There’s book called Crooked Little Vein by the guy who wrote the comic Transmetropolitan. It’s about a detective who is hired for a job because of this particular trait. He ends up in some... unusual situations.
His history with cyberpunk is so old that we’re almost to Johnny Mnemonic’s future.
Well they are, by definition, amateurs, soooo...
Can we talk about how not-six-feet-tall Trump looks in all these photos? Because he looks like a tiny child in the headline image and doesn’t look much taller in this one.
I mean, Discord’s only been around since May of 2015. So it can’t have been THAT long ago.
Anton Lacey has nothing to do with them, so why would they? Church of Satan =/= The Satanic Temple.
Clearly they didn’t watch enough Godspell growing up.
IIRC the rumor was they were going to but couldn’t get the fingerprint sensor to work right so they ditched it and just marketed the lack of a fingerprint sensor as a feature.
I mean, it’s got the same letters and all... /s
Here’s the thing. If you do nazi shit because you love being a nazi or you do nazi shit because other people hate it and you get off on that, you’re still doing nazi shit.
I’m not saying it wasn’t inevitable, just that that’s how it happened and also that Greene, being a war hero and a slave-owner, was easily one of the worst Quakers imaginable.
Life Day also appeared in that collection in a very specific reference to the Holiday Special, so maybe it’s all canon now. :D
He did more than that. He left those slaves to his widow, who employed Eli Whitney, who invented the cotton gin on Greene’s plantation, which rescued slavery from certain obsolescence, which caused the Civil War. Read more
He did great things for slavery and died in Georgia on his plantation, so, I’d say let them keep him.
Slavery was dying out as an American industry when Eli Whitney invented the cotton gin, making slavery profitable again. Benjamin Franklin even included an economic argument against slavery in an essay on why the country should kick out everyone but the Anglo-Saxons and the Native Americans. Read more