cutler-s

SO I really would like to know a lot more about Danse and Cutler’s relationship (edit removed headcanon nonsense). Like what they were like together, what they talked about, what kind of trouble they got into and how they helped each other. What did they like to do for fun in Rivet City? Were they only friends or were they something more?


ugh, I’m having a really shitty day and literally trying to survive on daydreaming alone. 

you know why i don’t headcanon danse as being childlike and such i do hc him as enjoying toys and things like that. bright colors, toy cars and trucks, games on the pip boy, teddy bears; he won’t ever admit it and it’s not like he has a stash of these things but sometimes he’ll just pause to admire one, to touch it, hold it in his hands and pretend. sometimes when he’s just standing around waiting he pretends his power armor is a super suit, feels a bit like a hero in one of the old comics he’s read.

and sole laughs and calls him a dweeb, thinks it’s adorable. doesn’t laugh so hard when they hear his stories about growing up alone in junk yards in the commonwealth, how he wasn’t really happy till he befriended cutler. laughs significantly less after hearing about cutler’s death. finds nothing funny at all in it when they learn he’s a synth because, oh, it suddenly makes sense. he’s not just mourning a lost childhood, he’s mourning a childhood he’d never had had to begin with, and that hurts just a little bit more.

raikenokumura asked:

Male ENTJs?

Arrested Development, George Bluth Sr.
Attack On Titan, Erwin Smith
Avatar: The Last Airbender, Sokka
DC: The New 52, Red Robin
Fruits Basket by Natsuki Takaya, Hiro Sohma
Game of Thrones, Petyr Baelish
Guardians of the Galaxy, Marvel’s, Rocket
Harry Potter Series by J.K. Rowling, Draco Malfoy
Hobbit, The, The Lord of the Rings, Saruman
Hobbit, The, Thranduil
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Dennis Reynolds
Jurassic Park, John Hammond
Legend, Reggie Kray
Luther, John Luther
Marvel’s Cinematic Universe, Tony Stark
Mummy, The, High Priest Imhotep
Mr. Robot, Tyrell Wellick
Naruto, Naruto Shippuden, Neji
Orange is the New Black, Joe Caputo
Pirates of the Caribbean, Cutler Beckett
Pocahontas, Disney’s, Governor Ratcliffe
Robin Hood, Disney’s, King John
Straight Outta Compton, Jerry Heller
Supernatural, Crowley
Superstore, Mateo
Toy Story Series, Pixar’s, Woody
Vikings, King Ecbert
West Wing, The, President Josiah ‘Jed’ Bartlet
X-Men Cinematic Universe, Sebastian Shaw

10

Awesome new characters that I love. 

Terra Branford (Final Fantasy VI)

Sash Lilac (Freedom Planet)

Ru and Sarah (Pink and Yellow Flash Choushinsei Flashman)

Celes Chere (Final Fantasy VI)

Hajime Ichinose (Gatchaman Crowds)

Mai Kawakami (Myriad Colors Phantom World)

Kaede Kayano (Assassination Classroom Season 2)

Rey (Star Wars)

Commander Shå (The Spire)

Undyne (Undertale) (art by dogbomber) 

soooooo in true karen fashion im going to slightly change Cutler’s status to not dead.

HEAR ME OUT

Still working the supermutant angle a year before the events of Fallout 4. Danse does find him and his squad. Cutler did get turned into a supermutant (rud). Danse does shoot him. But instead of straight up dying he’s only mostly dead. He manages to contact ‘a friend’ in the Institute to get him some of Vergil’s experimental serum in exchange for his undying loyalty.

So Cutler gets healed of the FEV (shut up I’m working on it) and is now declared dead by both the BoS and the Institute. At the start of Fallout 4, he’s just sort of chilling around the Commonwealth.

But Karen, you say. Karen. This is canon in the story that he dies. To which I respond, I know. I don’t care this is America plus it’s not like Bethesda’s never been inconsistent before so there’s precedence.

Untitled #688 par jocelyn-c utilisant chaussures rouges ❤ liked on Polyvore

NIKE chaussures rouge, €84 / FOSSIL padded bag, €145 / Nixon digital wrist watch, €27 / Native Union tech accessory, €36 / Blue Harbour men’s casual pants, €51 / Knutsford men s jacket, €390 / Master Dynamic men s tech accessory, €360 / Valentino men s wallet, €2.615 / Cutler and Gross men s eyeglass, €375

Cutler: Here’s the thing, Quentin. We know you were there. You saw how it went down. These Evos save the whole world and don’t ask for a thing in return. No one does that. So the question is, who are they?
Quentin: You want to know who they are? They’re somebody’s sister, somebody’s brother, daughter, son, grandchild.  See, you people–you people want them to be extraordinary. But they’re not. They couldn’t be more ordinary. The only thing extraordinary is that they got a chance to be heroes. They didn’t think about themselves. They just did the right thing. And now they just want to be left alone. Oh. So they can scratch out some small purpose that can give their life some meaning, community, hope, like all the rest of us. And when that darkness rolls in–and it will–they’ll be here, ready for the call, up for the task, without us even having to ask. What is it? I don’t know. See, this is just the beginning, man–an awakening. And now my eyes are open- wide open. They were here to save us. So you want to know who they are? Look in the mirror. They’re you, they’re me, on our best day. So there you go. That’s who they are. 

Heroes Reborn | 01x13 Project Reborn

Steph Curry invited the little fan who mastered his handles to try his pregame routine in person. Noah Cutler, 11, recently went viral when he posted a video perfectly replicating Steph Curry’s dribbling in his driveway. On Friday, he got to do it on the court with the reigning NBA MVP before the Warriors hosted the Pacers.

Yeah, this is something you never forget. Here’s what Cutler posted on Instagram afterward.

Today has been a dream come true. @stephencurry30 said he will see me after the game. The @warriors have shown me so much love coming here. Hooked it up with tons of @uabasketball gear, a private locker room. Thank God and my parents for bringing me here. See you in the NBA in 10 years, buddy!

Military Family Drama From 'A Gifted Man' Team Lands CBS Pilot Order

CBS added to its drama roster Thursday with a military family drama.

The network has handed out a pilot order to Four Stars, written and produced by A Gifted Man trio.

The drama revolves around two powerful rival families in the military community of Tampa, Fla., who make decisions at the highest levels in the interest of national security.

Read More: TV Pilots 2016: The Complete Guide

A Gifted Man’s Becky Mode (whose credits also include Cosby) will pen the script and exec produce the drama and reunite with Sarah Timberman and Carl Beverly, who exec produce via their CBS Television Studios-based Timberman/Beverly Productions banner. Nashville’s RJ Cutler is on board to exec produce and direct the pilot.

For CBS, Four Stars becomes the network’s seventh drama pilot overall this season. It joins reboots of Training Day, Nancy Drew and MacGyver as well as Jason Katims medical drama Bunker Hill, Dr. Phil legal drama Bull and the redeveloped courtroom soap Doubt. Last year, CBS ordered nine drama pilots.

Timberman/Beverly, meanwhile, also are behind Doubt as well as CBS’ Elementary and comedy The Odd Couple. The company also has Showtime’s Masters of Sex and CBS-to-A&E import Unforgettable.

Four Stars becomes the latest military-themed drama in the works this pilot season. Fox also has its 24 reboot, Legacy, while ABC has Presence from John Ridley.

Keep up with all the latest pickups, castings and eventual series orders with THR’s handy guide to pilot season.

argentum-ls asked:

"Random Strangers" - 1, 11, 15

Oooh, thank you so much for that ask ^.^, well here we go, questions about Random Strangers :

1.  What inspired you to write the fic this way?

Hm…it has been a while ago…It was just one of those random thoughts that pop into my head now and then. I was rewatching the Being Human episode with Cutler’s unfortunate demise and was wondering what Johnny Smith would see if he bumped into a vampire…and hence a plot bunny was born. And since it involved his visions the fic had to be from Johnny’s point of view, of course. 


11.  What do you like best about this fic?

Well, I am very critical of my fics but I think I actually like how the interactions between Johnny and Cutler have turned out :) 


15.  What did you learn from writing this fic?

Hm…mostly general writing experience, I guess. Also writing visions is hard and I am not sure that part turned out so well. 

amazon.com
Amazon.com: David Cutler's review of The Hidden and the Maiden
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for The Hidden and the Maiden at Amazon.com. Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.

I should have known that I wouldn’t be able to ‘get into’ this book since fantasy is not my preferred genre, 

-_- Really? -_-

In the first chapter there was too much 'fantasy’ for me and so much going on that I decided to stop reading and not finish it.

-_- Really, really? -_-

I suppose I wouldn’t care but:

I was provided with a complimentary copy of this book, through Reading Deals, so I could give an honest review.

:/

Ok, so this is a pro-tip for everybody: Absolutely nothing in the western world is “free.” Period. End of story. Goodbye. Nothing at all. If you get something for “free” it means that somebody else paid for it. In this particular case, I paid for it. I paid reading deals to find me volunteers to read my book. In most cases where you are receiving free promotional deals, you have to understand that what is actually going on is that you are the product. Someone is paying for you as a service.

That goes for things like Tumblr and Facebook, too, by the way. We, the free users, are the product. Social media, as a general rule, is a system designed for us to be deployed as efficiently and cost effectively as possible. We are the product, we are receiving this service of interconnectivity and thought sharing in order to enable us to spread our love of things. Really pay attention to tumblr’s fandometrics, that’s what we’re here for. And it’s the same principle of free mobile games. You give the game away free under the understanding that the majority will never pay you anything and the majority of the rest will pay you very little but millions of people paying you very little ends up meaning a lot of money back on your investment. The game is the system of engagement, you are the product, the company that made the game is paying for you by developing the game in order for you to engage enough to give them money back. Tumblr and Facebook and Reading Deals are systems of engagement.

I pay Reading Deals to offer free books in such a way that a lot of people will see it, knowing that most people will have absolutely no interest. That’s fine, that’s how it works. What I’m looking for is the small subset of that population that is interested enough to pick it up. That’s my engagement, that’s what I pay for. At that point, my risk is how engaged they become. Do they just put it down because they hate it, do they finish it but not really like it, do they think it is ok, do they love it? Think of each of those results as different monetary returns. A 5 star rating and a glowing review is my equivalent of deep engagement and getting a lot of money from someone; a 1 star, couldn’t finish, is the same as someone deciding to delete a free game, I lost that particular investment but that is part of the price of doing business at all.

Unfortunately for me, this sort of review is also the price of doing business, someone coming along and essentially stating that they have no opinion. I don’t like fantasy but this is a fantasy so if you like fantasy you should like the book, I know because I couldn’t deal with this book being a fantasy. Which is some bullshit reasoning if I ever heard it. 

Just in case someone who will read this might find themselves in a similar situation to the above reviewer, please, please don’t do this. Try to remember that someone is not only paying for your “free” review copy but also for the “free” infrastructure you are using to get your “free” review copy. In other words the author you are reviewing may be paying more than the full retail price of the book in order for you to get it for “free.” You’re absolutely allowed to hate a book you are interested in. We are paying for your honest opinion, it’s what we need. 

If you think it is a piece of shit that you can’t read past chapter three of and you would rate it below 1 star if you could, that’s fine, that’s helpful. Restating what is obvious about the book merely from its existence, that’s not helpful, that tells no one anything. That’s wasting the author’s money. 

If you aren’t interested in that type of story, don’t bother picking it up. That’s fine too. You are not required to read anything. But please don’t pick something up that you’re pretty sure you won’t like. That, again, isn’t helpful. Because we’re not trying to sell our books to people who have no interest in that sort of book. Why would we? Does that make any sense at all? No, of course it doesn’t. The reason we pay for honest reviews is because we’re looking for an honest representation of how people who have an interest in the book might react to it. 

TL;DR:

When you’re offered a free review copy of a book, you are a test audience for that book. Please keep that in mind and only test what you might be interested in reading anyway. 

/rant

Military Family Drama From 'A Gifted Man' Team Lands CBS Pilot Order

CBS added to its drama roster Thursday with a military family drama.

The network has handed out a pilot order to Four Stars, written and produced by A Gifted Man trio.

The drama revolves around two powerful rival families in the military community of Tampa, Fla., who make decisions at the highest levels in the interest of national security.

Read More: TV Pilots 2016: The Complete Guide

A Gifted Man’s Becky Mode (whose credits also include Cosby) will pen the script and exec produce the drama and reunite with Sarah Timberman and Carl Beverly, who exec produce via their CBS Television Studios-based Timberman/Beverly Productions banner. Nashville’s RJ Cutler is on board to exec produce and direct the pilot.

For CBS, Four Stars becomes the network’s seventh drama pilot overall this season. It joins reboots of Training Day, Nancy Drew and MacGyver as well as Jason Katims medical drama Bunker Hill, Dr. Phil legal drama Bull and the redeveloped courtroom soap Doubt. Last year, CBS ordered nine drama pilots.

Timberman/Beverly, meanwhile, also are behind Doubt as well as CBS’ Elementary and comedy The Odd Couple. The company also has Showtime’s Masters of Sex and CBS-to-A&E import Unforgettable.

Four Stars becomes the latest military-themed drama in the works this pilot season. Fox also has its 24 reboot, Legacy; while ABC has Presence, from John Ridley.

Keep up with all the latest pickups, castings and eventual series orders with THR’s handy guide to pilot season.

Cinnamon Swirl Hair Color by Ryan Pearl

by JUSTINE MARJAN

Move over chocolate chip cookie hair, cinnamon swirl hair color is the next big trend. Ryan Pearl of New York City’s Cutler Salon gave us the inside scoop behind his newest hair color creation, and our jaws are dropping.

With warm honey tones and nutmeg cinnamon inspired pieces, this rooty golden blonde is achieved much faster than your typical ombre hairstyle. “The color was done in a normal single process and I hand painted brighter bits in foil to give it a multidimensional look,” says Ryan.

What we love about this hair color? She falls somewhere between brunette and blonde, with rich tones that bring our her complexion and hand painted pieces that contour her face.

Ryan suggests telling your colorist to use 2 different glazes give this look reflection and different tones of blonde- think the color of cinnamon mixed into your favorite latte. Ryan says this color is not for the timid. The darker root and brighter tones throughout make it a more daring alternative to your traditional hair color.

Now if only it smelled like cinnamon too.

Randy Newman

Good Old Boys

@1974 US Pressing

****

Initially envisioned as a concept album about a character named Johnny Cutler, an everyman of the Deep South, a demo of which was recorded by Newman on February 1, 1973. These 13 songs were subsequently released as the bonus disc for the 2002 reissue, entitled Johnny Cutler’s Birthday.

The kernel of this concept survived into the released album, although as Newman’s take on viewpoints from the inhabitants of the Deep South in general, rather than from a single individual character. As on his previous release, Newman addressed generally taboo topics such as slavery and racism, most stringently on the opening song “Rednecks,” a simultaneous satire on institutional racism in the Deep South and the hypocrisy of the northern states in response.

Newman also incorporates actual historical events into the album, remarking upon the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 on “Louisiana 1927” and a plea to Richard Nixon to alleviate poverty as a result of the recession of the mid-1970s on “Mr. President (Have Pity on the Working Man)”. Preceding an original song illustrating the achievements of Louisiana Governor Huey P. Long, Newman performs with members of The Eagles on a song written by Long himself, “Every Man a King”.

A lengthy analysis of Good Old Boys, including a detailed description of the Dick Cavett Show broadcast that inspired Rednecks, is included in Steven Hart’s essay “He May Be a Fool But He’s Our Fool: Lester Maddox, Randy Newman, and the American Culture Wars,” included in the collection Let the Devil Speak: Articles, Essays, and Incitements.

In 2014, Turntable Publishing released the ebook, “Song of the South: Randy Newman’s Good Old Boys,” by David Kastin, a full-length critical study of the album’s sources, evolution, and reception. In the Sixth Edition of his classic “Mystery Train,” Greil Marcus cited Kastin’s book as an “effectively-illustrated…excavation of the entire severed corpus of the work and a deep dive into the history - musical, social economic, sectional, and water-born - Newman both drew from and recast.”

Outfit #4 by ne2xs featuring a pocket tote bag

M S Collection geo print cardigan, $35 / White short sleeve t shirt, $32 / WithChic black distressed shorts, $25 / MICHAEL Michael Kors laced sneaker, $105 / Michael Kors pocket tote bag / Jacquie aiche necklace, $275 / Michael Kors pave bangle bracelet, $160 / Gold hoop earring set, $36 / ALDO cuff bangle / Cutler and Gross brown round sunglasses, $545 / Mac cosmetics lipstick