GamerGate also seems to have gained some steam, and some prominent support, from elements of the conservative political movement in the U.S. (including Adam Baldwin) who argue that the problems stem from the efforts of “social justice warriors” on the left, who want to destroy the rights of freedom-loving gamers. In that sense, it shares some DNA with the Tea Party or “birther” movements.
When you’re on the same side as Adam Baldwin, you’re on the wrong side.
(There is a 100% chance he uses this post as an excuse to have his mouthbreathing followers attack me, incidentally.)
mrs. incredible was all about the real talk and i respect that because she knew that talking down to her kids wasn’t going to help anyone at this point they had to know what’s up if everybody was going to make it out alive this is no time for sugarcoating motherfuckers it’s go time
8-year-old polyglot Mabou Loiseau (8 languages, 8 musical instruments, sings) on Katie Couric
Mabou Loiseau speaks French, Arabic, Spanish, Russian, Mandarin, Creole, English, Sign Language and is learning Japanese. She also plays piano, violin, drums, guitar, harp, clarinet, flute, conga, sings and takes college level algebra.
From ‘Katie’ on ABC, July 10 2014.
holy shit bruh
Some hating ass Latina-white supremacist said she should be more humble and I fucking flipped. No humble black girls!! No humble black girls!!
SHE SPEAKS CREOLE!!!! AAAAAAH
HOW DID I NOT KNOW THIS?!
Why do I learn more about math from Tumblr than my 12+ years of formal education????????
No math teacher ever taught me this trick. Got damn.
This is great and all if you know how to subtract things from 100
Why is it that maths which involves pulling numbers out of your ass and forcing it to work in a situation is becoming popular?! This isn’t maths! What the hell would you do when you got to numbers larger than 100? Uuuuugh.
That shit is stupid, I was always taught math with tricks rather than the straight way to go about it. I repeated at least one math class a year throughout my whole high school “career”. The tricks never made any sense to me, and if i’d ask for help, they’d just teach me another trick that i’d later confuse with the first trick they tried to teach me. I’ve learned that if you strengthen the core principals and get a solid understanding of what you are trying to accomplish, things come a whole lot easier and it stops seeming like people are pulling numbers out their asses when they try to teach you the tricks. And if other students are beyond that, teach them the tricks, let them do it. Don’t base your whole bloody curriculum around a few tricks. Learn the core values first, the tricks, to make things simpler come after. Stop half ass teaching and worring about us passing those damn standardized tests, and actually teach us something!
Honestly, I think tricks like this are cool, but they should never be taught as /the/ way to do a math problem. Teach the basic, normal way first, then once kids have a handle on it you can introduce tricks.
please stop getting mad at cashiers for prices they have no control over
Or not being able to take your expired coupon.
or not being able to break any rule that is store or company policy
Or not being able to make the manager come up to the cash register any quicker
or when they can’t get someone to open up another register