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I am a bit ticked off.

Hello, @garr9988 . You may or may not remember, but I was the first person to respond to your reblog of that Bering & Wells post, in which you called out @ellabellbee . In the Ask I sent to you, I said the following: “Hey man, just FYI, you don’t need to ‘explain’ things to anybody in the B&W fandom, and particularly not to @ellabellbee. We’ve been here a lot longer than you and know what went down just a tiny bit better. For real! Thanks.”

To which you responded publicly, saying that I sounded condescending but that I probably hadn’t meant to. (For the record: meant to, but only a little.) You also said that you “felt the need to correct people” when they held “incorrect beliefs” about things. I didn’t much like your response, I’ll admit, but okay. I said what I said, you said what you said, and you made those words public.

I bring this up only because you deleted my Ask and your answer: you erased me, and my voice, from the situation. And I don’t often express anger publicly, but erasure is one of the things I REALLY DON’T LIKE.

You say you’re a feminist, and you support that by citing the dictionary definition of feminism. I really, genuinely hope you won’t find it condescending if I point out that dictionary definitions tend not to cover lived experience in its fullness. I’m a feminist too. My lived experience of that—as a gay white woman, one who has spent most of her working life in fields dominated by men—probably gives me a different perspective than yours gives you. Anyway, my lived definition includes the importance of not erasing women’s voices. Maybe take that into consideration the next time you decide, first, to insert your voice into a conversation that is mostly (but of course not completely) among and about women, and second, to mostly disregard, and then delete, what was intended as a friendly warning from a woman who is fully informed about said conversation.

In conclusion:

They’re good captains, Bront.


Myka loving Helena [x]

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siriuslyjen  asked:

Hi, me again. Different question. I read somewhere that Ne "wants to be entertained by people" and Fi "doesn't want to feel bad". Is that true? If so, does not wanting to feel bad include avoiding to be sad or angry? What does "doesn't want to feel bad" mean? Egoistic? Against it's own value system? That I would get, but rejecting sadness or anger not so much.

I don’t think people are necessary to stimulate Ne, except in that those people create content for the Ne to absorb and ponder. A Ne can be entertained by a movie, a book, a poem, a philosophical bent, a video game, anything… and if that includes an actual human being beside them on the couch, or texting them, that’s great – but Ne just wants more intellectual property to think about, pull apart, and make part of their greater worldview, not necessarily more people. If the Ne finds a stimulating group of people, then by all means – the more the merrier, but it’s less about human interaction and more about sharing ideas.

INXPs as introverts have a richer internal world they can turn to for inspiration or entertainment; think about (the new, and book - INFP) Anne Shirley creating elaborate fantasies all on her own in her head to help her deal with and escape from reality, opposed to a Ne-dom like Claudia from Warehouse 13 who will scream, “I’m so BORED” if she has nothing to do. Extroverts like to be doing things, even if for a Ne-dom, “doing” something is pondering a philosophical truth or having an argument about… whatever.

“Fi doesn’t want to feel bad.”

This is a little misleading, but also strangely… correct; it implies a Fi won’t steal a stick of gum because the guilt of doing it might eat them up inside – and while that’s true, it goes deeper to the sense of ultimate inner betrayal a Fi has, that in doing something that goes against their core motives, they literally could not live with themselves. These are not superficial things, not every day things, but the things so deep within themselves that they cannot go against those things, even if society pressures them to do otherwise. It’s not about how they “feel” on a surface level (sad, angry, guilt, etc), but rather that this violates who I am.

I’m trying to think of a good example but I’m such a history buff (to the exclusion of all else) all I can come up with on the spur of the moment is Thomas More, a Fi-user, and his refusal to go against his conscience even when it might have saved his life and cost his family less inconvenience. Henry VIII had divorced Katharine of Aragon, and in doing so, made himself the head of a new Church of England, which rejected Papal (the Pope’s) authority and said Henry was the highest moral religious authority in the land (despite him having rampant sexual immorality in his life). He ordered most of his nobility to sign a document saying this was true, he was who he said he he was (practically God), and that they accepted the new Church (among other political statements); it was an “oath.”

At this time, the people who were devout had been taught that rejecting the Catholic Church and the Pope’s moral authority was like rejecting God; the three things (God, the Catholic Church, and the Pope) had become one in the minds of the people. Swearing an oath otherwise would damn your soul. More, an intelligent, ingenious man (a lawyer, statesman, politician, author, etc) used every trick in the book to get out of it, find loopholes, etc., but ultimately refused to sign, because to do so would be a betrayal of his core self, and his central beliefs. His integrity and sense of self (Fi) mattered to him more than his life, and he was “glad to die” upon “his principles” (he even made two jokes walking up to the scaffold).

Now, that isn’t to say Fi’s didn’t sign that oath without remorse, guilt, etc., or even out of self-preservation, fear, or a desire to stay in favor, but to them, it wasn’t a clear an distinct betrayal of who they are, like it was for More. You can look at him and say, “Gosh, why would anyone do that? That’s stupid!” – but that is the nature of Fi. It decides what is right, what is absolute, in the Fi-user’s life; others need not understand or even respect it, but this is something that the Fi cares so much about, it cannot violate it, under any circumstances; and it matters so much that it may even die for it.

As for the rest of the question, anyone can want to avoid sadness, anger, or negative emotions for any reason – but that isn’t type specific so much as related to the individual. Some people do reject sadness, in an attempt to “skip” over it and put some distance between them and the event, in order to better process it, but while that works fine for some people, it doesn’t work for everyone and can cause serious problems of “repression” (which can manifest in undealt with depression in some) if they don’t realize they’re doing it.

Enneagram 9′s reject anger – or rather, downplay or are unaware of how much anger they actually feel, thus not dealing with it.

- ENFP Mod

Differences between the Anime and the Manga - Episode 2

#Intro #Ep1 #Ep26

The episode was written by Yasuko Kobayashi (ep1, ep26). Director of episode 2 was Masashi Koizuka. It covered ch2 from page 25-34, and ch15 from page 1-4. Not many pages were covered in this episode, so it’s mostly filler. And even in these 15 pages, a lot of the scenes are changed, so this is gonna be a long post. Some later episodes do follow the manga much better, and have mush less filler, so posts will be much shorter.

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2dead2worry-deactivated20170402  asked:

I'm vegetarian, and try to be vegan at least one month out of the year (February lol) but recently I've heard a lot of admittedly brash assholes decry the wholesale farming practices and human rights abuses that are largely used to fuel the upper-class vegan lifestyle. Do you have an opinion about that?

I don’t know why these people act like they don’t eat vegetables and grains too (and if they actually don’t, they’re putting their health at serious risk). Not only that, but the ratio of grains, legumes, etc. fed to animals compared to the small output of meat and dairy they get from it means that non-vegans are actually consuming more of these crops by proxy than vegans are.

They also tend to completely ignore the fact that people working in slaughterhouses and rendering plants have a very high likelihood of being undocumented workers, which means they’re more susceptible to abuse by their bosses and unsafe working conditions, not to mention the fact that they tend to suffer mental health issues at higher rates due to the violent nature of their work. There are also the people who work on high concentration factory farms, poultry warehouses, feedlots, etc. who are exposed to such high levels of pollution from animal feces and urine that they end up developing various types of cancers, respiratory illness, and other diseases. 

I don’t know any vegans who aren’t poor, but this might be due to the fact that I’m poor, so most of the people I know are as well. I also don’t know of any vegans who don’t think about the plight of farm workers and try to avoid contributing to their suffering. Hell, the founders of the National Farm Workers Association, Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta, were/are both vegan because they saw a connection between the suffering of animals and the suffering of their people working in the fields. 

So my opinion on those people who tell you things like that is this: It’s classic projection. When confronted by the fact that they contribute to massive amounts of suffering in the world, they project that guilt onto you in an effort to neutralize it and avoid focusing on their own responsibility to consider their actions and change them as necessary. 

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Interesting, this reminds me how the word penitentiary is defined paraphrasing; as a place to warehouse those who have offended the church.

“Penitentiary is defined as a prison, or a tribunal in the Roman Catholic Church. An example of a penitentiary is a federal prison. An example of a penitentiary is a judgment session overseen by a cardinal that deals with questions of conscience.”

A Favor Part 1

Characters: eventual Reader x Sam

Words: 2569

Summary: Minutes before the Reader’s ten years are up, a stranger comes and offers her her soul back, and then asks for a favor.

This is my official 600th one shot!! Thak you all so much, all of you. Okay, this is from a prompt I saw a long time ago, and wanted to write it into a story. And well, it turned into a series. so enjoy part one!! ;)

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The Contest-Part 6

To celebrate Supernatural’s 15th season, the producers have decided to hold a contest to cast an unknown in a recurring role as Sam’s rumored love interest. They are doing open casting calls all over the country. Your best friend Nikki wants to go and she drags you along.

Characters: Reader, Best friend Nikki (OC), Nursing Supervisor Anne, Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, other Supernatural cast and crew

A/N: This is my first attempt at writing about Jared and Jensen and the show.  Please be gentle as I am a delicate flower LOL.  For the purposes of this story, Jared and Misha are both divorced.  No hate please! I’m sure Gen and Vicki are lovely!

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After I left Jared’s trailer, I found my way to Lou, the stunt coordinator.  He wanted to run through the stuff for what we were filming today.  It wasn’t anything complicated, so I felt like I could handle it.

“Ok Y/N, so the scene starts with you fighting a vamp.  Your gonna be carrying a machete. There’s some on the table here.  Try them out.  Pick one that doesn’t feel too heavy to you.”

I found a machete that I liked, and we practiced with it.  The stunt guy who was playing the vamp went through the next sequence with me.  I charged at him and he got both arms around me and I dropped the machete.  He had me trapped, and made as if he was going to bite me, but at the last second I kicked out behind me hard and he let go and I spun away from him.

“Perfect!” Lou said.  “Nicely done.  You move well.”

“I did gymnastics until I got too tall.”  I explained.

Emily showed up a few minutes later to take me to my shooting lesson. I learned how to load a gun, and practiced shooting.  It was harder than it looked.  My hand was shaking with fatigue by the time we were done. The kickback was much more than I expected.

“So I guess a career as a sniper is off the table?” I joked.

Mark the gun guy was very patient and understanding.  “Jared and Jensen have been shooting guns for 15 years now.  This is your first time.  You’ll get the hang of it.  We will practice every day you are on set.”

Emily looked at her watch. “Crap we gotta go! They are ready for you in hair and makeup.”

It didn’t take long for the hair and makeup girls to work their magic and turn me into Gemini Jones, my new alter ego.  I went to my trailer and put on my clothes, and I was ready to head to set.

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Helena was ready to sacrifice everything to end the Time War.

The Moment took the form of one Myka Bering.

just a Warehouse 13/Doctor Who fusion

for apparitionism who said pretty images helps with writing more chapters. (not sure if this will through)