a good 60% of posts making fun of MRAs are unrebloggable to me bc they throw fatness in there under reasons MRAs are terrible
There’s also some pretty sweet ableism thrown in there a lot of the time, for good measure
Especially when it’s criticising the body-policing misogyny of MRAs, do you see the problem?
I bet before Carlos moved to Night Vale he used to regularly reinvent really useless household appliances all the time.
Like ‘Hey check this out it looks like a regular umbrella but it’s also COMPLETELY FIREPROOF’
and everyone would be like ‘Carlos why the hell would anyone NEED a fireproof umbrella if it’s already raining seriously stick to science’
but in Night Vale everyones like ‘Aw man this is PERFECT for when it starts raining fire/gasoline/literal death’ and Carlos is just like ‘My time has come’
cutman, shadowman, metalman, ringman, turboman
fortuitously these were already almost in order
victims of the 90’s
I’ve been thinking about it for a bit, and I think that I actually have come to like Chromia more after the final issue of Windblade than I did beforehand.
And I’m really looking forward to see how things develop after this event.
(Spoilers Below Cut)
That would be this post by Ana Mardoll, which brings up some excellent points.
And features this very important graphic:
one of the things that fucks me up about steven universe (and transformers, and really any series where there’s a remnant of a once-great group or species or whatever) is the sense of something great crumbling away and knowledge being lost. like as long as someone remembers you and what you did and the way you lived, you aren’t completely dead, but once that is forgotten you’re gone forever.