I just realized something today. You know how we always rant about
the (old, too old) age of the actors playing Harry Potter’s parents in the movies?
Snape, Sirius Black and Remus Lupin were (more or less) 31 years old
when Harry started to attend Hogwarts.
in the movies, they were interpreted by a 55 year old (Alan
Rickman), a 43 year old (Gary Oldman) and a 38 year old (David
Thewlis) respectively. (These are the ages they were when
the first movie was released.)
you know Ben Barnes, who is often fancasted as teenage
Sirius Black? He is 35 years old, only a year younger than Sirius
was when he died. So Ben Barnes is in fact a good fancast for
old Sirius! And Andrew Garfield, who is often fancasted
as teenage Remus? 33. Yep. You get my point here.
Are you interested in watching Adventure Time, but intimidated by the thought of watching 252 episodes? Have you watched the series before, but want to watch again without any filler episodes (unless it’s Bubbline, of course)? This is for you!
After seeing a request in the ATimers tag, I have compiled a list of all the Adventure Time episodes that contain major plot, important backstory, major characterization, and/or Bubbline moments. I have also included optional episodes that I think will increase your understanding/enjoyment of the show (I put the reason next to it; if it says something about being an arc, backstory, characterization, etc., be warned that not watching may make the major plot points of the show a bit more confusing for you).
I condensed the show down to 128 of the 10-minute episodes (69 episodes if you don’t watch any of the optional episodes). Optional episodes are in italics. Episodes with Bubbline moments, characterization of Marcy/Princess Bubblegum (PB), or major backstory/plot related to Marcy/PB are in bold. Anything with a an asterisk (*) can be watched at any time (order doesn’t matter, though you may still want to watch it in the same season).
I hope this helps someone out since I spent three hours putting it together! Without further ado…
Get To Know Important People At Bayern Munich: Team Manager Kathleen Krüger
Ladies and Gentlemen, Kathleen Krüger! She is the team manager of Bayern Munich and I’ve met her in February - she’s awesome.
She played football herself at Bayern Munichs Womens Team from 2003 to 2009.
She’s 31 years old, was former assistant of Christian Nerlinger (former sporting director) and since a couple of years, she is our team manager.
She’s responsible for everything around the team: planning and booking the away trips, organizing events with sponsors of the players, checking that the bus is leaving on time and she’s even responsible for the teams free-time activities during the trainings camp.
She also once said, that she prefers to do her work in the background and doesn’t want to be noticed. When I met her, she told us, that actually her whole life rotates around her work - she nearly has to be available for 24/7. To get things off her mind, she enjoys going jogging near the Isar.
The team absolutely adores her - and she’s the only woman, who works that close with the team. They all have a lot of respect for her and love her a lot - when I was talking with her, she was always referring to the players as ‘her boys’.
Here, have Franck Ribery singing ‘Kathleen Krüger, you are the best woman in the world”
I’ve met her as a really self-confident, independent and strong woman who’s not taking shit from anybody and knows exactly, what she can do. We are lucky to have her, because without her, probably half of our team would’ve gotten lost somewhere and I hope, she will stay for a very long time with us xx
Unable to accept that her 17-year-old son, Itaberli Lonzano,
was gay, 31-year-old Tatiana Lozano Pereira, from Brazil, decided she would
commit the most heinous act against her very own son. After an argument over
her son’s sexuality at Christmas, Taraiana told him that she would accept him
and that she forgave him for what she perceived as sins. However, this couldn’t have been further from the
truth. In fact, she had decided that she was going to kill him.
In January of 2017, Tatiana hired two local teenagers that were known to be involved in petty crimes. She had hired them to
murder Itaberli. She let the two teenagers into her home where they hid in wait
for her son. When Itaberli arrived, he called hello to his mother. Instead of
getting a reply, the two teenagers jumped out and started stabbing at Itaberli.
Unsuccessful in their attempt to end his life, an infuriated Tatiana grabbed a kitchen knife
and stabbed her son to death herself. Afterwards, she and her husband, Alex
Pereira, burned his body in a desolate field. Itaberli’s grandfather reported
him missing just days later and it wouldn’t be long until police began to suspect Tatiana. She
didn’t report her own son missing, after all. She soon confessed to the
“He had a job, he was very polite and he never quarrelled with
anyone. He only had problems with his mother, who did not accept that he was a
homosexual,” his uncle recalled. She is currently awaiting sentencing.
“A few months ago, in therapy, I found myself uttering the following words: “But if I’m not a good girl, who will want to keep me?” I am 31 years old and I still feel as though I owe this picture, my white parents, something impossible: my silent gratitude. I still feel that if I dare to question, challenge, or speak truth to my snapshots as a black transracial adoptee, I will be “sent back” or “unadopted” for being ungrateful. What happens if I say to them:
Look, I have often felt unseen in your home, your home in which I was in many ways expected to live up to the myth of colorblindness. Your love alone does not protect me from the fact of my black skin.”
Necessary Reading. Required reading. Especially if you plan to transracially adopt or foster. Get uncomfortable. Have the conversations. Reposting and will post again. Please share.