extreme version

anonymous asked:

Okay but also like. Did you notice who was pissed that frank was killing dudes?? It was white dudes. Ladies and POC and people routinely ducked over by cops were like ffs thank you??? For doing something to help us??? And white dudes are like but that's what the police are for. And what's gross is actual cops trying to appropriate the punisher logo like what the actual duck.

EXACTLY! more-than-likely straight, white dudes who have a problem with him. now, i really don’t like to get political- especially bc this is just a role-playing blog– and it’s not like we saw ALL the potential jurors during that specific scene– but you’re right! because women and poc are the least likely to be defended by cops, the people who actually get paid to do the less-extreme version of what frank is doing.

i’ve also noticed how in the comics it’s usually the white, male cops who are like “but i’m a COP!” when trying to defend their corrupt behavior to frank.

and it really is disgusting?? that some cops out there have a bias while frank castle - a literal SERIAL KILLER has no bias whatsoever? he doesn’t care about your gender (okay, maybe a little– he gives women benefit of the doubt majority of the time unless he absolutely knows a woman did something wrong), or your skin color. if you’re GUILTY, you’re dead. he protects ALL the innocent people regardless of their opinion towards him while more and more cops in the recent years have seem to grow a horrible bias against the people they’re sworn to protect. frank didn’t swear to protect anyone. he fought a war, he did his job. but he made it his PURPOSE to protect everyone that needed it. he itches and stays up at night if he lets innocent people die.

now, idk if these writers did that intentionally, but i think that’s another great example of how frank operates. of how he could be so much worse but he just isn’t. he’s literally seen the worst the world has to offer– and he doesn’t care about the individual. he cares about whether or not they’re guilty. THAT’S how black and white he is. there’s no bias, there’s no gray areas. the only gray area is age to him.

Little Known Countries:

St. Cristophe and the Hyades - A South American island country consisting of St. Cristophe (the main archipelago) and the Hyades (the surrounding sparsely inhabited islands). They were a UK colony up until 1957 when they won their independence by non-violent means. UK officials were constantly given incorrect coordinates as to the location of the country and this fooled them long enough for the people to write an official declaration of independence while imprisoning officials already on the Island. The UK silently pulled out of the country without any fuss as they didn’t want anyone talking about what an international embarrassment they are.

Tasilimo! - The only country left with an exclamation point in its name, Tasilimo! is located off the coast of New Zealand. Tasilimo! has a small population of 549, but has one of the most linguistically diverse populations in the world. All 549 inhabitant of Tasilimo speak their own language, and this has caused longstanding tension between the inhabitants. At the moment, Tasilimo! is going through a brutal civil war between each citizen in the country. Peace talks have largely failed because nobody can tell what the fuck anyone is saying.

Shadow Albania - Shadow Albania is located in the Balkan Peninsula right next to Albania. The country is unique in that it’s the only country that based its border on another country. It has the same shape as vanilla Albania, but it roughly half the size. Shadow Albania has very similar historical origins as Albania, yet there is tension between the two countries as Shadow Albania considers itself “darker, edgier, and more mature” than vanilla Albania, going so far as to ban immigration from vanilla Albania as they consider Albanians to be “motherfuckers”. Shadow Albania still subscribes to a version of extreme Hoxhaism, and the country’s geological makeup has all but been destroyed to make room for bunkers. So much of Shadow Albania’s GDP goes towards building bunkers that its economy is failing, yet it is perhaps the most safe country to be in, in the case of nuclear war.

Ohio - Sometimes mistakenly thought to be an American state, Ohio won its Independence in 1992 when its entire human populace all but disappeared, only to be replaced with odd mollusk like creatures. Ohio is the only country in the world with a population of zero. Its capital is Cleveland, a bizarre desolate wasteland made up mostly of row houses and geological disappointment. Its national motto is “I wish I was anywhere, but Ohio” and its main exports are transients and nuclear waste.

**more than friends: an index**
  • A Socratic relationship, in which you ask a lot of really difficult questions of the other person until they get annoyed and want to poison you. (I have a lot of those.)

  • A Hegelian relationship, in which the two parties disagree about everything but eventually achieve a synthesis. (Come to think of it, I have a lot of those, too.)

  • An Aristotalean relationship, characterized by an extreme interest in what category of relationship this is.

  • A Cartesian relationship, characterized by doubts about whether there’s really a relationship going on.
    A more extreme version of this is the Berkeleyan relationship, characterized by an adamant insistence that there is no relationship going on at all. Both of these can in time evolve into a Wittgensteinian relationship, in which the participants acknowledge that whether there’s a “real relationship” is an ill-defined question that depends more on the structure of their language than on the reality of the relationship.

  • An Aquinian relationship, that acknowledges that an exploration of the nature of the relationship is likely to strengthen rather than weaken it.

  • A Hobbesian relationship – solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short. (Sorry, I couldn’t resist.)

  • A Kantian relationship, in which you can morally do anything that it’s OK for everyone else in the relationship to do.

  • A Rousseaian relationship, characterized by the natural behavior of man in the wild, away from civilization.

  • A Nietzchian relationship, where both parties focus primarily on the will to power.

  • A Randian relationship, in which both parties act exclusively in their own self-interest.

  • A Heraclitean relationship, which you may as well not categorize since it’s not only different from all other relationships, it isn’t the same from one moment to the next. (You might think you’ve been in one just like that, but you’re wrong.) 

  • A Stoic relationship, which is also unique, but anyway it’s no better nor
    worse than any other. 

  • An Epicurean relationship, which theoretically isn’t very different from a Stoic one, but sounds like a lot more fun. 
  • A Humean relationship, in which what you see is what you get.

  • A Hillelistic relationship, which is platonic (in the vulgar sense) because nobody will do anything to anybody that they don’t want done back to themselves.

  • A Christian relationship, which soon degenerates into a platonic relationship because both parties are doing what they do want done back to themselves, instead of what the other party wants done to them.

  • A Marxist relationship, where each party gives according to – I’ll stop right there, it’s too obvious. Clearly *that* one is doesn’t become platonic. Let’s hear it for Materialism.

fockineva  asked:

Honestly, I really enjoyed reading the stuff you wrote about Antisepticeye (I hate the nickname "Anti" - but if others like to use it thats ok!). I also always loved dark plot twists or twisted endings. Especially when the characters are not black and white (bad and good) and have a bit of psychological aspect in it. Very creative, well done! :) (Also, I like that you dont push Darkiplier into it, that you make it your own story. I would, but I like to see something different, ya kno :D )

Woah sincerely,i’m supeh dupeh glad you all liked it. i saw many positive messages/comments about that and i’m rly touched! ≧(´▽`)≦

I’m not a huge fan of gory and bloody things. I mean. i dun’ mind it buuuut extreme gore is not mah cup of tea. Darkiplier can be related to this,it fits with mark’s personality and characters. However…Jack, i don’t feel like it. That sounds too superficial for a guy like him. ((o(;△;)o))

Also,yea’ i kno’ your feel.All these gory anti’ .That’s kinda frustrating to ONLY see that. It’s why i did mah own. I dun’ want a suicidal bloody anti’ with humiliation kink. With waht i saw, it’s goin’ WAY too far.~ヾ(OAO )

\(@;◇;@)/ U kno’, for dah smol personal story,ALL mah favorite characters are evil. But not evil like “lol im destroyin’ all the planet bc i’m bAaaAAd” That’s completely useless .If u Create a character like this ,nobody will like them ‘cause they need some likeable aspects of their personality . I love Wheatley from portal,Zuko from Avatar,Greed from FMA brotherhood,Megamind from the movie Megamind …  An “evil” character has ALWAYS reasons why they’re evil.It’s not only black..or white and that doesn’t mean it have to be obviously bloody or hardcore. 

 I’m glad(and…sad) some of u related to Anti’ because that was unfortunately the goal. What i actually wrote was about psychosomatic diseases ,most known as depression,anxiety,intrusive thoughts and issues due to verbal harrassment(and a looot of other problems)  

I think it fits better to Jack’s community and universe.Or well, it’s only mah point of view.i’ll never say i have the right to judge anybirdie.it’s only how i feel the situation. 

And sorry for writing the nickname anti’. that was annoyin’ to write it again and again. It’s like jacksepticeye,s-sorry,i’m too lazy to write the full name everytime! 8;A;8


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round eleven • favorite movie from the dark age

On Fury Road and the value of non-threatening male heroes

So I’ve been re-watching Fury Road and something struck me;

Tom Hardy’s Max is just really non-threatening. Now, that’s weird on a surface level because in story he’s presented as very dangerous. But here’s the thing about the kind of men we’re used to seeing in action movie; They are threatening in their masculinity.

The capitol A Action hero is a fixture in our cultural awareness. Almost without fail this hero is a man (if you have a woman in the role of action hero, it’s almost always proceeded by her gender. She can’t just be the action hero, she is very clearly cast as a FEMALE action hero.) So our male Action hero  is a badass. He’s dangerous, he’s brooding, he’s tough as nails. Sometimes he’s sarcastic and witty, sometimes he’s a moody stud. Point is, despite cultural changes that we see with our Action heroes as different pop culture trends change the flavoring, these men are all pretty much cut from the same mold. And here’s the thing about your typical Action hero; They have this underlying current of threatening masculinity. To put it bluntly, your typical Action hero is really all about cock. They’re intimidating to both their male peers and the women who are cast opposite them. They are toxic masculinity distilled onto our screens.

Now, in recent years we’ve been seeing more varity in our Action heroes. More emotion. Of course, there have always been exceptions (Luke Skywalker is one of the most note worthy male heroes to break this mold, and I think it’s worth noting that he’s often called whiny. Hell, when I was a little kid I loved him, but as a young teenager I thought he was lame. Now I realize that this might well have been because he wasn’t acting like your typical male hero. Maybe that scared me on some level) Anyway, let’s get back to Hardy’s Max. In story he  starts out as frightening, but he is never threatening in the way of your usual Action hero. He’s feral, dangerous, and unpredictable at the start of our story, but he doesn’t have any of that toxic masculinity.  So, we have a mad Max who is dangerous, and seems mad, as it were.  But there’s none of that hyper male Action hero posturing.

Hardy’s Max is a flawed man whose past has almost driven him past the point of no return. To the other characters in the movies he initially seems to be  feral (they don’t have the benefit of hearing his inner thoughts) Max is a frightening, but he’s not a masculine he-man. In fact, the characters in the movie who fall close to what we’re used to seeing in Action heroes are the warboys and their leader. The culture espoused by Immortan Joe is hyper masculine and toxic. The young men who idolize him seem like extreme versions of what we’re used to with our heroes. They’re brainwashed into a society built on toxic masculinity and objectification, and the heroes of the story are the ones fighting against this idea. Interestingly, Furiosa has a lot of traits of your traditional Action hero, but it’s coupled with compassion and self reflection, not because she’s a woman, but because  she’s  a person. Like Max, she is fighting to regain her humanity through helping a group of young women fight for their freedom from a world of toxic masculinity.

So, again back to Max himself. As the movie goes on he regains his sense of self. A big theme int he movie is the objectification and commodification of human life. We see this with Immortan Joe’s ‘wives” as well as with the brainwashed warboys and the use living humans as ‘bloodbags’ and ‘milkers’ Max starts the movie literally strapped to the hood of a car as a hood ornament/living blood bag.  Max is reluctant to help Furiosa and the ‘wives’ at first, but we see him change in a brief period of time. He  regains his humanity through helping others and coming to terms with his own demons. Hardy’s Max is dangerous, but he’s also vulnerable, undeniably so. We see his fear, we see what haunts him, and we see him struggle to survive, and then struggle to come to terms with his past in order to help others have a future. This sets him apart from Mel Gibson’s Max, and in my opinion makes him the better of the two. By the time Max starts really showing his human side, we see a man who is compassionate and half broken, a man who relearns himself by helping others.

Another notable aspect of Max is his relationship with Furiosa. Usually when your typical Action hero is paired with a STRONG INDEPENDENT WOMAN in a movie, there’s this ongoing dynamic of ‘but you’re a girlllllll’ There isn’t respect, because the heroes of the story are acting out the deeply felt internalized misogyny of our own society. They can’t interact as equals because in our cultural minds they are inherently unequal. They are defined by their rigid gender rules, and they act this out like they’re children on a playground crying about cooties. And of course, there’s usually the sexual element, with the heroes constantly griping at/disrespecting one another while it’s played off as repressed attraction all along.Fury Road never once does this. Max and Furiosa are two flawed and broken people trying to survive. There isn’t a split second where Max stops to wonder how a GIRL can be so tough. Once they’re established as allies, they immediately move into a working relationship built on mutual respect and trust. Two scenes come to mind. Firstly, the initial canon chase when Max first shows himself as an ally. There’s one notable moment where Furiosa is standing up out of the roof and Max hands her a gun. That doesn’t seem important, but there’s something about that gesture that’s very c cinematically important. It shows us that they’re a team now, and it shows us that they trust each other. The second notable scene is the “Don’t breathe” moment in the night bog. Max has previously seen that Furiosa is a good shot. He knows that she is the one to trust with this task, so he hands her the gun and lets her use him as a rifle stand. It’s a moment with no dialogue that speaks volumes.

All of this goes to Max as a nonthreatening hero. He never objectifies, disrespects, or distrusts his counterpart. He’s never an alpha male. He’s part of a story that he doesn’t need to dominate with his manly male maleness. Hardy’s Max is a dangerous, vulnerable, and quietly compassionate man who gives respect and trust where it’s due. He has no need to parade and prove his masculinity. In fact, the people doing that are the villains, and isn’t that telling?

onepersonsechochamber  asked:

Reminder that you have to ramble about galra facial features.

[Edited and updated 4/6/17]

Yes, excellent!

Okay so this was something I had to think about because there’s been several times where I’ve looked at fanart, including my own, and had this moment of “this… is not a galra, this is a person spraypainted purple with color contacts and cat ears slapped on” and part of this is, I’ve had to look at canon galra and figure out what quite is the difference here.

Because the Galra are definitely what we’d call humanoid, but, they’re set up differently from humans.

I want to put this here as a reference, but I’m also putting it under a cut because there’s a lot of images to be had. But here goes!

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“Acting is such a personal thing, which is weird because at the same time it’s not. It’s for the consumption of other people. But in terms of creative outlets and expressing yourself, it’s just the most extreme version of that that I’ve ever found. It’s like running, it’s exertion. When you reach that point where you can’t go anymore and you stop and you take a breath, it’s that same sort of clearing of the mind.”

Happy Birthday, Kristen Stewart! [April 9th 1990]

Samurai Jack feelings that are too long/embarrassing for Twitter: 

  • He’s the gay Asian (suspiciously almost always half-nude) icon the 2000s needed, but never deserved. 
  • I can’t believe he went to a fucking rave.
  • The visual storytelling and brave silences are still unmatched by any other western cartoon, re-watching when you’re older makes you marvel even more at the risks they took to let actions and scenes simmer. In the reboot’s first episode, they’ve stated there’s only going to be three minutes of dialogue. Hot fucking damn. 
  • Phil Lamar is a god-tier voice actor and I appreciate how he accentuates Jack’s unique inflections without ever pulling a stereotype. 
  • The fan-ship of Samurai Jack/Johnny Bravo is interesting to examine from a sociological perspective, as well when you compare how both shows are mirror opposites in tone, sound, characterization, dialogue, palette, etc. It’s fascinating because Jack and Johnny come from different time periods + cultures, with very different approaches to honour, life values, and exemplifying western/eastern masculinity in pretty contrasting ways. Where SJ lets lulls, Johnny Bravo fills with whiplash (it was proto-Johnny Test really). SJ is an original passion project by an animation maestro renowned for craftsmanship, JB is a dated homage to an even more dated homage tugging on Hanna-Barbra tropes and techniques, industry refined. Samurai Jack is the inspiration behind why many animation students enter the field, JB is what most of them end up doing. This isn’t to disparage JB too much, it’s iconic in its own way and I think the setting of single mom raising James Deen/Elvis chronic PUA in a cul-de-sac where everyone hates him can be transformed in a fun way. Pairing these two characters together is the most extreme version of opposites attract.
People in the Reylo fandom are a diverse bunch-


-Ship canon Kylo and canon Rey
-Shamelessly ship extreme versions of Kylo and Rey
-Root for Kylo’s rehabilitation
-Root for Kylo and/or Rey falling to the depths of violence and depravity and, in many cases, insanity, all for our own amusement.
-Enjoy fluff
-Enjoy smut
-Enjoy extremely dark themes that don’t necessarily have to have a happy ending
-Enjoy exploring character pasts
-Enjoy exploring character futures
-Come from all different countries and creeds
-Come from all sorts of different occupations
-Have some people aboard the ship who have not had the best life experiences
-Have some aboard the ship who have led perfectly fine lives
-Have some aboard the ship who are particular to Reylo only happening certain ways
-Have some aboard who will take Reylo any way, it doesn’t matter!
-Want to watch the characters heal
-Want to watch the characters bleed
-Enjoy AUs. Any AU works for this ship!
-Enjoy canon fics
-All care about different things
-Are here, some of us, for the good potential of the ship
-Are here, some of us, for the evil potential of the ship
-Are here for the hurt/comfort
-Are here for the hurt.

Quite frankly the list goes on. We are all here for different reasons. And all of them are perfectly fine and acceptable. It is impossible to pigeonhole us into one category or one group. You cannot blanket define us. Nor should we be blanket defined. And honestly, I think that versatility is fantastic. :)

anonymous asked:

How do you think Seb fucks? I honestly feel that he's like a rough dominant type

This is a hard one, but personally, I feel like Sebastian is both. 

I feel like he’s into some really off the charts kinky shit that he won’t tell anyone about, but from what I do think is that he has a power kink. 

I feel like he’d be very controlling in bed and he thrives off of making you know that he’s the only one that can make you feel that way. I think all of the positions that you guys would do, they’d be the extreme versions of what they usually are. His favorite would be missionary, but not the basic kind. I’m taking your legs by your head kind of missionary so he can see how he fucks you, and how you look while he does. 

He’d always say 

“Who’s my bitch?” 

“I-I am, daddy!”

Sebastian gets off knowing that he’s getting you off. He really enjoys making people squirm. 

Like every time he gives a fan one of these:

He knows exactly what he’s doing and he loves it. 

BUT I feel as dominant as he may be, he’s also a giant sub as well. 

I mean, he’s a giant sweetheart and he loves making people’s day. So that brings me to believe that he’d love pleasing you, even if that means he doesn’t get to get off as well. And sometimes, he just doesn’t wanna be in control anymore and wants someone else to make the rules. I imagine really, really he likes being tied up, blindfolded and having you ride his face until he’s begging you for more. 

Or he’d love being pet while he eats you out. And he loves being praised, like to the point where he craves it. Just imagine his head buried between your legs, and your stroking his hair lovingly while giving him praises. 

“You’re such a good boy, Seba.” 

And he looks up at you, his eyes dilated and his mouth wet as fuck and he just smiles so damn big like a kid in a candy store. 

“Am i?” 


He’s like a literal kitten. He’s Baby Boy material and he knows it. ;)

He’s like the poster boy for a dom/sub switch haha!