execution walk

u ever think about the guilt andrew and neil feel for the other’s injuries after baltimore. neil doesn’t care that he was tortured or that he was supposed to be executed he walked to his death almost willingly to protect his team and the only thing he has to say is ‘i didn’t know they started a riot’ as he takes in andrew’s bruised face. and andrew is furious because it doesn’t matter that neil made him break their deal he knew something was wrong and he did nothing to stop it. one second neil is there and the next he’s gone and if neil had died in baltimore… he knows that’s something he would never have been able to come back from and it would have been his fault

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“No.” Oliver protests. “I don’t want to hurt you!”

You laugh and put your hands on his bare chest. “You won’t, I promise.”

“Are you sure?”

“Yeah.”

“Fine.”

Practically squealing with excitement, you step across the mat from your boyfriend. Getting in the position Digg, taught you, you wait for him to throw the first punch.

Finally, he throws a half-hearted right hook at your stomach, which you evade easily, stepping around behind him. You throw a hit at the back of his neck, but he blocks, grabbing your arm in the process.

Thinking quickly, you flip over into a somersault, pulling him down as you stand up from the perfectly executed roll. You walk up to him and put your foot on his chest. “I win.”

He looks at you in shock as you walk away.

Oh. My. God. Who’s that badass chick??? BITCH ITS ALYCIA DEBNAM HYPHEN CAREY YALL BETTER RECOGNIZE!!!!! This bih strolling down the street with a phone AND coffee in one hand CAUSE SHES GOTTA KEEP THAT SNAP GOING IN HER FREE ONe. YOU NEVER KNOW WHEN YOURE GONNA NEED TO BUST OUT TAHT JOHN HANCOCK.

ANYWAY I HOPE THE KIDS ARE LOCKED AWAY CAUSE THIS LIONESS IS LETTING HER MANE ROAM WILD AND FREE. BACK TF UP MGM YOU GOT A NEW LOGO IN THE MAKING HERE. BUT DONT U FORGET THOSE TIGHT ASS SKINNIES WITH A MINI ROLL CAUSE THIS AINT 2015 FUCK UR CUFFS and HALF TUCKS, ITS ALL ABOUT THAT MINI ROLL AND THAT HIGH WAIST FULL TUCK HORIZONTAL STRIPED FEEL. FCK GET ME SOME SUNSCREEN CAUSE THAT “JUST RIGHT FOR THE SUMMER,” HORIZONTAL STRIPED, DROPPED SHOULDER TOP IS A FUCKING SCORCHER

BITCH LOOK AT THIS CONCENTRATIOn, THE FLAWLESS EXECUTION OF THE WALK™. THIS AINT KID SHIT THIS IS SOME GROWN ASS SIDEWALK WALKING AND NOT A SINGLE HAIR IS OUT OF PLACE. HONESTLY THIS BITH EVEN GOT THE SUN HITTING HER JUST PERFECTLY LIke TF KIND OF DISNEY PRINCESS SHIT????? ALL YOU NEED IS SOME SMOL BLUEBIRD ON HER SHOULDER AND IT’LL MAKE YOU WANNA ZIPPITY DOO DA TO THAT BEAUTIFUL ANGEL. ADC BLESS.

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During the fall 2015 and spring 2016 television season, an estimated 242 characters died. About 10 percent were LGBTQ women.

As Vox’s Caroline Framke writes, queer women are all too used to seeing themselves killed off on television. For decades, gay and bisexual characters have met a series of unfortunate ends, usually in service of moving the plot forward, crushing the spirits of the partners they leave behind, or just making a straight person feel bad.

This bleak tradition of queer women dying on TV, aptly titled the “Bury Your Gays” trope, began even before television sets were a staple in American homes. Watch the video above to learn more about the fascinating history of “Bury Your Gays.”


A large board room, a long dark wooden table. At one end sits the producers of Netflix.

At the other, Alexander Vlahos sits ringing his hands.

“Can you do it?” He asks solemnly.

The producers stare at him, not giving him an inch of emotion.

“Can you make it gay?” He asks.

The executive producer, stands and walks round the table to him.

They pat him on the cheek.

“It already is gay, Alex, it already is gay,” the exec says, leaving the room.

Alex sighs and texts Murphy. They’re never going to get the gay Merlin reboot of their dreams.

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“I think Negan is the ultimate villain. He’s been the ultimate villain in the comic book, and I think Jeffrey Dean Morgan is bringing him to life the way that I imagined because he is larger than life, he is charismatic, and he really enjoys what he does. He doesn’t seem to have much of a conscience about it, and that’s the kind of person we haven’t seen before. Everyone else had a justification that they were reasoning as to why they did what they did, some of the evil things. They always had an excuse. Well, Negan rules.” - Gale Anne Hurd (The Walking Dead executive producer) about Negan.

Execution

Lexi walked quietly with her head down towards the gallows. She had fallen in love with the prince and had been sentenced to death by the king. The king wanted her for his own bride but when he realized she would never love him he sentenced her to death. She had been dressed in a beautiful white gown and her hair and makeup done. The king wanted a show and was determined to get one. As they walked out into the light the crowd cheered and booed at Lexi. The king raised his hand and looked at the executioner “Tie the rope!”
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I need someone to place food in front of me at least two times a day to ensure that I eat. I am unable to take responsibility for preparing and eating food on a regular basis for many different reasons:

  • Executive dysfunction: I walk into the kitchen. What is the next step? I freeze while my brain attempts to sort through all the opportunities. I can’t do anything intuitively. Do I need two tomatoes or four? Does the dish need one minute in the microwave or two? Why doesn’t the recipe specify it? I inevitably get lost somewhere between how many tomatoes to cut and what to take out of the refrigerator and what to do with it in what order and I shut down, unable to sort through and prioritize the many different steps involved in something as relatively simple as making a sandwich or reheating a meal.
  • Sensory processing: Even when there is someone to guide me through each step of the process, managing all the sensory input from cooking and being in a kitchen is often impossible. I can’t focus on the task of cutting up a tomato when forks are clattering against plates in the background, the fluorescent lights are flickering above me and the smell of the cheese from earlier is still lingering in the room. Some ingredients I can’t stand touching, some I can’t stand the smell of. The sound of a dish brush against a plate makes makes me flinch and cover my ears. Someone is laughing and it’s echoing painfully throughout the room. My brain shuts down from the overload of my senses, leaving me unable to follow the directions of the person assisting my cooking.
  • Lacking time perception: I have little to no concept of time. If I’m distracted, I may not notice that I haven’t eaten that day before the combination of high metabolism and hunger makes me sick and unable to manage even simple tasks that I usually don’t have trouble with.

This combination of executive dysfunction, sensory processing disorder and lacking perception of time makes it impossible to leave me to myself for more than a couple hours at a time since I am incapable of consistently fulfilling my basic needs - one of the reasons why I live in an institution.

Day of Valor on April 9 is also known as “Bataan Day”.

It is a national observance in the Philippines which commemorates the fall of Bataan during World War II.

HISTORY:

At dawn on 9 April 1942, against the orders of Generals Douglas MacArthur and Jonathan Wainwright, the commander of the Luzon Force, Bataan, Major General Edward P. King, Jr., surrendered more than 76,000 starving and disease-ridden soldiers (67,000 Filipinos, 1,000 Chinese Filipinos, and 11,796 Americans) to Japanese troops.


The majority of these prisoners of war had their belongings confiscated before being forced to endure the infamous 140-kilometre (87 mi) Bataan Death March to Camp O'Donnell in Capas, Tarlac. En route, thousands died from dehydration, heat prostration, untreated wounds, and wanton execution while walking in deep dust over vehicle-broken Macadam roads, and crammed into rail cars for transport to captivity.


The few who were lucky enough to travel by truck to San Fernando, Pampanga would still have to endure more than an additional 25 miles (40 km) of marching. Prisoners were beaten randomly and often denied promised food and water. Those who fell behind were usually executed or left to die, with the sides of the roads becoming littered with dead bodies and those moaning for help.


Only some 54,000 of the 76,000 prisoners reached their destination; the exact death toll is difficult to assess because thousands of captives were able to escape from their guards. Approximately 5,000-10,000 Filipino and 600-650 American prisoners-of-war died before they could reach Camp O'Donnell.



Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bataan_Day