Don’t usually post pictures of myself on here.
How many of you folks have sat down and waited while the other players were just shooting at the loot cave?
I know that this is starting to die out a bit, but I just want to give my opinion on this. I’ve been seeing so many folks pointing fingers and playing this foolish blame game for such a while now, it’s starting to get ridiculous. How I see it, the hackers are not the only ones at fault. Since we’ve been surround by technology for so long, we’ve witnessed and hear about people and companies being hacked. Wouldn’t you think people would actually learn from that? No matter how strong your security is, there will always be a weakness. A weakness that someone will soon exploit and take advantage of. It’s one of these reasons why I don’t trust cloud storages or keeping things such as nudes on your phone (even though I’ve never done so because I’m not a masterpiece). I feel that as long as something is connected to the internet somehow, it’s not safe. No matter what antivirus program you have, no matter what device it’s on. It’s pretty much a case of one being an asshole (hacker) and the other just being ignorant (the victim. NOTE: I SAID IGNORANT, NOT STUPID). If you’re in a relationship with someone and if that person is so keen or curious about seeing your body, then he/she should wait until the relationship reaches that certain point (sex), because the moment you take that picture, you’re in danger pretty much. Long story short, keep shit offline unless if you’re willing to embrace the possible consequences that come with it. Unless if you’re truly comfortable about it. Then in that case post it up yourself.
Yeah, way to go, smarties.
Sir, let me first off say that they have every fucking right to be upset. Why should a person disrespect another just solely how he/she is dressed in the first place? Clearly if you’re doing that, then you have a problem and you have to change that. Grow up and be more accepting. As old and overdone as this saying may be, but don’t judge a book by its cover. A saying that has been severely ignored by so many including yourself. A person shouldn’t be forced to wear what society deems “acceptable.” If the person is comfortable with what he/she is wearing, then there really shouldn’t be any problem. Don’t blame them for your arrogance.
but wouldn’t you think it’s time to actually do something about police brutality instead of constantly reblog pictures about it to make people aware of something we’re most likely already aware of.