Frenzied Flitting From Topic To Topic

Listening to libertarians talk about how sophisticated and reasonable their ideology is is listening to a guy boast about how well-read he is when his library consists exclusively of Star Wars Expanded Universe novels.

I think libertarians may exist to be made fun of.

huffleist-of-puffs:

cumber-bitches:

Stop making books into films and start making them into a tv show so we could have a lot more detail to them and they can stick to the book easier.

I thought this was going to make me annoyed but everything turned out better than expected

I give it 10 years before the Harry Potter series is adapted into a seven-season tv show. 

(via mediocre-latinist)

Let’s say for a minute that you’re a 27 year old person with a Master’s Degree in theoretical physics.

Is it more pitiful to be underemployed and stuck living at your parents’ house for years on end, or is it more pitiful to be taking underemployed and taking undergraduate courses?

The debate rages!

amydentata:

jaythenerdkid:

alternative-pokemon-art:

I’M SORRY I KNOW THIS ISN’T POKEMON BUT I’VE SHARED THIS ABOUT SIX TIMES ON MY OWN BLOG AND I THINK THEY’RE GETTING TIRED OF IT SO I’M GOING TO SHARE IT HERE INSTEAD

this never stops being fantastic

This kills me every time

(Source: zizicat, via ramtops-witch)

I never shipped Xena and Gabrielle (mostly because shipping isn’t actually in my nature), but if I’m the Bard (which it’s pretty clear I am) then maybe I need a warrior princess…

quasi-normalcy:

You can say all you want about Shinzon or Ru’afo or Nero, but if you don’t think that Klaa is the absolute worst Star Trek movie villain ever, then I don’t really know what to say.

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inthesparks:

If you’re in a heterosexual relationship who gets to be the warrior princess and who gets to be the bard?

(via ajax-daughter-of-telamon)

andromedalogic:

a lot of people have been made to feel ashamed for thinking sex is gross, or being indifferent to sex, or not being interested in romance. a lot of people have also been made to feel ashamed for having sexual and/or romantic desires at all. these things overlap.

so please, we need to tread lightly when we talk about each other.

it’s a common coping mechanism to make fun of what we perceive as the ‘normal’, but in the realm of sexuality, there are a lot of not-normals, and often there will not be a clear ‘normalcy’ differential between two of us chosen at random.

think before you make jokes, let alone serious statements, and make sure you’re not accidentally echoing an age-old prejudice that has beaten down someone else, just because it isn’t the specific age-old prejudice that beat down you.

Basically there’s no way to not be an oppressive asshole when it comes to mocking people for the amount of sex that they have.

(via ajax-daughter-of-telamon)