Now, when I say “offensive”, I don’t mean in the case of….okay. Maybe I kinda do.
But the primary use of this term is NOT offense as in burying people, but offense as in military.
As we know from pop culture, Indian Burial Grounds (TM) are places that, if you disturb them, rile up a ton of pissed off spirits that haunt you and drive you mad. So I made an offhanded remark that they should use the same protective magic on settlements where people LIVE, for defense. Read more [+]
(FAIR WARNING: Rambling stream of consciousness rant ahead!)
There’s been a phenomenon of late that I’ve noticed over on fansites such as TFW2005 with regards to character appearances and deaths in Transformers Prime. Heck – at this point it’s become so pervasive that some people (like me) joke about it in threads.
Namely, the pattern goes something like this:
Solicit for an episode mentions a new guest character/major event happening to an existing guest character
Solicit for next episode says nothing about that character
ZOMG THAT CHARACTER MUST BE DEAD.
Now, here’s where I’m going to go into spoilers, so fair warning.
So, in Colbert’s PAC’s latest ad, they make the case that if corporations are people, that Mitt Romney is a serial killer.
Which, if you apply the definition of a person to a corporation, is true. There’s no question someone who carves up/breaks up/destroys companies for profit would be a serial killer if this definition was valid.
What else does it mean though if corporations were people though?