Snape: is a terrorist, verbally abuses kids, abuses his position as a teacher, led to the death of two if not more people, ruined someone’s career by outing them as a werewolf, physically threw a child out of the room, was a kids biggest fear (the same kid whose parents were tortured into insanity), called his only friend a racial slur after she attempted to help him, literally didn’t find anything wrong with voldemort’s political position and only the fact that he wanted to kill his obsession, was fine with dumbledore saving lily but not james or harry suggesting snape didn’t give two craps about lily’s happiness and only cared for him being the rebound.
james: a fifteen year old who bullied (let this be clear that i highly doubt snape didn’t retaliate) who grew up from that and stopped, saved his enemies life, became animagi with two others to help his other best friend each month, was unapologetically a blood traitor, helped sirius escape from his family, fostered sirius, offered all his friends money if they needed it, joined an anti-terrorist organisation at the peak of the war when voldemort looked like he might win (and james was 17/18 when he did this), gave up everything he had known to go into hiding and protect his son and wife, LITERALLY DIED WANDLESS KNOWING HE WOULDNT SURVIVE BUT HOPING HE WOULD BE ABLE TO STALL ENOUGH TIME SO HIS WIFE AND SON COULD ESCAPE !!! AND THE FANDOM WORSHIPS SNAPE OVER JAMES??????? ALL BECAUSE SNAPE WAS FRIENDZONED ARE YOU KIDDING ME THIS SPEAKS VOLUMES ABOUT OUR SOCIETY
So, I’m thinking about a Power Rangers AU with the seven
Percy- Blue Ranger Jason- Red Ranger Frank- Black Ranger Piper- Pink Ranger Hazel- Yellow Ranger
Annabeth and Leo would be a human version of Zordon and Alpha who are also Rangers /White and Green/ but most of the time they stay behind the scenes to plan the strategy/create new weapons for the rangers.
The smart thing for William to do is to not use the first veto, play up that he thinks Kevin is safe regardless, tell people Kevin isn’t upset, and then save Kevin with his secret veto. He is safe from renoms since he has the first veto, can downplay his relationship with Kevin, lowkey cast suspicion that Kevin won the secret veto and saved himself and then later tell Kevin secretly that he saved him.
Harry is the world’s most persistent seduction-baker, a questionable dog-sitter, and Louis’s biggest fan. Louis hasn’t written in years, is trying to pass loneliness off as cynicism, and absolutely hates his fans. It’s probably destiny.
This precious child did not start off the sun-soaked, dandelion that we all have come to know and love. I mean, yes, he was always precious, but just precious in a different way. It wasn’t exactly his fault, though that’s not an excuse. His parents were older and he grew up completely spoiled, he got whatever he wanted when he wanted it. There wasn’t a lack of love either, so this boy wasn’t want for anything. His mum taught him kindness and his father taught him bravery, but he was a young kid and so he picked the points he liked, the points that he thought made him brave and kind and strong and likable to other kids, and since he was a spoiled, rich, boy, he wasn’t correct all the time. He could be a bit over the top when it came to performing spells in front of the class, thinking that if he showed everyone how much better he was than they were, he would earn their respect, and so humility was not something he learned until later.
Though he did know how to be truly kind when it mattered most. He was kind to Remus when he was ill every month, he was kind to Sirius when the boy would come out of the bathroom with crumpled up parchment in his hand and red eyes, he was kind to Peter when he fell behind in his studies and needed someone to help him out. But they were his dorm mates, they were his friends, and no one but them saw him in any state of vulnerability.
He was a jock, and too smart for his own good, and he let that go to his head. Remus ignored it hoping it would go away and Sirius encouraged it, finding it entertaining, but it wasn’t until Lily called him out in front of the entire school and he had to deal with the repercussions of that that he realized that maybe the image he’d so carefully crafted for himself wasn’t exactly who he wasn’t to be seen as.
And so he took a step back and he stopped goading people into dueling him, and he stopped looking for fights where there needn’t be one. He let more people see his kindness, and he learned that being truly brave meant doing the right thing even when it was hard, even when it meant that a friend might be lost and an enemy saved. He noticed that being helpful in class got more smiles that being a showboat. He grew up and he learned the long and hard way that being a man wasn’t anything like he’d thought it was when he was a kid. You didn’t have to prove that you could over power others, or be the loudest voice in the room, or shout your affections at a girl as though they meant nothing.
He started speaking only when he had something to say, not just when he wanted to be heard. He started putting more effort into his school work, not because he didn’t already have the grades but because he actually wanted to learn. He started treating Lily like she was a person, and not an object to win over. He became the man who would stand between Voldemort and his family, wandless and sacrifice himself. It was a process, and it wasn’t easy, and he had his shortcomings, but once he saw them, he never stopped trying to better himself, to be the man that his father had been, to be the man that he wanted to be.
Unbroken and 10 More Great Movies About World War II
Based on the best-selling non-fiction book “Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption" by Laura Hillenbrand, Angelina Jolie’s acclaimed film “Unbroken” joins a long tradition of cinema’s interest in the intricate details of World War II.
Unlike many of the other films, however, “Unbroken" narrows its focus on the impact that one individual, USA Olympian and athlete Louis Zamperini, had on the hearts and minds of hundreds of other people in and around the war. For that reason, the film stands as an interesting look at one of the world’s most fascinating events and individuals.
With “Unbroken“ available on Digital HD now, and arriving on Blu-ray, and DVD on March 24, we’ve put together a list of 10 moregreat movies about World War II that you need to check out.
“For the road is
full of the unreturned as through the night they roam.”
April’s song does not only set the tone for the episode it lends its name too, the haunting tune beautifully ties together the themes which drives Class’ first series. Charlie, Quill, Ram, Tanya, April, Charlie, Quill… They’re already set apart by their status as outsiders, by their otherness. That of an aliens, so very far from everything they knew. Or that of a 14-year-old struggling to be considered an equal by class mates three years older than her.
Now they’ve fallen out of their worlds completely. Stumbled into a territory where there is no longer a path. While those around them appear to be able to overlook death and destruction, they cannot help but see. Their grief is striking in its power, it tears them apart at the seams. Their sense of morality is challeged, over and over again, until the unspeakable is the only option left: genocide. But even if war is your very nature, it can leave you stranded - Quill has achieved her revenge on those who killed her people and has saved her greatest enemy from death, but what is there left for her now?
They can never return to what was. They cannot unsee what they have witessed, what has changed them forever. They cannot undo what they have done. Rhodia and Quill will remain gone, in the shadows of history. Ram’s father and Tanya’s mother are dead. In these (until now) final moments with Class’ characters, they are more lost than ever. But there is hope, nonetheless. The hope they’ve always had.
”For the lost
may greet lost souls they meet, and each may find their home.”
Wattpad request! I do not own Tony Stark. He belongs to Marvel.
Warnings: Mentions of injury, fluff
Pairings: Tony Stark x injured!fem reader
Tony stood up and stretched, every
muscle groaning in complaint. He wasn’t surprised. He’d been in the same room
for days now. He refused to leave your side. The last mission, you’d been far
too headstrong to listen to Tony when he told you to wait for backup. You were
determined to save the people the enemy held hostage and the window of
opportunity was closing quickly. So, you went in alone and got hurt. You’d been
in the hospital since and Tony? He’d been right there with you.