wilwheaton:

‘Stinkfist’ by Tool is my new jam.

Wil Wheaton has asserted that a song about anal fisting is “[his] jam”.I am okay with this.

wilwheaton:

‘Stinkfist’ by Tool is my new jam.

Wil Wheaton has asserted that a song about anal fisting is “[his] jam”.

I am okay with this.

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Do I have any followers?

Legit question.

(Reblogged from hellstarfantasy)

Dear MO police officers,

Please stop shooting unarmed teenagers. You’re only taking away from your source of trumped-up drug convictions.

Love and hugs,
Will

lindsayetumbls:

tamaraisapunk:

Okay, but can we talk about how Lindsay Ellis got pregnant and went through an abortion FOR THE SAKE OF FILM

wow

Wait… What?

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Why GamerGate Is Destined To Fail

lindsayetumbls:

deathofgamergate:

What Is GamerGate?

It’s the Tea Party of video games. And Zoe Quinn is its Benghazi.

Okay, But What Is GamerGate Really?

GamerGate has been disingenuously framed as a grassroots campaign of gamers “concerned with the quality and integrity of video game journalism.” The campaign is, in truth, an effort to fold in, rehabilitate, and retroactively justify a previous campaign of blatant gender-based harassment against a female videogame developer for the capital offenses of having (a) a vindictive ex-boyfriend and (b) friends within the industry.

GamerGate is a campaign run by people who don’t understand what a real conflict of interest actually is, and who would institute standards of disclosure and prohibition on reporting so restrictive as to essentially disqualify all actual journalists from the space. They sincerely believe that the mere act of patronizing a developer precludes one from objectively reporting on that developer - a standard more stringent than that found in political reporting, and for a field of journalism that is far less important.

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kylekallgren:

I’d like to think that “problematic” needn’t be a substitute for “evil.”

If you call something “problematic,” remember that problems exist to be solved.

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kylekallgren:

I look forward to the day when some amazing person settles for me.

Yeah… yeah.

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