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From politics to the personal, from fashion to food, from the campus to the locker room, the desire to be cool has infected all aspects of our lives. At its most harmless, it is annoying. At its worst, it is deadly, on a massive scale. The Cool are the termites of life, infiltrating every nook and cranny and destroying it from within. The Cool report the news, write the scripts, teach our children, run our government—and each day they pass judgment on those who don’t worship at the altar of their coolness. The cool fawn over terrorists, mock the military, and denigrate employers. They are, in short, awful people.
From what we wear and what we eat, to what we smoke and who we poke, pop culture is crafted and manipulated by the cool and, to Greg Gutfeld, that’s Not Cool."
So according to tylerfromspace:
An ask can be submitted anonymously if the person has anons enabled, and can also be replied to publicly on the blog. A fanmail can not be replied to publicly unless the person goes through the trouble to screencap it. There’s also not a word limit.
So I guess that makes sense. I asked because I was looking to send an ask to someone, but sent fanmail instead because I couldn’t find the ask page link.
Okay am I dumb or something? On Tumblr, what is the difference between sending an ask and sending fan mail?
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