Aries- "You should have known better than to make me mad!"
Taurus- "I told you not to push me. I can only bottle it up for so long."
Gemini- "I’d love to stay and chat, but..”
Cancer- “It’s time for me to REALLY take care of you.”
Leo- "This is what happens when you make things about YOU."
Virgo- "Keep your shit together, I don’t wanna have to clean this up.”
Libra- “ Ha. I suppose this is what they mean when they say I’m charismatic.”
Scorpio- "I told you I don’t take betrayal lightly.”
Sagittarius- "The funny thing is, you still can’t ruin my fucking day!"
Capricorn- "You should have known better than to fuck with my plans."
Aquarius- "No one can match my train of thought. It’s the perfect murder."
Pisces- "…aw fuck, I should have let you say goodbye. I’m such a dick."
Waiting for the Homestucks.
The homestucks have arrived.
Just in time.
I know there are heated debates and people have been wronged on both sides of the arguments. However, I want to ask one question to pro choice people that will help you understand where pro life comes from.
Put aside your beliefs/biases/experiences…
But anyway, I recently sat down to figure out exactly where Steve’s local gay bars would be, or where the closest ones would be, for purposes of plotting things out, and uh … turns out that Steve Rogers lived in the MIDDLE of the biggest cruising/gay bar/gay hangouts area of Brooklyn. Like, a couple blocks from the St. George Hotel, which was almost entirely gay by the early 40s.
This is actually a really great, fascinating essay on the area and time Steve grew up in. The whole idea that Steve (and Bucky even more) would be completely, totally clueless seems even more ridiculous when you really look at this stuff.
historicallyaccuratesteve needs to see this!
Oh my god, yes, yes I did!
(by the way, this is especially interesting in light of the sexuality of Steve’s childhood buddy Arnie Roth—whose role as scrawny pre-serum Steve’s protector from bullies was subsumed into Bucky’s character in the movies)
It’s also probably relevant to point out that there were a LOT of Eastern European Jews and other immigrants in this part of Brooklyn at the time - some of my wife’s family lived on Water Street over by the Navy Yard for a good long while.
Steve definitely grew up around Jews and Jewish life, so some of the horrors he encountered would be extra angering.
(this is not intended to be a DON’T FORGET THE JEWS derail, as it’s probably extra pertinent w/r/t Arnie Roth.)
Dude, you realize I’ve written several books, right? Seven series, thousands of pages. Literally, multiple thousands of pages. Four of those series are in book form, as well as some in anthologies published by other people. Total, there are 13 graphic novels that I wrote and drew or contributed to, and that’s not counting single issue comics or illustrated prose stories or other sundry illustrations (I keep updating this section as I remember more of the things I’ve written. There are enough to lose track.) All about people who are not straight white dudes. I will be the first to admit my track record on characters of color could be way better, as well as trans and disabled characters, and a whole bunch of other types of people, and I’m working on it. I’m actively working on it. In the books that I am writing. And publishing.
I feel kind of silly pulling out the “don’t you know who I am?” thing but… you obviously don’t know who I am or what I do. And you look reeeeeeeeeeeeeally silly right now.
Best lesson from a Disney movie
This is an underrated movie
This is a grossly underrated movie.
Terry Crews ain’t here for Hollywood bullshit
Kitten calls for backup
The American collegiate system in one gif set
the saddest part is that this isn’t even really a joke
I’ve said this to my non-techie friends countless times. It’s no secret that being able to code makes you a better job applicant, and a better entrepreneur. Hell, one techie taught a homeless man to code and now that man is making his first mobile application.