Nina as Rosaline in ‘Love’s Labour’s Lost’.
i think suicidal people are just angels that want to go home.
hi as an actually suicidal person can you please shove this romanticized bullshit back up your ass? Thanks.
there was some actual serious feminism, like the way it´s meant to be, in this glorious episode.
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these are awesome signal boost
this “omg perfect platonic girl sisterhood!!! girls can be all close and it’s not gay or anything wow!!” thing i keep seeing is really great and lovely and all and yeah it would be nice if paranoid cultural homophobia didn’t prevent intimacy between friends but it gets a whole lot less great when you’re a young queer girl who’d developed all sorts of discomfort about forming close friendships w/ other girls because you feel like ur preying upon them and violating the sacred No Homo Sisterpact just by being there even if you arent specifically attracted to them lol
This ring features an unusual keyhole-shaped band, which is formed and forged from sterling silver. It is topped in a 7/8” diameter sterling silver pool. This pool is then filled with an array of gorgeous crystals. Sold on Etsy.
Can you imagine getting socked in the face with that
scary tales to tell in the dark
to the people who never followed me during game of thrones season?
welcome to the most intense 10 weeks of your life.
that is impossible white people invented fingers
they actually didn’t know fingerprints were unique until hundreds of years later, so i’m not entirely sure why they took prints at crime scenes
…I’m not entirely sure why you’re stating that with such confidence. The section you link to there speculates about what ancient people “probably” knew (note: the Qin dynasty is itself post-ancient), then lists all the ways that people in ancient Babylon and classical China totally used fingerprints as unique identifiers.
The section cites 650 as the year in which a particular historian is recorded as having positively made the statement that fingerprints are unique, but… well, you say it yourself: you’re not entirely sure why they would have taken prints at crime scenes before then.
Or used handprints as signatures.
Or used them as government identification.
If you’re going to assert that they didn’t realize fingerprints were unique, can we hear some alternate hypotheses?
Maybe it was a charming folk custom that coincidentally conformed to something that would later be discovered by science?
Maybe they superstitiously believed that imprinting fingerprints on things would help ward off the hungry spirits of the restless dead, and coincidentally this practice resembled a form of technology that would later arise?
Man, ancient (well, classical) cultures sure were backwards and funny. They probably thought stairs were magic, am I right?
THIS IS REALLY FREAKING ME OUT OK
That is the sum of my thinking. (TNG old school not RebootMovieUghness)