Regardless of whether or not he himself identifies as an odinist or any sort of heathen, there are still people who think like Frazier Cross in our communities. We must take an active stand against them rather than a passive one. it’s easy to say that they don’t represent us and that they’re not really heathens, but that’s also a pretty easy way of saying “that’s not our problem” when it is, because who is going to do anything about racist heathens but us? What would Thor do in our position?
me (via thunreswine)
I think Thor would decimate them, and honestly I’m perfectly ok with that approach.
There’s two reasons I don’t write code.
1) my angle bracket key doesn’t stay on my keyboard
2) I make typos and then wonder why my code doesn’t work
thank god for Dreamweaver
One time I was working on a coding assignment for class and it kept not validating even though I looked it over at least five times. After two hours of dealing with it I was desperately trying not to hurl my computer across the room, and so I asked my fella to have a look.
I forgot a semi-colon.
One piece of punctuation.
He found it in less than a minute.
I didn’t pursue web design or coding for the sake of my blood pressure.
Rhode Island is home to over 200 incredible libraries, each offering unique collections and programs, all staffed by incredible librarians.
Here’s a quick round-up of some of Rhode Island libraries & library organizations on Tumblr:
Rhode Island Historical Society (our mothership!)
Are there more we’re missing? What are your favorite Rhode Island library blogs?
so a thing that i’ve been thinking about recently has been eventually starting a ttbb women’s choir and i was thinking about it today and i realized, you know what, eventually is far away and i would rather be thinking in presents (presence?) than in futures. if you’re a woman and you sing tenor or bass (particularly if you are a trans woman, but i’m cool with cis ladies participating also) and you live in or close to philadelphia and you would be interested in something like this, can you please contact me? i’d like to see what sort of interest i can garner before moving forward on planning, since this is sort of a useless idea if there’s no one who wants to sing. i don’t particularly care if voice is your primary performance medium, i don’t particularly care if you’re an “accomplished musician” (whatever that means), i don’t even really care if you can read music and i’m down for learning parts by rote if that’s what’s necessary. what i do care about is creating a space apart from a musical community that parses tenor and bass ranges as male. i care about creating a musical space where our voices are validated as women’s voices.
i am not interested in defining womanhood with strict bounds and i am not interested in policing the genders of individuals who want to participate in this space. i recognize that nonbinary womanhoods exist and i want to validate those experiences. i recognize that dmab nonbinary individuals often experience misogyny and transmisogyny such that their experiences may be aligned with those of trans women even if they do not consider themselves women. with this said, i am interested in maintaining this as women’s space. for this reason, i do not want to hear interest from men (cis or trans) or from dfab nonbinary individuals who do not consider themselves women in some sense of the word. i will not ask you to justify your gender to me, but i do expect that this space will be honored.
friends: please signal boost this. this is a project i really, really want to get off the ground.
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