Though getting information from New York on British troop movements and other plans was critical to General George Washington, commander of the Continental Army, there was simply no reliable intelligence network that existed on the Patriot side at that time. That changed in 1778, when a young cavalry officer named Benjamin Tallmadge established a small group of trustworthy men and women from his hometown of Setauket, Long Island. Known as the Culper Spy Ring, Tallmadge’s homegrown network would become the most effective of any intelligence-gathering operation on either side during the Revolutionary War.
In the end this is much more to my will than to a theory. I read a post on the tumblr that said I would not mind the girls not having a happy ending and I share the feeling a lot. I’m sorry, but it’s impossible to have a “normal” life or get over all the shit of A, for God’s sake they violated Alison’s body for her have a baby (just quoting). So, it would be very interesting if Caleb was AD after all (this post has big arguments about this), not only because he is very close to the group, besides Hanna (as married she can not testify against him), that would be a break in the group - how did they not see it? how to trust someone later? two of them loved him romantically (a point to prove just how manipulative it is). So imagine that Caleb is AD, the group has no way of overcoming it so breaks down - just as it did when Alison disappeared at the beginning, and each of them finds a way to continue living, assuming Emily and Alison isolate themselves to care of the baby and Aria not marry with Ezra, I’m open to their future.
I have two city officials to deliver bribes to, a party to attend at eight, two dozen macarons inside that Tupperware- help yourself, and five drug dealers calling me wondering why Fake AH doesn’t want to sponsor them. Speak quickly, please.