feel like a preacher

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22 years ago today (1st February) Richey Edwards disappeared, on the day he was due to start an American tour with his band, the Manic Street Preachers. He was never found again.

  • Jesse: cassidy why are you so dramatic
  • Cassidy lounging in a hotel poolside chaise at midnight even though no one is supposed to be there in only briefs and a pink robe that has the really big sleeves with feathers on the end sipping blood out of a straw in a champagne flute: I have no idea what you mean pardre
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Uh-oh. Manila folder time.

WHEN YOU LET SLIP TO YOUR (frankly pretty redneck) FARRIER THAT YOU’LL BE HOME FOR THE NEXT TRIM CUZ U’LL BE RECOVERING FROM SURGERY AND THEN CAN ONLY MANAGE TO SAY “OH UHHHH WEIRD SHIT?” WHEN HE ASKS WHAT KIND OF SURGERY CUZ U R FUCKING STEALTH TO EVERYONE NOT FRIENDS AND FAM.

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Richey Edwards and James Dean Bradfield Belga Beach Festival (1992)

How has the experience of returning to Cassidy for Preacher’s second season compared to learning to play the character in the first season?

Joseph Gilgun: I’ll be honest with you, it’s been kind of challenging. I mean Cassidy was well received last year, so you’re just hoping you’re doing as good a job and it’s very very difficult to gauge. You can watch your stuff back and it just makes no difference really. You’re still just as unsure. But I’m my own worst critic you know. Everything I do, I always feel is terrible, like I feel like I could have done more or been better.

okay, so, listen. listen. what if i remade my oc priest, dante rossi, but in a southern gothic,,,, and really play into the new divine concept,,,, and maybe even,, who knows,,,,, someday,,, make a proper group verse,,,, for ‘ the last days ‘,,,,, where god has forgotten earth,,,, and the last gifted kids have to sort it all out when they’re all essentially trash,,,,, and power hungry as f,,,, and my priest boy from a desert church in a practically ghost city gets to fricken be # awful !!!

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Stupid, stupid, stupid Tulip! Please God, or whatever the hell you call yourself, I know we hate each other, but please, please, please, just this once, do the right thing here. I’ll be good, I swear. I’ll be good. I’ll be so damn good, you won’t even know it’s me.

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The Unholy Trinity lockscreens/backgrounds

Whew, okay. This is my first attempt at making lockscreens, and I mostly made this because I couldn’t find any, really, and I. Fucking. Love. Lockscreens.
So I decided to make some! PLease enjoy your choice of lockscreen, feel free to take.

You can also request Preacher lockscreen, even from a specific scene, and I’ll do my best to oblige. My ask is always open, so feel free to pop in your request!

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kwolfsbane-deactivated20150502  asked:

If a fellow medical student is homophobic, racist, or show characteristics that physicians shouldn't have, do I have the right to go to the school and voice my concerns?

Hmm, yes, but carefully.

First off, no one is perfect. Everyone is growing at a different pace. And there are LOTS of things that we do or say in private that we wouldn’t do or say in public. That may not show excellent character on our part, but it’s true.

I understand what you’re asking and I know it comes from a good place, but remember that we all have characteristics at one time or another that maybe a doctor “shouldn’t have”. Maybe you drink too much at parties. Maybe he smokes pot on his back porch. Maybe she becomes a reckless driver when she listens to Rush Limbaugh on the radio. But it’s a dangerous place when we designate ourselves as the doctor morality police. 

Doctors have private lives too, and the general public likes to hold us to a higher standard in our private lives than they do for themselves. I feel like politicians and preachers get treated this way too, as if because they hold positions of authority they are somehow supposed to live stainless lives.

All that is to say that people are also allowed to have their own opinions, political leanings, and religious beliefs, even if they don’t line up with what you think is right. For example, a person (yes, even a doctor) can be opposed to gay marriage or homosexuality on the whole. But if it doesn’t affect their treatment of their coworkers or patients, you gotta leave it alone (in an official sense, though you can discuss these views with them privately). Now if a doc pays their black nurses less than their white ones or gives a patient substandard care because he’s gay or Pakistani or a democrat or whatever, that’s unacceptable and should be addressed.  

So if you see a colleague being discriminatory toward a patient or a coworker, especially in a work environment, that should be reported to their superior. That’s unprofessional. There are codes of ethics and professionalism for medical schools and hospitals and sometimes state medical boards, and if you see a doctor breach those, it’s definitely appropriate to report it. Though you will find that in a lot of cases, they won’t see any more justice than a slap on the wrist, at least the first time.

But if they are privately a jerk (say they make off color jokes at dinner when they’ve had one too many), well, even though it’s not right, I’m not sure it’s actionable by their school or employer. That’s when it’s time for you, as a friend, to gently correct them.