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Criminal AUs
  • “The police just threatened you to put your weapon down and you retorted by saying that you’ll take something extremely valuable, and then you grabbed me wTF DID YOU JUST WINK AT ME.”
  • “Y'know, I wouldn’t be so mad about this whole ‘I was secretly a criminal the whole time thing’ if you hadn’t just killed our professor, I mean c'mon dude I know he was a douche to me but that’s no excuse to just MuRDer SOMEONE.”
  • “Okay, I’m sorry, but I CLEARLY got here first.”
  • “You got thrown into prison because you were covering for a relative/your friend and it’s so obvious you don’t fit in here and it’s actually pathetic, so how about I (someone who’s been in here for ages) show you the ropes?”
  • “Pfft, you’re the newbie and you look like such a wuss it’s unreal, I bet you couldn’t handle a single punc — WOAH I WAS NOT EXPECTING YOU TO PUNCH THAT HARD… okay, but you’ve GOT to teach me how to do that and I might be oddly attracted to you?? whaaaat???”
  • “I caught you in the middle of robbing this store and I’m so reporting this, and NO  i will not be bribed; OMG WHAT THEY HAVE THIS I’VE BEEN LOOKING FOR THIS FOR AGES… okay, maybe I will. “
  • “okay, I know I’m a security guard and I’m not meant to talk to any of the prisoners but seriously you are just so chatty and lovable it’s kind of hard not to talk to you, how did you even get in here???” 
  • “I’m only talking to you, the security guard, because I have a plan to get out of here but I think i kinda like you a bit more (ok a lot more) than the other guards, holy shit I might not leave because of you.”
  • BONUS: “What do you mean you want me to come with you??”
  • “Hey, you know all the expensive things you’ve been getting me the past few months? How did you even manage to afford that? … omfg please tell me you’re joking — YOU’RE NOT JOKING WHAT THE HELL.”
  • “you take the term ‘partner in crime’ to a whole new level.” 
Taught (Bucky Barnes x O/C)

Originally posted by stuckwithbuck

A/N: The third and final part of the ‘Caught’ series. I got a little carried away. And by carried away, I mean I wrote my longest fic ever, clocking in at 4.3k words. Keep hydrated, prepare your underwear ladies- because it is about to get hot in here. 

Part One- Caught

Part Two- Worked 

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Worked (Bucky Barnes x O/C)

Originally posted by lancetucker

A/N: AKA, part 2 of ‘Caught’, a three parter series I am going to write about Professor Barnes because holy hell, I am so thirsty for that bastard. Literally, it’s not even real how down I am with this AU. ANYWAY. Enjoy!

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‘Prediction professor’ who called Trump’s big win also made another forecast: Trump will be impeached
Allan Lichtman says Republicans would prefer a President Pence.

Few prognosticators predicted a Donald Trump victory ahead of Tuesday night. Polls showed Hillary Clinton comfortably ahead, and much of America (chiefly the media) failed to anticipate the wave of pro-Trump support that propelled him to victory. But a Washington, D.C.-based professor insisted that Trump was lined up for a win — based on the idea that elections are “primarily a reflection on the performance of the party in power.

Allan Lichtman uses a historically based system of what he calls “keys” to predict election results ahead of time. The keys are explained in-depth in Lichtman’s book, “Predicting the Next President: The Keys to the White House 2016.” In our conversations in September and October, he outlined how President Obama’s second term set the Democrats up for a tight race, and his keys tipped the balance in Trump’s favor, even if just barely.

At the end of our September conversation, Lichtman made another call: that if elected, Trump would eventually be impeached by a Republican Congress that would prefer a President Mike Pence — someone whom establishment Republicans know and trust.

“I’m going to make another prediction,” he said. “This one is not based on a system; it’s just my gut. They don’t want Trump as president, because they can’t control him. He’s unpredictable. They’d love to have Pence — an absolutely down-the-line, conservative, controllable Republican. And I’m quite certain Trump will give someone grounds for impeachment, either by doing something that endangers national security or because it helps his pocketbook.”

So while Republican voters clearly came home before Nov. 8 — network exit polls show 90 percent of GOP voters cast ballots for Trump — it’s less clear that the party leadership is on board. (Lichtman actually isn’t the only person to predict a Trump impeachment; this morning, the New York Times’s David Brooks suggested that a Trump impeachment or resignation was “probably” in the cards sometime within the next year.)

It’s worth noting that Lichtman’s predictions use very different methods than pollsters and data-based prognosticators. Some statisticians take issue with the structure of his system, a set of 13 true/false questions, saying that the binary nature of his keys leads to what’s called “overfitting,” which is basically creating a system that fits the data but has little statistical significance. But Lichtman counters by saying that the system has correctly predicted every election since 1984 (specifically, his predictions have picked the next president correctly in all of those elections but 2000, when he picked Al Gore, who won the popular vote). And Lichtman has his own criticism of data-based predictions.

“Polls are not predictors,” he said Friday in an email. “They are snapshots that simulate an election. They are abused and misused as predictors. Even the analysis of polls by Nate Silver and others which claimed a probable Clinton victory with from more than 70 percent to 99 percent certainty are mere compilations that are no better than the underlying polls.”

And he has particular disdain for prediction systems that assign a likelihood of winning.

“For all his acclaim, Nate Silver is only a clerk, not a scientific analyst,” Lichtman said.

As for the real reason for Trump’s win, Lichtman says the blame can’t be put on Hillary Clinton or her campaign — rather, he says, it was decided by the larger forces that shape American politics.

“The Democrats cannot rebuild by pointing fingers at Hillary Clinton and her campaign, which as the Keys demonstrated, were not the root cause of her defeat,” he said. “The Democrats can rehabilitate themselves only by offering an inspiring progressive alternative to Republican policies and building a grass-roots movement.”

im also hella salty b/c in botany i sit next to a super cute girl, and my professor had us switch groups last class so i dont sit next to her anymore. i wanted to die.

Futurama: Professor Hubert Farnsworth [ENFP]

OFFICIAL TYPING by mysterylover123

Extroverted Intuition (Ne): The Professor is a creative type, always coming up with new and outlandish ideas. He makes up plenty of new inventions but never seems to focus on any one plan for very long. A lot of his inventions have no practical application and simply seem to be from an idea he liked and decided to work on. He’s quick to jump to conclusions, and often makes strange connections between points that down seem clear to anyone else.

Introverted Feeling (Fi): The Professor is more likely to do something on principle than for some logical purpose. He isn’t outwardly affectionate and doesn’t display friendship easily. He’s loyal to the people who’ve served him in the past – there’s pleanty of tactile evidence that Zoidberg is a lousy doctor for humans and Bender is a troublemaker, but they’ve been the professor’s allies so he keeps them around.

Extroverted Thinking (Te): He’s the leader of Planet Express and slips naturally into the authoritative role, issuing commands and organizing his environment. He is blunt and direct with his opinions and tells people off when they aren’t being efficient enough. Although most of his inventions have no real practical application, he can sometimes work together a very useful device when needed.

Introverted Sensing (Si): The Professor has a long history that he sometimes dwells on, but he dislikes being bogged down by tradition, or forced to obey strict rules. He has a fuzzy memory, which is partly from being old, but also from his own lack of concentration. He doesn’t like to discuss details about projects or practical applications.

anonymous asked:

Wth, you're studying law! Why is anyone doubting your ability to think critically and analyse things 😂

My next blog is going to be me posting my case briefs.

I’m in a class on capital punishment right now, so they’re not even as boring as the ones from my Contracts class from 1L year.  Or, god forbid, marital property.  No one wants to read about people fighting over retirement funds while they’re divorcing.  And my con law case briefs are like really long b/c my professor was insane and made us memorize the cases.  (She liked me, though, so she called on me for abortion cases and let me spout my opinions, knowing they’d bug the conservatives in the class.)

Also, true story, I swear I got a good grade in Business Organizations because I actually referenced Hamilton a lot in my policy essay (see? my interests bleed!).

And, like, in general, you have no idea how many times I have to read “Alexander Hamilton in The Federalist Papers said” every day.