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brittanias:

so say you want to start watching person of interest for all the sci-fi/ai apocalypse greatness, but you don’t want to watch the procedural aspect of the show. this is the post for you, friend. here are the must-see episodes of the machine arc.season one:101 pilot / 102 ghosts / 110 number crunch / 111 super / 113 root cause / 120 matsya nyaya / 121 many happy returns / 122 no good deed / 123 firewall
season two:201 the contingency / 202 bad code / 210 shadow box / 211 2 pi r / 212 prisoner’s dilemma / 213  dead reckoning / 216 relevance / 219 trojan horse / 220 in extremis / 221 zero day / 222 god mode
season three:301 liberty / 302 nothing to hide / 306 mors praematura / 311 lethe / 312 aletheia / 313 4c / 316 ram / 317 root cause / 318 allegiance / 319 most likely to… / 320 death benefit / 321 beta / 322 a house divided / 323 deus ex machina 
quick tips:
season one doesn’t deal with the machine itself much, but rather its creation by harold finch and nathan ingram (told in flashbacks), as well the aftermath of choices they made as it was built. this ties in with reese’s former employers, carter’s hunt for the man in the suit, and the introduction of the hacker known as root.
season two begins the show’s shift towards a more serialized form of storytelling, with equal amounts of stand-alone “irrelevant” episodes and mytharc heavy machine episodes. ‘relevance’ is a must-watch for the introduction of sameen shaw; relevance also serves as a pseudo backdoor pilot to the new, serialized version of the show.
season three splits itself into two halves. the first half primarily deals with the procedural/corrupt cop aspect of the story, culminating in the death of one of the main characters. those episodes are not listed, as they have nothing to do with the machine’s storyline. the final takedown of HR (and the completion of many characters’ stories) can be seen in episodes 308-310. the back half of season 3 is almost entirely serialized, and entirely awesome.
for any ‘what the fuck is going on’ questions, head over to the person of interest wiki. BE CAREFUL OF SPOILERS.
HAVE FUN, KIDS.

brittanias:

so say you want to start watching person of interest for all the sci-fi/ai apocalypse greatness, but you don’t want to watch the procedural aspect of the show. this is the post for you, friend. here are the must-see episodes of the machine arc.

season one:
101 pilot / 102 ghosts / 110 number crunch / 111 super / 113 root cause / 120 matsya nyaya / 121 many happy returns / 122 no good deed / 123 firewall

season two:
201 the contingency / 202 bad code / 210 shadow box / 211 2 pi r / 212 prisoner’s dilemma / 213  dead reckoning / 216 relevance / 219 trojan horse / 220 in extremis / 221 zero day / 222 god mode

season three:
301 liberty / 302 nothing to hide / 306 mors praematura / 311 lethe / 312 aletheia / 313 4c / 316 ram / 317 root cause / 318 allegiance / 319 most likely to… / 320 death benefit / 321 beta / 322 a house divided / 323 deus ex machina 

quick tips:

  • season one doesn’t deal with the machine itself much, but rather its creation by harold finch and nathan ingram (told in flashbacks), as well the aftermath of choices they made as it was built. this ties in with reese’s former employers, carter’s hunt for the man in the suit, and the introduction of the hacker known as root.
  • season two begins the show’s shift towards a more serialized form of storytelling, with equal amounts of stand-alone “irrelevant” episodes and mytharc heavy machine episodes. ‘relevance’ is a must-watch for the introduction of sameen shaw; relevance also serves as a pseudo backdoor pilot to the new, serialized version of the show.
  • season three splits itself into two halves. the first half primarily deals with the procedural/corrupt cop aspect of the story, culminating in the death of one of the main characters. those episodes are not listed, as they have nothing to do with the machine’s storyline. the final takedown of HR (and the completion of many characters’ stories) can be seen in episodes 308-310. the back half of season 3 is almost entirely serialized, and entirely awesome.
  • for any ‘what the fuck is going on’ questions, head over to the person of interest wiki. BE CAREFUL OF SPOILERS.

HAVE FUN, KIDS.

(via isagrimorie)

mimicryisnotmastery:

labrujamorgan:

invisibleblackunicorn:

micdotcom:

Facebook is putting drag queens in danger by forcing them to use their real names

Facebook should read up on its queer history: You never want to mess with drag queens.
Claiming the use of legal names will “keep our community safe,” Facebook has begun shutting down the profiles of individuals who do not to use their “real” or legal names when creating and logging into their accounts. The new requirement is drawing the ire of many in the LGBT community who argue it is a policing tactic that could be harmful to both artistic and queer communities. 
How you can join the fight against Facebook


I like how this is focused on Drag Queens instead of trans women, women who are leaving abusive relationships, closeted non-het/non-cis people, you know people who legit might die cause of bullshit like this.

and like i’ve run into this thing where drag queens use their drag persona’s facebook to be violent, virulent racists and transmisogynists. they will say and post the worst things and than you don’t know who they are, only their drag persona. 

^^^ 

mimicryisnotmastery:

labrujamorgan:

invisibleblackunicorn:

micdotcom:

Facebook is putting drag queens in danger by forcing them to use their real names

Facebook should read up on its queer history: You never want to mess with drag queens.

Claiming the use of legal names will “keep our community safe,” Facebook has begun shutting down the profiles of individuals who do not to use their “real” or legal names when creating and logging into their accounts. The new requirement is drawing the ire of many in the LGBT community who argue it is a policing tactic that could be harmful to both artistic and queer communities. 

How you can join the fight against Facebook

I like how this is focused on Drag Queens instead of trans women, women who are leaving abusive relationships, closeted non-het/non-cis people, you know people who legit might die cause of bullshit like this.

and like i’ve run into this thing where drag queens use their drag persona’s facebook to be violent, virulent racists and transmisogynists. they will say and post the worst things and than you don’t know who they are, only their drag persona. 

^^^ 

(via fatbodypolitics)

  • net agreeing with the last two because what the fuck is this fixation with peoples real sevles fuck your self
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    theductiletroll:

    maddietrolls:

    theductiletroll:

    maddietrolls:

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    Prince Hans chuckled to himself, softly taking a hand to his jacket and adjusting it with a slight, yet firm tug. “You ready?”

    imageMitt looked Hans in the eyes with a glance.
    "Ah Hans the real question is, is America ready?"

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    He felt himself smirk, and soon enough his eyes met Mitt’s, too.

    "For Obama, yes."

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