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psa tyler said “josh, that’s it. we’ve gotta be done” because they ran out of time. the lights not working was an error, not deliberate, and it wasn’t the bbc who cut their set. it took tyler way too long to get to the tower because the crowd weren’t helping him, to the point where josh had to do some filler drumming until he got there, and by the time he did they’d reached the end of their set time and although tyler wanted to keep going and finish it there was another artist due to play after them and they couldn’t overrun. tyler didn’t end it because he was upset and the bbc didn’t end it because he crowdsurfed, they just ran out of time

signs as predebut seventeen

aries: joshua


taurus: vernon


gemini: jeonghan


cancer: seungkwan/jun


leo: mingyu

virgo: seungcheol


libra: seokmin


scorpio: hoshi couldn’t pick just one so


sagittarius: minghao


capricorn: dino


aquarius: woozi


pisces: wonwoo

“I know I can’t but… I wish I could go with you, wherever you may go.”

Quick colored scraps because I couldn’t help but imagine them dying together. McCree being the one to live a while longer and get to see how peaceful Hanzo would look. Knowing he’s lived a bad life and only hoping he could be with Hanzo in the next. Okay I’m done.  。◕ ‿ ◕。

I would like to see her weaponry and survival skills used for the good of the group
— 

An idiot.

Lest we forget Carol used her weaponry and survival skills to save Rick & Co. at Terminus. And save Alexandria from the attack by The Wolves. And save Maggie and herself at the slaughterhouse from Paula and her friends. And save herself from those Saviors who tried to ambush her on the road.

Are we even watching the same show?

“The world is very old, and we are so new. I like the feeling of awe–what the late writer Wallace Stegner called ‘the birth of awe’–in beholding wild country not reduced by man. I like to remember that it is wild country that gives rise to wild animals; and that the marvelous specificity of wild animals reminds us to wake up, to let our senses be inflamed by every scent and sound and sight and taste and touch of the world. I like to remember that we are not here forever, and not here alone, and that the respect with which we behold the wild world matters, if anything does.” ― Rick Bass

Tulit’a, Northwest Territories, Canada.