So everyone I don't know but have fallen in lurv with over the internet has a tumblr and this seemed the best way to see what they are up to. And I'll reblog some of my favs. I guess. Maybe
  • So I am in a mood today (what mood is that I do not know. Somewhere between frustrated, self-righteous and ready to go home), but I was wondering when do you stop following someone? I guess in my experience there is generally that one post that just totally changes my perception of an entire blog. And I kinda hate it. There was one tumblr that I thought was hilarious but then... The Post. Not just the typical "this is my political/religious/ideological take on the world" but the "How can anyone ever think differently than me!" post. The Post. Sure, I saw the signs and knew I might not get along with this person in real life but their tumblr was still hilarious. Except for now it wasn't so much. And those innocent little comments that may have been funny before were now just indicators of the most obnoxious person I have ever imagined (because it was nothing more than and imagining). And like every relationship, real or fictitious, it was time to call it. We just had too little in common. We wanted different things out of blogging and they just couldn't give me what I needed. Oh sure, sometimes I still think of the tumblr fondly. Occasionally I will check back in to see what they are up to but then I realize all of the things that made me end it in the first place.

  • And you?

Reblogged from chrisroberson  315 notes
Female Thor? Seriously? What's next, are you going to create a black Iron Man or reveal that Rogue's mother is transgender?
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kurtbusiek:

brevoortformspring:

Yeah, because those ideas would be horrible! Can’t we go back to the days when everybody in comics was a white dude (except for a few girls who swooned and fell over a lot)?

Also, black Iron Man? 1982.

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…and before that, even, in 1969!