I’m switching schools in a month and I want to confess everything to F. How I fell in love with the way he sucks on the strings of his sweaters, how I fell in love with his purity and innocence, with his pain and suffering, with his passions and intelligence. I want to tell him how I can’t imagine myself with anyone but him, and how I see him in everyone I love. But I don’t want to sound desperate and unintelligible. Since he probally only sees me as a student I don’t see the point in confessing. But there’s the what if factor. What if he feels the same, what if he won’t judge, but most importantly what if I don’t tell him, will I regret it later, will I regret keeping it a secret?!? Because what if I never forget about him..
Hey, i read the anon posts and umm if i remember correctly we saw that Scott took an advanced class with Lydia, right? And he did studied for english... I mean we can say that Scott was hardworking student. By the way, i think Stiles was mentally ill, when you think about his panic attacks and nightmares....
Stiles definitely has mental illness, but ADHD is not one of them, because ADHD isn’t a mental illness. It’s a learning disability. Some people view them as points on a spectrum, others view them as overlapping categories. This is a very long-standing disagreement among educators and psychologists, so this is discourse I’m going to handwave away, because it’s ultimately irrelevant to my point.
Whether or not Stiles has ADHD - or any mental illness or learning disability - has no impact on his intelligence. That anon was only pissed at me because I said people don’t have to call Scott dumb to be able to call Stiles smart. Making the fight centered on Stiles and ADHD had nothing to do with ADHD and almost nothing to do with Stiles.
A lot of people in fandom write Scott as an idiot, despite the fact he does well in class when he isn’t worrying about life-and-death situations outside of class.
Conversely, Stiles is written as a genius who is at the top of his class after Lydia, despite the fact we have been given clear indications of him struggling in class, and no indication of what his grades and classes are like.
This isn’t to say I think Scott is actually a genius or Stiles is an idiot. This was to highlight how fandom pushes characters into convenient archetypes based on stigmas and stereotypes surrounding education and learning ability.
“The thing about Colin that I feel compelled to talk about is his intelligence because it’s really, really staggering. I’m deeply impressed by that man’s brain. When we do interviews together, I usually stay quiet and try to look pretty.”
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“The thing about Colin that I feel compelled to talk about is his intelligence because it’s really, really staggering. It is not only his emotional intelligence as an actor, but his knowledge base, his knowledge of literature, and his way with words.” - Ezra Miller
“Most of my work was with Ezra, and I adored working with him. He’s bright and talented, and all of that stuff. But he’s a kindhearted cat.” - Colin Farrell
Was almost not released from Doctor Fate's helmet because Nabu knew he was worthy, uses denial as a coping mechanism because he can't handle confronting his problems because they cause him pain, chooses not to believe in magic because he can't stand accepting something he can't control and science is the only thing he can trust, was trusted enough by Dick that he revealed his and Bruce's identities, was the first one who escaped from the nightmare in Face Your Fears, is insecure because he thinks he's not good enough to be Flash's sidekick, protected Artemis in Bereft even after she said she'd probably been sent to kill him, the volcano that Red Volcano activated in Humanity would have destroyed the world had Wally not used his immense intelligence to figure out a way to save them, sacrificed his birthday to save a young queen by running a donor heart cross country, realized that the best birthday gift he could have ever gotten was seeing her smile, uses humor and bad flirting because he has a fear of rejection, FREAKING GOT HIMSELF STUCK IN THE SPEEDFORCE TO SAVE THE WORLD AND NOW EVERYONE THINKS HE'S DEAD, AND HIS LAST WORDS WERE TELLING BARRY TO MAKE SURE ARTEMIS AND HIS PARENTS KNEW HE LOVED THEM.
Also Wally West:
I'll bet you I can eat that whole pizza in two bites
Since winning the presidential election, Donald Trump has reportedly skipped out on the majority of his intelligence briefings; this past Sunday, Trump made headlines after sharing false information blaming his loss of the popular vote on mass voter fraud — a claim previously reported by the conspiracy news site Infowars. It’s been widely reported that Trump is an obsessive consumer of cable news — he has himself admitted to receiving at least a portion of his military advice from “the shows.” But, pundits and chyrons aside, relatively little is known about where the next president will find the news and commentary that might color his time in office. What exactly is Trump’s media diet?
Snape’s intelligence never ceases to amaze me. He literally corrected instructions in his textbooks when he was just a kid.
And it’s funny when people think I like him just for his tragic past, they couldn’t be more wrong. His intelligence fascinates me more than anything else.
In one of your recent posts you called Chuuya a disappointment, I know you were mostly joking but honestly Chuuya's role (or lack thereof) has been pretty disappointing so far imo. I want to know what you think about his character and popularity. So sorry if this has already been asked.
I’ve covered a bit about Chuuya and the rest of Port Mafia in this post. About his character and personality, I have no new thoughts so you can check out some of what I’ve written here. As you can tell, I really like Chuuya, and while I don’t want him swallowing up everyone else in terms of screentime, given his surprising popularity I’m slightly miffed we haven’t been given any good side materials. Even better if there are no mentions of his ex-partner.
Okay, so let’s look back at 36.5. With no one else higher in the chain of command, we can assume that Chuuya has temporarily taken on the role of a commander for the mafia.They surround the building and are in prime position to attack, but once Chuuya hears that the ADA members have gathered together in one place with the intention to fight and hold them off, he decides to switch gears and prepare for a frontal assault.
What the hell Chuuya? You have numbers on your side! Why didn’t you position at least three or four men to guard the other exits? You had snipers at the ready, you had their paths blocked. Even if they escaped, someone could have sent out an alert to report the general direction of where ADA members were headed. What a great start.
(Another tactic, something horrible but one that should fit in with the mafia’s methods… After finding out where Fukuzawa is being treated, stealthily position mafia members inside the hospital, having them blend in as patients and medical workers. Have them keep their distance from the floor where Fukuzawa is in to avoid suspicion (after all, they’re up against detectives). Once everything is set, Chuuya could go and make that flashy entrance again, but this time they have members threatening to harm hospital staff if they don’t hand over Fukuzawa. This plan may or may not fail depending on how ADA would react, but it sure beats showing up at the front door and asking for a brawl.)
I also talked about how Chuuya could have at least looked around to find evidence of foul play when he faced off against Ranpo. Or at least, let us hear in his mind how he doesn’t feel right about the situation. That he charged in recklessly even if there was a false sense of security… You mean to tell me that despite years in the mafia, he still hasn’t honed a sharpened battle instinct to sniff out that something is wrong? Man, do they pick up executives by drawing straws? Maybe I could be one too?
On one hand, you could say this is consistent with how he is normally portrayed: brash, straightforward, and quick to anger. At the same time, in this dire situation and in his current position, you’d think Chuuya would stop and be more cautious when making his moves. Compared to Kunikida, Ranpo, Atsushi, Tanizaki, Kyouka and even Akutagawa, he has shown no resolve or strength of character in this arc so far, only running his big mouth and charging forward mindlessly. Frankly I’m not even hoping for much in the next chapters. Ranpo would be brilliant, of course, while we don’t know whether Chuuya will remain as utterly dull and disappointing as he is now. I guess for Mr Asagiri, Chuuya being ½ of soukoku is more than enough…