[Pretends to crack knuckles]

Welcome to a new series that I’m lamely calling “The Legend of Meta”, because boy howdy, I sure have a lot of things to say on a lot of characters and about Breath of the Wild in general.. And I’m bad with naming things. I love writing meta (aka long ramblings) and the zelda series is my heart and soul, so why not make a series right? None of this is #confirmed by Nintendo, none of it is #official, merely my own thoughts and opinions.

If sonicmega finds this I’m gonna kick my own ass tbh I love him, great dude, great VA, but listen ok I don’t need him knowing I spent more hours than I’m willing to admit thinking about every little detail about his character. That’s just weird.

Word Count: 5031
Estimated Reading Time: 24 minutes, 51 seconds
Series: 1 of ?

Anyways, this post will contain spoilers from here on! Even the link!

Here is the complete dialogue script for Revali for your convenience!

So as you can plainly tell by the title card, I’m going to be starting off with our well known local bird and arrogant friend, Revali. I’ve seen a wide spread love, and wide spread hate rather quite equally for this character, and quite honestly? I can understand it. From what we are given in game, Revali is a self-absorbed, arrogant and rather downright rude Rito, but seemingly only to you, to Link. Many find this to be annoying, and many find it to be relatable, comical even! Which is fine, do what makes you happy! But as a rhetorical question, how many have you truly thought on his character?

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Cheer Up Post #5031 - In the Heights Edition

For the anon requesting the musical In the Heights (written by Lin-Manuel Miranda), enjoy!

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'Last Man on Earth': Big time jump reveals surprising relationship

We are already down to the second-to-last week of The Last Man on Earths third season, and you could say that time is really flying by.

Especially with Sunday’s episode of the post-apocalyptic comedy, which seems to advance our story several months into the future. Check out this first-look clip, which reveals that Erica (Cleopatra Coleman) is highly pregnant. What’s more, she appears to be in some kind of romantic relationship with Gail (Mary Steenburgen), as they share a cuddly moment. “What are you thinking about?” Gail asks. “Someone very special to me,” answers Erica coyly. “I wonder who that could be,” is the response. “Oh, Gail, you’re my rock.” “And you’re my roll.”

Feel the love, see the kiss, wonder what they mean by the “big day,” and think back on those knowing looks they exchanged when the pair first met Phil (Will Forte) in season 1 and said, “So I guess that’s the end of that chapter.”

Last Man on Earth airs Sundays at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT on Fox.

This article was originally published on ew.com


Cedar Waxwing 5031 by sylvia1sam


The ATSF Just West of Chicago

In these images we first see some power at rest—including a splendid FP45, number 5947, tied up to a couple of SD45s. The second image depicts a hot westbound job led by SD40-2 number 5031. It’s interesting to note that there is another “cowl” unit tucked in behind the lead locomotive in the action shot.

Two photographs taken by Richard Koenig on December 27th 1977.