It is with a sad heart that I note my home, the beautiful and multicultural city of London has fallen under terrorist attack again, at the home of our democracy. Four people are dead, over 20 injured. Many with catastrophic injures. One of the deceased is the attacker, another is a police officer.
My doctor, nurse and paramedic colleagues at Tommies’ are both under lockdown and treating the casualties, number unknown. They are from all walks of life and ethnicities, and embody the best of Brutush spirit. My thoughts are with them as they fight to save lives. Friends, may your jearts and minds sustain you through your work today.
The chair of the BMA’s Junior Doctor Committee, Jeeves Wijesuriya, was at parliament giving a speech, and was able to assist at the frontline. I know that a lot of passers by from all walks of life helped.
My friends in the civil service are under lockdown. My friends in the Met police are waiting to hear if the police officer fatally injured is a personal friend. This attack touches us all.
We are shocked. But we stand together; London is a diverse city united by friendships spanning many faiths and cultures. We have been under attack before, and we may be again. But if we look after each other, and refuse to be ruled by hate, we will emerge again.
I know the coming days will be tough, particularity for the victims and their families. But also for the immigrant communities, and I fear, especially for the Muslim communities, if it turns out to have been Islamic extremism. Right now, we know nothing about the motivations. But I fear the anger that may be directed at innocent Muslims, and our Muslim friends deserve our full support during this time. As a Londoner I stand with you; you are one of us and we will stand together against this.
We cannot fight hate by hating innocent people. We have to stick together.
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So you tore my heart out last week and AGAIN yesterday with supergirl, thinking my ships have gone to put them back together with A FUCKING SERENADE PROPOSAL ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME! IM CRYING IT WAS SO MUCH MORE BEAUTIFUL THAN I EVER IMAGINED. WELL PLAYED WRITERS, WELL PLAYED.
the face that adam got so pissed she liked romeo and juliet that he gave her a whole fucking library.
that whole dance scene
the fact we got some moments of sexual tension between adam and belle, (when she was reading to him, and he smiled at her they looked at each other for like five seconds and then they were like why am i falling for this person)
belle takes care of adam in the west wing, a whle new intimacy we never saw in the animated movie.
the beast shirtless o.O
maurice paints adam and bele dancing
the fact that the villagers were just the people from the ballroom scene in the beginning and they were cursed so they lived just a few miles from the castle
THE GROWL I AM DECEASED
STANLEY WALKING OFF LIKE A PRO IN WOMAN’S CLOTHING
Ok who TF TOLD TWICE THEY COULD SLAY ME WITH THAT MLD SHOOT LIKE THAT WTF IM DYING OF A HEART ATTACK HERE THEY ALL LOOK SO FINE
GOD BLESS WHOEVER APPROVED THAT SHOOT, GOD BLESS WHOEVER PUT THEM IN THOSE OUTFITS. I AM DECEASED
@namo-or-death said to incorrecttwicequotes: NaMo dancing on VLive. We NaMo fans are so fed this era. ; u ; But I swear, it’s like they want me to fail class because they release that video just as I’m working on a major requirement. I cannot function. :(((
I know right Namo is sailing to infinity, which is good for you, but also bad cause you’re gonna combust, RIP namo shippers
Anonymous said to incorrecttwicequotes: Wow….NaMo really is ‘that’ couple. If they had kids they’d probably be like “eww mom stooop” all the time. It’s official- give them my blessing 100%.
Oh my god Namo would totally be the embarrassing parents, and they’d always dance in public together as well. Couple goals
Anonymous said to incorrecttwicequotes: Momo chose mina. I forgot how to feel. twitter(.)com/pengjeongnam/status/844383873681125376
In children’s fiction, there’s a great book called Umbrella Summer by Lisa Graff about a young girl dealing with the aftermath of her brother’s death from cancer. She Kills Monsters by Qui Nguyen is actually a play, but I promise it’s insanely entertaining and gripping to read. The gist is that a woman in her 20s is trying to understand who her deceased teenage sister was by playing a module of Dungeons and Dragons she designed. The Things They Carried by Tim O’Brien is a poignant collection of stories– some completely true, others based on true events– that the author experienced while fighting in the Vietnam War. Last but not least, The Reece Malcolm List by Amy Spalding follows a high school girl as she moves across the country to live with her famous-novelist-mother after her father is unexpectedly killed in a car accident.