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    [–] Lakeland 11-year-old arrested for confrontation after refusal to stand for Pledge pmMeOurLoveStory 2 points ago in nottheonion

    He apparently refused to leave the class room and threatened the teacher. The kid had the moral high ground until he did that in front of the cop.

    [–] I just want to give a shoutout to our very own Don Cheadle for this. You made my younger trans sister cry tears of joy when she saw an Avengers actor publicly supporting her. Thank you sincerely. pmMeOurLoveStory 157 points ago in marvelstudios

    Only thing I can think of is his miniseries, Holy Terror, a 2011 book about a superhero who takes on Muslim terrorists. It’s gory revenge porn, basically. He went too far though as it became less “murder and torture terrorists” and more “fuck Muslims”. He’s since gone on record saying it was a mistake and he’s no longer in that headspace, for whatever it’s worth.

    [–] At what size does a stick become a log? pmMeOurLoveStory 3 points ago in NoStupidQuestions

    The actual definition of log is “trunk or large branch”, though.

    [–] ‘Cosmos’ Season 2 to Miss March Premiere Date as Neil deGrasse Tyson Investigation Continues pmMeOurLoveStory 3 points ago in television

    Innocent until proven guilty and beyond reasonable doubt is for the criminal courts. This is not a criminal investigation; it is an investigation spear headed by FOX and Nat Geo. In this case, evidence proving the accusations are lies equates to proving his innocence. You’re arguing semantics to avoid answering the question, so I’ll ask in a way that doesn’t hurt your brain:

    How can we come to any accurate conclusion without an investigation?

    Investigating claims is the only fair way of handling these situations. You either prove the claims are valid, or you prove the claims are false. Not investigating claims of sexual assault means you’re either letting the attacker off the hook, or letting the false accuser ruin an innocent person. Your assumption that any investigation just means we’re automatically assuming guilt is ridiculous and shows that you’re 100% okay with letting guilty people go free and letting innocent people’s lives be ruined by false claims.

    For the record, I hope the accusations aren’t true. His explanations of the supposed assaults make sense, but an investigation will be unbiased and should absolutely be done.

    [–] ‘Cosmos’ Season 2 to Miss March Premiere Date as Neil deGrasse Tyson Investigation Continues pmMeOurLoveStory 7 points ago * (lasted edited a day ago) in television

    And how exactly do you suggest we prove innocence without investigating the claims?

    Edit: you’re correct, we must prove guilt in a court of law, but this investigation is not a criminal one. It’s an internal investigation led by FOX and Nat Geo. In this case, proof that the accusers are lying is proof of innocence. You’re just arguing semantics to avoid answering the question.

    [–] Bouncy Perfection pmMeOurLoveStory 89 points ago * (lasted edited 2 days ago) in BustyPetite

    ....They’re not fake.

    Like, it’s stupidly obvious they’re real.

    [–] Replicas 🕷 pmMeOurLoveStory 4 points ago in marvelstudios

    100% agree. The decision to make the suit a little loose was such a genius idea to help sell the cgi. Even the PS4 game kept this going. It’s a shame the MCU is obsessed with perfectly fitting skin tight suits; it only makes the CGI stand out even more.

    [–] Vince Gilligan’s ‘Breaking Bad’ Movie Headed To Netflix & AMC pmMeOurLoveStory 7 points ago in television

    There’s a single line in the Kickstarter that hints that one of the fugitives they’re hunting “may be” Walter White (without naming him).

    [–] The truth is out there. pmMeOurLoveStory 1 points ago in Marvel

    how can or should they possibly be blamed for the byproduct of there protection.

    Well that is the crux of the issue. When Wanda accidentally blew up that building, the world didn’t think “well now, at least the bigger threat was stopped.” Wakanda and the world at large thought “had the Avengers not been playing world police and followed protocol, they would have had better/more resources to handle the threat and that building full of Wakandans wouldn’t have been killed. With the Accords giving the Avengers approval to act, that actually shields them from the blame, since they’d be acting under authority of all nations.

    Also, in Infinity War, Steve says that they do not trade lives, however, the argument that it’s better that a few lives die by the Avenger’s battles is better than a lot of people dying if they do nothing is exactly that: trading lives, so I don’t think this is a solid excuse.

    [–] The truth is out there. pmMeOurLoveStory 1 points ago in Marvel

    We haven’t read the Accords ourselves, so we have to take characters who have at their word here. If they say things can be amended to make it more agreeable, we have to assume there are things that can change. But for the sake of argument: how/when the UN chooses to let the Avengers do their thing; giving the Avengers more global resources, speeding up the processes so they’re not twirling their thumbs when shits going down, etc.

    The fact is that the Accords do make sense. Having a (largely US-based) team of super powered people go anywhere and everywhere they want (breaking countless international and sovereignty laws in the process) attacking and killing combatants without due process, ignoring international ROE, not informing federal/local law enforcement of their actions, etc, all while putting civilians in harms way, are all things that would (and do!) cause wars if anyone else tried it. Like it or not, every country has the right to chose who comes storming across their borders and wrecking havoc.

    And it’s not just about how many civilians die, but overall impact these battles create. Reducing a city to rubble is not something any country can just brush off. The Avengers are good at saving lives, yes, but the collateral damage is massive.

    [–] The truth is out there. pmMeOurLoveStory 3 points ago in Marvel

    The thing about laws is that they can be amended. Tony even said (when Cap was nearing to signing the Accords) that they could get things changed to be more agreeable. At that point, signing was basically agreeing to come to the table to hash things out. But Cap let his anger and paranoia (justified as it may be) cloud his judgement.

    [–] The truth is out there. pmMeOurLoveStory 4 points ago in Marvel

    Literally everything you just said is factually wrong.

    The World Security Council (a shadowy organization that Shield was beholden to until the events of The Winter Soldier) was responsible for trying to nuke NYC. The United Nations was responsible for the Accords. Two entirely separate groups.

    Furthermore, Tony signing the Accords does not change the fact that anyone who did NOT sign and continued crime fighting is a criminal. Those who chose to become criminals did so entirely of their own free will. Tony signed the Accords because it was the only way for the Avengers to remain intact. The only situation in which the Avengers wouldn’t have broken up is if everyone signed the Accords; in other words those that chose to not sign the Accords are responsible for breaking up the Avengers, whether you agree with their reasoning or not.

    And this doesn’t even begin to touch the absolute breaking of trust and respect Rogers showed Tony by lying about his parents.

    [–] A couple of years ago, I wore a suit and tie to an interview for an entry-level position at Home Depot. On the day of, I felt like a million bucks. Looking back, however, I feel like I looked like an ass. Is it possible to overdress for an interview? pmMeOurLoveStory 12 points ago in AskMen

    There’s a wide gulf between wearing a $500 suit to an interview and going there dressed in a t-shirt and jeans. For the vast majority of job interviews, simple slacks and a button down shirt will suffice.

    But the fact is that how you represent yourself says a lot about you. Coupled with the importance of first impressions in a job interview, it behooves one to present themselves well.

    [–] The truth is out there. pmMeOurLoveStory 20 points ago in Marvel

    The point you’re missing is that Tony being at fault for the Avengers breaking up is controversial. Most would say it Zemo or even Cap is at fault.

    [–] What hobby would you like to give a try but don't because of the expense? pmMeOurLoveStory 2 points ago in AskReddit

    Not who you asked but I bought a Creality 10S4 last year. I print everything from cosplay props to statues and figurines (which make great presents after a good paint job!) and more utilitarian stuff like tool holders, wire clips, etc. Basically anything that I would other wise have to run to the store and shell out a few bucks for.

    [–] Lonely Island & Seth Rogen Have Begun Developing Fyre Festival Parody Film, Confirms Lonely Island Member Jorma Taccone pmMeOurLoveStory 13 points ago in entertainment

    I don’t think it was based on Justin Bieber’s film specifically, but more on the wave of pop stars-making-movie-documentaries-about-themselves that was occurring around that time.

    [–] Thomas Middleditch joins ZOMBIELAND 2 pmMeOurLoveStory 6 points ago in movies

    Thank you!

    I’m sure he’s a decent person (now, anyway), but as an actor, I just can not take him seriously at all. Everyone praises him in The Departed and I’m just sitting here thinking, “he did nothing special here aside from mutter through his lines.” What made the character memorable was the dialogue as written; a child could have played the part with the same level of care. I don’t hate Wahlberg at all; I just do not get the love for him.

    [–] Childish Gambino Wins Grammy for Best Music Video for 'This Is America' pmMeOurLoveStory 12 points ago in Music

    According to the artist, Sia, the two characters represent warring versions of herself.

    [–] Taking selfies in my new bathroom pmMeOurLoveStory 2 points ago in SexyTummies

    Great photo, but how exactly is this a selfie?

    [–] Actor Liam Neeson 'cancels appearance on The Late Show' pmMeOurLoveStory 105 points ago in television

    He specifically said that he had hoped it would create dialogue for a subject that desperately needs to be discussed. He unfortunately placed far too much faith in the general public.