• abled people:We must make sure people are actually disabled before we give them disability money.
  • abled people:we shall make it very rigorous, require a lot of effort on their part to prove that they're disabled
  • abled people:effort that disabled people may not even be able to accomplish due to their disabilities.
  • abled people:this is a solid system, all the people who need the money are definitely getting it.

I like how Wonder Woman only had 7 minutes of screentime in BvS and didn’t show up in costume until the end, but is still heavily featured in the merchandise and is getting her own movie very soon.

Meanwhile Black Widow has been an important character in Iron Man 2, The Avengers, Winter Soldier, Age of Ultron, and soon to be Civil War, but still has no movie and no merchandise, even though the fans have been asking for it for a while now.

Just saying.

65% of Americans report that their families are either “doing okay” or “living comfortably” yet 47% of Americans say they could not cover an emergency expense costing $400. 

Rich people have no idea what we consider doing okay to be. We’re so use to not having shit that literal poverty is considered doing okay to us lmao. We can’t cover emergency expenses, but we’re saying we’re doing alright, we’re living paycheck to paycheck, but we’re “okay.”

We live to scrape up the barest of necessities and consider ourselves fortunate for that. It’s bullshit.



The narrative so far:

  • Louis: Terrible father, fucks all the club girls, upsetting Briana while dating Danielle, has dandruff
  • Harry: Cheated on Kendall, who he was totally dating, while signing a solo deal with Jeff Azoff on a yacht on New Year’s Day, effectively severing all personal and professional ties with his band who had no idea this was happening
  • NIall: Will be a golf agent
  • Liam: Is a great songwriter

there was another post going around too that was like “uh sjws, if symmetra is canonically autistic, shouldn’t you be mad that a villain is autistic?? checkmate” which is silly as hell because it’s a misunderstanding of the entire problem with how mental illness / disability / disorders is villainised? it’s perfectly fine for mentally ill / disabled / minority characters to be villains, the problem is that a) they are overwhelmingly represented as villains and rarely as heroes, and even more importantly b) their mental illness / disability / identity is used to characterise them as a villain. If Symmetra was a villain because of her autism / her autism was used as a way to signal to the audience that she is immoral or negative it’d be a problem but she’s not.

There are plenty of other issues one could completely understandably take with Overwatch so idk why you’d try to manufacture ones out of your own misunderstanding of issues

Vou deixar tudo guardado em gavetas e entre páginas de livros, para lembrar quando bater aquela saudade repentina do que fomos um dia.
—  Desmoralizado.