…her absent minded cousin who We moved in about 2 months ago left the door open last night and he slipped out, and she either didn’t notice or didn’t tell anyone, and we’ve been waiting and looking all day and he hasn’t shown up.
I think the neighborhood cats scared him off, he’s a big softie and they’re lean mean cats. Don’t know where to look for him, and he’s a manx so either people will think he’s hurt cause he has no tail, or they’ll want him cause he’s rare-ish. So yeah, YAY HOLIDAYS.
"seriously its 2013" is probably my favorite way to round out an argument. why don’t we have pet dragons yet. seriously its 2013. where is my jetpack. seriously its 2013. why do we still deny basic human rights to a huge percentage of humanity based on some arbitrary system of exclusionary rules developed and preserved by gross old hetero white men the world over. seriously its 2013
I just realized that Panem allows the brutal horrific murder of children on TV but they still censor the word ‘fuck’….
But isn’t that an accurate representation of our own television culture?
Just got real.
Nietzsche, Beyond Good and Evil (1886)
Just a friendly reminder that Nietzsche was rampantly sexist, regularly called women who didn’t submit to men “barbarous”, “charmless”, “mediocre”.
If you’re a woman with scholarly inclinations that lead you to adoring Nietzsche, just recall that he would have probably told you his age’s equivalent to “shut up, get back in the kitchen, and make me a sandwich”
it was incredibly difficult for me to get through ‘beyond good and evil’ for this reason. in the middle of talking about something really interesting, he just fucking decides ‘i haven’t interrupted this with a sexist rant in a while’ and talks about how women can’t do philosophy because of their docile nature or some shit
like he wasn’t even just casually misogynistic like most people in the 1800s. he actively made a point of pushing his misogyny every fucking chapter. what the fuck dude
even more reasons to hate Nietzsche
most of the more famous philosophers, such as Aristotle, were heavily misogynistic