you ain't no sailor

Jul 24

Lets play the game called “how did you find my blog and what made you want to follow”

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Anonymous said: If I lived near you and wanted to frick-frack with you, could I? I know you and your lady are all about the poly amory stuff, but I really want your head between my legs for a good hour or two.

Potentially.

There’s currently a long list of applicants with excellent references and impeccable résumés. (for real, they got cover sheets and head shots and everything.)
If you want to add your name to the list please submit your application with a well written cover letter and no less than three professional references.

Anonymous said: how old are you? what is your fav non alcoholic beverage? if you could meet anyone, living or dead, who would it be?

23 
Ski or fountain Dr. Pepper
Kurt Vonnegut

mrskittyforman:

if you ever see me reblog something as a link please dont judge me im sorry im probably on mobile and didnt mean it

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victoriancuddler:

needlesslydefiantwithtea:


“Countless others have come before you, seeking weapons or weaknesses or battle strategies!”

this is one of the truly brilliant things about this show. while most kids’ shows will have good vs evil conflict, atla has a war. a real war, between people, with all the moral greyness and points of view made clear. the fire nation isn’t evil: it’s a repressed country under the strict control of its ruler. we’re shown how history is altered and propaganda is taught as fact, so the people grow up moulded to hate all other nations.
and then we get lines like this, which make us stop and think wait, is what the other nations are doing really right? after all, Ba Sing Se was supposed to be a haven, but turned out to be repressive and full of lies.
in this case we know that Aang is justified, and we trust him to do what’s right because he has such high moral standards. then we get to the finale and all that is challenged again.
it’s just a brilliant show guise.

I would also like to point that even after Aang is gone, 170 years later, and Korra enters Ba Sing Se— absolutely nothing’s changed. It keeps being a city of oppressors and oppressed.

victoriancuddler:

needlesslydefiantwithtea:

“Countless others have come before you, seeking weapons or weaknesses or battle strategies!”

this is one of the truly brilliant things about this show. while most kids’ shows will have good vs evil conflict, atla has a war. a real war, between people, with all the moral greyness and points of view made clear. the fire nation isn’t evil: it’s a repressed country under the strict control of its ruler. we’re shown how history is altered and propaganda is taught as fact, so the people grow up moulded to hate all other nations.

and then we get lines like this, which make us stop and think wait, is what the other nations are doing really right? after all, Ba Sing Se was supposed to be a haven, but turned out to be repressive and full of lies.

in this case we know that Aang is justified, and we trust him to do what’s right because he has such high moral standards. then we get to the finale and all that is challenged again.

it’s just a brilliant show guise.

I would also like to point that even after Aang is gone, 170 years later, and Korra enters Ba Sing Se— absolutely nothing’s changed. It keeps being a city of oppressors and oppressed.

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kissykissycas:

When I die spread my ashes at Comic Con because that’s probably the only way I’ll ever get there.

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reignofbooks:

i can never say if i’m a slow or a fast reader tbh my pace always depends on the book some books i finish in one sitting and others i finish after 78 years

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