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Amends (part four) finale

Carter Baizen x reader

Notes: fluff, smut, angst, mentions of past alcohol and drug abuse, swearing, abduction.

A/N: last part! It gets a bit real and kinda sappy. Hope you enjoy it! x

This is what you get for coming back to the upper east side. This is the shit you get in to for coming back to this cesspool of goddamn degenerates.

“I’m sorry, baby. I’m so sorry..”

“Carter.. please don’t”

“Shit.. fuck, no, I’m so sorry. Please, forgive me”

“Stop it, Carter..”

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Gif source:  Joker

Imagine meeting the Joker.

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You’d heard the stories. Hell, he was infamous around Gotham, and here you were, meeting the Joker.

You didn’t know whether to be excited or terrified as you sat on the plush sofa you’d been escorted to by one of his men. Not that you showed either emotion on your outer appearance. After all, this was business.

It was his laugh that announced him, ghosting in from beyond the elaborate door and the guard standing in front of it, “Ha… Ha… Ha…” At the sound, the guard takes a single step to the side and the door opens, in striding the green-haired man you’d only ever seen in his mugshots. “My, apologies,” Joker says with dramatic flair, flashing you an insane grin that shows the glint of his teeth, “for keeping you waiting.”

You smirk as his shoes tap the floor with each of his steps towards you, an entourage of his men coming in behind him, “It was worth the wait.”


May 3rd 1855: Walker departs for Nicaragua

On this day in 1855 the American adventurer William Walker, with an entourage of around sixty men, left to conquer Nicaragua. Walker is well known for these ‘filibustering’ missions where private armies tried to claim Latin American countries for themselves and establish colonies. To attract supporters, Walker expounded the principles of Manifest Destiny - that American has a divine duty to expand across the continent - and appealed to those keen on the expansion of slavery. The Tennessean’s first mission to Mexico was ultimately unsuccessful and when he returned was put on trial for his illegal war but the sympathetic Southern jury took just eight minutes to acquit him. Spurred by this, Walker set his sights on Nicaragua, which was in the midst of a civil war; the Democratic government gave Walker permission to come support them. Upon arrival, the Walker group joined with local and foreign groups, boosting their numbers and allowing them to defeat the other side. Walker then took personal control of Nicaragua, declaring himself President in 1856. He then began enacting his vision of a colony, reinstating slavery, making English the official language and reorganising Nicaragua’s entire financial system. He faced military challenges from surrounding countries, including Costa Rica, Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador, which feared conquest and succeeded in forcing Walker to flee. Walker died soon after, in 1860, when he was executed by Honduran authorities.

DangerWho AU - Ghosts in the Sun

Narrowing his eyes, the Doctor pulled back and took aim with the screwdriver, waving it at the entourage of masked men. The bikes, as well as the sleek black car, came sputtering to a stop, allowing them to quickly pull away. As they came to a halt, two men emerged from the black car, one,  dressed in white like the others, and the other, a taller man, sporting a long, grey coat.
His Dracula-faced cohort turned to him; voice nasal and questioning,
“Who the fuck was that, Boss?”
    Watching them pull off into the distance, the man narrowed his eyes, his bald head gleaming in the dying sun,
“I don’t know.”