mac keeps trying to roundhouse kick the bell and schmitty keeps making fun of him and dennis keeps quietly signaling to schmitty to shut up and wait for mac to get it right alkfjdsalkfjlasdjfl AND THEN schmitty finally gets up and kicks the bell before mac can do it and just
one - the only ‘sexism’ in the orville is directed at a woman who ‘really is a bitch’
two - “it’s not sexist if it’s a woman i don’t like”
three - my real complaint is apparently abt the word bitch being a cuss, not being a gendered term used to reinforce institutionalized sexism, especially when that institutionalized sexism is projected out into the future?
four - ergo i am a baby and not mature enough to really **appreciate** the orville’s adult themes
five - star trek is abt humanity at it’s best, the orville is here to tell us that that’s a bunch of sjw bullshit, the real future of humanity is a white dude who is an asshole
six - “sega does what nintendon’t” was ad copy meant to make fourteen year old sonic players feel like mature grown-ups versus their babyish thirteen yo little brothers who still played mario, but this is the equivalent of mortal kombat being for **mature audiences** bc what middle school boys think of as 'mature content’ is the word fuck, blood, and tits
tldr seth macfarlane is a 44yo man making dirty playground jokes and has built a two billion dollar media empire out of playing to the same sense of persecuted toxic masculinity in his fanbase as the 'alt right’ nazi resurgence
seth’s edginess is rooted in thinking he’s a brave hero fighting against the pc nanny state that won’t let him call women bitches or say the n word or whatever
karl rove, broadly speaking, has been making the same argument on behalf of the gop for decades
family guy >> radicalization of young men >> alt right >> president trump >> nazi rallies in charleston
you kids think you’re pushing boundaries but you’ve been had
anyways enjoy your frat bro star trek show i guess but maybe come up with better arguments
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I love Mac & Cheese. I usually have a towering stack of gluten free Mac & Cheese boxes in my pantry for those days when I’m too busy or sick for elaborate cooking or grocery shopping. When I’m in the middle of a chronic illness flare or bogged down with a steady stream of schoolwork, though, sometimes plain ol’ Mac & Cheese starts to get boring. So I add things to it! Here are some of my favorite things to add to my Mac & Cheese:
Tomato soup (just substitute milk out for an equivalent amount of creamy tomato soup)
Sausage or ham (cheddarwurst is my favorite)
Fish (I bake frozen tilapia fillets, but a lot of people like canned tuna)
Spices (I like paprika, black pepper, and a dash of cayenne pepper)
Extra cheese (I use shredded cheddar and/or grated parmesan)
Cereal (crunched up corn flakes are great)
Chili (chili mac is a great use for leftover or canned chili!)
There are plenty of other things you can do with your Mac & Cheese, as well! Those are just some ideas to get you started. You can combine ideas, too! Try different ingredients and combinations until you find your favorites!
Obviously you can pick and choose based on dietary restrictions (gluten free mac and cheese, not using sausage if you’re vegetarian, etc.). Happy experimenting!