legacy live

shatt reunion spoilers

shiro, tears streaming down his face: bro,,,,, you look good bro……
matt, embracing him: bro……..you too bro,,
shiro, smiling through the tears: bro i was so lost without you….i missed you so much,, bro
matt, smiling back: you tryna get a kiss bro? a little kissy kiss bro? bro? a smooch on the lips bro? a smooch bro?
(they kiss)

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Pride parades are known for glitter, upbeat music and happy people dancing on bright floats, as they make their way through loud, colorful crowds.

This was not a pride parade.

“Stonewall began as a riot,” Sian Lewis, a member of the D.C. planning committee for the Equality March, said, as “YMCA” by the Village People blared from large, black speakers behind her.

“We are living the legacy of Stonewall,” she said.

Crowds stretched for blocks across the parade route near the National Mall, and while Lewis said they anticipated more than 200,000 marchers, she said the number of people who showed up blew their expectations.

Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, straight, white, black, Latinx Americans and people from across the world all marched in solidarity Sunday to protest how they believe the Trump administration could negatively affect the LGBT community.

Participants were all ages. And they came from all over the world, on two feet or more.

The political march for equality comes one day after the Pride Parade in D.C., while marches and protests are ongoing around the country this June for Pride month.

And many participants feel as if this time in history is a turning point for the LGBT movement. They see it as an opportunity to note that while LGBT rights increased over the past decade, there’s still a long way to go.

D.C. Equality March Makes Pride Political

Photos: Liam James Doyle/NPR

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Bomb A** Traits | PT 1

SO! I made some traits and decided to share them with you guys. There are 10 traits in total, in which I will be separating into two parts. I tested all of the traits and NONE of them should affect your sims needs (some have buffs but not all of them). Anyways, here are the descriptions on each trait and what they do. All of these traits are pretty self explanatory.

Basic: Due to the fact that this sim is SO basic, they are often inspired to become NOT basic (meaning they want to be everything that they aren’t). Career gain remains the same. Needs decay decreased, some creative skills also increased such as baking, photography, all cooking skills, guitar, and bar tending. All mental skills decrease to -5. As well as comedy, charisma, & mischief.

IN GAME DESCRIPTION - HOW TO: Be a basic sim | 1. You loveeeee coffee 2. Leggings…ALL DAY ERRDAY 3. You only wear name brand makeup (I bet you have the Kylie Lip Kit on right now!) 4. You’re always inventing new hastags on your social media 5. You always give a friendly introduction to every sim you meet. 6. You never turn down a party or date invite. 7. You stay taking selfies 8. You’d rather join the Paragons than any other club. 9. Bella Goth is BAE 10.#You have the right to remain basic.

Headass: The description says it all. This sim can easily make friends but due to them being such a headass their relationship can decay pretty quickly unless if they are really good friends with the sim. This trait will make them dazed most of the time. All skills are decreased (meaning it takes longer for this sim to level up in any skill)

IN GAME DESCRIPTION - If any other sim were to use one word to describe you. This would be it. Headass:- Most commonly used to describe either a person that looks or does something stupid and/or embarrassing. 

♢ LIT: Because this sim is always so LIT they will often always be energized. They quickly advance in skills and in their careers.

IN GAME DESCRIPTION - Are you a sim that is always LIT? For example, you’re at a party and a sim has just passed away on the very same dance floor that you’ve been dancing on all night. Now, you should feel bad or even sad but no, all you can think about is how LIT the party is. So you continue to dance the night away. A LIT sim will always be energized, ready to party and happy. This is what being LIT is all about.

♢ NoChill:This sim tends to be tense all of the time. They can quickly advance in their career but due to having NO Chill, they will often get demoted for being in a bad mood, so be sure to keep their needs up. (Refer to in game description)

IN GAME DESCRIPTION - Are you a sim that can go from 0-100, real quick!? Does any little thing quickly get you riled up to the point where you just wanna beat a sims a**? You’re not a crazy sim, you just simply have NO chill. Sims with this trait are easily irritated by stupid things, other sims, objects, heck just about anything! If you upset them, they’ll never be friends with you again. I wouldn’t recommend getting on this sims bad side. 

♢ RudeBoy: A sim with this trait will always be ready to pop off or fight another sim. If anyone talks out the side of their mouth to this sim, well lets just say that shit will go DOWN. They tend to be mischievous and gain athletic and physical skills fairly quickly. 

IN GAME DESCRIPTION - Are you a sim that’s about that life? Do you even know what “about that life” means?

DOWNLOAD!!  ( old link - in the description box)

Note:  DO NOT RE-UPLOAD or REDISTRIBUTE.  If you run into any issues, please feel free to message me as soon as possible so that I can fix it. Thanks and happy simming! 😊 Part 2 Coming SOON! 😊

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March 8th 1935: Hachikō the dog dies

On this day in 1935, the world famous dog Hachikō died. Hachikō was a dog from Japan who became famous worldwide for his extraordinary loyalty to his owner - Hidesaburō Ueno. Ueno was a professor at the University of Tokyo, and each day Hachikō would greet him at Shibuya Station when he returned from work. One day in May 1925, Ueno did not return. He had suffered a cerebral hemorrhage and died, so he never met Hachikō at the station that day. However, every day for the next nine years, Hachikō waited at the station, appearing precisely when the train was due. Hachikō attracted the attention of many people, including one of Ueno’s former students who published articles about the dog. The Japanese considered his loyalty and faithfulness to his master an example of family loyalty for all to follow. On this day in 1935, Hachikō was found dead on a street in Shibuya; he had died from terminal cancer and worms. His legacy lives on, with a bronze statue of him erected at Shibuya Station and many films made about his life.

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Today is what would have been Trayvon Martin’s 22nd birthday if he had not been shot down in the street. His legacy lives powerfully on

On February 5, 2017, Trayvon Martin would’ve turned 22. Instead, he was shot and killed just a few weeks after celebrating his 17th birthday. People are using the occasion to reflect on his life and the issues to which his death brought attention. Here is how the internet commemorated him.

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1967 Shelby GT350

For 1967, the Shelby GT350 continues with the same engine of the previous years.

Special specimens or versions were manufactured as follows:
- A Shelby GT Hard Top, which would be a precursor to the Ford Mustang California Special.

- A Shelby GT500 Convertible, precursor of the 1968 exemplars.

- A Fastback was fitted with a modified 427 engine to give 650 cf and was known as the “Super Snake”. Only this prototype was produced with those specifications.

The Ford Mustang was redesigned for the 1967 model, in the case of the Shelby, it receives a longer hood that is now made of fiberglass, as well as new defenses. And although you could still see the original design of 1965, these additions gave it a much more aggressive appearance. At the freight of the hood you can distinguish vents that cool the engine. Shelby included new rear lights (transplanted from a 1967 Mercury Cougar, while the 1968 model used the rear lights of the 1965 Ford Thunderbird), and a “Kamm”, this was a type of tail or spoiler, to improve aerodynamics.

The 4.7-liter V8 (289 cu in) had 306 cf and 329 lb ft of torque with a four- barrels Holley carburetor. Line equipped a manual transmission of 4 speeds and optionally an automatic of 3.

Here's the beautiful thing about theatre:

It’s always changing. Shows come and go and, as much as that hurts sometimes (Tuck I’m looking at you), it’s also a good thing. Because when one show closes, another opens. You have your staples that will be (or seem to be) there forever, like Phantom and Wicked, and you have those shows that maybe their run isn’t as long as others, but they can impact people in major ways like Newsies and Next to Normal. You have the shows whose legacies live on like Les Mis and you have the shows whose legacy is only beginning, such as Dear Evan Hansen. Theatre is ever expanding and different and growing and I don’t know I’m just having a lot of theatre feels today.