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Mario is a jerk. [video]

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Mario is a jerk. [video]


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posted 18 hours ago on 22/8/2014 - 17,671 notes - via gillfeesh © m3loetta

americ4npsycho:

icedteajunkie:

Pokemon Cards that tell stories

Love the first one


posted 18 hours ago on 22/8/2014 - 33,182 notes - via oestranhomundodek © icedteajunkie

vulcsmash:

george takei is a gift to humanity


posted 20 hours ago on 22/8/2014 - 63,881 notes - via irenicus89 © vulcsmash

cupsnake:

shaggy-reid:

Just in case you thought this was anywhere near over:

St. Louis, MO

Since the police report was bullshit, this is footage of what actually happened in the Kajieme Powell shooting YESTERDAY (8/19). Yes, they got another one of our boys. They handcuffed him AFTER shooting him NINE TIMES for stealing donuts and soda. Apparently, “he had a knife”, but they could have easily defended themselves with a taser.

This happened about three miles from where Mike Brown was killed.

White cops are killing all of these brown bodies without hesitation over petty crimes, but this isn’t a race issue? k

AS A WARNING TO ANYONE WHO HASN’T SEEN IT: SOMEONE DIES IN THIS VIDEO. SOMEONE IS SHOT TO DEATH. KNOW BEFORE CLICKING PLAY.

This man was obviously upset. No one is denying he was being belligerent. I don’t care what you think, though, no one deserves to be shot over two drinks and a box of donuts or yelling at the police. NON-LETHAL FORCE COULD HAVE BEEN UTILIZED. There was so much time. So much distance. Negotiating could have been attempted, even. What do they do instead? They make a bullet filled body out of him, then handcuff him. Kill ‘em and cuff ‘em over shouting and shop lifting. Fucking. Police. Brutality.

His knife wasn’t out and his hands were at his side, but the cops are claiming he was within 3 or 4 feet with his knife raised to stab. If this gentleman had been WHITE, cops would have wrestled him down and those cuffs would have been slapped on LIVE wrists. White men with guns have been non-lethally subdued and arrested after lethally shooting multiple people. Let that sink in.


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@chriscolfer: Grant thinks since he’s the Flash he can bully people now… #ALSicebucketchallenge @grantgust


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videogaymer:

clockenfrau:

langoaurelian:

Japanese Traffic Cop. 

This is the picture I’ll be taking to my tailor from now on


Fuck

videogaymer:

clockenfrau:

langoaurelian:

Japanese Traffic Cop. 

This is the picture I’ll be taking to my tailor from now on

Fuck


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posted 3 days ago on 19/8/2014 - 3,136 notes - via colfercooper © dailykurthummel
chriscolfersgroove:

glorfindel-m:

theawesomenessthatischriscolfer:

gleeksandtheirconfessions:

Of course Chris Colfer’s stint on Hot in Cleveland was about the character’s sexuality. Everything Chris does and will ever do will revolve around sexuality. Too bad he can’t just play “a guy”.

Firstly, I’m pretty sure that Chris has never played a ‘female’ character, or ‘gender queer’ character, so all the characters he has played thus far have all been GUYS.
Also,  Chris has already played a character who’s sexuality was not even remotely anything to do with anything. Carson Philips, as Chris said, was not gay, and nor was his sexuality defined, however. I would also say that every character Chris has played thus far has not revolved around their sexuality. Their sexuality has certainly been a part of who they are, but their story lines have been a lot more complex, than being just about their sexuality.
Do you complain when Johnny Depp, Leonardo DI Caprio, and all the many straight leading men in Hollywood who are cast in predominantly ‘straight’ roles, that these roles very much revolve around their sexuality? Do you make posts complaining that the poor things have to yet again portray a ‘straight guy’?.
Chris is Gay, Leonardo Di Caprio is straight. Chris is offered/portrays predominantly gay characters, LDC is offered/portrays predominantly straight characters. In the future Chris may find a challenging character that he wants to play that may, by happen-chance, be ‘straight’ and LDC may find a challenging character that he wants to play that may, by happen-chance, be ‘Gay’. Both these actors choose their roles very carefully. LDC, as the more established and mature actor, has a larger pool to select from, but as Chris’ career and age progresses, his ‘pool’ will also increase and become more and more diverse.
Sexuality is just one aspect of a character and thus far the characters Chris has been asked to play, although predominantly being of the same sexual orientation that Chris is, have been characters that are very very different from each other and the roles have been/are a great deal more than just being about their sexuality..
Even if Chris ends up playing/being offered characters who’s sexuality is ‘Gay’ from here on in, that does not mean that he has been stereo-typed. What matters is the diversity and the challenge of the role. For example, I do not think you could get a stronger contrast than between the roles of Kurt Hummel and Noel Coward. Even Ryan Kendall’s character and story was very much different to Kurt Hummel’s. The only similarity between these three characters are the fact that they are all gay, but Jack from Titanic, Jay Gatsby, Jordan Belfort and Leonardo Di Caprio’s many other roles have ALL been straight men, but again that is really their only similarity.
I use Leonardo Di Caprio as an example with Chris, because Leonardo, in looks etc, like Chris, is not someone that Hollywood would see as suited to play the stock ‘Rom-Com’ hero, and thank god for that because it has meant that he has been cast in the more juicy, complex and interesting roles, and Chris, because he is so unusual and is also extremely talented as an actor will be more likely to be offered those challenging and meaty roles, rather than the stereo-typical romantic leading man roles that offer no real challenge to play.
If Chris gets half the challenging roles to play in his career that actors like Leonardo di Caprio (And Chris has the potential to become as successful as LDC due to his immense talent) the fact that those roles may all be Gay men, is neither here nor there in the overall challenge and enjoyment of playing/portraying those roles.
Another reason that I put Chris with LDC is that both actors are in this job because they LOVE THE ART!!!! They both crave respect for their work and are not in it for the fame or fortune.
 Chris was told he would be stereotyped, yet so far, he has been given pretty challenging and very diverse roles. The only one reducing those wonderful characters that he has played or is about to play to their sexuality, is YOU confession OP.
Gay people exist. They have just as much importance to be ‘shown’ as straight people do, and you and others have got to stop trying to make out that all Gay actors and Gay characters are immediately the same, by attempting to reduce and devalue the characters to being a stereotypes based on one small aspect of their characterization, which is that they happen to be ‘Gay’, and effectively also saying that if a Gay actor is cast to play a Gay character then they are simply playing themselves because all gay characters shown, immediately become JUST about their sexuality, and any Gay actor playing any role, LGBTQ or straight, immediately reduces that role to just being about sexuality, because they themselves cannot be seen beyond that small aspect of who they are, which is a load of crap, especially when there are so many ‘straight’ characters and straight actors out there who basically are/play the same stock character repeated over and over, yet no one ever claims that the characters are stereotypes because they are ‘straight’, even though they ALL share that commonality, and that all the actors are just playing themselves etc. For those characters, their stereotypical characteristics are listed as being anything and everything but the fact of their sexuality.
Being Gay is natural. It is not something that makes any person, actor or character’s life/story of less value or importance than a straight person, actor, or character’s life/story, so STOP trying to make it all about that.
If Chris gets roles that are basically ‘Kurt Hummel’ over and over again, because people decide to write Kurt Hummel’s over and over again (Thus far Kurt Hummel is a unique character and therefore cannot be called a stereotype), and writers make Kurt Hummel into a ‘stock’ character type, then perhaps you can start to say that he is being stereotyped, but thus far, he is being offered more and more challenging and complex characters, some of whom JUST HAPPEN TO BE GAY which the actor also just happens to be!!!!!
(Jeez, on this issue, I hope I am making sense and it is ultimately clear as to what I am trying to say, because this is DAMNED important to get people to understand, because effectively what this confession is saying is the same old, ‘he’s simply playing himself because he’s playing another Gay man’ or that any role Chris plays will always be simply focusing on and revolving around sexuality)

Perfectly said.I bolded the part that stood out for me especially, but all of it was spot on.
It seems the OP is the one who can’t see past Chris’ sexuality, not the people in the industry who appreciate Chris and offer him roles, which characters and their stories so far have been very versatile and relatable. And whether those characters are gay or straight has little to nothing to do with that.

Omg this post deserves a million notes! THIS is a perfect response and issues dealing with lgbt+ actors and characters, just wow

chriscolfersgroove:

glorfindel-m:

theawesomenessthatischriscolfer:

gleeksandtheirconfessions:

Of course Chris Colfer’s stint on Hot in Cleveland was about the character’s sexuality. Everything Chris does and will ever do will revolve around sexuality. Too bad he can’t just play “a guy”.

Firstly, I’m pretty sure that Chris has never played a ‘female’ character, or ‘gender queer’ character, so all the characters he has played thus far have all been GUYS.

Also,  Chris has already played a character who’s sexuality was not even remotely anything to do with anything. Carson Philips, as Chris said, was not gay, and nor was his sexuality defined, however. I would also say that every character Chris has played thus far has not revolved around their sexuality. Their sexuality has certainly been a part of who they are, but their story lines have been a lot more complex, than being just about their sexuality.

Do you complain when Johnny Depp, Leonardo DI Caprio, and all the many straight leading men in Hollywood who are cast in predominantly ‘straight’ roles, that these roles very much revolve around their sexuality? Do you make posts complaining that the poor things have to yet again portray a ‘straight guy’?.

Chris is Gay, Leonardo Di Caprio is straight. Chris is offered/portrays predominantly gay characters, LDC is offered/portrays predominantly straight characters. In the future Chris may find a challenging character that he wants to play that may, by happen-chance, be ‘straight’ and LDC may find a challenging character that he wants to play that may, by happen-chance, be ‘Gay’. Both these actors choose their roles very carefully. LDC, as the more established and mature actor, has a larger pool to select from, but as Chris’ career and age progresses, his ‘pool’ will also increase and become more and more diverse.

Sexuality is just one aspect of a character and thus far the characters Chris has been asked to play, although predominantly being of the same sexual orientation that Chris is, have been characters that are very very different from each other and the roles have been/are a great deal more than just being about their sexuality..

Even if Chris ends up playing/being offered characters who’s sexuality is ‘Gay’ from here on in, that does not mean that he has been stereo-typed. What matters is the diversity and the challenge of the role. For example, I do not think you could get a stronger contrast than between the roles of Kurt Hummel and Noel Coward. Even Ryan Kendall’s character and story was very much different to Kurt Hummel’s. The only similarity between these three characters are the fact that they are all gay, but Jack from Titanic, Jay Gatsby, Jordan Belfort and Leonardo Di Caprio’s many other roles have ALL been straight men, but again that is really their only similarity.

I use Leonardo Di Caprio as an example with Chris, because Leonardo, in looks etc, like Chris, is not someone that Hollywood would see as suited to play the stock ‘Rom-Com’ hero, and thank god for that because it has meant that he has been cast in the more juicy, complex and interesting roles, and Chris, because he is so unusual and is also extremely talented as an actor will be more likely to be offered those challenging and meaty roles, rather than the stereo-typical romantic leading man roles that offer no real challenge to play.

If Chris gets half the challenging roles to play in his career that actors like Leonardo di Caprio (And Chris has the potential to become as successful as LDC due to his immense talent) the fact that those roles may all be Gay men, is neither here nor there in the overall challenge and enjoyment of playing/portraying those roles.

Another reason that I put Chris with LDC is that both actors are in this job because they LOVE THE ART!!!! They both crave respect for their work and are not in it for the fame or fortune.

 Chris was told he would be stereotyped, yet so far, he has been given pretty challenging and very diverse roles. The only one reducing those wonderful characters that he has played or is about to play to their sexuality, is YOU confession OP.

Gay people exist. They have just as much importance to be ‘shown’ as straight people do, and you and others have got to stop trying to make out that all Gay actors and Gay characters are immediately the same, by attempting to reduce and devalue the characters to being a stereotypes based on one small aspect of their characterization, which is that they happen to be ‘Gay’, and effectively also saying that if a Gay actor is cast to play a Gay character then they are simply playing themselves because all gay characters shown, immediately become JUST about their sexuality, and any Gay actor playing any role, LGBTQ or straight, immediately reduces that role to just being about sexuality, because they themselves cannot be seen beyond that small aspect of who they are, which is a load of crap, especially when there are so many ‘straight’ characters and straight actors out there who basically are/play the same stock character repeated over and over, yet no one ever claims that the characters are stereotypes because they are ‘straight’, even though they ALL share that commonality, and that all the actors are just playing themselves etc. For those characters, their stereotypical characteristics are listed as being anything and everything but the fact of their sexuality.

Being Gay is natural. It is not something that makes any person, actor or character’s life/story of less value or importance than a straight person, actor, or character’s life/story, so STOP trying to make it all about that.

If Chris gets roles that are basically ‘Kurt Hummel’ over and over again, because people decide to write Kurt Hummel’s over and over again (Thus far Kurt Hummel is a unique character and therefore cannot be called a stereotype), and writers make Kurt Hummel into a ‘stock’ character type, then perhaps you can start to say that he is being stereotyped, but thus far, he is being offered more and more challenging and complex characters, some of whom JUST HAPPEN TO BE GAY which the actor also just happens to be!!!!!

(Jeez, on this issue, I hope I am making sense and it is ultimately clear as to what I am trying to say, because this is DAMNED important to get people to understand, because effectively what this confession is saying is the same old, ‘he’s simply playing himself because he’s playing another Gay man’ or that any role Chris plays will always be simply focusing on and revolving around sexuality)

Perfectly said.I bolded the part that stood out for me especially, but all of it was spot on.

It seems the OP is the one who can’t see past Chris’ sexuality, not the people in the industry who appreciate Chris and offer him roles, which characters and their stories so far have been very versatile and relatable. And whether those characters are gay or straight has little to nothing to do with that.

Omg this post deserves a million notes! THIS is a perfect response and issues dealing with lgbt+ actors and characters, just wow