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Justin Bieber: I Want to Be Someone My Siblings Can Look Up To

Justin Bieber is one of the most famous people on the planet, and he knows it. But he also has a firm plan on how to stay grounded.

“There have been times where it has been difficult,” the 21-year-old told PEOPLE. “But as long as I put God and family first, I can find my way through most things. I also find it important to surround myself with people who are honest and hold me accountable for my actions – that helps a lot, too.”

Over the past several months, Bieber has been on a sort of “please forgive me tour,” where he’s owned up to his past mistakes and bad decisions.

He’s still entitled to have a little fun, though, and he did just that in Las Vegas on Saturday. Prior to watching his buddy Floyd Mayweather Jr. beat Manny Pacquiao in the so-called “fight of the century” in Las Vegas, the “Boyfriend” singer partied poolside at Hard Rock Hotel’s Rehab pool party.

Even there, the former bad boy was on his best behavior (by Vegas pool party standards) and he has a reason for that: his little brother and sister. He said he wants to be a role model to them.

“I love my brother and sister so much,” he said. “I want to help them be the best they can be and being someone they can look up to is definitely an important part of that.”

Source: PEOPLE

Justin Bieber: I Want to Be Someone My Siblings Can Look Up To

Justin Bieber is one of the most famous people on the planet, and he knows it. But he also has a firm plan on how to stay grounded.

“There have been times where it has been difficult,” the 21-year-old told PEOPLE. “But as long as I put God and family first, I can find my way through most things. I also find it important to surround myself with people who are honest and hold me accountable for my actions – that helps a lot, too.”

Over the past several months, Bieber has been on a sort of “please forgive me tour,” where he’s owned up to his past mistakes and bad decisions.

He’s still entitled to have a little fun, though, and he did just that in Las Vegas on Saturday. Prior to watching his buddy Floyd Mayweather Jr. beat Manny Pacquiao in the so-called “fight of the century” in Las Vegas, the “Boyfriend” singer partied poolside at Hard Rock Hotel’s Rehab pool party.

Even there, the former bad boy was on his best behavior (by Vegas pool party standards) and he has a reason for that: his little brother and sister. He said he wants to be a role model to them.

“I love my brother and sister so much,” he said. “I want to help them be the best they can be and being someone they can look up to is definitely an important part of that.”

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This is Francis. King of France. Husband. Father. Ruler. 

He cares for his wife. He loves his wife DESPITE EVERYTHING SHE’S DONE.

And here it is, the look of betrayal, so common on his face lately.

Again he recognizes Mary did something unforgivable behind his back.

He admits to himself he love her, he does everything to help her heal and still she’s able to let him down, save someone else’s life by the cost of their safety, safety of their families and nations. 

He only show this face to himself and fans but here it is.

And it hurts like hell.


It drive me nuts to see Francis caring and trying to stay calm and strong and yet being betrayed and lied to. He deserves so much better even after all he’s done lately. He understands his mistakes, he admits he’s done bad things but he wants to fight his demons. I think Francis need only a little support from someone close and faithfull. But he keeps waiting for Mary and I’m so afraid she won’t be the same wife to Francis anymore or he won’t be able to trust her again. Whole story collapsed because one fail action. 

gif’s not mine.

credits to comandervlexa

anonymous asked:

you know,Joss whedon was never a perfect guy,he made mistakes in his work. but while i recognize that,he inspired me a lot too,he inspired to become a better feminist,inspired me to try to become a screewriter,inspired me to becomer a better artist really. and when i see people like you hating on him,i feel like i should ask you a question if i scream "Joss whedon" in the Street,EVERYONE Will recognize that name,now tell me,how many people would recognize YOUR name?

if joss whedon is your aspiration for screenwriting then no wonder you posted this mess of a screed in my inbox. this is awful, fyi.

i don’t care about male “feminists” and i don’t care that people recognize famous celebrities (how is this an argument???)

i’m someone who continues to love Buffy, but i really wish you joss stans would shut the fuck up about how he’s the best screenwriter of all time because he wrote some female characters that can fight. the dude only has like 5 stories he knows how to write and we’ve seen all of them over and over again.

anonymous asked:

you know,Joss whedon was never a perfect guy,he made mistakes in his work. but while i recognize that,he inspired me a lot too,he inspired to become a better feminist,inspired me to try to become a screewriter,inspired me to becomer a better artist really. and when i see people like you hating on him,i feel like i should ask you a question if i scream "Joss whedon" in the Street,EVERYONE Will recognize that name,now tell me,how many people would recognize YOUR name?

Joss Whedon is a racist, ablest, sexist, transphobic piece of shit who doesn’t want to learn and would rather shout at the top of the hills that he’s a feminist because he writes women who can punch.

Hey do you know who else’s name you can scream in the streets that people will recognise? Adolf Hitler he’s more successful than me by your logic we should never criticise anyone more successful than us.

If you were really inspired by him to be a Feminist you’d not be so concerned for his feelings and actually listen to the very real criticisms he gets but nah I assume much like him you’ll just tell everyone you’re a feminist and do nothing but write women who can punch and call sterile women monsters and that women must have a vagina and that race isn’t important the actors performance is, and make a show about East Asian culture but never actually hire an East Asian to be a main character, and fetishism mental illnesses you know the works and then pat yourself on the back All because you wrote a woman who can punch don’t forget to make rape into some quirky thing that happens to women!

anonymous asked:

do you hate damon as a character? i love him so much and I'm so sick of people always worshipping saint stefan (even though he has his fair share of bad things he's done -ex.he killed way more people than damon and people seem to neglect that) and hating damon (he's such a cutiepie and deserves so much love tbh)

I don’t hate Damon, I like Damon as a character but he’s incredibly frustrating to me and I don’t like that he tends to blame others for things he should be taking responsibility for. Also *bangs head on desk* I do not worship “Saint Stefan” for the thousandth time I always talk about how Stefan is the darker character and that he’s a serial killer. The reason that I stan Stefan is because he acknowledges that he’s done horrible things and he takes ownership of his mistakes. I stan Stefan because despite all the shit Katherine put him though he wanted to give her peace before she died because he sympathized with her. He felt guilty about leading Klaus to slaughter despite the fact that Klaus forced him to become a ripper again and ruined his life in the process. I don’t get that with Damon, I don’t think he learns from his mistakes and I think he’s always quick to blame others when he should be blaming himself. So I just wish Damon would stop being so selfish all the time and then I would probably start to sympathize with him more. I don’t really tag anything “anti-damon” because I’m not anti-damon he just frustrates the hell out of me sometimes.

The First time

The first time he saw her she was sleeping under a tree in the Academy’s garden. The wind was gently moving her bangs while she was lying on the grass with an open book resting in her lap. Her glasses were almost falling from her face and a little bag was being used as a pillow. She was sleeping peacefully. No horrible nightmares; how it was supposed to be.

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anonymous asked:

Ren coming home to see Koujaku leaning on sleeping Aoba at the couch to steal a kiss. Koujaku haven't notice Ren's presence yet as he thought they're alone in the house. Aoba stirred awake and with half open eyes, he thought he saw Ren. Smiling, he sleepily reach up to pull Koujaku down for a good morning kiss!

I think Ren would quietly leave and contemplate things to himself for a few days. When he cannot take it anymore, I think he would confront Aoba with it.

He would ask directly, as Ren isn’t the sort to be shy about it. Though he may fear the answer, he would rather Aoba be happy with the person he is with, so he knows he must do this.

Aoba looks mortified, and explains what happened sincerely, hoping Ren will understand his half-asleep mistake.

Koujaku has no excuses. He just says he wanted to move Aoba’s hair out of his mouth or something when Aoba suddenly kissed him.

Ren and Aoba bone super hard that afternoon to reaffirm themselves. 

I failed. I won’t put myself above you and tell you this and that, it’s too late. So this time for once, let me tell you one small truth. It’s all right if you never forgive me, but no matter what you become, I will always love you.
—  Uchiha Itachi [to Sasuke, about his feelings and mistakes]
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Nash’s response to the incredibly offensive vine he made about gay people. “THE BLOG
Here’s the Full Story About the Vine I Made
Nash Grier
Posted: 12/15/14 01:15 PM ET Updated: 02/14/15 05:59 AM ET
As humans we’re going to make mistakes. It’s what makes us human, and most of the time, the most effective way of learning is from a mistake. I, Nash Grier, have made more mistakes than I can remember. Some big, some small, some nobody has seen, and some millions of people have seen. But ever since I was young, my parents told me to use these mistakes and make them into something positive.

In April of 2013, I made some of the best and worst decisions of my life. As a kid that just turned 15 in my freshman year of high school, I was in a weird place. I went to a small private school in North Carolina with maybe 200 kids. It was very different from your typical high school experience that you see in movies and on television. Social standards were tough. You were in or you were out. For most of my freshman year up until the spring, I was out. I didn’t play any sports; I took AP classes with 10 kids in a class, and lived a very excluded and lonely life.

Later that spring, a trend went around school – a new form of social media: Vine. Everyone was downloading it and making six-second clips in school, usually making fun of a teacher or doing something reckless. I saw an opportunity. Over time, I began to experiment and make my own videos. At first, they were just inside jokes with the little friends I had, but after a while, more of my classmates started to take notice of them. I finally felt accepted. It got to a point where I conformed and did what everyone else wanted on Vine. This is where the mistakes were made.

I had almost 1,200 followers on Vine and I posted six-second video on HIV/AIDS, using a very offensive term (“fag”). The next day, I went to school and I received so many responses as to how funny the video was. At this point, what I thought I had done wasn’t just okay, but I thought it was funny. As a kid that just turned 15 from a private school, I was very sheltered from the real world. I didn’t know the meaning behind what I was saying when I made the video. I didn’t know the people I was hurting.

As time went on, my audience began to grow. About a month later after posting the video (and many more), I had almost 2,500 followers. At that time I began to get some significant feedback from people that weren’t just in my high school. I looked through my videos and saw hundreds of negative comments on the one I had posted bashing on HIV/AIDS and the gay community. At first, I didn’t really understand how someone could have so much hate for me, but then I put myself in their shoes. I read more and more comments and even did research. I had a realization that I hadn’t had in my life up until that point: Everything I had said on or off camera could’ve been harmful to others.

I immediately deleted the video and changed my outlook on everything I had ever said and/or posted. A few days later, I completely deactivated all of my social media channels, mainly because I knew I had done something very evil, and partially because I also thought social media was a waste of time.

Towards the end of summer 2013 when school ended, I decided to re-download all of my social media channels and make videos again. The next day I woke up and had 9,000 followers. I did the same thing the next day and woke up with 54,000 followers. Next thing I know, I was making appearances on Good Morning America, traveling the country and gaining millions of followers across all of my social media accounts. It had literally been in a year’s span that my “rise to fame” had happened. Things didn’t slow down. Next thing you know, I made a career out of it. I began signing contracts and sitting in business meetings, consulting managers and traveling the world. I had some of the fastest growing social media accounts in history, capturing the attention of 25 million total followers.

Being on the top of my game, I had a bull’s-eye on my head. Someone had the video I posted a year and a half ago on their phone and decided to re-post it. The video went viral. People thought the video was new, when in reality, it wasn’t. I made two public apologies, but I was extremely crushed at this point. I had already understood the issue and to this day, regret it more than anything I have ever done. I began getting death threats, was called “homophobic” and a “hate monger,” when in reality, it was the farthest thing from true. One of my first big YouTube videos was with four of my good friends at the time – most of them gay. Many of my early Vines and collaborations were with gay people. I never once had a problem with someone’s sexuality or sexual preference. If there is one thing I stand for in life, it is do whatever makes you happy. I have and never will be against same-sex relationships or marriages. I can’t stress to you enough how far off the title “homophobic” is from my actual personality. I realize that I made a mistake. At the time I didn’t, but I have learned from it.

At the time, I was just a normal kid. I had 1,000 followers and I was the farthest thing from a role model and the person I consider myself to be today. From the bottom of my heart, I am truly sorry to each and every person I have ever offended.

And don’t think for a second this is just something to save my ass in the business world. This is me, no publicist, no one telling me what to do. I accept you, and you get the same respect from me whether you are black, white, gay straight, Asian, bisexual, Australian, tall, fat, WHATEVER it is. We are all people, and I look at the people of the world the same way, as my brothers and sisters. And someday, I want to make a positive impact on all of you.“

I know people will still hate him and find fault in his apology but I personally can see this kid is maturing and is starting to become more aware of his actions. I also know people may accept his apology but still not like him as a person and that’s fine, but this whole “he is a homophobe” thing is over due. He can’t go back and change what he said but he sure as hell is doing what he can to make up for his actions. So take note of his apology of a vine he made 2 years ago and realize he is truly sorry for his actions. And wether you believe him or not, calling him trash and saying he’s a homophobe doesn’t make you any better.

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“The Matt Murdoch that I tried to bring to life was someone who is as human as possible. I really wanted to accentuate the human qualities of a superhero — so, someone who’s very frightened at times and conflicted and confused and also morally ambiguous at times…. At times he’ll go out and he takes it too far. He’ll have to learn those lessons, he’ll have to learn from his mistakes and then when he doesn't perhaps behave from a place of his best self, he has to then sit with those feelings and look at that and feel the guilt and the shame and the loneliness of that. ” (x)

His Mistakes
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Usher - His Mistakes

And it’s killing me, girl, knowing 
You compare me to him
Always guilty before the sin
I can’t win, I can’t win, no

I know he did you wrong
But tell me, what does that have to do with me?
Trying to show you something real. 

it’s canon that alfred is abnormally strong- ‘able to drag around cars and smash through metal window frames’ strong- and that’s so interesting to explore further. it’s often played for laughs but it can be terrifying, i imagine.            

like, i see him having a pretty easy and laidback disposition. he laughs and smiles easily. he’s friendly, he’s slower to anger compared to Ivan, he’s not as easily irritated as Arthur. the tall and charming boy-next-door. but when he really loses his temper, he’d be absolutely terrifying. because, he’s frighteningly strong, but he’s not Clark Kent or Steve Rogers. he’s not human, but all too human in that his moral compass isn’t perfect and unshakeable. there’s no reassuring ‘with great power comes great responsibility’- no reassuring guarantee that he’ll always use his strength for good, that he won’t make enormous mistakes. his instinct for genuine altruism and idealism wars with his more narcissistic, attention-seeking and ambitious side. but above all- he’s so young. and everyone around him knows that. he’s a child by most of their standards- and he can crush metal with his bare hands and squash people like bugs. that must be positively unnerving.