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booksneak:

pergus:

so i watched scott pilgrim vs the world again last night and the fact that im still picking up on things that i never saw before astounds me, like in this bus scene after the fight with matthew patel there’s a fucking bokeh filter on the front of the camera so when ramona is on screen all the out of focus bits are rendered as little “x”s and scott’s bits are little love hearts but when scott asks ramona if they’re dating now there’s a little ding from the bus as ramona’s turn to hearts like omg

the amount of attention to detail edgar wright puts into his films is absolutely baffling to me

I’ve probably seen this movie 4 times, and I love it, and this post just made me go to Amazon and buy it on blu ray.

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Reblogged from AMOR FATI

Sometimes I get super scared of talking about race around white people. I shouldn't feel that way about something that effects me so much. I wonder if this is a mechanism to silence poc who are not quiet about racial injustice? It could be other things to but I often find myself thinking about this.

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aravenhairedmaiden

angrywocunited:

You’re absolutely correct, it’s often used as a mechanism to silence POC. I’d be lying to you if I told you that I knew how discuss racial injustice with white people, I don’t. Everyday, I’m trying to figure this out but unfortunately I’m failing. What’s interesting is white people are more comfortable hearing about racial injustice from other white people than from POC. 

If we talk about racial injustice = we’re lying, anti-white, and bitter.

If other whites talk about racial injustice = whites begin to believe that racial injustices exist. 

-G

I’m feeling this at my new work, where I am one of 3 people in the editorial and writing staff. I talk about issues, such as the events in Ferguson, and immediately get shut down. But my supervisor, who is white, talks about racial inequality and gets a bunch of nods and acknowledgments. 😒