state of ut

awazuki  asked:

Does Chara remember the reset and erase the world??

(undertale spoilers)

Without a doubt, Chara remembers the erasure of the world. The second time you complete the genocide route, Chara has a different dialogue.

Chara is also able to remember after resets. This is evident when Chara faces Sans in the genocide route. By reading Chara’s expression, Sans is able to tell how many times Chara has died to him because Chara is the one who remembers. Sans is also able to tell when Chara has killed him previously.

While this is generally seen in between reloads of the same run, this dialogue is also made between resets. For example, a player may defeat Sans in the genocide route, but reset before going to Asgore. If a genocide route is repeated on this new route, Sans will still comment on Chara’s expression: “that expression that you’re wearing… well, i won’t grace it with a description.” Having defeated Sans before, Chara was likely showing an expression of delight or triumph. This happens regardless of the number of resets since the last genocide route.

The pacifist route ending after the genocide route is also evident of Chara’s ability to remember between resets. No matter how many resets are done since the first genocide route, normal or true resets, Chara is in control at the end of the pacifist route.

jackscrutchie  asked:

“You make me feel so happy just to be around you. The way you smile, your beautiful laugh, the way you look at me, It brings me such joy.” With JackCrutchie. ❤

I was going to write some nice, short one-shot. And now we’ve got this 6,000+ behemoth. Whatever, it was fun. Hope y’all like this one!

Also, shout out to one of my greatest friends up at college, who sat me down and helped me come up with a realistic plan for Crutchie’s life–which, is basically a combination of her plans and her friend’s plans–and then proceeded to threaten me if I didn’t let her read this after it was finished.  

Crutchie had a plan. It was the perfect plan and he wouldn’t allow anything to get in the way of him achieving his dreams. Nothing would stop him; he wouldn’t let it. When Crutchie had started college, he had fallen in love with the anthropology class that he had taken to cover some liberal arts requirement that his adviser had informed him was mandatory. Crutchie had immediately changed majors and never looked back. Suddenly, Crutchie knew exactly what he wanted to do: he would major in anthropology and he would find a way to work and identify bodies, in order to connect them back to their families.

He knew exactly how he would get to that point. First, he would graduate with his bachelor’s degree in anthropology and two minors in biology and chemistry. He would get his masters in biological anthropology at, either Michigan State or UT Knoxville. Through that degree, he would be able to pursue either contemporary mass grave excavation, or stable isotope identification methods. Both would allow him to work with mass graves. After studying their programs, Crutchie had felt as if those schools offered what he needed to achieve his goal. Once he had gotten his masters, Crutchie hoped to work or volunteer, either through the UN or an NGO to excavate mass graves. Ideally, he hoped to work in Afghanistan, but he knew that he would be content anywhere. As long as he was helping these people, long dead, be connected to their posterity. Maybe Crutchie would even get a job at the Smithsonian or the Museum of Natural History in New York. He was open to that avenue, as well, so long as he had worked with mass grave excavations, in the end.

Really, Crutchie had everything planned out, and he could not afford to be distracted from his goal and life-long pursuit.

Which was why Jack Kelly’s appearance into his life was not initially welcome. 

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College Football teams and their stadium: Pac-12


Spring 2017 Worn Wear College Tour!

Folks, we’re hitting the road and traveling to colleges around the country to repair clothing for free and teach folks how to fix their own clothes. In an effort to repair more than just clothes, for this tour we’ve teamed up with the Post Landfill Action Network to create conversation and action towards a world with less waste. There will be some fun talks along the way from our own Rick Ridgeway, Vincent Stanley and many others.

The Patagonia Worn Wear repair team can fix about 40 garments per day (sorry, no repairs on luggage or shoes). All repairs are made on a first come, first served basis. One repair per guest. We fix all brands!

Tour stops

Click on each stop for details:

Thur 2/16  Feb. 16  10am-5pm  College of Charleston  Charleston, SC

Tue 2/21  Feb. 21  10am-5pm  University of Georgia  Athens, GA  

Thur 2/23  Feb. 23  11am-6pm  Clemson University  Clemson, SC     

Mon. 2/27  Feb. 27  10am-5pm  Warren Wilson College  Swannanoa, NC

Wed 3/1  Mar. 1  9am-3pm  American University  Washington DC 

Fri 3/3  Mar. 3  10am-5pm  Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT)  New York, NY  

Mon. 3/6  Mar. 6  11am-6pm  Yale University  New Haven, CT  

Wed 3/8  Mar. 8  10am-5pm   Mass Amherst  Amherst, MA 

Fri. 3/10  Mar. 10  10am-5pm  Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)   Cambridge, MA       

Tues 3/21  Mar. 21  9am-5pm  University of New Hampshire  Durham, NH  

Thurs. 3/23  Mar. 23  11am-6pm  University of Vermont  Burlington, VT  

Mon. 3/27  Mar. 7  10am-5pm  Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)   Rochester, NY  

Wed. 3/29  Mar. 29  12pm-7pm  Ohio University  Athens, OH 

Fri 3/31  Mar. 31  10am-4pm  Michigan State University  East Lansing, MI  

Wed 4/5  Apr. 5  10am-4pm  University of Minnesota  Minneapolis, MN

Mon. 4/10  Apr. 10  10am-5pm  University of Colorado: Colorado Springs  Colorado Springs, CO  

Wed. 4/12  Apr. 12  10am-5pm  Utah State University  Logan, UT  

Tues. 4/18  Apr. 18  10am-5pm  University of Oregon   Eugene, OR 

Fri. 4/21  Apr. 21  10am-5pm  UC Berkeley  Berkeley, CA 

Tue. 4/25  Apr. 25  10am-5pm  Cal Poly SLO  San Luis Obispo, CA

Wed. 4/26  Apr. 26  11am-5pm  UC Santa Barbara  Santa Barbara, CA 

sombra: nice to work with you mccree… if that is your real name.

To Eat, to Consume, to Feast

Ute Nagat was a man not often defied. As one with the stature of a giant he received the obedience of those cowed by physique alone. As a member of the Society of Yern Hunters he received the submission of those willing to bow to authority and experience. As an heir of the Nagat bloodline he was served by those respecting his long and storied lineage. Such was his right.

There was no doubt in Ute’s mind that he would not be defied by the world either. He knew he would be the first to find Yern, a city lost to the writhing jungle of the Madlands centuries before. That same self-assurance made his failure to date all the more galling. After his last expedition returned with vast treasures but no new knowledge of the lost city, he had immersed himself in the archives of his order. He searched through vault after vault of painstakingly collected knowledge about the vast swathe of the world hostile to human life itself. In endless stacks of shipping manifests, historical accounts of petty deeds, and overwhelming numbers of death receipts, he eventually found a single, solitary, solid lead to follow. In this, as in all things, Ute had no plans on being defied.

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2017 Top Games of the Week: Week 11

Week 11 is LOADED! We’ve got a bunch of great games up top including THREE top ten matchups! Let’s get to previewing!

Top Ten Games of the Week

10. #19 Washington State 8-2 (5-2) at Utah 5-4 (2-4)

Washington State is still very much in the PAC-12 North race. The Cougars have to survive a trip to Salt Lake City, a dangerous proposition, to keep up with rival Washington.

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any of you fickins or fictives (or the like) out there who dealt with multiple resets/lives/rebirths/etc. get horrid memories or triggered anxiety every time the ad for “happy death day” plays?

or is that only me?

ya know what. since im already on the “talking about shit that bothers me” train i might as well bring up something else. im getting kinda cheesed off abt the current state of ut fandom’s Sans Angst. like, dont get me wrong, sans is a sad dude. dude has a lot to be sad about. and i like that! to me hes a very realistic portrayal of a depressed person that i can relate to in a way i dont see very often. but thaaaaaaat’s the shit that bothers me in fandom. the fact that i dont feel like im getting that. ppl tend to just, focus on papyrus’s potential death or timeline angst or on the more “romantic” aspects of sans’s depression in general, which is like, fine, whatever, but i want to see the gross stuff too. i want people to remember that depression has a lot of ugly aspects too and it tends to make us really, really suck at being alive. i want to see sans sitting in grillby’s for an entire day just because he cant work up the motivation to walk home. i want to see sans with every opportunity to save papyrus from being killed but just watching from the sidelines instead, because does it really matter, anyway? i want to see sans failing to pick up frisk from a playdate because he’s just too sad about nothing to leave the house but too guilty to ask for help. because like, that happens. that’s me every day (ok not the second one but you get it). so…. when i joke about like “lol sans kinda sucks” or whatever im not doing that because i dont like him or think hes a bad person. its just because like, i kinda feel like this actually good representation of my mental illness and the effects it has on my life is being glossed over or shoved away. i dunno. i need sans to be self-pitying and overwhelmed and bad at being a person in general. give me that.