It doesn’t matter if it’s only a small scene, some people forget we still have a lot to fight for in the LGBT community. In at least 73 countries being gay still a crime, until 1973 being gay was considered a disorder and a lot of people still fighting for the “gay cure” and I know sometimes we act like we have it all, the world doesn’t have homophobia anymore and we already have the representation we need but this is not true.

Trini it’s the first superhero who is queer in the big screen and this is important, don’t ignore it by saying “It’s only a small scene”, because neither way it’s really important for us. This doesn’t mean we will stop fighting for more, it just means we shouldn’t erase her importance just because she won’t have a big coming out or openly talk about her sexuality the whole movie.

“Cas, it’s bad. She’s—She’s just dying in there and I can’t do anything to help her. We should’ve never let that bastard stay with her to protect her. What was I thinking?” Dean knew he was rambling. He had to air out what has been rattling around in his brain for the past few hours and he sure as hell couldn’t stand there and watch Claire like that. Cas needed to know.

“This guy has never seen a day out of the Queen’s castle and I left Claire in his hands? I don’t trust him; Sam doesn’t trust him, and I know you sure as hell wouldn’t even have let me leave Claire alone like that. And now…” He paused, his voice sharp as he stared out to the bleak night. “Now she might be gone for good and it’ll be my fault. Jody doesn’t even know where she is and I’ll have to tell her another child died because of us.

“She’s family, Cas. She’s part of our family, and she’s fighting like a Winchester to get cured of this. I know you and her aren’t actually related, but man does she remind me of you sometimes,” his tone is a little lighter now, remembering long lost memories of when the world wasn’t as chaotic as it is now. “She would have loved to see you, man. Hell, it’s been days since we’ve seen you, too, and I—“

“We’re sorry, but the voice message box has now been filled. Thank you for calling,” an automated voice cut Dean off, reality once again returning tenfold. It’s been that way for a while now, Dean calling Castiel’s voicemail and leaving a message that is too long. Of all times, now it decides to fill up just when this message was the most important.

Dean’s eyes sting. He knew the message was over, but the phone remained in attached to his ear. “and I need you right now. Claire needs you. Just… just be okay and come back to m—her.”

“Dean,” Sam’s voice came from the room. It didn’t sound good.

Dean placed his phone in his pocket and took a deep breath before returning to the room.

Meanwhile in Heaven, Castiel fights with every last angel to get back to Earth. His family needs him.


Cutting Science Funding Today Costs Us More Overall

“How much money will we save by cutting funding to the EPA? To NASA Earth Science? To the National Institutes for Health? Take all those numbers for all those organizations that the proposed federal budget would slash and add them up. Now, do the math on the other side. What’s the cost of environmental pollution? Of unclean, unsafe water? Of air that puts us at risk of health problems like asthma, lung disease and COPD? Of a loss of Earth monitoring for extreme weather, climate change, sea level rise, droughts, and natural disasters? Of the cessation of medical research, working to fight preventable diseases, and working to cure some of society’s greatest afflictions such as cancer, heart disease, alzheimers and more?”

The President of the United States just released his proposed budget for the next fiscal year, and there are some big losers in the scientific world. The EPA, the NIH, NASA Earth Science and many other organizations that exist for the benefit of America and all of humanity are poised to lose a significant amount of federal funding. This doesn’t simply affect the scientists who lose their jobs. If we take as a given that the projects that these organizations invest in are vital at some level, and that they will need to be accomplished at some point, we’re actually making it far more expensive in the long run. The loss of expertise, the cessation of production and the exodus of the team that would provide scientific continuity are all extremely costly, and will make all of these projects cost us more than they would have overall. We saw this lesson firsthand just a few years ago with James Webb. 

Are we really willing to throw away so much money and time now just to shave a tiny bit off the deficit for the short-term?


’ Play it cool boy/girl, real cool. ’
’ I’m gonna make nice with him/her! I’m only gonna challenge him/her! ’
’ Why don’t you pack up your gear and clear out of here? ’
’ Well end your suffering little man/girl. ’
’ I already told the gang you’d be there. ’
’ If you don’t show I’ll be marked lousy. ’
’ Maybe what you’ve been waitin’ on will be twitchin at the dance tonight. ’
’ Who knows? Could be… Who knows? ’
’ Boy, am I a victim of disappointment in you. ’
’ What am I, cut glass? ’
’ Four-and-a-half years I live wit’ a buddy an’ his family. ’
’ Why dontcha just pack up ya gear an’ move out? ’
’ Boy, I’m a victim of disappointment in you. ’
’ Buenas noches? So that’s why you made it a fair fight… ’
’ I’m gonna see her tomorrow an’ I can’t wait! ’
’ What have you been taking tonight? ’
’ You heard - it’s gonna be a fair fight! ’
’ And that’s going to cure something? ’
’ From here on in, everythin’s gonna be all right! I got a feelin’! ’
’ A trip to the moon! And I’ll tell ya a secret. ’
’ No. I’m frightened enough for the both of us. ’
’ When you’re a Jet, you’re a Jet all the way! ’
’ You want me to be an American, don’t you? ’
’ Well now I can kill, too, because now I have hate! ’
’ I feel pretty, oh so pretty! I feel pretty, and witty, and gay! ’
’ What are we doin’, poopin’ around with dumb broads for? ’
’ Come in, come in! We won’t bite you until we know you better. ’
’ I ain’t never gonna get married. Too noisy. ’
’ You ain’t never gonna get married. Too ugly. ’
’ Down goes a teenage hoodlum. ’
’ Everyone there will give big cheers! ’
’ Everyone there will have moved here! ’
’ The first thing we do is we start showin’ around like we have nothin’ to hide… ’
’ Supposin’ they ask us about the rumble? ’
’ Didn’t you just see me, I was smash, I’m a killer, I wanna fight! ’
’ How else’s she gonna get a guy to touch her? ’
’ You dirty rat! ’
’ My hands are cold. ’
’ Or that we’ve met before? ’
’ You’re not thinking I’m someone else? ’
’ I knew something never before was going to happen, had to happen. ’
’ It’s so much to believe. You’re not making a joke? ’
’ I have not yet learned how to joke that way. I think now I never will. ’
’ Hey… you gotta handkerchief first? ’
’ What’s wrong with your sleeve? ’
’ You came with your mouth open! ’
’ When do you kids stop? You make this world lousy! ’
’ Would you mind translating that into Spanish? ’
’ Boy oh boy! As if this neighborhood wasn’t crummy enough! ’
’ Are there any questions? ’
’ I’ve had all the roughhouse I’m gonna put up with around here!  ’
’ You wanna kill each other, kill each other! ’
’ Yeah, you. Didn’t ya hear me? ’
’ You little wise apple! You want me to run you in? ’
’ Juvenile delinquency is purely a social disease. ’
’ What are you doin’ nothin’ here for? Come on. ’
’ Did you get a look at their faces? ’
’ We gotta show them who’s on top! The Jets! ’
’ What’s the matter; you scared? ’
’ Don’t start up on me, or I’ll punch in your stupid… ’
’ You’ll do what? Huh? ’
’ Well… who’re you callin’ scared? ’
’ Fighting over a little piece of street is so important? ’
’ Who’re you callin’ a hoodlum? ’
’ You was never my age, none of ya!  ’
’ I’ll dig you an early grave, that’s what I’ll dig. ’
’ Someone gets in our way, someone don’t feel so well. ’
’ So what if you do turn this whole town into a stinkin’ pig sty? ’
’ What I mean is… Clear out, you! I said, clear out! ’
’ What do you got? Things are tough all over. Beat it. ’
’ Wake up! Is this the only way to get to you? Fight like all you kids do? ’
’ Hey, I’ve got a social disease! ’
’ Why do you kids live like there’s a war on? ’
’ Could a real zip gun make you do like that? ’
’ You don’t know what a zip gun would do? Man, you better wear diapers. ’
’ Listen jailbait, I licked you twice and I can do it again! ’
Supergirl Season Finale Speculation

Okay so, I know everyone has been speculating that Mon-El will get lead poisoning and will get sent to Phantom Zone in the finale, and that’s what the Karamel goodbye scene will be about, but based on recent news and promos I don’t think that will happen. So, I created an outline of how I think the episode will go, and here it is. I’ll go scene by scene:

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20 Reasons to love Kol Mikaelson

1- He’s FUN

Originally posted by lifeofvampirediaries

2- He doesn’t care

Originally posted by chicastrology

3- He was the only one to make Klaus shut up

Originally posted by lifeofvampirediaries

Which was great (I don’t like Klaus that much)

4- He embraced being a vampire 

Originally posted by screamingdoodle

5- You can easily ship him with bonnie ♥ (Kennet was born in 2s)

Originally posted by lilouklonnie

6- He’s the only one you can ship with a baseball bat bat

Originally posted by killianjonesz

♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ This is my OTP, I’ll go down with this ship! I ship it! ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪

7- And even with a door

Originally posted by bellsprincess

8- He’s handsome, and he knows it

Originally posted by mysticfallsgif

9- Sassy :) 

Originally posted by theladysifs

10- This 

Originally posted by mikaelsonsreign

11- That look (I mean come on he’s so adorable)

Originally posted by mikaelsontree

12- Did I forget to mention the accent

Originally posted by nuvole-di-pensieri

13- That smile

Originally posted by albinobrains

14- The way he walks

Originally posted by grontward

15- He’s a 1000 years old vamp, who listens to music with headphones ;)

Originally posted by ttheoriginals

16- Klaroline shipper :p

Originally posted by lifeofvampirediaries

17- Out of everyone else he was always right 

Originally posted by sharmaniac

he said silas would kill Jeremy, he did, he said that silas would raise hell on earth, well he was going to drop the veil, he said his family will fight over the cure, and they did …….

18- he’s cute 

Originally posted by sterec

19- Played by Nate Buzolic 

Originally posted by lovekolmikaelsonstuff

20- After being on TVD for only 7 episodes, he got a huge fanbase that fought for him to come back ! For almost 3 years now -RESPECT-

Originally posted by xxbloodydesiresxx

Originally posted by nerdreamer

Drabble: Sick

“I just saw the drabble request thing, and I am so excited for this! I think 22 and 49 would go good together if it was about the reader getting diagnosed with cancer. Kinda sad and angsty, but idk, i think you could do a really good job with this one. Love your writings by the way!!”

22: “I know you love me and all, but could you stop threatening the doctor?”
49: “Fight like hell.” 

(A/N): You haven’t said with who, so I’ll choose because I’m excited. I am picking Dean Winchester because it sounds like him, I think. Hope that’s okay ;)
& Thank you for the compliment, that means so much to me!<3

Originally posted by deangifsdaily

Falling in love was easy, loving each other was too. Fighting for each other was too, and protecting came as if it was nothing. It began to get hard when she got sick. When Dean couldn’t fight for her. All he could do was hold her hand, be there for he. He hated being this powerless. Sam was searching for help, for anything. Dean would do anything, just for Y/n to stay alive. 

“Miss Y/l/n, we are so sorry, but the cancer is spreading. We’d like to start a treatment right now.” Dean got furious, he felt angry, because why couldn’t these doctors just step up their game. 

The words he spoke for the next three minutes where horrible, he threatened to kill each and every doctor in this hospital if she died. Y/n tried to calm Dean down, but he wouldn’t listen. 

“Dean!” She yelled, and finally he stopped. “I know you love me and all, but could you stop threatening the doctor?” She said, taking his hand. 

Dean glared at the pale doctor. “I’m sorry for that.” Y/n smiled kindly. The doctor nodded and left. Once the doctor was away, Y/n pulled Dean in a hug. 

“I’m sorry, Y/n.” He sighted. “I just hate that I can’t do anything for you.” Y/n looked up and smiled. 

“That’s not true. You can hold my hand. You can tell me everything will be okay.” 

“Then that is what I’ll do.” 

Her positive vibes didn’t last long. She soon lost her hair, he smiles became rare and she always felt sick, always had pain. It hurt Dean to see her like that. One time, he saw her break down completely. That was hard for him. Y/n wasn’t one to talk about feelings, and he wasn’t either. But then, he had to. And she had to, too. 

“Dean, I’m tired. What do I do? The treatment doesn’t seem to work. Not anymore. All it does is making me sick.” She sobbed against his chest, it was the first time she had in all their time together. 

“I’ll tell you what to do.” Dean said, rubbing her back. “Fight like hell.” He whispered. “You have too. Sam will find something, and if not, you fight until those crappy doctors cure you. You will have a long life. A full life. And I won’t leave you here. I’ll be there with you. I’ll hold you hand. Every day, every night.” 

Y/n looked up at him. She hadn’t realized he was crying too. 

“I’ll try. I’ll try and fight. But I can’t without you.” She wiped away one of his tears with her tump. 

“You won’t have too. I’ll be right here.” Dean said and smiled. 

“Oh, and just saying, but bald looks good on you.” 

My mom was diagnosed with MS (Multiple Sclerosis) when I was 10 months old. She’s been bravely fighting it for 23 years.

I’d be lying if I said it has been easy. She struggles with it. My family struggles with it. We do okay, but it’s hard. Unfortunately, there’s no cure for MS.

The MS Society is Jamie Benn’s charity of choice. He rents a suite each game for families who have been affected by MS and he donates money to them frequently. He was just presented with an award from the MS Society for his work with them.

Jamie Benn is my favorite hockey player. Not just because of his skill, his incredible leadership, or his power on the ice- but because he goes above and beyond for a charity that means so much to me.

It’s always been my dream to meet Jamie and to tell him thank you- to genuinely thank him for helping fight for a cure for a disease that has caused so much hurt and destruction in my family.

My amazing friend Sam met Jamie recently. She told him about my family and my story and Jamie made this video for me 💚

Thank you, Captain. You’re truly the best 🌟

After The Portal

After coming through the portal Stan opened for him, Ford discovers that not all is as it seems.

Inspired by the epilogue of @thelastspeecher‘s In Another World, and in turn by some old fan theories from shortly after AToTS.

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This is why it’s a problem.

Jacinto Convit García (11 September 1913 – 12 May 2014) was a Venezuelan physician and scientist, known for developing a vaccine to fight leprosy and his studies to cure different types of cancer. He played a significant role in founding Venezuela’s National Institute of Biomedicine and held many leprosy-related positions. Among Convit’s many honors for his work on leprosy and tropical diseases was Spain's Prince of Asturias Award in the Scientific and Technical Research category and France's Legion of Honor. In 1988, Convit was nominated for a Nobel Prize in Medicine for his experimental anti-leprosy vaccine.

For the last 500 years, Western Culture has suppressed the idea of disembodied intelligences–of the presence and reality of spirit. Thirty seconds into the DMT flash, and that’s a dead issue.
—  Terence McKenna

lannistcrs  asked:

🍊 suggest some films I should watch because I'd love to watch some that I've never seen!

i hope you are sitting comfortable on your seats because i have some movies up my sleeve for y’all

i’m sorry i got carried away… i just love movies you know

do you like crying and suffering?

  • Lion
  • Testament of Youth
  • Brokeback Mountain
  • The Light Between Oceans
  • Gifted
  • You are not you

what? you said sci-fi/fantasy?

  • Back to the future
  • Blade Runner
  • 2001: A Space Odyssey
  • Ex Machina
  • Inception
  • Interstellar
  • Prometheus (kinda horrorish)
  • Arrival

adults can like animation too

  • Lilo and Stitch
  • Kimi no na wa (Your name) !!!!!!!!
  • Wreck it Ralph
  • Legends of the Guardians
  • Big Hero 6
  • Happy Feet

mind games

  • Fight Club
  • A Cure For Wellness (horrorish)
  • Get Out
  • Nocturnal Animals (i guess i can put it here??)
West Side Story { Sentence Starters }
  • "Why do you kids live like there's a war on?"
  • "Do you mind?"
  • "I have no mind. I'm the village idiot."
  • "If one of you was lying in the street bleeding, I'd walk by and spit on you."
  • "You're not thinking I'm someone else?"
  • "I felt, I knew something never before was going to happen, had to happen. But this is so much more."
  • "Boy, am I a victim of disappointment in you."
  • "You heard; it's gonna be a fair fight."
  • "And that's going to cure something?"
  • "___, things aren't tough enough?"
  • "Tough? ___, I'm in love!"
  • "And you're not frightened?"
  • "Should I be?"
  • "I'm frightened enough for the both of us."
  • "I'll dig you an early grave, that's what I'll dig."
  • "I am gonna make nice with him. I'm only gonna challenge him!"
  • "I...I didn't believe hard enough."
  • "Loving is enough."
  • "Make it not be true, please make it not true!"
  • "What for? Well, that's the way it's done, buddy-boy."
  • "Every one of you hates every one of us, and we hate you right back."

anonymous asked:

Elia and Henir fight. Elia, out of annoyance, transforms Henir into a child - while, unfortunately, Henir does the same with him. Now Ishmael has to keep the two children from fighting while searching for a curing spell. Bonus if lil Henir throws small time-and-space cubes at Elia's head!

The only thing worse than dealing with two powerful, pissed off Ancient Gods, Ishmael decided, was dealing with two powerful, pissed off Ancient Gods in the bodies of mortal children.

“Um, Lady Elia,” she said for the umpteenth time, “maybe you shouldn’t try and hit Henir…”

“He started it,” Elia grumped.  “Ishmael, I order you to take his cubes away.”

Technically, Ishmael had to obey orders, but she hesitated.  “Uh… I can’t touch them, my lady.”

Henir cackled and pelted Elia with more cubes.  Elia covered her face with her arms.


“When did I ever sign up for this?” Ishmael sighed to nobody in particular.