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Why is tumblr so reluctant to discuss animal rights?

Seriously? We’re well-read on subjects like feminism, racism, transphobia, etc. but as soon as someone mentions animal rights it’s all “HEY SPOT THE VEGAN HAHAHA!!”

Animals live through AWFUL conditions in slaughter factories and likewise, not only so that we can have meat, but milk and cheese and cream as well.

I’m not saying we should all stop eating meat or dairy products, nor am I saying ALL meat/dairy-factories are the source of all evil, but can we at least acknowledge the problem and discuss it?

1, 2, a 1, 2, 3, 4: Welcome to the friends who have come from away [Finale; Come From Away]

Then they invented jet planes, that can get across the ocean on 1 tank [On the Bus; Come From Away]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9—There are 10 things you need to know [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

1 stroke and you’ve consumed my waking days [Take a Break; Hamilton]

1, 2 take me home kids! [Shine a Light; Heathers]

It’s 1 more dance and then farewell [Dead Girl Walking (Reprise); Heathers]

Well, I never cared for homos much until I reared me 1 [My Dead Gay Son; Heathers]

Das Leben ist zu kurz, daß man sich auch nur 1 Stunde langweilen darf [Wie Du; Elisabeth]

Some pray that 1 day, Christ will come a’ callin’ [Mama Who Bore Me/Mama Who Bore Me (Reprise); Spring Awakening]

Now, for the last number in our act, we did 20 acrobatic tricks in a row: 1 2 3 4, 5…splits, spread eagles, back flips, flip flops, 1 right after the other. [Cell Block Tango; Chicago]

There’s only 1 person who can help you now, Roxie! / There’s only 1 person you can count on now, Velma! [I Can’t Do It Alone (Reprise); Chicago]

Oh clement, oh loving 1 [Oh, What a Circus; Evita]

Tell me before I ride off in the sunset: there’s 1 thing I never got clear [Waltz for Eva and Che; Evita]

I’m calling and 1 day all will know* [All That’s Known/Those You’ve Known; Spring Awakening]

So, I said to him, I said, “you pop that gum 1 more time!” And he did. [Cell Block Tango; Chicago]

She said, “Just give it time kid, I come to 1 and all” [The Bitch of Living; Spring Awakening]

How can 1 person like me, say, alter the time-honored way the game is played? [Waltz for Eva and Che; Evita]

Well, this 1 night we were in the hotel Cicero, the 3 of us, boozin’ and havin’ a few laughs and we run out of ice. [Cell Block Tango; Chicago]

1 has no rules…1 rarely acts…1 spurns no device…1 always picks…1 praises fools…1 smothers light…1 always claims…1 takes one’s stand…1 has no rules…1 rarely acts…1 spurns no device [The Art of the Possible; Evita]

First time we ever had 1 of our girls knocked up [Me and My Baby; Chicago]

And the music’s like the 1 thing I can even get it all [The Bitch of Living; Spring Awakening]

And when you think about it, well why not do 1 or 2 of the things we promised to? [She Is a Diamond; Evita]

And rule number 1 from here to the end [I Am My Own Best Friend; Chicago]

Can I have 1 last picture, please? [I Know A Girl; Chicago]

There’s a lot of favors I’m prepared to do—you do 1 for Mama, she’ll do 1 for you! [When You’re Good to Mama; Chicago]

So much together you’d count us as 1 [Me and My Baby; Chicago]

1 of those Mormons, you know. [Cell Block Tango; Chicago]

1 thing I know / And I’ve always known* [I Am My Own Best Friend; Chicago]

1 always picks the easy fight; 1 praises fools, one smothers light; 1 shifts from left to right [Charity Concert; Evita]

I was a 1 once but now I’m a “we” [Me and My Baby; Chicago]

The first time, anywhere there has been an act of this nature. Not only 1 little lady but 2! [Nowadays; Chicago]

I am only a radio star with just 1 weekly show but speaking as 1 of the people I want you to know [Perón’s Latest Flame; Evita]

Do all your 1 night stands give you this trouble? [Eva and Magaldi / Eva Beware of the City; Evita]

And sleepin’ in a double bed beside 1 man, for 7 years, you’d notice him [Mr Cellophane; Chicago]

Don’t you know that this hand washes that 1 too [When You’re Good to Mama; Chicago]

Trying to get our head (I’m calling and 1 day) [The Bitch of Living; Spring Awakening]

You pop that gum 1 more time! [Cell Block Tango; Chicago]

1 of the thousands defending the country he loves [I’d Be Surprisingly Good For You; Evita]

There is only 1 man who can lead any workers’ regime [A New Argentina; Evita]

He loves you, understands you, is 1 of you* [A New Argentina; Evita]

So I came home this 1 day, and I am really irritated, and I’m looking for a bit of sympathy [Cell Block Tango; Chicago]

So what’s the 1 conclusion I can bring this number to? [When You’re Good to Mama; Chicago]

Come on little 1! Don’t sit there like a dummy! [Hello and Goodbye; Evita]

Still there’s this 1 thing just to see you go by [My Junk; Spring Awakening]

1 little frolic with new Zaz carbolic [Goodnight and Thank You; Evita]

I met Amos and he stole my heart away, convinced me to elope 1 day [We Both Reached for the Gun; Chicago]

If you climb 1 more mountain it could be your last [Dice are Rolling; Evita]

With just 1 more brain what a half-wit he’d be [Funny Honey; Chicago]

Still, Herr Stiefel, 1 thing in your letter disturbed me [And Then There Were None; Spring Awakening]

But she was granted 1 more start / The convent of the sacred heart! [We Both Reached for the Gun; Chicago]

And now our bodies are the guilty 1s [The Guilty Ones; Spring Awakening]

Crack open 1 more case! [Big Fun; Heathers]

Count of 3. / 1… 2… / 3. / Aaaugh! Holy crap! [Our Love Is God; Heathers]

We were meant to be 1!* Don’t give up on me now! [Meant to Be Yours; Heathers]

He pulled a scab off 1 time playing kick ball [Kindergarten Boyfriend; Heathers]

1 day we’ll change the world, but let’s kick back tonight. [Seventeen (Reprise); Heathers]

I’m gonna count to 3! 1! 2! Fuck it! [Meant to Be Yours; Heathers]

Because you’re the 1 I choose* [Seventeen; Heathers]

That…. was 1 hell of a fishing trip. [My Dead Gay Son; Heathers]

Number 1! We rowed across the Hudson at dawn [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

But there’s only 1 man who can give us a command so we can— [Right Hand Man; Hamilton]

We move under cover and we move as 1—Through the night, we have 1 shot to live another day [Yorktown / The World Turned Upside Down; Hamilton]

My father has no sons so I’m the one who has to social climb for 1 [Satisfied; Hamilton]

I am the 1 thing in life I can control [Wait for It; Hamilton]

Number 1! / The challenge demands satisfaction [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

Alexander was on Washington’s doorstep 1 day in distress ‘n disarray [The Room Where It Happens; Hamilton]

I had only 1 thought before the slaughter [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

1, 2, 3, 4 / 5, 6, 7, 8, 9… / It’s the 10 Duel Commandments / It’s the 10 Duel Commandments [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

Number 1! I’m a girl in a world in which my only job is to marry rich. [Satisfied; Hamilton]

What are the odds the gods would put us all in 1 spot [My Shot; Hamilton]

Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Good. Un deux trois quatre / Cinq six sept / Un deux trois… / Huit neuf sept huit neuf—Sept huit… [Stay Alive (Reprise); Hamilton]

Then count / 1 2 3 4 / 5 6 7 8 9 / Number / 10 paces! / Fire! [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

Maybe we can solve 1 problem with another [The Room Where It Happens; Hamilton]

Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Good! Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / One two three four five six seven eight nine! [Take a Break; Hamilton]

1 week later I’m writin’ a letter nightly [Helpless; Hamilton]

1 drink. / 1 drink. [On the Edge; Come From Away]

1 more thing— / Why do you assume you’re the smartest in the room? [Non-Stop; Hamilton]

The charge against me is a connection with 1 James Reynolds! [The Reynolds Pamphlet; Hamilton]

Then count 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 number 10 paces! Fire!— [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

Call me son 1 more time [Meet Me Inside; Hamilton]

That’s 1 less thing to worry about* [The Reynolds Pamphlet; Hamilton]

1 last time:* relax, have a drink with me [One Last Time; Hamilton]

Then slowly and clearly aim your gun towards the sky—1 2 3 4 5 6 7 [Blow Us All Away; Hamilton]

There was 1 aisle in the middle [28 Hours / Wherever We Are; Come From Away]

1:15 am, Wednesday, September 12th. Crisis counsellors are called to Gander academy [Phoning Home; Come From Away]

They had 3 seats on each side; there was only 1 aisle in the middle. [28 Hours / Wherever We Are; Come From Away]

1 plane, then another and then another and then another and then 13 planes and then and then another and then another and then 19 planes and another and then another and then another and then 26 planes and another and then another and then another and then another and then 29 planes 29 planes and then another and then another and then 32 32 planes and then another and then another and then 38 38 38 38 38 38 planes! [38 Planes; Come From Away]

1 plane, then another and then 9 planes then another and then 13 planes then another 19 planes then another 22 24 29 32 38 38 30 38 38 30 38 38 30 30 30 38 planes [38 Planes (Reprise) / Somewhere in the Middle of Nowhere; Come From Away]

Diana’d had 2 beers by then so it was probably the alcohol talking. / I’d never had more than 1 beer at a time before so it was probably the alcohol talking. I went and got her 2 more beers. [Screech In; Come From Away]

1:45 am. 6 phones are put on tables for the plane people to use. [Phoning Home; Come From Away]


I’m going to get a picture or [The Dover Fault; Come From Away]

We’ve got 2 TVs set up in the cafeteria with the news on [Lead Us Out of the Night; Come From Away]

The 2 remarkably pretty girls / Had not been seen in Moscow in many years [The Opera; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]

On final approach, we’re coming in runway 2 2 [38 Planes; Come From Away]

1, 2, a 1, 2, 3, 4: Welcome to the friends who have come from away [Finale; Come From Away]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9—There are 10 things you need to know [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

1, 2 take me home kids! [Shine a Light; Heathers]

Count of 3. / 1… 2… / 3. / Aaaugh! Holy crap! [Our Love Is God; Heathers]

They were just 2 stray laces in the Lord’s big boots. [My Dead Gay Son; Heathers]

Now, for the last number in our act, we did 20 acrobatic tricks in a row: 1 2 3 4, 5…splits, spread eagles, back flips, flip flops, 1 right after the other. [Cell Block Tango; Chicago]

I know a girl, a girl with so much luck she could get run over by a 2-ton truck [I Know a Girl; Chicago]

Now, you have to imagine it with 2 people! It’s swell with 2 people. [I Can’t Do It Alone; Chicago]

The first time, anywhere there has been an act of this nature. Not only 1 little lady but 2! [Nowadays; Chicago]

And I shall have my people come to choose 2 Peróns to wear their country’s crowns [Dice Are Rolling; Evita]

And when you think about it, well why not do 1 or 2 of the things we promised to? [She Is a Diamond; Evita]

When I was a tiny tot of maybe 2 or 3 [A Little Bit Of Good; Chicago]

Oh, please ladies and gentlemen of the press–leave the 2 of us alone so that we can rest. / The 2 of us? [I Know a Girl; Chicago]

Then those 2-bit johnny’s did it around to cheer the best attraction in town [I Can’t Do It Alone; Chicago]

I met Ezekiel Young from Salt Lake city about 2 years ago [Cell Block Tango; Chicago]

Chicago’s own killer, dillers those 2 scintillating sinners: Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly [Nowadays; Chicago]

She will change your way of life for a week or even 2. Name me anyone who cares as much as Eva Perón [And the Money Kept Rolling In (and Out); Evita]

But to give all my descamisados a magical moment or 2 [Waltz for Eva and Che; Evita]

Give me 2 eyes of blue softly saying, “I need you” [All I Care About; Chicago]

Still, you must admit—with the 2 anatomies it truly is daunting [Touch Me; Spring Awakening]

Affairs of state are her latest play 8 shows a week, 2 matinees [The Chorus Girl Hasn’t Learned the Lines; Evita]

So I took the shotgun off the wall and I fired 2 warning shots…into his head. [Cell Block Tango; Chicago]

My dad keeps 2 suitcases packed in the den [Freeze Your Brain; Heathers]

They were 2 bright red ribbons in the Lord’s long hair. [My Dead Gay Son; Heathers]

You got no clue how much these 2 depend on you [Blue; Heathers]

They were 2 stray rhinestones on the Lord’s big purse! [My Dead Gay Son; Heathers]

How did you guys know it was a fantasy of mine to have 2 guys at once? [Our Love Is God; Heathers]

I’m gonna count to 3! 1! 2! Fuck it! [Meant to Be Yours; Heathers]

Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Good! Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / One two three four five six seven eight nine! [Take a Break; Hamilton]

Number 2! / If they don’t, grab a friend, that’s your second [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

Graduate in 2, then join the revolution [Aaron Burr, Sir; Hamilton]

2 weeks later in the living room stressin’ [Helpless; Hamilton]

Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Good. Un deux trois quatre / Cinq six sept / Un deux trois… / Huit neuf sept huit neuf—Sept huit… [Stay Alive (Reprise); Hamilton]

Pissed him off until we had a 2-party system [What’d I Miss?; Hamilton]

My friend, William P. Van Ness signed on as my—Number 2! [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

1, 2, 3, 4 / 5, 6, 7, 8, 9… / It’s the 10 Duel Commandments / It’s the 10 Duel Commandments [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

Number 2! He’s after me cuz I’m a Schuyler sister. [Satisfied; Hamilton]

Then count / 1 2 3 4 / 5 6 7 8 9 / Number / 10 paces! / Fire! [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

Uh, 2 pints o’ Sam Adams, but I’m working on 3! [Aaron Burr, Sir; Hamilton]

Then count 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 number 10 paces! Fire!— [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

2 years later, see Alex and his mother, bed-ridden [Alexander Hamilton; Hamilton]

In a letter I received from you 2 weeks ago [Take a Break; Hamilton]

2 Virginians and an immigrant walk into a room [The Room Where It Happens; Hamilton]

Sittin’ there useless as 2 shits [Cabinet Battle #1; Hamilton]

The conversation lasted 2 minutes, maybe 3 minutes [Satisfied; Hamilton]

Then slowly and clearly aim your gun towards the sky—1 2 3 4 5 6 7 [Blow Us All Away; Hamilton]

We already got 3 times that in 2 hours! [38 Planes; Come From Away]

Just Anatole, the 2 wedding witnesses and me [Preparations; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]

Wir sind wie 2 Boote in der Nacht* [Boote in der Nacht; Elisabeth]

Diana’d had 2 beers by then so it was probably the alcohol talking. / I’d never had more than 1 beer at a time before so it was probably the alcohol talking. I went and got her 2 more beers. [Screech In; Come From Away]

I put a pillow under her head / Covered her with 2 quilts [In My House; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]


You’ve only known him 3 days, Natasha you’re joking! / 3 days? It seems to me I’ve loved him a hundred years. [Sonya and Natasha; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]

We already got 3 times that in 2 hours! [38 Planes; Come From Away]

You’re gonna die at 3 pm! / Don’t you dare touch me! Get away, pervert! [Beautiful; Heathers]

Now, for the last number in our act, we did 20 acrobatic tricks in a row: 1 2 3 4, 5…splits, spread eagles, back flips, flip flops, 1 right after the other. [Cell Block Tango; Chicago]

3 musketeers who never say die [I Am My Own Best Friend; Chicago]

And mark your adieu with 3 cheers [Waltz for Eva and Che; Evita]

When I was a tiny tot of maybe 2 or 3 [A Little Bit Of Good; Chicago]

Show me long raven hair flowing down, about to 3 [All I Care About; Chicago]

Call in 3 months time and I’ll be fine I know [Another Suitcase In Another Hall; Evita]

It’s all a circus, kid. A 3 ring circus.* [Razzle Dazzle; Chicago]

Well, this 1 night we were in the hotel Cicero, the 3 of us, boozin’ and havin’ a few laughs and we run out of ice. [Cell Block Tango; Chicago]

I’m gonna count to 3! 1! 2! Fuck it! [Meant to Be Yours; Heathers]

Give them my hats and my CDs, my pumps and my flats, my 3 TVs [Me Inside of Me; Heathers]

Count of 3. / 1… 2… / 3. / Aaaugh! Holy crap! [Our Love Is God; Heathers]

Some of the plane people haven’t slept in 3 days [On the Edge; Come From Away]

They had 3 seats on each side; there was only 1 aisle in the middle. [28 Hours / Wherever We Are; Come From Away]

Thank you. No shampoo for 3 days. [Costume Party; Come From Away]

1, 2, a 1, 2, 3, 4: Welcome to the friends who have come from away [Finale; Come From Away]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9—There are 10 things you need to know [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Good! Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / One two three four five six seven eight nine! [Take a Break; Hamilton]

Uh, 2 pints o’ Sam Adams, but I’m working on 3! [Aaron Burr, Sir; Hamilton]

1, 2, 3, 4 / 5, 6, 7, 8, 9… / It’s the 10 Duel Commandments / It’s the 10 Duel Commandments [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

The work divided evenly among the 3 men [Non-Stop; Hamilton]

Number 3! I know my sister like I know my own mind [Satisfied; Hamilton]

Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Good. Un deux trois quatre / Cinq six sept / Un deux trois… / Huit neuf sept huit neuf—Sept huit… [Stay Alive (Reprise); Hamilton]

Then count / 1 2 3 4 / 5 6 7 8 9 / Number / 10 paces! / Fire! [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

And I realize 3 fundamental truths at the exact same time [Satisfied; Hamilton]

Number 3! I watched Hamilton examine the terrain [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

Number 3! / Have your seconds meet face to face [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

The conversation lasted 2 minutes, maybe 3 minutes [Satisfied; Hamilton]

In mercy’s name, 3 days are all I need! [Confrontation; Les Misérables]

Then count 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 number 10 paces! Fire!— [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

Then slowly and clearly aim your gun towards the sky—1 2 3 4 5 6 7 [Blow Us All Away; Hamilton]

3:45 am. Overnight the community’s population has gone from approximately 9000 to 16,000. [Costume Party; Come From Away]


4 am is breakfast time in Germany and we’ve got a lot of passengers here from Frankfurt so breakfast starts at 4 am [Costume Party; Come From Away]

And then, in Philippians 4:6; I give ‘em their Bible and I’m pointing saying “Look, Philippians 4:6: ‘Be anxious for nothing.’” [Darkness and Trees (Reprise); Come From Away]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9—There are 10 things you need to know [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

It’s hard to have intercourse over 4 sets of corsets [Aaron Burr, Sir; Hamilton]

Now, for the last number in our act, we did 20 acrobatic tricks in a row: 1 2 3 4, 5…splits, spread eagles, back flips, flip flops, 1 right after the other. [Cell Block Tango; Chicago]

Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Good. Un deux trois quatre / Cinq six sept / Un deux trois… / Huit neuf sept huit neuf—Sept huit… [Stay Alive (Reprise); Hamilton]

Get on all 4s, kiss this dead girl walking [Dead Girl Walking; Heathers]

Actually, Ms. Fleming, all 4 of us are out on a hall pass. [Beautiful; Heathers]

Number 4! Hamilton drew first position [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

Raise a glass to the 4 of us. Tomorrow there’ll be more of us [The Story of Tonight; Hamilton]

Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Good! Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / One two three four five six seven eight nine! [Take a Break; Hamilton]

Number 4! / If they don’t reach a peace, that’s alright [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

Then count 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 number 10 paces! Fire!— [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

Made a speech last week, our 4th of July speaker [Blow Us All Away; Hamilton]

1, 2, 3, 4 / 5, 6, 7, 8, 9… / It’s the 10 Duel Commandments / It’s the 10 Duel Commandments [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

Raise a glass to the 4 of us! To the newly not poor of us! [The Story of Tonight (Reprise); Hamilton]

Then count / 1 2 3 4 / 5 6 7 8 9 / Number / 10 paces! / Fire! [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

Then slowly and clearly aim your gun towards the sky—1 2 3 4 5 6 7 [Blow Us All Away; Hamilton]

1, 2, a 1, 2, 3, 4: Welcome to the friends who have come from away [Finale; Come From Away]


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9—There are 10 things you need to know [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

5! Now I didn’t know this at the time [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Good. Un deux trois quatre / Cinq six sept / Un deux trois… / Huit neuf sept huit neuf—Sept huit… [Stay Alive (Reprise); Hamilton]

1, 2, 3, 4 / 5, 6, 7, 8, 9… / It’s the 10 Duel Commandments / It’s the 10 Duel Commandments [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

Es ist 5 vor 12! [Die Schatten Werden Länger (Reprise); Elisabeth]

Now, for the last number in our act, we did 20 acrobatic tricks in a row: 1 2 3 4, 5…splits, spread eagles, back flips, flip flops, 1 right after the other. [Cell Block Tango; Chicago]

5 years from now I shall come back [Buenos Aires; Evita]

5! / Duel before the sun is in the sky [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

Then count / 1 2 3 4 / 5 6 7 8 9 / Number / 10 paces! / Fire! [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Good! Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / One two three four five six seven eight nine! [Take a Break; Hamilton]

John Jay got sick after writing 5 [Non-Stop; Hamilton]

Then count 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 number 10 paces! Fire!— [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

Then slowly and clearly aim your gun towards the sky—1 2 3 4 5 6 7 [Blow Us All Away; Hamilton]

5 dollars an hour just for flying dead bodies [Me and the Sky; Come From Away]

5 minutes to my smoke break [Welcome to the Rock; Come From Away]

Most of us had been up for 5 days straight working. [Something’s Missing; Come From Away]

7:42 am, Sunday, September 16th. After 5 days, they just ran the zamboni over the ice and played hockey. [Something’s Missing; Come From Away]


1:45 am. 6 phones are put on tables for the plane people to use. [Phoning Home; Come From Away]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9—There are 10 things you need to know [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Good! Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / One two three four five six seven eight nine! [Take a Break; Hamilton]

Forget in 6 weeks you’ll be back on the road [Freeze Your Brain; Heathers]

They only take British money, so sing a song of 6 pence [Stay Alive; Hamilton]

In the end, they wrote 85 essays, in the span of 6 months. [Non-Stop; Hamilton]

Pop! / 6! / Squish!* [Cell Block Tango; Chicago]

They’d each give an arm to see us 6 feet under ground [A New Argentina; Evita]

Not only was he married…oh, no, he had 6 wives. [Cell Block Tango; Chicago]

Is that why—6! He examined his gun with such rigor? [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

1, 2, 3, 4 / 5, 6, 7, 8, 9… / It’s the 10 Duel Commandments / It’s the 10 Duel Commandments [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

Where are they now? / 6 feet under. [We Both Reached for the Gun; Chicago]

Although she’s dressed up to the 9s at 6s and 7s with you [Don’t Cry For Me Argentina]

Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Good. Un deux trois quatre / Cinq six sept / Un deux trois… / Huit neuf sept huit neuf—Sept huit… [Stay Alive (Reprise); Hamilton]

Talks for 6 hours! The convention is listless! [Non-Stop; Hamilton]

Number 6! / Leave a note for your next of kin [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

Then count / 1 2 3 4 / 5 6 7 8 9 / Number / 10 paces! / Fire! [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

Then count 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 number 10 paces! Fire!— [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

Then slowly and clearly aim your gun towards the sky—1 2 3 4 5 6 7 [Blow Us All Away; Hamilton]


We’ve got the TVs goin’ 24/7 in the cafeteria [On the Edge; Come From Away]

A storm of chromatic scales and diminished 7ths [The Opera; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]

One of the big planes, a triple 7, is sinking into the asphalt. [On the Edge; Come From Away]

Although she’s dressed up to the 9s at 6s and 7s with you [Don’t Cry For Me Argentina]

And sleepin’ in a double bed beside 1 man, for 7 years, you’d notice him [Mr Cellophane; Chicago]

Seems every time I’m about to despair, there’s a 7-11 right there. [Freeze Your Brain; Heathers]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9—There are 10 things you need to know [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

1, 2, 3, 4 / 5, 6, 7, 8, 9… / It’s the 10 Duel Commandments / It’s the 10 Duel Commandments [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

Then count / 1 2 3 4 / 5 6 7 8 9 / Number / 10 paces! / Fire! [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

7! Confession time? Here’s what I got [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Good. Un deux trois quatre / Cinq six sept / Un deux trois… / Huit neuf sept huit neuf—Sept huit… [Stay Alive (Reprise); Hamilton]

In my sleep? 7 feet ahead of me? [My Shot; Hamilton]

Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Good! Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / One two three four five six seven eight nine! [Take a Break; Hamilton]

Then count 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 number 10 paces! Fire!— [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

7! / Confess your sins. [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

Then slowly and clearly aim your gun towards the sky—1 2 3 4 5 6 7 [Blow Us All Away; Hamilton]

7:42 am, Sunday, September 16th. After 5 days, they just ran the zamboni over the ice and played hockey. [Something’s Missing; Come From Away]


I was 8 when I told them I’d be a pilot [Me and the Sky; Come From Away]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9—There are 10 things you need to know [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

She says Monday, 8 am, I will be deleted [Dead Girl Walking; Heathers]

And 8th year of smacking lunch trays [Beautiful; Heathers]

Number 8! Your last chance to negotiate [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

Affairs of state are her latest play 8 shows a week, 2 matinees [The Chorus Girl Hasn’t Learned the Lines; Evita]

Only 8 but so proud and serene [In a Crowd of Thousands; Anastasia (Broadway)]

Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Good! Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / One two three four five six seven eight nine! [Take a Break; Hamilton]

Then count 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 number 10 paces! Fire!— [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

1, 2, 3, 4 / 5, 6, 7, 8, 9… / It’s the 10 Duel Commandments / It’s the 10 Duel Commandments [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Good. Un deux trois quatre / Cinq six sept / Un deux trois… / Huit neuf Sept huit neuf—Sept huit [Stay Alive (Reprise); Hamilton]

Then count / 1 2 3 4 / 5 6 7 8 9 / Number / 10 paces! / Fire! [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

When suddenly someone on air to air traffic says at 8:46 there’s been a terrorist action [Me and the Sky; Come From Away]

By 8 o’clock, the bar is completely packed [In the Bar/Heave Away; Come From Away]


1 plane, then another and then 9 planes then another and then 13 planes then another 19 planes then another 22 24 29 32 38 38 30 38 38 30 38 38 30 30 30 38 planes [38 Planes (Reprise) / Somewhere in the Middle of Nowhere; Come From Away]

Everyone’s got 9 different names!* [Prologue; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9—There are 10 things you need to know [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

Although she’s dressed up to the 9s at 6s and 7s with you [Don’t Cry For Me Argentina]

Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Good. Un deux trois quatre / Cinq six sept / Un deux trois… / Huit neuf Sept huit neuf—Sept huit… [Stay Alive (Reprise); Hamilton]

Number 9! Look him in the eye, aim no higher [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

Number 9! Look ‘em in the eye, aim no higher [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

Then count 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 number 10 paces! Fire!— [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

Your son is 9 years old today [Take a Break; Hamilton]

Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Good! Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Un deux trois quatre cinq six sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / Sept huit neuf / One two three four five six seven eight nine! [Take a Break; Hamilton]


Despite the 10 degrees of frost / And I get into my sleigh [Pierre and Natasha; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]

The 10 dollar founding father without a father [Alexander Hamilton; Hamilton]

Natasha was to be on her back porch at 10 [Letters; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9—There are 10 things you need to know [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

Even before we got to 10, I was aiming for the sky [Stay Alive (Reprise); Hamilton]

It was June, I was 10 [In a Crowd of Thousands; Anastasia (Broadway)]

But if I were still 10 in that crowd of 1000s [In a Crowd of Thousands; Anastasia (Broadway)]

1, 2, 3, 4 / 5, 6, 7, 8, 9… / It’s the 10 Duel Commandments / It’s the 10 Duel Commandments [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

10 times! [Cell Block Tango; Chicago]

When he was 10, his father split, full of it, debt-ridden [Alexander Hamilton; Hamilton]

10s of 1000s of people flood the streets [Yorktown / The World Turned Upside Down; Hamilton]

And then he ran into my knife. He ran into my knife 10 times!“ [Cell Block Tango; Chicago]

Then count / 1 2 3 4 / 5 6 7 8 9 / Number / 10 paces! / Fire! [Ten Duel Commandments; Hamilton]

I’ve been through 10 high schools [Freeze Your Brain; Heathers]

Then count 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 number 10 paces! Fire!— [The World Was Wide Enough; Hamilton]

The duel will commence after we count to 10 / Count to 10! [Blow Us All Away; Hamilton]

On the 10th anniversary from all around the world we welcome back the plane people [10 Years Later; Come From Away]


11:53 am, Tuesday September 11th 2001 [Blankets and Bedding; Come From Away]

11:48 pm: busses and drivers are now taking passengers to shelters [Darkness and Trees; Come From Away]

Every year on September 11th I close my office and give each employee 100 dollars [Finale; Come From Away]

Seems every time I’m about to despair, there’s a 7-11 right there. [Freeze Your Brain; Heathers]

11:53 am, Tuesday September 11th 2001 [Blankets and Bedding; Come From Away]

On September 11, 2011, the town is again filled with Come From Aways [10 Years Later; Come From Away]


When you include the original flight, we were on the plane for probably 12, 13 hours. / We were on there 15 hours. / 20 hours. / 28 hours. [28 Hours / Wherever We Are; Come From Away]

1:15 am, Wednesday, September 12th. Crisis counsellors are called to Gander academy. [Phoning Home; Come From Away]

Es ist 5 vor 12!* [Die Schatten Werden Länger (Reprise); Elisabeth]

I was 12 when my mother died [Hurricane; Hamilton]

Driving mad at 12 miles an hour* [Balaga; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]

It’s about 12 metres long and 12,000 kilograms [Finale; Come From Away]


1 plane, then another and then another and then another and then 13 planes and then and then another and then another and then 19 planes and another and then another and then another and then 26 planes and another and then another and then another and then another and then 29 planes 29 planes and then another and then another and then 32 32 planes and then another and then another and then 38 38 38 38 38 38 planes! [38 Planes; Come From Away]

1 plane, then another and then 9 planes then another and then 13 planes then another 19 planes then another 22 24 29 32 38 38 30 38 38 30 38 38 30 30 30 38 planes [38 Planes (Reprise) / Somewhere in the Middle of Nowhere; Come From Away]

When you include the original flight, we were on the plane for probably 12, 13 hours. / We were on there 15 hours. / 20 hours. / 28 hours. [28 Hours / Wherever We Are; Come From Away]


We’d been sitting there for 14 hours when we pull out the grey goose. [28 Hours / Wherever We Are; Come From Away]

By 14, they placed him in charge of a trading charter [Alexander Hamilton; Hamilton]


1:15 am, Wednesday, September 12th. Crisis counsellors are called to Gander academy. [Phoning Home; Come From Away]

When you include the original flight, we were on the plane for probably 12, 13 hours. / We were on there 15 hours. / 20 hours. / 28 hours. [28 Hours / Wherever We Are; Come From Away]


I am 16 going on 17/ I know that I’m naïve* [Sixteen Going On Seventeen; The Sound of Music]

80 lines of Virgil, 16 equations, a paper on the Hapsburgs [Don’t Do Sadness/Blue Wind; Spring Awakening]

7:42 am, Sunday, September 16th. After 5 days, they just ran the zamboni over the ice and played hockey. [Something’s Missing; Come From Away]


I am 16 going on 17/ I know that I’m naïve* [Sixteen Going On Seventeen; The Sound of Music]

Can’t we be 17?* [Seventeen; Heathers]

I come back, open the door and there’s Veronica and Charlie doing Number 17—the spread eagle. [Cell Block Tango; Chicago]

They were just 17, they still had room to grow [Prom or Hell?; Heathers]

Show business kept us all alive since 17 October 1945 [Oh, What a Circus; Evita]

Number 17—the spread eagle. [Cell Block Tango; Chicago]

We can be 17,* we can learn how to chill [Seventeen (Reprise); Heathers]

When I was 17 a hurricane destroyed my town [Hurricane; Hamilton]

17. Se- se- 17… Se- se- 17 [What’d I Miss?; Hamilton]


You are 17 going on 18 / I´ll depend on you* [Sixteen Going On Seventeen; The Sound of Music]


1 plane, then another and then 9 planes then another and then 13 planes then another 19 planes then another 22 24 29 32 38 38 30 38 38 30 38 38 30 30 30 38 planes [38 Planes (Reprise) / Somewhere in the Middle of Nowhere; Come From Away]

I’m reporting live from Gander airport, where the 19th plane has just touched down [38 Planes; Come From Away]

I’m only 19 but my mind is older [My Shot; Hamilton]

I’m only 19 but my mind is older. Gotta be my own man [Blow Us All Away; Hamilton]

In 19th century Russia, we write letters, we write letters [Letters; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]

1 plane, then another and then another and then another and then 13 planes and then and then another and then another and then 19 planes and another and then another and then another and then 26 planes and another and then another and then another and then another and then 29 planes 29 planes and then another and then another and then 32 32 planes and then another and then another and then 38 38 38 38 38 38 planes! [38 Planes; Come From Away]


There’s 20 verses in this song! [Screech In; Come From Away]

I read it 20 times; 30 times; 40 times [Letters; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]

Now, for the last number in our act, we did 20 acrobatic tricks in a row: 1 2 3 4, 5…splits, spread eagles, back flips, flip flops, 1 right after the other. [Cell Block Tango; Chicago]

There’s only 20 of them anyway. What is 20 next to 1,000,000s who are looking to you? [A New Argentina; Evita]

I don’t always rush in like this, 20 seconds after saying hello [I’d Be Surprisingly Good For You; Evita]

You never think about it, but airplane doors are 20 feet in the air. [28 Hours / Wherever We Are; Come From Away]

See I never thought I’d live past 20 [My Shot; Hamilton]

When you include the original flight, we were on the plane for probably 12, 13 hours. / We were on there 15 hours. / 20 hours. / 28 hours. [28 Hours / Wherever We Are; Come From Away]

Risking skin and life 20 times a year [Balaga; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]

An hour later, they set up 20 more phones. [Phoning Home; Come From Away]


1 plane, then another and then 9 planes then another and then 13 planes then another 19 planes then another 22 24 29 32 38 38 30 38 38 30 38 38 30 30 30 38 planes [38 Planes (Reprise) / Somewhere in the Middle of Nowhere; Come From Away]

There are 22 hours in the day during which the private and intimate life of the house continues [The Private and Intimate Life of the House; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]


We’ve got the TVs goin’ 24/7 in the cafeteria [On the Edge; Come From Away]

1 plane, then another and then 9 planes then another and then 13 planes then another 19 planes then another 22 24 29 32 38 38 30 38 38 30 38 38 30 30 30 38 planes [38 Planes (Reprise) / Somewhere in the Middle of Nowhere; Come From Away]


The plan was to write a total of 25 essays [Non-Stop; Hamilton]


1 plane, then another and then another and then another and then 13 planes and then and then another and then another and then 19 planes and another and then another and then another and then 26 planes and another and then another and then another and then another and then 29 planes 29 planes and then another and then another and then 32 32 planes and then another and then another and then 38 38 38 38 38 38 planes! [38 Planes; Come From Away]

A shame you did it all at 26 [High Flying, Adored; Evita]


When you include the original flight, we were on the plane for probably 12, 13 hours. / We were on there 15 hours. / 20 hours. / 28 hours.* [28 Hours / Wherever We Are; Come From Away]


1 plane, then another and then another and then another and then 13 planes and then and then another and then another and then 19 planes and another and then another and then another and then 26 planes and another and then another and then another and then another and then 29 planes 29 planes and then another and then another and then 32 32 planes and then another and then another and then 38 38 38 38 38 38 planes! [38 Planes; Come From Away]

1 plane, then another and then 9 planes then another and then 13 planes then another 19 planes then another 22 24 29 32 38 38 30 38 38 30 38 38 30 30 30 38 planes [38 Planes (Reprise) / Somewhere in the Middle of Nowhere; Come From Away]

James Madison wrote29 [Non-Stop; Hamilton]


1 plane, then another and then 9 planes then another and then 13 planes then another 19 planes then another 22 24 29 32 38 38 30 38 38 30 38 38 30 30 30 38 planes [38 Planes (Reprise) / Somewhere in the Middle of Nowhere; Come From Away]

When we look back, 30 years from now, tonight will seem unbelievably…beautiful. [The Word of Your Body (Reprise); Spring Awakening]

Here’s an itemized list of 30 years of disagreements [Your Obedient Servant; Hamilton]

I gave her 30 bucks that I had socked away [Say No to This; Hamilton]

30 hours to live—how shall I spend them? [Dead Girl Walking; Heathers]

Spend those 30 hours getting freaky! [Dead Girl Walking; Heathers]

I read it 20 times; 30 times; 40 times [Letters; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]


1 plane, then another and then another and then another and then 13 planes and then and then another and then another and then 19 planes and another and then another and then another and then 26 planes and another and then another and then another and then another and then 29 planes 29 planes and then another and then another and then 32 32 planes and then another and then another and then 38 38 38 38 38 38 planes! [38 Planes; Come From Away]

1 plane, then another and then 9 planes then another and then 13 planes then another 19 planes then another 22 24 29 32 38 38 30 38 38 30 38 38 30 30 30 38 planes [38 Planes (Reprise) / Somewhere in the Middle of Nowhere; Come From Away]


1 plane, then another and then another and then another and then 13 planes and then and then another and then another and then 19 planes and another and then another and then another and then 26 planes and another and then another and then another and then another and then 29 planes 29 planes and then another and then another and then 32 32 planes and then another and then another and then 38 38 38 38 38 38 planes! [38 Planes; Come From Away]

1 plane, then another and then 9 planes then another and then 13 planes then another 19 planes then another 22 24 29 32 38 38 30 38 38 30 38 38 30 30 30 38 planes [38 Planes (Reprise) / Somewhere in the Middle of Texas]

We got 38 planes! We got 2, 300 people on the average! [38 Planes; Come From Away]


I haven’t changed my clothes in 39 hours. [Costume Party; Come From Away]


I read it 20 times; 30 times; 40 times [Letters; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]

You’ll never hit him from 40 paces [The Duel; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]

They’d ride 40 miles to the village of Kamenka [Preparations; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]


7:42 am, Sunday, September 16th. After 5 days, they just ran the zamboni over the ice and played hockey. [Something’s Missing; Come From Away]


3:45 am. Overnight the community’s population has gone from approximately 9000 to 16,000. [Costume Party; Come From Away]

After 45 years of my life dedicated to its service with an upright zeal [One Last Time; Hamilton]


When suddenly someone on air to air traffic says at 8:46 there’s been a terrorist action [Me and the Sky; Come From Away]


11:48 pm: busses and drivers are now taking passengers to shelters [Darkness and Trees; Come From Away]


The winds start to pick up–50 mile an hour winds [38 Planes (Reprise) / Somewhere in the Middle of Nowhere]

And a year was forever and a day, so what use could 50, 60, 70 be? [Lament; Evita]

I live another 50 years [Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story; Hamilton]


Hamilton wrote the other 51! [Non-Stop; Hamilton]

And somehow I’m 51 [Me and the Sky; Come From Away]


11:53 am, Tuesday September 11th 2001 [Blankets and Bedding; Come From Away]


In the 60s love was free, that did not work out well for me. [Shine a Light; Heathers]

And a year was forever and a day, so what use could 50, 60, 70 be? [Lament; Evita]


And a year was forever and a day, so what use could 50, 60, 70 be? [Lament; Evita]


An hour after that, there’s 75 phones and computers with internet. [Phoning Home; Come From Away]

I have never agreed with Jefferson once; we have fought on like 75 different fronts [The Election of 1800; Hamilton]


Charles Burlingame was the captain of Flight 77 that crashed into the Pentagon [Lead Us Out of the Night; Come From Away]


80 lines of Virgil, 16 equations, a paper on the Hapsburgs [Don’t Do Sadness/Blue Wind; Spring Awakening]

I guess I basic’lly missed the late 80s… [What’d I Miss?; Hamilton]


I’m talking you and me! In the summer of ’83. [My Dead Gay Son; Heathers]


What was it ’85? That poor man they’re going to eat him alive [I Know Him; Hamilton]

In the end, they wrote 85 essays, in the span of 6 months. [Non-Stop; Hamilton]


Grow up, Heather. Bulimia is so ’87. [Beautiful; Heathers]


It seems to me I’ve loved him 100 years. [Sonya and Natasha; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]

I close my office and give each employee 100 dollars to do random good deeds for strangers [Finale; Come From Away]

From war to pollution, no hope of solution even if I lived for 100 years [Waltz for Eva and Che; Evita]

Oh what I’d give for 100 years but the physical interferes [Waltz for Eva and Che; Evita]

Just one of 100 sad old men living out their final days in Moscow [Pierre; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]

100s of eyes looking at my bare arms [The Opera; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]

You’d never overcome them with 100 rallies and even if you did [Dice Are Rolling; Evita]

I help to raise 100s of children [Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story; Hamilton]

A thousand soldiers die in a 100 degree heat [Stay Alive; Hamilton]

It seems to me I’ve loved him for 100 years [Sonya and Natasha; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]

Repeated his argument to me for the 100th time [Preparations; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]


200 gym mats, is that enough? [Blankets and Bedding; Come From Away]

That’s a fairly large one, there’s gotta be 200 on her [38 Planes; Come From Away]


There’s gotta be 250 or 300 I’u’know [38 Planes; Come From Away]


There’s gotta be 250 or 300 I’u’know [38 Planes; Come From Away]

We got 38 planes! We got 2, 300 people on the average! [38 Planes; Come From Away]


Well, we fit about 400 students [Blankets and Bedding; Come From Away]


Yes, we can probably do about 600, yep, or sure, 700 if we really pack ‘em in [Blankets and Bedding; Come From Away]


Yes, we can probably do about 600, yep, or sure, 700 if we really pack ‘em in [Blankets and Bedding; Come From Away]

I get a call from Buelah looking for anything 700 people from around the world might need [Blankets and Bedding; Come From Away]


Almost a 1000 dollars, paid in different amounts [We Know; Hamilton]

The things that sucks – okay? – for me: 1000 bucks, I’m like, scott free [And Then There Were None; Spring Awakening]

On this night, on this night of 1000 stars [Charity Concert; Evita]

In that crowd of 1000s* [In a Crowd of Thousands; Anastasia (Broadway)]

In 1000s in my squares and avenues [Dice Are Rolling; Evita]

I try to make sense of your 1000s of pages of writings [Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story; Hamilton]

Then a boy caught my eye in a crowd of 1000s [In a Crowd of Thousands; Anastasia (Broadway)]

On this night of 1000 stars, let me take you to heaven’s door [On This Night of a Thousand Stars; Evita]

10s of 1000s of people flood the streets [Yorktown / The World Turned Upside Down; Hamilton]


1776: New York City [Aaron Burr, Sir; Hamilton]


1780: A winter’s ball [A Winter’s Ball; Hamilton]


The battle of Yorktown. 1781 [Yorktown / The World Turned Upside Down; Hamilton]


1789; How does the bastard orphan [What’d I Miss? ; Hamilton]


To a Mr. James Reynolds way back in 1791 [We Know; Hamilton]


It’s 1800; ladies, tell your husbands, vote for Burr! [The Election of 1800; Hamilton]


Shines the Great Comet of 1812 / The brilliant Comet of 1812 [The Great Comet of 1812; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]


When’d you get there? / 1920 [We Both Reached for the Gun; Chicago]


Show business kept us all alive since 17 October 1945 [Oh, What a Circus; Evita]


September first, 1989. Dear Diary: I believe I’m a good person. [Beautiful; Heathers]


11:53 am, Tuesday September 11th 2001 [Blankets and Bedding; Come From Away]

On September 11, 2011, the town is again filled with Come From Aways [10 Years Later; Come From Away]


They made enough food to feed 7000 people [Costume Party; Come From Away]

We’ve got 7000 scared and angry people who don’t want to be here [Costume Party; Come From Away]


Overnight the community’s population has gone from approximately 9000 to 16,000. [Costume Party; Come From Away]

10,000 rubles I have taken from my sister / and another 10,000 raised with Dolokhov’s help [Preparations; Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812]


It’s about 12 metres long and 12,000 kilograms [Finale; Come From Away]


Overnight the community’s population has gone from approximately 9000 to 16,000. [Costume Party; Come From Away]


32,000 troops in New York harbor* [Right Hand Man; Hamilton]


She filled a bull-ring, 45,000 seater [Rainbow Tour; Evita]


There’s about 1,000,000 stairs [The Dover Fault; Come From Away]

I’ll do whatever it takes / I’ll make 1,000,000 mistakes [Dear Theodosia; Hamilton]

There’s 1,000,000 things I haven’t done but just you wait* [Alexander Hamilton; Hamilton]

Unimportant. There’s 1,000,000 things I haven’t done but just you wait, just you wait… [Satisfied; Hamilton]

There’s only 20 of them anyway. What is 20 next to 1,000,000s who are looking to you? [A New Argentina; Evita]

On this night in 1,000,000 nights, fly away with me! [On This Night of a Thousand Stars; Evita]

I come back with the scholarship money we raised, now worth over 1,000,000 dollars! [Finale; Come From Away]


540,000,000 years ago the continents of the world crashed together right here and 200,000,000 years ago they separated again [Stop the World; Come From Away]


540,000,000 years ago the continents of the world crashed together right here and 200,000,000 years ago they separated again [Stop the World; Come From Away]

* means there are more similar instances of this number in other lines of this song

The Powers That Be

TITLE: The Powers That Be


CHAPTER NO./ONE SHOT: Chapter Forty-Seven


AUTHOR: wolfpawn

ORIGINAL IMAGINE: Imagine Loki discovering a hidden mutant when he realises they are at risk of being found by S.H.I.E.L.D. who experiments on mutants, he is the one to help them.

RATING: Teen and Up


The Avengers held their breath as the Bifrost opened in front of them, wondering what it was the Asgardians had sent as their response to Thor’s request. They were elated when The Warrior’s Three and Lady Sif exited the beam of light, but when Loki followed, there was some tension.

“Good to see you all missed me as greatly as I missed you,” Loki snarled as he looked at them all in distaste.

“Why are you here?” Barton growled.

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I have been waiting all my life to be with you. My heart slams against my ribs when I think of the slaughtered nights I spent all over the world waiting to feel your touch. The time I annihilated while I waited like a man doing a life sentence. Now you’re here and everything we touch explodes, bursts into bloom or burns to ash. History atomizes and negates itself with our every shared breath. I need you like life needs life. I want you bad like a natural disaster. You are all I see. You are the only one I want to know.
—  Henry Rollins
The Solar Clan 1

Fandom: Mamamoo
Pairing: Wheesa, Moonsun
Rating: T (for now)
Word Count: 877
Tags: Vampire AU, mafia AU, scifi, angst, sexual themes, dark themes,
TW: blood, violence
Summary: No one knew it at the time, but that was the beginning of the Solar Clan. The notorious Solar Clan led by Queen Yongsun, an all-female crime syndicate known for their particularly cunning and brutal methods of business.
A/N: Now posted as a full chapter on AO3 and AFF.

Originally posted by wheenie


It was human error to assume a wooden stake through the heart could kill a vampire.

Folktales of angry mobs wielding pitchforks and torches and wooden stakes, shouting profanities and ill wishes at the wretched monsters that lurked the black of night, riddled human storybooks with false moral superiority.

It wasn’t the creatures of the night who were the monsters, it was the humans. With their easily-impressionable, feeble minds, mortals eager to boast their self-proclaimed righteousness tainted the twilight with their hatred for any who were different.

A time came when those who were different struck back. Armed with sharp claws and sharper teeth, those who were different drew blood. Upon the morning glory of their bloodbath, those who were different retreated into caves and caverns, leaving only bloodless caracasses for the buzzards to pick at.

Over time, isolation influenced evolution. Those who were different, those who sought blood, had violence coerced into their genetics as they hunted live meals. Village elders of human communities taught the children never to wander beyond the swamps where bones bleached white by sunlight built great ivory castles among the marsh. The savages who lived there, they explained to the children, were called vampires.

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One part that really fucking gets me in the latest ep, is when griffin says “and the moments that follow the moments of heroism and sacrifice.. and luck” as the void fish sends johanns song and the stolen cenruty out to the entire plane, i can only imagine the void fish as a rallying cry, as the people of this world were slaughtered by beibgs they cannot concieve, they are given a vision, and they fight, all around the plane and all planes they fight, theyre heroic and giving and lucky, and they dont give up.

Everyone in johns plane gave up, they all decided together that they were not happy with the world. Everyone on this plane decided too, decided this is not how their world would end.

I Can Change (Part 7)

Sam x Reader

Word Count: ~1800

Warnings: Language, total disregard for canon, slight twisting of Irish mythology/history to suit my own ends. 

Thanks to @moonlitskinwalker for giving me a much-needed boost of confidence about this one. It’s lore time y’all!

Read previous parts HERE. 



“Of course it’s not good,” Dean muttered. “When is it ever good?”

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Space Marine 8th Edition Leaks

I managed to get a glance at the fluff section from 8th Edition and here’s what I got from it.

Ultramarines:

-The 2nd Company is now commanded by Captain Acheron since Cato Sicarius was sent away to be part of Guilliman’s Victrix Guard. Captain Sicarius was lost in the warp at the start of the Indomitus Crusade. (He does return in Dark Imperium which is set afterwards, but he still remains with the Victrix Guard).

-The other Company Captains have all nearly not really changed and are very much alive. Captain Fabian is still commanding the 3rd, Ventris the 4th, Galenus the 5th and Numitor the 8th

-After the Plague Wars ended with Mortarion escaping, Guilliman spent some time in Ultramar leading the reconstruction, fortification and rebuilding efforts before having to leave again for other parts of the Imperium.

-The Ultramarines then go on something called the “Vengeance Campaigns” where they leave Ultramar and attempt to take back demon worlds while also handling an Ork WAAAGH. They take back 3 of the 7 demon worlds but the fate of the rest of the planets are unknown.

White Scars:

-The White Scars are badly depleted by the renewed Chaos invasions due to the rift opening but the Indomitus Crusade shows up and delivers their Primaris reinforcements, saving the Chapter.

-They then launch a vengeful campaign against the Red Corsairs, attacking and boarding a major Space Station siezed by Huron Blackheart. The Chapter Master of the White Scars, Jubal Khan, and his honor guard fight their way to the heart of the structure when its plasma reactors blow, the strike force becomes trapped in the exploding structure. The fate of the WS Chapter Master and his honour guard are unknown.

Imperial Fists:

-Seeking revenge for the attack on the Phalanx, the Imperial Fists launch an invasion of the Iron Warrior’s newly fortified world of Ironhold (original). Aided by several Knight Houses, they win and defeat their arch-rivals, taking the planet for the Imperium.

Black Templars:

-When the Great Rift opened, a horde of traitor forces began targeting Imperial Shrine Worlds for destruction, led by the Word Bearers. The Black Templars commit themselves to defending these holy places from the traitor marines and several crusades are launched to drive the traitors back. The BT take heavy losses but hold the line against the enemy.

-The Black Templars are called upon to put down a rebellion on a planet. As they fight they discover that the enemy is managing to put more soldiers on the field faster than they can kill them. Realizing the planet was damned as most of its population was turning against them, the BT are forced to exterminate the entire population to put an end to the threat.

Salamanders:

-A Bloodthirster named Khar'kul leads his demonic forces into a Hive World, slaughtering anyone in his way. The Salamanders deploy in Chapter Strength and overcome this enemy with the use of massed Aggressor squads equipped with flamers.

Iron hands:

-When the Great Rift opened, Medusa came under a massive attack by the forces of Chaos. However, the Iron Hands manage to hold the line and eventually the traitors retreat from the planet, leaving behind a battered Chapter.

-The Great Rift that engulfed most of the Space around them now receded, leaving behind planets tainted by Chaos. The Iron Hands launched a brutal “Scorched Earth Crusade” that cleanses these heavily populated worlds from the taint but leaves them in ruins.

-The Iron Hands discover a possible pathway through the Great Rift, back to the other side of the Imperium that is guarded by the forces of Chaos and several renegade warbands. They launch a massive attack on this site and defeat the traitors in battle but just as they are about to reach the pathway, the renegades detonate their charges and destroy the portals. (This is starting to be a recurring theme)

-They then join something known as the Stygian Crusade along other Imperial forces where they make great gains at first but are forced to retreat under relenting pressure.

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The Powers That Be

TITLE: The Powers That Be


CHAPTER NO./ONE SHOT: Chapter Twenty One

AUTHOR: wolfpawn

ORIGINAL IMAGINE: Imagine Loki discovering a hidden mutant when he realises they are at risk of being found by S.H.I.E.L.D. who experiments on mutants, he is the one to help them.

RATING: Teen and Up

You need to focus.” Diarmaid stated in a bored tone as he watched Alexia.

“What do you thing I am doing here exactly?” She snarled through gritted teeth, staring at the mound of earth in front of her.

“Then focus harder. You are not focusing enough, the edges are sloppy.” He commented.

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I’ve been wanting to write this out for awhile, so here goes.

This character right here is Samuel Rodrigues. He’s a Japanese/Brazilian born PoC who usually goes by the names Minuano or Jetstream Sam in game. He’s also a fascinatingly well written character, and is possibly the best example of the anti-villain trope I’ve ever seen.

But let’s not get ahead of ourselves.

Sam was born to a Japanese expat in Brazil well before the events of Metal Gear started spiraling off our timeline. We know nothing of his mother, but we know his father ran a Dojo teaching a sword style that preached violence as the ultimate answer. Unfortunately for Sam, his father was killed by one of his pupils, and he was forced to live on the streets to survive.

It was here he took his father lessons to heart, and built his own twisted morality. Living on the streets was tough for Sam, but he not only survived, he thrived. He became a mercenary, selling his skills out to the highest bidders, as murder and violence became all he knew. He learned that the world was broken, and if you wanted to change something, you needed to be powerful. He accepted violence as a means to an end.

At some point, he had enough of killing for money, and decided to take his beliefs to heart. He started a one man vigilante war on the favelas, in an attempt to clear out the gangs, and protect the people. He found and killed his fathers murderer. He cleared out multiple drug cartels singlehandidly, and in the process became Minuano, a hero to the people of Brazil.

However that wasn’t enough for him, and he decided to take on World Marshal, the largest PMC in the world. He didn’t like how they owned the police, how they were above the law, and how their owners were so willing to send soldiers to their deaths from the safety of an office. He assaulted their HQ itself, ascending the tower to reach the final goal, Senator Armstrong, the leader of World Marshal. 

And he was easily crushed by him. 

Suddenly everything Sam knew was gone. Every part of him was dedicated to his belief that might makes right. That if you applied enough force to a problem, you could fix it. His ideals, his beliefs, his justice, all of it was tied to this. And he lost. Not just a fight, but who he was, and what he hoped to accomplish.

This soulcrushing despair drove him to join World Marshal/the Desperados, and assist them in their Operation Tecumseh. For the next two years he helped them, although he disagreed with several of their plans. Because he wasn’t Minuano anymore, now he was Jetstream Sam. And who was he to argue, he was a warrior, a grunt, a soldier, not a leader. 

All that changed when he met Raiden. Suddenly he met someone who could match him in combat, at least for a short while. But even more infuriatingly, Raiden was claiming to be fighting for the same things Minuano once did. His sword wasn’t a weapon, it was a tool of justice. He wanted to protect the weak, and did so through violence. Seeing him forced Sam to painfully remember everything he had lost over the last two years.

Despite the injuries he sustained in their first fight, Raiden didn’t stay down for long. He declared war on World Marshal, Desperados, and more importantly Sam. He hunted their organization down into the very nooks and crannies, and slaughtered all those who stood in his way. He led a one man assault on Denver itself, killing most of the Desperado leadership as he slaughtered his way into World Marshal HQ. 

Throughout all this, Sam watched him. He called Raiden out on his bullshit, pointing out the cyborg police officers and PMC troops Raiden was so willingly slicing up didn’t actually have a choice in their employment. That they weren’t so different then the children Raiden was trying to save. But he also started to doubt himself, and what he had become. The sunk cost fallacy he built up over the years fell apart, and he was forced to admit that maybe he was wrong. 

And so he decided to fight one last duel. Jetstream Sam vs Raiden in a fight to the death. If he won, he’d view the last two years as his true path, and go ahead with Operation Tecumseh. But if he lost, well, suddenly he’d be Minuano again, fighting for justice, alongside a man who stood a chance at finishing his war.

Because you see, a theme of the game was that a warrior doesn’t speak with words, he speaks with his weapon. Sam even acknowledges this before he fights Raiden. And what other message could Armstrong take from Raiden fighting him with Sam’s sword then a resignation, and that Minuano was back, this time being the hero he always wanted to be.

The Gorge (and other ignorant sermons)

If blood were oil,
          than the Earth might as well
          be hemorrhaging.

                    And

Eat, eat, EAT! is the norm now
          so that I can sell you,
          but can’t see you beyond my belly.

                    And

Perhaps we hear the world “whelp”
          in between the festivals of
          human slaughter.

                    But

The world is dying, no doubt,
          and we haven’t another one to kill
          quite yet.

                    And

We’re all dying too;
          in assumption that we’re destined deity,
          a’gorged our platefuls ignorant.

     - L.C.

singelisilverslippers  asked:

hey so i think tumblr maybe ate my ask or it went to you when you were in the middle of moving/conferencing, but i find myself kept awake at night by a pressing question: What (whom) did Jaylah eat all those years she was living in the wrecked spaceship by herself?

Her house tries its best to feed her, but the foodbox is missing a piece.

Sometimes after eating, with the ugly ache still in her belly, Jaylah will thumb through the foodbox settings, just to see what she could have eaten, on some other world, in some other time. The options light up in dull orange: taquitos. Caesar salad.  Pizza of pepperoni. 

“What is taquitos,” she asks her house, carefully, in its tongue. Her house tells her it is meat in rolled dough, fried in oil. It has been a long time since Jaylah has eaten dough. No nuts grow here, to grind to flour. No axeroot powder to leaven it, should she find some. 

“Give me taquitos,” Jaylah says wistfully, and listens to the gears of her house whir and grind, trying to obey an order it is too damaged to fulfill. 

“What is the meat,” she asks her house, when she tires of the sound of it trying and failing her. 

The house tells her it comes from a cow. 

“What is a cow,” Jaylah asks. 

The house tells her it is an alien animal which lives on a world far away, bred for milk and slaughter. On her world, no beast lives for slaughter alone. The custom strikes her as barbaric.

The fist in Jaylah’s belly tightens, and for weeks she dreams of cows, their big eyes, their funny spots, their slow, fat bodies, designed for violence.

*

For a year, she survives on these things: 

Whistling leaves, boiled down to soft coils in pale green water. 

Salt sucked straight from mountain rocks. 

She finds a strange artifact in the house, a box full of many thin leaves, covered in markings. The house says it is a book, but Jaylah knows books, and they are not these things to be held in the hand, to smell of dust and distantly of plants. She eats the pages of the book, one yellowed leaf at a time, and has the house tell her of its provenance: Around The World In Eighty Days, by Jules Verne. A story of an incredible voyage, to a primitive species. 

There are fish in the river, when she dares go to the river. It is hard to make herself do it, though, and she is too rigid with fear to stay for long, so often her catches are small and scant, hardly worth the risk. 

The yellow beetles, ground into paste. They are more palatable if she can wait and let them dry into powder, but often she is too hungry, and licks the yellow slick right off the pestle. 

Thin-winged lizards, dumb enough to fly into her traps. They are mere mouthfuls the size of her first, full of bones, and stink of sulfur, but meat is meat. Jaylah plugs her nose to cook them, and tries not to breathe while eating. She spits the sucked-clean bones into a pile, and boils them the next day for broth. 

A bee who falls from the sky, body and ship too badly damaged to fly home to Krall. She drags the bee two terrifying miles to her house, flinching at shadows, but no one comes to collect it. Under the shelter of her house’s cloak, she separates the meat from the metal, and tries to tell herself that the waste should go in the ground. But her belly hurts, and the meat is not soured, and there are only the beetles to eat that night. 

*

There are other flesh-eaters Jaylah knows of, besides the men of Krall, who do not eat the meat of others but devour them whole, body and spirit both. She has had to avoid ending up in the cookpots of fellow survivors more than once. Jaylah is not like these people. Jaylah is smarter, stronger, better protected. She has not forgotten her father, her planet, herself. Yes, she is eating the meat of a dead man, wrapped in the leaf of a dead book to mimic the dough she does not have, but Jaylah did not kill this man to eat. It’s a distinction she feels is important.

She brings the rest of her meal to the captain’s seat, and puts her legs up on the arm of the chair. The meat is delicious, lean and good. 

“Tell me again about cows, house,” she orders, rejuvenated despite herself, the animal pleasure of being fed making her dumb body glad. “Tell me what food can be had of cows.” 

The house obediently recites the byproducts which should be available in its foodbox: butter, hamburger, steak, stew, half-and-half, cream, milkshake. 

“I don’t know what is a milkshake,” Jaylah says, although she does–the house has explained before, that it is ice cream made soft, to be drunk through a straw. That ice cream is milk made cold, made sweet, and milk flows from a mother cow to her calf, a willing gift. 

The house tells her about milkshakes again, and tells her to program 987 into the replicator should she wish one. 

“You can’t give it to me,” Jaylah says, and takes a savage bite of her meat. “So no. I don’t wish one.” 

The house sighs itself into perfect silence, until the only sound is Jaylah herself, chewing, swallowing. 

“Play me some music, house,” she says hoarsely, and the house gives her beats and shouting. 



Ten days after eating Krall’s man, Jaylah cannibalizes the fallen bee’s secondary systems–nothing that could help her fly, or reinforce the shields. Just the air temperature and the sound in the pod. She finds a little metal construct that lights up a connection in the back of her mind, although she has never seen it before. 

The part slots perfectly into her house’s foodbox. 

Her hands shake too badly to install the part that day. She ends up leaving the work undone for a full week, until the next time she finds a lizard in her trap. It isn’t yet dead, when she comes for it, only one wing broken, the wound reeking of sulfur. It mewls in pain when she reaches for it, and Jaylah finds herself crying wildly over the poor stupid lizard, crying harder than she did for her own father. 

She can’t let it go–it would only end up food for someone else, unable to fly. 

She splints the lizard’s wing–a reckless, childish indulgence. She fixes the foodbox, and feeds the ill-tempered hissing thing little crumbs of taquitos, little saucers of milk. 



When the lizard is healed, Jaylah grabs it up in her hands, and carries it to the roof of her house. It bites the pad of her thumb, drawing blood.

“Fuck you too, lizard,” Jaylah tells it, and throws the small thing into the sky. The lizard wavers briefly in the air, testing its wounded wing, and then lets out a joyful trill and soars over the cliff, leaving the protection of Jaylah’s house for the uncertain freedom of the dark.

Jaylah stands there looking over the cliff for a long time, sick with envy over the little lizard’s escape. 

“I am leaving this place,” she swears to herself, and although she has eaten well for weeks, she feels a familiar twist in her gut, the hollow ache of hunger.