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  • Mako: Oh, hey, chief. Did you get my report on the triad murder?
  • Lin: Yeah, I looked it over. Nice work.
  • Mako: Good. Thanks, mom.
  • Lin: ...
  • Mako: Why is everyone staring at me?
  • Asami: You just called Chief Beifong "mom."
  • Mako: What? No, I didn't. I said, "thanks, ma'am."
  • Lin: Do you see me as a mother figure, Mako?
  • Mako: No. If anything, I see you as a "bother" figure, 'cause you're always bothering me.
  • Korra: Hey, show your mother some respect!
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Ethereal: Angst/ fluff/ supernatural abilities/ high school AU | 72k + | AU- Superpowers. Dan’s not normal. In fact, he has never met a single person exactly like him. No one else can move objects with their mind, just by a simple thought. He lives life carefully, limited interactions and semi-non-existent social life. That is, until a pair of sapphire eyes change everything. | Dan Howell/ Phil Lester, PJ Liguori/ Chris Kendall | Complete

Prologue | Chapter 1| Chapter 2 | Chapter 3 | Chapter 4 | Chapter 5 | Chapter 6 | Chapter 7 | Chapter 8 | Chapter 9 | Chapter 10 | Chapter 11 | Chapter 12 | Chapter 13 | Chapter 14 | Chapter 15 | Chapter 16 | Chapter 17 | Chapter 18 | Chapter 19 | Chapter 20 | Chapter 21 | Chapter 22 | Chapter 23  | Chapter 24  |  Chapter 25 | Chapter 26 | Chapter 27 |  Epilogue

I hate that entire family so much.  I hate the stupid anti-Christ kid this country actually made President– I hated every day of the shitty 8 years we had to put up with that fake-cowboy male cheerleader.  I hate that weakling Jeb.  I hate that Savings & Loan piece of shit that no one ever talks about.  I hate their granddad, the Nazi collaborator.   I hate their mom– yeah, you know what, fuck that old lady, too– George Washington called, you stole his look, lady.   Bush Sr. … Republicans have gotten so much worse since him that he almost seems quaint, his kids made me like him in comparison, but still… stuff like the Willie Horton ad?  That’s still one of the most racist thing I’ve ever seen happen politically.  It’s still the “worst case scenario” for a political campaign ad.  

I hate these people in a very real, clumsy-but-true way. All of their miseries are cause for celebration. Not having to hear his name anymore is cause for celebration.  Knowing the next time we hear about them in the news is when their mom dies is cause for celebration.  (Or maybe if a loving God ever shows mercy and sends Dick Cheney one last extremely-painful heart attack, then their names come up then too, I guess– it’s all blue skies from here).  

Whatever else can be said about him, watching Donald Trump lay into that little shit during the debates was such an unmitigated pleasure – unmitigated even knowing that guy is a vulgar fascist and unmistakable sign-of-the-end-times.  I seriously think at one point during the last debate, I heard Trump tell Jeb “your mom should run [instead of you]”…!  I never imagined that could feel so good to watch… 8 years I spent, waiting for a Democrat to treat them like that and except for one time where they let Stephen Colbert near a microphone, it never happened– Hillary Clinton wanted to probably, but she was too busy voting for the Iraq War to get around to it. As one of our country’s greatest historical figures John Spartan once put it, “send a maniac to catch one.”  And this time, America did that.  America finally listened to the Demolition Man

Knowing that a political party and a country that family personally helped make vulgar and stupid and hate-filled enough to take Donald Trump seriously is what finally tripped them up… it’s s like the end of some beautiful Greek play.  I just sincerely hope Jeb cried some more when he realized how disappointed his dad probably was in him.

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