celestial-sexhair:

no-homohowell:

qu4ntumflvx:

There’s no such thing as: 

  • Using too much conditioner
  • putting on too much eyeliner
  • wearing too much black
  • being too nervous/sad/angry/happy about someone/something
  • liking a band “too much”
  • falling for someone too fast/too hard.

just remember that ok

is 25 litres of eyeliner too much

friend I’m not sure how you put on your eyeliner but I sure as hell don’t measure mine in litres

Every year, I try to do at least two things with my students at least once. First, I make a point of addressing them as “philosophers” – a bit cheesy, but hopefully it encourages active learning.

Secondly, I say something like this: “I’m sure you’ve heard the expression ‘everyone is entitled to their opinion.’ Perhaps you’ve even said it yourself, maybe to head off an argument or bring one to a close. Well, as soon as you walk into this room, it’s no longer true. You are not entitled to your opinion. You are only entitled to what you can argue for.”

A bit harsh? Perhaps, but philosophy teachers owe it to our students to teach them how to construct and defend an argument – and to recognize when a belief has become indefensible.

The problem with “I’m entitled to my opinion” is that, all too often, it’s used to shelter beliefs that should have been abandoned. It becomes shorthand for “I can say or think whatever I like” – and by extension, continuing to argue is somehow disrespectful. And this attitude feeds, I suggest, into the false equivalence between experts and non-experts that is an increasingly pernicious feature of our public discourse.

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henshinposers:

One thing I do appreciate the Heisei Riders vs Showa Riders movie for is the fact that at heart, the plot is actually quite poignant for a team-up movie. And for me, this was the key scene. I will try to keep the spoilers general, but anyway…

SPOILER WARNING FOR: OOO, WIZARD, FAIZ, GAIM, DOUBLE, DECADE AND KIVA.

I find it interesting that the Heisei riders that they choose in this scene are the ones that are most intimately familiar with death and regret.

OOO: Eiji does the little guilty look to the side, because not only is his whole character arc based on regretting the death of the little girl, considering the end of OOO, he might very well have been paving the way for Badan with his future as well.

Wizard: Haruto is also formed by the death of his parents, but even more, by his whole character arc with Koyomi. Breaking the rules of death is something he is intimately familiar with.

Faiz: Takumi is most likely the one most familiar with death of the whole bunch, and the movie goes into that quite a bit (which I loved).

Gaim: Kouta has been the most outspoken when it comes to opposing death, having been the cause of both Yuua and Hase’s demise.

Decade: Tsukasa was dead, and supposed to destroy all the alternative rider worlds. Him being brought back by his friends is exactly the kind of crime that the Showa riders are talking about

Double: Not only is Shotaro’s whole personality formed by the death of his mentor, he is here as Joker, not Double, which means that time-wise this is at a time when he really wants to reverse death.

Kiva: Wataru was prepared to risk the entire fabric of time just to make sure that someone he loved didn’t die, and then… well, someone he loved died anyway.

One might argue that the riders not present are also formed by death, but if we have a closer look at the remaining eight, not at all to that an extent:

Kuuga: No reversing death here. Just death, pain and killing.

Agito: Death/resurrection is not a major theme there. People die and are grieved, but that’s it.

Ryuki: Well, let’s just say that Shiro is not a rider.

Blade: Death… might have been the kinder choice.

Den-O: Time and memories… but not death.

Hibiki: Accepting death is something you have to do.

Kabuto: Not much to do with death there, more about identity and family.

Fourze: Gentaro knows about death, but his whole experience with the power cosmic sidesteps the whole underworld thing completely.

I would love to know enough of the showa riders to see whether their inclusion is as thought through as the Heisei ones. I know that Black would be there, because his whole arc is about accepting the inevitable death of his brother Shadow Moon, but alas, I have not seen the other shows yet.

I disagree on Kabuto but otherwise flawless

Kabuto did deal with death. His parents died. And many more people. And its not just death. It’s a person being imitated and then being killed. It’s having the murderer parading around as the decesaed. It’s about whether or not Hiyori can even be considered his real sister considering his sister died. Death is important in COMBINATION TO identity and family. Mortality. Existence.

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kamenradar:

Literally jumped out of my seat and clapped. Kaito is the best.

the bestr part is ryoumas face with his hand
oh man i got hit THIS IS SO FASCINATING. i should get more data

kuurion:

jajakuroneko:

excuseyoukyofu:

"The Me Generation," as our predecessors call it, is the generation that cares about nothing but ourselves, which is wrong, because we have life so much easier.

"But young people these days have Google and the texting or whatever. What else could they possibly be struggling with?" — practically any older, middle-class person in present America

How about the shithole of a government and dumping grounds of an environment you seem so intent on leaving us to deal with, OLDER GENERATION.

» Power Rangers Dino Charge - Dricera is Pink Again

arangercrew:

From Odot92:

"The Dino Charge triceratops is back to being pink again! It was purple due to better testing reception but made proper after fan backlash."

https://twitter.com/Odot92/status/502590059221364737

bowbot:

hey. did i mention i love neil cicierega

potatoten:

WOAH I revised some designs that idk if I ever posted but I’m POSTIN THESE SO
me and julia had been talking about the concept of a strictly music themed kamen rider series and stuff ; more under the cut

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scarvenrot:

boltong:

dietchola:

mydogsnokes:

video for my spanish 1 class. the directions were “to film a conversation between you and a family member using the basic greetings we have learned so far this year” so naturally i made this

I CANT BREAHTE

iM LAUHGING SO FUCKING HARD GOD BLESS

I WISH MY SPANISH VIDEOS HAD BEEN LIKE THIS

childofcolour:

no i think we’ve misunderstood haru:

here’s his “typical haru” answer

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and here’s a proper answer

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GUYS I THINK HE KNOWS EVERYONE THINKS HE’S OBSESSED WITH WATER SO WHEN HE MAKES A WATER REFERENCE

HE’S JOKING THAT’S HIS SENSE OF HUMOR

HE’S JUST SO DEADPAN NO ONE CAN TELL

kumagawa:

Araki personally considers Dio to be technically bisexual. He remarked that Dio can and will openly offer himself to either gender using any method, as long as the person suits his present desires. Since he is selfishly interested in their capabilities, however, Araki commented that Dio is the type who is incapable of loving another person wholeheartedly.[1]

dio brando is revolutionary he can give the dick or take the dick but at the end of the night he still dont love you

wafflesex:

All I got out of today’s episode, tbh

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tags: #bless

paperhatboy:

Black RX had 47 episodes.

#stop bitching about the episode count

bless

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monobeartheater:

electric-inhale:

the-maple-meme:

hetalianbae:

tom-sits-like-a-whore:

benot-may:

bluesigma:

piikopoko:

you were either a winx 

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or a w.i.t.c.h

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this makes me feel old.

I was totally a spy

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i was aLL THREE

was this the old superwholock? 

THIS IS THE OLD SUPERWHOLOCK

All three heck yes!

the old superwholock? Nah these shows all have examples of POC and well written diverse woman who do not rely on men to build their character

Tomino’s appearance in the series would be near the end of “Be Invoked”, appearing in a spacesuit on the Solo Ship’s bridge with storyboard illustrations in his hands. Fittingly, Tomino himself is killed in the film.
—Space Runaway Ideon [Wikipedia] (via fuckyeahrgm79)
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