July 23rd, 2013 around 2:18pm
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qualityhabit:

DON’T TELL ME WHAT TO DO!!: anderjak: bonermir: Yo so PSA guys if you wanna see Pacific Rim…

anderjak:

bonermir:

Yo so PSA guys if you wanna see Pacific Rim succeed you need to see it in theaters like right now. Technically at this point, its considered a flop and hasn’t been selling as many tickets as they expected. My manager said that we’re probably going to be getting…

November 11th, 2011 around 10:07am
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booksrockmyface:

madijayhasnolife:

“So yesterday, so yesterday, I’m just a bird that’s already flown away”

-Hilary Duff.

So today I had two students call me “gay” or having differing opinions than them. I said, “I’m what?”

They sputtered and went silent.

I said, “That’s what I thought.”

Clearly you’re a badass teacher who should not be messed with. :D

booksrockmyface:

madijayhasnolife:

“So yesterday, so yesterday, I’m just a bird that’s already flown away”
-Hilary Duff.

So today I had two students call me “gay” or having differing opinions than them. I said, “I’m what?”
They sputtered and went silent.
I said, “That’s what I thought.”

Clearly you’re a badass teacher who should not be messed with. :D
August 22nd, 2011 around 10:55pm
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Am I the only one bothered by this?

Sorry if someone’s requested to follow me on Twitter and I haven’t accepted or declined your request. Just, there’s a lot of people requesting to follow me on there and I feel kinda weird accepting them if I don’t know them from other places on the web. Not that it should matter because I don’t share my personal info anywhere on the Internet but, again, I feel weird having people read my personal tweets whom I don’t really know. 

I guess this is just a general PSA that if you find me somewhere else on the web and you want to “follow” or “friend” me, please tell me if you know me from somewhere else (like LiveJournal, Dreamwidth, or here), that way I know where you’re coming from when you add me. Because I feel like there are a lot of requests coming my way from products/authors I don’t really want to follow. (Like you talk about shoes or whatever once in a blue moon on there and suddenly there are like five people with the name “shoes” in their username trying to follow you. I’m sorry but if I want to follow a shoes-related Twitter account, I can find them myself.)

And I also talk a lot about fandom/writing on there, and I definitely do not want any people associated with my fandoms in any official capacity to be privy to my thoughts (or really any random person out there on the Internet). It’s a weird thing with me - I do not like breaking down the fourth wall.

August 12th, 2011 around 4:19am
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When people mean “I couldn’t care less” but they write “I could care less”.

baldersmash:

dadsamuggle:

WHAT ARE YOU DOING. IT CHANGES THE WHOLE MEANING OF WHAT YOU ARE SAYING. READ IT ALOUD TO YOURSELF FOR THE LOVE OF GOD.

If you use this phrase incorrectly and you don’t think I want to murder you in your sleep, you are wrong, my friend.

(Source: firewaterwindearth-spirit)

July 26th, 2011 around 5:21pm
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julio-richter:

introvertsarepeopletoo:

Why I’m Not Joining Google+

inkbatts:

iwillnotshavemyvagina:

thegirlwontstop:

From Steve Rosenbaum:

Google’s terms and conditions, buried in tiny print that most users will miss, gives them the right to take control of your content.

“By submitting, posting or displaying the content you give Google a perpetual, irrevocable, worldwide, royalty-free, and non-exclusive license to reproduce, adapt, modify, translate, publish, publicly perform, publicly display and distribute any Content which you submit, post or display on or through, the Services. You agree that this license includes a right for Google to make such Content available to other companies, organizations or individuals with whom Google has relationships for the provision of syndicated services, and to use such Content in connection with the provision of those services.”

The key terms here are Perpetual, Royalty-Free - and most disturbingly - Adapt and Modify.

This means that if you’ve taken pictures of a sunset, or fireworks, or your children playing with a toy - or anything - Google has the right to grab those images, edit them, publishing them, and re-sell them.

If you think the answer is simply that you won’t put any pictures on your G+ page, think again. Google REQUIRES you to link your Picasa account to your G+ account, and therefore requires you to license your Picasa to them under their Royalty-Free contract.

SCARY STUFF.

Important info

ALWAYS read the terms of service especially with all of this new social networking nonsense.

Interesting.

Not that I’m remotely interested in joining Google+, but this is good to know. 

June 17th, 2011 around 1:07pm
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michaelpipesftw:

***EVERYBODY NEEDS TO READ THIS***

Many of you might be getting messages that say the exact same thing as this “LOL there is a funny picture of you on this website i thought you might like to see just type or copy and paste http://lighthouse2k.com into your browser to see it”

If you get a message like this DELETE IT.

If you go to the website, it looks exactly like Tumblr with a different address, and you type in your user name and pass and then it HACKS your tumblr.

If you have a lot of followers say good bye to your account, and if you don’t have a lot they’ll use your account to spread the message.

REBLOG THIS TO GET THE WORD OUT.

(Source: viled)

michaelpipesftw:

***EVERYBODY NEEDS TO READ THIS***
Many of you might be getting messages that say the exact same thing as this “LOL there is a funny picture of you on this website i thought you might like to see just type or copy and paste http://lighthouse2k.com into your browser to see it”
If you get a message like this DELETE IT.
If you go to the website, it looks exactly like Tumblr with a different address, and you type in your user name and pass and then it HACKS your tumblr.
If you have a lot of followers say good bye to your account, and if you don’t have a lot they’ll use your account to spread the message.
REBLOG THIS TO GET THE WORD OUT.

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