I aint gonna articulate this right but I’ve noticed there’s this weird sub culture on tumblr where it’s frowned upon to say anything positive about your life. Like occasionally I see someone post something like “I love my job so much” and a few responses are like “wish I could find a job :/” or “must be nice to not have depression” and it’s really strange. A lot of people are pulling themselves out of dark places or finally figuring out how to be happy (no easy feat) and they don’t need you projecting your own demons on their moments of happiness they wanted to share.
People can say Yang holding Blake’s hand wasn’t romantic all they want, there’s an approximately 0% chance that Miles and Kerry didn’t expect people to take it as something romantic when they decided to have that be a thing.
They didn’t let Ruby hug Jaune back in volume 4 because they didn’t want it to be taken as a potential romantic moment. They tip toed carefully to make Sun’s send off as platonic as possible while still respecting his character’s unrequited feelings.
If they didn’t want a big Blake and Yang scene like that to look romantic… it just wouldn’t.
I forgot they said that and now I can’t stop laughing because wow they’re really just going there with Blake and Yang.
Hi Tumblr, I’m back with another script after last night. This time it comes with actual instructions 😛 I recorded a demo video of the script running. It’s available here: https://flight-of-the-felix.tumblr.com/post/180811718885/demo-for-the-tumblr-flagging-tester
For those familiar with Tampermonkey/Greasemonkey, this is a known process. If not, follow these steps:
1. Install the tampermonkey browser extension via the official site.
2. Click the toolbar button, press Dashboard.
3. From the Dashboard, press the plus sign in the horizontal toolbar.
4. Replace all text in the editor with the code of the script, available here: https://gist.githubusercontent.com/boisei0/2ea7d7145d04a1cc5864d316271d09fd/raw/cdc766443dd32ee545c4feb41510a9abd210748b/tumblr_flagging_score_checker.js
5. Click File -> Save. The script should now enable itself.
6. Close the tab with the editor.
7. Open a new tab with the Tumblr dashboard: https://www.tumblr.com/dashboard and wait until the script is fully loaded and the black-with-white box is displayed.
8. Follow the instructions on the screen.
Since this script will now run every time you open the tumblr dashboard, disable it again after usage: With the dashboard open, click the toolbar button for Tampermonkey. Now click the switch to disable the “tumblr score checker 2.0” again.
As for those wondering about “what am I going to run on my tumblr, is it even save?”, if you would like to feel free to check the code, but what it does is get the so called “form key” from the page (tumblr uses it internally to communicate between pages, e.g. xkit uses it too). Next, this form key is used in combination with the part of the server that loads blogs in the sidebar view. The loading code returned by the server has information about whether or not posts are flagged, and a lot of extra information.
Also feel free to spread this script around 🙂
Some screenshots for additional guidance are placed below
female dúnedain rangers [part 5/?]
“For here the heirs of Valandil have ever dwelt in long line unbroken from mother unto daughter for many generations. Our days have darkened, and we have dwindled; but ever the Sword has passed to a new keeper. Lonely women are we, Rangers of the wild, hunters—but hunters ever of the servants of the Enemy; for they are found in many places, not in Mordor only.”