Chet Lemon (tiff)

  1. went through old posts i had faved for the first time in a long time. very fond memories but also how the papaya did we live like this

    about 2 months ago from web
  2. Lmao

    about 3 months ago from web
  3. @scribus i have so much flies dude. i wrote the blog post on flies

    about 6 months ago from web in context
  4. wait i just realised i joined this site about a decade ago now. what the freak?!

    about 6 months ago from web in context
  5. @adiwan oh that's a good one. makes mine look dumb

    about 8 months ago from web in context
  6. esquinde game

    about 8 months ago from web in context
  7. squid game but for horses

    about 8 months ago from web in context
  8. tiff

    about a year ago from web
  9. @scribus aeiou

    about a year ago from web in context
  10. @scribus question mark exclamation point question mark exclamation point question mark exclamation point question mark exclamation point

    about a year ago from web in context
  11. jeff bezos

    about a year ago from web in context
  12. >horses

    about a year ago from web in context
  13. @zeldatra goddammit i hate this

    about a year ago from web in context
  14. @ceruleanspark don't give in

    about a year ago from web in context
  15. kind of like how i prefer calling myself non-religious as opposed to agnostic because agnostic still suggests some sort of internal conflict whereas i simply have no want nor need for religion

    about a year ago from web
  16. @zeldatra there's always agender i guess, i know people who use that term with that kind of sentiment. i feel pretty similarly wrt myself but at the same time changing anything about my identity would just insinuate that i care about it more than i do

    about a year ago from web in context
  17. i logged out for like 8 months and now email notifs are working again

    about a year ago from web in context
  18. @zeldatra so did my party :'(

    about a year ago from web in context
  19. here we...

    about a year ago from web in context
  20. @mrmattimation people have tried to cancel him like every single year but nobody cancels Dan Harmon better than Dan Harmon himself imo

    Saturday, 15-Aug-20 00:56:48 UTC from web in context
  21. that being said, of course people have room to improve themselves. like if you did a dumb thing pre-2014 that was ignorant in a non-malevolent way then I don't really care, but that seems to be the demo that a lot of cancel culturinos cling to because they see morality as some prescriptive immutable thing as if the world hasn't been in a constant state of unlearning certain dynamics and biases

    Tuesday, 30-Jun-20 15:40:33 UTC from web
  22. @scribus oh yeah that too, I was thinking about the industry at large but also individual people saying "I didn't know this racist thing I actively engaged in was racist" is something I don't often buy

    Tuesday, 30-Jun-20 15:36:52 UTC from web in context
  23. @scribus the sentiment is nice and all but working from the societal equivalent of an F to a C- and calling it a day is not the big move they must think it is

    Tuesday, 30-Jun-20 09:26:14 UTC from web in context
  24. @mrmattimation sure is

    Monday, 29-Jun-20 23:23:39 UTC from web in context
  25. what's funny to me is, I feel like the first time I learned about blackface when I was around 5, I was immediately able to discern that it's not something that is okay to do. not that I didn't go through the process of learning/unlearning a lot of racist stuff in my lifetime, but that one just always seemed like kind of a no brainer to me. that being said I am surprised (though probably shouldn't be) at just how common it actually is, and how many people I've known who apparently always thought it was fine

    Monday, 29-Jun-20 23:22:53 UTC from web
  26. was about to joke about how like 50% of Always Sunny will get thanos'd but i googled it and how are netflix only removing a single episode lmaoo

    Monday, 29-Jun-20 23:18:47 UTC from web in context
  27. @mrmattimation I dunno how far exactly I'd go to defend these sorts of jokes but pretty much every example I can think of is pretty obviously a subversive criticism *of* blackface. Obviously I am not the person who can/should decide if that makes it more okay, but I feel like removing these scenes is stifling discussions of anti-racism if anything. Like just put the disclaimer in front like WB and Disney or whatever

    Monday, 29-Jun-20 23:17:39 UTC from web in context
  28. I know that they're pulling an episode of Community for implied blackface, and without even reading into it I know the exact scene they're talking about and I sincerely do not believe that a single person with any stake in societal progression watched that scene and thought it was actually a problem

    Monday, 29-Jun-20 10:45:08 UTC from web in context
  29. @mrmattimation I would prefer it for future reference if POC actors got to voice POC characters, especially in the current industry where they aren't getting the same treatment or opportunities as white people; but I absolutely agree that this current wave of networks removing TV episodes with instances of racism and actors conveniently regretting voicing POC roles all of a sudden is largely posturing in the absence of actual willingness to, you know, hire and support and pay POC. I also don't think it's a particularly far reach to suggest that companies are just pretending this is what activists are asking for as some sort of psyop, since it will most likely push the needle back in their favour (i.e. still not hiring, supporting and paying POC)

    Monday, 29-Jun-20 10:42:30 UTC from web in context
  30. in the mood to chase someone off the site again, quick someone say something headass

    Sunday, 28-Jun-20 23:13:09 UTC from web in context