callmeoutis:

algopop:

NetFlix Summary Bug

A user of a netflix app has been documenting a bug that seems to fail to refresh the top half of the screen, accidentally mashing up film descriptions. The glitches have been widely covered by the press already but I’ve included them here as they remind me of some of the tactics employed by bot makers such as twoHeadlines by Darius Kazemi, or AndNowImagine by Ivy Baumgarten.

i don’t see anything wrong with the star trek one

fishingboatproceeds:

thelandofmaps:

What Mercator projection does to Africa when it is moved to the north [1398x711]CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!thelandofmaps.tumblr.com

The Mercator projection is so bananas.
The world shapes the map, sure. But the map also shapes the world. Here’s to better maps.

fishingboatproceeds:

thelandofmaps:

What Mercator projection does to Africa when it is moved to the north [1398x711]
CLICK HERE FOR MORE MAPS!
thelandofmaps.tumblr.com

The Mercator projection is so bananas.

The world shapes the map, sure. But the map also shapes the world. Here’s to better maps.

cesaray:

cersei lannister: a summary

cesaray:

cersei lannister: a summary

cornflakepizza:

theangryravenclaw:

prokopetz:

agnol:

ilikecomicstoo:

mcfuzzy20:

ilikecomicstoo:

Proof. Twitter.

Just because it sells doesn’t necessarily mean it’s good. Let’s not get ahead of ourselves.

I didn’t mention anything about quality, only sales figures.
But since you brought it up, I’ll note that the first issue has received the highest marks across the board. ;)

This is fantastic. I love it. There are guys out there who are so threatened by the prospect of a female-led title doing well that when it does do well their response is “well it’s probably not any good.”

Fun fact: throughout the bulk of Western history, commercial success was considered a mark of quality for a piece of art. Disdain for commercial success curiously came into vogue in Western critical circles at about the same time that female creators started making major inroads in producing commercially successful art and literature - and many historians believe that this is no coincidence.
In other words, dismissing commercially successful works on the grounds that commercial success is no measure of quality is not merely a typical response to works by female creators: it has been argued that the very notion of holding commercially successful works in disdain simply for the fact of that success was, itself, invented in order to shift the goalposts and keep women out of the “real artists” club.

I still need to read this series so bad

I love how as soon as someone mentions that, in contrast to what comic bros claim, a WoC-centric title that doesn’t cater to straight white cis men is selling incredibly well, all of a sudden they’re concerned with whether or not the comic is “good” or “quality”. LMFAO ok.

cornflakepizza:

theangryravenclaw:

prokopetz:

agnol:

ilikecomicstoo:

mcfuzzy20:

ilikecomicstoo:

Proof. Twitter.

Just because it sells doesn’t necessarily mean it’s good. Let’s not get ahead of ourselves.

I didn’t mention anything about quality, only sales figures.

But since you brought it up, I’ll note that the first issue has received the highest marks across the board. ;)

This is fantastic. I love it. There are guys out there who are so threatened by the prospect of a female-led title doing well that when it does do well their response is “well it’s probably not any good.”

Fun fact: throughout the bulk of Western history, commercial success was considered a mark of quality for a piece of art. Disdain for commercial success curiously came into vogue in Western critical circles at about the same time that female creators started making major inroads in producing commercially successful art and literature - and many historians believe that this is no coincidence.

In other words, dismissing commercially successful works on the grounds that commercial success is no measure of quality is not merely a typical response to works by female creators: it has been argued that the very notion of holding commercially successful works in disdain simply for the fact of that success was, itself, invented in order to shift the goalposts and keep women out of the “real artists” club.

I still need to read this series so bad

I love how as soon as someone mentions that, in contrast to what comic bros claim, a WoC-centric title that doesn’t cater to straight white cis men is selling incredibly well, all of a sudden they’re concerned with whether or not the comic is “good” or “quality”. LMFAO ok.

shesfiction:

twoshotsofhappyoneshotofsad:

discoveringfeminism:

deforest:

Joan Crawford in Possessed (1931)

82 years later and it’s still relevant

This will never not be relevant.

82 years and we still have to giggling tell men this shabadoo

commandertabbycat:

Reblog if you would watch a show with an openly aromantic protagonist who stays aromantic and doesn’t eventually meet the ‘one’ and fall in love because figilydiddle that.

otherwindow:

otherwindow:

Ex-renaissance painter vampire in the 21st century embarrlumpused at people looking at their work from 600 years ago shown in a museum.

"I used the wrong brush"
“It’s just a doodle”
“I’m going to burn it”
“The anatomy isn’t even that great”
“Leonardo made me do it”

#'WHY R U LOOKING AT THIS I WAS YOUNG THEN I DONT EVEN’ 

#'WHY DO THEY CONSIDER THIS AS A MASTER PAINTING HALP' 

#*BURNS THE WHOLE MUSEUM* (x)

crystalmethalicious:

I don’t think people realise how hard it is to re-discover the person you were before depression or even try to remember your own personality

shugarskull:

nsfwjynx:

enochiansoul:

Today I was waiting in line for lunch at the cafeteria when a group of boys started pointing a laser at my breasts. For a moment, I tried to ignore them. I was wearing a short dress and my breasts are a bit larger than most peoples, so in a low cut shirt, they are more noticeable (but they were not so noticeable as to pop out of my dress). I played it off cool and ignored them. Then they started making comments about me, saying very inappropriate things about what they wanted to do to me and continued to point the laser at me.
I dropped everything and snapped. Putting my backpack down, I walked directly over to them, FUMING with a red face and immediately went off on them. I started out calm and polite, saying “How dare you treat me like I’m some walking, talking sex that is simply standing there for the pleasure of you to look at.” “Shame on you for degrading me and acting like I’m just a walking pair of tits.” “This is the epitome of a misogyny.”
They stared at me for a long moment, some of them trying to hold back a laugh as one then got up, holding up his hands as he proceeded to nod, apologizing for his actions and extending his arms. He seemed as though he was actually, genuinely sorry, so I nodded, thanking him as he then asked if he could hug me for standing up for myself. When I went in for a hug, he proceeded to grab my ass, going INTO my dress.
I pushed him away, and FREAKED OUT. I couldn’t hold back my foul language anymore—I was absolutely livid. I was swearing up a storm, screaming at the top of my lungs, making a scene (which I know is immature, but I was so angry I couldn’t help it) as people turned heads and teachers and security began to approach us. I went on, and on, pulling out every what reason as to why rape culture continues to exist because of their actions, to which I believe the one who hugged me got offended as he then called me a “motherfucking dumb cunt, stupid whore, fucking bitch,” etc.
Of course, I kept going. I can’t stand when people insult me in such a degrading manner. I got in his face, pushing his boundaries, saying that the way I’m pushing on his personal space is nowhere near compared to that of how men treat women as walking, talking sexual organs.
Then he tried to hit me. He grabbed my arm with one hand, raising the other to what I assume was to smack me in the face, so I immediately raised my arm and punched him in the nose.
At that point, security and teachers pulled us apart and I was still screaming at him, and he was screaming at me, too.
When teachers finally pulled me out of the cafeteria, they immediately started blaming ME. “You should have ignored him.”
Yes, maybe I could have, but when I first initially walked up to them, I was playing nice. Then he sexually harassed me.
They continued to dismiss the entire situation as “boys will be boys”, so I immediately retorted with “Well then girls will be girls.” To which they immediately shook their heads and laughed at me. Then one of the security guards had the audacity to turn and say to me, “Maybe you shouldn’t have worn such a suggestive attire.”
I lost it. I started to scream at this man, yelling at him for once again objectifying my body as if it’s some piece of ass that must be covered up at all times because males are not responsible for controlling themselves.
Finally, when they realized how upset that I was, they immediately reeled back, apologized, but they are still not going to punish those men for sexually harassing me, as they still believe I asked for it. They did, however, decide not to suspend me for hitting him because they knew that I was not going to let this go.
I have never been so fed up before. This is ridiculous. Once again, these fucking idiots are getting away with mistreating women and the victim gets blamed furthermore, and to shut them up they just decide not to take any further action.
They didn’t even ask me to write a statement.
UPDATE: When I went to my next class after, I talked to my teacher about it and she escorted me to the security office and defended me until police were brought in. I then made a statement to the police and now they are going to take care of the situation.
Please share to show that misogyny and victim blaming still exists. This is why I need feminism.

You go girl.

Slay them girl. You’re amazing! How dare they do this to you. They deserve to be punished by the authorities. Sexual harassment is a serious crime.

shugarskull:

nsfwjynx:

enochiansoul:

Today I was waiting in line for lunch at the cafeteria when a group of boys started pointing a laser at my breasts. For a moment, I tried to ignore them. I was wearing a short dress and my breasts are a bit larger than most peoples, so in a low cut shirt, they are more noticeable (but they were not so noticeable as to pop out of my dress). I played it off cool and ignored them. Then they started making comments about me, saying very inappropriate things about what they wanted to do to me and continued to point the laser at me.

I dropped everything and snapped. Putting my backpack down, I walked directly over to them, FUMING with a red face and immediately went off on them. I started out calm and polite, saying “How dare you treat me like I’m some walking, talking sex that is simply standing there for the pleasure of you to look at.” “Shame on you for degrading me and acting like I’m just a walking pair of tits.” “This is the epitome of a misogyny.”

They stared at me for a long moment, some of them trying to hold back a laugh as one then got up, holding up his hands as he proceeded to nod, apologizing for his actions and extending his arms. He seemed as though he was actually, genuinely sorry, so I nodded, thanking him as he then asked if he could hug me for standing up for myself. When I went in for a hug, he proceeded to grab my ass, going INTO my dress.

I pushed him away, and FREAKED OUT. I couldn’t hold back my foul language anymore—I was absolutely livid. I was swearing up a storm, screaming at the top of my lungs, making a scene (which I know is immature, but I was so angry I couldn’t help it) as people turned heads and teachers and security began to approach us. I went on, and on, pulling out every what reason as to why rape culture continues to exist because of their actions, to which I believe the one who hugged me got offended as he then called me a “motherfucking dumb cunt, stupid whore, fucking bitch,” etc.

Of course, I kept going. I can’t stand when people insult me in such a degrading manner. I got in his face, pushing his boundaries, saying that the way I’m pushing on his personal space is nowhere near compared to that of how men treat women as walking, talking sexual organs.

Then he tried to hit me. He grabbed my arm with one hand, raising the other to what I assume was to smack me in the face, so I immediately raised my arm and punched him in the nose.

At that point, security and teachers pulled us apart and I was still screaming at him, and he was screaming at me, too.

When teachers finally pulled me out of the cafeteria, they immediately started blaming ME. “You should have ignored him.”

Yes, maybe I could have, but when I first initially walked up to them, I was playing nice. Then he sexually harassed me.

They continued to dismiss the entire situation as “boys will be boys”, so I immediately retorted with “Well then girls will be girls.” To which they immediately shook their heads and laughed at me. Then one of the security guards had the audacity to turn and say to me, “Maybe you shouldn’t have worn such a suggestive attire.”

I lost it. I started to scream at this man, yelling at him for once again objectifying my body as if it’s some piece of ass that must be covered up at all times because males are not responsible for controlling themselves.

Finally, when they realized how upset that I was, they immediately reeled back, apologized, but they are still not going to punish those men for sexually harassing me, as they still believe I asked for it. They did, however, decide not to suspend me for hitting him because they knew that I was not going to let this go.

I have never been so fed up before. This is ridiculous. Once again, these fucking idiots are getting away with mistreating women and the victim gets blamed furthermore, and to shut them up they just decide not to take any further action.

They didn’t even ask me to write a statement.

UPDATE: When I went to my next class after, I talked to my teacher about it and she escorted me to the security office and defended me until police were brought in. I then made a statement to the police and now they are going to take care of the situation.

Please share to show that misogyny and victim blaming still exists. This is why I need feminism.

You go girl.

Slay them girl. You’re amazing! How dare they do this to you. They deserve to be punished by the authorities. Sexual harassment is a serious crime.

kateoplis:

““This was a terrible tragedy, but sometimes these things just happen and there’s nothing anyone can do to stop them,” said North Carolina resident Samuel Wipper, echoing sentiments expressed by tens of millions of individuals who reside in a nation where over half of the world’s deadliest mass shootings have occurred in the past 50 years and whose citizens are 20 times more likely to die of gun violence than those of other developed nations.
“It’s a shame, but what can we do? There really wasn’t anything that was going to keep this guy from snapping and killing a lot of people if that’s what he really wanted.” At press time, residents of the only economically advanced nation in the world where roughly two mass shootings have occurred every month for the past five years were referring to themselves and their situation as “helpless.””
'No Way To Prevent This,’ Says Only Nation Where This Regularly Happens

kateoplis:

“This was a terrible tragedy, but sometimes these things just happen and there’s nothing anyone can do to stop them,” said North Carolina resident Samuel Wipper, echoing sentiments expressed by tens of millions of individuals who reside in a nation where over half of the world’s deadliest mass shootings have occurred in the past 50 years and whose citizens are 20 times more likely to die of gun violence than those of other developed nations.

“It’s a shame, but what can we do? There really wasn’t anything that was going to keep this guy from snapping and killing a lot of people if that’s what he really wanted.” At press time, residents of the only economically advanced nation in the world where roughly two mass shootings have occurred every month for the past five years were referring to themselves and their situation as “helpless.””

'No Way To Prevent This,’ Says Only Nation Where This Regularly Happens

apothecary-initiate:

santorumsoakedpikachu:

madvocate:

The New York Times is officially reporting that mass shootings could be prevented if the mentally ill just had less privacy and were easier to forcibly hospitalize, proving once again that the non-mentally ill are the most dangerous people of all.

This is disgusting.

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