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Joined Jun 03, 2012 at 11:19AM EDT
Say as much shit about graffiti art as you like, this justifies graffiti art’s entire existence
And how about horrible bosses, amirite?
I’m tempted to pull this when handing in my paper tomorrow.
I personally don’t mind either entries (although they definitely bring more shitstorms than they’re worth) but in my opinion either both entries are sexist or neither of them are. There’s no in between here. Making this some competition about which is more sexist is rather silly to me.
These aren’t very strong points though.
I don’t know about the football guy, but Chris Brown still has a very successful career (and is still allowed to work with the woman he beat). And I don’t know what planet these guys are on, but people definitely still remember what Charlie Sheen did. That’s the whole reason he’s so internet famous. Say what you will about that, but I feel while race could be involved in the harsher criticisms of celebrities I also think it’s a huge factor how recent the event is and, as others have mentioned, how famous they are
So, the women’s logic entry is full of images saying all women are superficial, over protective of our boyfriends, radical feminists, and are only attracted to assholes. How is that not sexist? Neither of these galleries can be funny without being sexist, that’s the whole reason these entries exist.
I would love to see an actual experiment done where someone measures the pressure it takes to bend an iphone compared to other phones. As interesting as the video of the guy bending his phone is, having some guy use his hands to bend it with no way of measuring how much force was used isn’t really all that scientific or entirely conclusive.
Going by the article it seems like an alias so my guess is it’s not a real surname
I don’t get where the super serial part comes from xP
I don’t even get why changing the race of side characters matter all that much when the race of the protagonist remains untouched.
Also, OP is missing a big thing here. The whole reason big hollywood movies tend to focus on white people in asian settings is because they want to make it easily accessible and relatable to the general american audience (mostly white people). The sad truth is american audiences are less likely to watch a movie if it doesn’t star white people. It’s a problem, yes, but I feel it’s more a problem with us as an audience and studios doing what is in their best interest to make that money.
Implying that’s the only thing you could ever do with the new iphone? There is a lot of seriously interesting technology shit going on in smart phones, I don’t see why it’s so hard to imagine people interested in technology wanting to line up for the newest installment. Are we going to start mocking people that line up to buy new games or see new movies now too?
Sorry if my post on your thread may have come off harshly. I’ve been having quite the stressful weekend so what I intended to be a joke may have come off a little mean, and I don’t want to chase you away from the site due to my actions so I feel I should apologize just in case.
Welcome to the site, by the way. I hope you enjoy your time here.
Now that’s how you advertise!
And who could forget Pokemon Horror Story: Murder House?
And you assume if they did that cop wouldn’t do anything about it?
What a wonderful poster
I imagine this poster was distributed to multiple colleges across the country (especially ones with big sports programs)
Implying male college students and bachelors living alone have never done laundry before?
The way I see it, the people that have been lining up like this aren’t just doing it to have the newest hip and trendy phone (well, I’m sure a number of them are) but they’ve been lining up like this because they have a deep interest in new technology which is a lot better than the anti tech assholes in my book.
I like the concept of Riff Raff (I was one of the mods who encouraged it’s implementation after all) and I think it’s a great way for users to blow off steam, but I personally have no interest in being there myself and it’s annoying when users don’t get that the rules still apply in the rest of the site. Ultimately I think it’s a benefit though.
You’re a company that regularly sells tacky shit and is constantly “reassuring” people that you don’t mean any offense by your products and you want us to believe there was no ulterior motive to the Kent State shirt? Ooooooook, Urban Outfitters.
You’re lucky your sweaters featuring Disney characters are adorable.
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.
As another Irish person, I can honestly say I do find the shirts offensive. This is most likely due to a combination of just being so fucking sick of the same boring stereotype being plastered everywhere the same time each year but I’ve also had issues of virtually every man in my life that is over 30 has or had harmful drinking problems, so let’s just say I don’t take too kindly to people making light of alcoholism. That’s just me, though, no one person can speak for an entire culture.
“We actively play up that stereotype”
You sure about that, chief?