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anonymous asked:

Imagine. Clexa's first official football game with baby Alex. Clexa fam is there. Clarke is holding Alex in her lap so she can see where Lexa's playing. Her eyes are wide & excited cause she's a happy baby. Abby & Ana on each side helping Clarke if she needs it. Lexa glances up casually at halftime to see Ana, Clarke & Abby deep in baby talk/tips while feeding little Alex a simple hot dog. She has smol baby teeth she's getting used too + solids. Alex LOVES hotdogs. Lexa cries on the field.

I love this!!!!! Alex does love hotdogs!!! Lmao she probably goes nuts when she sees Lexa on the field for the first time! Also Alex looking over to Lexa over a bite of hotdog and just waving super excitedly?!? Amazing. Lexa cries so hard.

I have entered a time in my life

a disclosure


so nothing from the trees

the house of light

                                               the garden

                                               never real


there are no arguments

against the sea


the world is slipping out, blossom by blossom


you cannot distinguish the colours with which you fell

all colours are colours


all time, longing                                to be seen


this is the current I collapse in


the garnet wings                              above the moss


dip your hands into the waters of the world

if I could be once more what I was


the wolf,                              the moment before the snare


a drizzle of loving within a field


if I could be perfect                         for a moment more


before last, again,

nothing, forever


                               the vanishing weight of a life


glittering, dark waters of knowledge

enclosed by pain

So maybe this is from seeing a ton of comp sci job listings but like. Idk sometimes I feel like I made a mistake with majoring in what I did at college. I mean I love anthropology don’t get me wrong but I remember at the field school, when I got to do things like assembling and analyzing remains and memorizing bones and parts of systems and stuff- I just really get into that stuff, creating a database of knowledge and using it in puzzle-solving ways. And sometimes I think that a math or hard science field would have engaged me more. And that I didn’t take those classes because I was afraid of not doing well in them. And that I was afraid of not doing well in them because I’m a woman.

jesus-hiii  asked:

Hi anthropolos, I wonder if most of us with a degree in anthropology feel passionately about it. My heart is just very warm to it and I don't know how to express my affinity towards it other than to say that I love anthropology. Even though I pursued my graduate degree in Information Science. I'd love to work in the field, and I considered (am considering) grad school but I get lost trying to decide what my focus would be. This isn't so much an ask, by maybe more of a general "I'd love feedback"

I know i’m running a mildly successful anthropology blog so i should be saying ‘anthropology is great and i love it’ but honestly since starting grad school and learning a whole lot, i am being drawn towards different disciplines and theories outside of anthropology. I love anthropology, it saved my life (literally), and I would never say to not pursue it. This also depends on what kind of anthropology you’re talking about, because for me - as a cultural anthropologist - im easily swayed by other humanities. 

i don’t think there’s a single person with a graduate degree (PhD or otherwise) that regrets it. I’m getting a masters in cultural anthropology and even though i know my PhD won’t be in anthropology (if I get a PhD) there’s no regrets because without this degree I would not have found the other areas I love so much. 

As for losing focus, I changed my research topic three times before deciding on my current one. To get into grad school you’ll need to pitch a topic idea that’s relatively concise but once you’re in you can branch out. Good luck, and let me know if you have any further questions / clarifications! 

Things that we just really really didn’t need in PLL

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Ezra’s random non-son Malcolm

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Making aria cheat and hookup with everyone 

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Spencer & Caleb hookup 

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Completely changing Alison just because Sasha put on a bit of weight (she still could’ve worn ‘Ali’ clothes)

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The 150000 irrelevant characters that were made to look suspicious

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Killing every second person for no fraking reason except ‘shock’ factor

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Telling us stuff in interviews instead of the ACTUAL SHOW

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Predictable & clearly just made for shock factor or to ‘please’ the fans storylines

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The existence of Ravenswood & a ‘supernatural’ element

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The police not being able to correctly identify an effing body

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Making all of the girls hookup with people randomly, like why can’t they be strong independent women? THEY WERE STRONG ENOUGH TO ENDURE -A THEY CAN HANDLE BEING SINGLE.

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WHY WERE THEY ALWAYS DIGGING AND GETTING CAUGHT AT GRAVES? OBVI YOU’D GET CAUGHT

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ALLLLLLL of the red herrings, just useless

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Red herrings AGAIN because they used them so much 

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The whole Charlotte storyline (MAKING A TRANSGENDER PERSON MENTALLY ILL AND A VILLAIN, ACES) 

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THE NEVER ENDING PLOT HOLES. NEVER. FUCKING. ENDING. 

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MORE PLOT HOLES

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MORE IRRELEVANT RED HERRINGS

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NOTHING MAKES ANY SENSE

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anonymous asked:

Akaashi, please tell Futakuchi to CHILL

futakuchi has been adequately chilled… just kidding, he unplugged the fridge to get in there. akaashi has learned to keep a closer eye on him from now on