At least I can hope that my being a massive dork is endearing.
Cause it’s all I got, you guys.
Will i ever believe that people genuinely find me attractive, or am i going to spend the rest of my life certain that i’m just being humored?
inquiring minds want to know!
Without the use of Photoshop or any digital manipulation, Korean artist JeeYoung Lee spends weeks converting her tiny Seoul studio into some of the most elaborate installations we’ve seen—for the sake of taking a single photograph.
(Source: mymodernmet.com, via zuky)
As VP of The Xander’s A Douche Club, I hereby nominate the creator of this as secretary
wait, i didn’t know he slept with buffy’s younger sister?!!?!? the rest tho lmao, so fucking true. douche.
It happened in the season 8 comics. This is pretty spectacular summary of why Xander’s the worst. Mixandry 4 Life.
I will always reblog xander hate
a few things science needs to solve before i’ll believe it can come anywhere close to solving the dying thing
- autoimmune diseases that show up for no discernible reason
- chronic pain disorders
i’ve seen so many medical things in my life and the lives of my family members where…
This is exactly why the whole singularity/man-and-machine/futurism (for white dudes where they live forever) movement bugs me TO NO END. When people are like OOOOOOH THE FUTURE, I’M GONNA LIVE FOR-EV-ER (FAME!), I start to wonder: whose future are we talking about? Who gets to live forever (and/or support technological steps to make that happen)?
You never hear about the poor, the working class, people with disabilities, chronic pain or chronic illness, non-neurotypical people in these versions of the future where dying is no longer a thing. Transhumanism has yet to embrace and really include people with disabilities as well—as it stands, it’s “hacking” your body for healthy people so they can become SOOPERHUMAN. (The people who seem to be super into the whole “living forever” thing tend to be wealthy white guys in good health, I’ve noticed—and as notemily noted in her tags!) I guess we die off, and the wealthy/healthy get to inherit the Earth?
I am in an sociology of science and technology program, and I can confirm that the above commentary accurately describes our resident trans humanist