The great thing about someones personal opinion is that it literally cannot be wrong, even if it differs from yours. It is THEIR personal opinion.
opinions can definitely be wrong what are you talking about
my opinion is that opinions can be wrong. since that’s my opinion and u said opinions can’t be wrong, that means that opinions can be wrong and your opinion is therefore wrong
i hate you
ok but what if like. werewolves transform under the full moon but theres just this one and by day hes a big tough guy and then when he transforms hes a tiny dog. just fucking. just fucking turns into the tiniest, fluffiest dog
imagine that howling at the moon
Truly a ferocious predator.
And lastly: (He’s the pack leader obviously)
the big wolves are his younger sisters
oh my fucking god it got better
If I put a gun to someone’s head, say, a 30-year-old healthy male, pull the trigger, and kill him, assuming an average life expectancy of, say, 84, you can argue that possibly 54 years of life [were] stolen from that person in a direct act of violence.
However, if a person is born into poverty in the midst of an abundant society where it is statistically proven that it would hurt no one to facilitate meeting the basic needs of that person and yet they die at the age of 30 due to heart disease, which has been found to statistically relate to those who endure the stress and effects of low socioeconomic status, is that death, the removal of those 54 years once again, an act of violence?
And the answer is ‘Yes, it is.’
You see, our legal system has conditioned us to think that violence is a direct behavioral act. The truth is that violence is a process, not an act, and it can take many forms.
You cannot separate any outcome from the system by which it is oriented.—
this is so fuckin important
Can we all just agree to build permanent Olympic stadiums somewhere? I know it’s supposed to symbolize international cooperation and such to move them around, but in practice, the Olympics have come to symbolize “let’s find one of the few countries rich enough to support this stuff, encourage them to financially and socially trash a city, then leave behind gigantic overly-specialized sports facilities that no one will ever use again.”
Let’s just find a place that has some mountainy parts and some flat parts, is snowy in the winter and warm in the summer, and say “Okay, this is where the Olympics are going to be from now on. Everywhere else on Earth, you can stop building fuck-off enormous stadiums and kicking out all your homeless people every two years.”
#not to mention all the areas of historical and cultural importance that keep getting razed