at&t national

I have this angsty headcanon that prussia actually is a little resentful about his childhood. I mean, from the moment he was born they shoved a sword into his hand, gave him a cross, pointed him in one direction after another, and told him that he was doing God’s work. Nations don’t get normal childhoods, but even among them prussia’s upbringing seems unique. After growing up and having raised a child himself, I hc he can’t help but be a bit angry becase he’s starting to realize that he never had much of a chance at another life. He didn’t even have a steady roof over his head until adulthood. And he knows better than to dwell on the bad stuff, but it catches up to him. He knows that, as a nation, he doesn’t exactly get much of a say in which direction his life takes, but sometimes he wonders if maybe he wouldn’t be a dead man walking if anyone had shown him how to be, or even let him try to be, anything other than a “soldier of god” back then.

ceylon-morphe286  asked:

Can u do the allies section of the sick s/o close to dying and throwing the rare drug supply into the fire so the nation doesn't have to suffer anymore? Plz

America: NOOOOO! Would be devastated. He would fall to his knees and just stare at the fire. He would just crumble, even his cowlick would fall. IT’s over. His s/o was as good as dead. his s/o, his superhero, it can’t be over. When he realized why his s/o had done it, he would cry. They were never suppose to sacrifice something for him.

England: Would turn to anger, even though he won’t mean a single word that he will say, he will yell and scream at their s/o. How DARE they do that! Don’t they know that it was for them, all of it? He worked so hard to get it, and they literally threw it away. He wold just stare at his s/o, his beautiful s/o. He has seen so much, to much. He has seen lovers sacrifices themselves for the other, but he never thought someone would do that to him. He will feel so guilty, because at that moment, he would feel loved.

France: Non, non non non! He would just repeat those words over as he stared at the fire. He would turn to his s/o and ask, why? Why? Why? He would quickly embarrassed his love in a tight hug. He know why they did that. But it hurt, it hurt so much. This was it, his s/o was done.

Russia: Oh well, he can always get more of the drug. He would do anything for his s/o. They must not have been feeling well if they threw the drug. He would smile at them, lead them to the couch and told them to wait while he goes gets more. He heads to the medicine cabinet and just stare inside it. There was no more of the drug. Then, it would hit him that his s/o will die, and soon. He won’t understand. He finally has someone that loves him. They can’t leave, they can’t. 

China: Would be furious, they just wasted it! They needed that drug! He would yell and pace and be furious. But then he would walk slower, and slower, until he stopped. After his rant, the tears would come. He would slowly walk over to his s/o, and reach out his arms, wanting a hug.

Canada: He wouldn’t move a muscle. He would just stare at the stop the drug was, where it should have been. He would slowly move his gave till he saw his s/o’s face. Then the tears would come. Not because he was sad, because he hated himself so much at that moment, He felt relieved. Relieved that the pain his s/o was going through would finally stop, and that he wouldn’t suffer anymore watching them slowly die.

I didn’t know, did you know®… Susan La Flesche Picotte, the first Native American woman physician in the US, was born today in 1865! She founded the Picotte Memorial Hospital, which was built in 1913. The hospital, located on the Omaha Reservation, was the first hospital for a Native American reservation not funded by the US government. #HappyBirthday

YG’s Official Stand regarding the dispute over the USB Album. At this moment it was brought to the Ministry of Culture to let the authorities and the government decide on this matter. Additionally, the Korean Music Copyright Society supports this ‘4th Album Revolution’.

This will be one of the most talked about album release that will go down in history.

THIRTEEN’s The Talk – Race in America Tackles the Issue of Young People of Color and Their Uneasy Encounters With Law Enforcement. It premieres Monday, February 20, 9 p.m. on PBS. In anticipation of that premiere Tumblr and THIRTEEN  have convened officers, advocates and policy experts to discuss the state of community policing in the United States. 

Dr. Bryant T. Marks is a National Trainer on Implicit Bias and Community Policing. He has trained over 1,000 police chiefs via a series of White House briefings, and several thousand patrol officers through small group workshops in police departments across the country. He is a professor of psychology at Morehouse College and also serves as a Senior Research Fellow with the Campaign for Black Male Achievement.

John Matthews is the Executive Director of the Community Safety Institute (CSI) and a former Chief of Police. John developed and implemented community policing for the Dallas Police Department in the 1990’s and has worked nationally on scores of COPS Office initiatives over the past twenty years developing over 100 community policing training programs. John also serves as the Director of Federal Partnerships for the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund and was a member of the White House 21st Century Policing team.

Bakari Kitwana is the executive director of Rap Sessions, which is currently touring the nation leading town hall discussions on the theme “Run Toward Fear: Millennial Activists and Social Justice in the Trump Era” He is the author of The Hip-Hop Generation: Young Blacks and the Crisis in African-American Culture the forthcoming Hip-Hop Activism in the Obama Era.

Trevena Garel is a retired New York City Police Sergeant. During her 21-year career Trevena served as both an undercover and an investigator in the NYPD’s Chief of Patrol’s Investigation and Evaluation Section, investigating allegations of misconduct involving both uniformed and/or civilian members of the NYPD. Trevena has had “The Talk” with her three children and her two oldest grandchildren.

Chief Michael Koval began his career with the Madison Police Department in 1983. Before becoming the Chief in 2014 he was the Sergeant of Recruitment and Training for 17 years. He has a law degree from William Mitchell College of Law.

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