Someone at work made a joke about tree alligators, so I decided to research if there were ever any arboreal pseudosuchians (hey, pseudosuchians did a lot of weird-ass stuff in the mesozoic), and all I could find was 8000 pages of crappy inaccurate bird evolution hypotheses. >:T
once again for the people in the back: the world is not black and white. people aren’t purely good or evil. stop discrediting people based on one or two problematic actions. people make mistakes. do you want me to discredit your entire career and call you a bad person based on an opinion you had 2 years ago? no didn’t think so. this goes for historical figures too.
I don’t know if you have considered this but stop smoking in areas where people are forced to wait at. Don’t smoke at crosswalks. Don’t smoke outside doorways. Don’t smoke at bus stops. People with asthma or other breathing conditions or people that idk DON’T WANT TO BREATHE IN YOUR CIGARETTE SMOKE are trying to get to places and need to be able to breathe. Stop smoking in crowded areas. stop smoking in crowded areas. STOP FORCING NONSMOKERS TO SECOND HAND SMOKE.
Literature-savvy adults who “don’t understand” why adults enjoy Harry Potter (and other death-centric YA lit) are the stale raisins of the human race. Listen, adult lit is tagged as boring or depressing because a lot of it is about coming to terms with death, whereas YA lit is seen as immature because it’s almost universally about coming to terms with life. Harry Potter is about coming to terms with death as a means of coming to terms with life, ok Chadwick IV? Mystery solved sit back down on ur pile of 1st edition Steinbecks
like i’m sorry tfa didn’t give y’all a White Male Hero™ to lust after and you’re having some kind of crisis of conscience for being turned on by a murderer but the insinuation that a white man torturing and killing innocent people is somehow more morally justified than a black man telling a couple microscopic “lies” to ensure his own survival is disgusting as hell and incredibly racist and it needs to stop