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My wife and I set up our desk space in our basement apartment.I’m not sure if we needed a cup to put pens in or pens to put in a cup, but this was one of the first things Kelsey put on her desk.

My wife and I set up our desk space in our basement apartment.
I’m not sure if we needed a cup to put pens in or pens to put in a cup, but this was one of the first things Kelsey put on her desk.

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bundyrabbit:

happy earth day!

bundyrabbit:

happy earth day!

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Anonymous asked: I Love you in glasses; they help bring out that Sexy/Smart side of you

peachessssssss:

no, they help me see

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Kelsey discussing life things.

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Breakfast wife.

Breakfast wife.

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Anonymous asked: patrick I loved your panel about Internet harassment but I can't help but feel there was a bit of tone deafness on your part due to holding it at PAX East given Penny Arcade's association with harassing people, especially those belonging to marginalized groups. I don't want to make this seem like a personal attack it just seemed a bit strange.

maxistentialist:

patrickklepek:

PAX is a strange one for me. It’s entirely true that I have deep problems with it, but I also recognize what PAX means to a great many people who a) don’t realize the problematic issues surrounding PAX or b) don’t have anything else like it and deeply love PAX for how it enriches their lives.

Everything in life is a cost-benefit analysis. It’s impossible to live everything by your values, but we use them to guide us. PAX is one where I take the hit on my values and make up for it with what I have a chance to do while there. Giant Bomb is a community-driven website with limited resources (we seem mightier than we are) and would not survive without the support of the people who visit (and pay) for the site. It’s what makes PAX so important: it’s the only place we have to interact with those people face-to-face. It’s the only place where I can thank them for what they do.

So I end up doing the panel with Zoe Quinn, figuring if I’m going to be at a place like this, if there are other people going to be at a place like this, I should try and do some real good. And by real good, I don’t mean interviewing a developer and publishing a podcast. I mean trying to make a difference in someone’s life. I feel like we took step towards that at our panel. It’s possible that I could be doing more, but that’s always the case.

It is not a perfect solution, but it is the one that I’ve made my peace with.

The notion that “you’re either part of the problem or part of the solution” is an impossible standard that impedes actual social progress, which always happens incrementally. A much better way to make a difference is to contribute as little as possible to the problem while contributing as much as you can to the solution.

Yep, works pretty guuuuude.

Yep, works pretty guuuuude.

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Bought a camera.Goodbye, laptop weekends.

Bought a camera.
Goodbye, laptop weekends.

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