If I’d known Moana had a giant decorator crab in it, I’d have pre-ordered tickets.
Tamatoa also gets the second best song in the movie, although even it pales in comparison to “You’re Welcome.”
Major journal said we can’t cite biorxiv papers; instead must reference them via footnotes.
The journal editors discussed and changed their policies to allow preprints with DOIs.
The mission of Professor Watchlist is to expose and document college professors who discriminate against conservative students, promote anti-American values, and advance leftist propaganda in the classroom.
We tell the tale of heroes to remind ourselves that we also can be great.
Seriously, holy shit, how do you grow up loving Superman and think bullying is OK?
How do you read X-Men your whole life and think hating your neighbors because they are different is just fine?
How do you see every Star Trek episode and be riddled with xenophobia?
How do you have those people as your heroes your whole life, and then spit on everything they try to teach us? ...
My one slim hope is that maybe someday, something Spider-Man or Optimus Prime or Luke Cage said will get through and find a spark. Maybe be a reminder that most of our great fictional heroes wouldn’t behave like this.
They save people, they help people. They fight for people.