I’m really getting sick of all the untagged porn in #digimon
I don’t want to see porn about my favorite kids’ shows, at least give me a chance to savior that shit
plus it doesn’t even make sense, digimon are asexual in the biological sense (asexual reproduction… they die and are reborn in digieggs). Why would they even have genitalia?
And pretty much everyone else in the shows (except Savers) is like 10 so ewww
This is to those of you who are saying John Hurt is the 12th Doctor, 1st Doctor, or forgotten 9th, or are just confused by the finale. John Hurt’s “doctor” is the version of the Doctor before he became the Doctor. If it makes you feel better, he is the 0th doctor. He is the reason the doctor became The Doctor. He is not the next (12th) doctor, nor is he considered the 1st/9th doctor (the same numbers will stay for each doctor/actor). The Doctor was a different person before he became The Doctor. He was a child, he was a teenager; he had to mature and grow and find his own unique identity (as the Doctor). John Hurt plays who The Doctor was, the version who forced the Doctor to become the Doctor. I have no idea where these ideas came from, but this is what the finale was saying.
(If I am wrong, I am sorry, but this is what I believe.)
I don’t think he can be the 1st before he was the Doctor, since the Doctor says he betrayed that name, meaning he had already chosen it (I really liked the line about names).
We were thinking he was probably the Valeyard earlier, but that doesn’t entirely make sense either.
two season finales in one week is too much for my feels
I’m not sure everyone knows what this means, so loosely, I’d define it as the ability to acquire, analyze, and use information.
In the modern world, this entails:
- the ability to read
- the ability to figure out how reliable a source is likely to be
- the ability to identify likely bias
- in academic fields, this entails an understanding of common research methods and of statistics
- research skills, which often means, in part, computer literacy
- the ability to make connections between old and new information, to communicate information to others, to apply it to ones’ actions or life, etc. - to use the information, in short
Many of us are not as good at finding information as we might be, and tumblr is full of examples of people who are taken in by unreliable or biased sources… or even outright hoaxes.
Hello, everyone! This is another one of my annoying TED talk posts. It’s not a full talk obviously, but I really enjoyed just this little snippet. My nephew was recently diagnosed with ADHD. I understand that there are people who genuinely struggle with it, but I do not think it’s as high as 10%. Why? Because I remember being a child not too long ago, believe it or not. There is nothing wrong with a child wanting to bounce around. My genuine belief is that we are losing sight of what childhood is meant to be like. I know it’s a long shot — but it feels true. Feel free to refute me but I’m being real here guys.
— Trevy! <3
Just so you know ADHD is not just about fidgeting or hyperactivity.
I was not hyperactive by anyone’s standards as a kid, but I still have a diagnosis (inattentive type exists, go figure!).
It’s not that I disagree that adults can over-emphasize conformity, sitting for long periods of time (doesn’t suit everyone, nor is it all that healthy) etc.
But I think you need to learn more about the subject.