off the hooks

What we have been waiting for!

Sort of. 

This episode wasn’t written by Duff, but Kendall, who LOVES Sharon. 

That’s why this episode is what we want. Not quantity, but QUALITY. We learned Andy’s ex’s name, we got Andy’s past and what went wrong in his marriage, we got Sharon & Ricky talking about her marriage and ex and faith, and we got back story on Sharon and the victim! Nothing physical, yet SO MUCH KNOWLEDGE shown to us. But it only happens when Kendall writes. 

So do not stop fighting for what you believe we deserve to see. The goal is to get DUFF writing these types of scripts, not just the writers who come in for one or two episodes a season :)

Side note - Mary was GORGEOUS in this episode. Hair, make-up, clothing was ON POINT. She was glowing again. I love that when it happens ♥

anonymous asked:

Date a girl who doesn't care what you wear, where you work, or what you look like. Date a girl who fought the gender binary and won, and now has the gender binary's job. Date a girl who has decreed that your expected social role is to get her a pizza every Thursday night, but you're off the hook for everything else.


“I was meant to sit next to Russell Harty and keep still and quiet. I was all dressed up like an Amazonian seductress, and treated like the hired help. This is no way to treat a guest. Being stuck there while he ignored me made me feel very uncomfortable.”

“I wasn’t attacking him because I was drunk or stoned. I was lashing out because I felt he was not being proper. Harty was rude. I wasn’t going to put up with it. I lashed out on live television. It takes balls to do that, which could be seen as a little crazy. And then they tried to get me back on the show! The ratings soared. I had done him a favor. They wanted a rematch. It was all so tacky.”

“When he died, my phone never stopped. It rang off the hook. What do you think about Russell Harty dying? Well, I am very sorry, but what do you want me to say? I didn’t know him at all. I didn’t kill him. I had nothing to do with it. I wasn’t there at all. I had an alibi.”

@psychopatx Moriarty never slapped Sherlock but there’s the whole thing where he, y'know, framed Sherlock and threatened to kill Sherlock’s friends unless Sherlock kills himself. So like, that’s not very nice of him 😂 look even Mrs Hudson isn’t off the hook for putting Sherlock in the boot, and if that’s considered mean then what Moriarty did is very very very mean

I bopped a roadhog off the map and they hooked me to try and take me down with them but the hook blew up my mech and I ejected backwards onto the map again

anonymous asked:

What I get from on and off relationship is that They hooked up a couple of times when they were young and maybe seriously started considering themselves as a couple last year. They are best friends and it must have felt easy and convenient... we have seen how sexual L's Friend circle is. Why it doesn't stick and how they manage to go back to being friends is something, isn't it? I mean if I go back and forth with a guy, I might cut ties all together. Why to fall back into the loop. (part 1)

love y’all, take care of yourselves, and take care of each others when you can. america’s been through some real shit before, and there are still people alive to tell you about it.

fuck nazis, fuck fascists, fuck bigots, and fuck “i respect your opinion” kinda bullshit that lets them off the hook and treats them like they aren’t a threat.

be there for yourself, and for each other, directly when you can, emotionally when you can. do what you can, support each other how you can.

love y’all. take care of yourselves. take care of each other.

just because it happened at school doesn’t mean it wasnt abuse, doesnt mean it wasnt trauma. teachers, students, administration…all of those can cause legitimate trauma.

it’s incredibly easy for people to get off the hook with abuse at school because the punishment system is he said/she said and the administrator’s word is final. its a system built to wipe records and take advantage of underprivileged students. school can be horribly traumatizing for some kids and their experiences should be validated, not continually swept under the carpet.

Don’t let people convince you that queer history is unimportant. That we are a side note, that our identities aren’t important enough to be mentioned in anything but the footnotes. While you cannot blame any one source for the erasure of our history you most certainly can hold every source accountable. Don’t let people off the hook for a second when they try to ignore the history of our community, we deserve better.

A map of the voting results if no white people had voted. Just to be clear, white people put Trump in office. Not non-voters or third parties. White people. And this is exactly why we need white people who consider themselves allies to step the fuck up and hold other white people accountable for all the horrible attitudes that put the country in this position. You are not off the hook. Your passiveness did this too. Every time you chose to remain silent, you contributed to an environment that tolerates Trump.
Trump Refugee Ban Clashes With Faith-Based Groups' Religious Missions
Six of the nine agencies that resettle refugees in the U.S. are religious groups. Their leaders say the president's decision to halt the refugee flow runs counter to their beliefs and ministry.

“It is deeply ingrained in our faith and our understanding of the Bible that we’re called to welcome the stranger and love and serve our neighbors,” says LIRS President Linda Hartke. “Not the neighbors that we choose, but the neighbors that God gives to us.”

The idea of prioritizing Christian refugees, as President Trump says he wants, does not come from Hartke’s church or from other Christian groups. The news that Trump wants to close the door to refugees, especially from Syria, has alarmed those Lutheran congregations that were prepared to accommodate refugees.

“My phone is ringing off the hook,” Hartke says, “from people in local churches who want to know when they can receive a refugee family. Those are hard calls to take — to have to tell people that the president’s decisions will likely mean that there won’t be refugees that they can be welcoming in the months and perhaps years ahead.”