Joined Nov 15, 2010 at 02:12PM EST
He also made a rule 34 short of this show in the same artstyle.
I won’t post it, but it’s … something.
Honestly the bias pervading this site is disgusting. KYM posts article after biased article and everyone just eats it up. Feminists are literally nazi SJW misandrists who don’t know what they’re talking about, and everyone who disagrees is downvoted to oblivion and greeted the same 10 “lmao get a load of this guy amirite XD” reaction images. I don’t even have an opinion on the majority of topics being discussed, but I just can’t stand the endless, mindless circlejerking. Everyone here loves to talk about how Reddit is a humongous circlejerk, but compared to this place Reddit is a fucking bastion of open mindedness.
I used to love this site, but I can’t stand it anymore.
“He should of asked permission to the victim if he could talk about this very private and concerning story with her before he even put it in his work. "
Did you miss the part where he said
“About using her emails for my book: I talked to her about it during and after the writing of “Richard Yates” (book she is referencing) from 2006-2008 and she read it something like a year before it was released in 2010. I made sure (and my publisher made sure I made sure) she was okay with what I was writing about, and I said I wouldn’t write anything she didn’t want me to write about. (She has also written about our experiences, and I have often felt very close to her in our views on life/fiction.) "
“On October 31st, 2013, a subreddit community for Harold, /r/youdontsurf, was created. "
Uh, try again. /r/youdontsurf’s stated purpose is stock image photos, not pictures of one person. He’s popular there, but that’s not the reason the subreddit was created.
This is the image the subreddit took its inspiration from.
Realizing you forgot to do your homework
Today OP was a pretty cool guy
Yes, totally a fair comparison. All those high ranking political officials should be ashamed.
Oh wait, but they weren’t high ranking political officials, were they? They also didn’t happen to be cheating on their spouses.
Again, not looking at the long term. Their credibility is destroyed, no one will want to work with or donate to them again.
Money is not a paper miracle, you need people to accept it for it to be worth anything. And if nobody wants to work with them, the donations they receive are useless.
Everyone is a faggot but ME
Imagine they got a huge donation from Al Qaeda tomorrow. What would happen if they accepted it? Their public image would be destroyed and nobody would ever donate again.
Extreme example, but roughly the same thing is happening here. They want their donations to be untainted by anything like this.
Everyone complains about the NSA, and pretty much everyone celebrates this. Hypocrisy isn’t limited to reddit.
“That Ryuko, she’s got a great rack!”
Yes, my child. Yes it is.
Totally 100% unbiased infographics are the way that I form all my opinions