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SAW SOMEBODY SAY

"I love Scooby Doo but they could honestly start making spin offs of it where the gang has their own kids and those kids take after their parents or something instead of just remaking and trying to ruin the original show"

AND WHY DON'T WE DO THAT

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two types of people after dealing with hardships:

"i never want anyone to go through what i've gone through"

"i went through it, why shouldn't they?"

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nah but i don't get folks who get with somebody when they're not feeling the same energy

idk why folks go in things knowing they don't feel at least around the same level as said person they're getting with. y'all end up invalidating/hurting people KNOWING y'all aren't giving the same energy they're giving you and literally drain the fuck out of them, wasting their time when they could be with someone who ACTUALLY puts forth the same effort they do

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hey i think y'all would like this song/album/artist. this song is about being manic and ryan caraveo's voice is really nice

i really enjoy the whole album honestly it's called butterfly boy and just came out this year

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"bass drum hit* *smooth crash of crash symbols*

guitar: DUN DUN
DUN DUN
DUN DUN

CWIMSON AND CWOVERRR

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cuteposting on main, with ec 

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did u guys know that theres a cult where they are just mad horny for jesus all the damn time

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honestly there's some uhhhhh religious....... kink in here 

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y'all.

there’s a youtuber named Camelot331 and he’s exposing the fuck out of gamestop with actual evidence and previous/current employees dming him on twitter telling all about the shady shit they’re being forced to do or they’re fired

there's like 5+ hours of stuff he has on everything. video i just finished explaining this: youtu.be/hgJRsu61TZY

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Mastodon'a neat because all of the people you think of as cool & hilarious can actually be really vulnerable. Realizing that all your favorite people are actually people means that you, too, can be the kind of person you would find neat and cool.

I've met some of my favorite artists before and talked to them, even become friends, and in each and every case, my thoughts about them go from "perfect ascended master" to "oh wow this person's just a person" to "I could do this cool stuff, too!"

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I befriended a furry artist who did some material that was very psychonautics-focused, occult and psychopharmacological, etc, and I thought, oh, that's entirely my jam! So I got to talking to them and I realized after a little bit, some of the stuff they were into was *just* the art, that they weren't who I thought they were, but I still really enjoyed them. They acted like... a person! I had held their art up as perfect, and them as "someone who gets it," but I was the one who was "getting it."

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This doesn't mean that you should destroy your heroes. Instead, I really wish people could meet their heroes more often. The biggest self-esteem boost is to meet your heroes, get to know them, then to slowly realize they aren't the idols you thought they were, and then, from that state of disillusion, *keep them as your heroes!* If they can do something that so deeply moved you and impacted your life, but are people, that means you can do the same, your work can be that "perfect" work.

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AU where the internal combustion engine was never invented and personal automobiles more-or-less didn’t exist, and so research into high-capacity and lightweight batteries happened much faster.

In the 1940s electric wheelchairs are invented, and quickly thereafter the standing-brace scooter, a cone-shaped, three-wheeled contraption that closes over and braces the rider’s legs up to their hips, steering and guiding based on the rider’s tilt much like our own universe’s segway scooters. These are soon adapted for and embraced by the broader public and in the 1950s, the vast majority of city dwellers own one. Trolleys get street-level floors by popular demand so people can ride their standing scooters on. By the 1970s it’s rare to find a building or home that hasn’t been retrofitted to be wheel-accessible.

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Anyway sometime in the 1960s people just straight-up start replacing their legs with motorized wheel cones. You see a massive plummet in pants production as the government introduces a “wheels for every man, woman and child” initiative, spinning it as a basic human right to literally become your own self-contained vehicle.

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cis people stop appropriating The Middle, the 2001 breakout single by Jimmy Eat World

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@amsomniac @SeanAloysiusOBrien

these things can't all be true:

1. people all agree that imperialism should not be a thing the US does.
2. the system works and implements the will of the people as intended.
3. the inputs to 2 are bad and result in imperialism. lettings the people who are subject to the US vote will result in less imperialistic policies.

so either

1. we are all complicit in supporting imperialism
2. the US government ignores the will of the people anyway so expanding suffrage will have no effect.
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A friend once described me as

“the kind of person who has opinions about axes”

I almost wept

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Kamala May be gone, but her signature plan (free college for basically no one) lives on in Mayor Pete’s platform

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The things that are the thing, aren’t always The Thing, you know?

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#BREAKING:

Kamala Harris drops out of 2020 Presidential race

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