Oh sure, these book shops would have one or two racks of best-sellers, and maybe a small section of the classics…books everyone had heard of. But these shops were also where you could buy the other books: steamy erotica, violent crime novels, the action-filled pulp reprints of barbarian fantasy and lurid horrors…books nobody talked about (but, when no one was looking, everyone read).
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Sorry about trigger warnings— I don’t know how that all works: Tumblr’s not answering my e-mails anymore. I don’t know what I should’ve done differently— did I ask too much for the crazy person’s account to be deleted? Maybe that was too much. I always liked that part of Aliens where Ripley’s like “nuke the place from orbit— only way to be sure”, but maybe that’s not an appropriate response to hashtags. i don’t know. Did I overreact to the “I will murder you” hashtags? They just seemed like pretty uncool hashtags. And I don’t really know what Tumblr’s policies are. But gee, I gotta figure “I will rape you to death” has to violate at least one. The top image was a screenshot from today, August 27, 2014.
Correct answer: I should stop caring about anything ever! Lalala, whole world is going to hell. I don’t know— I don’t know who elected me Batman either, but it just seemed like kind of a “see something, say something” type situation.
(P.S. if you guessed that I was reading about video games, you’re 10,000% correct!)
I just figured Tumblr would care more about this kinda thing, considering the kind of people who use the platform at least have the reputation of, you know, being the sort of person I’d imagine frown on rape or murder death kills or what have you. I don’t know. Oh well.