Do Something!

This Tattly is a good reminder: The craziest thing we can do is nothing.

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14 Comments leave a comment below

  1. Fucking more political bullshit, hidden beneath a crappy temporary tattoo. Nothing say “I’m serious!!” than a temporary tattoo.

    And promoting and endorsing an app about lawmaking when YOU CAN’T PARTAKE IN ANY OF THE LAWMAKING since you’re not a US citizen. Honestly, just stop. Leave this type of crap for your personal blog, not a professional one, with paid sponsors.

    In fact, I think I should reach out to them and see how they like your mixing aggressive political posts next to their logo!

  2. Thank you for the app link Tina, I would’ve never heard of it! It’ll be a nice way to spend my time when I’m winding down in the evening.

  3. oh! I had no idea something like that existed. Love your blog and read it every day!

  4. @Adamia, I appreciate you reading my blog. But please stop telling me what I can do or not do. This is my site. I have the right to express my personal opinion. Maybe move on to other sites?

  5. @Adamia: Visitors come to Tina’s blog on their own will and (most) do so because said blog resonates with them on one level or another.

    Unless there’s a court-ordered mandate forcing you to visit this site it’s pretty obvious that your only purpose is to be an asshat on a regular basis and that the real problem resides within you.

    If anything your crass behavior is an inspiration to actively support any and all human-rights and political causes here in the States that you so obviously detest. Cheers!

  6. I’ve come here for a number of years for the design content. Rarely has it been politically motivated, but ever since #45 has taken office, Tina has taken it upon herself to ignore quality design and instead use it a place of personal expression. It’s sad that she feels her voice, as an alien, has a place in this country. If you want to partake in the political process, become a legal citizen and vote! It’s really that easy.

    There are hundreds of places on the internet for personal commentary – I come here for design and to escape the people who can’t help but feel like they NEED to share their frustration.

    I don’t detest human-rights and political causes – I detest those who think they have a right to speak on them like they’re citizens.

    Tina – you’re not a citizen. The end.

  7. I hadn’t heard of this app either, but I’m going to download it now. You always have such interesting and thoughtful blog posts. Nice work, thanks.

  8. @Adamia:

    This is Tina’s blog and she gets to do what she wants. And there’s no such rule that you have to be a citizen to comment or be involved in the politics of this country.

    Half of the country didn’t vote and of the half that did, they chose to put this man into place, someone who goes against many values and basic principles as a human being. And last I checked, Tina is human.

    And I hope you see the irony of feeling your NEED to share your frustration on Tina’s blog.

  9. Congratulations, Tina, on your wonderful blog and also for offering this tattoo, the purchase of which helps support the clean water initiative providing clean and safe drinking water to developing nations. You’re an inspiration.

  10. Tina – Jason here from the Countable team. Thanks so much for including us! We’re glad you and the community find it helpful, and we’re working on making improvements every day.

  11. Hey tina, don’t listen to the nay sayers. Thank you for posting this and supporting your cause. I love the design!

  12. Tina,

    Nah, I’ll keep reminding you that your voice is that of a propaganda artist and not of a professional with every post you make about your political agenda. I’ll also keep reminding you that you’re not a citizen of this country and you’re attempting to interfere with OUR political process, very similar to Russia, something I’m sure you also dislike.

    The problem is you don’t see it that way. You think YOU’RE right and refuse to even acknowledge the opposition voice, a very common theme amongst both parties, but more regularly seen coming from the left given our current political situation.

    If you don’t want to hear my voice, you can either ignore my comments or find a way to block my IP – both solutions showing a pettiness and an inability to empathize and listen. And as a designer, you should be experts at both.

    The funny thing is I agree that #45 is a train wreck, but I refuse to allow it to cross into my professional world. If I want to design a protest poster, I will – but I won’t share it in my portfolio because 49% of this country would call me an asshole for it.

    Starting to make sense yet?

  13. @Adamia:

    “Starting to make sense yet?”

    Oh, it was pretty obvious you were a miserable human being from the start.

  14. Awww, Neil…I’m hurt.

    A complete stranger tries to make me feel bad regarding my criticism (that Tina apparently can’t take).

    Piss off. I’m off to launch a pro-life campaign in Switzerland and let everyone know just how they’re failing at running their government.