why is the female hero so often tomboyish
why cant there just be one like oops i chipped my barbie pink nail polish while brutally killing an entire armada of time traveling ninja pirates
with my hair curler
another hipster post ruined
ahhhhhhh! high five!
I am so happy and excited omfg.
1) I’m kindof maybe a little a lot of obsessed with documenting things.
2) I am insanely tired right now.
3) Cups has been stuck in my head for a week.
4) It’s one of my best friend’s birthdays today♥
5) I am graduating in 5 days.
6) This afternoon I received a VW Bug as a graduation present!!!!
7) I spend all of too much of my money in the $5 DVD bins at Walmart.
8) I love my friends more than life itself.
9) I think I’ve worn more dresses the past 6 months than I have the entire rest of my life.
10) I got my graduation cap and gown and shoes today, as well as my NAHS cords. I also have an NHS stole I’m wearing. Not right now.Anyways.
actually the worst acting in the fuckin world
SHE TRIES TO WINK AT THE END AND CLOSES BOTH HER EYES I CANT
do she got a booty
one of my all time favourite photos
so don’t even tell me i matter, because i don’t.
oh how wrong you all are.
every word we utter and every action we make has an impact on everyone on this earth.
something as small as the flutter of a butterfly’s wing can ultimately cause a typhoon halfway around the world.
everything is connected and everything matters. there’s not an atom in our bodies that has not been forged in the furnace of the sun.
and… we are all related. every single one of us has ascended from the same human beings.
we are family. we are one with the sun. we are one with the moon. we are one with the sea. we are one with the earth. we are one with nature.
People mistake ovulation and menstruation to be the same thing when in fact they aren’t
Ovulation is when the eggs are saying “hello friends I am here”
And menstuation is when the eggs are saying “goodbye friends I am gone”
THIS EXPLAINS THE DIFFERENCE 40x BETTER THAN MY ENTIRE SEVENTH GRADE SEX ED CLASS.
today in science we had this sub nd the other people went outside so it was just me and a couple friends so we flipped all the chairs upside down and formed a satanic star in the middle of the room w yard sticks and i laid in t he middle of th floor while all the other people acted like they were sacrificing me th en the sub came in and the only thing he said was “oh not again”
“Amazon Publishing will acquire all rights to your new stories, including global publication rights, for the term of copyright.” What this means is that when you publish a story on Kindle Worlds, you’re giving Amazon the right to do whatever they want with your story, forever. They can sell it electronically, digitally, carve it into a rock, or give it away. It’s up to them, and you have no say. Ever.
“You will own the copyright to the original, copyrightable elements (such as characters, scenes, and events) that you create and include in your work, and the World Licensor will retain the copyright to all the original elements of the World.” Awesome! Exactly the kind of license I would want. Except …
“When you submit your story in a World, you are granting Amazon Publishing an exclusive license to the story and all the original elements you include in that story.” Want to publish your fan fiction on FanFiction.net? Tough. Amazon is the only entity legally allowed to publish your material. And if they decide that they want to stop publishing your material? Sucks for you. You have no other outlet.
“This means that your story and all the new elements must stay within the applicable World.” This is a huge, flashing warning sign, a big neon Danger, Will Robinson! When you submit a story to Kindle Worlds, you give Amazon all of the rights to your new ideas, even ideas that came solely from your head. Come up with a concept for an awesome new character who just happens to interact with a Salvatore Brother? You can never use that character anywhere except within a Kindle Worlds story.
“We will allow Kindle Worlds authors to build on each other’s ideas and elements.” This means that people get to write fan fiction about your fan fiction. Kindle Worlds is essentially a viral license. I don’t exactly have a problem with that. It would be cool if there was a way to be compensated when another author uses some or your original ideas, but I honestly don’t know how that would even be possible.
“We will also give the World Licensor a license to use your new elements and incorporate them into other works without further compensation to you.” One of the big issues authors have traditionally had with fan fiction is the possibility that a fan fiction writer would claim the original author stole the fan’s ideas and incorporated them into their work. This is why even authors who explicitly allow fan fiction almost never read fan fiction. This sentence does away with that fear entirely. If you submit a story to Kindle Worlds, the original creators can use it however they want. Just think! The next season of Vampire Diaries could be based on your story! Except you won’t be paid for it.
The exception is the license to new concepts developed within a Kindle Worlds story. That is uniquely the author’s own, and submitting to Kindle Worlds locks it up forever. Stories are an author’s lifeblood, and you should never give that kind of control over your ideas to someone else. Fifty Shades of Gray would have never happened under Kindle Worlds, because Amazon would own all of the rights to that story, not EL James. She wouldn’t have been allowed to change the character names, flush out the story, and publish on her own. Amazon would have owned that work, not her.” —
Pretty sure all the awesome fandom folks I know are smart enough to have realized what a steaming turd the new Amazon thing really is, but just in case you have to get into an argument over it with someone (yes, these are things I legitimately prep for) here are some clear talking points.
Also, no porn, graphic violence, crossovers or’excessive’ use of curse words. So, like, all the fun stuff about fanfic.
The kind of people that need to be beaten with sticks brutally…..
The first thing I’d do as a parent is send this child to do volunteer work at the local homeless shelter.
Now that’s a birthday gift.