Where’s my drunk York fic where he gets fucking wasted with North and Wash, and then barges in on a meeting The Director is having with important UNSC members and proudly announces and gloats to everyone he’s nailing the Director’s daughter
Because I can’t find it on here might as well make it myself:
Director Church: Gentlemen, you’re not gonna sit here *places pistol down on desk* and pretend there’s not a big-ass elephant in the room.
Wash: *confused* What the fuck is going on?
Director Church: *turns picture frame on desk around, revealing a photo of Carolina* “This” is what the fuck is going on!
Wash: *looks at the picture confused, looks at York, then back at the picture as he realizes* OH SHIT! Oh Shit! *laughs hysterically at York* Oh shit! No! That is not happening right now! *exits office* No! *to other Freelancers, exchanging high fives* Hey ya’ll he’s fucking the director’s daughter! Yo! Oh my FUCK!
Director Church: *as Wash is laughing outside office, to York* Every time, he says that shit? That’s another foot in your ass!
Wash: *outside office* York! You clearly… yo, this is the best thing ever! York fucked the director’s daughter!
Wash: *singing* 🎵York fucked the director’s daughter! YORK fucked the director’s daughter!🎵 *re-enters office* Shit! Fuck!
Wash: You fucked Director Church s daughter? Director? What the fuck, you bragged to him to his face! To his actual face, the director, do you understand that “this face” *pointing to Director Church’s angry face* right here! You bragged to that face! You actually high-fived York for fucking your daughter? Holy Shit! Oh my God, this is… Director Church: *picks pistol up and places it back on the desk, with the barrel facing Wash*
Wash: *composing himself* It’s really not that funny.
York: I just wanna say it’s bizarre you didn’t share that Agent Carolina was your daughter.
Director Church: I think it’s bizarre I haven’t cut your testicles off Agent York.
Hospital records show that Mr. Tsarnaev suffered gunshot wounds, including one to the
head, which likely caused traumatic brain injury. Following emergency surgery, Mr. Tsarnaev
was prescribed a multitude of pain medications, including Fentanyl, Propofol and Dilaudid.2
The side effects of these medications include confusion, light-headedness, dizziness, difficulty
concentrating, fatigue, and sedation. Damage to cranial nerves required that his left eye besutured shut; his jaw was wired closed; and injuries to his left ear left him unable to hear on that
side. Although apparently able to mouth words when asked about his medical condition by
hospital staff, he was unable to talk, in part because of a tracheotomy. He was handcuffed to the
bed railing and under heavy guard.
A “high powered” gunshot wound had fractured the base of his skull. See transcript of
April 22, 2013 testimony of Dr. Stephen Odom, at 4, DE 13. This injury would likely have
caused a concussion. Immediately before the initial appearance on April 22, Dr. Odom, who was
treating Mr. Tsarnaev, described his condition at that time — approximately 36 hours after the
agents began their interrogation and two hours after it ended — as “guarded.” Id. Mr. Tsarnaev
had received Dilaudid, a narcotic painkiller, at 10 a.m. on April 22.
Scientists and science advocates are expected to fill the streets of more than 500 cities across the world on Saturday in support of scientific research, which they feel has increasingly come under attack, especially during the Trump administration.
Since its inception in late January, the March for Science has transformed from a grass-roots social media campaign into a bona fide force of scientific advocacy, attracting support from more than 220 official science organizations. But the marchers and the activists who organized them will soon have to address what follows the demonstrations. In addition to channeling the energy they’ve built, they will also need to contend with tensions that have emerged within the scientific community over this political turn.
“We have no intention of letting this stop after April 22,” said Dr. Caroline Weinberg, a public health researcher and co-chairwoman of the march. “I will have considered it pretty much a failure if after April 22 all of this movement and all of this passion dissipates.”
Most eyes will be on Washington, where the main march will occur. But there will also be rallies in medical hubs like Boston, technology centers like San Francisco and even in the heart of oil and gas country, Oklahoma City. The strength of these satellite events could be important indicators of where the activism generated by the march will head in the future.
Rare color picture of Tracy Reed as “Miss Foreign Affairs” in Stanley Kubrick’s Dr. Strangelove.
“I was the only woman in it and I was wearing a bikini the whole time,” Reed remembers, and when Kubrick decided to open the set to the press, “there were all these reporters staring at me. It was dreadful.“
Reed landed the part after she met Kubrick with some friends at dinner. “We chatted,” she says, “and he asked me to do it.”
Despite overexposing her to the media, Reed says Kubrick was “wonderful.” George C. Scott, who played Gen. Turgidson, was “a darling, absolutely sweet,” and the film’s star, Peter Sellers, was “a sad man who never quite knew who he really was.”
Although just 22 when Dr. Strangelove was produced, Reed disputes original press material claiming the film is "introducing Tracy Reed as ‘Miss Foreign Affairs.’ ”
“That’s ridiculous,” she says. “I’ve been in the movies all of my life!”
The stepdaughter of British director Sir Carol Reed and the daughter of actress Penelope Dudley Ward, Reed actually made her film debut at the age of 6 months, co-starring with her mother and Laurence Olivier in The Demi-Paradise.
And after Dr. Strangelove, Reed continued to appear in British comedies – “there were so many I can’t remember” – working again with Sellers in A Shot in the Dark, until she began turning down parts to raise a family.
Excerpted from ‘Dr. Strangelove’ and the Single Woman, Bergman, Anne. Los Angeles Times 10 July 1994: 78.
Took a little inspiration from Interstellar for the latest Inktober piece. Imagined the moment Matt Damon’s Dr Mann realized how fucked he was as a tornado slowly swirled in the stonewalled sky dooming the Lazarus mission to failure.
Inktober 2015 Number 22- Dr Mann from Interstellar by Erich Buttstadt
Seeing Allāh (azza wa jall) in the Hereafter ══════════════════════════ وُجُوهٌ يَوْمَئِذٍ نَاضِرَةٌ إِلَىٰ رَبِّهَا نَاظِرَةٌ Some faces that Day shall be Nadirah (shining and radiant). Looking at their Lord (Allah);
Surah Al-Qiyāmah verse 22-23 Dr. Muhammad Muhsin Khān and Dr. Muhammad Taqī-ud-Dīn Al-Hilālī ══════════════════════════ The Messenger of Allāh [sal Allaahu ‘alayhi wa sallam] said:
- When the people of Paradise enter Paradise, Allāh, the Blessed and Most High, will say “Do you wish for anything extra that I may give you?” - They will say “Have You not brightened our faces? Have you not entered us into Paradise and saved us from the Fire?” - So He will remove the screen and they will not have been given anything more beloved to them as looking at their Lord, the Mighty and Majestic.
Saheeh Al-Muslim, no. 347. Abu Talhah Dawud Burbank رحمه الله
In Attack of the Cybermen, the Doctor takes a bite out of Peri’s apple. In The Two Doctors, the Doctor pulls a banana out of his pocket, in the next scene Peri is eating it. I think they may be one of those couples with no concept of “your food”. It is all “our food”. Anyone can eat it. No one is safe.
był wyboisty rok dla Harry`ego i Louisa i teraz mają ich syna, którego
Harry nie zamieniłby za nic na świecie. Jednak, jeśli chce zostać w
życiu swojego syna, musi szukać pomocy. Nie tylko dla niego, ale dla
miłości jego życia, również. Po wszystkim, chce szybko poślubić Louisa.