doesn't matter at this point i suppose

anonymous asked:

May I ask why you hate Jennifer Lawrence? I mean I suppose it doesn't really matter why but I don't see the point in hating someone you don't know.

1) None of your business.

2) I know I don’t know her. But you see people hating on 1D, Justin Beiber, Selena Gomez, Ariana Grande, ect. and they probably don’t even know them. I don’t see the point in the last part, especially since it doesn’t really matter.

3) And people love Jennifer Lawrence, but they don’t know her either. So you’re question is stupid.

There are a few post that I’ve seen that kind of made me think. I’ll try to find them again and link them.

I’ll just tell you maybe one or two. Or more than that.

One reason is when she said, “If anybody even tries to whisper the word ‘diet,’ I’m like, ‘You can go fuck yourself.”

I know diets don’t work. I’ve never been on one, but I’ve heard diets don’t actually work. Now, she says “If anybody even tried to whisper the word ‘diet’, I’m like, ‘You can go fuck yourself’.” If I whispered the word diet, not even to her, she’d say ‘you can go fuck yourself.’ Really? I’m 78% sure that she probably had to go on a diet for the Hunger Games. 

Another reason is because I have a 12 year old sister who is pretty much in love Jennifer Lawrence. JLaw is one of many of my sister’s idols. And my sister feels like she’s fat and ugly. She hates herself. I always hear her saying that she wants to be skinny and pretty like JLaw. And that infuriates me. I hear my sister crying late at night, wishing that she could get skinnier and prettier and get people to like her. Like JLaw. I’m like a ticking time bomb when I see quotes of JLaw regarding her weight because my sister wants to be like her.

And then, it’s how people just love her but hate other actresses. For example Kristen Stewart and Jennifer Lawrence. They have both flicked off the paparazzi. Kristen got hate and Jennifer got love. 

Then she says “I hate shy people.” Shyness comes from anxiety disorder(s), depression, and so on. It isn’t their fault. It’s almost as if she’s saying “I hate people who have depression and disorders.” I’m shy. If I meet her, it’s going to be awkward, and she might say something. I don’t know if she understands that somethings are hard to talk about it. “Talk about the weather! Don’t stare at your plate and make me feel uncomfortable!” Oh, I’m sorry JLaw. I’ll be sure to ask my parents that when they give birth to me again, to make sure I’m not depressed, don’t have any anxiety disorders, or whatever. Sarcasm.

There’s more, but I have now just achieved pissing myself off.

not a party chat
  • Tiz: No. We're not doing that again.
  • Ringabel: Come on, Tiz, I didn't mean for it to get so out of hand! This time I won't try anything funny.
  • Tiz: No way. "Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me."
  • Airy: What if you're fooled more than twice?
  • Tiz: ...Huh?
  • Airy: "Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on me." Does it keep going?
  • Ringabel: "Fool me thrice, shame family"? Raises the stakes a bit.
  • Airy: Four!
  • Tiz: Mm, I don't think keeping count is the point. It's more about that people shouldn't feel bad about being tricked, but they should try to learn so it doesn't happen again.
  • Airy: People can be incredibly foolish, though. "A fool times four will only be fooled more". Heeheehee... How about that?
  • Ringabel: ...
  • Tiz: ...I suppose that works?
  • Airy: Now five!
  • Tiz: But how many people would get fooled the same way five... ...
  • Airy: Hmm? Is something the matter, Tiz?
  • Tiz: ...Oh, it's just. 'Fool' stopped sounding like a word to me.
  • Ringabel: So has 'shame'. You'll have to keep up the count on your own, Airy.
  • Airy: What, you're giving up already? Oh, fine. You two are no fun!
  • Tiz: ......She's gone. Ugh, she's not trying very hard to pretend still, is she?
  • Ringabel: She doesn't think she needs to, apparently. Number 5, here we come. The fools are done.

Some audition descriptions from the Orlando Shakespeare Theatre production’s (September-October this year) audition call, hmm. I wouldn’t know about the vocal ranges or if these are standard for regional productions, but the descriptions themselves are interesting, mostly accurate, and sometimes amusing (a student of social studies is a bit … well, not really, no, and while I’m willing to go with supple re Montparnasse, I haven’t seen a lot of them what I would call strongly built), in some cases offering more than the ensemble actors get a chance to use.

Nope, sorry. If you wanted me to ignore you, you probably shouldn’t have publicly commented on my post. This is not the only comment like this. You are one of many people to try to find a way around what was said/meant/implied, whatever. Because there MUST be some other meaning.

First of all, the person quoted was not the only person to make such comments and they ALL mean the same thing. “I can overlook that she’s black because the costumes are well made.” There is nothing positive about that statement. Period. Just stop trying to pretend that there is. It implies that if your costume isn’t good enough, people won’t overlook the fact that you aren’t white. As if being black is some negative factor that should be counted against you. 

Second, you are also wrong about “literally almost all of the cosplays you did were of characters who are actually white”. No. No. No. I am going to assume you do not read comic books and correct your ignorance here. Out of the 10 characters I am cosplaying in that set, guess how many have black versions in the comics. Actually no, we’re going to say out of 8 because 2 are aliens. Martian Manhunter is NOT WHITE. He’s an alien who happens to shape shift into a black man for his secret identity sometimes. Dejah Thoris is also NOT WHITE. She is also from Mars but not the same comics as Martian Manhunter. White is not the default race of the whole galaxy, people.

 So that’s 8 characters left in the set and guess who are the ONLY ones out of 8 who DON’T have a black version in the continuity that I based my costumes on?? She Hulk and Colossus. Yep, the ones with full body paint. 2 out of 8. That’s it. That’s all. Everyone else is either black all the time, or black in the continuity that I based my costume on. 

This once again proves my point, that this type of discrimination is not based on ‘accuracy’ or anything else. White supremacy allows people to make the assumption that everything SHOULD be white, and that deviations from this norm must be noted, detracted OR if you’re so 'lucky’, can be 'overlooked’ if you’re 'good enough’.

I want to thank every person on this post who complimented me on my work, or expressed joy at seeing their favorite character represented, and even the people who negatively criticized my costume work based on my sewing skills not impressing them enough. Because they saw me as a whole person and not just my race being something they had to overlook.

doorman357  asked:

Doesn't Undertale have a non-biary character (the main character, Dora the Murderer) and a gay couple (the dinokatu and the fish taco) (if you can't tell I haven't played it yet [I bought it, but I got distracted with work, school, and other games])?

The player character is meant to be ambiguous, but never said to be canonically “non-binary” if I’m not mistaken. Someone else can point me to the tweet or evidence from the creator that says otherwise, but it’s really not supposed to matter, because that’s not the point of the game. Tumblr can pretend its headcanons are law, but even still, all the supposed identity politics nonsense is tertiary to the actual gameplay and storyline. Even the gay fish and lizard relationship isn’t treated as some sort of super serious social commentary.

Point is, you shouldn’t listen to tumblr about this shit because they are prone to hyperfocusing on these things and fetishizing them. The press is only a few steps behind and there’s already a few instances of idiots trying to claim that this is some sort of ultra progressive beacon slap in the face to gamers who need to wake up and smell the 2015. 

In reality, gamers hate ham-fisted and awkward writing the prioritizes agendas and identity politics over gameplay and storytelling, and Undertale does not do that; gameplay and story are actually mixed together in really fascinating ways. Also, tumblr has been corrupting and attempting to co-op the whole LGBT thing, and we’re all just sick of them declaring that all characters are non-binary trans lesbians all the damned time.

anonymous asked:

How you do you know what happened between Michael Brown and Darren Wilson? You weren't there. Everything the public knows comes from the media or what supposed witnesses have said. Witness testimony is one the most unreliable forms of evidence and it doesn't matter what someone says to the TV camera. It depends on what a credible witness says under oath in court. From that we will determine what happened. Until then both Michael Brown and Darren Wilson are presumed innocent until proven guilty.

I’m not gonna argue with you. There’s no point. I can’t change your racist ass (probably white) mind so I’m not gonna try. Anyone with any shred of empathy or understanding or real human emotion knows that what is going on is wrong and part of a systematic history of oppression. I’m sorry you don’t see it that way.

Has anyone giffed Pete saying, “did you know we are in the presence of a bonafied racist” ? It would probably come in handy.