So my roommate texted me a picture of something he saw on his way to work today

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birdsite Show more

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Pic of me Show more

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stop crying and debate me, you coward! for what reason is it "a horrible thing to do" for me to snort your mother's ashes?

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The Disney character I identify with most is Donald Duck, because like him, I am also a duck who has grotesquely contorted the muscles of my wings, limbs, beak, and throat, so that I can unnaturally immitate human movement and speech

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it's interesting how TERFs think Trans people aren't real people when TERFS were literally bred from mud and shadow in the pits of Isengard at the behest of the corrupted Saruman.

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"Satire is meant to ridicule power. If your are laughing at people who are hurting, it's not satire, it's bullying."

Terry Pratchett

"La satire a pour but de ridiculiser le pouvoir. Si vous vous moquez des gens qui sont déjà blessés, ce n'est pas de la satire, c'est du harcèlement."

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boost if you’re

-gay
-a homosexual
-really gay
-attracted to the same sex
-a little gay
-not straight

no one will ever know which one

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Do I binge s2 of Into the Badlands or binge The Watchmen motion comics?

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@StarStuffSister it's on YouTube!! There's also batman black and white motion comics too

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Also the girl and I got drunk and turned on all the arcade machines again

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hahahaha if you like what an artist is doing online here's a reminder to maybe tell a friend about it because the avenues for smaller folks to advertise are rapidly disappearing wheee

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@hhardy01 it is a well known historical fact that in the early days of electronic computing, men would build the machines, and women would develop the programs that ran on them, because the actual programming was viewed as an intellectually less-demanding task. the women were referred to as "operators" and their contributions to the art were minimized.

Kay McNulty, Betty Jennings, Betty Snyder, Marlyn Meltzer, Fran Bilas, and Ruth Lichterman, were among the first programmers in history.

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