I am so sorry to new followers, I typically avoid major wankages in the Sherlock dumpster fire fandom but some things are too ugly to ignore. Yes it may seem silly, but it isn’t silly to me. Not at all.
I’m a survivor myself, of childhood trauma, but trauma nonetheless. Seeing those posters make light of true victimhood is not ok. You don’t get to make images that misrepresent the characters of a tv show to manipulate people into thinking they embody TRUE abuse. What makes it truly horrible though, is that the person put real, actual abuse hotline numbers and women’s organization phone numbers on these images. Damn. ૮(ꂧꁞꂧ)ა
I’m fine with Johnlockers chaffing til the cows come home about their ship not becoming canon, but the continued outright LIES have to cease. Write your fanfic. Drawn your fanart. Fix the show in those ways, that’s fine. We all do it. But you guys have to stop poisoning the rest of the fans who enjoyed this thing with outright falsehoods. Move on, find a new thing that gives you what you want, fix the thing in your head…but stop ravaging the rest of us with your bitter cucumbers of buttock fruit.
“I DON’T CARE!“ Harry yelled at them, snatching up a lunascope and throwing it into the fireplace. "I’VE HAD ENOUGH, I’VE SEEN ENOUGH, I WANT OUT, I WANT IT TO END, I DON’T CARE ANYMORE!” “You do care,” said Dumbledore. He had not flinched or made a single move to stop Harry demolishing his office. His expression was calm, almost detached. “You care so much you feel as though you will bleed to death with the pain of it.” ― J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
A recent undercover case involving a drug cartel revives the consulting detective’s addiction. His friends think he’s okay except for the one person who always sees him at his worst. In an effort to provide him a wake up call, Molly moves out and involves the people Sherlock will have a hard time ignoring. Whether her actions will set him on the right path or drive him further away from it remains to be seen.
EastPortalMT 6-16-73 by bill hooper Via Flickr: Milwaukee Road light helpers on their way from Avery Idaho to Haugan Mont. to assist a westbound freight over the Bitterroots,clear the Bitterroot summit tunnel at East Portal Mt.
I’m devastated, not only is this the first time but the second time this year we have to deal with such a tragic flood.
Keep Louisiana in your thoughts and if you’re religious keep in your prayers.
Emergency numbers and shelter info! Pass this along -
Emergency # by area: (For rescues)
St Helena 225-222-4413 (press 0)
Livingston Parish 225-686-3996
Baker 225-788- 0300
Call 511 for road closure info, or visit 511la.org.
Residents forced from their homes because of flooding are staying overnight at 19 Red Cross and community-run shelters which offer meals, a safe place to sleep and emotional support as neighbors continue to arrive at shelters:
East Baton Rouge Parish
• Baker Civic Club – 2640 N. Magnolia Drive, Baker
• BREC Park at Hamilton Avenue – 16200 Hamilton Ave., Baton Rouge
• BREC Park at Flannery – 801 Flannery Road, Baton Rouge
• Clinton Fire Station – 5567 Highway 67, Clinton
• Fellowship Church – 9414 Plank Road, Clinton
• Rock Church – 20810 Plank Road, Zachary
• Slaughter Fire Station – Highway 19, Slaughter
• Zoar Baptist Church – 11848 Hooper Road, Central
• Cyr-Gates Community Center – 300 Parkview Drive, New Iberia
• Heymann Center – 1373 S. College Road, Lafayette
• Bethel Baptist Church – 2149 Circle Drive, Livingston
• First United Methodist Church – 316 Centerville St. NW, Denham Springs
• Riverside Baptist Church – 36890 Highway 16, Watson
St. Helena Parish
• St. Helena High School – 14340 Highway 37, Greensburg
• Mike Kenny Center – 601 W. Coleman, Hammond
• Amite Community Center – 101 W. Chestnut, Amite
• Kentwood High School – 603 Ninth St., Kentwood
• Abbeville Boys & Girls Club – 301 A.A. Comeaux Memorial Dr., Abbeville
• Franklinton High School – 1 Demon Circle, Franklinton