watching two really opinionated people have an argument
when they’re both wrong
Robots are the topic of the premiere of The Real History of Science Fiction, airing tonight, Saturday, April 19th, following the season premiere of Orphan Black.
Narrated by Mark Gatiss, The Real History of Science Fiction will definitely cover Daleks and Cybermen!
Airing at 10/9c on BBC America.
Loki: Am I cursed ?
#uuuugh #when he asks this question i can’t #’am i cursed?’ #because he’s desperate for some other explanation #ANY other explanation #something that would mean he’s not one of the monsters he’s been raised to despise #’am i cursed?’ he wants to know. #but really what he’s asking is #’am i fixable?’
Hahahahaha!!! This is my favorite post in the world
I have to reboot this today!
and my U.S. History teacher was trying to get us to understand why it was such a big deal that England had put a tax on colonial sugar, and he goes,
"What if you had to pay a tax every time you logged onto wifi?"
And the whole class just went
and I heard at least two people whisper “I would murder someone”
The perfect comparison.
do u ever look at someone’s characterization of one of ur faves and just sit there offended on behalf of the character
-“Tell everyone what’s this one’s about.”
-“It’s more about- instead of a Captain America adjusting to… you know, technology, he’s not amazed at the Internet… It’s more about understanding the company that he works for, it’s more about understanding- in order to provide the safety that we ensure, you may have to bend the rules, given modern technology. It’s a grey area in terms of what’s right and what’s wrong and I think that given the fact that Steve Rogers is from the forties, it’s a question of morality that bumps for him a little bit." [x]