i’m into really low commitment hangouts like lying on the floor near each other or falling asleep together or falling into an endless void together
every time i bring a white girl home
israel bombed gaza’s zoo today. no, hamas wasn’t there.
israel has bombed hospitals. no, hamas wasn’t there.
israel has bombed schools. no, hamas wasn’t there.
israel has bombed apartments, homes, and the streets. israel has bombed the beaches. israel has put out snipers to shoot at fleeing women and children and men.
israel is an apartheid state.
hamas doesn’t exist in a vaccuum. israel created hamas. without israeli oppression and occupation and apartheid, there would be no hamas.
wonder woman wouldn’t stand for any of this shit. you are not right, gal gadot, and israel. you are not right, and you will not overcome. you will never overcome.
(bold done by me)
Lies. Absolute lies. And I’m disgusted that people actually believe this.
Do you not understand? The vast majority of the Arab world, Hamas included, wants not just Israel but ALL JEWS wiped off the map. Dead.
Israel did not create this situation and that is such a ridiculous statement I can’t even begin to address it.
Stop spreading these anti Semitic lies. Seriously people. Stop it.
Israel didn’t create the situation.
The US, UN, and Britain did when they gave land that wasn’t theirs to the people who founded Israel.
I’m Jewish, and I’m appalled at what’s happening. I also don’t claim to know the whole truth, but that I lay at the feet of the Israeli government and media who are controlling what information gets out.
I think there absolutely are people in Hamas who are as evil as all that, but mostly I think it’s the actions of an oppressed people whose land was taken from them.
I feel like most of the unrest in the Middle East is the direct fault of the US and the UK and the meddling they did in the 40s and 50s last century.
Jews are absolutely the scapegoat, but I’m not going to say we aren’t also complicit.
"Israel" doesn’t always mean Jewish, and "Jews" doesn’t always mean "Zionists."
I agree with the most recent above. I’ll also note that Hamas is not the whole of Gaza. Gaza is left with nothing to do but rely on Israel for their food, their water, their power, their lives, because Israel’s government doesn’t want it any other way. This entire war is a sign of colonialism still existing in today’s world, and it makes me sad inside. And yeah, Hamas have weapons; Israel has A LOT MORE. This fight is like a fly buzzing at a moose. The moose could easily squat the fly at a moment’s notice if it were to simply catch up with the fly, but all the fly can do is buzz.
And Israel’s officials have taken the stance that if you call them out on any of their bullshit bombings of schools and hospitals, then you’re obviously a Hamas supporter. Well, I’m neither a Hamas supporter not an Israel supporter. I’m simply a supporter of finding a settlement that will end this (for another ten years or so until somebody sneezes and the conflict starts all over again).
If your nation requires the bombing of schools, hospitals, and innocent children, then perhaps your nation is not worth defending?
It’s not as simple as “both sides are at fault.” One side is far more at fault than the other[*]. And I suppose the Native Americans were “at fault” for the genocide against them as part of European colonization?
Let’s be all a part of this…
Mine was the 32-in-1 Cartridge
System: Atari 2600 Jr.
Please reblog this!!! CxC
This is a hard question for me to answer because my memory is so fuzzy on exactly what I got first. I played a lot of my cousin’s systems before I got my own, but my earliest systems were the NES and the Atari 7800. On the NES I played loads of Super Mario Bros. and Adventure Island - on the Atari 7800 I played Frogger, Defender and Pole Position II.
I have literally been playing video games since before I can remember. I do remember getting to enter my name in 2nd place on a Pole Position cabinet in the arcade when I was 2 (I know because PP II wasn’t even out yet); sat on my dad’s lap and steered while he worked the pedals (and even if you’re thinking: oh, he helped you, can you imagine getting 2nd place with a toddler on your lap and working the steering wheel? If anything, that seems more difficult to me). My dad loved cars since he was a kid, and I think he nearly died and went to heaven that day from thinking I might have a future as a racecar driver or maybe at least a stuntman (I do still hire myself out as a wheelman for the occasional heist). You can just imagine what a holy terror I was the second I got my learner’s permit; threading the needle on surface streets in Hackensack at 50+ mph while my mother was screaming at me from the passenger seat…
As far as home system, the first one we had was an Intellivision. Donkey Kong, Jr. was my jam.