I Hate the Internets


A Self Aware Internet Blog, Written by Josh Hext
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new tunes to work to, getting me inspired!

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— 2 months ago
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letting the smooth vocals of garret rapp calm me down

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— 11 months ago
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stuck at home doing design work, i want my designs to look like this song sounds dangit

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— 1 year ago
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AW YEAH BOI

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— 1 year ago
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its that clarity dance song from the radio but now its awesome

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— 1 year ago with 1 note
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oldie but such a solid track

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— 1 year ago
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aussie aussie aussie

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— 1 year ago
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top track, if you dig chick vocalists heres 2 of the best

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— 1 year ago
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what a track!

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— 1 year ago
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talent

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— 1 year ago
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thats the goods right there

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— 1 year ago
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jessicachobot:

Kicking it in the pool@on a hot summer day!

I envy this kids future friends

jessicachobot:

Kicking it in the pool@on a hot summer day!

I envy this kids future friends

— 1 year ago with 48 notes
"But why do men care so much about saving the girl? Isn’t it something far greater than just ‘because we get to go on an adventure?’ I think so. It’s because we love women. We adore women. We worship women. Even the gays love women for everything they offer to men! We recognize that there is no greater thing in this world than women! In the face of all of that video game violence towards women, I understand that’s a ham-fisted back-handed compliment but deep down I think it’s true. Men put women in games to be saved because there is literally nothing else worth risking our virtual lives over."

- MilfordBiggenson on “Tropes vs. Women in Video Games digs into the damsel in distress idea”

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Every point this poster brings up turns women into objects, rather than people. Women aren’t prizes. They’re human beings. 

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— 1 year ago with 21 notes