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“It was probably this time last year, when they sent me the scripts, and I read them through and saw that this delightful young lady was going to be burned. I was astonished — well, listen, nothing astonishes me on this show, to be honest with you. But it hit very close to home. […] What Kerry brings to it is a beautiful honesty of her portrayal. There’s no performing. She just is, you know? And that’s the best kind of acting.” – Liam Cunningham [x]

Kaip turėčiau pradėti kalbėti, jei tylėjau tiek laiko? 
Kaip turėčiau atsiverti, praverti burną ir leisti žodžiams rasti savo vietą?
Kaip turėčiau papasakoti apie tai ką jaučiu, jeigu niekas niekada net nepaklausė ką jaučiu?
O gal neturėčiau?
Tik baisu, kad greitai nebegalėsiu kvėpuoti nuo visų jausmų užpildžiusių mano plaučius.
—  V., (350/365)

So me and my friend, @boba-fetti, is starting a group chat for star wars fans that loves the ship darthfett! It will be over skype, but we will probably not be doing calls. 

In this chat we’re gonna talk about the ship! Like headcanons, aus, good fanart and fanfics, watching movies, but most importantly: finding new friends and having loads of fun!

Rules:
- Don’t be rude towards people in the chat
- Respect each other
- Like Star Wars!

To join you just have to send an ask to me in which you state your name and skype username and you’ll get added!

3rdshift-workout asked:

This is more a tournament conduct question: How do I store my constructed deck, sideboard, tokens, and double faced cards for the tournament? Can they all be in the same deck box?

Short answer: Yes, absolutely.

Let’s take a look inside my Standard deck’s box and I’ll show you how I do it.

Ok… this isn’t showing us much yet… let’s take everything out and spread it a bit.

Now we can get a better look at what’s going on here.

From right to left, we have the following:

  1. The main deck.
  2. The sideboard, separated from the main deck with a divider.
  3. My double-faced cards in clear sleeves. (You could use any sleeves as long as they’re not similar to the main deck’s sleeves. I like clear sleeves so I don’t have to unsleeve the card to transform it.) I use checklist cards to represent them in the main deck, so this is where I keep the actual DFCs.
  4. Tokens, emblems, morph reminders cards, etc. The important thing here is that these cards are unsleeved or in sleeves that couldn’t be confused with the sleeves of the main deck and sideboard.

Yesterday marked the beginning of our love month services! What an exciting night, as our pastor’s kindly shared their story with us. They proved that true love really waits and it doesn’t go ahead of God’s perfect timing. So, yes, there is hope for those that are still single out there but remember; we are called to love God with our heart, mind, soul, and strength first. Only then will He give us the desires of our hearts. 

aurelia-the-aurelia asked:

What exactly is the purpose of checklist cards? Why can't people just... have the actual cards in their deck all the time?

There are a few reasons people use checklist cards:

  • Some people don’t play with sleeves, especially in limited (draft or sealed). In these cases you have to use a checklist card since the double-faced card doesn’t have a normal Magic card back.
  • Similarly, if you’re playing with card sleeves that aren’t completely opaque you have to use checklist cards so that the DFCs aren’t marked in the deck.
  • Playing with DFCs in your deck means that you have to take them out of their sleeves to transform them, which can be tedious and wear out both the card and the sleeves much more quickly.
  • It’s just easier for a lot of people. I always personally use checklist cards so I don’t have to deal with any of the above issues.