A Civil War Hits London, This Shocking One Second a Day Video Shows How it Destroys a Little Girl’s Life
OMG WHAT DID I DO!?
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I LEARNED A THING
There are many who still think that the Batman is a psychotic vigilante, no better than the vermin he hunts down. I think they’re wrong. ~ Clark Kent
i think the relationship between bruce and clark is one of the most complex in the dc universe
And now Chris Evans with the weather. Chris?
Thank you, Chris. In other news… Odin has once again fallen into Odinsleep and the princes are, once again, throwing one of the wildest parties this side of the Nine Realms… The damage expenses are expected to be in the millions of Jotuns…
Now we’ll turn over to Jeremy Renner with Sports. Are you having fun out there, Jeremy?
Oh… okay then, thanks Jeremy for that in-depth response.
And now Robert Downey Jr with the stock report.
And now to conclude with Odin
It’s a beautiful day and Loki’s still adopted
what am i doing watching cnn
OK, I agree we over-react to “terror” and under-react to “every-day gun violence” but we can’t pretend like those two things are the same thing.
Shooting someone is generally an attack on a person. The reasons for shooting that person may be hatred, jealousy, greed, or idiocy, but you’re shooting a person.
Blowing up the finishing line of a marathon is not an attack on a person, it’s an attack on a culture.
There are a lot of reasons why we see “terror” as more terrifying, and some of those reasons are bad (like that we’re “used to” gun violence, and that most of those deaths take place in communities that people in power don’t identify with or understand well.)
But there are also good reasons why we feel this way. We all recognize that we are cultural beings, and thus attacking culture is viewed as worse, and should be viewed as worse, and /IS WORSE/ than attacking people, because the culture we create as individuals is more important than any single person.
An attack on a culture is felt as an attack on every member of that culture. This is why “hate” crimes are often categorized differently, because those acts are often aimed not at hurting an individual, but at hurting all people who are “like” that individual.
So while the personal tragedies of the Boston Bombing are no more or less tragic than the personal tragedies of those 900,000 gun deaths, those incidents are different, and should be treated as such.
Lea Newton is a fucking god.
Lee Newton just single-handedly made “Cup o’ Cheese” an international phenomenon.
the reason why i love the internet summarized in one gif
2nd watsky post two day straight. this time i saw in this song both his rapping skills as well as the story telling from which he started by his spoken poetry.