‘You’ve always been the sweetest, kindest, and most loving man I’d ever met. I knew that the day I met you, and after all these years, you haven’t changed at all… I hope you never do.’
I had an idea of a more domestic scene with Enyo and Mamoru, since we don’t get to see it often. It’s late, they’re getting ready for bed, and Mamoru just surprises her with a little bit of affection. Enyo still loves him to death, she knows she’s awful at showing it and really wishes she knew how to fix that… But at the end of the day, Mamoru doesn’t mind at all. He just loves her, no matter what.
Ok so I had this image set queued but I need to bring it up now.
For some reason left Dukat has been haunting my computer.
This image. This fucking image. He shows up in my clipboard when I least expect it. I’ve been playing Dark Forces II, a 1997 game which I can’t use fraps on so I’ll do printscreen and usually it works.
But once in a while.
Dukat will show up instead.
I don’t know why. Maybe it’s a compatibility issue.
Maybe it’s something else.
I’ve certainly copy pasted other stuff since.
As far as I know, when you have text in a clipboard there’s no image.
Not with Dukat. He can do both. He can be an image file in one app and just a couple of lines of copy/paste text I wanted to send someone.
I’m not 100% sure if I’ve already rebooted my computer already, I think I have. I may have to face the fact that Gul Dukat, face eternally frozen in shock, may be haunting my computer.
Though many Americans are unaware, the word “gypsy” is a racial slur. Dressing up “as a gypsy” is not appropriate, even in a fantasy setting or for a Renaissance fair. Using the word if you are not actually Romani is not permissible.
Rosa Parks is most famous for her act of civil disobedience on December 1st, 1955, when she refused to obey the racial segregation laws in place in Alabama and give up her seat to a white man. However, Parks had been a long-time organizer before this- while she is sometimes portrayed as an apolitical actor, this is incorrect and misrepresents her life’s work.