a drinking game wherein you watch bee movie and take a shot of honey-flavored whiskey every time something fucked up happens
A reviewer gave this game 2/10. Then this happened.
I’m pretty sure I actually saw him write this at MAGfest.
Also, I still have half a bottle of 70 proof honey liquor left over from last night. I stashed it in the back of the freezer. I’m thinking I should come up with some kind of tumblr drinking game.
So I just heard Martin O’Donnell just got fired from Bungie.That is a damn shame, he’s a really excellent composer. I can’t imagine what must have gone on to lead to this, but Bungie will surely be poorer for it.
|—||Arin “Egoraptor” Hanson, Magfest 12 (2014)|
“There is no system of oppression in America that actively works to oppress and subjugate white people. Sorry to break it to you, but your individual suffering is just that, individual. The individuals acting against you do not have the institutionalized power to actively oppress you in every facet of your life, nor would their racism be upheld and supported by government, media, and legislation if they did. Because you’re white. Reverse racism isn’t real because we live in a culture that supports and enforces whiteness as the norm and PoC as other. If you experience discrimination, prejudice, or bigotry, it’s valid to be upset about it and want to talk about it. It is not valid to claim that it is reverse racism, and certainly not valid to claim that it is racism on par with anything like the institutionalized racism that PoC will come into contact with.”
Reverse racism is a pretty convoluted and unnecessary term. The term racism is general enough to cover discrimination against whites which is bound to happen in some contexts given the diversity of human experience and the fact that prejudice begets prejudice. When it doesn’t I see no problem with it being called racism because that’s exactly what a term like that was created for.
I love how all of us live in American culture, apparently. I love how racism against white people can’t exist anywhere because some people on this planet live in a white-majority country.
My 12-year-old self is freaking out right now. This could quite possibly be the best throwback Thursday ever.
Find out the details on where to buy this genius device here.
Holy fondant, batman! This amazing rendition of A Clockwork Orange won best dessert that could be mistaken for a book (or movie poster for that matter). Great psycho-candy-color-job, Rachel LaBozetta. As you can tell, folks could not wait to dig into that cake!