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glee-chan asked:

What are you thoughts on Spike TV not renewing ‪#‎TNA‬ Impact Wrestling?

If they don’t get a new station, I’m done watching wrestling.  Vince can go fuck himself.  I don’t know what the point of that was though.  Is there anything else on Spike worth two shits?  I think not.  I’m sure the pathetic nerds of the IWC are happy about this.  Bunch of worthless cunts who hate wrestling.

idealisticshoujohearts:

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idealisticshoujohearts:

yomigaere:

jebri:

revolutionaryconfessions:

I don’t think Ruka would get as much hate if he were a woman. Shiori and him do VERY similar things (remember Shiori using Juri’s old boyfriend? among other things). I don’t understand people who bash Ruka and support Shiori and I don’t think I ever will.

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Uh… no. It has NOTHING to do with Ruka being a guy, thanks. I’d hate Ruka just as much if he were a woman. I hate Ruka for similar reasons that I do Chikane Himemiya from Kannazuki no Miko, so.

And you know what those two do that Shiori DOESN’T? Force themselves on someone they claim to love and then get supported by the narrative. Yeah.

So Shiori is not, and never will be, just as bad. I will never understand people who think she is, so I guess we’re even. ;)

To add on to the above, Ruka and Shiori really don’t have that much in common in the first place. They’re both manipulative to varying degrees, and they both use relationship drama to strike out, but the similarities end there.

Their motivations are radically different. Shiori lashes out at Juri due to her crushing inferiority complex and internalised homophobia (keyword: internalised, in contrast to Ruka’s unironic homophobia); Ruka manipulates Shiori and otherwise interferes in Juri’s personal affairs out of a self-righteous desire to fix Juri’s problems for her.

Also, as Lexi already pointed out, Shiori doesn’t sexually assault people. That automatically makes her nowhere near as bad as Ruka, so I seriously fail to see where this supposed hypocrisy lies in disliking Ruka while supporting Shiori.

(And while the nameless guy was brought up by the confessor, may I point out that a) he was never Juri’s boyfriend, and b) he probably wasn’t some poor little victim? By all indication, he chose to go out with Shiori after she tattled to him, and I’m sure I recall the end of ep 17 implying that he hadn’t been treating her so well around the time they broke up.)

Ahahaha oh wow people actually think Shiori is ~so loved~ and it’s ~because she has a vagina~. Holy flashbacks to Lachesis detractors who stanned for Beowulf back in the FE4 fandom, Batman!

Shiori is manipulative, but she also has severe self-esteem problems: she HAS no self-esteem. Ruka is manipulative because he feels entitled to Juri’s love and affection, he thinks that with Shiori out of the picture, Juri will automatically run into his arms because he was nice to her. THIS, boys and girls, is THE actual epitome of Nice Guy Douchebag Culture. He’s a textbook example, at least I thought he was.

(Also yomigaere - I don’t think Shiori was homophobic so much as she felt Juri was a fool for loving scum like she saw herself as. That’s what one analysis/defense of her says and it makes sense to me. Though part of it could also be internalized homophobia, disgust with herself for being the object of a girl’s desires and returning the feelings.)

Maybe I’m missing something here, but I’m pretty sure Ruka knew he was going to buy it, so I don’t think his end goal was to be with Juri really.  That doesn’t really add up to what I remember from the end of the arc.

Maybe in the manga, but the anime didn’t give us enough indication that he was actually sick. Just “he left school for a while due to illness” and the line about him dying at the end of his second episode. Maybe the end goal wasn’t to be with Juri, but his actions definitely FELT like it at times.

I disagree.  He was missing school due to illness and then left school again due to illness.  He just didn’t focus on it when he was interacting with everyone.  This is a Japanese trope I think.  The proud character with a terminal illness that is trying to complete unfinished business.  I think his schemes were aimed at trying to benefit Juri, which is different than being with her.

Going back to the chapel, I got even more ghost photos.

It’s every time I go there without fail.  They really like that place.  I don’t think I’ll post them here because no one seemed to care last time.  I don’t really understand  though how people deny ghosts exist.  They can be very consistent. 

I think most people literally choose to ignore stuff they may have experienced.  It’s easier for them to not challenge their own belief system regarding reality because it makes them uncomfortable.  Most people never want to be made uncomfortable in any way, and that’s kind of sad, because that has to be part of life sometimes. 

A good example is the follower I had here that literally had a medium child, and he shortly unfollowed me after I gave him advice about it. He said he felt better just ignoring everything she said to him and his wife because it creeped them out.  Can you imagine how fucking terrifying it must be for that child to not have strong support from her parents in that situation?  I mean, Jesus, most parents get nervous about their kids being around strangers period.  She’s being bugged by dead ones constantly!

idealisticshoujohearts:

Whatever happened to enjoying things for entertainments’ sake and not fretting about whether they’re feminist enough

I really don’t understand how these people have friends.  They probably watch Hillary Clinton stump speeches for entertainment.  The tool in question regarding this Sailor Moon thing is probably just mad something was made with female characters not to suck up to overly politicized ideologues.  I think post-modernism has ruined western entertainment.  I’m reminded of a certain gay character introduced by a certain comic book company.  While it started out as a good idea, he became a near flawless role model character. Despite getting awards from a media watch dog organization,his title ended up being canceled, and I think it had nothing to do with him being gay.  I think a lot of the whiny SJWs want every thing to be populated with Mary Sues, and thus no entertainment is allowed.  It’s just another form of religious zealotry.  You see something that isn’t designed to agree with you, and you get mad about it.  No different than the people that wanted Harry Potter banned because it wasn’t about Jesus.  No, the fact Harry Potter wasn’t about God, doesn’t mean it’s an attack on you.

idealisticshoujohearts:

yomigaere:

jebri:

revolutionaryconfessions:

I don’t think Ruka would get as much hate if he were a woman. Shiori and him do VERY similar things (remember Shiori using Juri’s old boyfriend? among other things). I don’t understand people who bash Ruka and support Shiori and I don’t think I ever will.

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Uh… no. It has NOTHING to do with Ruka being a guy, thanks. I’d hate Ruka just as much if he were a woman. I hate Ruka for similar reasons that I do Chikane Himemiya from Kannazuki no Miko, so.

And you know what those two do that Shiori DOESN’T? Force themselves on someone they claim to love and then get supported by the narrative. Yeah.

So Shiori is not, and never will be, just as bad. I will never understand people who think she is, so I guess we’re even. ;)

To add on to the above, Ruka and Shiori really don’t have that much in common in the first place. They’re both manipulative to varying degrees, and they both use relationship drama to strike out, but the similarities end there.

Their motivations are radically different. Shiori lashes out at Juri due to her crushing inferiority complex and internalised homophobia (keyword: internalised, in contrast to Ruka’s unironic homophobia); Ruka manipulates Shiori and otherwise interferes in Juri’s personal affairs out of a self-righteous desire to fix Juri’s problems for her.

Also, as Lexi already pointed out, Shiori doesn’t sexually assault people. That automatically makes her nowhere near as bad as Ruka, so I seriously fail to see where this supposed hypocrisy lies in disliking Ruka while supporting Shiori.

(And while the nameless guy was brought up by the confessor, may I point out that a) he was never Juri’s boyfriend, and b) he probably wasn’t some poor little victim? By all indication, he chose to go out with Shiori after she tattled to him, and I’m sure I recall the end of ep 17 implying that he hadn’t been treating her so well around the time they broke up.)

Ahahaha oh wow people actually think Shiori is ~so loved~ and it’s ~because she has a vagina~. Holy flashbacks to Lachesis detractors who stanned for Beowulf back in the FE4 fandom, Batman!

Shiori is manipulative, but she also has severe self-esteem problems: she HAS no self-esteem. Ruka is manipulative because he feels entitled to Juri’s love and affection, he thinks that with Shiori out of the picture, Juri will automatically run into his arms because he was nice to her. THIS, boys and girls, is THE actual epitome of Nice Guy Douchebag Culture. He’s a textbook example, at least I thought he was.

(Also yomigaere - I don’t think Shiori was homophobic so much as she felt Juri was a fool for loving scum like she saw herself as. That’s what one analysis/defense of her says and it makes sense to me. Though part of it could also be internalized homophobia, disgust with herself for being the object of a girl’s desires and returning the feelings.)

Maybe I’m missing something here, but I’m pretty sure Ruka knew he was going to buy it, so I don’t think his end goal was to be with Juri really.  That doesn’t really add up to what I remember from the end of the arc.

Actual review I just got on Fanfiction.net. LOL!

Story: Cammy and ChunLi: Memories
Chapter: 5. Chapter 5

From: Guest
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:This story is WWWAAAAAAYYYY to sexest and the way Chun-li scares Fei long and destroys that man’s car is degreating to men and shows just how short tempered women are. Plus you focus mainly on punishing men which is pretty rude.

I think I’m just going to leave it for the lulz factor.

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