lil things i loved on my 2nd viewing of suicide squad
  • “that’s a killer app”
  • the fact that the joker’s entire storyline revolves around his love for harley and not the other way around
  • killer croc and el diablo bein bros
  • the “we’ve all lost someone so this is our new family” trope
  • all of harley’s joker paraphernalia gradually disappearing until she’s essentially just left with, “daddy’s little monster” shirt
  • deadshot calling amanda gangsta
  • “I’m beautiful”
  • Harley having a joker flashback at the top of the stairwell and when she “comes back” deadshot is still waiting for her when the others have gone ahead
  • “you’re my friend too”
  • Harley pretty much having complete autonomy and never once being sexually objectified by the guys
  • “wanna get a drink sometime?”
  • deadshot being protective of harley in general
  • i just love this movie a lot okay like i love things about misfit pals with killer soundtracks

Das war der Fashion Friday im Generali Center am 21.10.2011 mit den Herbst-Modenschauen von Frontline, Abbey Road, America Latina, King Pin, Levi´s, Nike, Triumph, X-Ray und Lenita & XTG.

Die URBAN WIDGETS Dance Company Wien zeigte das die Herbstmode auch zum Tanzen geeignet ist.

Mit Musikalischer Unterstützung von Tingel Tangel & Cepp Van de Bovenkamp.

Moderation & Inszenierung: Mario Soldo

Produced by Mother Agency

Fotos: Gigi Beham

AXA, Generali submit first-round bids for HSBC unit- sources

HSBC, under new Chief Executive Stuart Gulliver, is exiting non-core businesses and targeting about $2.3 billion in cost savings. The sale of the non-life insurance business is part of that plan. The company has already sold its non-life business in Britain.Europe’s biggest bank may consider selling the businesses by splitting it by region, sources familiar with the matter said.HSBC operates non-life insurance operations in Hong Kong, Singapore in some Latin American countries and France. Non-life insurance premiums totalled $1.3 billion in 2010, according to HSBC’s balance sheet.AXA, Generali, Zurich, Tokio Marine, MS&AD all declined to comment. HSBC also declined comment, while Allianz could not be reached immediately.The sources declined to be identified as the sale process was not public.