pretty jumpy at first, worried about hurting some innocent civilian. He waves his gun in every which direction. His unloaded gun.

After their first successful robbery Steve and Bucky skip town and continue to lay low. They keep moving, keep to themselves, all they really need is each other anyway. Every couple of towns, or whenever they need money, they rob another place. Mostly because Steve keeps giving all of their money to poor kids on the street. But Bucky suspects that Steve starts to like the thrill that breaking the law gives him. As he now more confidently waves his unloaded gun around. 

#HEX_SIGN PSA

If you’re a Starlight who has been on twitter the past few days, you are probably aware of what’s going on in our fandom, if not, allow me to enlighten you.

Now I should add that even I am not 100% informed on this situation (I’m not fluent in Korean and don’t have access to all of the fan cafe at this point in time) and have only received information secondhand from Korean Starlights based off of what they’ve been saying on Twitter, along with others who attended the HEX SIGN showcase in Seoul.

It seems in this situation, many international Starlights are really confused and upset about what’s going on. Some feel that the fansites were selfish and others are incredibly grateful. Some are really upset at Jelpi (Jellyfish, VIXX’s company) for being so strict and others believe that rules are rules that should always be abided by (either for the sake of the fandom or simply just doing the right thing). Others are trying to avoid the topic entirely to avoid conflict.

Here are a few things to note:

1. Jellyfish made it quite clear in the fan cafe that photography or recording of any kind was strictly prohibited and any fansites caught posting content from the HEX SIGN showcase would be banned from any fan activities, recordings, music show appearances, fansigns, and so on for 3 months.

2. Several fansites knowingly took pictures anyway, KNOWING they were at risk for being banned if they were caught. Many fans live tweeted and took pictures of the members leaving the concert venue however, which (to my knowledge) Jellyfish had no objections to.

Coming from the company’s perspective, they purposefully asked fans to NOT take pictures for a reason. There is speculation that they filmed the concert for the purpose of releasing a DVD. Under such circumstances, recording or filming during the concert would be considered a breach of copyright law, which is not only bad but illegal. Because a lot of fans were not certain as to whether or not Jellyfish really did intend to release a DVD, they wanted to capture the concert anyway. I honestly feel that if there had been more transparency on Jellyfish’s part with the fans, but on the other hand, if they had intended it as a surprise, they shouldn’t have to ruin it just to keep people from breaking rules.

NOW Coming from the fansite’s perspective. I’ve seen a lot of hurtful comments on Twitter attacking the fansites who took pictures or filmed during the concert without understanding their motive. Let me begin with saying that verbally attacking or slandering other people within our fandom who have done so much for our fandom and for VIXX members and staff is not okay. Everyone has their own take on why they did this. Some say they were pissed off at Jellyfish and did it to avenge other banned fansites. Others say they simply wanted to share the pictures with fans who couldn’t make it to the concert. Then we have those who say they only did it for attention or money (site revenue from ads and so on). Several of these fansites, such as Meltingvoice, To Ravi, and Black Pearl (and many more) fed the members/staff by bringing in food trucks and setting up coffee stands. Several other fansites and their followers donated generous amounts of money to set up elaborate rice wreaths for the concert as well, to congratulate VIXX on their first showcase (and all of that rice? It goes to local charities to feed the hungry).

With all of that said, I don’t think it’s fair to call either party “bad guys.” The fansites really care about VIXX and the fan community, but they still broke the rules. Breaking the rules doesn’t make them a bad person, but a bad fan? Considering all that they’ve done for VIXX and the community thus far, I don’t feel right saying that, but you’re free to disagree. It’s important to remember that VIXX owes us nothing, and even in doing these favors for them, it’s unfair to hold them ransom with sheer materialism.

On a side note, Jellyfish is a practical company with rules that greatly affect fan culture for the sake of protecting their idols. For instance, the “no gift” policy makes complete sense to me. The possibility of anti-fans for instance sending malicious gifts is one concern, but in all practicality, if fans just gave them stuff all the time, imagine how much crap they’d have to lug around. Their dorm would be filled. TBH if I were an idol, I’d ask my fans to donate to charity in my name and be satisfied. Don’t send me elaborate gifts, but I would love to read fan letters (which is actually completely okay, according to Jelpi)!

Where I stand on the issue: I obviously am not an advocate of breaking rules, however, I understand that the fansites had good intentions and will not bash them for wanting to share their concert experience with the fans, even if I don’t agree with their methods. I think that if Jelpi didn’t want them to take pictures or record the concert, they should have respected their reasons for doing so. I have in fact accidentally retweeted fancams and have since deleted them from my account out of courtesy for my followers who are completely against the fact that the fancams exist in the first place. Several people I follow on twitter have been either scolded or passively attacked by mutuals for retweeting fancams, and I’ve been there to console the guilt-ridden ones. I take on a semi-Robin Hood mentality with this one - fans aren’t doing any harm by taking pictures so long as Jellyfish isn’t negatively impacted by their actions. What’s important is that if and when a DVD is released, that people buy it. Copyright laws exist to protect intellectual property so that content-creators don’t lose money by having their creations pirated or forged and then redistributed by someone else for free or for profit - either way, the content creator get screwed because consumers can access content for free or cheaper than they otherwise would have had to pay (possibly more) for by the original content-creator. If you are a true fan of VIXX - support them by buying their content and keep them in business. Bottom line, this is a business. Fan culture is a product of that business because it sucks people in and keeps Jellyfish in the green. In all practicality, a lot of fans won’t see this nitty gritty and argue over trivial things. I understand both sides and remain neutral on the subject, meanwhile trying to remain considerate of those who disagree.

All in all, I think it’s important that we as a fandom stop attacking one another, and here’s what I propose as solution to this problem.

1. Don’t say mean things about other fans. In fact, if you can’t say anything nice, just don’t say it. They’re not any less of a fan for disagreeing with you. Ignore it, and move on. If you’re having a bad day, get offline and go outside. Look up workout videos on youtube and sweat the stress away. The hype will wear off in a few days, so just avoid it until then.

2. If you’re not okay with seeing fancams, simply block the fansites on twitter posting them. Unfollowing people you were okay with 3 days ago sends a bad message, and will only invoke more conflict. Don’t attack your mutuals retweeting pictures or other content from the concert, simply block the source. If they continue talking about it, just ignore them. If you’re really just sick of seeing fancams and can’t avoid it, refer to #1.

3. If you ARE okay with seeing fancams, be courteous of your followers who don’t want to see them and don’t retweet them. The damage has already been done - the rules have already been broken, however, retweeting these pictures only encourages fansites to continue to break the rules and piss other people off. Feel free to privately message people who you want to share pictures with that are okay with it (I mean, you really want to see them and I can’t stop you), but don’t do it out in the open, especially if your account is set to public. It just sends a bad message. If you are having a hard time doing that, refer to #1.

A lot of us are still in the dark about certain details of this conflict, so in reality, it’s best to just avoid throwing shade at one another.

If you could do your Starlight friends a favor, please reblog this. I really hate to see everyone fighting and hope we can all overcome this conflict, as a fandom, soon.