I really want like a crack-ish, dark humor sitcom that is just post-reveal Adrien and Gabriel (assuming that he is Hawkmoth) having to still live together and be a father and son while knowing that they’re arch nemeses.
G: Another late slip, Adrien? I did not send you to public school so that you could shirk off your studies and make a habit of being tardy.
A: Well I probably would’ve been on time to class if someone hadn’t launched an attack at four in the morning last night.
G: Watch your tongue, boy. I managed to wake up this morning to tend to my own duties just fine. And I thought superheroes didn’t make excuses…
A: And I thought super villains were actually supposed to be threatening…
A: Did you know that cats can catch and eat butterflies?
G: And you felt the need to inform me of this because…?
A: *flashes his ring* Just wanted to remind you.
A: Father, are you…why are you holding my hand?
G: ….I’m not.
A: It’s the middle of the night. Are you…are you staring at my ring?
G: Don’t be foolish, boy. I’m trying to steal it. Hopefully, this will circumvent any unnecessary theatrics that come from creating villains.
Some people are complaining that the budget proffered by the Trump administration, despite its wonderful macho-sounding name, is too vague and makes all sorts of cuts to needed programs in favor of increasing military spending by leaps and bounds. These people are wimps. Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney has called it a “hard power budget” which is, I think, the name of an exercise program where you eat only what you can catch, pump up your guns and then punch the impoverished in the face. This, conveniently, is also what the budget does.