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WARNER BROS IS DOING A LIVE-ACTION STATIC SHOCK DIGITAL SERIES!
I repeat…
WARNER BROS IS DOING A LIVE-ACTION STATIC SHOCK DIGITAL SERIES!

themarysue:

WARNER BROS IS DOING A LIVE-ACTION STATIC SHOCK DIGITAL SERIES!

I repeat…

WARNER BROS IS DOING A LIVE-ACTION STATIC SHOCK DIGITAL SERIES!

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Why is it not helpful to say “not all men are like that”? For lots of reasons. For one, women know this. They already know not every man is a rapist, or a murderer, or violent. They don’t need you to tell them.

Second, it’s defensive. When people are defensive, they aren’t listening to the other person; they’re busy thinking of ways to defend themselves. I watched this happen on Twitter, over and again.

Third, the people saying it aren’t furthering the conversation, they’re sidetracking it. The discussion isn’t about the men who aren’t a problem. (Though, I’ll note, it can be. I’ll get back to that.) Instead of being defensive and distracting from the topic at hand, try staying quiet for a while and actually listening to what the thousands upon thousands of women discussing this are saying.

Fourth—and this is important, so listen carefully—when a woman is walking down the street, or on a blind date, or, yes, in an elevator alone, she doesn’t know which group you’re in. You might be the potential best guy ever in the history of history, but there’s no way for her to know that. A fraction of men out there are most definitely not in that group. Which are you? Inside your head you know, but outside your head it’s impossible to.

This is the reality women deal with all the time.

- #NotAllMen: How Not to Derail Discussions of Women’s Issues (via http://www.slate.com/)

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Set phasers to fun.

Spock

Captain I did not say this, you have misheard, I said—Captain cease laughing this instant, I do not appreciate—Jim, do not put my name to this—

Spock

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Introverts, man. We’re weird sometimes. Like, “I love you, but I need to go over here by myself right now.”

ksumnersmith. (via nyu-tah)

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“It’s very interesting to watch out for the triggers that lead to Darcy’s falling in love. Of course, love often starts with something trivial that attracts your attention. In Darcy’s case, very little had ever attracted his attention. So I think the first trigger is the moment when Elizabeth rejects him so impertinently — when she overhears him saying, ‘She’s tolerable, I suppose, but not handsome enough to tempt me.’ When she walks past and gives him a cheeky look, Andrew [Davies] was very helpful here in writing, ‘Darcy was used to looking at other people like that, but was not used to being looked at like that himself.’ So at that moment, I think, he notices her simply out of bewilderment and curiosity; he becomes intrigued by her, which, I suspect, is the first time he has ever been intrigued by a woman, and he has to know a little bit more about her. It strikes me that you can be on a fatal course from a moment like that whether you know it or not.” — Colin Firth

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