this bit though

So I tried to convince Cleverbot that I'm a princess...


It really didn’t work. Longass conversation of failed attempts to make Cleverbit recognise MidCin below! Read at your own leisure, but be aware that there’s swearing and potentially sensitive subjects like religion *cough* and Taylor Swift *cough* very briefly mentioned!

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Hey there friends 💪

People who have been texting me or tagging me in posts please don’t think I’m ignoring you, I’ll answer eventually - it’s just that real life is taking all my resources right now.

My boyfriend broke up out of nowhere this week so I’ll have to move during the next 14 days (I moved in just 5 months ago). I also need to have my new furniture delivered in time which isn’t that easy with IKEA, buy a kitchen and all that while getting my drivers license and getting used to my new job.

I’ll be fine since I’m financially stable, the only thing I lack right now is free time - but I’ll be back in a bit for sure👌

  Yesterday, I finished reading Baccano 1935-a, and I can´t express with words how much I loved it! (I threw my phone many times because of the plot twists.)

 I can´t wait to read the following! (I´ll be resting from Baccano a bit though, I marathoned 1710 and 1935 this last week…) 

…(I promise nothing)   

anonymous asked:

I think there's gotta be a way to have a woman who is both super hard-scientific and intuitive. As a female scientist myself, I believe intuition is one important aspect of science. Scully does annoy me sometimes and it has nothing to do with her being a scientist. Sometimes, she disregards a victim because there's no clear evidence. This annoys me because most of the times under this system, we might never find evidence that supports victims. Mulder is annoying too but that's another story.

I think we see Scully trusting her intuition at certain crucial moments.  She sometimes beats herself up after it a little bit, though.  I think we see that in Beyond The Sea, among other episodes.  

As a person with both a logical mindset and a belief that intuition is important, I totally hear you!  I think it’s not that easy for a show to present such nuanced portrayals, though, especially in the early years, when they wanted to very strongly establish Mulder as the believer and Scully as the skeptic, in contrast with the usual gendered roles.  But I think the important lesson the show teaches is that it takes both points of view to solve many, if not most, of these cases, and that no form of investigation should be disregarded.  You’re right that there are many crimes where the evidence is too hard to find or may not support the victim’s testimony, and that’s definitely a shame (especially in the many non-supernatural crimes that occur, particularly assault cases and the like).  It’s an important consideration outside of the fictional world of TXF.  Fortunately, between the two of them, they manage to come up with plausible explanations for most of the cases, even those that don’t lead to prosecution.


Forduary week three: Support
At least he’ll always have his brother there to support him, right?

You can see all of my Forduary entries here and all of my Stanuary entries here.

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