Dr. JT

Even happy music leaves me feeling sad.

A Cup Of Coffee, A Sandwich And You

Artist : Nick Lucas
Album : Tip-Toe Through The Tulips - The Best Of
Played 4 Times since Apr 4, 2014

A Cup Of Coffee, A Sandwhich, And You - Nick Lucas

Another ridiculously adorable song.

This.  I wish this song defined me.


The Dutchman - performed by Liam Clancy and Tommy Makem

If this isn’t the most incredible songs about a couple truly in love then I don’t know what is.

doctorjt:

girlgrowingsmall:

My dad taught me to make banana pancakes. They are so yummy. <3

I AM LITERALLY GOING TO GO MAKE THESE RIGHT NOW

Update:

I just tried this and I was not impressed….

That is a HUGE let-down.

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girlgrowingsmall:

My dad taught me to make banana pancakes. They are so yummy. <3

I AM LITERALLY GOING TO GO MAKE THESE RIGHT NOW

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perchu:

esports2k14:

perchu:

large cat

youre wrong

i now notice my error, this image was a perspective illusion. the cat is just close up and the bed is far away

ISN&#8217;T perchu THE PERSON WHO HATES MOREOS?!
THE HELL IS THIS?

YOU HATE OREOS BUT YOU&#8217;RE A SCIENTIST AND YOU CAN TELL THAT THE CAT IS CLOSER THAN THE BED? 
I DON&#8217;T UNDERSTAND

perchu:

esports2k14:

perchu:

large cat

youre wrong

i now notice my error, this image was a perspective illusion. the cat is just close up and the bed is far away

ISN’T perchu THE PERSON WHO HATES MOREOS?!

THE HELL IS THIS?

YOU HATE OREOS BUT YOU’RE A SCIENTIST AND YOU CAN TELL THAT THE CAT IS CLOSER THAN THE BED? 

I DON’T UNDERSTAND

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gabe-the-viking:

doctorjt:

This is a fine mix of sexism and elitism.
Comic book nerds are in the same realm as Magic The Gathering nerds and DnD nerds.
These are exclusive clubs that shun newcomers. So they hate the girls because there were “not true fans and only like the movies. They don’t know the REAL stories.”
Unfortunately for them - the movies do more than a sufficient job. I would argue that they are better.
Fuck these people.

While I do agree that nerds can be very offensive I think alot of it comes from their past. What I mean is that it wasn’t cool to be a nerd when many of them were younger, so they were picked on about it. Now everybody including many of the girls who picked on my nerd friends are all fangirling/boying over comic books and other nerdy things.
It’s the same in other arenas as well though. Gym/Lifting for example. I feel like it used to be very sectioned off. You had nerds, jocks, etc now there is alot of interest by each group in the other’s stuff. That is definitely not met with open arms alot of the time because they get defensive of what they grew up on/love. Not that it’s right at all, but it’s a natural reaction when you see someone who used to be an enemy or at least not an ally trying to be part of your group.
I don’t see it as blatant sexism or elitism, more of a growing pain as we become a more understanding and integrated society. For example I was invited to a Star Wars Nerd Drinking event at a normally sporty bar and I have lifted with some of the biggest nerds I’ve ever met. I have played Dungeons and Dragons with a State Football Champion and Pokemon with a business owner. Not everyone gets so defensive and lashes out, but people who have been hurt tend to do that especially towards people that they see as a threat to what they love.
Just my observations.

Not everyone lashes out, no.  
But it&#8217;s definitely that &#8220;outspoken minority&#8221; rule that seems to plague everyone.
The &#8220;DnD/Magic-type nerds&#8221; piss me off because to most people, I am one, but to them I&#8217;m not good enough. 
I love Captain America.  I grew up loving Captain America.   But I love the movies more than I loved the comics.   Somehow that is hugely frowned upon by that same minority group who represent the entirety of people in that group. 

Remember in 2007 when &#8220;every&#8221; High School girl was running around yelling &#8220;LOL YOU LOST THE GAME, MUD KIP MUD KIP THE MUDKIP LOST THE GAME&#8221;
They were met by the video game crowd with grit teeth.
Mind you, many of them moved on to become wonderful people in that community - people who have learned about what they love and are now actively involved and wonderful.   They know what they like, they know what they don&#8217;t like, and that&#8217;s good enough&#8230; right?
Except it&#8217;s not - for some people.   You know it, I know it, etc etc.

Or the Metal community.
Sorry, guys.  A majority of Thrash Metal is fucking awful - very few Death Metal bands are worth listening to, Ozzy was the best front-man for Black Sabbath, and Iron Maiden was a precurser to Power Metal whether you want to admit it or not.

and for many people - I could say that and they&#8217;d say &#8220;Yeah, I mean I still think Dio was better for Sabbath, but I got ya!&#8221;
But others would literally say I&#8217;m no longer allowed to listen to any type of Metal because of how untrue everything I just said was.

Are they the minority?  Probably.Are they the ones that everyone hears from, though?Yes.


What I&#8217;m saying here, is.
Every group, no matter what it is, has THOSE people.   The minority who sits in the corner with megaphones screaming at everyone who isn&#8217;t as &#8220;elite&#8221; as they are, and therefore not good enough. 

I did a poor job explaining that, originally, but there you go.

So basically - don&#8217;t try to join any groups or communities.   You&#8217;ll just be shunned by the assholes in the corner.

Come join me and be a Robin Hood fan.  There aren&#8217;t that many of us, we could use more numbers (but even we have that asshole on the Blue Boar Inn forums who hates anyone who enjoys Howard Pyle&#8217;s books.)

gabe-the-viking:

doctorjt:

This is a fine mix of sexism and elitism.

Comic book nerds are in the same realm as Magic The Gathering nerds and DnD nerds.

These are exclusive clubs that shun newcomers.
So they hate the girls because there were “not true fans and only like the movies. They don’t know the REAL stories.”


Unfortunately for them - the movies do more than a sufficient job. I would argue that they are better.

Fuck these people.

While I do agree that nerds can be very offensive I think alot of it comes from their past. What I mean is that it wasn’t cool to be a nerd when many of them were younger, so they were picked on about it. Now everybody including many of the girls who picked on my nerd friends are all fangirling/boying over comic books and other nerdy things.

It’s the same in other arenas as well though. Gym/Lifting for example. I feel like it used to be very sectioned off. You had nerds, jocks, etc now there is alot of interest by each group in the other’s stuff. That is definitely not met with open arms alot of the time because they get defensive of what they grew up on/love. Not that it’s right at all, but it’s a natural reaction when you see someone who used to be an enemy or at least not an ally trying to be part of your group.

I don’t see it as blatant sexism or elitism, more of a growing pain as we become a more understanding and integrated society. For example I was invited to a Star Wars Nerd Drinking event at a normally sporty bar and I have lifted with some of the biggest nerds I’ve ever met. I have played Dungeons and Dragons with a State Football Champion and Pokemon with a business owner. Not everyone gets so defensive and lashes out, but people who have been hurt tend to do that especially towards people that they see as a threat to what they love.

Just my observations.

Not everyone lashes out, no. 

But it’s definitely that “outspoken minority” rule that seems to plague everyone.

The “DnD/Magic-type nerds” piss me off because to most people, I am one, but to them I’m not good enough. 

I love Captain America.  I grew up loving Captain America.   But I love the movies more than I loved the comics.   Somehow that is hugely frowned upon by that same minority group who represent the entirety of people in that group. 

Remember in 2007 when “every” High School girl was running around yelling “LOL YOU LOST THE GAME, MUD KIP MUD KIP THE MUDKIP LOST THE GAME”

They were met by the video game crowd with grit teeth.

Mind you, many of them moved on to become wonderful people in that community - people who have learned about what they love and are now actively involved and wonderful.   They know what they like, they know what they don’t like, and that’s good enough… right?

Except it’s not - for some people.   You know it, I know it, etc etc.

Or the Metal community.

Sorry, guys.  A majority of Thrash Metal is fucking awful - very few Death Metal bands are worth listening to, Ozzy was the best front-man for Black Sabbath, and Iron Maiden was a precurser to Power Metal whether you want to admit it or not.

and for many people - I could say that and they’d say “Yeah, I mean I still think Dio was better for Sabbath, but I got ya!”

But others would literally say I’m no longer allowed to listen to any type of Metal because of how untrue everything I just said was.

Are they the minority?  Probably.
Are they the ones that everyone hears from, though?
Yes.

What I’m saying here, is.

Every group, no matter what it is, has THOSE people.   The minority who sits in the corner with megaphones screaming at everyone who isn’t as “elite” as they are, and therefore not good enough. 

I did a poor job explaining that, originally, but there you go.

So basically - don’t try to join any groups or communities.   You’ll just be shunned by the assholes in the corner.

Come join me and be a Robin Hood fan.  There aren’t that many of us, we could use more numbers (but even we have that asshole on the Blue Boar Inn forums who hates anyone who enjoys Howard Pyle’s books.)

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This is a fine mix of sexism and elitism. Comic book nerds are in the same realm as Magic The Gathering nerds and DnD nerds. These are exclusive clubs that shun newcomers. So they hate the girls because there were &#8220;not true fans and only like the movies. They don&#8217;t know the REAL stories.&#8221;Unfortunately for them - the movies do more than a sufficient job. I would argue that they are better. Fuck these people.

This is a fine mix of sexism and elitism.

Comic book nerds are in the same realm as Magic The Gathering nerds and DnD nerds.

These are exclusive clubs that shun newcomers.
So they hate the girls because there were “not true fans and only like the movies. They don’t know the REAL stories.”


Unfortunately for them - the movies do more than a sufficient job. I would argue that they are better.

Fuck these people.

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