Why do we even have that lever?

Go that way very fast. If something gets in your way, turn

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hc-svnt-dracones:

so, yesterday I was walking the dogs and wearing my super-emblem shirt.

and this dude called across the street at me, “you should be wearing a supergirl shirt, not a superman shirt!”

and I didn’t know how to react, so I called back, “they both wear the same colors!”

and he was like, “Oh, I didn’t know that!”

LIKE

MAYBE 

YOU COULD JUST TRUST THAT THE PERSON WEARING THE SHIRT KNOWS WHAT THEY ARE DOING

?????

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Samuel Vimes dreamed about Clues.
He had a jaundiced view of Clues. He instinctively distrusted them. They got in the way.

And he distrusted the kind of person who’d take one look at another man and say in a lordly voice to his companion, “Ah, my dear sir, I can tell you nothing except that he is a left-handed stonemason who has spent some years in the merchant navy and has recently fallen on hard times,” and then unroll a lot of supercilious commentary about calluses and stance and the state of a man’s boots, when exactly the same comments could apply to a man who was wearing his old clothes because he’d been doing a spot of home bricklaying for a new barbecue pit, and had been tattooed once when he was drunk and seventeen and in fact got seasick on a wet pavement.

What arrogance! What an insult to the rich and chaotic variety of the human experience!

Feet of Clay, Terry Pratchett (via captainofalltheships)

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He who fights with monsters should be careful he doesn’t become a monster himself. Unless that makes him more effective at fighting monsters. Like he becomes a badass werewolf who knows how to use a sword and has magic armor. That’d be so rad.
Nietzsche (via doc-sarge)

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transhumanisticpanspermia:

i have limited sympathy for people who get told “no” after a public proposal because public proposals are pretty much emotionally abusive

like seriously

if you think it’s kinda cute, you can discuss it beforehand and then do a staged one later

but putting someone on the spot in front of a crowd of strangers (or worse, friends) and demanding they give you a yes or no answer to a complex question which will affect the rest of their life is

really not okay

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