“Of the Generation III starter Pokémon’s signature moves, Blaze Kick is the only move that can only be learned by the final evolution of the starter and has the smallest expanded learnset in Generation IV.”—http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Blaze_Kick_(move)
Hey! Do you know of any blogs that are like yours, but with more of a focus on ableism and allistic privilege? I wanna ask a question about the portrayal of Asperger's in "Perfect Match" by Jodi Picoult, and I would prefer asking an actual autistic p
erson what they think of it, rather than an allistic person.
I know that some of the people I follow ARE autistic, but I don’t think they consider themselves an autistic blog, and I would hate to volunteer them to answer questions without knowing if they were comfortable with that.
BUT, I will publish this ask. If anyone knows any autistic blogs or is autistic and would like to answer questions, please let us know!
Extroverts are loud obnoxious brainless viking warriors who will shit on your table and uproot all of your potted plants. Their minds have been trapped in the party rock dimension by an evil sorcerer while their corporeal forms exist in our own plane of reality, causing them to stumble around in a constant unaware daze.
Introverts are super-genius shy fragile literal wood nymphs that shatter when exposed to direct eye contact subsist entirely on a diet of nothing but tea and the written word. Extending offers to social gatherings causes them to actually die.
So I read a lot of both your blog and various other anti-moffat blogs, and while I thoroughly agree with everything, one thing that always puzzles me is that people, when comparing him to RTD, always quickly add that they know his writing isn’t perfect. But I never see any elaborations on that. I didn’t see anything here, so I was wondering if you could help me on this.
Honestly, I’d say it’s a mixture of choosing to focus on Moffat (rather than writers in general) and the fact that RTD stopped writing for Doctor Who a few years ago, whereas Moffat produces new material for criticism every few months. There’s more to say about Moffat because he’s current, so there’s a greater variety of things to say, whereas RTD was years ago so criticisms (and anger) have faded in people’s minds.