DancaDaMorte

dancadamorte


Shiny. Let's be bad guys.

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Having children 5 comments
dancadamorte · 2 hours ago
I'm already 35 and pretty healthy. I don't foresee dying young of anything anytime soon. I'm also part of a group of people with no kids, and have a fund already started for my retirement in a similar community. You enjoy your bbq, I'll enjoy my next Caribbean cruise.
The handsome ones are always gay 11 comments
dancadamorte · 8 hours ago
He's beautiful on the inside!
Having children 5 comments
dancadamorte · 8 hours ago
I agree! Adopt lots of animals. Plenty of responsibility there, and the barking will drown out old people who are angry they've wasted their freedom and you still have yours.
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Cringe: Does this count as a WLTH 27 comments
dancadamorte · 4 days ago
I...I don't even understand half of what that paragraph says. But I have a feeling very few cis / male / white / straight people want to follow badly enough to ask.
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Modern art (Yes it's a balloon on pedestal) 9 comments
dancadamorte · 4 days ago
disappear. Manzoni also did things like sell cans labeled "Artist's Shit," he was a shock artist making fun of art traditions and consumerism, and his works focused more on the idea than the physical piece. Modern artists also pushed concepts, but their focus was portraying it in the art itself.
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Modern art (Yes it's a balloon on pedestal) 9 comments
dancadamorte · 4 days ago
Thank you for the reminder I didn't need, but depending on how you define the modern movement, this still isn't modern art despite what museum has it on display. The modern movements were about materials and straying from the way things were done, but was still about the art. While the modern arts movement was occurring, there WERE still other movements, not every piece of art created during the same time period was a modern arts piece. This is Conceptualism, which is akin to modern art in blowing off the old processes and materials but which I wouldn't personally mesh IN with the modern art movement. Conceptualism isn't about the art, it's about the idea itself. Corpo D'Aria is literally a mockery of art in general...art, including modern art, was meant to capture something and display it in some semblance of permanence. Corpo D'Aria though, was Manzoni demonstrating the concept of impermanence. Like sand mandalas, these were created specifically to slowly deflate and
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Modern art (Yes it's a balloon on pedestal) 9 comments
dancadamorte · 4 days ago
Corpo D'Aria is a work started by artist Piero Manzoni in the 1960s. It's not really "modern art." He was basically a 1960s Italian Banksy.
Americans really love their flags 51 comments
dancadamorte · 4 days ago
First: They weren't "surrounded by flames." The fire was a few hundred yards away, they were doing preventative spraying with the hose. As in, they were there attempting to protect the property in that area and stop the fire from spreading to it. They weren't being stupid or dangerous to save the flag, they were professionals keeping an eye on a nearby fire anyway. Second: It IS a waving piece of fabric, near a fire where embers are flitting around, in an area they were trying to contain. Removing stray cloth or flammable materials that are close enough to a house to start a fire if they light up is a preventative measure. They probably could have hosed it down to stop it from catching fire, but it was an American flag. Firefighting, police work, and military work tend to run in families. It wouldn't be a stretch to say those firemen might have friends or family in the military and wanted to respect it by taking it down since they had the chance, instead of dousing it with water.
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Just wow 23 comments
dancadamorte · 5 days ago
Found one of the people who's jealous of the attractive folks.
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Just wow 23 comments
dancadamorte · 5 days ago
Well, a hunger strike isn't a crime, which is something they were jailed and force-fed for. So, no, I mean "lots of them were jailed to try and curtail the movement." Because while some of them were committing crimes as well, that wasn't the sole reason for the jailing. But thanks for playing.
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Just wow 23 comments
dancadamorte · 5 days ago
Because tons of people still see an attractive body--male or female--and think it's not fair that they can't have that/look like that so they do anything to put them down. "Ugh, he's such a Chad," because how dare a man be attractive and use it to impress girls the neckbeards want? "Ew, she's such a slut," because how dare a woman be attractive and like having sex with all those guys the frumpy girls can't get to look at them? Getting worked up over what a stranger looks like/dresses like/chooses to do seems to be a trait of people who aren't on that level and want to pull people down.
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Just wow 23 comments
dancadamorte · 5 days ago
All I got from your reply, guest, is "attractive women turn me down a lot so I hate everything they do."
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Look at my ass pose 12 comments
dancadamorte · 5 days ago
Yeah, I think she's meant to be looking off into the sunset. Like, the other women are giving the camera come-hither looks and posing, Diana's just looking forward at the setting (rising?) sun.
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My fb has weird things... part 113: Im a what :s 13 comments
dancadamorte · 5 days ago
There's a whole movement that actually believes this. I think it might even be a tenet of Sovereign Citizens. They're loco and end up doing stupid shit like those Bundy weirdos.
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Just wow 23 comments
dancadamorte · 5 days ago
FYI: The "nice women" on the left are Christabel Pankhurst and Annie Kenney, known for their violent tactics and membership in a militant wing of the British Suffragette movement. So what OP is trying to say is apparently "don't peacefully protest with visual representation of owning your own body...set churches on fire instead."
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Just wow 23 comments
dancadamorte · 5 days ago
Can we also talk about how Suffragettes were NOT "proper, respictible women" as the original post implies? After politeness didn't work, they started fucking shit up. Literally, these women became militants, causing lots of "can you hear me now, fuckers?" property damage and going on hunger strikes. Lots of them were jailed to try and curtail the movement. But OP did try very nicely to erase that part of their history with this "nice girls" picture.
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Congratulations! You played yourself 11 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
If somebody is really the love of your life, you're not going to leave them. There was trouble in paradise already if she didn't want to stay.
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How to enjoy a good wine 2 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
Does this also work with not-so-good wine?
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Check mate atheists 16 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
Sorry, not me. I don't tag people in things unless I'm replying to them. I'm probably just not the only person here who thinks you react like a weirdo to things.
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Check mate atheists 16 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
You seem to go through life permanently triggered, I don't think one post is going to affect anything.
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Why haven't you birthed out poop machines yet 18 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
There's 7 billion people in the world. I'd rather get a house and raise rescue puppies.
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The Truth 32 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
Yup. Because men do all that work with their bare hands you know, they don't use tools specifically made to reduce the amount of physical effort needed or anything. I mean...bulldozers, cranes, jackhammers, saws, wrenches...that stuff's just there to look neat, the workers really only use their hands and teeth.
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Opposing views are hard 13 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
You can also show a picture of a Middle Eastern man missing a limb and burying his family members with the caption "I thought I had it rough...then I heard men in America had to put up with women making use of their constitutional rights to say stuff they didn't agree with."
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This is a good question 81 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
Yes. Goes for male prostitutes as well. It's their body, if they want to do sex work then they can do sex work.
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Works only in 2D 6 comments
dancadamorte · 1 week ago
About 75% of the time this is done to achieve a certain fashion look that goes with the cut of the clothes. So your trust issues don't really matter, because chances are she's not looking to date you anyway.
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