|That Ranting Angry Nerd Geek Video Game Guy With The Glasses:||THIS GAME, WHAt THE FUCk IS THIS, WHY IS THIS RAPING MY BRAIN, GRRR FUCKING, AAAGH AND tHE CONtROL SCHEME IS AUGHHHH, GOD, I WANT THIS TO FUCKING DIE, FUCK YOU AND THIS, ARE YOU SHITTING FUCKING ME, THIS IS FUCKING GAY, WHO WOULD FUCKING DO THIS, THIS IS THE WORST THING I'VE LITERALLY EVER SEEN HRNGGGGGGGGGGG|
|Gamer Dweebs:||hahaha lmao yeah you're such a good reviewer, so articulate, spot on, i didnt even notice that, haha *quotes every line for four years*|
|Anyone:||its kind of irritating that this game doesnt have any female characters, huh|
|Gamer Dweebs:||i am SO SICK of SJWs and FEMINTITS complaining about EVERYTHING, why are you so OFFENDED all the time, youre LOOKING for things to be angry about, maybe you would have more support for your cause if you just CALM DOWN, its just a game, GOD|
No you’re right, abstinence-only is totally the best method of sex education. It’s not like there’s study after study showing that abstinence-only is actually less effective. That would be absurd to continue teaching it this way if it was proven inefficient, right? Right? Right!?
Harold brought me flowers at work! I was in a meeting when he came by, so Harold left them with the receptionist, Dave. When I came out of the meeting, my whole office asked me what the occasion could be and teased me about Harold’s romantic gesture. (“Is it your anniversary?” “Maybe! Oh crap! Oh, no, it isn’t, I’m good. Whew.”) More than one of the men in the studio threatened to steal a flower to put in his hair, but only one thought he might steal one to hold between his teeth to dance a tango. Plus, I work in a start-up where space is at a premium, so I moved an armload of flowers from place to place around the office all day!
When I got home, with my arms completely full of flowers because Harold gave me ALL THE FLOWERS, I told him what a stir he’d created in the studio.
“…and even the students thought it was sweet. But I wish you’d come in to see me! Did someone ask you to stay out of the meeting?” I asked, “You should have come in!”
“Actually, everyone told me to come into your meeting,” Harold grudgingly admitted, “And make some kind of grand romantic gesture.”
“Oh! That would have been so romantic!”
“Respecting someone’s work by not interrupting her meeting is also very romantic.” Harold said.
Miss you Harold!
[someone expresses interest in / appreciation for a thing]
wanksplainer: um excuse me, but you definitely shouldn’t like that and even though you didn’t ask for my opinion, i’m gonna tell it to you because i’m the one who’s right
Also you are liking that thing in an incorrect way.
The surveillance tapes supposedly shows Michael Brown “robbing” a Ferguson convenience store market. But in spite of the fact that the “robbery” was carried
The surveillance tapes supposedly shows Michael Brown “robbing” a Ferguson convenience store market. But in spite of the fact that the “robbery” was carried out without the brandishing of a weapon, and in spite of the fact that this was really more a case of petty theft shoplifting, this Friday, for the first time, the owners of the store have said that they never said they believed Michael Brown was the individual who stole the item from their store.
In fact, while the owners are speaking out through an attorney about the surveillance video, the mainstream, corporate media are largely ignoring everything they said, pretending that this video definitively identifies Michael Brown as the strong arm shoplifter.
The owners claim that this is a claim the police have come up with on their own.
Through their attorney, the owner of the store also even dispute the claim that they or an employee called 911. They say that a customer inside the store made the call. This is pretty strange if this was indeed a “robbery”.
As well, in addition to clarifying that they never said they believed, nor identified the suspect with Michael Brown, they claimed that the St. Louis County issued the warrants for the hard drive of surveillance video Friday, based on the police claiming that Brown fit the description of the person in the video… the person who the owners and employees of the store were not even going to call the police on. Again, the owner clarifies that neither the management, nor any employee ever identified Brown as the suspect in that video.
They simply never said they believed that, this was a claim made by the police alone. So the real question is why the media has been taking the word of the police on this matter, even over the word of the eye witnesses and the store owner?