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thedreadvampy: egyptiann: exigencelost: closet-keys: why none of them got into The Good Place What I love about this is its acknowledgment that Jason had no intentions at all this is all 100% true but it always made me really mad that Chidi’s “crime” was having a severe anxiety disorder like he needed understanding and therapy, sending him to the Bad Place for something he had literally no control over was incredibly fucked up I feel like a less-surface theme of the show is that they’re all in a situation where they have been forced into bad patterns by forces outside their control - Chidi has SEVERE anxiety; Eleanor was forced by abuse and neglect to adopt a self-centered attitude from early childhood and, like many people with traumatic pasts, responds by not dealing with difficult emotions; Jason was very overtly raised in an environment where he got no education and all his models for behaviour were criminal and/or self-destructive; and Tahani has been raised in an environment where everything is performative and she is shot down for any genuine expression of unhappiness or non-material want. Just as Michael and Janet are made one way but changed by their experiences, the moral of the story is that things outside your control shape you but you can move away from them. That could easily be really insulting, in a sort of ‘just get over it’ way, but the idea isn’t that they change solely because they decide to be better - all six of them change because their circumstances change and give them the OPPORTUNITY to be better, because they’re finally given the support system they lack. I like The Good Place because the whole show has since day 1 been predicated on the idea that black and white moral judgements made in a vacuum are bullshit, and that moral choices are informed by things outside our control, whether that be education, behaviour modelling, unfair treatment or mental health issues. That doesn’t mean we aren’t responsible for our actions but it DOES mean we have to understand morality in the context of people’s varied experiences AND asks for the possibility that if their environment is improved, their ability to function as moral agents also improves. : GOOD INTENTIONS GOOD IMPACT < ON OTHERS BAD IMPACT ON OTHERS BAD INTENTIONS thedreadvampy: egyptiann: exigencelost: closet-keys: why none of them got into The Good Place What I love about this is its acknowledgment that Jason had no intentions at all this is all 100% true but it always made me really mad that Chidi’s “crime” was having a severe anxiety disorder like he needed understanding and therapy, sending him to the Bad Place for something he had literally no control over was incredibly fucked up I feel like a less-surface theme of the show is that they’re all in a situation where they have been forced into bad patterns by forces outside their control - Chidi has SEVERE anxiety; Eleanor was forced by abuse and neglect to adopt a self-centered attitude from early childhood and, like many people with traumatic pasts, responds by not dealing with difficult emotions; Jason was very overtly raised in an environment where he got no education and all his models for behaviour were criminal and/or self-destructive; and Tahani has been raised in an environment where everything is performative and she is shot down for any genuine expression of unhappiness or non-material want. Just as Michael and Janet are made one way but changed by their experiences, the moral of the story is that things outside your control shape you but you can move away from them. That could easily be really insulting, in a sort of ‘just get over it’ way, but the idea isn’t that they change solely because they decide to be better - all six of them change because their circumstances change and give them the OPPORTUNITY to be better, because they’re finally given the support system they lack. I like The Good Place because the whole show has since day 1 been predicated on the idea that black and white moral judgements made in a vacuum are bullshit, and that moral choices are informed by things outside our control, whether that be education, behaviour modelling, unfair treatment or mental health issues. That doesn’t mean we aren’t responsible for our actions but it DOES mean we have to understand morality in the context of people’s varied experiences AND asks for the possibility that if their environment is improved, their ability to function as moral agents also improves.
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thedreadvampy: egyptiann: exigencelost: closet-keys: why none of them got into The Good Place What I love about this is its acknowledgment that Jason had no intentions at all this is all 100% true but it always made me really mad that Chidi’s “crime” was having a severe anxiety disorder like he needed understanding and therapy, sending him to the Bad Place for something he had literally no control over was incredibly fucked up I feel like a less-surface theme of the show is that they’re all in a situation where they have been forced into bad patterns by forces outside their control - Chidi has SEVERE anxiety; Eleanor was forced by abuse and neglect to adopt a self-centered attitude from early childhood and, like many people with traumatic pasts, responds by not dealing with difficult emotions; Jason was very overtly raised in an environment where he got no education and all his models for behaviour were criminal and/or self-destructive; and Tahani has been raised in an environment where everything is performative and she is shot down for any genuine expression of unhappiness or non-material want. Just as Michael and Janet are made one way but changed by their experiences, the moral of the story is that things outside your control shape you but you can move away from them. That could easily be really insulting, in a sort of ‘just get over it’ way, but the idea isn’t that they change solely because they decide to be better - all six of them change because their circumstances change and give them the OPPORTUNITY to be better, because they’re finally given the support system they lack. I like The Good Place because the whole show has since day 1 been predicated on the idea that black and white moral judgements made in a vacuum are bullshit, and that moral choices are informed by things outside our control, whether that be education, behaviour modelling, unfair treatment or mental health issues. That doesn’t mean we aren’t responsible for our actions but it DOES mean we have to understand morality in the context of people’s varied experiences AND asks for the possibility that if their environment is improved, their ability to function as moral agents also improves. : GOOD INTENTIONS GOOD IMPACT < ON OTHERS BAD IMPACT ON OTHERS BAD INTENTIONS thedreadvampy: egyptiann: exigencelost: closet-keys: why none of them got into The Good Place What I love about this is its acknowledgment that Jason had no intentions at all this is all 100% true but it always made me really mad that Chidi’s “crime” was having a severe anxiety disorder like he needed understanding and therapy, sending him to the Bad Place for something he had literally no control over was incredibly fucked up I feel like a less-surface theme of the show is that they’re all in a situation where they have been forced into bad patterns by forces outside their control - Chidi has SEVERE anxiety; Eleanor was forced by abuse and neglect to adopt a self-centered attitude from early childhood and, like many people with traumatic pasts, responds by not dealing with difficult emotions; Jason was very overtly raised in an environment where he got no education and all his models for behaviour were criminal and/or self-destructive; and Tahani has been raised in an environment where everything is performative and she is shot down for any genuine expression of unhappiness or non-material want. Just as Michael and Janet are made one way but changed by their experiences, the moral of the story is that things outside your control shape you but you can move away from them. That could easily be really insulting, in a sort of ‘just get over it’ way, but the idea isn’t that they change solely because they decide to be better - all six of them change because their circumstances change and give them the OPPORTUNITY to be better, because they’re finally given the support system they lack. I like The Good Place because the whole show has since day 1 been predicated on the idea that black and white moral judgements made in a vacuum are bullshit, and that moral choices are informed by things outside our control, whether that be education, behaviour modelling, unfair treatment or mental health issues. That doesn’t mean we aren’t responsible for our actions but it DOES mean we have to understand morality in the context of people’s varied experiences AND asks for the possibility that if their environment is improved, their ability to function as moral agents also improves.
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So my lil homegirl who is a dime once dated a dude who told her straight up that she was “cute but not sexy”. Bro. Where u men come from? Like who raised y’all? Who taught u to say shatteringly ugly things to women? Like no woman on earth deserves to hear this! To make matters worse, as I said, this woman is a dime - and a freak lol! Like not a level 6 freak but cot damn near a 10! U men be hella ugly. Hella offensive. I know women can say soul-crushingly ugly things too but I’m not addressing that lol I’m focusing on men. With that said. Comment below something foul a man has told u. Or if u a man, comment something u said that u really mad at yourself for saying. Let’s get a Tuesday support group going. Y’all don’t deserve this, ladies. Y’all already go thru Enuf. I know we ain’t at that black mirror part of humanity yet where we can ACTUALLY block someone’s existence in real life lol so until then, let’s glo up and realize the ignorance and stupidity of those that hurt us and forgive them and pray for them. Unburden yourselves on this day. Y’all forgiven, u poopyheads, bless up 😍😂😂: The things we do for love @DrSmashlove So my lil homegirl who is a dime once dated a dude who told her straight up that she was “cute but not sexy”. Bro. Where u men come from? Like who raised y’all? Who taught u to say shatteringly ugly things to women? Like no woman on earth deserves to hear this! To make matters worse, as I said, this woman is a dime - and a freak lol! Like not a level 6 freak but cot damn near a 10! U men be hella ugly. Hella offensive. I know women can say soul-crushingly ugly things too but I’m not addressing that lol I’m focusing on men. With that said. Comment below something foul a man has told u. Or if u a man, comment something u said that u really mad at yourself for saying. Let’s get a Tuesday support group going. Y’all don’t deserve this, ladies. Y’all already go thru Enuf. I know we ain’t at that black mirror part of humanity yet where we can ACTUALLY block someone’s existence in real life lol so until then, let’s glo up and realize the ignorance and stupidity of those that hurt us and forgive them and pray for them. Unburden yourselves on this day. Y’all forgiven, u poopyheads, bless up 😍😂😂
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srsfunny:The Boy With A Bad Temper: There once was a young boy with a very bad temper. The boy's father wanted to teach him a lesson, so he gave him a bag of nails and told him that every time he lost his temper he must hammer a nail into their wooden fence On the first day of this lesson, the little boy had driven 37 nails into the fence. He was really mad! Over the course of the next few weeks, the little boy began to control his temper, so the number of nails that were hammered into the fence dramatically decreased It wasn't long before the little boy discovered it was easier to hold his temper than to drive those nails into the fence Then, the day finally came when the little boy didn't lose his temper even once, and he became so proud of himself, he couldn't wait to tell his father Pleased, his father suggested that he now pull out one nail for each day that he could hold his temper. Several weeks went by and the day finally came when the young boy was able to tell his father that all the nails were gone Very gently, the father took his son by the hand and led him to the fence You have done very well, my son, he smiled, "but look at the holes in the fence. The fence will never be the same. The little boy listened carefully as his father continued to speak When you say things in anger, they leave permanent scars just like these. And no matter how many times you say you're sorry, the wounds will still be there. srsfunny:The Boy With A Bad Temper

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fletasgf: So recently I was blocked by the head coach for Dallas Fuel on twitter. Now usually I try to stay out of drama, and Dallas Fuel is a team that I don’t really talk about much but if there’s one thing I don’t stand for it is ignorance and discrimination. I want to say, roughly at the end of stage one is when Rascal a previous player for London spitfire was signed over to the Dallas Fuel, for more than one reason but mostly to get more playing time which is something the London Spitfire couldn’t offer to rascal. Now I don’t know the exact extent of this issue between the coach and the players but during stage two I want to say I only saw Rascal play maybe once or twice at most? He’s always benched, because Kyky (The head coach) says Rascal brings clouded atmosphere to the team and is less mature, as stated in the letter above which rascal wrote himself. Rascal wasn’t invited to participate in scrims or even watch them, then was expected to play not even knowing what his teams comps or meta was going to be until right in that moment. What kind of a joke of coaching is that? Then trying to cover it up by saying Rascal refused to play. Kyky has yet to make any statements about this at all, but I’m upset for Rascal for the Dallas Fuel team. This is ridiculous. All I’m saying is that somebody seriously better get this coach before I drag his ass. #PetitionForTessToCoachDallasFuel: AT&T LTE Tweet gjunni @ fleta is #1 META @tsukkiaiga y'all better get this fucking coach before i do Robin K @tisrobin311 A Segment from Dallas Fuel Rascal's Stream se I was 'told by Kyky that I clouded the team atmosphere during (past) games, and showed a less mature form because I got mad. After ded from scrims. d about is this: (Kyky) saying that I just "suddenly decided not to play"? This is completely wrong. ch vs Florida was on the 11th, the match vs Boston on the 15th. During that period AKM was the ever got the chance to participate, along with Harry. We only did ranked and etc. So I could never know what kind of comps they to spectate in scrims. If they decided not to play me like that I'm pretty sure they would have had time to practice comps that didn't use Genji, then it makes me think that they used Genji knowing beforehand that AKM was going to play it. So in other words, I had no idea e day. Although things didn't work out on the the match day, I thought it was just unlucky)because AKM is also an excellent player. We just and play better. But in AKM's discord he mentioned that he wanted me to say sorry. From my perspective, I was forbidden from playing the in scrims. So I had no idea AKM was going to receive direct messages from fans and be hated like that due to his discomfort on playing like that I would have personally announced that there was an internal problem in our team and that I was taken out from the match to Add another Tweet Dallas Fuel Rascal "AKM played Genj in scrims, because I was 'told' by Kyky that I clouded the team atmosphere during (past) games, and showed a less mature form because I got mad. After that, me and Harryhook were excluded from scrims. What I'm 'really mad and frustrated about is this: (Kyky) saying that I just "suddenly decided not to play"? This is completely wrong If you look at our schedule our match vs Florida was on the 11th, the match vs Boston on the 15th. During that period AKM was the one participating in scrims, and I never got the chance to participate, along with Harry. We only did ranked and etc. So I could never know what kind of comps they were planning. I wasn't even invited to spectate in scrims. If they decided not to play me like that I'm pretty sure they would have had time to practice comps that didn't involve Genji. If they were going to use Genji, then it makes me think that they used Genji knowing beforehand that AKM was going to play it. So in other words, I had no idea AKM was practicing Genji until game day. Although things didn't work out on the the match day, I thought it was just unlucky because AKM is also an excellent player. We just thought we had to practice harder and play better. But in AKM's discord he mentioned that he wanted me to say sorry. From my perspective, I was forbidden from playing the matches, because I wasn't allowed in scrims. So I had no idea AKM was going to receive direct messages from fans and be hated like that due to his discomfort on playing Genji. If I knew there was a problem like that I would have personally announced that there was an internal problem in our team and that I was taken out from the match to fans, and apologized to AKM. AT&T LTE 9:07 AM FUEL DAL L AS Kyle Souder Ф @KyKy @KyKy blocked you You are blocked from following @KyKy and viewing @KyKy's Tweets fletasgf: So recently I was blocked by the head coach for Dallas Fuel on twitter. Now usually I try to stay out of drama, and Dallas Fuel is a team that I don’t really talk about much but if there’s one thing I don’t stand for it is ignorance and discrimination. I want to say, roughly at the end of stage one is when Rascal a previous player for London spitfire was signed over to the Dallas Fuel, for more than one reason but mostly to get more playing time which is something the London Spitfire couldn’t offer to rascal. Now I don’t know the exact extent of this issue between the coach and the players but during stage two I want to say I only saw Rascal play maybe once or twice at most? He’s always benched, because Kyky (The head coach) says Rascal brings clouded atmosphere to the team and is less mature, as stated in the letter above which rascal wrote himself. Rascal wasn’t invited to participate in scrims or even watch them, then was expected to play not even knowing what his teams comps or meta was going to be until right in that moment. What kind of a joke of coaching is that? Then trying to cover it up by saying Rascal refused to play. Kyky has yet to make any statements about this at all, but I’m upset for Rascal for the Dallas Fuel team. This is ridiculous. All I’m saying is that somebody seriously better get this coach before I drag his ass. #PetitionForTessToCoachDallasFuel
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