I have zero problem with how any YouTube creators make their money or what sort of programs by which they gain money aside from their videos.
I don’t think anyone’s a “sellout” and I don’t think it’s anyone’s business the specifics of it.
You don’t have other famous people or politicians or…
It annoys me so much when people are like “wow, they’re NOTHING like their character!!!”
IT’S CALLED ACTING.
THEY ACT. DIFFERENTLY TO THEIR USUAL SELF.
IF THEY DIDN’T IT WOULD BE
[ Gestures to people calling Michael Mando, “Vaas” on everything and anything he posts. ]
And I am completely ambivalent about the movie’s release. Among the people I know, I feel like I’m the only one who didn’t actually like the book. I read it, as all kids do, and didn’t like it at all. Between the bland writing style and the cop-out “ending”, I just couldn’t get into it.
I agree. That book sucked ass, most people I know agree, and the movie is going to be just slightly more interesting than the book, which is barely.
I’ve never seen Sharknado before today, and it is definitely a SyFy movie. What I mean by that is it sucks. It isn’t even bad I a good way. It’s just… Stupid. Looks at the special effects, and the plot is dumb. The script, holy hell…
That app, Whisper? It’s the exact opposite of Tumblr. Sexism, slut-shaming, ignorance all abound. I tried to combat it, but what particularly pissed me off today had me remove it altogether.
People were commenting on somebody’s whisper with ignorance that had my edges getting singed.
This person was asexual and didn’t know how to tell their parents. Instead of fucking googling what asexuality is, people thought they were being so fucking clever in saying, “Uhh… Humans can’t reproduce with themselves. So you’re not asexual.”
Ahh yes, and the other popular comment, “You mean bisexual, right?”
These are actual people who exist in this world. And although there are some who understand and are excepting, these condescending shits pissed me right the fuck off.
I’ve been arguing with people on there about gender equality, acceptance, and the like, but there is only so much I can put up with.
what she says: no
what she really means: no
Shout out to all the religious kids who keep their beliefs to themselves in the middle of science class.
shout out also to the atheists who don’t shit on everyone else’s beliefs “because science”
shout out to everyone who can accept science and religion coexisting
shout out to everyone who can treat people with respect despite their differences