Posted 3 weeks ago


there are nice americans

there are rude americans

there are nice brits

there are rude brits

there are nice canadians

there’s justin bieber

*there are nice brits

There’s Piers Morgan

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Posted 1 month ago



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Posted 2 months ago
Posted 2 months ago



 Mitt - A Netflix Original

This man could have been president

No…he really could not have.

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Posted 2 months ago


remember 2001-2004 though???!? remember windows xp and kerrang and neopets and shrek being a big deal and beyblades and ps2 skating/snowboarding games and “i believe in a thing called love” and flash video sites and avril lavigne and wearing chains on jeans and t.A.T.u. and seeing LOTR and PotC in cinemas and how every boy looked like reese from malcolm in the middle


Posted 2 months ago
Reverse racism doesn't exist, because it's just racism, no matter who is doing it or who is the victim.
Anonymous asked


I guess I’m going to have to expand on my “reverse real" post because I keep getting this same message over and over again. 

First, I would like to tell you a story. I have severe Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Many of you know this. It affects me every second of my life. The discomfort and misery I feel is always with me, no matter how hard I try to ignore it. Unless you have this condition, it would be impossible to understand the levels of fatigue I can feel.

One time I was talking to a person and they were asking me about CFS. I tried my best to describe what it’s like and the challenges it posed in my life. To which they responded…

"Yeah, I get really tired sometimes. I know how you feel."

No. You. Don’t.

Not even close. I had to do everything in my power to keep from screaming. 

Reverse racism and “racism towards whites” is an attempt for privileged people to say, “Yeah, we’re victims too. We know how you feel.”

No. You. Don’t.

You are trying to equate that one time a person of color made you feel bad with hundreds of years of systematic oppression? Really? 

"But the dictionary defines racism as…" PLEASE STOP YOUR BRAIN RIGHT THERE. 

Some dictionaries define something else as a bundle of sticks. Let’s not use the dictionary for this discussion. 

The truth is, you are looking up the wrong definition. You need to be looking up oppression. In our society, it is systematic, meaning racism happens from the very tippie top of our government, to local government, to our police force, to our schools, to our neighborhoods. And if you look at all of the people in charge of these things, the majority of them seem to have rather pale complexions. 

When a person of color gets angry, upset, or harsh towards white folks, it isn’t about the white race or culture. It is about our privilege. It is about how many of us take it for granted. How we refuse to acknowledge it. How when we get our feelings hurt, we say we are victims, just like them. That it’s the same for us. 

I’ve been white for quite a long time. I can say for a fact that I’ve never had to worry about not being represented in the media. I don’t have to worry about not being considered for a job because my name seems too “ethnic.” Something I have personally heard an old boss of mine say, as he rejected a resume. I’ve been pulled over a few times by the police and not once have I been afraid. I can go to the store, buy skittles, and walk home without getting shot. 

Sure, I don’t care for prejudice of any kind. But it’s really hard to blame people of color for being angry. For lashing out. It can certainly be taken too far… but please don’t call that racism. Don’t equate your hurt feelings with this systematic oppression.

You DON’T know how they feel.

Posted 9 months ago


Ant Anus.

Thank you for that. Its… What I’ve always wanted.

Posted 1 year ago

The "Cheap iPhone"



A few thoughts on the latest report of a “less-expensive” iPhone by Jessica E. Lessin for The Wall Street Journal:

1) This report seems to surface every year, including by the same Wall Street Journal that is reporting the news today.

2) That said, there does seem to be more gathering momentum around the idea of a “cheap iPhone” this time around. I smell a faint hint of Apple.

3) But Apple already sells “cheap iPhones”: the iPhone 4S is currently $99 with a two-year contract and the iPhone 4 is free with the same contract. Hard to get cheaper than “free”. (But: see point 6 below.)

4) So perhaps this has to do more with perception. The current cheaper iPhones must lose some luster as they’re simply older devices at a discounted price. Maybe this new “cheap iPhone” would be a complete makeover with the same internals as the older models but with a new build to entice buyers.

5) Along those lines, I find it hard to believe Apple would simply do a “cheap iPhone” — it would have to be a different product from the flagship version in some other way. Offering various colors is an obvious approach, but I think there would have to be something else as well. There are no “cheap iPads” or “cheap iPods”, there are significantly different versions (iPad mini, iPod nano, etc) at different price points.

6) Or perhaps this is all simply meant for other markets where the iPhone does not sell as well (and subsidies matter far less, or don’t exist at all). As WSJ notes, the iPhone is still the top selling smartphone in the U.S. But that’s not the case in other markets, and China has been particularly troublesome. Apple probably doesn’t want to just cede a billion potential users to cheap Android devices.

7) But I don’t think Apple would do a device just focused on particular foreign markets. Their product lines are very simple and for the most part worldwide. I imagine that any “cheap iPhone” would be on sale in the U.S. as well. So… pre-paid?

8) I do think Apple has to be careful here. While Gene Munster doesn’t seem too worried about the margins (thinking this phone would attract users that wouldn’t normally buy an iPhone), if such a device was popular enough, it would definitely drive down Apple’s famous margins. Users, of course, won’t and shouldn’t give a shit about that, but investors will (and Apple should — the iPhone dominates their bottom line). Just wait until we see what the iPad mini does to the margin this quarter.

Apple ain’t gonna do a “cheap” version of anything. Like you said, they already have a $99 iPhone, a free iPhone. Apple’s products aren’t cheap because they aren’t cheaply made.

Yeah, lord knows those sweatshop kids making their products aren’t cheap labor… Wait…

Posted 1 year ago
Posted 1 year ago


one of the many girls who re-blogged this is going to be my future wife 

to the amazingly beautiful girl I’m gonna marry. If you do this. I’m gonna love you forever.

Nope.  Future wife must know that “You’re” is the proper version for this note.  If she gets that right, then we can marry.



one of the many girls who re-blogged this is going to be my future wife 

to the amazingly beautiful girl I’m gonna marry. If you do this. I’m gonna love you forever.

Nope.  Future wife must know that “You’re” is the proper version for this note.  If she gets that right, then we can marry.

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