Tony's Guilty Pleasures

A "blogger" that reblogs a lot of things. Most of them are guilty pleasures, as indicated by my blog name. At least 90 people follow me because of it. I don't know how, but thanks! :D And I have a love/hate relationship with this website. So there's that too.

emkaymlp:

Life Tip: Don’t allow Tumblr to become your primary/only source for morality. Remember, this is the site which had many people genuinely believe that they can get unlimited chocolate just by slicing it a certain way. I know I certainly wouldn’t want these people dictating my worldview for me.

(via asymphonyofcolor)

tonemonotone:

ATTACKING SOMEONE FOR BEING WHITE IS NOT EQUALITY

ATTACKING SOMEONE FOR BEING STRAIGHT IS NOT EQUALITY

ATTACKING SOMEONE FOR BEING CIS OR MALE IS NOT EQUALITY

ATTACKING PEOPLE BECAUSE OF THEIR GENETICS IS NOT PROMOTING EQUALITY AND IF YOU DO IT YOU ARE LITERALLY PART OF THE PROBLEM

(via magicalveronica)

So I’m teaching 6th AND 7th grade Advanced English, Language Arts, and Reading this year.

magicalveronica:

fandomsandfeminism:

And I like to have the kids read some Shakespeare. Now, 6th grade will read A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

But I’m debating what 7th should read.

  • As You Like It 
  • Much Ado About Nothing

So, Shakespeare fans, which do you like more?

Much Ado About Nothing was wonderful and it was so funny! I’m not in grades 6 or 7, but my Theatre class liked it.

Both plays are fantastic! I’ve only ever been taught As You Like It, but I’ve seen Much Ado About Nothing.

I think both have strong female leads that make the plays enjoyable because they’re already fully developed characters.