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blueandbluer:

OH MY GOD the 90s did it to all of us, even Dwayne.


Wrestlers are well-known for wearing fanny packs because they tend to change clothes a bunch of times per day while travelling/working, so keeping keys/ID/money/”legally prescribed” drugs all in one place was extra handy for them.

blueandbluer:

OH MY GOD the 90s did it to all of us, even Dwayne.

Wrestlers are well-known for wearing fanny packs because they tend to change clothes a bunch of times per day while travelling/working, so keeping keys/ID/money/”legally prescribed” drugs all in one place was extra handy for them.

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Today, I tried to catch up on email and other “five minute tasks.”

The problem with email is that it multiplies. Reply to one, get an answer, have to email others to discuss that answer, get three replies …

"And not one second of your life do you get back. ‘I’m going to catch up on some sleep.’ You don’t catch up on sleep! ‘I’m gonna catch up on some reading.’ Either read or don’t. But you can’t catch up! You do what you fucking do and that’s what you get, OK?" — Henry Rollins, Airport Hell.

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Trigger Warning: Breakfast

jessicalprice:

gypsy-bombadil:

jessicalprice:

gypsy-bombadil:

jessicalprice:

This is brutal and unflinching and you should read it. You should especially read it if you are a man, or if you have never been sexually assaulted.

Men are sexually assaulted too. I’m part of the large amount of evidence for it. Implying that it only happens to women, or that it only matters if it happens to women, is disgusting and immoral.

If you say or imply that when a man is raped that it isn’t a big deal or that it doesn’t even happen, then you’re called a “Social Justicar.”

If you say that to a woman, you’re a bigot, an idiot, and an asshole.

People who say that rape doesn’t matter - no matter the context - are bigots, idiots, and assholes.

You kind of missed the point of the article.

Please post more Pathfinder related things if you can. I come to tumblr for rpg news - not to be insulted because of my gender and because of my previous traumas.

Thank you, and I hope you understand the implications of saying that men aren’t raped, or that saying that it doesn’t matter when a man is raped. It’s abhorrent and malicious, and I don’t want to have to put up with it. This is why we need 2nd Wave feminism back - not this crooked 4th wave that’s slowly crawling it’s way out of the internet.

I’m not going to unfollow you - just please be careful in how you phrase some things.

I’m sorry — you have a very good point about men being victims too, and it’s something that gets ignored and covered up, and given that I’m a woman and spend a lot of time trying to explain things to men that don’t share my experiences, it’s a big blind spot for me. It was a reflexive oversight, not an intentional implication, but it does contribute to the narrative that men don’t get sexually assaulted, and I don’t want to be doing that.

However.

Dude, this is my personal tumblr. Do not presume to tell me in what proportion I should be posting Pathfinder stuff versus any other topic that catches my interest. If all you want is Pathfinder stuff, I suggest you follow the blogs that are solely devoted to that. I am not on the clock, and I’ll post about whatever subjects interest me. When you’re paying me for content, you have some say in what I write about. When you’re not, you can read or not, you can engage with me or not, but you do not get to tell me about what I’m supposed to be writing.

Sorry I thought someone who worked with the inner development stages of Paizo would be talking about the inner workings of Paizo.  Which is what got me to follow you in the first place. I’ll leave if I’m not needed.

Leave or don’t, as you see fit. Working at Paizo is my job. It’s also a passion, and something I enjoy talking about, but it is in no way the sum total of who I am. I’m also a foodie. I am also a tech industry escapee. I’m also an avid reader. I’m also a fan of well-written TV shows. I’m not interested in being told that all I’m allowed to write or talk about is my job. My blog, my choice of subject matter.

Wait, you don’t want to talk about your job all day? Gobsmacked!

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blueandbluer:

adamjury:

blueandbluer:

foulmouthedliberty:

-hatethatiloveyou-:

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I feel like I’ve been waiting my whole life for this.


Anybody else read that one as “dropped fuck?”


There is a BattleTech ‘mech named the CLINT. I lived in fear of it being badly-kerned in one of those 80s-style sci-fi fonts.

 Whereas I now live in hopeful anticipation of the same…



Now that I don’t work on the game anymore, so do I.

blueandbluer:

adamjury:

blueandbluer:

foulmouthedliberty:

-hatethatiloveyou-:

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I feel like I’ve been waiting my whole life for this.

Anybody else read that one as “dropped fuck?”

There is a BattleTech ‘mech named the CLINT. I lived in fear of it being badly-kerned in one of those 80s-style sci-fi fonts.

Whereas I now live in hopeful anticipation of the same…

Now that I don’t work on the game anymore, so do I.

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blueandbluer:

foulmouthedliberty:

-hatethatiloveyou-:

Eyeliner chart | Makeup, Tutorial |

I feel like I’ve been waiting my whole life for this.


Anybody else read that one as “dropped fuck?”


There is a BattleTech ‘mech named the CLINT. I lived in fear of it being badly-kerned in one of those 80s-style sci-fi fonts.

blueandbluer:

foulmouthedliberty:

-hatethatiloveyou-:

Eyeliner chart | Makeup, Tutorial |

I feel like I’ve been waiting my whole life for this.

Anybody else read that one as “dropped fuck?”

There is a BattleTech ‘mech named the CLINT. I lived in fear of it being badly-kerned in one of those 80s-style sci-fi fonts.

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beingruth:

pluckyyoungdonna:

georgecuntstanza:

extracapsulargundam:

exceptdissent:

perf.

then what do you want us to say

nothing tbh

If you must absolutely speak then say “all bodies are good bodies.”

I dunno, extracapsulargundam, but maybe something that’s a compliment without putting down other women? Something that has to do with her specifically and not just throwing a generalization out there? It’s hard, so here are some ideas:

"You look awesome in that sweater!"

"That’s a great color on you."

"Your smile lights up your face."

"Your eyes are beautiful in this light." (or just beautiful)

"I love that [insert some skill or interest she has because she actually put a little work into it]" e.g. "I love that you’re as into video games as I am." "I love that you went back to grad school, tell me more about what you’re doing"

Only, y’know, specific to the person and situation and appropriate to how close you two are. “Your boobs look great in that sweater” and “dat ass” are great compliments from the right person (but probably not until you’re dating or sleeping together or…well, I can’t hold your hand on this, tbh, but I love that from my husband and I’d probably cut off a guy who tried using it before he’d gotten far enough to experience them).

FFS. If you can’t figure this out, then maybe go with the whole silence thing.

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'My name is Robert but I would prefer that you call me Bob.' It's just like that. You know what I mean? And if you were to insist upon calling that person Robert, you would be a colossal dick.
Paul F. Tompkins, succinctly explaining why you call people what they want to be called, whether it’s “little people” or “transgender” or “chairperson” or “Bob”. It’s not about being politically correct and it’s not about you. It’s about basic decency and respect. (via ericmortensen)

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dragondicks:

promoting body positivity for larger girls:

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doing so by throwing skinny girls under the bus, calling thinner girls “fake”, or insisting that being bigger is “what men really want” (implying that any female body type is only good if it has male approval):

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(via geardrops)

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I spoke in front of about 600 people at PePcon in Chicago earlier this week; about data merge in InDesign. It was terrifying and exhilarating and I hope I get to do it again!

I spoke in front of about 600 people at PePcon in Chicago earlier this week; about data merge in InDesign. It was terrifying and exhilarating and I hope I get to do it again!