fliegend-nilpferd  asked:

For this class of mine we are supposed to design a theoretical restaurant. I was the only person to decide to base theirs out of an existing location. It's a historical theater where i live in anchorage Alaska. It's been closed for years. Called the 4th avenue theater. I can't find many good photos of the inside but I'm told it's art deco interior was gorgeous. I was wondering if you could explain art deco a bit more, because I don't seem to be able to pick up the general feel it gives people.

You are right, there are a very limited number of images from the Fourth Avenue Theatre in Anchorage, Anchorage, AK (included in this post are a number of images from the Library of Congress).

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Okay I can explain (that’s my first ever post about AK on my personal blog btw). Admittedly, I sorta forgot about him having sex with Nicky. Whether you love or hate any character is hard to determine on this show. That is exactly why I love the character writing. Deran must confront his sexuality, Smurf has to face her past, and Pope… Don’t even get me started cuz he’s in deep shit. There’s so many complex layers to everyone that we don’t know who to emotionally invest in and that, to me, is the intrigue of Animal Kingdom.

anonymous asked:

I was listening to the BAK audio logs yesterday (more precisely to Jason and Barbara dialogue) when I thought: how would the reunification of post-AK!Jason with Barbara and Dick be like? How would they behave with him and how would they deal with his problems? Would Jay get along with Tim? (P.s.: I was listened to the Italian version of the dialogue and I found Jay's crying more... heatbreaking than the English version, so I wanted to ask... Which dubbing do you think suits Jay the most?)

Before I answer your question, I just wanna ask where did you listen to the Italian audio? Was it online somewhere or did you just change the language settings in the game (which I’ve never tried to do so idek what languages are available and haven’t heard any of the dubs). I definitely want to hear this Extra Heartbreaking Jay crying. 

I’ve thought about how Jay would get along with the members of the batfam post-game a lot. I’d hope he stays in touch with Babs and Dick, but knowing Jason, that isn’t a very realistic scenario. He probably distances himself from them, not wanting to burden them and probably still feeling guilt over what he put them through on Halloween night. But if he were to stay in touch with them, I always think of it as a bittersweet reunification. While it’s nice to have them both in his life once again, it’s also very anxiety-inducing because of his guilt and still very much feeling like he can never truly live a normal life again, not only because of his PTSD, but because of the tension between him and the batfam (that is mostly just his perception of things, not really how they feel about him). It’s hard to feel completely comfortable around them because of this, so he doesn’t get together with them very often. Being around Tim probably doesn’t make it any easier. While he’s learned that Tim isn’t at fault for anything, he can’t help but think back to how he felt replaced and forgotten, and that association makes it hard for him to be around him. I can’t see Jason fighting with him or anything, maybe jokingly insulting him to mask his true feelings, but nothing particularly ill-willed. Both Dick and Babs would be concerned and as supportive as they can, while still sternly disagreeing with his methods of fighting criminals, which they’re very open about. They don’t baby him or treat him delicately, they just know that he went so long without any support whatsoever and struggled for so long all on his own that they always try to let him know that he’s still loved and appreciated and always has a family to turn to for support if need be.