good job brain

A coworker discovered my asexuality today by adding me on Facebook :
  • Said guy:but how does that work? How can you say you love anyone? That doesn't make any sense.
  • know what doesn't make the slightest sense to me? That we sing and write entire stories about love,that we label it as humanity's greatest strenght and most cherished treasure and yet everyone is so eager to reduce it to an heterosexual exchange of body fluids that leaves woman unsatisfied 60% of the time. - Drop mic and leaves-
  • My boss:( to said guy) sorry dude but that was a ownage level 100000000.


misadventures in the mist. mistadventures?

damn, i can’t believe i actually finished this drawing, the sketch is actually a month old, but my drawing program crashed on me so many freaking times, that i just kept putting it off. the only one who escaped the loss of progress and redrawing is diath (uncanny dodge??) everyone else had to be redrawn at least once.

- For @kiss-suki - IchiHime

Parker taking over as the mastermind is so awesome for so many reasons, but I was watching the Ho, Ho, Ho Job and just. It’s episodes like this that continually amaze me at how good this show is at character building. Because Nate’s greatest achievement, as far as shaping Parker into a mastermind goes, isn’t that he “fixes” her or shows her the “correct way” to be or any of that shit, it’s that he nurtures Parker’s ability to see the good in people.

Because that’s what the Ho, Ho Ho Job is about essentially. Parker’s goodness and want for people to be good, to have a happy Christmas even though you know she never had one, is what saves the day. It gets them the job, it gets Nate’s head on straight, it makes things better. And it’s not that Parker’s any more trusting at the end of the series, but she wants to see the good in people, she wants to help good people, when at the being of the series she would have passed by good people without a second glance.

And I think it’s so, so lovely that Nate nurtured this to foil against the way being a mastermind eroded him, turned him into someone who slowly was poisoned against the good in people. Because Nate stopped doing the job for the right reason, and unlike the way Archie molded Parker into his own image, Nate wanted to give Parker the best of herself, something that would sustain her for a long, long time.

there is nothing like agonizing over a piece of dialogue that you FOR THE LIFE OF YOU CANNOT REMEMBER WHAT IT’S FROM

and then when you finally realize you scream LEGALLY BLONDE

it’s like an orgasm


The 10 Highest-Grossing Black Films of All Time

In the history of American cinema, the great Black films tell a story that challenges perceptions of race and class, unearthing truths America finds it extraordinarily difficult to accept.

This is not a list of those films.

The most successful Black films of all time tell a very different story. In spite of predominantly Black casts, these films found success with largely non-black audiences worldwide.

Think you know who made the cut? We seriously doubt it.

These are the Ten Highest-Grossing Black Films of All Time.

(Whether you like it, or not….)

Be prepared to be brain trashed and melanin depleted white people do a really good job conditioning your brain computer through imagery we black people are the most affected by television programming black people are not mentally prepared for the cognitive overload of systemic anti blackness anti black family narratives and after watching racist pathologies for hours cinema and program television investing you’re feeling emotions and prayers into white characters you begin to share the same anti black pathology an associate white people with everything innocent wholesome and virtuous this makes it so hard virtually impossible to mount a admirable counter racist defense
What you know about white people depends on your survival that is a fact