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flatbear:

So I think we were all pretty righteously pissed off today. And then Greg Rucka reminded us all why we buy so many of his comics.
And like some lesser designs, you can also buy this on a shirt.

flatbear:

So I think we were all pretty righteously pissed off today. And then Greg Rucka reminded us all why we buy so many of his comics.

And like some lesser designs, you can also buy this on a shirt.

dickensianwerewolf:

sailorfukusweetbro:

redunderwear:

monsieurdangereux:

frantzfandom:

empedoclesonsepta:

I just want Batman to tell a joke, get laid, feel an emotion, and have an adventure that makes me be like, whoa, I’ve never seen/thought of this kind of…

This is the language of privilege – the audacity of standing at the top of a mountain you made on the backs of others and then yelling at people for being at the bottom. If it’s not the intangible Market that’s to blame, it’s the writers of color, who maybe don’t have what it takes and don’t submit enough anyway. Read the subtextual coding here – the agent first places the onus of change on the folks with the least institutional power to effect it, then suggests we probably won’t be able to find the time (i.e., lazy) to master the craft.

Author Daniel Jose Older on Buzzfeed, responding to this panel of literary agents discussing the lack of diversity in publishing. (via tubooks)

muppetmindset:

"Style comes in all shapes and sizes. Therefore, the bigger you are, the more style you have."

The Divine Swine, the Porcine Princess, a Miracle of Life… Miss Piggy.

(This post is in no way paid for or sponsored by or threatened by Miss Piggy.)

blue-author:

The thing that always gets me about the idea that the violence, racism, and misogyny in Game of Thrones is expected/excusable “because that’s how things were back then” isn’t just the fact that GoT isn’t a historical novel.

If progress was a steady, linear acceleration through time, they should…

Thirty-two hours of higher quality work is better than 40 hours of lower quality work

What’s interesting about good and moral people is that they actually have to try and function in a word that isn’t. And the older you get, the more interesting that becomes. Because it’s also the hardest thing to do in the world. (x) (x)

(Source: lockelamoras)

transetheralbrimwylf:

soradiesinkh3:

princexneeshydoomcuddles:

whenyouwishupondisney:

annaoflovelyarendelle:

anna-loves-kristoff:

ahahhaha so perfect

YES YES YES YES

Yes to all!

This parody gave their mom more lines than she had in the movie

I WOULD HAVE WATCHED THIS VERSION

"Oh wow. You guys are bad parents."

sadybusiness:

Okay. I’ve been mad about the same thing for over a week now. And instead of being shitty and passive-aggressive about it, or saying mean things about Alyssa Rosenberg on Twitter, I’m just going to go ahead and tell you why.  

Let me be very plain about the fact that what I’m about to describe is not very bad at all. If you want to look at someone who actually has gotten this “bad,” Suey Park is the best example. She’s been eaten alive, credibly threatened, called names in every major media outlet, because she didn’t like a joke on a TV show. Some people have booked interviews with her so they could say mean shit to her face. The clips of her reaction have gone everywhere. People had a real, intense hunger for the sight of her looking hurt and embarrassed. Because she didn’t play nice with their toys. That’s what “bad” looks like in this context. It looks like people trying to make you cry on television. 

Here’s what the “not that bad” version looks like: 

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