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After the death of one of the rich and popular Martin twins on 4th July, the small town of Beacon Hills investigates the murder. The series starts in September, the beginning of a new school year that brings new students, relationships and reveals the mysteries of the past 4th July.


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“Why haven’t they told us anything” Jason demanded. My god he was twitching he was so anxious and now he was starting to make his inpatients clear to any office staff that passed.

Cheryl sighed closing the magazine she had been reading and placed a hand on her brother’s shoulder.
“J you have to calm down. I’m sure they’ll be out any second with news” she eyed one of the nurses who quickly rushed away, probably trying to find out news for the two rich twins.

When your boyfriend Jason heard you were in the hospital he and Cheryl quickly got here to see how you were doing but obviously they hadn’t figured that out yet. Jason was seriously freaking out.

“I’m just scared is all” Jason admitted, Cheryl could feel him shaking “I want to know she’s okay”.

“She will be J, she will be”.



Matt And Macklin on stage at BurCon 2016

This is too adorable for words!!!!! 😍👶🍼

P.S. He’s basically wearing the same outfit as his daddy!!!!! The pants are even the exact same colour! 👨‍👦👖

thewindysideofcare  asked:

A short history of Critical Role as I patched it together: Vox Machina started... somewhere... and then quickly did a lot of stuff, mainly liberated some cities and killed a beholder and lost a magic carpet somewhere. Also there used to be a Dragon man, but later there was Pike, who seems a great murder kitten momma sort of person, she is besties with Grog, who is a giant and not the brightest tool in the shed, but he is hilarious and awesome. Then there are the twins, one of whom is cursed and

and the other is married to Percy, who is a gunslinger. He has a lot of magical weapons. They are rich? The cursed twin is with the beautiful vegan druid and his armor smells. Then therea are not-Scanlan and Doty, who keeps saying the dude’s name TERRY. Ok, got it now. Who is rich and savy in an unassuming but ridiculously charming sort of way. Someone owns a bakery? Pike is from a rogue-ish family of gnomes. Matt Mercer is too talented by half and the DM. And how is this 4-hour board game so hilarious and tense at the same time? Why do I want more? THERE IS A BEAR.


I mean…. well, that’s not wrong

There’s a nifty lil Critical Role Primer and the TL;DR version. That helps explain some of the major arcs and NPCs. 


Mike & Rich - Waltz

This is off the updated version of this album, released in 2016.

6 things you need to know about US rockers Highly Suspect

From rocking out iconic London venues to strolling down the Grammys red carpet, Cape Cod trio Highly Suspect have come a long way since their days as a cover band putting their own spin on Sublime, Jimi Hendrix and Pink Floyd tracks.

After their first EP of original music, First Offense, became a huge success in 2010, the band – made up of twin brothers Rich and Ryan Meyer and their best friend Jonny Stevens – decided to relocate to Brooklyn, New York, and just five years later their debut album received two Grammy nominations.

A second album, The Boy Who Died Wolf, followed and the band are enjoying fame across the pond.

2017 has been a whirlwind of fun as they hit the road and played their biggest ever UK show at Koko in London.

Elliott Beddoe and Joe Nerssessian caught up with the Jonny and Ryan and learned a little more about their rising fame. So here’s a little bit more about the band you need to know about.

Their popularity in the UK is rising and rising

Highly Suspect’s Rich, Jonny and Ryan (L-R) (Jenn Five)

Highly’s UK audience has rocketed since their first gig at The Old Blue Last in Camden and they are really happy about it.

“We always had fun playing at small, dirty, grey, London venues. Everything is sweaty and it’s dripping off the ceilings,” says drummer Ryan Meyer. Front man Johnny Stevens adds: “We love UK crowds. They interact. They sing along. They cheer. They push each other around in a playful manner. They lose their s***!”

And they didn’t hold back at Koko either. Queues around the historic venue began growing more than two hours before the gig and there was little to be disappointed with as hundreds of fans moshed themselves happy through an emphatic performance by the trio.

They are coming back to the UK this summer

Highly Suspect’s Rich, Jonny and Ryan (L-R) (Jenn Five)

Following the success of the Koko gig, Highly are returning for a British Summer Time gig in Hyde Park. The boys will return on July 6 alongside a line-up which includes Kings Of Leon and The Pixies.

We bet they’re pretty stoked about the news. Here’s what Jonny thought about their UK festival debut at Reading and Leeds last year.

“It was one of the best festivals we’ve played at. There was a circle pit that was so dry; there was this cloud of dust in a shape of a doughnut rising above the pit. There were kids screaming, girls crying. What are we? The f****** Beatles. I loved it. It was awesome.”

They are no fans of Donald Trump

Donald Trump (Andrew Milligan/PA)

The boys are not afraid to hold back on saying what they really think and have vehemently opposed the US President. And Jonny even had the word “Impeach” imprinted on his Grammy 2016 outfit. But they’re more thoughtful than just that.

“Even if you love music but hate the politics we stand for, that’s fine by me,” says Jonny.

“My problem is with the type of people he’s attracting. Whether they are through actions or words, they’re going to hurt people.”

Ryan adds: “Some of my family members are Trump supporters. I know them well. I love them and I care for them. If you are a Trump supporter, it gives the connotation that you believe what he believes in. He is clearly misogynistic a******.”

They lost a Grammy to Bowie

David Bowie (Yui Mok/PA)

Having received three Grammy nominations across their first two albums, the rockers have certainly made their mark. Battling against the late David Bowie as well as Radiohead was always going tough but they didn’t take it too badly.

“It was an honour to lose to Bowie,” says Ryan. “That opportunity will never present itself again. I got to walk the red carpet twice and was in a category amongst legends. I sat almost 60ft away from Lady Gaga and Metallica. Those memories will be kept.”

Highly come from humble beginnings

Stardom never comes without hard work.

Highly had their own story to share. “Growing up we all played music because we loved it. Johnny was in theatre. He knows how to portray his emotions and people can feel that,” explains Ryan, adding: “I played in the school band. We used to do landscape construction, working as plumbers. We all had callus on our hands throughout our mid-twenties. When the cover band we did on the side started getting big, we were able to quit our jobs.”

A third album is almost definitely on its way

Their second studio album, The Boy Who Died Wolf, was released last year and has spent over 22 weeks on the Billboard charts. More good news, album number three will most certainly happen, according to Ryan.

“We will see what happens after touring the s*** out of this album. I think if we put a little elbow grease in there, we can get the people another album as long as it’s good.

“I want to like the music we put out. I want to make sure what we’re putting out is high quality.”

Highly Suspect play British Summer Time on July 6.