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Anonymous said: nikki minaj is a gross fuck who is overly sexual and uses too many swear words I'd rather listen to something decent like mozart.
Mozart - “Leck mich im Arsch” - Canon in B flat for 6 Voices, K. 231 / K. 382c
mozart writes about getting that ass licked
nicki sings about getting that ass licked
both true musical masters, honestly
The way art is suppose to be
Oh my scales, I just searched the translation and it’s true. It stands for “Lick me in the ass”
Yeah, there you go, the deathless elegance of classical music. What can one say.
Different Types of Opals
Andamooka Rough Opal
Raw Fire Opal
Tree Fossil with Opal Rings
I love Ocean Opals <3
A correction on the ‘fossilised opal’! Opals don’t really… fossilise, they’re already lithified, heh. What’s happened here is that when the AMMONITE fossilised, it was replaced with opal instead of another kind of rock. It’s not a fossilised opal, it’s an opalised fossil.
The BBC estimates that 100% of British teenagers play video games in some form or other. Within the next century ‘gamers’ will be a term that encompasses every gay and transgender person, every girl and woman, every politician in the cabinet, everyone with a title in the House of Lords, every teacher, nurse, banker, social worker, dustman and paedophile. Video games and their players will be acknowledged as ubiquitous, and the medium’s commentators will be free to move from advocacy (the endless articles and television programmes that, beneath the angle, exist primarily to plead the case that games matter) to more rounded criticism.
But for now, gamers are dishonestly classed as a standardized tribe. Who gains from maintaining the pervading stereotype? There is an argument to say that the game-makers and publishers benefit: they are more easily able to target their marketing to a large and discrete group (“this is for the players” states Sony’s current advertising campaign for its PlayStation 4, for example). But this isn’t quite true: see Nintendo’s gargantuan efforts during the past five years to reach people outside of the traditional gamer demographic. In truth, it’s gamers who fit within the demographic that benefit the most: here, within the artifice of a ‘community’ they find a place to belong, a place where they fit, are understood and are free to be themselves and, together with like-minded people, enjoy a sense of collective power.
There is nothing deplorable about this; the urge to form groups with like-minded people is a universal one. But when that collective power is turned against those on the margins of the group, or those who present valid criticisms of its unifying subject…it becomes problematic. "If you love games, you should refuse to be called a gamer" (The New Statesman)