gun violence cw

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Compromise where you can. But where you can’t, don’t. Even if everyone is telling you that something wrong is something right. Even if the whole world is telling you to move, it is your duty to plant yourself like a tree, look them in the eye and say “no… you move”.

it is becoming a numbing experience, waking up to news of tragic shootings

it feels like it’s devastatingly statistically so common & we are in a political climate that truly doesn’t give a shit about it, that eventually it’s going to happen to us & there is nothing we can do about it

white terrorism is so fucking dangerous. stop white people. I’m so tired of not being able to go to Walmart in my home town bc 85% of the white people here are openly strapped with a gun and say things like “don’t make me use it and I won’t have to” or “I can carry my gun if I want to, you’re lucky it’s just a handgun”. Wtf. These people are 100% more likely to shoot me. Fuck that shit. And here it’s always this white dude got angry and shot x amount of people of color. Stop this shit.

anonymous asked:

This is prompt taken from an old Lois&Clark episode (That Old Gang of Mine) that I can't stop imagining as SuperCat: Catco building is under siege while Kara is stuck with Cat and other hostages. One of the gunmen try to rough Cat up and Kara steps between them. Gunman shoots her in front of everyone and she has to pretend to be dead. Cue emotional Cat, revealed feelings, and Supersquad trying to find a way to save Kara's secret identity. Please, oh please, please

if she hadn’t been so distracted, if she hadn’t gone to that fire downtown, they wouldn’t be in this position. there wasn’t even anyone in that fire! they totally could have handled it without her. but no, she had to go and be a hero and now catco is on lock down and there is no way that she can emerge as supergirl without giving away everything. 

worse, now she has twenty employees on this floor potentially in harms way. 

worse still, cat grant has been haranguing her gunman—to be clear, the man holding a gun to her head—for the last three and a half minutes. 

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