Most of the people in my life are white so most of the people asking me about my African American history class are white people and like, I really wish they’d stop. There’s just something about the way they respond to things and their tone that skeeves me out.
Anyone else really pissed off that in the Broken Circle when you talk to that blood mage who you have the option of either killing or letting go, all of the dialogue options force you to be contemptuous of her and completely not support what the blood mages are doing? There’s not even an option to be neutral about them, much less support them. They give you the option to make your character so evil they’d kill Leliana to desecrate Andraste’s ashes or slaughter an entire Dalish clan, but somehow a character who would do that still won’t even be neutral about the blood mages? I’m so fucking sick of this game being all like “This game is all about grey morality, but the blood mages are all 100% evil and wrong no matter how good their reasons for blood magic are or how many cruel and horrific things the templars do to them”. And of course it’s a female blood mage you have no choice but to be a dick too. You can be nice to Jowan and at least listen to what Uldric has to say, but a random female mage who was just trying to gain her freedom and makes an extremely good argument for it doesn’t gets called pathetic and before she’s allowed to be spared.
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> asks someone to bring me a coke
> they bring me a pepsi
What state is this? Georgia, right? Okay… in this, the state of Georgia, in the United States of America, you bring me a Pepsi when I asked for a Coke. Atlanta, Georgia: home of Coca-Cola… and you bring me a Pepsi. Know what? I don’t think you really care about the integrity of the soda market. All soft drinks are now and forever cursed because you couldn’t be assed to get me a Coke. A frickin’ Pepsi… what a disgrace.
||AnonymousI've never seen terminator for context but I hate when people say "that person should have gone to prison, not a mental hospital!" because usually that implies that the person was just faking their illness in order to get an "easier" sentence. Again, I've never seen it, so I'm not saying you're doing that, but just keep it in mind. I'm always seeing people say "don't let him get off with an insanity plea! make him go to prison for real!" about people w/ legitimate mental health issues. :(
That’s not what I was saying at all though. I don’t want to be rude or tell you you shouldn’t tell people about this stuff but I think you should have asked for context first if you haven’t seen the movie.
I don’t like her being in a psych ward instead of a prison because it feels like the director did it just because of some weird fasination(spelled wrong) that neurotypicals have with “crazy people”. Like, they seem to like writing stories that take place in a psych ward and I just feel really uncomfortable with their interest in it. Especially since ableism is one of the least acknowledged forms of bigotry out there.
Basically I think neurotypical people are gross and I don’t like them and I don’t trust them at all with anything and they’re gross and I already said that. That’s best way that I can explain my problem with those ward scenes is that neurotypical people are gross and I don’t trust them. I’m sorry i’m not more eloquent but I’m not always good at putting my feelings to words.
And like, you’re 100% right that people say shit like an insanity plea is getting off easy or shit like that, but maybe ask for context.
(for the record I do not have a psychosis which is what Sarah was falsely diagnosed with, nor do I have PTSD which is what she probably actually had.)
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Here is an article explaining it as well.
Please amplify their voices, please pay attention.
Was it really necessary for Sarah to be in a mental ward and not a prison? The answer is no.
Now you know the truth of what’s going through my mind at parties.
oh my gosh the last panel actually made me tear up
I can’t tell you how accurate this is
This is a really good depiction of social anxiety because it focuses on inner states rather then outward actions. As someone very good at concealing his anxiety, I appreciate it.
I went to a Wendy’s that was really out of the way on my way home only to drive past a much more accessible one on my route home >_<#
I made a blog that’s just for me talking about and posting screenshots of my Grey Wardens. Boop.