First time I’ve been able to listen to the tune all the way through, given how the rape-positive the original lyrics are. It’s actually a good tune!
What has poor Hermione done to be saddled with a jealous, shiftless, not-very-intelligent boy with zero work ethic, a major inferiority complex, and a highly unreliable nature?
#1 should have been Lavender. At least she was at Won-Won’s intellectual level.
Response to 13 Ways You Know You’re A Techie:
Not a single item about anything to do with actual code, development, heck, even scripting/theming or support. (Fair disclosure, I’m a DBA and consider what I do ‘tech lite’.) This is written for end users, not techies.
No, just no. Where are the muscles? Where is the steely-eyed stare? Where is the warrior who spent her entire childhood learning to fight, for pete’s sake? I can’t see this girl swinging a lasso, let alone a sword.
Sorry, Miss Gadot, but you need to seriously bulk up before you can even think about filling Wonder Woman’s Hephaestus-made bracelets.
Response to Diesel Hired Plus-Size, Androgynous Models They Found On Tumblr For Their New Ad Campaign:
Ok, Michelle Calderon has got to be among the top 10 hottest women I’ve ever seen on a screen.
When I was about 4, I had heard of the ‘water cycle’ - you know, water on the ground evaporates and becomes clouds, then rain, then it’s water on the ground again. I also knew about ice (I lived in Tucson, AZ).
I figured that when the water got really tired, it turned into ice, and then into clear rocks, and then gradually got dirtier and dirtier. So quartz was ‘young, relatively clean’ rocks, while most pebbles were ‘old, dirty rocks’. When the rocks got crushed, they turned into gravel, which eventually got worn down into sand, which turned into dust. When the pieces got too small to see separately, they were water again and back to the ‘water cycle’ mentioned above.
I even had a piece of ‘new rock’ that proved this theory. It was probably just a very worn piece of glass.
Response to 12 Things The “Ender’s Game” Trailer Got Right:
Apparently, they missed the fact that the author is a known anti-equal rights donor and activist. Biggest influence on my decision about whether to go see it - I don’t want to indirectly contribute money to his causes.
Well, my understanding is that the vast majority of states won’t allowawoman to adoptachild while the biological mother retains parental rights. And, according to the federal government, no woman can marry another. So, legally, ifIhadachild there would only be one parent. Can’t have it both ways. Recognize same-sex marriage or don’t. Requiring students to list the assets of people to whom they have no legal connection is absurd. What’s next? List the assets of ‘Grandparent’s best friend who always sendsacard and $20 on your birthday’?
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