I’m the type of person that procrastinates so much that I regret it…….. later….
you cheeky little shit
1993 vs 2013
He still deserves an Oscar
And they used the take. Knowing that going in was enjoyable.
This a Moonmelon, scientifically knows as asidus. This fruit grows in some parts of Japan, and is known for its vibrant blue color. What you probably don’t know about this fruit is that it can switch flavors after you eat it. Everything sour will taste sweet, everything salty will taste bitter, and it gives water a strong orange-like taste. It’s also very expensive…costing about ￥16000 JPY (which is about 200 dollars).
or you know this could be photoshopped
you tell me
this is alexandrias melon (wow)
it never grows seeds but it can still produce other melons (its magic)
it is grown deep in the jungles of peru and can prevent you from aging well into the hundreds
it is known by the natives there as k’uhul ajaw cacao shi-jiiy.
its really strange how all of these pictures look exactly the same because everything on the internet is true
This is the Peppermeloni. Its scientific name is Tumblrous Pepperonus.
The only known specimen is in a pot in David Karps treasure dungeon. It is a tradition that a single slice is given to every tumblr blog that reaches 500,000 followers.
It has the remarkable property of being as healthy as watermelon but tasting like cheesy pepperoni pizza.
This planet is really just so amazing guys wow.
I was told by Julia not to feed the trolls, but I’m in a fighting mood.
“Calling it murder is wrong on so many levels it’s not even funny.” Meaningless sentence. There are no levels. This is the kind of sentence one uses when they don’t have a point.
“The word “murder” has a clear definition.” Yes, it does. Especially the part about “with malice or forethought” and “Reckless indifference to an unjustifiably high risk to human life”. if one is raped and then bullied to the point of suicide then there is a case here. There are enough examples in the news of how bullying has led people to suicide for people to generally understand that bullying is a major cause of it. That’s right. Bullying causes suicide. Geez, that’s all over the news here in Japan, maybe they understand the connection more than other places. If you bully someone, you are participating in something that has a high risk to the life of the victim. If they die because of it, it could be third-degree murder. You may think this is stretching it, but I believe a motivated lawyer could make the case.
“You’re just twisting it to get attention.” That’s an odd assumption, made by someone who appears to believe that attention has some kind of currency. I don’t know why attention is so important to you that you have to project this on other people, but trust me, other people do not feel this way. I make no money on this or how many notes I get so it feels more like you’re just trying to make a cheap shot more than anything (like the sane comment; my degree is in psychology and I assure you I have credentials in determining sanity).
“ I don’t know about the US, but in Russia you can get in trouble if your intentional actions were clearly the reason someone commited suicide.” I don’t know about the US either, I’m from Canada. Why are you bringing this up? Another assumption?
“And guess what: it’s not called “murder”. It’s a different crime punished by a different degree.” Good for Russia. Completely irrelevant to the rest of us.
“Then there’s the problem of the depcom itself. It basically reads like this: ”A girl got drunk at a party, couldn’t control herself too well, got fucked and then recorded on camera in the process”. Most people who read recent news got that it was about Rehtaeh Parsons, a girl from my home country who was gang raped, photographed during the rape, had the pictures shared by her schoolmates and her life made a living hell until she was forced to kill herself to avoid the bullying. That you didn’t understand this is forgivable considering you’re from Russia, but the personal attacks you felt you had to indulge in make it less so. And look at what you wrote: “ couldn’t control herself too well”. That is rape culture right there. No, it was the boys who couldn’t control themselves. Finger pointing at the woman reveals the misogyny right there.
This is the thing that pisses me off. A girl gets drunk at a party. So it’s okay to gang rape her? Why isn’t it the obvious thing to help her out and make sure she stays safe?
“That’s not rape. As much as some people would want that to be, as much as they twist words around and issue laws that say that’s rape, it is not. ” In Canada, where I am from and where this story is, it is rape. intoxicated people cannot legally consent to sex here and if you have sex with an intoxicated person you can be charged with sexual assault. In Russia, you have your own laws, enjoy them. They are irrelevant to this strip and the circumstances under which it was drawn.
“ It is the girl’s own damn fault as much as the guys’ who fucked her in that state. They all are drunk fucking morons I personally have no sympathy towards.”
This is what a rape apologist looks like. If a girl gets raped, it’s her own fault apparently.
Let me just start by saying I have a lot of respect for you Clay. You illustrate depression fantastically. And while I don’t particularly agree with bullying being the same thing as murder, I can see where you’re coming from, and I understand the sentiment.
However I’ll be goddamned if I don’t call you out on some sexism. If you get so drunk you can’t control your actions, you can’t be absolved just because you’re a girl and sex was involved. If I got so drunk and got into a car and wrecked it, are the people at the party who told me to get into the car going to be blamed for it? No it’s gonna fall on me. If I have my wallet stolen while I’m passed out at the toilet, is the thief going to get blamed? No it’s going to be my dumbass fault for getting so drunk I passed out. And It would still be my fault for not knowing better than to hang out with a bunch of assholes.
I’m not saying the girl deserved to be raped, she didn’t. She wasn’t asking for it, none of that shit. I’m definitely not saying the boys are innocent. And I’m not saying she is solely responsible for the rape. But just because she’s a girl, doesn’t mean she doesn’t hold some responsibility for the repercussions of her actions. No one else but girls in rape scenarios are COMPLETELY absolved of the part they play into getting themselves into that mess.
Wow, there’s a lot of misinformation here. let’s check it out.
I like the sexism remark, because, let’s face it, all the recent situations of this type have all been about women being victimized. I guess pointing this out makes me sexist. I guess the mere fact that the vast majority of rape cases involve women is sexist too. however, rest assured that if it were a man or a trans gender who was raped, I’d still be pissed off. no one deserves to be raped, period.
“If you get so drunk that you can’t control your actions…” … are you suggesting that she coerced the boys into raping her? holy shit.
Actually, if your friends let you get into a car drunk and you kill someone, your friends can be liable in many jurisdictions. for example, here’s a case where someone was charged: http://i.stuff.co.nz/the-press/news/8600425/Man-admits-letting-drunk-friend-drive
If you pass out and a thief takes your wallet and the thief isn’t to blame? this is the most bizarre thing you’ve said. I guess if the theif was caught, the police would just let him go because you were probably asking for it . oh wait, that only happens to rape victims.
on one hand you say they didn’t deserve it, but on the other hand you say they have some responsibility for them being raped. these two opinions obviously conflict with each other. I’m guessing the latter is the stronger opinion given the rape apologist tone in the second paragraph.
me, I want to fight for a world where if a girl makes a human mistake like drinking too much, she isn’t punished with rape and bullying to the point where her life becomes meaningless. what should have happened was that the people around her made sure she was okay, but no, they had to prey on her. you talk like this rape was inevitable, and that somehow her behavior invited it. to me, it’s that kind of thinking that keeps rape culture alive.
This guy gets it ^^^
Also the US media would like to pretend the second does not exist