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utopians · 7 days ago
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Events are just a scam made up by Big News to sell more news

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utopians · 9 days ago
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I want to be the first transmasc absent father

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utopians · 9 days ago
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how to tell my cat that I love him very much and it’s great when he sits on my lap but I think it would be a better experience for all involved if he didn’t stick his little needle claws into my legs the entire time

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utopians · 9 days ago
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got all of friday free but I have No idea what I should do with my time… I swear 2 god I gotta move soon there is nothing for me to do here anymore I need a new biome… I’ve walked around the neighborhood 5000 times

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utopians · 9 days ago
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biopower:

tgif stands for trans gender it’s friday

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utopians · 18 days ago
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rare james fun fact: I had to do speech therapy classes in elementary school because I had a lisp. idk if anyone else ever notices but I can still hear it sometimes I know it’s there

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utopians · 18 days ago
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shoutout to my parents for having no social media presence and never sharing photos of me. embarrassing me online is my job and my job alone

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utopians · 20 days ago
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does anyone actually use those brushes to apply hair dye. do yall not just squish it around with your hands

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utopians · 20 days ago
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phantomofthehoepera:

big news everyone

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utopians · 20 days ago
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papasmoke:

i could live inside a geothermal vent easily

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utopians · 28 days ago
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augh forgot to get around to all those uncanny valley asks and now I have to leave 4 the evening I promise I will do them Soon

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utopians · 31 days ago
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utopians · 31 days ago
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why does everything I post keep posting twice this is unbearable

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utopians · 31 days ago
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evilvillain123456789:

it was all a deception, a dream you lived waking. there is no kevin macleod. he was never real. instead, it was you who was writing the royalty free music, you just couldnt remember until now. do you remember those restless days, sleepless nights? do you remember me?

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utopians · 31 days ago
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justin, travis, and griffin stamatin

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utopians · 33 days ago
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So was no one going to tell me that the “it’s fun for me just to grab a boob” video wasn’t someone doing a funny impression of eminem but in fact a video of the actual eminem doing a real freestyle rap

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utopians · 41 days ago
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oh man I got a lot of uncanny valley asks after I went out for the night but I will answer em when I get home in the morning! I read the post with the rabies explanation and I will give my Thoughts on that (spoiler I think there’s something to it but I still don’t really buy it as an explanation)

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utopians · 47 days ago
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i mean honestly for me the explanation of 'its corpses guys' in re the source of uncanny valley worked p well

honestly like. infinitely more plausible than that “ancient human fear” nonsense but I still have some hangups abt this theory

  • humans don’t have a universal fear of corpses! considering that cultures that preserve and live alongside their dead exist I think it’s flawed reasoning to claim that anything could come from an “inborn fear of corpses” bc based on that I don’t think we can definitively claim that fear of corpses is inborn rather than cultural
  • like. perhaps it’s abt the Wrongness of something corpselike moving? but that seems like… conjecture
  • additionally the way I’ve seen this theory explained is always like. “it indicates something corpselike, which humans naturally feel revulsion towards because it’s unsanitary”… but that can’t really be right, bc people don’t feel natural revulsion to anything unsanitary or harmful to your health, do they?
  • think of the old concept of “laudable pus”. back in the 19th century; physicians used to think that a wound becoming infected was a natural part of the healing process that was beneficial to the wounded
  • humor-based medicine often did more harm than good, and yet was used for 2000 years after hippocrates came up with it
  • surgeons only started washing their hands in the late 1800s! the most obvious possible biohazard, sticking your hands into an open and infected wound, wasn’t even followed by washing said hands until the late 1800s!
  • I feel like it’s too unfounded to claim that it would result from a fear of the “unhygienic” nature of corpses when humans don’t seem to have an inborn fear of the unhygienic, as we only have the majority of what we consider obvious and basic knowledge about hygiene because of the benefit of history, education, and upbringing

like honestly it sounds like one of the more plausible theories but I have too many issues with it to just. accept it off hand

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utopians · 48 days ago
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I deeply resent that post that’s like “the fact the uncanny valley exists might mean that there was something in human history that looked not quite like a human that posed a threat and that’s why we have an inborn fear of it” ESPECIALLY the addition where someone’s like “oh well it’s because there were other species of human in the past who didn’t look quite like us and they posed a threat so that’s probably it :)” like that logic is so deeply broken on so many levels

  • the fact that something poses a threat doesn’t mean you’ll have an inborn fear of it. would a wolf pose a massive danger to prehistoric man? yes! does witnessing a wolf in a situation where it cannot harm you – like seeing a photo of a wolf – fill you with shock and revulsion? probably not!
  • so therefore, why would finding an image of an ‘uncanny valley’ thing frightening indicate an inborn fear in response to a threat, if no other threats invoke the same reaction?
  • tl;dr on that bit; the fact that you find a thing creepy isn’t evidence that it used to be a threat to past humans
  • also the idea COMPLETELY ignores the fact that a lot of people have no particular fear of things in the ‘uncanny valley’ 
  • onto the second point. there is documented, certifiable, widely known proof that early homo sapiens REPRODUCED with neanderthals
  • unless someone presents me with some real compelling evidence, we have no reason to believe that other species of early human posed some existential threat so horrible to homo sapiens that, eons later, literal tens of thousands of years later, it caused us to inexplicably be afraid of stuff in the uncanny valley
  • COMPLETELY IGNORING THE FACT that early species of human looked NOTHING like things we consider to be in the uncanny vally???
  • like literally just google reconstructions of the hominids that lived contemporaneously with homo sapiens (denisovans and neanderthals). they literally just looked like people. like dudes. 
  • the idea that a hypothetical war with a species that died off FORTY THOUSAND years ago, that literally looked pretty much like modern humans, is why modern people are afraid of creepy dolls and ai-generated faces is just… so wildly out there I don’t even know how they got from point A to point B there
  • sorry for all this I’m just heated this is like the aquatic ape theory post all over again PLEASE just like. google your pseudoscience 
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