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samael:

defenseoftheancients:

Korra is a show for twelve year olds, a kid by any adult standard.

Believe it or not kids have a basic capability to process stressful situations as storytelling.

Stop trying to feel like you’re watching the next big Emmy-winning shit and just enjoy your kids’ show, for fuck’s sake. Nobody actually cares about whether you belong in your favorite show’s target audience or not.

I guess because people have a problem with being told media is “for kids” instead of for everyone on the grounds that its animated.

See, this. This is what I hate.

I hate it when people call family entertainment “Kids’ Stuff”. 

No, it’s just tame enough that the kids get to watch it (depending on how overtly protective the parents are). Kids are smart. They really should be treated so. 

mutantlexi:

feelinranty:

necessary-sass:

curlybrownboy:

belindapendragon:

kobetyrant:

HOW IS THIS NOT EVERYWHERE?

Reblogging this good news…again.

y’all know EXACTLY why this isn’t everywhere. don’t pretend to be oblivious

Well let’s spread the word then guys. This kid deserves all the attention.

"Ramarni, what will you do when you grow up?"

"Literally everything."

So excited when I hear stories like this because imagine what he will accomplish

Then there are geniuses like; James Woods (the actor) who has an IQ of 170, or Terrence Tao (Mathematics professor) IQ of 230, or Judit Polgar (Chess grandmaster) at 170.

Sherwyn Sarabi and Rimarni Wilfred are the new generation of high-intellect geniuses. They aren’t heard much of for the same reason why we don’t hear of James Woods, Terrance Tao, Judit Polgar, Paul Allen, Rick Rosner, Christopher Hirata, or Kim Ung-Yong’s genius everywhere, because we live in a world that doesn’t value intellect.

Oh, and to point out to people who don’t want to look it up, both Einstein and Hawking had/have IQs of 160.

(Source: lawdgevus)

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