The hanky code died out because not everyone has back pockets.

Activision-Blizzard Picket Line Today 

Please do not play any of these games today to support those striking.
Call of Duty, Crash Bandicoot, Guitar Hero, Tony Hawk's, Spyro/Skylanders, World of Warcraft, Starcraft, Diablo, Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm, Overwatch, and Candy Crush Saga.

Joker on a massive pile of weed.
"I'm burning my half."

UK person first hearing about "biscuits and gravy": .... Americans.

US person first hearing about "candy floss": ... Dafuq you on, UK?

What drives you from your warm and cozy bed each morning?

Foxes are full of sushi thanks to @troodon !!!! Send dragons all the love! And more feesh!

(Other foxes @Kyresti and @KitRedgrave were present at the feedening and I ❤ them and Green too!)

Side rooms in games that need one (1) lockpick to access, and contain a bunch of loot, including one (1) lockpick, are not "special resource spaces" but just tests of how rich you are.

Lawsuit hinging on whether ghosts exist 

TIL there was once a lawsuit that rested on whether Warner Bros could prove that ghosts were real:

avclub.com/warner-bros-settles

"an author named Gerald Brittle filed a fascinating lawsuit against Warner Bros. over the Conjuring movies, claiming that he owned the exclusive rights to the stories of paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren because they had agreed to sign over the rights in 1980 when he was writing a book about their cases called The Demonologist. The Conjuring movies are also based on the Warren’s cases, but when Brittle sued Warner Bros. over this, the studio said that he couldn’t control the rights to the stories because they’re “historical facts.” That prompted Brittle to explain that the stories can’t be facts because they involve ghosts, and ghosts aren’t real, meaning that this was all basically leading toward Warner Bros. having to prove that ghosts exist in order to avoid paying Brittle the $900 million he was suing for."

re: History of Aradia Pt 3 

I have footage of my giant Rebis from Doom Patrol montage I painted on my dorm's hall wall sitting on a VHS tape in my basement which I really want to scan but I also don't want to interact with the rest of that tape so *shrug*.

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History of Aradia Pt 2, CW: semi-gross Alien-ness 

When I was in college a bunch of my friends collaborated on making this atrocity for a Halloween dorm door decoration competition. It did not win. It did, however, stay up throughout the semester, covered in congealing Vaseline. People used to come up to it at night stoned and stare at it. I think we titled it "Spunkmeier and the Marriott Special".

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History of Aradia Pt 1 

I found a few pics lying around and wanted to check them out. Here's my 1987 (?) Halloween costume of Alpha Centauri from Doctor Who. I remember taking it to a school dance but that's about it.

Once more the shower remains my nemesis, preventing me from skipping right to breakfast.

Transphobia, Amazon books 

#1 LGBT book on Amazon is an anti-trans book called "Irreversible Damage: The Transgender Craze Seducing Our Daughters" that proposes trans people are mentally ill amazon.com/gp/bestsellers/book

The terrible lesson newcomers learn is that Seattle public transportation does not understand how to travel East-West.

Dinner tonight - pasta Alfredo a la Coyfop and Fox! Pasta and sauce were handmade.

It should be a test for actors to appear suave or sexy while wheeling out the trash.

New Seattle alternatives to 911 Mobile Site 

A new mobile site has launched to help you find alternatives to dialing 911 in the Seattle area!
not911.me/
It provides resources for categories such as:
- Housing
- Mental Health
- LGBTQIA+
- Health & Substance Abuse
- Violence
- Legal
- Youth

Please spread this resource!

"Love is not logical" is a phrase often touted as an example of non-Aristotlian logic, which is, by the Oxford definition, "a particular system or codification of the principles of proof and inference". Love, though, can be proved and inferred easily enough. What it is not, is *simple*. You cannot create definitions that immediately communicate who should love who, or why. It may be impossible to describe why you are in love, what neurotransmitters have stimulated that feeling in you. But if you start with the assumption that you are in love, there are known reactions that will follow. You may be protective, excited, fascinated, intimidated, defensive, lustful, intellectually stimulated, or even just plain at peace when another's presence calms the churning within you. Love, once assumed, is logical. "A person like you shouldn't love someone like them" is a bad faith argument that assumes the conditions of love are easily quantifiable. They are far more complex though.
Assume love, and the rest will follow.

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