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I believe motivation is highly subjective and that each person has a unique motivational catalyst. So this post isn’t actually written to motivate you (LOL). What this post will do, however, is give you 3 distinct suggestions on how you can generally stay motivated by yourself. These are based on observations made in my brief time working with entrepreneurs. Of course, like with anything, this is not a closed list.

1. Have Passion For What You Do:

You’ve heard this plenty of times, I know, it’s annoying to me too. But we wouldn’t hear it so often if it wasn’t so important.

Steve Jobs, when addressing a crowd at his alma mater, famously said “You’ve got to find what you love. And that is as true for your work as it is for your lovers.

Do what you love, and not in an airy fairy, kumbaya kind of way. If you derive actual pleasure from what you do, you are likely to be more motivated than the average person. It follows that people who do what they love will approach their work with a guaranteed level of enthusiasm. I don’t think this needs a great deal of explanation.

2. Find A Suitable Co-Founder:

Some of the best companies in the world were started by co-founders (e.g. Apple, Microsoft, Procter & Gamble, etc.). Often, a start-up is launched and maintained through a combination of expertise, which, for complex projects, is hardly ever held by a single person. Sometimes it takes 2 or 3 people to start a project. So the importance of compatible co-founders cannot be stressed enough.

Like with every endeavour, there will be challenges that dampen the passion. The honeymoon period WILL end, and co-founders need to understand their effect on each other because this can serve as the necessary spark to push each other forward. During a slump in motivation, if you don’t feel more motivated after speaking with your co-founder, he or she may not be the right person for you to work with.

Some questions you should ask about your co-founder - When you are not feeling your best will they be able to take control? Do they create a mood which is conducive to productivity? How do you feel after talking to them about a hurdle you are facing? Do they actually have the capacity to perform the tasks that are needed to drive the project forward?

To achieve the best results, be brutally honest with yourself when answering these questions. Based on your answers, you may need to make some changes.

I left the first business I started at University because I could no longer work with my co-founder. The person whom I had originally chosen as my co-founder because of his technical knowledge of the (media) industry became the reason for my loss of enthusiasm. I am not sure what the root cause was, but my co-founder started developing a habit of killing the business relationships I had worked hard to build (and other bad habits, which are best left unmentioned). In turn, our reputation as a serious business began to take a knock. But this wasn’t yet the issue. The real issue was his inability to realise his problem, and then act in accordance with such realisation. 

Needless to say, I was brutally honest with myself - I just did not believe that he had the capacity to perform necessary tasks anymore, so I cut all professional ties with him.

3. Figure Out Your Motivational Currency

I define motivational currency as: a positive response which fuels the desire to be productive.

For example, I run a consulting business. Now, as much as I love what I do, there are mornings which feel completely hopeless (because - life) and my reason for continuing has escaped me. However, my mood suddenly changes when I get up from my bed, check my mail, and find an email from an entrepreneur requesting my services. After viewing this email, I feel a new energy, a sense of purpose, which prompts me to keep going. I am motivated, and the email is my motivational currency. 

If you are an outdoor event organiser whose event receives good reviews on social media and in the local papers, such reviews are your motivational currency because they prompt you to repeat the amount of effort put into your work, in pursuit of the same or an even better response from your market. 

This type of “currency” is different for different businesses, and is usually controlled by external factors. We cannot determine when motivational currency will be forthcoming, but the more work we put in, the more motivational currency we are likely to receive. (i.e. the more good work I do for my existing clients, the more likely I am to wake up to an email requesting my services.)


Staying motivated is, in my opinion, the most important thing for any entrepreneur. You can do anything you set your mind to with the right amount of motivation. Conversely, you can do very little without it. This is why it is crucial for entrepreneurs to find what motivates them, and have ready access to it whenever it’s needed.

So print this. Put it on your wall, and highlight the points which speak to you the most. Every time you feel demotivated, give it a quick read, and remind yourself of the ways in which you can regain your motivation.

As always, thanks for reading. I promise to make it a shorter read next time.


If anyone has tried to make a new blog recently (assuming since Yahoo bought Tumblr) you’ve probably noticed that you’re taken to a page that looks like this, no matter what email service you typed in for the new blog:

IMPORTANT: you can use GMAIL when signing up. The top of this page (which isn’t in the clip cause size) may have the Yahoo logo but you are signing up for TUMBLR. A lot of people, myself included, use GMAIL simply because you can have multiple main blogs on the same email, by doing this:

  • so on and so forth

And by doing that, all the tumblr emails go to ONE email: (in the header of the email it will have the full email of with blog the email regards).

Anyway, if you wish to use Gmail (or any other service other than Yahoo) simply put your email and age in. The age is required but then again Tumblr’s always required age. Afterward you’re taken to this page:

This is where you choose your URL. And then from here on out, it’s the same as before. The only difference is when you log in, every time, to a blog that’s been recently created. It will as for you email, take you to a similar page as the first one above. Just click next and put in your password and click sign in. It’s basically advertising Yahoo but you are not required to use Yahoo to use Tumblr.


Hello, everyone!
Here is v1.6.0 patch link for Android.

The followings have been added/improved.
- Christmas DLC Added *Check out the Special menu at the app!*

      *Eve+Christmas Day Included
      *8 Endings
      *Christmas BGMs included
- Customer Service System changed
- Email Crash Optimization

*The BGM composer of Mystic Messenger, Flaming Heart, has contributed the character orgol songs. You can check them out with this Chrismas DLC. Thank you!
*There are about 20 sentences with no voices. We’ll fix them with the following updates so please do not report this as bugs. We apologize for the inconvenience.

For iOS users, please wait a few more days until Apple approves the new MM. We appreciate your patience.
For the bug reports, please go to the help button placed in the game.
Thank you!

anonymous asked:

Please please please give an email address when a cashier asks for one. I don't care if it's made up. Some employers will get on to you if your email intake is low. Ah, isn't competitive retail wonderful?

If you can’t think of an email to use, just use a color, then an animal, then pick a number. Use whatever email service after that, hotmail being one of the easy ones I can think of, or gmail. That should make it easier to pick a fake email off the top of your head. -Abby

How to Start an Online Magic Business

Many people want to start magical businesses of their own or offer their magic services for payment. This post covers some basic business skills/general things on how to start your business!

Know the prerequisites for a basic business.

Basically know that even if your business is a spiritual journey for YOU, it is still just a regular business to everyone else. Brush up on basic business skills, don’t be a jackass to your clients. Have the confidence to be able to handle criticism and negative reviews. Be able to communicate quickly and effectively. I have a more detailed post here.

Know what you want to offer for money.

Business can take the fun out of things you consider just a hobby. Are you certain that you want to provide that service professionally? Would you be okay if that service didn’t feel so fun anymore? Many people do readings for fun/the spiritual feels/pleasure….would it be okay if one day, your readings stopped feeling super spiritual or fun to do?

Know your target market and general client base.

Your target market is who you want to sell to. Your client base is just the general types of people who buy your products/services. Knowing both of these is super important to figuring out what to offer, how you should present yourself, and other important business things. And yes, you can have multiple target markets, and a wide client base.

To figure these out, think: What type of people usually buy magic services? Other magical people who believe in magic/spirits. What’s the general demographic of magic-practitioners on tumblr? 15-30 years of age, a large deal beginners….Do you see the sort of deductive reasoning that finding your target market and figuring out your client base is?

Know what exactly makes you different from other sellers.

Is it experience? The types of readings you offer? The quality of your readings? The deck you use? Is it you, yourself? Knowing what makes you different from other sellers/those providing services is going to be your selling point, what makes people want to buy from you specifically. You want to be different so that people actually remember and recognize you/your service.

Market yourself.

Make posts about your shop, and asks your friends to reblog/share it (the worst you could get is a ‘no’). Use 3 billion tags, and even make your own special tags for yourself. Talk with people one on one. Answer questions about your shop/services. Have an FAQ, and info page.  Have an “about” page with actual content about you; don’t have it be something like “Kelly, 17” with nothing else there. People want to know who the actual person behind the business is. Have multiple places about you; a tumblr + facebook + twitter is pretty common. This gives you different forms of content and different client bases.

Get familiar with paypal and/or other forms of payment.

Paypal is the most commonly used one, and it’s easy to use, especially since most people use it, and you don’t need a Paypal account to pay through Paypal. However, quite a few people do not like Paypal due to bad reviews- BUT most of these worries can be countered if you use the invoices. Please just learn to use the invoices, it will save you a billion headaches.

Know how to price.

The goal is to be able to price at minimum wage, at least. However, you won’t be able to earn at minimum wage if you don’t have any clients yet. You may need to do a few free or discounted readings to build up your reputation, which bites but does help in the long-run. This sort of ties in to knowing your client base; are most people on tumblr willing to pay $30 for a tarot reading? Probably not. Make sure your services are worth the price; if you, personally, would not pay for the quality of services you offer, maybe your prices need an adjustment. Or, if you personally believe that you would pay for all of your services because they are so wonderful and perfect, maybe you should ask a very honest friend who also does magic if they would pay for your services.

Make an email specific to your magic business.

Just trust me on this one…Plus it can also double as your Paypal email if you use that for payment.

Encourage and be able to take customer feedback/complaints.

How are people going to know if your service is good if they never hear anything about it? You should have a section/page about reviews, both good and bad. Would you believe it if a product had 100% 5-star reviews? Probably not. You need to have the confidence to be able to take bad reviews with pride before you can start a magic business, because they will happen occasionally. You are the one with the power to stop bad reviews, by actually improving on whatever the customer complained about. Also, how are you supposed to know how to improve if you never get reviews or nobody says anything bad ever? Yes bad reviews will hurt, but you must have the maturity to say “yes, that is something I should improve on” if you want to start a magic business and have it grow to a decent size.

If you do get a bad review, saying something like “sorry it didn’t go as planned, let me contact you so that we can settle this!” would go a long way to show future customers that you care.

Git gud.

People pay for things they cannot do for themselves. If it’s something they can or are willing to do themselves, what’s the point of paying for your service/product? If you charge $10 a tarot reading it better be more than three fucking sentences! If you conjure a spirit for a price it damn better be a non-malicious spirit! Make sure your prices justify the service. You can’t expect people to actually spend money on shit services. Git gud.

how to survive university when dealing with a mental illness

i thought i’d make a post full of tips i’ve learned on how to manage university while dealing with a serious mental health condition. 

for context, i’m now in my final year of university and i suffer from bpd (diagnosed in january 2016) and while i’m set to graduate with a first, having a severe mental disorder has made my life hell as times, so i thought i’d share what i’ve learned over the past 3 years in the hopes that it might make life for some of you a little bit easier.

  • first of all, and most importantly: register with your university disability services (i can only speak from a uk perspective there, but every uni should have one)
  • if in the uk, apply for dsa. however, be aware that you need a diagnosis in order to apply for dsa, and that you must be of british citizenship
  • get regular appointments with a mental health advisor (or equivalent, such as a mentor if you’re in the uk and get dsa)
  • if you can, go to study skills sessions: i would recommend that if your mental health means you’re struggling to reach deadlines or do your reading/assignments (some people with mental health conditions don’t need advice on how to organise their work which is fine)
  • if you can have medical priority to live in halls of residence, do it: you’ll have help more readily available than if you live off campus, as most halls have security available 24/7, have residential support on call during the night if you’re having an episode, etc.
  • don’t be afraid to let your lecturers know (or if you don’t want to tell them yourself, get your uni’s disability services to email them) - in my experience they have been more than understanding and have offered to help in any way they can, and if they are aware of your condition then it will make it less stressful for you to email them when you miss lectures and seminars
  • if you don’t already have a diagnosis but suspect something’s up: go to your gp and get a referral to a psychiatrist. it might take a while (very unfortunately in the uk it does) but it will be worth it in the end. the psychiatrist will then probably refer you to a psychologist, probably to start CBT, and put you on medication. don’t be scared of being on medication, in most cases they help 
  • in terms of keeping yourself safe: my university is personally bullshit on this level but they used to offer students to keep their medication so they wouldn’t be able to overdose and the like - check with your medical centre if they would be able to do the same. if it’s not an option that’s available, find a friend (who doesn’t have mental health issues obviously) to keep your medication. this is obviously not an ideal situation and i know from experience that doing that may get you in trouble, but if you feel you’re in crisis then it’s better to get rid of any temptation.
  • if you live in halls and feel a situation is escalating, please call security, campus watch, or whatever the hell it’s called at your university. they’re usually supposed to conduct a risk assessment and if you’re too at risk they will call you an ambulance or make sure you get to your nearest hospital.
  • if you cut yourself and you accidentally cut too deep and require medical attention and it’s during the day, go to your medical centre on campus: they are able to give you butterfly strips, or if not they will get you a cab to A&E (at least that’s what my university does).
  • if you have to repeat a year: that’s fine and absolutely nothing to be ashamed of. one of my best friends, who also suffers from bpd, had to do that and has now successfully almost completed her second year. however, if you do have to repeat a year, make sure to check with student finances how it will work and if they’re willing to support you financially for an extra year.
  • if you have to drop out or take time off: i know how fucking difficult that decision is, and i know how frustrating it is to have to do that, but sometimes it’s for the best. my girlfriend dropped out early in her first year because she wasn’t getting the help she desperately needed at university, and that’s fine - put your safety first. what people expect of you, or what you expect of yourself, comes second.

trans-anarchy  asked:

That email campaign is a horribly bad idea. We need to direct that energy to public campaigning, because a thousand emails sent straight to trash because of corporate filters won't get media attention and won't put the pressure we need on Netflix. Not to mention, it's not gonna do jack shit to his email service or inbox. Hell, we don't even know if that's his actual email address or if those addresses even allow non-netflix email correspondence. It's a bad bad bad idea. Keep calling + tweeting.

I agree with your doubts on the effectiveness of the email campaign - I was thinking that the majority of our emails would be blocked by filters. But even if that’s the case, the real effectiveness is the publicity we create by sharing the details of the email campaign to each other (rather than the campaign itself) through Twitter, tumblr and Facebook. Netflix will already know that this campaign is coming through our sharing this information on social media, so they’ll prepare for it, but we’ve still done well because we’re showing them that we’re organised, that we’re still going. Passing on that message is just as effective as Hastings getting those emails himself.

Also, bear in mind the email campaign is only one part of a much larger, organised plan. Plenty of what we have done has been less effective than originally hoped for in many countries - the campaign has been overshadowed by more important events (e.g. British elections). But that doesn’t mean our campaigns haven’t been effective at all.Their stocks have still dropped, we’ve interrupted the smooth release of one of their biggest shows and they’ve actually responded to us.

It’s more about the long game than the short run, that’s what makes us impressive - our resilience and continuing onslaught. It’s best to remember that these coordinated events are not in lieu of calling in, mailing flip flops, tweeting, facebooking, cancelling subscriptions and signing the petition. It’s in addition to these things. Those things must continue to happen. The daily additional events are designed to bring the spotlight back onto the issue, to prevent people (both campaigners and our campaign targets) from getting bored of seeing our more standard, consistent approaches (which are so important to maintain since they’re the real cruxes of our campaign).

I hope I made some sense… ^_^;

gotabluecookie  asked:

Where I live only physically disabled people can have service dogs. Despite this I emailed a service dog trainer and asked about the possibility of a service dog for autistic people. She replied that she wants to train a test-pair of a dog and owner that is neurodivergent and show that dogs can help all people with disabilities. If it goes through then I can be the first autistic person in my country with a certified official service dog!

That’s SO AWESOME oh my gosh !! Wow ! I’m so glad for you and for every autistic person that will come after you !

- Sister Cat

Spiritual Services

I was holding off on doing this for a long time, but lately it’s been a bit of a struggle to financially support myself and parent, so if you are interested or could signal boost, it would be of great assistance and deeply appreciated!

Toritsugi mediation, where you can tell me as a minister any appreciations, apologies, requests, or most importantly troubles, issues, anxieties, worries, and relay them to Tenchi Kane no Kami-sama,  will always be at no cost and private and confidential. I want to help anytime I can, and pray for any request you may have.

That being said, please read below for other services!

Please email me at if interested!

I cannot take anonymous requests or tumblr ask requests, please use my email.

These are to support myself and living costs.
The prices vary depending on the amount of time and energy I put into the reading.

Readings will be delivered within three days of receiving payment.

Please understand all services are to support living costs, and due to the nature of spirit work I cannot refund you if you are not satisfied with your reading. (In terms of results, but the detail and accuracy to the best of my ability is guaranteed.)

However, I do offer free consultations and any support about the reading.

With that being said, here is what I can offer:


Divination Services

Standard Tarot Reading (3 cards) - 5$

Intermediate Tarot Reading (7 cards) - 10$

Full Spread Tarot Reading (11 Cards) - 20$

Kami Oracle Cards
Standard Kami Oracle Reading (3 Cards) - 5$

Intermediate Spread Kami Oracle reading (7 Cards) - 10$

Full Spread Kami Oracle reading (11 Cards) - 20$

Pendulum Session (5 Questions) - 5$

Pendulum Session (10 Questions) - 10$

Pendulum Session (Custom) - $1 per question, please email me. 


Rune Reading - 10$


Esoteric Services

Past Life Reading/Energy recall - (if consultation approved, 20$)

Higher Self Reading/Energy identification (If consultation approved, 20$)

Guardian Spirit Identification/Reading - (If consultation approved, 8$)

Identify deity energy/aura reading - (If consultation approved, 5$)

Priest Services

For any of these listed, please e-mail me for consultation at

the service fee and approval depends on if you are local or farther away.

Shinto blessing (For yourself, another person, or Home, Car, Dojo, Items)

Shinto Wedding

Groundbreaking Ceremony

Kamidana purification

Pacifying spirits of the dead / relief from violent spirit

PSA- for ANYONE who has a WWE Network account

Recently mine and my boyfriend’s account got hacked. The kid who did this was from India and he changed our whole account in a matter of an hour to watch No Mercy.

We thankfully got our account back, thanks to the live chat support.

But you see it didn’t stop there. Tonight the same kid tried to do it again. We had changed our password. He LITERALLY emailed my boyfriend and ASKED for his password. The fuck yo?

So I got on our account tonight and see all these divas bra and panty matches on our watchlist. We sure as hell didn’t add these. But the people who hacked it did.

THEN I looked up, “(my boyfriend’s email) WWE account,” on Google. The sickening result I got back was his and MANY other’s emails and passwords were strung on the internet for people to find and use! I looked at when this was posted and it was posted in the beginning of August! So random fucks have been using our account without permission for over 2 months!

So I am URGING EVERYONE who HAS a WWE Network account to go to Google (or whatever search engine you use) and type in- “(your email) WWE account.”

And THEN if you see your account info on these websites please of course change your password and or email. These fucking low lifes obviously can’t get up off of their asses and get a job of their own to pay monthly for a subscription. What a sad world.

Also another thing you should just check is Google your email address in general, you might find that your email is being used else where without your permission or knowledge.

a followup report from the department of random annoyances

Apropos of nothing in particular! A couple days ago I started manually forwarding all the spam messages I was getting from that dating site (Plenty of Fish) to their PR address (, since my attempt to ‘reset’ the non-existent account’s non-existent password didn’t work, that was the only electronic contact method I could find after a good half hour of searching, and I couldn’t tell which of the various phone numbers and physical addresses I found were actually real and up to date.

(For the record? Not having your contact information clearly displayed on your home page, including a customer service email address to deal with complaints not covered by your unfeasibly minimal preset forms, is deeply skeevy.)

Anyway, the first round of forwarding won me nearly twelve hours without spam. Then I got another burst, forwarded them all (with a copypasted “I don’t have an account with your service. Stop sending me email” message appended), and have now been spam-free (…from that source) for nearly twenty-four hours.

I have doubtless jinxed myself just now, of course, but I trust if I make myself enough of a nuisance the POF staff will either fix the problem or just give up and block me, which should hopefully render me invisible to the spam-sending part of their email program. *crosses fingers*

(…I have also been marking every single one of their messages as a phishing attempt, which is untrue and probably wrong of me, but that is the only other weapon in my arsenal at the moment; of course I’m going to use it.)

To my boss - I can see this eating you alive.

My boss (we’ll call him Steve) is one of those guys who’s always attached to his email. Whether he’s at his desk or answering them from his phone, he will stop the conversation immediately and read the email. No warning. The sound will go off, he’ll stop mid-sentence, read and reply to every email. This annoys me. A lot. While going over a very important project (well into the $40-$50 million dollar range and long-term), I’m briefing him on talking points and covering the power point on the projector. A few slides in, he gets an email. Immediately Steve pulls out his phone and begins reading and replying. I’ve dealt with this for years, and this is where the revenge begins.

I’m on slide 6, and while he’s buried in his phone, I progress the slide to 13 and patiently wait for him to end. He looks up, oblivious to my trickery. Mind you, he has to present this within a few hours to top-tier business management, and this a project that we’ve been working on for months. I finish briefing him on the rest of the slides, we take lunch, and eventually the guests arrive for their briefing. Steve’s taking charge of the meeting, and I retreat to my office, where I can still clearly watch the presentation but don’t have to participate.

Steve’s hob-knobbing, talking our guests up, laughing and joking. As he’s talking to one particular VP, he gets an email, and in normal sh*t-lord fashion, he stops mid conversation and reads it. The VP did not like this, not one bit. He interrupts Steve’s email reply with a hand wave and a, “let’s continue.” This is where I get my second idea for revenge.

Eventually Steve gets to the power point presentation, yammering on like he’s the one who spent all the time on the fancy fly-in’s, formatting, research, etc… Until he gets to slide 7. I can see him pause, break his jovial manner, and begins reading word for word what’s on the slide. He’s no longer chipper and poised, he’s floundering. Little does Steve know that I’m about to launch an email war on his psyche that he is ill prepared for. See, since I’ve been in my office, I’ve been collecting all the emails that came in that needed replies, drafted the replies, and have them sitting on my desktop. I’ve CC’d Steve to every one of them, because I’m just that good of an employee. As he skips to the next slide, I send the first email. I hear his phone jingle. He pauses and instinctively reaches for his phone, throwing him off his presentation. He looks around, and then continues. A minute later, I send the next email, then after a short pause, the next… And the next… I can see him sweating bullets, his brain imagining some catastrophic failure somewhere in our building, in shipping, in product sourcing, etc… But he can’t check his emails without breaking from the presentation and pissing off the executives.

It’s still going on. I have about 8 more emails to send, and he has about a hour until he’ll be able to slink away and cower over his phone like Gollum holding the one ring.

I’m glad I went to work today.


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continuation of Scottish!Dex (1, 2), it’s still Christmas somewhere now so I can totally get away with posting a Christmas fic on boxing day yeah?

Dex was avoiding Nursey like the plague. After Josie had found Nursey and started talking about poetry, Dex legged it to the other side of the room to hide in a little reading nook with his cousin Anna. They had talked about their lives, about studying, Anna talked about apartment hunting in London with her girlfriend, and Dex talked about Holster offering him his dibs. 

“So you and that guy huh?” Anna commented after a comfortable hush in their conversation.

“Nursey, I mean Derek, nah…

There’s nothing there.” Dex replied.

“But you want there to be.” She observed.

And Dex did, but Nursey only tolerated him on a good day, and absolutely hated him on a bad one. Plus the panic and almost disgust that passed on his face when he realised it was Dex in the elevator, well, that made Dex just want to curl up in a ball and cry.

“Yeah, but that’s not going to happen.” Dex said, looking down at his glass.

“You never know.” She replied, before nudging his shoulder and going to find her girlfriend.

Dex sat there surveying the room, watching aunties and uncles and cousins and grandparents and significant others mingle. Watching Nursey’s two mums telling jokes and winning over every single Poindexter and Walford in sight. He was also watching Nursey who was, no longer talking to Josie, but was now walking over to Dex.


Dex downed the last of his whiskey and legged it to where his Auntie June and Uncle Phillip were standing with the kids.

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Hey Pinecones!

A lot of you have wondered about the timeline (Myself included) So Chad Hodge has put out a brief timeline. Thanks EW!

This is so cool. Please check it out!

1996: At 30 years-old, a young David Pilcher (Toby Jones) discovers the human genome is changing due to our own destruction of the planet. He dedicates himself to finding a way to preserve humanity, to give us a second chance… in the future.

1997: Pilcher sets up a lab and drops his inherited millions into researching suspended animation. At 31 years-old, Pilcher successfully suspends a rat. He begins fabricating suspension units for human beings. But he needs more money, more support, more people.

1998: Pilcher tries to get people to follow him, but doesn’t find much support in the academic community. He begins focusing on people who are willing to leave their current lives behind for a better one in the future. People who can help him rebuild civilization. His “inner circle”. He finds a few. His sister Pamela Pilcher (Melissa Leo). A hypnotherapist named Megan Fisher (Hope Davis). A down-on-his luck security guard named Arnold Pope (Terrence Howard). And everyone who works in the eventual superstructure.

1998: Meanwhile, Pilcher searches for a beautiful yet naturally walled-in town, a safe zone for humanity to reawaken. He discovers the real town of Wayward Pines, Idaho. He’ll need a lot of people to repopulate this town in the future. After all, they will be the last of humanity. But how many people would give up their lives and families to go into suspended animation without any guarantee of survival? Very few.

1999: Arnold Pope begins abducting people. The first abductee is Dr. Charles Keen. Later, he abducts Beverly Brown (Juliette Lewis) who was in the town of Wayward Pines to sell Y2K software protection to the local school.

2000: Theresa Burke (Shannyn Sossamon) gives birth to a son and drops out of training at the Secret Service, where she met her husband Ethan (Matt Dillon).

2001: Peter McCall (Justin Kirk) attends a conference in Los Angeles. Has a drink with Pilcher’s sister Pam. He’s abducted that night.

2014: Seattle. Ethan Burke and Kate Hewson (Carla Gugino), partners in the Secret Service, have an affair. Ethan is 45. Kate is 27.

September 2014: Theresa learns about Ethan’s affair with Kate.

October 2014: Kate transfers to the Boise field office.

October 12, 2014: Kate Hewson and Bill Evans drive to Wayward Pines to investigate David Pilcher. It’s a fake name so they don’t know what he looks like, but they’ve been tracking financial records and too much money has been flowing in and out of Wayward Pines. Just outside of Wayward Pines, they get into a car crash.

October 15, 2014: Three days later, Ethan Burke’s boss Adam Hassler (Tim Griffin) tells Ethan that Kate Hewson and Bill Evans are missing. Ethan is booked on a flight to Boise.

October 16, 2014: Ethan Burke checks in with the Secret Service via email from Lowman, Idaho at 1:21 P.M. Ethan drives with Agent Stallings through the Boise National Forest to Wayward Pines. They get into a crash with a semi-truck. Stallings is killed in the crash. Pope carries Ethan away and puts him in suspended animation. The car is torched.

October 18, 2014: The Secret Service inspects the recovered car. No sign of Ethan Burke.

October 20, 2014: Hassler meets with David Pilcher. Wants to call it off. Too late.

Late October, 2014: Someone in Pilcher’s inner circle gets a recording of Theresa’s home answering machine message.

October 22-23, 2014: Theresa and Ben drive to Boise. They track Ethan to a town called Wayward Pines. Hassler alerts Pilcher. Theresa and Ben are pulled over by Arnold Pope, who cuts the car’s break line. They later (offscreen) get into a car crash, are abducted by Pope, and put into suspended animation.

December 31, 2014: Everyone in the inner circle goes into their suspended animation chambers, including David Pilcher (now 48) and his sister Pam.

By 2514: According to Pilcher’s projections, the entire human race will be extinct.

4014: Pilcher comes out of suspension along with most of the members of his inner circle. The group surveys the wreckage of the town and the world after 2,000 years. They see an abby for the first time. They build the electrified fence. They start to rebuild the town.

4016: After two years, the town is rebuilt. Pilcher brings the first group of abductees, Group A, out of suspended animation. There is a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Main Street. He tells them the truth. Most don’t believe him. 26 escape and are killed by abbies. Those who do believe him commit suicide. The rules are changed. The adults can’t know the truth. Anyone who doesn’t follow the rules will be killed. Kill one to save the rest of the last of humanity.

October 14, 4016: Kate Hewson is brought out of suspension. She’s still 27 (you don’t age during suspended animation). She thinks it’s 2014.

October, 4017: One year later, Kate marries Harold Ballinger (Reed Diamond).

April, 4027: Bill Evans is brought out of suspension.

October 21, 4027: Beverly Brown is brought out of suspension. She thinks it’s 1999 because that’s her last memory. Pope takes her to the Biergarten and tells her she’s a bartender there.

October 6, 4028: Bill Evans tries to escape. He’s caught and murdered via public reckoning on Main Street. His body is placed in the house at 604 First Avenue.

October 16, 4028: Ethan Burke is brought out of suspension and placed in the forest on the outskirts of town. He wakes up, bruised and bloodied from his car accident.

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