I AM SORRY BUT THIS IS WHY I AM EMBARRASSED TO BE AN AMERICAN. IF A HIJAB THAT DORNS THE AMERICAN FLAG PATTERN IS NOT ACCEPTABLE BUT SKIMPY ASS BIKINIS OR WEARING THE FUCKING ACTUAL FLAG IS ACCEPTABLE, JUST BECAUSE THE PERSON IS WHITE, I WANT TO FUCKING THROW UP.
(I don’t have a thing against Audrey Kitching, she was just merely and example).
But this fucking disgusts me right here. It makes me want to say, fuck this country and its racism and double standards.
I LITERALLY FUCKING CAN NOT
Give her a bullet to the head for walking down the street, minding her own business?? And they think SHE’S the terrorist.
^bolding for emphasis.
because criticism is bad for you
because criticism never helped anyone improve on their writing
because criticism didn’t make a writer reconsider their stories and strive to be a better storyteller than what they started out as
because writers who don’t listen to criticism but shoot it down (be it constructive or not) clearly care more about the quality of their writing than they do about getting their ego stroked
==> sarcasm aside, because you are AN ASSHOLE: most people who are creative (writers, artists, musicians, etc.) have egos but guess what, if you live in a bubble without any criticism ever reaching you, you are not going to have it that easy questioning your own work and you will find improvement is a slow and harrowing process
or what’s worse, you will lose perspective and start thinking that improvement isn’t necessary and believe me
there is always room for improvement
in everything (especially when it comes to your writing, Steven Moffat)
and criticism is there because people are capable of rational, analytical thought and just as you express your thoughts by writing, painting or making music, other people express theirs by criticising your work
who THE FUCK are you to tell people what not to think
a book belongs to its reader, a movie to its audience, a work of art to its viewer
drops the mic and ollies out
Nothing makes me angrier, as a writer, than what he said about getting criticism. Not a damn thing.
Leonardo DiCaprio’s version of Romeo’s speech at Juliet’s bier was so good it moved Claire Danes to tears, nearly ruining the scene. The moment the director yelled “cut!,” Danes smacked DiCaprio on the arm and said, “Don’t make me cry. I’m supposed to be comatose, here!”
#NEVER> OVER TEENAGE REACTION DEAN #THE COLD SHOUDER #THEY’RE BATTLING HEAVEN AND HELL AND SAM IS DYING AND DEAN IS LIKE #how do i show cas i’m rlyrly mad at him? #oh i’ll LOOK AT HIM but not acknowledge him verbally #that’ll burn. that’ll burn deep #AND IT DOES STUPID FUCKING IDIOTS #i hate them (via sillyoldwolf)
I wish more than anything that Cas had stepped up to Dean and said: “You know who acts like a baby, Dean? Babies. Now excuse me, I have a hole in my gut to nurse.”