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richard castle in 7x04

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posted 1 day ago with 515 notes · originally alwayswiththecoffee
tagged: #i died  #castle 

madnessinthemusic:

does anyone else literally get stressed out by how many shows they need to watch like

  • "oh is the second season of that out?"
  • "but i need to watch that one too-"
  • "but all of my friends are telling me to watch that one"
  • *stress*

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castle + one emoji per episode

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posted 3 days ago with 1,884 notes · originally youwillgofar
tagged: #emooojjiiiiissss  #castle 

thelostie:

"Being normal is vastly overrated." (Halloweentown, 1998)

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posted 4 days ago with 1,406 notes · originally archemicstar
tagged: #pretty much  #castle 
gustaff25:

Run minho Run!

gustaff25:

Run minho Run!

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posted 1 week ago with 1,247 notes · originally gustaff25
magpieandwhale:

rhlibrary:

Horrorstör by Grady Hendrix.
Something strange is happening at the Orsk furniture superstore in Cleveland, Ohio. Every morning, employees arrive to find broken Kjerring wardrobes, shattered Brooka glassware and vandalized Liripip sofa beds—clearly, someone or something is up to no good. To unravel the mystery, five young employees volunteer for a long dusk-till-dawn shift—and they encounter horrors that defy imagination.
A traditional haunted house story in the form of a retail catalog.

Um. I think that defines amazeballs.

magpieandwhale:

rhlibrary:

Horrorstör by Grady Hendrix.

Something strange is happening at the Orsk furniture superstore in Cleveland, Ohio. Every morning, employees arrive to find broken Kjerring wardrobes, shattered Brooka glassware and vandalized Liripip sofa beds—clearly, someone or something is up to no good. To unravel the mystery, five young employees volunteer for a long dusk-till-dawn shift—and they encounter horrors that defy imagination.

A traditional haunted house story in the form of a retail catalog.

Um. I think that defines amazeballs.

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typingsdrawings:

deskgirl:

pyrositshere:

internetgoose:

I’m gonna depress the hell out of all of you. ready? ok go

so, that “stop devaluing feminized work post”

nice idea and all

but the thing is, as soon as a decent number of women enter any field, it becomes “feminized,” and it becomes devalued.

as women enter a field in greater number, people become less willing to pay for it, the respect for it drops, and it’s seen as less of a big deal. it’s not about the job- it’s about the number of women in the job.

observe what happened with biology. it’s STEM, sure, but anyone in a male-dominated science will sneer at the idea of it being ‘for real,’ nevermind that everyone sure took it more seriously when it was a male dominated field. so has happened with scores of other areas; nursing comes to mind

so the thing is, it’s not the work or the job that has to be uplifted and seen as more respectable. it will never work out, until people start seeing women as respectable

but there’s a doozy and who the fuck knows if it’s ever happening in my life time

"observe what happened with biology. it’s STEM, sure, but anyone in a male-dominated science will sneer at the idea of it being ‘for real,’ nevermind that everyone sure took it more seriously when it was a male dominated field."

Personal anecdote time!  I’m in a biology graduate program.  An acquaintance wanted to introduce some guy to me because his son was thinking about becoming an undergrad science major.  When he found out I was in the biology department, he grinned and said, “Well, I guess that’s kind of related to science.”

I gave him what I hope was an icy look and said, “Isn’t it strange how men outside the field started saying that right around the time biology majors shifted from mostly male to mostly female?”

The guy got this look on his face like he was about to play the “just a joke” card, and then an older woman who had been standing nearby, talking to someone else, turned to me and said, “The same thing happened with real estate.”  She went on to explain that, over the course of the career, the male-to-female ratio among real estate agents had dropped, and the pay and “prestige factor” of that job dropped along with it.

Same thing happened to literature. Used to be poetry was the medium of educated men, and novels were “the trashy, unprofessional writings” of women. The more poetry women wrote, the less esteemed it became, and the more men wrote novels, the more value novels had. Now YA novels are frowned on, and also considered women’s territory. If I could find it, I read a few months ago the personal experiences of a female scifi writer and the bias there. Women are expected to write “less intelligent” soft scifi while hard scifi is for men and considered superior. One is valued more than the other based on the genders that tended to write them, and now men and women are pigeon-holed into those genres and disrespected if they don’t adhere to them.

This is probably like 90% of the reason for the backlash of “Anti-gamers” when it comes to women in nerd culture. Nerd culture isn’t really respected anyway and even though it originated as a massive boys AND girls club (really more a girls club since the first ever sci-fi nerd convention was created by women for their love of star trek) but there’s probably a subconscious knowledge that whatever respect they do have (and it’s getting more respect right now too thanks to nerds growing up into people with money and making movies) that it’ll be “lost” if taken over by women because we’ve been taught over and over again that women ruin everything.

NO GURLZ ALLOWED!!!

Why? Because we live in a society that has been hard wired for centuries that to BE a woman is weak so anything women excel at must be also weak and of no value, hence why we try to keep women out of EVERYTHING and then once they get in people scoff and go “yeah well it wasn’t that hard to begin with that’s the only reason you got in at all…”

The same thing is also happening with the arts/graphic design/advertising community. Although female artists have always been erased and eroded from history, now that the field is almost startlingly dominated by women doing visually artistic things are considered “feminine” and therefore undesirable entirely. Anybody else living in a city that thinks outdoor art and art gallery openings are a “waste of tax payer dollars”?

The advertising field is going through some serious growing pains right now. Almost all the biggest Creative Directors are male (playing out their mad men-esque fantasies I can only surmise) and doing all they can do to combat the fact that there’s less and less macho attitude and male youth in the field. They don’t like it when you don’t laugh at their sexist racist jokes trust me.

And it’s no coincidence or surprise that now there’s all these shitty web companies cropping up like Fiverr and Wix trying to get you to pay bottom dollar or do it yourself. Because I mean, if women do it, it must not be very hard or take any skill or training.

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posted 1 week ago with 22,591 notes · originally internetgoose

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posted 1 week ago with 3,383 notes · originally littledallilasbookshelf
tagged: #NANO SOON 

cerigg:

these little brains, so angry all the time!

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