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I think it necessary to lay out my entire thought process to why I am becoming vegan so that everyone will know why I think the way I do. If anyone needs further clarification or has a response, please leave it in a comment or in my personal messages. Thank you: To begin, I am not doing this because of a diet or trend or because I want to lose weight. I am doing this out of moral responsibility. I know that one person alone cannot and will not inspire the meat industry to change their ways. I am hoping to inspire a revolution in my community. However, at the least, I would like to be morally consistent with myself. I aim to minimize the amount of unnecessary suffering in the world in an effort to make our world a better place. An area that I overlooked until now has been the suffering of animals created by the meat industry. Until someone can show me evidence that says the contrary, I realize that animals can feel not only physical pain but emotional pain. Millions of animals are tortured and slaughtered every day to satisfy our temporary desires. I can no longer support this and will be advocating against the cruel and inhumane treatment of animals in factory farms until I am either convinced that they cannot feel pain or that their pain is worth temporary satisfaction or until I die. This is where I stand currently.
Rating: 10/10 Xavier: Renegade Angel is the best show I've ever seen. Plenty of quick, subtle humor. It's basically a giant meme and it's great because of that
Here's a meme I found while revisiting a not-so hidden gem of a trailer. I'll be seeing this soon hopefully...
These are some of the best films I've seen throughout the decade in no particular order: -Call Me By Your Name (2017 ) -Lady Bird (2017 ) -Moonlight (2016 ) -La La Land (2016 ) -The Revenant (2015 ) If I missed one of your favourites, let me know and I won't judge you. There are a TON of films that I haven't seen that might have made the list including: -Blade Runner 2049 (2017 ) -Dunkirk (2017 ) -1917 (2019 ) -The Shape of Water (2017 ) -12 Years a Slave (2013 ) -Lincoln (2012 ) -Life of Pi (2012 ) -Ex Machina (2014 ) -Spotlight (2015 ) -The Tree of Life (2011 ) -The Theory of Everything (2014 ) And many many more... Films that I have seen that are honourable mentions include: -Logan (2017 ) -Mad Max: Fury Road (2015 ) -Get Out (2017 ) -Django Unchained (2012 ) -Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance ) (2014 ) -Cats (2019 ) [just kidding]
Rating: 0/10 In short, it's very bad. About as bad as, if not worse than, The Last Jedi. I liked one moment in the entire movie and that was where Luke lifted the X-wing out of the water. It was not only a good fan service moment but also illustrated character growth for Luke. I'm gonna do a full review on YouTube later as my first video. It'll probably be an hour or longer so get ready for a long haul... #starwars #starwarsmovie #starwarsmovies #starwarssaga #starwarsfan #fuckdisney #jarjarabrams
I showed this to my grandmother and she liked it...
I found out today that I am ranked 69th in my class. This is epic 👌. Anyways, here’s a meme I stole from idk where
We got 2nd. I should say "the team that I am part of got 2nd" instead of "we" because I'm sure I didn't help but ok this is epic
So yesterday’s debate had some fun moments. I think it had a pretty clear winner, that being Bernie Sanders. I thought that it was good how him and Warren teamed up to take on the centrists. He had many great moments especially talking about healthcare. My favorite moment has to be when he was talking about what his healthcare plan would give to senior citizens and Tim Ryan said “You don’t know that, Bernie” and Bernie replied with “I do know it, I wrote the damn bill.” That was terrific! I think Warren did pretty good as well. I think that Delaney and Ryan are definite losers. #betonmystork didn’t do well either. Anyways, I hope that Tulsi Gabbard and Andrew Yang do well tonight. I hope everyone shits all over Biden as well.
So I just got and built this absolutely gorgeous model of the Saturn V rocket that took Apollo 11 to the moon. This behemoth of a #lego set stands at a meter tall and contains 1969 pieces to commemorate the 1969 launch of the Apollo 11 mission. Thought it was really cool!
Rating: 6/10 It was fine. I liked it. I thought that Homecoming and Spider-Man 2 were better though. A lot of the comedy fell flat for me and I didn’t like the way the villain was handled. I thought that the reveal was good but the exposition scene immediately following the reveal was so forced. I also thought that the mid credit scene should’ve been he ending to the movie instead of a credit scene. Other than that, I enjoyed it
Rating: 2/10 I didn’t enjoy it. I only laughed twice throughout the entire film and I was mostly emotionally disconnected from the characters and their actions. I don’t care to talk anymore about this cash grab
Rating: 3/10 I forgot that I even saw this film. It’s lazy, forgettable, has terrible effects and mediocre performances. The genie was probably the best part about it. Take that how you will. The music was fine but the added song was so forced. The movie feels rushed even though it’s a full half hour longer than the original. In short, don’t watch it
100000000/10 When I first saw this film, I thought that it was an intentionally divisive piece of shit that cared more about subverting audience expectations and appeasing SJWs than telling a well written narrative with compelling characters. But after careful consideration, I’ve come to the conclusion that this is the best Star Wars film and even the best film of 2017. It not only saved a dead franchise rather than killing it, but it also gave me hope for the future of the franchise. Who needs compelling characters with flaws and weaknesses hat they have to overcome when you can make characters who have no flaws or weaknesses and who are naturally good at everything and with no arc they have to complete or quest they have to finish? Who needs good writing when you can subvert the audience’s expectations? Who needs humor that fits with the scene and with the character when you can just throw in some slapstick or a “your mom” joke? Who needs short subplots that tie into the rest of the story when you can have 30 minute subplots that have no ultimate purpose? Who needs consistency when you can subvert audience expectation? Who needs good actors when you can include people of all cultures such as purple-haired SJW archetypes? I’m sorry but I can’t help but talk about how great this film is. If you can’t tell that I’m being sarcastic, then either you’ve never seen this movie or you’re probably one of the people that this film was made for.
5/10 So this is a movie that everyone forgot about including me. I almost skipped it but then I remembered how cool the third act was and how boring everything else was. This is the best of the new Star Wars movies but that’s not saying much
Rating: 2/10 So I just saw the new Godzilla movie and it was pretty bad. Full of cliches, terrible writing, subpar acting, and even the spectacle was ruined because of how much the camera shook during the action. I saw this like 3 hours ago and have already forgotten almost all of it besides the trailer footage.
I know this is a waste of time and my friends and casual followers can ignore this post. But do not give either hate or clout to the people mentioned in my rant. So this is a post for @i .know.the.meaning.of.life_ and others like him. People who don’t care about evidence and who are unreasonable by definition because they will not be reasoned with. For the people that say “there is no fact that supports evolution”, I say the following: No? Well what about the fact that evolution happens? That biodiversity and complexity increase naturally only by evolutionary means? It is also a fact that alleles vary with increasing distinction in reproductive populations and that these are accelerated in genetically isolated groups. It is a fact that natural selection, sexual selection, and genetic drift have all been proven to have predictable effect in guiding this variance. It is a fact that significant beneficial mutations do occur and are inherited by descendent groups and that multiple independent sets of biological markers exist to trace these lineages back over many generations. It is a fact that birds are a subset of dinosaur in the same way that humans are a subset of apes, primates, eutherian mammals, and hat both groups are a subset of vertebrate deuterostome animals. It is a fact that the collective genome of all animals has been traced to its most basal form and that those forms are also indicated by comparative morphology, physiology, and embryological development. It is a fact that every animal on earth has definite relatives either living nearby or evident in the fossil record and indicated in phylogenetics. It is a fact that he fossil record holds hundreds of transitional species even according to the strictest definition of that term. And it is a fact that microevolution and macroevolution have both been directly observed. These are facts, things we can objectively verify and prove to be true beyond dispute. These facts qualify as evidence because they are both positively indicative of and exclusively concordant with evolution.
So the trailer for “The Rise of Skywalker” (what a shitty name by the way ) was released a while ago and after the negative reception of the last two films, it looks desperate to draw in support. But for now, here’s my review of episode 7: Rating: 4/10 Visually, it’s awesome but it builds up too much with so little payoff, it takes too often from the original trilogy for nostalgia sake, and Rey is a Mary Sue with no character, no flaws, and no weaknesses. Most of my problems with this film lie with Episode 8 but I’ll get there soon