How do we know that they won’t target us again? What have they done that shows us that they deserve our trust? What poof do we have that they won’t do the same Horrendous things they did before? and, Did they ever really stop? WHEN DID THEY STOP? How do we know their not planning to do worse then they ever did before? The crimes they committed they happened hundreds of years apart. It was not just one single group of people from one time, these are people who never even met, weren’t even born in the same century. I am dead serious about these questions. So please feel free to inform me why we should feel safe while their still walking the street?
How do we trust Mongolians not to rape and pillage their way across asia and the middle east again? How do we trust Japan not to invade China, Korea, and the Philippines? Repeat the rape of Nanking?
How do we trust Arabs not to wage war across the levante and try to set up a backwards ass theocracy? Oh wait, isn’t ISIS trying to do exactly that?
Just an experiment. Reblog if you actually give a fuck about male victims of domestic violence and rape.
Of fucking course
What sick bastard doesn’t
"You’d be surprised", said Xaldien, who just lost four followers and received a lovely "men can’t be raped" anon shortly after reblogging this the first time.
And so I’m starting a great race of catchup! I finished Tropic of Serpents, and it was very enjoyable. I do like Isabella Camhearst’s sort of growth, and coming to terms with her life’s decisions in this one. A nice ending too.
Honestly, I hope Tom can finally catch a break. That man deserves it.
Based on a follower recommendation, I’m starting Going Postal by Terry Pratchett. I’ve read some Pratchett before, but sporadically. Dunno if I ever finished one, but I do find it hilarious. Hopefully I can finish this before the week’s end, which would really help me get closer to being on track.
- Throne of the Crescent Moon; Saladin Ahmed
- The Spirit Thief; Rachel Aaron
- The Spirit Rebellion; Rachel Aaron
- The Spirit Eater; Rachel Aaron
- Promise of Blood; Brian McClellan
- The Spirit War; Rachel Aaron
- Spirits End; Rachel Aaron
- The Dwarves; Markus Heitz
- Broken Blade; Kelly McCullough
- A Dance of Cloaks; David Dalglish
- Crewel Lye; Piers Anthony
- Path of Anger; Antoine Rouaud
- Miserere: An Autumn Tale; Teresa Frohock
- The Eye of the World; Robert Jordan
- Of Dice and Men: The Story of Dungeons & Dragons and The People Who Play It; David M. Ewalt
- Stormcaller; Tom Lloyd
- Knife Sworn; Mazarkis Williams
- The Daylight War; Peter V Brett
- A Natural History of Dragons: A Memoir by Lady Trent; Marie Brennan
- Blood Song; Anthony Ryan
- Dance of Blades; David Dalglish
- Gallow: The Crimson Shield; Nathan Hawke
- Heartwood; Freya Robertson
- Blood’s Pride; Evie Manieri
- Dragon’s Gold; Piers Anthony, Robert E. Margroff
- The Lies of Locke Lamora; Scott Lynch
- Dying of the Light; George R. R. Martin
- The Black Prism; Brent Weeks
- The Blinding Knife; Brent Weeks
- Ender’s Game; Orson Scott Card
- The Prince of Fools; Mark Lawrence
- The Palace Job; Patrick Weekes
- Imager; L.E. Modesitt Jr.
- The Broken Eye; Brent Weeks
- The Tropic of Serpents: A Memoir by Lady Trent; Marie Brennan