War Dogs (2016)


Based on a true story, “War Dogs” follows two friends in their early 20s (Hill and Teller) living in Miami during the first Iraq War who exploit a little-known government initiative that allows small businesses to bid on U.S. Military contracts. Starting small, they begin raking in big money and are living the high life. But the pair gets in over their heads when they land a 300 million dollar deal to arm the Afghan Military—a deal that puts them in business with some very shady people, not the least of which turns out to be the U.S. Government.


Nick’s expressions disturb me. He was so unimpressed upon witnessing Manchas’s kidnapping. And he’s just calmly sipping tea while threatening to ice Weaselton.
Savage predators may give him the willies but when it comes to kidnapping and icing (two things the mafia are known for) he doesn’t event blink. Is ANYONE surprised he worked for a crime boss cause I’m not!!


A/N: Request from anon. There were actually two requests quite similar to each other, so I combined them. There will be two parts, each of them one of the requests. Enjoy!

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Warnings: violence and blood, (sexual) abuse, attempted rape, traumatic behaviour, murder… (seriously guys, this got a little intense, be warned)

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Growing Up on Benoit Farms Would Include...
  • An unreal number of pets, from scruffy barn cats to sleek, fat cows to cantankerous chickens
  • Camping out under the stars in unused pastures
  • Cookie jars and produce baskets that never seemed to be empty and always had something for hungry little hands to grab on the way out the door
  • Falling asleep to the soft murmur of the crickets in the fields
  • Bouncing from bale to bale in the hayloft or diving out of it to land in the ready to use mounds of hay below
  • Fighting over who rides shotgun on produce deliveries 
  • Helping to keep an eye on the produce, on the hunt for the potential prize-winning specimens to be entered at the village fair
  • Memorizing which old floorboards creak and which ones don’t, but still never quite managing to sneak out past a certain someone with genetically modified hearing
  • Snowforts of epic proportions during the winter and shady treeforts in the summer
  • Enough chores to whine about, but not enough to keep Saturdays from being long lazy days
  • Roasting marshmallows in the fireplace on cozy winter nights

Growing Up on the Rampion Would Include

tagging me in a post and then tagging it every exo tag and then SOMEONE whose obviously in the mood to be shady & petty is reblogging it… wow…

pretty-little-theorist  asked:

Could you rate the liars from fav to least for you? Based on your blog I'm assuming Ali is your least favorite haha. For me it's Emily, Alison, Hanna, Spencer, Aria. Mostly bc I'm a hard core Emison shipper. But Hanna is funny but also rude, Spencer is shady af but I love and hate her and Aria is last because she's so hung up on Ezra and he impairs her judgment. She only makes smart choices when Ezra is out of town or something....

Oooo I love these types of questions!

No way! Ali is one of my favourites actually! From favourite to least favourite is:

1) Mona - “next time call me before you abduct someone”. Gosh I love her.
2) Hanna
3) Spencer
- used to be my number 1, and it’s not that I like her less now, it’s just that I like the top 2 more now. 
4) Aria - yes she’s very clingy to Ezra, but she clearly also cares about the storyline/mystery too. She literally didn’t take no for an answer with Jason last episode at the hospital.
5) Alison
6) Emily - I feel like she adds nothing to the storyline. All she adds is romance like with Sabrina, Alison, Paige, etc. Not that there’s anything wrong with that - I know people love their Emison and Paily or whatnot, but I personally don’t watch this show for the romance, and I feel like that’s all Emily has to offer. I love all of the girls except Emily. I only “like” her, whereas I “love” the rest. “Fking love” the first 3, though.

I say that Alison is one of my favourites… but I place her fifth? Because I haven’t really enjoyed her this season. I think it is pretty much universally agreed that Alison was a much more intricate, layered, entertaining, mysterious, bitchy, loving, fun character before she came back alive. When we only saw her through flashbacks, she was so much better, possibly one of the best characters out of all the television shows I watched. But since she came back alive in 413, she lost that sassy attitude and I miss it. I still love her as a character, but I’m waiting for the writers to give Sasha those quotes and storylines we know and love and have come to expect from Alison.

Edit: this is why I’m praying for Alison to be AD. AD = Alison DiLaurentis. Very obvious, but who cares. I have always prioritised logic over element of surprise. And, it’ll just be like bringing the show to a full circle. 

anonymous asked:

opinions on the makeup industry? whats your relationship to the new "makeup artist" movement on social media? sorry ive been really fixated on this topic and i wanted to hear your cup of tea on the issue

To be honest, I’m kinda an outsider looking in here. It’s kinda a painful point for me - I kinda desperately want to learn to do my makeup, but nobody I know does it, and I cannot learn from videos, which are increasingly the only teaching tools available.

That said, I have managed to form a couple of general opinions:

The makeup industry, like any industry, is exploitive as fuck. This goes double for any industry that can be filed under “beauty.” Not only are there the incredibly shady practices (I’ve seen/heard of makeup distributors ripping each other off, outright scam artists selling cheap stuff with a new label more expensively, questionable ingredients, etc), but the whole thing is predicated on the idea that a woman’s value is in her appearance, and her appearance is never good enough. It’s toxic as hell. There is no ethical consumption under capitalism or kyriarchy.

Makeup artists are artists. As I alluded to above, I don’t really follow any youtubers, so I have literally no idea if you were looking for commentary about a specific social dynamic. But I’ve seen a fair amount of downplaying of makeup artistry, and I don’t really get it. I mean, as far as I can see, the difference between makeup artistry and, say, painting is that makeup artists are working on a way more complex canvas, and their work is inherently temporary. So yeah, they’re artists, full stop.

(I have a strong suspicion that a lot of the downplay and trivialization is because it’s seen as feminine, but that’s really a whole other post.)

Society’s ideas about makeup are toxic as hell. Makeup is both mandatory and proof that women are inherently manipulative liars. How messed up is that? In my ideal world, it would be something that you could use to look the way you want to look, regardless of gender, period. Not required, not a sign of anything except what you’re putting on display.