oh look i made something!!!

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Ghostbusters! (x)

Op’s one of those nice folks who pre-emptively blocked me.

>anti-SJs/alt-righters:

First off, those aren’t remotely the same people. Many anti-SJs are explicitly liberal. I’ll just speak for the anti-SJWs, then.

>violently angry

This sure looks a lot like something you just made u-

Oh, I get it. This isn’t actually directed at antis at all. You’re trying to sell a threat narrative to other SJWs.

>people burning the American flag

I don’t.

>scientists talking to the media

Uh…remind me who literally harassed a scientist to tears because he wore an ironically tacky shirt, claiming he’d alienate potential women in science?

> cisphobia/heterophobia/reverse racism/misandry/etc.

We don’t get angry over reverse racism. It’s just racism.

>a woman criticizing video games

Honestly, no one would give half a crap about Anita if she was a) a decent critic, b) wasn’t known for being a victim, instead of her actual criticism,  and c) wasn’t touted as the best feminist games critic evar!

>literally any protest against the government/police, no matter how peaceful

Incorrect. We don’t like stupid protests based on a sustained campaign of misinformation and premature conclusions, or some vague “women’s march” with no concrete goal.

Sometimes people are complete bell-ends about protesting while still technically being peaceful. Blocking roads does little to advance the cause of your protest, and may put the lives of yourself and those around you at risk.

People have said that an angry mob hundreds-strong that threatened cops with violence was “peaceful” because they didn’t actually attack the cops. And then there’s the old standby “well, the violent people weren’t REAL protesters”.

> anyone criticizing you when you say something bigoted

Affirming the consequent

SJWs have gone a lot farther than just “criticism”, up to and including actual crime and violence. They beat a man at a Milo Yiannopoulos talk until he ended up in the hospital.

>you can’t pick and choose when you want free speech.

See, you’re making a false equivalence here. There’s a difference between “I don’t like these things” and “people should not have the right to do those things”. 

What you lot want is generally the latter.

More rebuttals.

もし、鬼鮫が寸分の狂いもなくイタチの気持ちを理解しているのであれば、鬼鮫自身も仲間の血に濡れた手を嘆き、心に深い傷を負っていることになるのだろうか。
If Kisame perfectly understand what Itachi feel, is he going to grief about how his hands painted with his friend’s blood, bearing a deep wound in his heart?

いや、とイタチは否定する。
No, Itachi denied.

結局考えたところでわからない。鬼鮫には鬼鮫の歩んできた満ちのがある。それをわかった風に語るのは傲慢だ。
In the end, Itachi wouldn’t know what he’s thinking. Kisame has his own path to walk on. If Itachi said something like he knew everything about his path, it’s called arrogance.

それに、やはりイタチと鬼鮫は違う。
Besides, Itachi and Kisame are different, indeed.

影に徹し、木ノ葉の、うちはの礎になるため死に向かって歩んでいるイタチとは違い、彼は干柿鬼鮫という男を肯定してくれる存在を欲し、同胞殺しの影を背負いながらも光が当たる日を待ち望んでいるように見えることがあるのだ。
Unlike Itachi who sink in the shadow, moving toward his own death in order to be the konoha’s and the clan’s cornerstone, Kisame wanted someone to affirm that he’s Hoshigaki Kisame, and while he bears the darkness of killing his comrade, he looked like the one who keep waiting and wishing that someday he’ll find a light.

しかし、この世界にそんなことはありえないことも彼は痛烈に理解しているのだろう。ならば彼はどこに進んでいくのか。この世界とは別の領域にでも足を踏みこもうとしているのか。”暁”にそれがあるのだろうか。
But, even Kisame severely knew that such thing is imposibble in this world. In that case, where is he going? Is he planning to step his foot into another teritory outside this world? Is there such place in ‘Akatsuki’?

結局、それもただの空想でしかない。全ては死を迎えるその瞬間にならなければわからない。
In the end, it was no more than a fantasy. He won’t know until the moment of death comes.

ー Itachi & Kisame (Akatsuki Hiden 弟切草 pg55-56)

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ASTRO as cinnamon rolls [x]

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That’s okay. I do. Love is putting someone else’s needs before yours.

[inspo, elsa]

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BUCKET LIST: by @honestgrins

“The Caroline Forbes, Get the Hell Off My Back and Find a Life While I Finish Finals, You’re Done with College Bucket List.”

“One, you must finish these tasks in order (no peeking!) before graduating Friday evening. Two, keep Nik with you. I already dragged him into town but I can’t give him my attention, and you’ll need the company. And make him pay for everything, he can afford it. New York’s expensive, and I need you to save your money. I’m not visiting you in a shoebox apartment. Three, take pictures so I can better visualize when you tell me all about this AFTER FINALS. Four, don’t text me, I’ll text you. I’m studying.”