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DOESN’T HATE POST. PLEASE READ THE WHOLE POST

Dear Shallura and Kallura shipers:

-My NOTP is Shallura

-My NOTP is Kallura

BUT

I will not say nothing disgusting against that ships. I will not say nothing against you.I use this ships of example for the only reason that they are my NOTP. Not for other reason. This ships doesn’t like me but the fact doesn’t like me or other people not means that ships are gross or disgusting.

You are right to love that ships. You have to draw/write/reblog/etc to contribute to these ships. Shows your love

And that’s is for whole fandom

-Love your OTPs and make stuff of they

-Dislike your NOTPs and doesn’t search stuff of they

-DOESN’T make a hate posts/message to your NOTPs or the persons who ships it

-DOESN’T tag a post with a tag if this tag is doesn’t correlated

-You CAN argue with someone that have anothers ships with RESPECT AND LOGICAL REASONS. NOT HATE

-You CAN make a post of why you doesn’t like this or that character/ships/etc. IF YOU MAKE IT WHIT RESPECT, LOGICAL AND ZERO HATE AND TAG THAT POST WITH “ANTI-X” NOT JUST WHIT “X”

Please, reblog if you are agree with the anti-hate to make a beautiful and peaceful fandom

PLL 7x14 Power Play - (long, sorry!) Thoughts

- Yep, one of the best episodes of the series. Call me dramatic, whatever. But in my opinion, it was. The story was constantly moving and I loved that. That is all I need to classify a PLL episode as good. And, combined with answers.. they had a formula for success. I wished I recorded myself watching it because I genuinely had a smile on my face from start to end, and two particular reveals got a great reaction out of me. Even the romance scenes I appreciated. Ugh, such a good episode! So many feels. Happy, intense, OMG, frustrated, emotional.

- Well… after this post, you know where I’m off to… my unanswered questions post! Finally I get to cross off more! SHOUTOUT TO US TUMBLR FANS FOR THEORISING EVERY SINGLE ANSWER WE GOT TONIGHT WITH 100% ACCURACY!! 

- I don’t know how you guys did it, but theorising that Ted is Charlotte’s father… what the hell! I always dismissed that theory. I thought it was too out-there. But it happened! I was sooooo shocked. I thought Ted was just a random guy from the church that liked Ashley. End of story. Apparently not end of story! Loved it. There is no way they had that planned all the way back then. I really do think that Ted was brought to the show just to be a love interest for Ashely. Then they created the Charles story and realised “oh shit, we need a male to be Charlotte’s father. Lucky we made a character like Ted!” I refuse to believe they intended to use Ted for more than just a pastor in love with Ashley. Anyway, not that that matters. I’m happy with this answer.

- Last week I complained that PLL has severely lacked good production since the dollhouse episodes; production in the sense of unique camera angles, music, etc. Well today they finally returned to its glory. The ending scene was so good and dramatic with the music, that camera angle where Ali finds her hidden puzzle piece and also when Mary steps out from behind the door to reveal herself with Ted… little things like that, I appreciate. 

- The reveal that Lucas knew CHARLES… wow!!! OMG!! I actually said “no fucking way” for once in a few years in PLL. They’re going somewhere with this. Lucas built that board game, he is an app developer and has the resources/money. 

- Another reveal that made me actually throw my blanket off and sit up… when they actually SHOWED that scene from 4B of Mary creeping up on Spencer!! We all kind of guessed that it was Mary in that scene, but to actually SEE the writers SHOW US that link very explicitly rather than let us just guess… it was AMAZING. I hope the series finale is like that, where they actually SHOW us past scenes like that, rather than expect us to make the links. Such a good scene, learning the backstory behind that.

- Mary killed Jessica. I knew it! I was not shocked one bit. But hey. After 7 seasons of this craziness, I am totally happy to take logic over shock. “Sydney killed Jessica!” like no. Get lost. Zero logic. Mary killed Jessica, yeah, I’ll take it!

- People are probably disappointed that it was Sydney under the hoodie… I told myself it’s not AD so I was expecting someone like that. I was happy with that.

- Aria going dark.. I’m all in. But please don’t cause a massive divide in the group. The small divides it causes now is fine, but I don’t want to spend the final 6 episodes with the girls pissed off at each other/Aria.

- Amongst all the storylines going on, they still managed to have scenes relevant to Archer. Thank god! See, that’s what we want. Forget the ping pong, and just keep us updated on other side mysteries like that. We don’t have to solve the side mystery, but just keep mentioning them in the ‘filler’ scenes. That’ll keep us going until the finale.

- I thought finding out who killed Jessica, and that Ted is Charlotte’s father, would be enough for this episode. Nope, they revealed what we’ve all been thinking since August last year! Emison fans on Twitter telling Marlene to go kill herself: fuck off. NEVER wish that upon anyone. As if I’m actually saying that. I know Emison fans are really passionate, and rightfully so, but chilllllll. Spencer said it very well: they are feeling violated. Emily isn’t saying “yippee, let’s have a baby Ali!!” Yes it’s controversial, yes it’s diving into areas of rape, but don’t tell a woman to kill herself.

- Not gonna lie. I did laugh at AD’s hoodie talking to Aria. The concept was cool but it looked far too fake. This show never is good with visual effects and stuff like that (*cough* CeCe watching the girls in the window in 610 *cough*)

- Shoutout to Paily. I really enjoyed their scenes. All of them. I was a shipper of Paily during season 4 and so this brought me right back to those good old days. Paige has barely smiled since she came back in 7B so it was so good to see her be happy for once. 

- There was one thing that someone said that really made me think Spencer has a twin!!! I can’t remember what it is! I’ll rewatch later in the week and update you all.

- Thank god Ezra is being dismissive of Nicole. I mean, it’s sad for Nicole, but at the end of the day and putting realism aside, just get lost Nicole. Ezria is endgame and you’re just making PLL fans frustrated.

- Next week’s promo!! Directed by Troian!!!!!!!!!! Wren’s return!! “Every theory I come up with leads back to you” is Furey hinting towards a Spencer twin? Not that he knows, but if all his research keeps pointing to a Spencer, it’s only a matter of time before he finds something? It is in 2 weeks but I’m so happy because it means the finale is pushed out to when my uni exams finish!

- 9/10. I can’t give it 10/10 because I’ve forgotten what a perfect PLL episode feels like. It’s been way too long. Maybe this is what a perfect PLL episode feels like? Again, I can’t remember. But it’s up there!

- Sorry this is long, but hey, 6 to go. Need to summarise it all and it’s better than sharing thoughts all over the place with scattered messages. Compare this to 712, which never even got a post!

So Here’s A Thought . . .

I’ve had a thought, and I’ve seen it pop up among a-many battle-hardened and heavy heartened veterans (and soldiers) of customer service jobs.

“The customer is always right.”

Nothing makes a customer service worker tremble worse than those terrible words.  Nothing else sends such a despicable shiver of regret, remorse, and contempt down one’s spine.

“The customer is always right.”

Oh how we loathe that phrase.  How we hate it for everything it stands for, and what it means!

But I don’t think you guys ACTUALLY know what the phrase is ACTUALLY intended for.  Let me explain.

To put it into the most basic terms, there are two types of people in the business world: buyers and sellers.  Yeah it’s more complicated than that, but that’s what everything boils down to in its most rudimentary fashion.  You’re either buying something, or selling something.

So, to turn a profit, the SELLER has to be selling what the BUYER wants; i.e. the customer.  Let’s pretend the seller has a very nice fruit stand, selling an equal amount of oranges, bananas, apples, and peaches.  Let’s say 100 each.  In the first day, he sells ALL 100 peaches, 75 apples, 50 bananas, and ZERO oranges.  Logic dictates that not all of these fruits are equally wanted by his customers.  Meaning he has to change the stock of his fruits to meet the demand of the customers and to cut costs associated with purchasing/throwing out unwanted produce.

A smart man would then order more than 100 peaches (since he sold out, he’ll want to buy more to ensure he’s meeting proper demand). He’ll stock around the same amount of apples, a bit less bananas, and maybe only a handful of oranges.  Because the demand for peaches is obviously high while the demand for oranges is low, the seller will put his sales in what the customer wants.

Do you see where I’m going with this?

“The customer is always right.” ACTUALLY MEANS “the customer’s want for a product is always right.”

THAT’S WHAT IT MEANS!

That’s why popular products are sold in such large numbers and revolve around sales.  That’s why large purchases have so many accessories and plans and knick-knacks associated with it.  Because, yeah you want a new TV, the seller KNOWS you want a new TV, so they’re going to do everything to make sure you get what YOU want and ALSO selling everything that goes along with it (pro tip, most of their profit is from the accessories, NOT the main big purchase itself).  So you want your fancy 48” plasma TV, well how about a WIFI hook-up and Netflix plan and a satellite deal and fifty thousand remotes and yada yada yada.

That’s what “the customer is always right” means.  

It does not mean that customers get to harass workers.  It does not mean that workers need to bend over backwards and grovel for a customer’s service.  It does not mean that PTA Soccer mom Brenda can order the most ludicrous thing ever which is physically impossible for the Starbucks barista to make and then scream and rage and throw a temper tantrum more fitting of a two-year old.

And it most certainly does not mean that customers can yell, scream, harass, or in any way shape or form abuse a worker and make ridiculous demands.

And if ANYONE dares to tell you otherwise, you may feel free to relay what you have all just learned, and then promptly stick your foot shin-deep in that person’s ass.

  • MC: Did you eat all the powdered donuts?
  • Saeyoung: [mouth full of food] No...
  • MC: Then what's that on your pants?
  • Saeyoung: That's cocaine!
The problem with the idea that feminism is for everyone

A lot of feminists are lazy, they are passive, they have formed a clique just as women do but the only women who are allowed to join this bitchy high school girls club are those who share and believe in feminist theory. Believing these feminist-made theories is what determines you to be a feminist, just as believing and practicing religious beliefs makes you a member of that religion. Feminism is no different.

You can’t be a Christian if you have Hindu beliefs. You can’t be a Muslim if you have Christian beliefs. You can’t be a feminist if you have any kind of opposing beliefs either. This is where I have a problem with feminists smugly declaring that feminism is for everyone, everyone has to be a feminist, feminism is inclusive, tolerant and welcomes everybody. They tell us that if you believe in equality then “congratulations, you’re a feminist whether you like it or not.”

They simplify their ideology to “we’re all about equality" so if you believe in equality then of course, feminism should be the no brainer. What they don’t tell you though is even if you do believe in equality (most people do), if you don’t believe in the patriarchy, the wage gap, rape culture, male privilege, western women’s oppression, toxic masculinity, trigger warnings etc (most people don’t), then you are most certainly not a feminist, you are instead a lesser human being. The only people on earth who believe all of these theories are feminists because they were created by feminists and are taught to feminists.

They have no time for understanding if you don’t agree with them, they don’t care who you are, what your gender or race is or who you are as a person, if you do not share their beliefs and defend their beliefs, they instantly assume there’s something wrong with you and you cannot possibly be a feminist, even if you believe in equality which was their original claim. And if you aren’t a feminist then you must hate women, of course.

Take the Women’s March for example, a day all about the unity of women, they happily welcomed man-hating feminists and feminists who have been convicted of terrorism because they will accept anyone who shares their beliefs but they booted out a young girl wearing a Trump hat and protected a man who punched a female Trump supporter in the face because they assume these females are a threat to their beliefs without even knowing anything else about them.

If you stay true to the feminist beliefs and advocate them even by means of violence, censorship and misandry then you will always be protected, you will never be condemned for your actions because it’s the patriarchy’s fault for making you so angry, paranoid and resentful and your actions will be justified, you can never be at fault. “Well they aren’t real feminists who do this” is how they respond to this. How about show me a feminist who doesn’t do this and I will apologize and delete my entire blog tomorrow. Point me to a feminist who cares truly about equality of the sexes, who cares about all women and who doesn’t shriek at and deflect facts and scrutiny, show me one and I will delete my blog today.

Whenever a feminist does something bad, well they aren’t real feminists. Whenever a Muslim does something bad, well they aren’t real Muslims. Whenever BLM does something bad, well that isn’t real BLM. So let’s use their own logic in another example. Let’s say any man who rapes, murders, assaults and degrades a woman aren’t real men, they in no way represent real males so don’t you dare criticize men, don’t ever hold men responsible and you must never associate men who do bad things with real men. If you are raped by a man then you must not be afraid of any other man because not all men are rapists, it’s not men’s problem so just stop being a misandrist, sexist menophobe cunt and leave men alone… I can see why their logic is so popular, zero accountability for me, all accountability for someone else. 

It’s this blatant refusal of accountability, manipulation and hypocrisy which has stopped majority of women from joining feminism. Most women know better. Sure, feminism welcomes everyone, just as every religion does, but first you have to forget everything you once believed and instead accept their teachings as the truth. You must adopt it as not only your new set of beliefs but you must be prepared to defend it at all costs and it must become your entire identity, you are no longer a woman, you a feminist woman. If you don’t, then you’ll be outcasted and shamed. This fact can’t be even in the slightest refuted.

Yet they still want to act like they are the voices of inclusiveness, tolerance, diversity and open minds. “But anyone who outcasts and shames aren’t real feminists” they will continue to say. I dare any feminist to walk up to their feminist friends and tell them the wage gap and rape culture are both myths and women aren’t held back or controlled by patriarchy. Let’s see how long before your friends become ‘not real feminists’ when they scream at you and shame you, then try to tell them that they aren’t real feminists when they call you a disgrace to women. Give me a break.

Ok, there is zero logic in the rumor that WB isn’t promoting the Wonder Woman film because it’s being sexist and doesn’t want it to succeed. Why would a studio green light film if they were sexist? Why would they hire a female director to direct the female superhero movie? And why would they even bother putting out ONE goddamn trailer if they didn’t want the movie to succeed? And why would a studio WANT a film to fail? It’s there money? That’s like saying a pizza place wants there new meat lover pizza to fail because they don’t like meat. Then why did they even make the damn pizza? See no logic. You are trying too hard to be a feminist right now if you think this is a sexism problem and are just trying to be offended.

just little krumione things
  • hermione doesn’t believe viktor when he first asks her out
  • like, she’s frumpy and he’s a heartthrob
  • it’s not logical. it makes zero sense. it has to be a cruel prank
  • but he’s sweet and funny and remembers the small things
  • like how she’ll instinctively dog-ear the books at the library, but then fold them back into place because they’re too fragile
  • or that she hates the color pink because it reminds her of home, of the parents she misses so much
  • he tells her about his home, and she tells him about hers, and sometimes she wonders where how someone so sweet could be so brutal
  • and his heart beats like a snitch before she agrees to go to the yule ball with him
  • she doesn’t believe that he thinks she’s the most beautiful thing he’s ever seen, but by the gods she is
  • and it’s short-lived, and it’s complicated
  • but it’s simple too
  • because he’s just a boy from a village who can fly well and she’s just a girl with a heart as big as her mind
  • and they had forever, for a moment
General Update

Well my wrist has been getting progressively worse, in part due to work so I haven’t been able to make ANY drawings lately. (This is, in turn, driving me up a wall.) I’ll be seeing a family doctor about it in July but since that is a bit of a ways away I’m going to be having to take a lighter load in regards to drawing, just in case. In all honesty I might not be able to make any drawings at all, since even holding my phone at a usual angle makes my wrist twinge.

It feels like theres a chunk of something in my wrist but that makes zero sense logically. Either way; kind of painful, mostly uncomfortable. 

So the next set of pages/chapter are going to be very late. In the meantime I’ll post little drawings here and there of old sketchbooks and such. 

Like this grumpy Bill, who kind of sums up my feelings on the whole matter.

Musically Inclined

“James asks Sam to run into town and pick up some music for him, and this one dumb errand turns into a trip he won’t soon forget.” Music Store AU that is fluffiness to the max. 

Dedicated to @the-sassy-sister as a late birthday present, and a speedy recovery charm! Thank you so much for all of your help with editing and for just being there for me. I hope you all enjoy! 

Rated T for language, ‘cause Sam.

Link: FF.net        Link: AO3


Sam didn’t get the Human World.

Sure, there were some sweets perks to living in it: he had way more freedom than when he was living in the Abyssal Plains, for one. Yeah, he’d pretty much slacked off that whole time, but at least here, he could slack off and not have his douchebag Dad breathing down his neck.

Video games were pretty cool, too. Matthew had dug up some old human gaming console from the mansion’s basement the first week after they’d arrived, and since then, handing his ass to him never got old.

But the rest was kind of a shitshow.

Sam didn’t know much about Human World history either. Unlike James, who for some reason actually liked studying every aspect of human life. Their traditions and cultures were fascinating to him, and he seemed to start on a new research topic every other week. This time it was music. More specifically, a bunch of long-dead musicians.

“Sam, I’d appreciate if you could simply do me this favour,” James yelled tiredly through the open window. Sam didn’t have to see him to know he was pinching the bridge of his nose in irritation.

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anonymous asked:

HOW CAN PEOPLE COMPLAIN ABOUT YANG AND HER ARM WHEN SOMEONE WITH AN ACTUAL DISABILITY LOVES HOW IT WAS HANDLED?!?!?!?! AND CALL TAIYANG AWFUL THING BECAUSE OF THE JOKE?! WHEN YANG LAUGHED?!?! AAAAHHHHHH

Because there are people here who just like to complain. They have almost zero logic behind anything they say and I promise you there aren’t very many of them - they’re just loud. Ignore them and enjoy the show. It’s much more fun that way. 

Tips for Identifying NT Women

General:

  • Don’t usually match the gender role/societal expectation of women
  • Often enjoy intellectual debate and research
  • Something often seems  bit off; they may be cold, naive, eccentric, or argumentative
  • xNTPs usually like Portal 2, use lots of parenthesis, and have a philosophical approach to life
  • xNTJs are known for their death glare/BRF, are more direct, and seem scientific or even clinical

ENTP:

  • often loud/opinionated, seem to know something about everything
  • all opinions must be backed up by logic
  • usually have decent, if unconventional, social skills
  • quick-witted, rapid-fire comebacks and banter are their thing
  • have tons of ideas and have trouble sticking to one

INTP:

  • sometimes perceived as vacant, dreamy, childlike, or clueless
  • zero tolerance for logical inconsistencies. zero
  • probably socially awkward
  • surprising acid wit and profound remarks just, like, out of the blue
  • weirdly extensive knowledge of pointless trivia

ENTJ:

  • extremely driven, has plans and backup plans to reach their goals
  • they want facts/proof/evidence of everything
  • efficient and no nonsense, they get things done
  • sometimes perceived as bitchy or cold
  • they want things to be factually true but also to have meaning

INTJ: 

  • sadly, often seems judgy and/or insensitive without trying
  • often the least willing to conform, except out of convenience
  • concise, direct, and easy to understand
  • you know where you stand with them, they don’t play games
  • highly individualistic

(this is mostly based on personal experience so let me know if anything is incorrect)