The Ramblings of a MC

21 year old Emcee, Reviewer, and Hip Hop Enthusiast. Among other things, I enjoy gaming, Star Wars, Anime, and the like. Expect to see all of this and more, which includes the occasional rant and/or personal text post. Oh, and I'm happily married to Emma Watson. She just doesn't know it yet.

Now Watching: Attack on Titan, Bleach, Black Lagoon, Gotham, Hellsing Ultimate, Impractical Jokers, Jokers Wild, One Piece, and Unforgettable.
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jvh1988:

'What's on Your Mind?' (DVD Extras, 2009)

(via daily-feltson)

bitches-love-cannons:

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I want to do something with him that’s his first time. I’m going to look in his face when he tries ice cream. Every time he has ice cream for the rest of his life, he’s going to see my fucking face.
'I've got to talk to Waste.”
“Who’s Waste?”
“My surgical droid?”
“And you call him Waste? Like waste of space?’
Joe SchreiberDeath Troopers, pg. 107

zombowies:

calling out author kathleen hale for being a sketchy-as-fuck creeper

when you get a bad review of your book, eat a pint of ben and jerrys, feel bummed out, and move on

do not STALK THE PERSON WHO WROTE THE BAD REVIEW, YOU COMPLETE AND UTTER CREEP

goddamn and people are still defending her behaviour when she actually stalked someone, like showed up at their freaking house, all for writing a bad review of her book

So I’m just catching up on this Kathleen Hale nonsense, and I’m just like… What. The. Fuck?

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Someone gives you a bad review on Goodreads and your response is to stalk their social media pages for god knows how long, call them multiple times, and go to their house?

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Just for the simple fact that this whole situation is terrifyingly interesting, I’ll link you to some articles.

1) The crazy lady telling the tale of how she stalked a blogger using a pseudonym.

'Am I being catfished?' An author confronts her number one online critic

2) The numerous articles explaining why what she did was wrong, and calling out the people who support her.

An Open Letter to Kathleen Hale & Guardian Books: Stalking Is Not Okay.

On the importance of pseudonymous activity

The Choices of Kathleen Hale

What happens when The Guardian lets an author gloat about stalking a blogger

The rising costs of membership in the booktalk community

everythingislost:

I know things haven’t been so easy between us lately, that I haven’t been communicating. I think it’s maybe because I was afraid of what I might say because of how angry I was about losing Mom. Mom was… she was really what held all of us together. Without her, I didn’t know what to do. And I think you kind of felt the same way, too. But I want you to know… and this is really important… I don’t blame you for what happened, for her being gone. So please don’t blame yourself.