Absolutely! He has more control over these fits than other Ghost Riders have had. It’s basically just the goodness in him, and his duty to his brother and his family, that gives him the strength to be able to keep the cap on and to keep the monster at bay. Playing both of those sides has really helped create the meat of the matter that makes a really great three-dimensional character. However out of control he is, when he finally does transform, there’s a lot weighing on his mind. He’s trying to make a compromise with the other guy. If he can’t shake his shadow, he’s gotta compromise in this job he’s given himself. This code that he lives by now is that contract that he’s made with himself. (x)
I have been waiting to get a run in all week with this weather…it was glorious! 62 with only a slight breeze. I tried to be consistent with my times, that only lasted 3 miles. My legs are sore from yesterday, but it felt so good out. Very excited to see how my times progress with the cooler weather.
As I was walking to the T this morning, in front of me I see a woman in a Sherlock sweatshirt. I really, REALLY wanted to go up and gush all over her, asked if she was into johnlock, get her tumblr, but I DIDN’T. …one because it was like 8am and two because she was a college student with headphones on and that would have probably freaked her out, but… thanks, Tufts student, for getting me excited and for somehow waking up my muse (which now won’t stop kicking me in the spleen even though I have WORK to do…) because now I wanna write write write wriiiiiiite.
Hey, Ice Bag, is your public education system really teaching Willy Shake's work like it's all dramatic and important? If it is, I feel really sorry for you guys.
Going to ignore that this is obviously you, Bill and answer this honestly.
Yeah, every English class you have to read at least one of those plays. Romeo and Juliet and Othello and all that. I got bored one day of trying to figure out the words and looked up a more modern translation and, dude, some of the things this guy wrote about are at the humor level of the dumbest kid in my class. That isn’t saying much.
I was having fun recently talking with a friend about Fire Emblem, and suddenly he starts talking about how bad Felicia is and how terrible her stats are and this is bad, that is bad, everything is bad, and so I asked him who he married in the game and, without breaking stride, tells me he married Niles.