October 10, 2017
— Amanda Busick (@AmandaBusick) October 9, 2017
I think as a man there is a part of you that is missing if you don’t have children by the time you’re in your late twenties or thirties.
I think it is what causes the situation where so many grown men are into cartoons and video games and so on. There is an urge to be doing what you did as a kid with a child.
Not counter-signaling Anime Nazism here, just making an observation. I don’t really think adults watching cartoons or playing video games alone is a very serious or problematic coping mechanism. However, I think it is possible to redirect that lack of children feel into rage, which is probably better.
But hey – I see this Halloween Disneyland sky and I’m like “wow, if I had a kid I would totally fly him out to California right now and enjoy this as much as him.”
A devastating fire coursing through southern California created dramatic views over Disneyland, prompting a flood of pictures on social media.
The smoke was coming from Canyon Fire 2 as it tore through 4,000 to 5,000 acres of land near Orange County, Calif., Anaheim Fire & Rescue tweeted on Monday.
The fire began late Monday morning in Anaheim, Calif., and moved quickly due to strong Santa Ana winds, which blow from the northeast towards the coast. It was pushed toward heavily populated areas of Orange County which forced authorities to expand evacuation zones, according to Anaheim Sgt. Daron Wyatt.
A number of neighborhoods and schools in the area were evacuated and some heavily traveled freeways were shut down. Officials said between 3,000 and 4,000 residents have been affected.
The fire burning in parts of Orange, Anaheim, and Tustin Counties has created poor air quality conditions, KTLA reported. As of Monday evening, the fire was zero percent contained, officials said.
Residents reported ash falling miles away in areas near the Pacific Coast.
At least six homes have been destroyed due to the flames and 5,000 structures are currently threatened, Anaheim Fire & Rescue reported.
These fires are usually started by brown people, a lot of times purposefully. Just because they like destroying things.
Obviously it’s sometimes a natural phenomenon, resulting from lightning or whatever, but not usually. It’s usually cigarette butts, which white people have been trained in California for 70 years not to throw.
But wow this Disneyland Halloween edition.
Possibly the greatest achievement of brown people in all of human history.