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Bad, Crazy, and Love: LAG Fissure: "I think Rascal and I were both in the same boat regarding today's news. Let's go back to the past. There is no one better than me who can empathize with him, so lI'm confident I can organize this case in the best way. The day I was released from London was Feb. 20th, and Rascal on the 21st. When I came to Gladiators, there was a 3 day break. The first thing I felt coming here was the issue everyone had talked about culture difference. I felt that the majority of the players had low work ethic regarding this job. Of course, not anymore. But when I first came here thinking ' will get this team to a higher rank and improve my value to my eyes the teammates were not practicing despite their bad performance in stage 1. It was an off-season break of course, but when Rascal and I are in a similar situation like that, where you are transferred from a top performing team you have no choice but to feel serious about it. I don't know about Dallas but I personally talked with the GM of LAG. I told him "I really want to improve this team and get us higher in the rankings, but they don't seem to have the mentality to try harder. If this goes on, I don't think I can keep up." And he listened. He gathered all the LAG players in one spot had a discussion, and told the players that they needed to make the proper atmosphere for Fissure, and then we can do better next stage. Of course, English was really hard for me. I usually almost never get triggered in scrims but I think I got frustrated for the first time during scrims in LAG due to English. I thought l was going crazy. How do I make specific orders in another language? I knew we could win with this shotcall of mine, but I couldn't convey it. So in the beginning I fought with the LAG players a lot, and naturally we apologized to each other for whatever we did. Since then we're really doing well and we have a good atmosphere. I think this is where we can see the difference between Dallas and Gladiators There is no one who can connect the Korean and English players in the game. We have Bischu. I talk to him in Korean and he translates it for me. Rascal must have been in the same situation, I can imagine how frustrated he had been. If I didn't have Bischu I would probably be in the news today as well. "Farewell to Fissure (1/2) 6 167 261 I'm sure that Rascal had fights with his team regarding that because that's exactly what I went through. But I apologized to my teammates after, and they did too. If you look at our recent matches we hugged when winning, and I love my team. I don't think Rascal was able to make that environment yet The language barrier made it hard for Rascal and the team to understand each other and he couldn't endure from that frustration. In the article it says "Rascal avoided communication." No, this is not the case. Rascal does want to communicate, but what can he do? He can't speak English. No one can translate for him in-game. I think Rascal got distressed because of that. I would have done the same As for EFFECT, He was with Envyus members since APEX. Rascal was in Dallas for only a month. The period is incomparable. I had been upset because of this issue as well and got triggered during scrims. When you really want to say something and you can't because of the language it is really, really frustrating. Then the coaches come to me and ask Why aren't you being active and more talkative in scrims??". I WANT TO. BUT I CAN'T. Do you know how they had replied to that? "Try harder". Even they can't solve this issue. Thankfully I became better because Bischu managed to alleviate this problem for us in-game. It's thanks to him that I am remaining here. Hey Daemin, you feel that too right? Having to learn Chinese to do comms. But what can you do? You only have to tray harder. It's the same for every player who needs to learn another language to adapt. I'm saying this because I'm afraid Rascal's reputation might be damaged when moving to another team Rascal doesn't have bad mentality or personality. The language barrier problem is that hard to solve. I've been in the same team as Rascal. He does not avoid communication he always tries to talk. It's just really hard to solve. In my opinion Bischu's player value will be very high next season. I am confident maybe somewhere below Jjonak and Carpe. Why? A lot of teams will want bilingual players. There will certainly be many teams who need that next season. I heard that Bischu already had a lot of offers (due to his ability). On top of that his personality is amazing. If he gets his mechanical skill to that level? His value will be on par with Jionak & Carpe. He lived overseas since he was young So yeah I wanted to say this, because this kind of news can be misunderstood very easily." (2/2) 6 167 261 lanerobertsappreciationsociety: wet-raccoon:What Fissure said on his stream about the Dallas v Rascal situation Fissure the MVP 

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Being Alone, Ass, and Crazy: terrycrews @terrycrews 59m This whole thing with Harvey Weinstein is giving me PTSD. Why? Because this kind of thing happened to ME. (1/Cont.) 70乜1.SK ㅇ2.6K terrycrews @terrycrews 59m My wife n I were at a Hollywood function last year n a high level Hollywood executive came over 2 me and groped my privates. (2/cont.) terrycrews @terrycrews 59m Jumping back I said What are you doing?! My wife saw everything n we looked at him like he was crazy. He just grinned like a jerk. (3/cont.) terrycrews @terrycrews 59m I was going to kick his ass right then thing would appear. (4/cont.) but I thought twice about how the whole terrycrews @terrycrews 59m "240 lbs. Black Man stomps out Hollywood Honcho" would be the headline the next day. (5/cont.) terrycrewsネ@terrycrews-58m Only I probably wouldn't have been able to read it because I WOULD HAVE BEEN IN JAIL. So we left. (6/cont.) terrycrews @terrycrews 59m That night and the next day I talked to everyone I knew that worked with him about what happened. 7/cont.) terrycrewsネ@terrycrews-59m He called me the next day with an apology but never really explained why he did what he did. (8/cont.) terrycrews @terrycrews 58m I decided not 2 take it further becuz I didn't want 2b ostracized- par 4 the course when the predator has power n influence. (9/cont.) terrycrews @terrycrews 58m I let it go. And I understand why many women who this happens to let it go. (10/cont.) terrycrews @terrycrews 59m Who's going 2 believe you? (few) What r the repercussions? (many) Do u want2 work again? (Yes) R you prepared 2b ostracized?(No(11/cont.) terrycrews @terrycrews 58m I love what I do. But it's a shame and the height of disappointment when someone tries to takes advantage of that. (12/cont.) terrycrews @terrycrews 58m He knows who he is. But sumtimes Uhav2 wait & compare notes w/ others who've been victimized in order 2gain a position of strength. (13cont) terrycrews@terrycrews 58m I understand and empathize with those who have remained silent. But Harvey Weinstein is not the only perpetrator. (14/cont.) terrycrews @terrycrews 59m Hollywood is not the only business we're this happens, and to the casualties of this behavioryou are not alone. (15/cont.) 010乜491 ㅇ 1.4K terrycrews @terrycrews 58m Hopefully, me coming forward with my story will deter a predator and encourage someone who feels hopeless. (16/end) youngsamberg: i love terry crews
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Ignorant, Life, and Memes: Protesters don't block traffic to gain your support. They do it so you can see what if feels like to be stuck in a powerless situation How do you respond to this situation? Are you calm and peaceful? Do you want to spend years organizing political talks about it? Nope, you want to run those protesters over, kill them, kill them all. If you want to kill protesters who have you stuck in traffic, imagine what you would want to do to a system that patrols, harasses and kills you. The sooner you learn perspective the sooner you won't have to be stuck in traffic. Posted this earlier and was bombarded with "what about emergency vehicles what if I'm going to the hospital" etc etc. First of all, understand that these protestors are human, they are not trying to kill anyone, and they will let emergency vehicles pass by. You're not going to protest against an injust system and then choose not to let an ambulance through. There is only ONE instance of this happening after countless protests across the US. Next rebuttal "these people should get jobs; not everyone can just protest all day" these people do have jobs (thanks to our capitalist system you must have a job-jobs to survive bc things like healthcare aren't provided universally 🙃🙃) but are using their little free time to fight for equality and fight against a system that actively oppresses them. If you can spend your free time doing activities like watching TV, shopping, cooking, etc then congratulations but some people are tired of being victims of an oppressive system and want to fight back. "You're keeping people from getting to their jobs" if this is your response please reread the post because clearly you missed the point. TLDR: If you see a group of oppressed people protesting and your first thought is that they're wrong, maybe stop and consider that that have a reason to protest! Think about other people and imagine being ignored and silenced your entire life to the point where the ONLY way you can be heard is by shutting a highway down. 😞 Y'all if you follow me then I know you understand sexism so please apply these same concepts to racism and classism. It's super disappointing to see a bunch of privileged-ignorant-selfish responses when I post about things deeper than "puppies not patriarchy." stop! Think! Try to understand and empathize! Don't automatically get defensive!!!!

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Bad, Crazy, and Facts: 13 hrs- Guess what if a protest doesn't cause a reaction, it's not a protest. It's a sanctioned walk with a bunch of strangers holding inspirational craft projects. If you disagree with it, it's because you're supposed to. It's bound to happen to everyone eventually. Instead of brushing people off as crazy try to empathize or at least sympathize with their cause. Talk about it in a respectful manner with the people who you disagree with and you both might come away with an enlightened point of view LikeCommentShare DO You, and 24 others turned to rioting and destruction and violence. Much different Like Reply 1 5hrs Some of the protests during the inauguration turned violent and thats inexcusable, but the Women's Marches across the country were very peaceful. We shouldnt let a few extreme individuals taint the message of solidarity with marginalized groups, especially when those groups do not condone violence or extremism Like Reply 05-5hrs Yes some were and some werent CHeers to not letting fear rule over facts Like Reply 1 4 hrs he Woman's Marches were remarkably peaceful with zero arrests in multiple cities Like Reply 2 hrs lots of litter though.. what does that say about them? Like Reply 1hr Relatively littie considering the size of the event Unlike Reply 01-1hr <p><a href="http://memehumor.tumblr.com/post/156282832593/protesters-are-rioters-well-actually-theyre-just" class="tumblr_blog">memehumor</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Protesters are rioters! Well actually they’re just littering but that’s just as bad!</p></blockquote>

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Memes, India, and Lookout: SHARE Newsner LIKE Boy approaches car to ask for change but when he looks inside, he bursts into tears BY NEWSNER A lot of well-off people look at poor people with mistrust. They assume that people asking for money on the streets are delinquents or thieves on the lookout for anything they can get their hands on. But in truth, people living in poverty often turn out to be more generous and empathic than those who live comfortable lives. An example of this is a little boy named John Thuo. He lives in Nairobi, Kenya, where like many other poor kids, he used to beg for money on the streets. John Thou used to spend his days on the streets of Nairobi, Kenya begging for money. It's something that irrates many drivers, because they assume that the beggers are most likely thieves. However, John Thuo proved that he's not only not a thief, but he also has a heart of gold. One day, the boy was out begging when he approached a car to ask for money. But when he looked inside, John was struck by something unusual he saw. The driver of the car was hooked up to tubes and breathing oxygen out of a tank. The woman's name is Gladys Kamande. She's 32 years old, and she explained to John that her lungs had collapsed, so she couldn't breathe properly and had to carry the oxygen tanks with her in order to stay alive. John was shocked to realize that in spite of his poverty, there are people in the world who are worse off than he is—because they don't even have their health. Moved to tears, John offered Gladys all the money that he'd taken in that day and held her hand through the window. A passerby noticed the incident, took some photos, and told the story on the internet. And within a few days, the story had gone viral and triggered a a chain of events that would change both John and Gladys' lives forever. After Gladys' story spread, thousands of donations poured in. In total, kindhearted strangers contributed $80,000 to enable her to travel to India and receive treatment. And how is John doing? Well, after all of the attention he received on social media, he was finally rescued from the streets and adopted into a loving home. The woman who adopted him, Nissy Wambugu, also gave him the opportunity to start studying! In the end, John's gesture of kindness helped not just Gladys—

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Amy Schumer, Asian, and College: grumpthegrump Dazzle Me /06/14 7:59pm I think you have to differentiate between kinds of empathy here. Yes, I can personally empathize with a man who gets raped. But so what? I don't care about rape as a particular form of physical violence, as a woman, just because it hurts people. I care about it because it's a politically charged form of violence. Similarly, I don't really have any particular interest in reading political articles on forms of violence that women suffer that aren't politically charged Here the only political significance that women raping men seems to have is that it makes men stronger socially. And yeah, I think that's way more important and significant than what it does to them privately Really, it's the ultimate privilege to be protected, by society, from your own private experience like this. You feel attacked? No! You haven't been attacked, you've won!And we're going to just ignore your feelings and keep treating you like a winner. That's the best way that society could possibly treat you. It couldn't possibly get any better itm ihxt I realize now, though, that part of this is probably because I don't think that ending rape is a realistic end goal of feminism or any movement. Ive always assumed there will always be rape in the world. Just like I've always assumed there will always be murder. What I thought needed to be addressed was its political significance 83 Reply <p><a href="http://fraggle-rockstar.tumblr.com/post/121325022056/mr-cappadocia-over-4-in-10-participants-43" class="tumblr_blog">fraggle-rockstar</a>:</p> <blockquote><p><a href="http://mr-cappadocia.tumblr.com/post/121294818542/over-4-in-10-participants-43-experienced-sexual" class="tumblr_blog">mr-cappadocia</a>:</p> <blockquote><blockquote><p>Over 4 in 10 participants (43%) experienced sexual coercion: more specifically, the participants reported: verbal coercion (31%,n86), seduction coercion (26%,n73), physical coercion (18%,n52), and substance coercion (7%,n19). Rates were comparable across high school and college students. Racial differences were found such that Asian participants reported significantly lower rates of sexual coercion than Black, White, and Latino participants. <b>Ninety-five percent of the respondents reported women as the perpetrators</b>; participants also described internal obligation, seductive, and peer pressure tactics in descriptions of coercion experiences.</p></blockquote><p>Try this… have you ever had a woman verbally ask for my consent. Did she ask every time you had sex, or engaged in any kind of sexual activity? Because if she hasn’t, according to Feminists, she’s a rapist.</p><p>But Feminists never apply that standard to themselves. Consider feminist darling Amy Schumer.</p><figure data-orig-width="500" data-orig-height="281" class="tmblr-full"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/02994d1f3bd4f19eac0ae87228323e45/tumblr_inline_npsqxcGVOu1sz1fmg_540.jpg" alt="image" data-orig-width="500" data-orig-height="281"/></figure><p>She gave <a href="http://www.vulture.com/2014/05/read-amy-schumers-ms-gala-speech.html">a motivational speech</a> where she talked about how she gained her confidence the day she had sex with a man that was so intoxicated he passed out while they were fucking.</p><p>Now, let’s spin this…. Imagine a male comedian talking about how the day he really came into his own was the day he was fucking some drunk girl that was so drunk she literally and repeatedly passed out while they were fucking.</p><p>You’d call him a rapist. You *know* you would.</p><p>But because it’s Amy Schumer she gets infinite fucking passes. From Feminists. Just like Lena Dunham did.</p><p>Feminists aren’t anti rape. Hell, if this proves anything they’re pro rape… so long as the victim is male. Then it’s fucking motivational.</p></blockquote> <p>She didn’t rape him, considering according to this, he initiated it.</p><p>However, feminists would call it rape if the genders were swapped.</p></blockquote> <p>They absolutely would. Even if somebody &ldquo;initiates&rdquo; sex while completely intoxicated and passing out, I think that&rsquo;s pretty darn close to rape, at least if the other party was more aware of themselves. And let&rsquo;s not forget that god awful movie she&rsquo;s in that I keep being unfortunate enough to see the ads for. &ldquo;My charity work is that I slept with a lot of fat guys in college&rdquo;. Gag me.</p>
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Amy Schumer, Asian, and College: grumpthegrump Dazzle Me /06/14 7:59pm I think you have to differentiate between kinds of empathy here. Yes, I can personally empathize with a man who gets raped. But so what? I don't care about rape as a particular form of physical violence, as a woman, just because it hurts people. I care about it because it's a politically charged form of violence. Similarly, I don't really have any particular interest in reading political articles on forms of violence that women suffer that aren't politically charged Here the only political significance that women raping men seems to have is that it makes men stronger socially. And yeah, I think that's way more important and significant than what it does to them privately Really, it's the ultimate privilege to be protected, by society, from your own private experience like this. You feel attacked? No! You haven't been attacked, you've won!And we're going to just ignore your feelings and keep treating you like a winner. That's the best way that society could possibly treat you. It couldn't possibly get any better itm ihxt I realize now, though, that part of this is probably because I don't think that ending rape is a realistic end goal of feminism or any movement. Ive always assumed there will always be rape in the world. Just like I've always assumed there will always be murder. What I thought needed to be addressed was its political significance 83 Reply <p><a href="http://mr-cappadocia.tumblr.com/post/121294818542/over-4-in-10-participants-43-experienced-sexual" class="tumblr_blog">mr-cappadocia</a>:</p> <blockquote><blockquote><p>Over 4 in 10 participants (43%) experienced sexual coercion: more specifically, the participants reported: verbal coercion (31%,n86), seduction coercion (26%,n73), physical coercion (18%,n52), and substance coercion (7%,n19). Rates were comparable across high school and college students. Racial differences were found such that Asian participants reported significantly lower rates of sexual coercion than Black, White, and Latino participants. <b>Ninety-five percent of the respondents reported women as the perpetrators</b>; participants also described internal obligation, seductive, and peer pressure tactics in descriptions of coercion experiences.</p></blockquote><p>Try this… have you ever had a woman verbally ask for my consent. Did she ask every time you had sex, or engaged in any kind of sexual activity? Because if she hasn’t, according to Feminists, she’s a rapist.</p><p>But Feminists never apply that standard to themselves. Consider feminist darling Amy Schumer.</p><figure data-orig-width="500" data-orig-height="281" class="tmblr-full"><img src="https://78.media.tumblr.com/02994d1f3bd4f19eac0ae87228323e45/tumblr_inline_npsqxcGVOu1sz1fmg_540.jpg" alt="image" data-orig-width="500" data-orig-height="281"/></figure><p>She gave <a href="http://www.vulture.com/2014/05/read-amy-schumers-ms-gala-speech.html">a motivational speech</a> where she talked about how she gained her confidence the day she had sex with a man that was so intoxicated he passed out while they were fucking.</p><p>Now, let’s spin this…. Imagine a male comedian talking about how the day he really came into his own was the day he was fucking some drunk girl that was so drunk she literally and repeatedly passed out while they were fucking.</p><p>You’d call him a rapist. You *know* you would.</p><p>But because it’s Amy Schumer she gets infinite fucking passes. From Feminists. Just like Lena Dunham did.</p><p>Feminists aren’t anti rape. Hell, if this proves anything they’re pro rape… so long as the victim is male. Then it’s fucking motivational.</p></blockquote>
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