cm:o

anonymous asked:

sorry if you don't wanna answer this you don't have to but about that jade post you said you were talking about a homestuck fetish artist, so does that mean you weren't talking about gelasticats jade? i like her jade but i was wondering what you thought about it

its fine to have trans characters look like that. its just all of the trans women she draws are really muscular and broad-shouldered and have square features and are usually really hairy and its like. no. lmao

john egbert comes out as gay to his dad

fanon dad circa 2010: *completely awful and homophobic out of nowhere despite literally all of john’s problems with his dad being projections of his own self-loathing*
canon dad: *wearing shirt that says ‘I LOVE MY GAY SON’* Hi son, I’ve taken the day off of work to bake you three rainbow cakes and throw a party for you. I am so proud of you son, you are so brave and I will love you no matter what. Is that Dave kid your boyfriend? I can get him a trip to Seattle no problem so he can celebrate with us. I love you John.

STILL TIME FOR AN ELECTION AUDIT: COLUMN

A Washington Post–ABC News poll found that 18% of voters — 33% of Clinton supporters and 1% of Trump supporters — think Trump was not the legitimate winner of the election. Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., has called on Congress to investigate the Russian cyberattack on the Democratic National Committee and the election.

There are reasons for concern. According to the director of national intelligence, the leaked emails from the DNC were “intended to interfere with the U.S. election process.” The director of national intelligence, the Department of Homeland Security, and the National Security Agency concluded that the Russian government is behind the DNC email hack and that Russian hackers attacked U.S. voter registration databases.

We know that the national results could be tipped by manipulating the vote count in a relatively small number of jurisdictions — a few dozen spread across a few key states. We know that the vast majority of local elections officials have limited resources to detect or defend against cyberattacks. And while pre-election polls have large uncertainties, they were consistently off. And various aspects of the preliminary results, such as a high rate of undervotes for president, have aroused suspicion.

Computers counted the vast majority of the 130 million votes cast in this year’s election. Even without hacking, mistakes are inevitable. Computers can’t divine voter intent perfectly; computers can be misconfigured; and software can have bugs.

Did human error, computer glitches, hacking, or other problems change the outcome? While there is, as yet, no compelling evidence, the news about hacking and deliberate interference makes it worth finding out.

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original tweet. 

Amazon representative: good morning! how may I help y-

me: would you send down one of your drones just for the sole purpose of it crashing through my roof, lifting me up 5,000 feet into the air and then dropping me instantly