If you’re having trouble making your characters interesting or you feel like all your...
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Here is the demo for the Steven Universe Theme Song!
Arrangement by Jeff Liu, vocals and omnichord by Rebecca Sugar.
Here are the chords!
So, was nothing bad ever supposed to happen to Sharon Carter because she was a woman? I’m confused, because the book isn’t called “Sharon Carter”. Last I checked she was a supporting character in “Captain America” which, would mean that if she were to be killed off would mean that it would cause trauma for Steve…which is the point.
If I were writing Iron Man and I killed off Pepper, would that be fridging? I would kill her off because it would hurt Tony and helps advance his story. Which is what happens when a supporting character is killed
Yes. That is fridging. That is exactly what fridging is. Short of putting the body in a fridge, you can’t get any fridgier than that.
"If I were taking things from a store without paying, would that be shoplifting? I would do it because I don’t want to pay for the things I want from the store."
Bill and Hillary Clinton were up to their ears in more than $10 million worth of legadebt at the end of Clinton’s tenure as president. Donald Trump was bailed out of four bankruptcies. But Detroit residents are having a basic human right – the access to water – cancelled for being late on bills of $150.
In the spring, Detroit’s Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr ordered water shutoffs for 150,000 Detroit residents late on their bills. Orr is an unelected bureaucrat accountable only to Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder, who appointed Orr and several other “emergency managers” in largely poor, black communities like Detroit, Benton Harbor, Flint, and Highland Park, to make all financial decisions on behalf of local elected governments.
Orr’s plan will shut off water for 1,500 to 3,000 Detroit residents each week. Neither Orr nor Homrich, the contracting company Orr hired to shut off residents’ water, answered calls for interview requests.
Detroit citizens have been protesting the decision on the basis that water is a human right that cannot be denied to families who need it for cooking, bathing and flushing toilets. Many residents facing water shutoffs are currently on monthly payment plans with the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD), paying upwards of $160 per month as water rates continue to rise, and were given no prior notice that their water was about to be cut off. Last week, the Detroit City Council held a public hearing to discuss a proposed 4 percent hike in water rates.
THIS IS WHY #STACKTIVISM
- who controls the stack?
- who owns the means of not dying?
- what is your relationship to infrastructure?
If there was any reason for doing the things i’m trying to do it’s because of shit like this // JAY