How are ya? It’s me Tazar, just checkin’ in with you. Everything good? That’s good.
Listen, Hollywood, I’m gonna put this bluntly:
STOP FORGIVING YOUR DUMBASS CELEBRITIES FOR BEING DUMBASSES.
Lindsay Lohan should be in jail for nearly killing people and ALWAYS having cocaine on her.
Mel Gibson should have been beaten to within an inch of his life 5 years ago, and again 5 months ago.
Charlie Sheen should have had a bullet through his head 25 god damn years ago.
Just because these people were in movies at some point (that’s debatable with Lohan) doesn’t mean they should be given free reign to act like completely spoiled, out of control, drug addicted assholes. If I did any one of the things that just these three fucking morons have done, I’d still be in jail right now. Stop being so lenient towards these coked out babies, and maybe they’ll stop acting like jackasses all the time.
Or don’t, whatever. I don’t give a shit. It just makes me feel glad that I live in Ohio. I don’t have to fear Lindsay Lohan driving 90 down the wrong way on I-270 and hitting me. I doubt the bitch even knows where Ohio is on a map.
“I bet George W Bush authorized a sign that read “Mission Accomplished” after the 7th inning”—ESPN The Magazine's Jorge Arangure, referring to Game 1 of the 2010 ALCS, in which the Yankees came back from a 5-0 deficit to take a 6-5 lead in the 8th inning and went on to win
"The Rain Song" Led Zeppelin Houses of the Holy (1973)
This year’s summer/fall transition has seen a number of dark-and-stormy nights, and so, to balance out the clamor — the crashing of thunder, the drenching downpours — here’s a song that recalls dreary days where soft showers fog up the windows and calmly wash away the stresses of daily life.
My mom, dad, and brother — all of whom work full-time — have the day off, while I have school as usual. Bah. Hell, my parents went apple-picking this morning, and all weekend, my mom kept forgetting that I have school today, so she repeatedly asked me, “Hey, do you want to come apple-picking with us? It’s going to be great!” And I had to keep going, “YOU KNOW I HAVE SCHOOL, DAMMIT.”
Yes, I just posted the same thing here, on twitter and on Facebook. Why? Because there are three different sets of people reading each one. I’m sorry if you overlap and I’m further sorry if you are offended by my repeated thing but dude, if something like that really irks you then I’m sorry you are irked by such ridiculous things.
Also, I post a lot on here when Todd isn’t around.
I need a “deal with it” gif for this.
I often do the same. If you see links to my Destructoid work in different places, it’d be awesome if you could click each time!
John Shore castigates fellow Christians who condemn homosexual acts as sinful:
“Here is that Big Difference between homosexuality and other sins: There is no sin I can commit that, by virtue of committing it, renders me incapable of loving or being loved. I can commit murder. I can steal. I can rob. I can rape. I can drink myself to death. I can do any terrible thing at all—and no one would ever claim that intrinsic to the condition that gave rise to my doing that terrible thing is that I am, by nature, simply incapable of giving or receiving love. No one tells the chronic drinker, or glutton, or adulterer, or any other kind of sinner, to stop experiencing love. Yet that’s exactly what so many Christians are insisting gay people do.
When you tell a gay person to “resist” being gay, what you are really telling them—what you really mean—is for them to be celibate. What you are truly and actually saying is that you want them to condemn themselves to a life devoid of love. Be alone, you’re demanding. Live alone. Don’t hold anyone’s hand. Don’t snuggle on your couch with anyone. Don’t cuddle up with anyone at night before you fall asleep. Don’t have anyone to chat with over coffee in the morning. Do not bind your life to that of another. Live your whole life without knowing that joy, that sharing, that peace. Just say “no” to love.
Be alone. Live alone. Die alone.
The “sinful temptation” that Christians are forever urging LGBT people to resist is love. Being, of course, the one thing Jesus was most clear about wanting his followers to extend to others.”
This is great but you can take it a little further and say it’s not just Christians this pertains to. It’s about anyone who thinks someone should deny themselves the pleasure of loving someone and being loved based on their own feelings. If you think homosexuality is an abomination then you go ahead living your life thinking just that. But how dare you decree that someone should live and die alone or be forbidden from loving who they want to because you think it’s wrong.