don't try to convince my otherwise

  • Oscar: Alright, I'm in Mistral. Time to find a therapist.
  • Ozpin: I know a great therapist! His name is Qrow Branwen.
  • Oscar: Why do you keep trying to get me to see Qrow Branwen? I'm not seeing some weird stranger I don't know.
  • Ozpin: You're right. He sounds like a creep. You should go over to him and beat him up for being such a creep.
  • Oscar: I'm not seeing him and nothing you say to me can convince me otherwise.
  • Ozpin: Even if I tell you he's an exorcist?
  • Oscar: .........noooooooooooo.

I had a thought.

At first I was simply doodling because I thought maybe Emmy would wear suits then I thought she looked like some sort of dapper detective and so I gave her a gun.

Then I thought what if there was a detective AU 

So I drew Layton with a gun but I thought of my icon so what if he gets handed a gun and doesn’t know how to use it properly and doesn’t want to shoot someone accidentally so just stands there not knowing what to do with it.

And so I did this because Emmy knows her shit and Layton no.

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GET TO KNOW ME MEME  [1/5] Favorite Relationships Joana & Rafael (3%)

“Joana we may have gotten where we are doing things the wrong way but I believe we’re doing the right thing now. In our own way. I don’t know what you did or what you saw in the tunnel. I don’t give a fuck. I don’t wanna know. I know, I feel  that you’re a good person. You’re the only one who doubts that.”

masterofwaffles  asked:

I had an idea for a cloak that has access to a pocket dimension but I don't know how to do it besides just adding it to the campaign as a reward but I enjoy it when the players do cool things themselves. Could a sufficiently advanced Enchanter do it? Or can it not be done?

My rule for a custom magic item such as this is decide its appearance, abilities, crafting cost and spell compoments, otherwise you just need a mage with the right spells and the ability to craft magic items. To add it to your campain without just givit to them try giving it to an NPC, flaunt it try and convince them to get one

anonymous asked:

Just found that my friend who is bisexual doesn't think you're bi and I'm starting to rethink some things about you. How could I say that I'm right about you when I'm straight and don't have any idea of what it really means to be queer?

There is no one unifying bisexual experience, just like there is no one unifying human experience. Your friend has one opinion and experience, and just because they can’t relate to or see someone else’s doesn’t mean that they’re right. It also doesn’t mean that they’re wrong. 

Maybe instead of focusing on trying to convince them otherwise, respect their opinion while maintaining your own. 

For what it’s worth, for every bisexual that doesn’t read into the bisexuality, there’s probably at least three that do, so one opinion doesn’t have to be a deal breaker. 

I have this scenario all worked out in my head.

Harry and Fionn are both new to the film world, and fairly close in age, so they bond immediately on set. Fionn looks up to Harry, because Harry started his career so young, and has been so successful. Harry gives Fionn advice about life, Hollywood, girls, etc. Harry never had a little brother. He was the baby in his family and the baby of the band. Harry finally has a little brother.

greylilacs  asked:

Hey there! Can I perhaps tag you in a post concerning something uh- terrifying going down in the rat community due to a lady who claims rats can't feel pain and is saying they don't need vet attention because of this? I would like your opinion but if you're not comfortable with it, that is fine!

I try to stay out of any internet based rants, there is simply no winning regardless of my expertise or knowledge. I’ve already experienced internet mobbing and don’t care to do so again.  People will believe what they want to believe and even when presented with evidence to the contrary, it is almost impossible to convince someone otherwise. There is a backlash against veterinarians anything we say or do is simply seen as money grubbing. The breeders and other hobbyists who provide poor advice online are seen as the better more trustworthy people because they don’t charge. So I am afraid anything would say wouldn’t help.

What I will say is that rats absolutely feel pain, as do most animals. We have irrefutable, scientific proof of this. It is unfortunate that people would allow animals to suffer simply because they don’t like the truth.

WARNING! WARNING! RANT AHEAD!

I’m sorry if any of this offends you.

I’m kinda fed up with the LGBT community right now. Don’t worry. I’m not a homophobe. I can’t control your life. I won’t judge. It’s your life. The most I could do is try to convince you otherwise.

It’s just that I see so much hate on straight people. I hate it. I mean, yeah, I get it. Some of the straight people might be jerks, myself can be included in this category (I try not to be a jerk).

Why? Why is it not okay for straights to be uncomfortable around gays, transgenders, and whoever else? I mean, people are normally uncomfortable around things that aren’t the same as them.

Heck, straights are normally uncomfortable when someone of the opposite gender flirting with them. I would mentally freak out if someone of the same gender started flirting with me. We aren’t used to that kind of things. Give us a break.

So what if we are uncomfortable with gays being in the same locker room as us? Most people, gay or not gay, would be uncomfortable to someone watching them change. Especially in a school environment. It’s not supposed to happen, which is why they separated the genders to begin with. People might feel violated that someone aloud in the locker room could watch them. I definitely know I would.

As for the homophobes, I can understand their distrust in those who like the same gender and whatever else. Maybe before you hate on them, you could try to put yourselves in his or her own shoes.