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Real Carol fans have a book, CAPTAIN MARVEL, on sale every month.
If you’re talking about entitled white assholes, though, screw ‘em.
the pro-life movement can be summed up by the fact that one of my friends who’s pregnant was taking the bus home from downtown when all the people from the March for Life were also leaving and she asked a young girl sitting in the priority seating if she could sit down because she’s pregnant and the girl replied, “well I’m really tired, i was at the march all day.”
Are you fucking joking
Disabled people don’t have special needs. We have very reasonable human needs. Our needs include freedom from abuse, violence, and mistreatment, the right to autonomy and self-direction, the right to represent ourselves, equal opportunity for education and employment, the right to accommodation, and societal inclusion and acceptance.
The need for accommodation isn’t a “special need”. It’s a basic human right. It’s a leveling of the playing field that allows us the same opportunities and chances as non-disabled people.
This is a scan of the Australian DVD for Ridley Scott’s Legend. The summary on the back has disregarded the common convention for giving the actor’s name in brackets and chosen to provide them separated by a comma, leading to this memorable passage:
[…] the fantastic story has Tom Cruise, a mystical forest dweller, chosen by fate to undertake a heroic quest. He must save a beautiful princess, Mia Sara, and defeat the demonic Lord of Darkness, Tim Curry.
(Bolding and highlighting in the image mine.)
Ever since I found this it has been my custom to always refer to Tim Curry in this fashion. I hope you will all join me in this.
One of the things we like about the Internet is that no matter what it is you are interested in, no matter how obscure, no matter how seemingly random, there is someone else out there who is to and you can find them. And you can share what you are interested in with whoever wants to find it. This collection of comic book cartography is case and point. We didn’t know we liked looking at examples of cartography in comic books and now we do.
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