A couple quick Digby doodles. He’s so ding-dang determined, I feel bad that he’s always standing around by himself, so I make a point to hang out around him. I like to imagine that we’re pals and we talk about our families and stuff together. A good mayor doesn’t let anyone be lonely.
Get New Leaf’s Best Buy DLC without leaving home
Best Buy has a set of exclusive Animal Crossing: New Leaf items you can grab via StreetPass if you visit the retailer’s locations. Not everyone has a Best Buy nearby (and not everyone wants to visit the store), though, so here’s a workaround posted by Link.
You’ll need to do some fiddling with your router:
- Change the SSID on your router to “Bestbuy” — this is case sensitive, so make sure it looks just like that without the quotes (you can also use tethering on your cell phone)
- Make sure you can connect to it via your wifi settings
- You should get an indicator on your 3DS homescreen signaling that you’re connected to a Nintendo Zone
- You do NOT need to load up Nintendo Zone; simply boot up New Leaf, go to the post office, and ask Pelly for your present to grab the DLC
And repeat every other week until August! Thanks to Animekatt for the screenshot of the Raccoon Wall-clock.
Commission for the wonderful imaizumii!!! ヾ(･ω･*)ﾉ
disagreeing with homosexual acts isn’t homophobia.
However, belittling, abusing, killing or discriminating against gay people is homophobia.
Believe what you like about gay people, but don’t spread your belief through violence or discrimination.
Actually it would be “disagreeing with things black people do isn’t racism” the first statement mentions disagreement of an act, not dislike of a person.
Similar to “I don’t like that person A can’t play basketball very well, but hating them for it or causing them harm over it is unacceptable”.
Don’t twist someone’s words because you can’t handle that other people have differing opinions.
I don’t think so, and by think, I mean I know, because hating that people do and hating something that people visibly look like are are two very different things but both have the same outcomes. And it’s not an opinion. You’re homophobic. Just because you can’t handle the meaning of homophobic doesn’t mean you can alter it so that it doesn’t make you look someone who doesn’t outwardly dislikes gays. Also, it wasn’t twisting words; it was adjusting the bigotry to the situation, my dear. And no matter what you say, it won’t matter, because you’ll still be *gasp* homophobic!
Okay listen here you little dick.
Firstly, did I say that I disagree with homosexual acts? No. I’m saying that some people disagree with homosexual acts. And that’s just their belief, that’s NOT homophobia, that’s just an opinion.
In the same way that a lot of people disagree with promiscuity. Is that slut shaming? No. Slut shaming is telling promiscuous men and mostly women that they’re impure, dirty and disgusting. Slut shaming is abusing promiscuous people, NOT disagreeing with promiscuity.
I don’t really like the colour black. Does that make me a racist?
Get your ugly face out of your arse and actually read what people say properly before you accuse anyone of being a bigot. You don’t even know me. Jeez.
Gosh you have made me literally so angry.
Shots fired - and you’re still wrong.
I never targeted you, I was speaking to anyone who claims to not be homophobic solely because they “disagree” with homosexuality - and yes, that is homophobia, and you saying otherwise doesn’t change a damn thing. It’s like me saying “In my opinion, apples are rainbow colored.” Apples aren’t rainbow colored, and that’s a fact, even if it’s my “opinion” if they are.
People disagreeing with promiscuity and slut-shaming are to completely different things. They are NOT synonymous in any way. Slut shaming is literally shaming someone for they sex life or perceived sex life. Disagreeing with promiscuity is a very broad thing and implies something much different than slut shaming.
Also, was the point of this statement about you disliking the color black meant to make you sound unintelligent? Because if so, mission accomplished. Way to completely undermine the struggle of black Americans over the course of history to try and make a “clever” statement.
AND for the record, you wish your garbage-disposal inspired face could look nearly as cute as mine. You’re right, you’re not a bigot, just ignorant and idiotic.
Nichelle Nichols (born Grace Dell Nichols on December 28, 1932)
“For the first time on television we will be seen as we should be seen every day – as intelligent, quality, beautiful people who can sing, dance, but who can also go into space, who can be lawyers, who can be teachers, who can be professors, and yet you don’t see it on television – until now….” - Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr to Nichelle Nichols