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Ouat Con New Jersey 2017 - Saturday, Jen’s Panel
  • She’s so pleased with what they wrote for emma’s ending (x)
    • Emma’s pregnancy is her happy ending (x)
    • Jen is really pleased about Emma’s pregnancy and her happy ending (x)
  • Jen disagrees with Colin about #CaptainSwan parenting (x)
    • Jen disagrees with Colin on the CS parenting styles - she’s thinks if they had a daughter, Hook would be more strict! (x)
    • Jen said that if Emma and Killian had a daughter, HE would def be the more strict parent, contrary to what Colin said (x)
  • She definitely wants to travel to Ireland, has heard about it a lot the last few years (x)
  • Jen says she wants to travel more & she’s learning to say “no” more so she can have more breaks (x)
  • Not sure there was a clear moment where Emma realized she was in love with Hook because of her walls (x)
  • The moment when she kissed him in Neverland was part of a turning point for emma’s feeling (x)
  • If Jmo was a candy bar she’d be a snickers bar (x)
  • JMO’s favorite blooper was blowing out the blue candle. (x)
    • Jen really couldn’t blow out the blue candle on her birthday candle (x)
  • Emma got her flower tattoo when she was 14, the flower was also on the crest of Charmings shield (x)
    • Emma’s tattoo- she got a tattoo at 14. As a cosmic connection the the Charming family and family shield. (x)
  • jenn said she misses her red jackets from Ouat (x)
  • Jennifer is going to miss everyone on set, Emma’s jackets, and good memories. She said she is grateful. (x)
  • One of Jens favorite episode is Graham’s last episode. (x)
  • Jennifer says that by the time she met Hook it was further enough in the storyline that she had a feeling it would be important (x)
  • Jen loves the character development between Emma and hook. Very natural. (x
  • Jmo’s working on a project that she can’t talk about (x)
  • “Find the storys that are important/mean something to you, and make them.” (x
  • Most emotional scene when she killed Hook/ and when she had to wake Henry up in s1 (x)
  • She’s super grateful that her being emma would mean so much to people (x)
  • She’s into running around with men in kilts and wearing wonderful dresses (x)
    • Jen would love to be on Outlander so she could run around men in kilts, ride horses, and wear beautiful dresses. (x)
  • Jen think there should be a ride at Disney for Emma. Where you ride in the yellow bug. (x)
  • Wish realm hook was funny, but it was funnier just how happy it made Colin (x)
    • Jen loves Wish!Hook not only because it was funny, but because it brought Colin so much joy (x)
  • Jen’s favorites: CS Movie, Camelot Arc and the Musical (x)
  • what character would you bring back? jen- “ROBIN HOOD” she said it so quickly  she was just copying colin but she did say that she would bring robin back (x)
  • jens favorite trait of Emma is forgiveness (x)

Videos

Hurricane Irma

This hurricane has officially hit a category 5. To give you an idea of the strength of this storm:

Harvey was a category 4.

Katrina and Andrew were a category 5 and Irma is at the moment is stronger than both of them.

This hurricane is going to cause absolute destruction when it hits. Puerto Rico (especially this beautiful isla)  Cuba, Haiti, Dominican Republic and Florida are all in it’s path. Here’s a checklist if you can afford these supplies.


Food

  • Bottled Water- a week’s supply minimum (One gallon daily per person)
  • Non perishable items that don’t require cooking ( Tuna, nuts, fruit cups, Cereal bars, peanut butter, crackers, dried fruits, canned vegetables, chili)
  • Dry pet food 
  • Packaged juices 
  • Powdered or canned milk 

Supplies

  • Manual can opener
  • Toilet paper 
  • Baby wipes ( this will make a great alternative for showers)
  • Batteries ( AAA, AA, 6V, C, and D)
  • Flash lights (if you have manual ones even better)
  • Battery powered radio 
  • Utility knife 
  • Waterproof matches 
  • 5 gallons of gas
  • Tampons and pads 
  • Portable phone charger fully charged)
  • Sand bags (redirects water and debris flow)
  • First aid kit
  • Blankets 
  • Rain gear - Ponchos, boots. (avoid umbrellas)
  • Medications 
  • Portable cooler

Documentation / Legal End

  • A closed water proof sealed container
  • Take pictures and send them to yourself in an email of the following: Drivers License, photo ID, social security numbers, medical insurance cards (of each person) 
  • Take photos of everything! Insurance companies are not your friends. Email everything to yourself. 
  • If you have young children and they are able to make sure they memorize your name, address, and phone number

Other tips: 

  • Before the hurricane hits fill up the bath tubs in your house (extra water for flushing the toilet) 
  • Bring any ornaments from outside inside 
  • Trim trees
  • Board your windows
  • Have a secure room that you an pile everyone ( has to have no windows) 

if you have any questions message me. Keep safe mi gente xx 

In case you missed it, here’s the moment when three trans women, played by three out trans actresses, casually chatting over lunch, appeared on a prime-time drama on the single biggest television network in the U.S.

Doubt (CBS) was revolutionary in having a trans lead, played by Laverne Cox, but they also had a trans woman in the writer’s room (Imogen Binnie), and trans actors, like myself and Angelica Ross in the scene above, and Alexandra Grey in the following episode (who gives a devastating and powerful must-see performance).

This level of attentiveness was largely due to the creators/showrunners, Joan Rater & Tony Phelan, having a trans son, the actor Tom Phelan. For Joan & Tony, trans people weren’t “other”, they weren’t punchlines, they didn’t exist just as metaphors, or props to trigger male anxieties. They’re real people, whole and complicated people with rich lives that can’t be reduced to the single facet “trans”.

Three friends having lunch and talking over boy trouble, in public, in daylight. This is how we come out of the shadows.

RIP Doubt; long live the team behind it.

On a happier note, Jen Bartel is drawing Pharmercy!

In fact, she’s drawing all of your favorite wlw ships and lady favs.

Bonus:

And super, extra, special bonus:

Pharah and Mercy are holding hands!

anonymous asked:

Hi what can we do if we can't evacuate?

If you can’t evacuate here are some tips.

Buy life jackets immediately a lot of deaths are from drowning. If you have a kayak, canoe, life raft, keep these near you they can come in handy.

Do not swim. You will tire yourself out especially if currents are going against you.

Have ample flashlights on hand.

Once the hurricane passes. Get on top of your roofs. Use flashlights at night and if on hand any pots and pans during the day.

Tarp and rope. You can use tarp to make a temporary repair if anything comes down.

Do not turn the power on if there’s flooding!

Do no drink water that hasn’t been previously stored! Assume that all water has bacterial contaminations (yes this goes for tap water as well if you have no other choice boil it first)

Don’t pick up trees, wires, debris, nothing.

Do not use charcoal or generators indoors!

Sand bags can be used to help prevent flooding.

En Español:

Si no es possible para evacuar aquí hay algunos consejos:

Comprar chalecos salvavidas. Una gran cantidad de muertes son de ahogamiento. Si usted tienes un kayak, canoa, balsa salvavidas, mantener estos cerca de ti pueden ser utilizada en emergencia

No naden!! Se van a cansar especialmente si las corrientes van en contra de usted.

Tenga suficientes linternas a la mano. Una linterna para cada persona.

Cuando pase el huracán si hay inducciones ve para el techo de las casa. Utilice linternas por la noche y si está a mano ollas y calderos durante el día.

Lona y cuerda. Laona puedes se utilizada para para hacer una reparación temporal si paredes o el techo se derrumban.

No enciendes ningunos electrónicos si hay inundaciones!

No tomen agua que no haya sido almacenada previamente! Suponga que todo el agua tiene contaminaciones bacterianas (esto también significa el agua del grifo, si no tienes otra opción hervir primero el agua del grifo)

No recojan árboles, alambres, escombros, nada.

No utilice carbón o generadores en interiores!

sacos de arena se pueden utilizar para ayudar a prevenir inundaciones.

mumbutter-deactivated20170929  asked:

When can we begin to donate to PR and which channels arw trustworthy?

DO NOT DONATE TO THE RED CROSS a lot of American outlets are linking them DO NOT DO IT. Also be wary of donating to any gofundsme etc anyone can set these up and you don’t know how authentic they are. 

Here are alternatives:

Unidos Por Puerto RIco

This site is being ran by the First Lady of Puerto Rico, Beatriz Rosselló. And at this time I think would be one of the best ones to donate to. 

Caritas

This organization has been doing good work since 1969. 

Hispanic Federation

Another great organization very transparent and easy with their donation process. 

In person Donations

( non perishable food ite,s, diapers, water, first aid kits, clothes, books, hygienic products etc.)

New York

  • Casabe Senior Houses, 150 E. 121 St., Manhattan, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • El Maestro, Inc., 1300 Southern Blvd, Bronx,Monday through Friday from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.

Central Florida

  • Orlando: Harbor Community Bank (2320 S. Orange Ave. and 11681 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Suite 1 and 430 N. Semoran Blvd., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday). Acacia (1865 N. Econlockhatchee Trail, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday to Friday).
  • Kissimmee: Harbor Community Bank (2591 Simpson Road and 100 Park Place Blvd., Suite 101, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday). Rigo Tile (770 E. Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday).
  • Altamonte Springs: Harbor Community Bank (420 E. Altamonte Drive, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday.)
  • Sanford: Harbor Community Bank (251 W. First St., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday).

Miami 

Puertorican Leadership Counsel will be collecting donations:

  • Mana Wynwood at 2217 N.W. Fifth Ave., Miami, Florida 3312
  • Isla Del Encanto Restaurant at 12850 S.W. 120th St., Miami, Florida 33186
  • Ana G. Méndez University at 15201 N.W. 79th Court, Miami Lakes, Florida 33016 

Contact Luis De Rosa at ldr@puertoricanchamber.com for more information

Washington D.C.

D.C. Ricans will be hosting an event on the 22nd to collect supplies and raise funds. find out more here


PLEASE DONATE IF YOU CAN AND PLEASE REBLOG THIS AND BOOST!!!