I was so, u know, happy? that I can finally play ME: Andromeda. And I knew there were quite problems with animation and etc. And I deal with it. But I didn’t expect that stab in the heart like Jaal can’t go out with male Ryder. It is painful. WHY WHY did you give us a candy and then took it away? It’s cruel. Now my Scott Ryder is upset and I stow the game for a while until they’re gonna do sth about it.
I also don't see a problem with drawing him tanned?? I live in a very Italian area and plenty of people have tan skin so it makes sense? And like that other anon said it makes sense because of the climate?? Idk.
yeah for real omg! i prefer to draw the italy brothers tanned and tbh i draw lovi quite a bit darker than feli like?? whats The Problem
Eurus Holmes is an era-defining genius…beyond Newton.
When John was visiting his “new” therapist, he stated, Molly Hooper was the only person who could really see through Sherlock’s “bullshit”. Eurus heard this loud and clear.
Eurus knew Molly would make Sherlock say “I love you” first. She knew this woman would be the one to put her brother on the back foot in a very, very big way.
Eurus essentially took all of Sherlock’s power away in front of Molly Hooper. She empowered Molly over the man she loves by putting that situation in front of her. There was no bomb, never was. It was all about Sherlock, yes…but it was all about how powerless he really is in front of Molly. Emotional context.
Molly Hooper is not weak, she is a lion. Her love is not weak, it is unbreakable. Her love is not meaningless, it means everything. Sherlock’s love is not meaningless either, it means everything. Eurus proved it. That was The Final Problem.
I have a Portal related problem, and I need your help:
How would you carry around your favorite Personality Core for, let’s say, 5 or so hours? Especially if you can’t carry them by their handles and you don’t want to hold them under your arm the whole time. The Personality Core needs to be able to move and interact with what’s around them. Also, your hands are going to be holding other things off and on.
Stewart and her identity ― gay, bisexual, fluid or otherwise ― aren’t problems or problematic. Quite the contrary, whether she knows it or not, she is emblematic of the future, at least if we’re lucky (and smart) and follow her example. That doesn’t necessarily mean we need to constantly (or ever) redefine how we each personally identify ― interrogating your desire and your politics to determine your sexuality and then sticking with it is just fine, too. But finding the courage and conviction to embrace labeling and then relabeling if it feels right should be an option. No one should get to tell us how to feel or how to identify and no one should get to tell us that we’ve got it wrong or we’re confused because we might change or challenge our minds about who we want and when and why at any point in our lives ― whether it be once or never or every other weekend.