Phil Fish fakes being hacked by “/V/”, and the “leader” of 4chan. Damage control to the maximum.
dude is the most histrionic person this side of a 13 year old on deviantart
How do you consciously manage this kind of bullshit?
So he leaked his employees info and said it was a hack? He should be sued out his fucking ass.
He’ll get sued. By some combination of Cloudflare, Valve, and Microsoft.
the LEADER of 4chan
People on /v/ are already using /V/ ironically.
COME ON MAN
the leader of 4chan
I’m just imagining 4chan as some saturday morning cartoon villains like Cobra or the Legion of Doom. Cannot stop laughing
If social justice *video game* journalists will go this far to protect a fucking nobody like Zoe Quinn, how far do you think the social justice journalism community will go to protect an actual female social justice politician.
If Zoe Quinn elicits this kind of response I fear what will happen when it actually matters.
They have their proof of concept. They know they can blackout the internet community… from wikipedia to kotaku and cracked… they’ve *proven* they can get away with greywashing.
So what’s next?
this is really cute because youve actually bolded your own doomsday text for effect
im not sure what kind of fantasy world ur living in where “social justice” is a scary political standpoint. dear lord, a female politician actually trying to get equal rights AND THEN PEOPLE WHO AGREE WITH HER ACTUALLY STAND UP FOR HER!?!?!??! people can support those they believe in… what the fuck is this….
you act like bias in reporting is new. have you ever seen the fuckin news??
please tell me your trollin like this kind of bullshit cant be real
It’s not “Female Politicians” I’m concerned with. I’ve voted for females in the past and likely will in the future. Gender actually had an impact on how I’ve voted because I tend to vote whomever I think is the most ethical, even if their views do not align with mine 100%.
What we’ve seen the past few days is deeply *unethical*. Zoe Quinn is a self described rapist. As in she meets her own definition of a rapist.
Despite this… the Social Justice Warriors have taken her under their wing and are working furiously to suppress… actually suppress.. the story.
Conversely simply being accused of rape from a sexual encounter years ago was enough to get it splashed on as a headline when the developer was male.
There was absolutely no proof a rape occurred… only that a woman said there was.
If you can’t see the massive and fucked up lapse in ethics here then there’s no helping you.
I saw the entirety of Nicki Minaj’s new video and tbh it’s just tacky and gross
What exactly did you really expect though? Most of her style is like that. It’s definitely not my cup of tea.
I once saw one of her music videos and was like meh not my cup of tea
The issue I have with her style of music, and many other similar artists in most contemporary styles including hip hop, rap, country, etc., is that I feel they’re objects living in a materialized, artificial society that doesn’t value a person on their talent of forming educatedly composed lyrical music but instead how much they can flash their sexuality or materialistic value coincides with their stereotypical role in said society and it’s just something that bothers me. Also, her voice is hella annoying.
Every fucking time someone makes a post for guys that’s basically like, “Hey, you aren’t worthless,” or “Don’t mess with girls that are basically the embarrassment of humanity and who think your abuse is funny,” some stupid little bitches have to jump on it and add their little “lmao” and “wah poor boys.”
Like, shut the fuck up, you absolute fucking disgrace. There are thousands of posts on here shitting on boys and men, they can have a few that treats them like fucking human beings and doesn’t make them want to kill themselves. You people who get off on hurting boys like that are fucking disgusting.
c4ss:“I can’t get killed for this job,” observed one of Adam Basford’s former colleagues in the Yakima Police Department, explaining why he had refused to come to Basford’s aid during a hand-to-hand struggle with an armed suspect. “I thought we were going to get killed, so I had to leave you there.”That officer was one of three who were in a position to help on August 18, 2013 when Basford attempted to arrest Antonio Cardenas, a recently paroled felon who was suspected of aggravated assault with a firearm. Concerned over the safety of bystanders, including a young girl, Officer Basford didn’t pull his gun. He found himself grappling with a younger ex-convict who was several inches taller and at least sixty pounds heavier, while every other available nearby officer found something better to do.Basford was able to subdue the suspect without killing him or risking the lives of people in the neighborhood. Rather than receiving a commendation, Basford is now off the force and facing criminal charges – not for taking down an armed, violent felon without using lethal force, but for filing a misconduct complaint against an erstwhile colleague.Basford, an Air Force veteran who regarded himself to be a peace officer rather than a law enforcer, had patrolled a violent neighborhood riven with gang-related violence. On many occasions prior to August 18, he had called for backup, only to find – as he did that night – that no help was forthcoming. This wasn’t just because Basford’s fellow officers were afraid, but because he had violated the unwritten but binding rules of police solidarity by speaking out against routine misconduct and abuse within the department. …
This needs attention
"Feminism got women the right to vote, you should be grateful as a woman. You shouldn’t hate feminism, it’s done so much for you, it’s disrespectful to be against / disagree with feminism!"
1. The efforts and successes of women before you do not count as your accomplishments. Feminism, and the people who identify as feminists, have changed. Do not try to pass off the accomplishments of those almost a century before you as your own. You (as a person and feminism as a movement now) did not get me the right to vote, women (and men) almost 100 years ago did.
2. This logic is just so flawed. I appreciate the rights that the early United States government decided to endow on every citizen, and the amendments made thereafter, but that doesn’t mean I should be grateful to the United States government as it currently stands (and I actually really dislike it nowadays). I treat feminism the same way.
3. Feminism is supposed to, in theory, support the choices of all women. Choice is liberation, right? If you truly strive to be an example of the dictionary definition of feminism (not the feminism we see applied here on tumblr), then you should continue to support the women who disagree with you. You should be open to discussion on how to improve feminism, and most importantly you should not use the sexist ideas* and guilt your movement is supposedly against just so you can add more numbers to your movement. Sexism doesn’t magically stop being sexism when a woman disagrees with you. Do not shame women for their choices, and allow them to embrace equality in their own way, whether it’s through aligning themselves with another movement or not, or just through unlabeled action/speech, whatever. Difference is not disrespect, disagreeing is not disrespect. Undermining someone’s opinions is what’s actually disrespectful.
*women just do x for male attention, women who believe x are stupid/brainwashed, women who disagree with x have low self esteem/hate themselves, women who disagree are sexist
Okay guys, I’m going to get serious for a minute.
If you’re not in Ireland at the moment, you may not know about the situation regarding the laws on abortion. It is completely illegal, even in cases of rape, incest, fatal foetal abnormality, and other such things.
Women have died in this country because inability to have an abortion put strain on their health. A woman who wasn’t even Irish begged for an abortion because her child was about to die in the womb. The complications arising from her case resulted in her contracting septicaemia, organ failure, and tragically dying.
In 1992, the X Case took place, involving a 14-year-old girl, knowns only as x, who became pregnant after being raped. Instead of offering help to the girl, who because suicidal, they prevented her from travelling out of the country for an abortion.
Any Irish woman* who needs an abortion has to travel to the UK, which means if you don’t have the money, you’re out of luck. What does the Irish Government have to say about this?
Well, recently the UN confronted the Government about our abortion laws, pointing out that we were breaking Human Rights laws, and that the Government treated Irish women* like vessels.
Joan Burton, the Tánaiste, said that there will be no referendum on abortion in this Government’s lifetime. They’re literally saying that they don’t care enough to rectify Human Rights breaches.
I am NOT a vessel, and neither are you. Make your voice heard. Come to the March for Choice on the 27th of September in Dublin.
Never give up, never stay quiet.
This has only been up since last night and LADS, the NOTES. Keep spreading the word!