I literally had no interest in Star Wars until I saw TFA and I don’t the originals but I’m obsessed w the new ones. However I feel like I’m not allowed to say I like Star Wars bc I only liked it recently



You are allowed to say you like Star Wars if you’ve only seen a couple episodes of Rebels. You’re allowed to say you like Star Wars if you’ve never even heard of the Extended Universe. You’re allowed to say you like Star Wars if you only like the new movies. You’re allowed to say you like Star Wars if you just picked up one of the Poe Dameron comics off the shelf and thumbed through it.

People are going to constantly call you to prove your worth as a fan, and it’s bullshit, pal. It’s bullshit. If you like Star Wars, then you like Star Wars. That’s all there is to it. Doesn’t matter if you’re OG or shiny and new. Doesn’t matter how little or much you’ve consumed, if you create content or not. There’s plenty of room in the galaxy and I’m glad you’re here.







2016 swinging for the fences on all levels

when “O_o TaCKle HuGZZ!!” goes wrong

Smh, y’all fucking suck

What kind of person hears about murder or terrorist attacks and then laughs at the victims, no matter who they were?

so like I love internet culture as much as the next person but maybe if you hear about three people, two of whom had young children who are now orphans, being murdered and because they participated in a weird internet subculture that, all things considered, is like, relatively harmless especially when compared to certain alt-right internet subcultures, your response is to openly mock them, I think you need to step away from your computer, go outside, and talk to another human being. 


Racism isn’t a young vs old problem. There are teen white nationalists and old people of color.

People who say old people shouldn’t vote: stop. Senior citizens are very likely to be victims of abuse and are reliant on government services. They are important.



We recently learned that a third party had obtained access to a set of Tumblr user email addresses with salted and hashed passwords from early 2013, prior to the acquisition of Tumblr by Yahoo. As soon as we became aware of this, our security team thoroughly investigated the matter. Our analysis gives us no reason to believe that this information was used to access Tumblr accounts. As a precaution, however, we will be requiring affected Tumblr users to set a new password.

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Yeah, @staff. It’d be nice if you didn’t forcibly log people out and then lock them out until they reset their password. I mean, some people have acute email issues or other problems that make what you did frustrating to get through. If they get through it at all. Also, would it be so hard to put a pinned post on top of everyone’s dash to announce this? It’s so easy to put a “Ask random celebrity blog!” note up there but when there’s a possible security problem suddenly it’s not something you think of?