rejected idea

Check out the official plot of the new “Tomb Raider” movie!

“Lara Croft is the fiercely independent daughter of an eccentric adventurer who vanished when she was scarcely a teen. Now a young woman of 21 without any real focus or purpose, Lara navigates the chaotic streets of trendy East London as a bike courier, barely making the rent, and takes college courses, rarely making it to class. Determined to forge her own path, she refuses to take the reins of her father’s global empire just as staunchly as she rejects the idea that he’s truly gone. Advised to face the facts and move forward after seven years without him, even Lara can’t understand what drives her to finally solve the puzzle of his mysterious death.

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Researching robots in therapy for a paper proposal I have to submit tomorrow! It’s a shame that while there’s been a ton of research done and we clearly have the technology to implement this sort of thing, so much of this stuff is still restricted theoretical/lab settings or being used solely in the occasional nursing home. 

middle-of-the-night spitballing, will not be bulletproof or well-supported or appropriately qualified to avoid goring anyone’s ox, will be flat-out deleted if it starts doing the rounds and attracting wank:

there is something deeply disturbing lurking at the heart of whatever cult-of-SJ madness has overtaken the left in the past decade, and it manifests as furious rejection of even the idea of… i want to call it pride? not pride as in arrogance or hubris, but pride as in dignity

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anonymous asked:

head canon request: did Chris Pike ever think about having children? did he ever want them or did he just totally reject that idea? or does he actually HAVE children that we just never hear about?

Good one! (I wrote about this in “prime numbers” a little bit, but some of it was intentionally vague; I’ll be a little more detailed here.)

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Cute past!Ardyn with his black chocobo *_*
I want to know more about Ardyn’s past life before he became evil guy…

I will never get over the fact that in the episode immediately after his transforming illness, immediately following a conversation where Iroh tells him that now is the time to decide between good and evil, in an episode literally called the Crossroads of Destiny, Zuko chooses terribly.He chooses to betray justice and his uncle for Azula. But Zuko is not lost, because it is not the final choice. His failure has consequences, the entire Earth Kingdom is essentially destroyed, but Zuko chooses betrayal in the Crossroads of Destiny and then goes on to learn from his mistakes and fight for justice. Zuko’s arc is a lot of amazing things, but my favorite is its hard rejection of the idea that there is a single time to turn your life around or a single point that damns you forever.

You know what? Fuck me up.

Give me a Sangwoo that gets so fucking obsessed over Bum that he’s paranoid over Bum being stolen away. Give me a Sangwoo that so forcibly rejects the idea of losing Bum that he gets ultra possessive/protective.

Give me Bum, so happy to finally have Sangwoo’s love, that he will do anything to protect Sangwoo. Give me a Bum that gets jealous over the attention Sangwoo pays his victims that he plays up the terrified captive bit to make the killings sweeter for Sangwoo. Give me a Bum that tricks the cops into believing that someone else hurt him, someone else (uncle, maybe?) broke his legs and tortured him and that Sangwoo saved him/is hiding him from the monster.

As much as I want Bum safe, I need this like burning. Maybe it’s the Hannigram fan in me, but I don’t want them separated… just maybe balance the scales a bit.

This is a reject idea for a comic I’m working on where  Aadil is a superintendent of a downtown brownstone by day art thief at night. He’s and is pretty well liked by all his tenants. Well almost he’s in love with Stewart (my other oc I sometimes draw)  his longest tenant and has tired many times over the years to get him out on a date with little success. but I liked the picture so here it be. 

Something I love about my generation: more and more of us are rejecting the idea that a household has to consist of a husband, wife, and 2.5 kids. A household can be five friends who live together: because the only way they can afford an actual house is to pool their resources, and because a family doesn’t have to involve sex or marriage vows, and because sharing a house with good friends can be the best support system and division of labor.

I am wholly for sharing a house with several friends – I know a lot of us joke about starting a “Fangirl Commune”, but this should be something we seriously consider as an option/alternative to following the same old traditions that don’t appeal to us/can’t possibly work for us.

I love when I’m proving a point by saying something was created, coined or popularized by a black woman, and someone responds “No it wasn’t.” So I ask them, who created it?.. and they don’t actually know

It’s just very telling how quickly people can reject the idea of black women creating anything they view as substantial

honestly it’s so rich that trump, a man who has continually scorned and rejected the idea of “safe spaces” along with “pc culture” is upset that an older white man was singled out and respectfully asked to consider certain groups of people in the office he has sworn to uphold. the irony is killing me….“the theatre should be a safe space”…..give me a BREAK

If Tamlin caught the Suriel in ACOMAF

You! You can’t lie! So tell me .. where… is… Feyre?

The Suriel : Uh. Hmm, well, uh, I don’t know where she’s not

Tamlin: You’re telling me you don’t know where Feyre is?

The Suriel : It wouldn’t be inaccurate to assume that I couldn’t exactly not say that it is or isn’t almost partially incorrect.

Tamlin: So you do know where she is!

The Suriel : On the contrary. I’m possibly more or less not definitely rejecting the idea that in no way with any amount of uncertainty that I undeniably

Tamlin: Stop it!

The Suriel : …do or do not know where she shouldn’t probably be, if that indeed wasn’t where she isn’t. Even if she wasn’t at where I knew she was.
That’d mean I’d really have to know where she wasn’t.

GUYS

Jack was dragging Holster because he carried Bitty around in his puck bunny costume. Holster touched Bitty’s butt. Jack didn’t get to see Bitty’s costume in person.

Jack is jealous, and not trying to hide it that hard.

Jeff Sessions thinks pot is only “slightly less awful” than heroin. He’s completely wrong.

When it comes to drug use, Attorney General Jeff Sessions thinks marijuana dependency is only “slightly less awful” than heroin dependency.During a speech in Richmond, Virginia, to an audience of federal, state and local law enforcement on Wednesday, Sessions — the highest legal authority in the United States — said that he rejects “the idea that America will be a better place if marijuana is sold in every corner store.”  Read more. (3/15/2017 3:30 PM)

MythBusters  {Sentence Starters}

  • “Holy crap, RUN!”
  • “Here comes chaos!”
  • “QUACK, damn you!”
  • “When in doubt… C-4.”
  • “Am I missing an eyebrow?”
  • “Well, there’s your problem…”
  • “Failure is ALWAYS an option!”
  • “Generally, I prefer a little bit more.”
  • “I always enjoy seeing _____ in pain.”
  • “This is starting to feel like a BAD idea….”
  • “I reject your reality and substitute my own.”
  • “Our Death Ray doesn’t seem to be working.”
  • “If it’s worth doing, it’s worth overdoing, right?”
  • “High explosives and electricity, WHOO HOO!”
  • “This is why we can never have anything nice…”
  • “If I had any dignity, that would have been humiliating.”
  • “Oh, my God! This is more fun than should be allowed.”
  • “This is one of those ‘What the hell am I doing?’ moments.”  
  • “Remember, don’t try this at home. We’re what you call EXPERTS.”
  • “I think that was one of the most destructive things I’ve ever done. That was cool!”
  • “I think this thing could hurt you. I think we’re about to find out whether it will hurt you.”
  • “Remember kids, the only difference between screwing around and science is writing it down!”
  • “You know, I promised my mom and dad I wouldn’t do anything stupid after I got out of college.”