anonymous said:

AU in which John Winchester the most wanted criminal is finally arrested & accused of multiple felonies, Castiel as the implacable district attorney that John tries to bribe with money but Cas is uncorruptible & when money fails John orders his son Dean to seduce Cas & secretly record their sexcapades to blackmail him, which would end Cas' career as they're in a very conservatibe community. Cas doesn't know Dean is related to John. Things get complicated when Dean falls in love with Cas


There are a lot of wonderful stories out there to be written!!

This is one of them!!!

sc-anon said:

Ali teaching Beth how to ice skate

Beth is absolutely AWFUL at ice skating. It takes Alison three trips to the ice rink before she realises that Beth isn’t going to get better. Beth tries, she just… isn’t very good. At all. So, to make her feel better, Alison brings the whole clone club along. Because obviously someone has to be worse than Beth, right? Maybe seeing how bad everyone else is will make her feel better.

Needless to say, it’s a sight for sore eyes when the whole group walks into the rink. Delphine is clutching Cosima’s arm and whispering french into her ear while Cosima tries to hold back giggles. Kira, Oscar, and Gemma are just happy to be there, running around with skates in hand. (Helena runs behind them, much to the annoyance of Sarah who’s in charge of watching the kids, and Helena, for the day.) Rachel tries to act like she’s too cool for them, but Sarah can tell that she’s secretly very excited to ice skate for the first time since she was a little girl. Tony and Felix are mostly making fun of the other skaters in the rink and falling on their butts. Eventually, Tony gives up on skating standing up and just slides around on his stomach, Felix right behind him. Gemma and Oscar attempt to teach Kira to skate, but Kira’s just as bad as Beth is and so they end up clutching to the side and laughing at their aunts and uncles. Cosima is surprisingly good at ice skating, while Delphine spends her time hanging off the back of Cosima’s jacket and trying not to fall while Cos skates around. Sarah and Rachel hold hands while they skate, and Rachel tries not to laugh at how badly Sarah is doing. Helena holds onto the side of the rink and shivers, debating who to go and talk to until she sees a familiar face walk into the rink. (Spoiler alert: it’s Jesse) She and her boyfriend spend the rest of the time talking, falling down, laughing, and arm wrestling. 

Beth isn’t anywhere near the worst skater of the group, but it doesn’t really matter anymore.

The Creatures

What happened to The Creatures today was ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTING!

Jordan was working in his office building. Yes working! He’s not just playing fucking games, that’s his career! His livelihood and his well being was threatened today buy some kid who thought it would be funny.

Could you imagine how terrifying that was for him? Just working then S.W.A.T. flies in. How scary it must of been to tell arm policemen that they have prop weapons and knives in the building?

How humiliated he may have felt being frisked in front of thousands of people?

I mean Sly has already said he’s never streaming again because of this. Told people to cancel their subscriptions.

I can only imaging The Creature, ESPECIALLY Jordan and Danz would do the same. I fucking would too. That’s scary shit.

I hope they find this kid. I hope he gets charged with a felony. I hope his parents have to pay off a huge fucking fine. I hope this kid ruined his life over this stupid prank.

Good luck getting into a good school with a Felony on your record kid. Good luck getting a relaxing career. Over a prank.

To The Creature, as a fan I’m so sorry. As a person that in some ways knows you, I’m sorry. This is so shitty and I will respect any business decisions you guys have to make because of this shit fest.

So the past few days have seen some gamer boys launch DDOS attacks, make a terrorist threat to an airline, and launch another round of death and rape threats against a critic all because they don’t want women playing or even talking about video games. It’s literally risen to felony level stupidity.

With that kind of idiocy going around, don’t think I want to get back into gaming even if the MMO that I used to play reopened.

sleepygadreel said:

I need MegSam in all the AUs. College AU. Coffee shop AU. Spy AU. Teacher AU. Doctor AU. Backpacking through Europe AU. Oh god all the reluctant travel partner AUs. Stuck on a plane AUs. Run into each other carrying a stack of paper AUs. -ahem- I am emotional about MegSam tonight

  • ditching class at the same time au
  • both lost in a new city au
  • crash into each other while avoiding the same obstacle au
  • frat boys and sorority girls have a mixer au
  • meeting in jail after one of them commits a felony au
  • realizing the person you have cam sex with goes to your school au




Ah yes, I remember being a 14-year-old anarchist. 

I’m glad the Internet likes this unoriginal graffiti, buuuuut by the early 90s, suicide was no longer considered a felony in any of the United States.

Maybe if you replaced “government” with “God’s” and traveled back in time to when this wasn’t derivative or politically irrelevant, it would work, but hopefully you could find some better things to do in the fucking 1960s.

P.S. inb4 “hurr durr that’s actually Banksy,” no, it’s not.

police officer accused of killing his girlfriend’s puppy pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of aggravated animal cruelty.

Alec E. Taylor, 28, of Hyattsville, Md., a five-year veteran of the Baltimore Police Department, pleaded guilty to the felony charge after a February incident in nearby Silver Spring, Md., according to the Office of the State’s Attorney for Montgomery County.

A woman reported that her live-in boyfriend, Taylor, had beaten and killed her 7-month-old Jack Russell terrier named Rocko.

Taylor had texted the woman while she was at work to say that he had almost killed the puppy after it had an accident on the carpet, according to charging documents. He then sent her a photo of “an apparently lifeless Rocko lying on the carpet” and said that he had beaten Rocko and possibly paralyzed him.

He texted his girlfriend that he was going to throw the puppy out.

The woman then asked Taylor if what she saw was a sick joke. Taylor responded that he got tired of cleaning up after the dog and beat the puppy until a mop broke then placed the dog’s body in a Dumpster in the parking lot, the charging documents said

  • SUTTER:Absolutely. I think Ron always assumed the final conflict would be between he and Jax. For me, the final conflict is between Jax and himself.
  • FLEMING:Not his mother Gemma?
  • SUTTER:Jax has always been a conflicted guy. too deep a thinker for that life. Yeah, obviously there’ll be conflict between he and his mom and other club members. And external antagonists this season. The ultimate conflict for Jax will be more about his legacy and coming to terms with who he is as a man.
  • FLEMING:I read you studied classic literature and plays. Is there a storied protagonist Jax is inspired by?
  • SUTTER:Hmm. Obviously the nod to Hamlet is an archetype theme. I’m a big, not to sound pretentious, a big Jean Genet fan. In general. But there was something in his work that fascinated me…also in who he was as an artist. That he had this felonious default, where he couldn’t no matter what he tried to do, he couldn’t escape where he came from, and no matter how famous and celebrated Genet became, he still always lived on the fringe. That fascinated me. That complexity of who he was, as a man. A lot of my heroes struggle with that. And Jax definitely does.

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Despite public outcry, Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery said Wednesday he will move forward with the felony child abuse prosecution of Shanesha Taylor, the jobless mom whose Scottsdale arrest has drawn national attention and prompted calls for Taylor to receive assistance rather than punishment. 

Attorney Bill Montgomery’s office received a petition on Tuesday with 12,000 signatures asking for Shanesha’s charges to be dropped. "First, they weren’t signatures; they were just a list of names," Montgomery said, referring to a printout from the website. "So I don’t know whether any of the individuals in their pajamas who logged on to the site and put their name on there really had a clue of all the circumstances involved in this particular case.

Apparently signatures aren’t good enough, let’s call County Attorney Bill Montgomery’s office & tell him to drop the charges against Shanesha Taylor —-> (602) 506-3411

[A] person convicted of a crime today might lose his right to vote as well as the right to serve on a jury. He might become ineligible for health and welfare benefits, food stamps, public housing, student loans, and certain types of employment. These restrictions exact a terrible toll. Given that most offenders already come from backgrounds of tremendous disadvantage, we heap additional disabilities upon existing disadvantage. By barring the felon from public housing, we make it more likely that he will become homeless and lose custody of his children. Once he is homeless, he is less likely to find a job. Without a job he is, in turn, less likely to find housing on the private market—his only remaining option. Without student loans, he cannot go back to school to try to create a better life for himself and his family. Like a black person living under the Old Jim Crow, a convicted criminal today becomes a member of a stigmatized caste, condemned to a lifetime of second-class citizenship.
—  James Forman, Jr., Racial Critiques of Mass Incarceration: Beyond the New Jim Crow, 87 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 21, 28–31 (2012).

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A Tale of Two Mothers In American in a “Post Racial Society”

Left: Catalina Clouser - Got high, drove for 12 miles with her 2 month old baby on the roof of her car before realizing her child was not in the vehicle. The baby fell off and was found in the middle of the highway, still in its car seat and miraculously unharmed. Catalina pled guilty to child abuse and DUI, she avoided jail time and was sentenced to probation.

Right: Shanesha Taylor - A homeless mother, left her two kids (2 years old and 6 months) in the car while she went on a job interview for 45 minutes because she had no one to watch them. Shanesha was arrested and charged with a felony and had her kids removed from her care.

Both of these women live in Arizona

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