Hey, fellow Klaroliners! Well it’s finally that time, TVD is coming to an end in a few weeks and we are sitting here fingers, toes (and everything else) crossed that the endgame we have been agonisingly waiting and pining for is finally going to happen.
In honour of this auspicious occasion, the team are announcing a finale week event where the Klaroline family can come together, get excited and provide the fandom with an assortment of goodies including; drabbles, graphics, gifsets, videos, playlists and aesthetics to drool over.
We will begin on Saturday March 4 up until the finale airs on Friday March 10. The themes for each day are as follows:
Saturday March 4: AU/AH
Sunday March 5: Pre-canon
Monday March 6: Post-canon
Tuesday March 7: During Canon
Wednesday March 8: Fusion
Thursday March 9: Other Supernatural
Friday March 10: Ideal Endgame Scene
Just remember to tag all your posts with klarolineinfinity so we can share them around. Can’t wait to see what you come up with!
Houston Super Saturday Night Complete Setlist - Taylor Swift
1. New Romantics
3. Blank Space
4. I Knew You Were Trouble
6. I Don’t Wanna Live Forever (Acoustic Guitar)
7. You Belong with Me (Acoustic Guitar)
8. This Is What You Came For (Acoustic Guitar)
9. Better Man
11. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together
12. Love Story (1989 World Tour version)
13. All Too Well (Piano)
14. Enchanted/Wildest Dreams
15. Bad Blood
16. Out of the Woods
17. Shake It Off
“The Theater must always be a safe and special place. The cast of Hamilton was very rude last night to a very good man, Mike Pence. Apologize!” — Donald J. Trump
I’m not sure what kind of “safe and special” theater the president-elect is alluding to in his tweet on Saturday, following the imbroglio involving Vice President-elect Mike Pence at the Friday night performance of Broadway’s “Hamilton.” Maybe by “safe and special” he means the theater is supposed to be docile, an innocuous landscape filled exclusively with chorus girls and holiday pageants.
But let’s be clear: “Safe” theater is dead theater. Conflict is what drives drama, and sometimes, emotions in that public space become intense and things get messy. Some of that exuberance spilled over into the peanut galleries Friday night: As he returned to his orchestra seat after intermission, Pence was greeted with applause — and boos.
Broadway protocol would dictate that an incoming vice president go backstage after a performance and greet the cast. In this case, though, Pence reportedly was being ushered out of the theater as Brandon Victor Dixon, the actor portraying Aaron Burr in the acclaimed musical about the life of Alexander Hamilton, began his curtain-call remarks. According to media reports, Pence stood just outside the auditorium door, listening to the full speech. It is rare indeed for a company of actors — and especially those in what amounts to one of the biggest hits in Broadway history — to address a single public official at the end of a performance.
“Vice President-elect Pence, welcome,” Dixon said, on behalf of the production. “Thank you for joining us at ‘Hamilton: An American Musical.’ We are the diverse America who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us, our planet, our children, our parents, or defend us and uphold our inalienable rights. We hope this show has inspired you to uphold our American values, and work on behalf of all of us. Thank you.”
Some observers on social media see Trump’s tweet as an attempt to grab hold of a minor culture-war issue and deflect attention from objections being lodged against several of his initial appointments. Indeed, he seems to be trying to make the case here that it’s not the incoming administration that poses the greatest threat; it’s the dissenters who are threatening him. Still, the challenging words by the “Hamilton” cast and the contretemps surrounding them portend a contentious relationship between the Republican-led government and an arts community that may be preparing to take it on publicly.
In the context of a musical about a revolution, the events of Friday night look like life imitating art.
I hope that all 25,000 of you have an amazing 2017 (we deserve it after all of the shit that’s happened in 2016)
So may your days be less stressful;
May you get the job you were after;
May you recieve that raise;
May your grades improve;
May you easily understand any new information you have to learn;
May you speak and stand with confidence;
May you be treated respectfully by all those around you;
May your loved ones remain happy and healthy;
AND MAY THIS YEAR BE BETTER THAN THE LAST!!!
Where they’re both in their early to mid 20s and they live in the same condo.
They meet one day when they’re both in the building’s gym getting a workout in. Holster was there first and he’s on the treadmill when Ransom walks in.
When Ransom’s about to take the treadmill next to Holster’s he notices a set of keys on the floor right behind Holster. So he picks them up and taps Holster on the shoulder to ask if the keys are his.
Holster, still running at this point, turns around and sees this beautiful specimen of a man and promptly loses his footing and falls off the treadmill.