“I keep to an 80% to 20% rule. 80%, I maintain my healthy lifestyle, but 20% of the time I relax, have some dessert and eat tacos. I think it’s important to start now, as soon as possible, to begin committing yourself to a fit and healthy lifestyle. You only have one body, and one life, and you are fortunate to have that, it is important to love it and take care of it. Giving up is more heartbreaking to me than failing could ever be.”

do u ever just remember, at the end of the episode “no brakes”

after the train crashes and team RWBY are trying to get up out of the rubble

you see blake and yang understandably having trouble with it, but manage to get up in some way

and then it pans to weiss

shes just sitting there, with a weird ass smile on her face and giving a thumbs up

its almost ironic how frequent adults will tell children growing up that “you can be anything you want to be” but when those children come out as trans, gay, aro, ace, etc, anything out of the cis hetero-normativity that immediately that “you can be anything you want to be” evolves to “you can be anything you want to be as long as I want you to be it” and often times I find that a lot of ‘quotes’ we grew up with that encourage self-growth and acceptance translate to much more than what we were told. like we can be anything we want but make sure your parents, friends, peers, co-workers and society deems it acceptable because if not suddenly all those quotes have this previously unspoken addition to them. as if as children we were supposed to know this. and i can’t see how this is any different than blatantly telling a child a lie. 

pls play apollo justice at some point, especially if you’ve played dual destinies already. you are missing so much character stuff. so much….relationship stuff. like dual destinies did a decent job of making it friendly to new-comers but the emotional stuff you’re missing by not having AJ in there is a LOT.

The most dangerous man to any government is the man who is able to think things out for himself, without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos. Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane, and intolerable …
—  H. L. Mencken