Or why the author of "A Really Bad Joke" and "The World that Never Was" is no more and no less crazy than he is.
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agent-texas-motherfucker:

killitwithzombies:

that-offends-me:

workersunited101:

invertedgender:

[snip]

This is why we need feminism, when men can get away with shit like this and still be walking. Fucking scum bag deserves life in jail. 

Y’know, this article sounds kinda familiar

Y’ALL ARE STILL IDIOTS, HE HAD SEX WITH AN EIGHT YEAR OLD GIRL

IT’S RAPE, BECAUSE AT THAT AGE CHILDREN ARE EASILY COERCED AND SHOULDN’T BE HAVING SEX

THE CHARGES WERE FOR BEING A PEDOPHILE, WHICH HE CLEARLY WAS

AND YOU ALL ARE TURNING THIS INTO SOME SORT OF SEXIST THING WHAT THE HELL

SAY IT WITH ME NOW. HE IS A PEDOPHILE. HE DESERVES MORE JAIL TIME. HE FUCKED A TEN YEAR OLD GIRL, AND THIS ISN’T HIS FIRST OFFENSE

That’s the point. It was a SHE not a HE. The article here just changed the genders around to express how it’s not so bad when a woman commits a crime. The male version was created to make people think about the difference between males and females when it comes to sentencing.

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robintheshrew:

yarrahs-life:

olisaurusrex:

Terry Crews ain’t here for Hollywood bullshit

OMG I’m so glad a celebrity caught it! Bc they can influence more ppl. They can cast a bigger net. In face of scientific proof that the first family was found in Africa, they had Russell Crowe playing Noah. A bad ass, mission impossible, video game, 300 Noah. It’s just so disrespectful. It makes no sense how accepted white washing is. None!!

Seriously tho between this movie, Exodus and that Egyptian gods movie, Hollywood is running out of excuses for their white-washing

They’re also apparently saying that the earth was full of magic, monsters and such before a great flood came and washed it all away, and that flaming swords are legit.
Like
This is the one movie where “historical credibility” isn’t much of an argument for diversity. (I mean, it sucks that other ethnicities than caucasians have little to no representation in mainstream american cinema, especially since the US is such a diverse nation.
But no, the Noah crew wasn’t saying all the people on earth came from one white family.
They did, however, say that flaming swords are awesome.

robintheshrew:

yarrahs-life:

olisaurusrex:

Terry Crews ain’t here for Hollywood bullshit

OMG I’m so glad a celebrity caught it! Bc they can influence more ppl. They can cast a bigger net. In face of scientific proof that the first family was found in Africa, they had Russell Crowe playing Noah. A bad ass, mission impossible, video game, 300 Noah. It’s just so disrespectful. It makes no sense how accepted white washing is. None!!

Seriously tho between this movie, Exodus and that Egyptian gods movie, Hollywood is running out of excuses for their white-washing

They’re also apparently saying that the earth was full of magic, monsters and such before a great flood came and washed it all away, and that flaming swords are legit.

Like

This is the one movie where “historical credibility” isn’t much of an argument for diversity. (I mean, it sucks that other ethnicities than caucasians have little to no representation in mainstream american cinema, especially since the US is such a diverse nation.

But no, the Noah crew wasn’t saying all the people on earth came from one white family.

They did, however, say that flaming swords are awesome.

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timelordofrassilon:

elsajeni:

megadelicious:

dragonlordoferebor:

xyriath:

cumber-cookie-batch:

[When Sir Patrick Stewart was asked to describe Sir Ian McKellen’s early days on the british stage]

Look at that smug face. And he’s doing a little dance!! You can see he’s victory dancing in his head xD [x]

Okay but

really though.

…oh

ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

I mean:

(Ian McKellen as Hamlet, 1971. I mean, honestly.)

He looks like Andrew Garfield and Paul McGann had a time-traveling baby