To get pissed off. I know this. If you read my blog and don’t know this, well…you’re obviously new. Or you think I coded buzznet entirely by hand to hate on the “Twilight” series, which is really an insult to the people who did code the site. Honestly, given my html skills I can pretty much code a crappy angelfire page with too many glittery things on it and that’s the extent of it.
But anyway, I know how easy it is to get pissed off and lash out. Especially at a recent post that I will not link to and will not give you the username of the person who wrote it. Because that would be spreading anger. Anger leads to hatred. Hatred leads to beer. Beer leads to hangover. Hangover leads to suffering.
It would be easy for me, following these events and following my own situation with a jackass boyfriend, to bash all men and swear off boys forever. Or at least to assume they’re all assholes. But I can’t do that. Because I know there’s a lot of guys out there who AREN’T. So instead, I’m going to talk about them. Guys who wear shirts like this:Joss Whedon. You can find more about him at Whedonesque.com. Joss has a talent for creating strong female characters in his work. He’s actually a huge fanboy of Kitty Pryde/Shadowcat/Ariel of the X-Men, and has gotten to write her character during his run on Astonish X-Men. It’s kind of amazing to fangirl him as I watch him fanboy Kitty Pryde as hard as he does.
SPEAKING of fanboys…how about one I know in real life?Yes, folks, that is the one, the only bulletproofheeb. A good friend from college made better friend by life. Or something. Anyway, he’s proof that good guys don’t only exist in Hollywood. Or Hollywood-like areas.
So folks, share with me. There’s a lot of good guys out there. Let’s talk about them and how good they are instead of the assholes. After all, the good guys deserve the press a hell of a lot more.