outofcontextdnd:

"I hate occult bullshit, quote me on that."
-The Magus

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I actually reaaally like this remix ngl

clipping’s gonna get big relatively soon, I feel it

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hadangeki said: tfw tumblr makes the computer 30% slower because of all the Gif’s that we sometimes have to wait to finish loading In our dashboard.

Dude that shit gets me heated, don’t even start there

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schrodingershark:

addictedtoedh:

stevok42:

I think people are missing the fact that if he’s the commander and his ult deals with planeswalkers, there’s got to be more walkers in the deck. I bet we’ll get some sort of Jace reprint, maybe a Tamiyo. I’m calling it right now, though: if the deck is named Peer Through Time, they have GOT to have an Urza planeswalker card in there.

Did not think of that. WHAT IS IN THAT DECK?

The retail price is 39.99, I doubt it’s going to be filled with planeswalker reprints. You might need to add your own to it. Though if they did, that’d be an amazing move by Wizards, and you should buy the deck before the price of it skyrockets.

schrodingershark:

addictedtoedh:

stevok42:

I think people are missing the fact that if he’s the commander and his ult deals with planeswalkers, there’s got to be more walkers in the deck. I bet we’ll get some sort of Jace reprint, maybe a Tamiyo. I’m calling it right now, though: if the deck is named Peer Through Time, they have GOT to have an Urza planeswalker card in there.

Did not think of that. WHAT IS IN THAT DECK?

The retail price is 39.99, I doubt it’s going to be filled with planeswalker reprints. You might need to add your own to it. Though if they did, that’d be an amazing move by Wizards, and you should buy the deck before the price of it skyrockets.

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Many of us cannot help looking because of what Susan Sontag has called “the perennial seductiveness of war.” It is a kind of rubbernecking, staring at the bloody aftermath of something that is not an act of God but of man. The effect, as Ms. Sontag pointed out in an essay in The New Yorker in 2002, is anything but certain.

“Making suffering loom larger, by globalizing it, may spur people to feel they ought to ‘care’ more,” she wrote. “It also invites them to feel that the sufferings and misfortunes are too vast, too irrevocable, too epic to be much changed by any local, political intervention.”

So now that war comes to us in real time, do we feel helpless or empowered? Do we care more, or will the ubiquity of images and information desensitize us to the point where human suffering loses meaning when it is part of a scroll that includes a video of your niece twerking? Oh, we say as our index finger navigates to the next item, another one of those.

As war becomes a more remote, mechanized activity, posts and images from the target area have significant value. When a trigger gets pulled or bombs explode, real people are often on the wrong end of it. And bearing witness to the consequences gives meaning to what we see.

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