Ted Bundy’s sentence following the Chi Omega trial
Count Two and Three of the Indictment (Murder in the first degree) : Sentenced to death by electrocution.
Count One of the Indictment : Sentenced to confinement in the State Penitentiary for a term of 99 years, sentence to begin at the expiration of sentence imposed in Counts Two and Three of the Indictment.
LOL I promised a high school reunion AU tonight but that’s taking longer than I thought it would, whoops
So to compensate (read: to calm my anxiety over not having that done yet down) I’m posting part two a few days early!! Whoo!!
Anyways I’ve been binge-watching The Office lately and I have at least 4 references to that show in this part so if you’re a fan of that show and you notice something familiar it’s probably intentional
The first time Amy gets called in on her night off, she’s on a date.
She’s pretty excited to go out with this guy - Teddy Wells, the one she met at code camp three weeks previously and hasn’t stopped texting with since - and she’s been looking forward to this night off ever since they set the date. It’s seven PM and she’s in her car, red dress strategically folded so that it won’t crease when she sits, and her hair is done in long, cascading, beachy curls that make her feel softer than she’s felt in a long time.
It’s not that she dislikes her job (quite the opposite, in fact) but…sometimes the overwhelming masculinity of it all is…well, it’s just that, overwhelming. It’s hard to justify wearing a long flowy skirt or a gauzy, romantic blouse to work when the likelihood of getting puked on is through the roof on a day-to-day basis. And it doesn’t help that the only other female detective in the precinct has a penchant for ripped denim and blood-stained leather.
Her phone buzzes in the cup holder just as she pulls up to a red light, so she plucks it up and opens the new message.
From: Teddy Wells
Cant wait to see u!
She frowns at the grammatical mistakes, but a smile tugs at her lips before long. She’s just starting to text him back when suddenly her phone screen flashes over to an incoming call from…Jake Peralta.
*Me liveblogging Mojave (aka Everyone Keeps Saying ‘Brother’: The Movie)
-So, Tom, a famous rock star, has gotten sick of his big Hollywood mansion, his wife and child, his hot French mistress and making $10 million a year. So he drink drives out to the desert to, like, find himself and stuff.
-Tom is rather unsympathetic as a hero. He’s a whinier Kurt Cobain, which is really saying something.
-Oh, wait. Now he’s met Jack. Jack is a homicidal maniac in a terrible wig. We know this because Jack says within five minutes that he’s a homicidal maniac. Shouldn’t a homicidal maniac keep that info on the down low? They fight a bit.
-Tom has accidentally killed a sheriff. So he just gets up and leaves and brags to his agent that he knows he can get away with it. Tom continues to be terrible.
-Mark Wahlberg and Walter Goggins are also in this film. Because, you know, someone decided that not enough talented actors were being wasted.
-Jack has killed a guy who was trying to pick him up and temporarily adopted his dog. The dog is the only sympathetic character in the film.
-STOP SAYING BROTHER.
- “Have you told your wife about us?” The hot French mistress can’t say anything that is not a vapid cliche.
-Why doesn’t Tom ever wash his hair?
-Oh, here’s Oscar Isaac in speedos. I am indifferent. That’s what this movie has done to me.
-Jack is hitting on the hot French mistress. Oh, go for it, girl. Tom is incredibly irritating. At least Jack is, like, nice to dogs.
-“I don’t even know if you exist as I understand existence.” Who talks like this?
-Jack kills Mark Wahlberg. Oh, well. At least he’s out of the movie. This was a merciful act.
-Wait, I figured out how they got Oscar Isaac to participate in this disastrous film: They kidnapped one of his brothers and are holding him hostage.That’s why he keeps saying “Brother!” IT’S CODE, PEOPLE! HELP OSCAR’S BROTHER!
-Jack is lecturing Tom about taking a human life. Jack, brother, you’re a serial killer.
-“I’m in the 99 percent, brother!” Wait, Jack is a Bernie fan!? I knew he wasn’t all bad.
-You know for someone who claims he’s determined to kill Tom, Jack sure does seem to be passing up every opportunity to, you know, actually kill Tom. Because “This has to end in the desert, brother!” Just kill him already.
- “Do you believe in the duality of the man?” “No, I believe in infinite complexity.” Everyone in this film talks like a Philosophy major on Acid.
-Oh, now Jack wants to play a game of Russian Roulette. Instead, Tom just picks up the gun and shoots him. This is only smart thing Tom has done in the film.
-Well, at least Tom has found a modicum of peace and happiness now. And it only took several murders for that to happen.
-The guy who wrote this also wrote The Departed. I am now questioning how good The Departed truly was.
“He who kills a soul unless it be (in legal punishment) for murder or for causing disorder and corruption on the earth will be as if he had killed all humankind.” (Quran, 5:32)
I can’t sympathize with those who have instrumentally used the terrorist attacks in France as a basis to stimulate anti-Islamic sentiments and hold 1.5 billion Muslims responsible for the sadistic actions of a dark-hearted cult of mass killers whom 99% of the Muslims worldwide despise and denounce.
By profiling and accusing people over the wrongdoing of a minority we simply only alienate and isolate people.
Bigotry against people under the pretext that we don’t like the way they worship or dress, or because a perverted minority has hijacked their ideology and justifies its cruelty through resorting to their sacred beliefs is in my view tantamount to theft in the daylight.
Spreading Islamophobia and fabricating a Muslim demon which everybody should be scared of is not a reasonable way of dealing with 1.5 billion people who bemoan the mayhem and carnage caused by the ISIS terrorists similarly as the people in the United States, Canada, Australia and Europe do.
Yes, it’s true that the “ISIS” stands for the words “Islamic State in Iraq and Syria,” but as the former British Prime Minister David Cameron, former Australian PM Tony Abbott and the Obama administration officials have accurately argued, ISIS is neither Islamic nor a state and they do not represent the nonviolent teachings and principles of an overwhelmingly peaceful majority.