look at this its the lesbian version of bonnie and clyde
You had me at “lesbian version of Bonnie & Clyde.”
HOLY FUCK THAT WAS JUST. WOW
Aline Eras (Dutch) - 1: Melancholy 2, Edition 3, 2012 Line Etching, Drypoint and Pencil on Paper 2: Melancholy 6, Edition 3, 2012 Line Etching and Drypoint on Paper 3: Aline Eras 3 (Dutch) - Aardkonijn 2, Edition 3, 2012 Line Etching and Drypoint on Paper 4: The Spectator 1, 2012 Line Etching, Drypoint Colored Pencils on Paper
OH MY GOD
can we just talk about how great the joke is since David Aja the artist is also famous for doing the Iron Fist Immortal Weapons series with Fraction and his Danny Rand looks a lot like his Clint Barton
I am legitimately okay with this and suddenly wish there were no movies in the first place so that more posts like this could exist. So that more people would look at the basic context clues IN the books and imagine things like this.
"Stop praising mediocre white men for their sexist, boring works of fiction."-
"If a female writer had produced such an almighty mess, you can bet she’d be despised by now."
"We are outraged when an Indian police officer tells a rape victim she should marry her attacker but not when a California judge says a woman wasn’t really raped because she didn’t put up enough of a fight. We are outraged at 24,000 rapes in India but not 188,380 in America."- Hoopstatic - First World Problems (via featherframe)
"When you’re at the pool lounging on a beach chair and some little kids are running and the lifeguard screams out “no running” do you respond “excuse me, not all of us are running”? No, you don’t. The lifeguard didn’t have to specifically state who they were talking to because you’re intelligent enough to comprehend that the comment wasn’t being directed at you."-
Found a quote that shuts down that “not all men” argument pretty well. (via mykicks)
AHaha. haaaa. hh.
The thing is if you’re saying “not all men” you’re probably one of the men being talked about.
instead of saying “stop capitalism”, which gives the idea of suspension from progress, we should be saying: “let’s move on from capitalism”.
and when someone come to us again saying that we represent a setback, we must ask them: a setback for what, and to whom?
and when someone come to us again saying that capitalism is progress, we must ask them: progress of what, and to whom?