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chamiryokuroi: rainy-days-will-never-end: dietmountainmadewka: relatablepicturesofhomersimpson: cathugging: relatablepicturesofhomersimpson: philhollywood: I always wondered about this room. Where is it? Whenever you notice something like that, a wizard did it. behind the garage And that’s the end of that mystery why the simpsons got a bigger house than my parents Homer is a nuclear engineer This post made me realize that Homer is in fact a Nuclear engineer… Except he isn’t. Homer is a low-level safety inspector at the plant, and his family is perpetually broke which is a plot point in many episodes. So we can just assume family money, mob connections, or perhaps indeed wizards are responsible for his large home.Or as someone else pointed out in the notes, property values in Springfield could just be catastrophically low allowing one to buy a large house even for a meager salary.: chamiryokuroi: rainy-days-will-never-end: dietmountainmadewka: relatablepicturesofhomersimpson: cathugging: relatablepicturesofhomersimpson: philhollywood: I always wondered about this room. Where is it? Whenever you notice something like that, a wizard did it. behind the garage And that’s the end of that mystery why the simpsons got a bigger house than my parents Homer is a nuclear engineer This post made me realize that Homer is in fact a Nuclear engineer… Except he isn’t. Homer is a low-level safety inspector at the plant, and his family is perpetually broke which is a plot point in many episodes. So we can just assume family money, mob connections, or perhaps indeed wizards are responsible for his large home.Or as someone else pointed out in the notes, property values in Springfield could just be catastrophically low allowing one to buy a large house even for a meager salary.

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kuramirocket: screechingstudentperson: queenofallswans: daisydaydreamcarrie: sixpenceee: Have you guys heard of the cards of destiny or birthday cards? According to some sources, it is the original science of the common 52 playing cards. The card that you were born (refer to the above chart) will supposedly offer valuable detail about your personality, year, love life, family, career and other trends. It’s similar to a horoscope. An excerpt from this website talks about the connections behind these cards: There are many significant relationships for a deck of cards that are common with our calendar and numerology. There are four suits of thirteen cards each totaling 52. There are 52 weeks in a year. If you add 5 + 2 = 7, seven is the number of days in a week and a spiritual number that is considered magical in numerology. Based on the Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, which were the seven visible planets seen in ancient times, the astrologists mapped out 52 cycles that we now call our weeks. Ofcourse there is no peer-reviewed science behind this. But it’s fun to do! You can get a free reading here! This reading reveals your birth card or the theme of your life, and a card that looks into your day, a couple weeks and your year. Were your cards accurate? Feel free to tag @sixpenceee in a post and discuss You may also like my tarot series: http://sixpenceee.com/tagged/tarot  mine was definitely accurate, especially my birth date card. Ok that what scary accurate Ok uh I don’t actually believe this stuff but I got workaholic, severely unhappy with where my life is headed, and bad at telling people no so this one got me P E G G E D This was pretty darn accurate. : THE CARDS OF LIFE Birthday Chart JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP A OCT NOV DEC Q Ка JA 94 74 54 34 10. 8+ 4+ 2 104 84 64 24 К- J* 94 7+ 3+ 44 3 JA 94 74 54 34 A4 Q+ 10. 84 4¢ 24 4. 104 84 64 44 24 Ke J+ 94 7+ 5+ 3+ A* Q 10 5 94 74 54 84 2+ КФ AA 44 8 6 24 К» J+ 94 7+ 5+ 3+ A* QA 44 10 7 74 54 За AA 8+ 44 2+ Ка JA 8 64 24 КА J* 9+ 7+ 5+ 3+ A* Q4 104 44 A 54 34 Q 10. 8+ 24 Ка 4* JA A 10 24 K* J+ 9+ 7+ 5+ 3+ Q 104 8+ 44 11 34 Q 10+ 8+ 2+ Ка 94 74 Aa 4+ JA 12 24 K* 94 7+ 5+ 3+ A* Q4 104 84 13 8+ AA Q+ 10+ 4* 2* Ка JA 94 74 54 14 K* J+ 9+ 5+ 3+ A. Q& 104 84 64 44 15 Q+ 10+ 8+ 94 54 ЗФ 4* 2+ Ка JA 16 J+ 9+ 7+ 5+ 3+ A* QA 104 84 64 24 44 17 10+ 8+ 4* 2+ КФ JA 94 74 54 3Ф A4 18 9+ 7+ 5+ 30 Q& 104 8+ 24 КУ A* 64 44 19 8+ 6+ 44 Ка 94 74 54 З4 A* Qv 20 7+ 5+ 3¢ Q+ 104 84 24 КУ A* 44 Jv A K A 21 2+ Ка JA 94 74 54 За Qv 10- 4* 22 5+ 3+ Q4 104 8 24 A* 64 44 23 2+ Ка JA 94 74 54 Зф Qv 10v 44 7 24 9 3+ A. Q 104 84 64 44 24 KV Jv 10 25 24 Ка 94 74 54 За Qv 8V JA A4 K 26 Q 104 84 24 A* 64 44 5 27 4 KA JA 94 74 34 A4 Qv 10 8v 28 104 84 24 Kv 5v 3D A 29 94 74 54 3Ф 10v Qv 4v 30 104 44 24 Kv J 7v 3% AV Joker 31 94 54 10% 8V Aa 10 K 10 24 - kuramirocket: screechingstudentperson: queenofallswans: daisydaydreamcarrie: sixpenceee: Have you guys heard of the cards of destiny or birthday cards? According to some sources, it is the original science of the common 52 playing cards. The card that you were born (refer to the above chart) will supposedly offer valuable detail about your personality, year, love life, family, career and other trends. It’s similar to a horoscope. An excerpt from this website talks about the connections behind these cards: There are many significant relationships for a deck of cards that are common with our calendar and numerology. There are four suits of thirteen cards each totaling 52. There are 52 weeks in a year. If you add 5 + 2 = 7, seven is the number of days in a week and a spiritual number that is considered magical in numerology. Based on the Sun, Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, which were the seven visible planets seen in ancient times, the astrologists mapped out 52 cycles that we now call our weeks. Ofcourse there is no peer-reviewed science behind this. But it’s fun to do! You can get a free reading here! This reading reveals your birth card or the theme of your life, and a card that looks into your day, a couple weeks and your year. Were your cards accurate? Feel free to tag @sixpenceee in a post and discuss You may also like my tarot series: http://sixpenceee.com/tagged/tarot  mine was definitely accurate, especially my birth date card. Ok that what scary accurate Ok uh I don’t actually believe this stuff but I got workaholic, severely unhappy with where my life is headed, and bad at telling people no so this one got me P E G G E D This was pretty darn accurate.

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droideka-exe: NB 👏 Does 👏 Not 👏 Mean 👏 Woman 👏 Lite link to thread : Topher? Is that a thing? @topher_g Okay, let me tell you about my friend Jose. Jose is AMAB, 6'5" and built like a linebacker, with lots of visible tattoos. They're trying to grow a beard but the genes for it aren't quite there so for now it's Quentin Collins-style mutton chops. /1 big lumberjack 12:42 PM Aug 27, 2019 Twitter for iPhone 1.8K Likes 657 Retweets > Topher? Is thata thing? @topher_g 5h Replying to@topher_g Jose is a master of wearing just enough eyeliner to make you question whether they're wearing eyeliner or just have really pretty eyes. But in general if you saw them on the street you'd likely think "that is a big scary looking dude." /2 2 t 16 882 Topher? Is that a thing? @topher_g 5h Jose is non-binary (And pansexual but that's not important to the story) and uses singular "they." /3 2 ti 19 897 Topher? Is that a thing? @topher_g 5h Yesterday Jose was excited to go to a local meetup for Latinx "women and nonbinary people" because they were hoping to make some friends/community connections. /4 2 ti 35 925 Topher? Is that a thing? @topher_g 5h I spent an hour last night at Jose's apartment with them literally crying on my shoulder because they were told they weren't welcome at the meeting. /5 4 ti 39 1K Topher? Is that a thing? @topher_g 5h Someone there told them when they said "women and nonbinary people" what they actually meant was "women, and women who identify as nonbinary." That's apparently an actual quote. /6 O 24 t1138 1.4K Topher? Is that a thing? @topher_g Someone there told them when they said "women and nonbinary people" what they actually meant was "women, and women who identify as nonbinary." That's apparently an actual quote. /6 12:42 PM Aug 27, 2019 Twitter for iPhone 138 Retweets 1.4K Likes Topher? Is that a thing? @topher_g I have always had issues with the phrase "women and nonbinary" but today I am LIVID that my friend went looking for community and allies and basically got rejected for not being some waify androgyne. /7 12:42 PM Aug 27, 2019 Twitter for iPhone 2.3K Likes 178 Retweets droideka-exe: NB 👏 Does 👏 Not 👏 Mean 👏 Woman 👏 Lite link to thread

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Source: Deadline and Affleck’s Twitter, Fact Credit: @superhero_fix - - Today is a sad day with Affleck stepping down from the cape and cowl. Since 2016, us Batman fans have enjoyed his portrayal as the Caped Crusader. We believed that we finally got a comic accurate Bruce Wayne. But for years he has been ridiculed by clickbait articles and headlines. Each one quote on quote having an “official source” which would turn out to be someone on twitter with little to no connections to Warner Bros. or DC Comics. I remember back in 2013 I was at my grandparents house trying to watch CNN and saw the news of the new Batman. Meanwhile my grandmother was trying to talk to me about school for some reason. Imagine for six years you had to endure online harassment from people who only hated to hate. All of us in the Batman community respect Affleck and wish him luck on his future projects. Like Batman, Ben Affleck is only human and it just was his time to step down.: Fact 2106 @Batfamily_trivia Superhero Fix Ben Affleck has officially stepped down from playing Batman. Source: Deadline and Affleck’s Twitter, Fact Credit: @superhero_fix - - Today is a sad day with Affleck stepping down from the cape and cowl. Since 2016, us Batman fans have enjoyed his portrayal as the Caped Crusader. We believed that we finally got a comic accurate Bruce Wayne. But for years he has been ridiculed by clickbait articles and headlines. Each one quote on quote having an “official source” which would turn out to be someone on twitter with little to no connections to Warner Bros. or DC Comics. I remember back in 2013 I was at my grandparents house trying to watch CNN and saw the news of the new Batman. Meanwhile my grandmother was trying to talk to me about school for some reason. Imagine for six years you had to endure online harassment from people who only hated to hate. All of us in the Batman community respect Affleck and wish him luck on his future projects. Like Batman, Ben Affleck is only human and it just was his time to step down.

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sapphleaf: libertarirynn: sapphleaf: mccarthyites: eltigrechico: Gotta love Snopes! And here I was, an idiot, thinking this post was overly exaggerated for comedic effect Except what Snopes is actually saying is that, while the explicit claim that the death occurred the day after the firing, what’s false is the implied argument—and often explicitly asserted as well—that the two events have any relation.post hoc ergo propter hoc Except it still isn’t a “mixture” because the statement “Bill Clinton fired his FBI director the day before Vince Foster died“ is irrefutably correct. Yeah but it’s still right to point out that implied connection is not based in fact or logic.Yes, the statement at face value is literal truth, but critical thinking means evaluating the truth and validity of the actual argument. Dude are you being serious right now? As a fact checking site it’s not their job to evaluate what “implied connections“ they need to “correct“. The idea is state what’s true and what’s not. Stating that Bill Clinton fired his FBI director before Vince Foster died is not a “mixture“ of truth and falsehood. Period.: Did Bill Clinton Fire His FBI Director One Day Before Vince Foster Died? Rating Mixture About this rating What's True President Clinton fired FBI Director William Sessions on 19 July 1993, one day before Deputy White House Counsel Vince Foster, a longtime associate of the Clintons, was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. What's False There is nothing inherently suspicious about the coincidental timing of Sessions's firing and Vince Foster's death (which was determined to be a suicide) sapphleaf: libertarirynn: sapphleaf: mccarthyites: eltigrechico: Gotta love Snopes! And here I was, an idiot, thinking this post was overly exaggerated for comedic effect Except what Snopes is actually saying is that, while the explicit claim that the death occurred the day after the firing, what’s false is the implied argument—and often explicitly asserted as well—that the two events have any relation.post hoc ergo propter hoc Except it still isn’t a “mixture” because the statement “Bill Clinton fired his FBI director the day before Vince Foster died“ is irrefutably correct. Yeah but it’s still right to point out that implied connection is not based in fact or logic.Yes, the statement at face value is literal truth, but critical thinking means evaluating the truth and validity of the actual argument. Dude are you being serious right now? As a fact checking site it’s not their job to evaluate what “implied connections“ they need to “correct“. The idea is state what’s true and what’s not. Stating that Bill Clinton fired his FBI director before Vince Foster died is not a “mixture“ of truth and falsehood. Period.

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shadesoforlando: now-exiting-fuckability: whyyoustabbedme: why in the world are we still asking this question in 2019? Trump: says and does racist things. People: call Trump racist. Journalists and politicians: Ok but like There’s no benefit in her going on live television and saying Trump is a racist without elaborating on the subject What he’s asking is a leading question and sure, taking his ‘how can you say that’ out of context works well to make him seem like he supports Trump but that’s not how it was said in the interview. How it was said was to get her to continue to talk about why Trump is a racist Don’t believe me? Skip ahead in this video to 0:15 seconds and listen to the entire thing in context. She then goes on to ELABORATE on how he uses dogwhistles and his reaction to Charlottesville (by calling Nazi’s fine people) so people who tune in to the interview can draw connections to what she’s saying as opposed to just reacting, like op did, to the exact words that are said. I think too many people on here fail to realize that news, real news, isn’t done by just saying shit. You have to be able to back it up and in order to do so, you need to be able to spell something out for people who don’t get it. And someone who already has been criticized by people for her views (including by people on here, bizarrely, because they keep things she’s said out of context) need to be able to get all the information out there. : Do you believe President Trump is a racist? Yeah. Yeah. No question. How can you say that? shadesoforlando: now-exiting-fuckability: whyyoustabbedme: why in the world are we still asking this question in 2019? Trump: says and does racist things. People: call Trump racist. Journalists and politicians: Ok but like There’s no benefit in her going on live television and saying Trump is a racist without elaborating on the subject What he’s asking is a leading question and sure, taking his ‘how can you say that’ out of context works well to make him seem like he supports Trump but that’s not how it was said in the interview. How it was said was to get her to continue to talk about why Trump is a racist Don’t believe me? Skip ahead in this video to 0:15 seconds and listen to the entire thing in context. She then goes on to ELABORATE on how he uses dogwhistles and his reaction to Charlottesville (by calling Nazi’s fine people) so people who tune in to the interview can draw connections to what she’s saying as opposed to just reacting, like op did, to the exact words that are said. I think too many people on here fail to realize that news, real news, isn’t done by just saying shit. You have to be able to back it up and in order to do so, you need to be able to spell something out for people who don’t get it. And someone who already has been criticized by people for her views (including by people on here, bizarrely, because they keep things she’s said out of context) need to be able to get all the information out there.
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