I remember last time there was a JR article there were a few people defending him as letting people he disagreed with on his show and questioning the right-wing nutjob guests. I don’t care how “balanced” he supposedly is, it doesn’t make up for the tsunami of bullshit he unleashes on his platform.
But then it will all all Garfunkel, no Simon.
They. Are. Taking. Horse. Dewormer. It’s a fact. Shut the fuck up.
Yeah, if only that Darwinianism didn’t affect the vulnerable as well instead of just the willfully stupid.
God, he sucks so much.
You see a couple of them every now and than.
This whole comment was you acknowledging how it’s literally horse dewormer they are buying, and why, then saying it isn’t horse dewormer.
Lemme tell you a little something about crab salts.
Obligatory. (Do not go to Joe Rogan for information about anything except comedy and MMA.)
He’s a high profile software engineer. He’ll almost certainly profit from all of this name recognition next time he’s a candidate for a position or naming his salary.
Maybe you’re just in a slump
Remember a decade ago when some company had the brilliant idea to rename Scrabble, which then made them tens of millions of dollars?
Hmm, I’d argue the essay is more about Jessica Chastain playing “strong female” roles written by men who think the way to write those roles is just to make a woman do and say everything a man would do and say.
See you in hell ladies, if you can even hear it!
We’re Fucky McFuckfaced.
We live in the dumbest hellscape.
This. It’s a book from a British woman with a semi-educated background that went to the equivalent of a state college for US discussions (Exeter is a mid-tier place, something below the Ivys but on par with a Big 10/ACC school). She definitely is pretty openly bigoted and her books reflect a woman who graduated from… Read more
Not to mention that out of the 26 named students in Harry’s year, 3 were black and 2 were Asian...in a book written in Edinburgh in the early 1990s, by a woman who grew up in Bristol in the 70s and 80s, and set at an elite English boarding school.
Eh, the ‘Good Guys’ also needlessly endanger children on a regular basis. The ‘Good Guys’ prop up the hierarchical power structure of Hogwarts for the entire series. Sure, they accept ‘mixed blood’ wizards, but they don’t accept anyone who can’t cast spells or, say, centaurs who can use magic. Paintings are literally… Read more