johnskylar:

luftangrepp:

This really is every representation debate in sci-fi and fantasy ever.
"We can’t have people of color in this story - its in the middle ages."
Imagining dragons and elves and hobbits is fine, but imagining a world not inhabited entirely by white people? That would be unrealistic.

"Far Beyond the Stars" is quite possibly the best 40 minutes in all of Star Trek.
More than anything else, the performances in this episode made me want to be a writer.
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johnskylar:

luftangrepp:

This really is every representation debate in sci-fi and fantasy ever.
"We can’t have people of color in this story - its in the middle ages."
Imagining dragons and elves and hobbits is fine, but imagining a world not inhabited entirely by white people? That would be unrealistic.

"Far Beyond the Stars" is quite possibly the best 40 minutes in all of Star Trek.
More than anything else, the performances in this episode made me want to be a writer.
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johnskylar:

luftangrepp:

This really is every representation debate in sci-fi and fantasy ever.
"We can’t have people of color in this story - its in the middle ages."
Imagining dragons and elves and hobbits is fine, but imagining a world not inhabited entirely by white people? That would be unrealistic.

"Far Beyond the Stars" is quite possibly the best 40 minutes in all of Star Trek.
More than anything else, the performances in this episode made me want to be a writer.
Zoom Info
johnskylar:

luftangrepp:

This really is every representation debate in sci-fi and fantasy ever.
"We can’t have people of color in this story - its in the middle ages."
Imagining dragons and elves and hobbits is fine, but imagining a world not inhabited entirely by white people? That would be unrealistic.

"Far Beyond the Stars" is quite possibly the best 40 minutes in all of Star Trek.
More than anything else, the performances in this episode made me want to be a writer.
Zoom Info
johnskylar:

luftangrepp:

This really is every representation debate in sci-fi and fantasy ever.
"We can’t have people of color in this story - its in the middle ages."
Imagining dragons and elves and hobbits is fine, but imagining a world not inhabited entirely by white people? That would be unrealistic.

"Far Beyond the Stars" is quite possibly the best 40 minutes in all of Star Trek.
More than anything else, the performances in this episode made me want to be a writer.
Zoom Info
johnskylar:

luftangrepp:

This really is every representation debate in sci-fi and fantasy ever.
"We can’t have people of color in this story - its in the middle ages."
Imagining dragons and elves and hobbits is fine, but imagining a world not inhabited entirely by white people? That would be unrealistic.

"Far Beyond the Stars" is quite possibly the best 40 minutes in all of Star Trek.
More than anything else, the performances in this episode made me want to be a writer.
Zoom Info
johnskylar:

luftangrepp:

This really is every representation debate in sci-fi and fantasy ever.
"We can’t have people of color in this story - its in the middle ages."
Imagining dragons and elves and hobbits is fine, but imagining a world not inhabited entirely by white people? That would be unrealistic.

"Far Beyond the Stars" is quite possibly the best 40 minutes in all of Star Trek.
More than anything else, the performances in this episode made me want to be a writer.
Zoom Info
johnskylar:

luftangrepp:

This really is every representation debate in sci-fi and fantasy ever.
"We can’t have people of color in this story - its in the middle ages."
Imagining dragons and elves and hobbits is fine, but imagining a world not inhabited entirely by white people? That would be unrealistic.

"Far Beyond the Stars" is quite possibly the best 40 minutes in all of Star Trek.
More than anything else, the performances in this episode made me want to be a writer.
Zoom Info

johnskylar:

luftangrepp:

This really is every representation debate in sci-fi and fantasy ever.

"We can’t have people of color in this story - its in the middle ages."

Imagining dragons and elves and hobbits is fine, but imagining a world not inhabited entirely by white people? That would be unrealistic.

"Far Beyond the Stars" is quite possibly the best 40 minutes in all of Star Trek.

More than anything else, the performances in this episode made me want to be a writer.

trcunning:

earthdad:

ok but give me one good reason why you wouldn’t date Kermit the frog besides that he is a puppet and a frog

I can’t beat Miss Piggy in a fight. She’s very strong and knows karate.


Hey… is that you? Oh… look at you. You’re alive. Me, I’m not so sure. Could use your help. I know this looks bad. Hey, say something already… Say something, will you?! 
…Oh no.
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Hey… is that you? Oh… look at you. You’re alive. Me, I’m not so sure. Could use your help. I know this looks bad. Hey, say something already… Say something, will you?! 
…Oh no.
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Hey… is that you? Oh… look at you. You’re alive. Me, I’m not so sure. Could use your help. I know this looks bad. Hey, say something already… Say something, will you?! 
…Oh no.
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Hey… is that you? Oh… look at you. You’re alive. Me, I’m not so sure. Could use your help. I know this looks bad. Hey, say something already… Say something, will you?! 
…Oh no.
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Hey… is that you? Oh… look at you. You’re alive. Me, I’m not so sure. Could use your help. I know this looks bad. Hey, say something already… Say something, will you?! 
…Oh no.
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Hey… is that you? Oh… look at you. You’re alive. Me, I’m not so sure. Could use your help. I know this looks bad. Hey, say something already… Say something, will you?! 
…Oh no.
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Hey… is that you? Oh… look at you. You’re alive. Me, I’m not so sure. Could use your help. I know this looks bad. Hey, say something already… Say something, will you?!

…Oh no.