LMAO if you’re donating the proceeds to something for charity or research, you make that clear. You explain the percentage and the recipient - that’s kind of the point. Not all charities or research organizations are created equal, as you likely well know. Even legit fundraisers that claim to donate to specific organizations or causes are likely to fudge the numbers for personal profit as often as not. If an individual creates and sells a design for personal gain and makes no claim to do anything with the proceeds, let alone clearly identify recipients, it’s casual and thoughtless exploitation at best, a malicious scam at worst.

Who the hell cares who ships who now? It doesn’t matter if you’re a shaladin, a klance, a hance, a pallura, piladin, etc. shipper. All that matters is there are leaked images of things Studio Mir might get in trouble for. (The studio already said the photos were taken without permission). Worse, they could be legally sued and the worst is it’s because of this blackmailing that we not only “end” up not having any ship at all, we might not even have a series to watch and love at all.

Ever thought about that, kids? >:[ I’m so fucking done with all this drama. It was a needless, thoughtless and selfish action. Stop acting so entitled about demanding creators about something you want to happen!

anonymous asked:

Am I wrong to see an underlying homophobia in this story. This wronged woman being bullied by these two men in a relationship when one should be with the woman he got pregnant I have seen some say this. I'm seeing stuff from the past in this story and it is so unfair to Aaron because he can't be angry or upset about this situation because it will make him seem selfish and thoughtless and trying to keep a father from being with his child because he's afraid he might want to be with the mother.

I think Rebecca has ben shown to be very biphobic. And I don’t like the way they are telling this story if it really does end with this baby being a part of their family.

But I do think people forget Robert here. It is his choice, too. He does nnot want to be with Rebecca, at all. Quite the opposite, his priority is Aaron and I don’t think there is anything wrong with that.

And from what I have heard from the spoilers, Aaron will actually want to support Robert in this?

For me it is way more problematic that it is painted as if Robert’s decision to not want to have anything to do with this kid, is the wrong one and mean one and vile one.

As much as it is Rebecca’s chocie what to do with this pregnancy it is also just as much Robert’s choice if he wants to be a dad or not. It’s not Rebecca’s or Aaron’s or anybody’s decision, but Robert’s.

So yeah, I think there are a lot of problematic things going on here and I am not sure they will adress them in a good way…

anonymous asked:

She knows Aaron has self esteem issues! He's even, unbelievably, confided in her in the past. To not apologise for her part in the mess, to say: look at what he does to 'you', is blaming Robert and Aaron for the situation. Excusing herself entirely of all blame. Sanctimonious cow. Considering Aaron's issues with turning blame for bad happenings in on himself, its completely thoughtless as well. In fact threatening the most supportive relationship in Aaron's life is flagrant disregard of his 1/2

2/2 mental health as well. Who’s going to pick up the slack once she’s convinced Aaron to get rid of Robert? Who will take care of Aaron’s wellbeing? I suspect she won’t be getting her hands dirty looking out for her new ‘best mate’. Not when she’s got Baby Robert to plan for! She’s such a stereotype, the bitter woman who uses her child as a weapon. Can’t have the man, he walks away, so she has his baby to get that unconditional love. It’s disgusting. I hate how she’s acted, but the writing…😡


i agree with everything you said, nonnie!

The worst part about it is that: I’m not happy. Nor am I sad. Simply put, I feel empty inside. Emotionless, thoughtless and effortless. Wandering this earth alone; each day a true credit to the previous. In amongst the chaos of the world, the dark shadows plague my mind and control my body. Feelings of facelessness on continuous repeat, day after day.
—  anthonydefaz 
It straight up hurts my soul that there are people out there blind to this woman's beauty.

Originally posted by geekyspinne

So she has gray hair.   So fucking what.  Most of us out there are going to have it someday, and hell.  Some won’t even make it out of their 20’s without it. 

Tell me something.  Does the color of your hair define who you are as a person?  Because it absolutely shouldn’t.  I’m sorry, but the very idea that it would is bullshit. 

Melissa McBride, from all accounts, is a wonderfully genuine person.  She’s well loved by her peers, and she has this amazing talent that allows her to speak a thousand and one words without saying a word.  She’s creative and kind and a precious gift to The Walking Dead fandom.  Her portrayal of Carol Peletier has transcended genres and made people that would normally shun shows like TWD take notice. 

And oh, yeah.  She has gray hair. 

But you know what else she has? 

A special sort of chemistry with her costar Norman Reedus.  A sparkly kind of something that is pretty rare on television because in the absence of unambiguous evidence of the true nature of their characters’ love (and it’s love, dammit…fight me), she’s drawn you in.  Admit it.  Even if you balk against the very idea of romantic love between Carol and Daryl, you cannot deny they are special to each other.

And why shouldn’t they love each other like that? 

Oh, I forgot.  It’s the gray hair.  That somehow renders a person a used up has-been around these parts.  That negates any desire to have a loving emotional and yes, sexual connection with the person they are closest to in the entire post-Apocalyptic world. 

Really people? 

Melissa McBride and her character are fucking gorgeous, and you know why?  It comes from within.  Don’t get me wrong.  Both of them rock the gray hair like nobody’s business–I can only hope I do the same one day, and thanks to MMB, I’m not so afraid of it anymore, but even if they didn’t, I’d still look up to them for so many reasons that I won’t go into right now. 

I’m not even going to address the absurdity that she’s somehow not a good match for Norman’s Daryl because she has gray hair and therefore, she must be old.  They’re literally the most age-appropriate couple in theory on the entire show besides maybe Carl and Enid.  They’re contemporaries.  And you know what? They look absolutely gorgeous together, but that’s not even the best part.  Their chemistry is a thing of beauty, and Carol’s and Daryl’s hearts?  Know each other.  They recognize each hard-earned beat. 

So don’t come at me again with this ageism fuckery.  Because it makes me sad that the people in my fandom can be so shallow, for them and for this adorable lady who deserves nothing of this. 

Look at her.

Originally posted by thedeadwalkinq

 Y'all should be ashamed of yourselves, and I feel…I just feel sad that this is a thing. 

Originally posted by orchidsandrazors


Stepping off my soapbox now.  I can’t take the credit for the gifs of this lovely human.  That goes to the gif-makers.  I hope you don’t mind my borrowing them. 


Korn Videography: 2002 (Untouchables era) - 2005 (See You On The Other Side era) (2/3) (Insp.)

I know that many of you don’t know who Giovanni Falcone is, but in this day I want to share something he said before he died, exactly 25 years ago today. He was a judge, a brave, brave man, who fought against organised crime until the very end; He was killed in a bombing that also killed his wife and three bodyguards. Before he died, he said, “Men pass and go, but ideas remain, and will keep walking on the legs of other men.”

He said, “What’s important is not to establish whether someone is afraid, it is to know how to live with his fear and don’t let it affect us. That’s bravery. Otherwise, it’s thoughtlessness.”

Before he died, speaking about Mafia, although it can be applied to anything, he said: “It’s a human phenomenon, and like all human phenomena it has a beginning, an evolution, and it will also have an end.”

At that time, his brutal killing - and that of another judge named Borsellino, a friend of his who fought with him, not even two months afterwards - was meant to mean: we won. You will live in fear. You are ours. You will live in terror. But he truly believed that things could change and get better, that one day, sooner or later, justice would win. And his death came to symbolise the fight of many people who won’t let fear win.

It will have an end. Don’t let fear win.