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River & the Doctor Appreciation Countdown challenge - April 16th, we shone like a star & blinded who stared: your favourite moment(s)

Real Talk

As someone who has been bullied during childhood, I really relate to Snape. In elementary school I was overweight, quiet, a bookworm, and not as outgoing as my classmates. I was very passive, so when people talked about me I would get upset, and tear up sometimes. In fourth grade this boy said that he was going to stalk me and then kill me. At the time I just laughed it off because it was so out of the blue. I told my mom and we filed a report at school. (I can’t remember if the boy got suspended or not) In eighth grade I said my first curse word (Hell, which isn’t really a curse). But the point is that up until that point I had never spoken up or fought back when people picked on me.

Once I did I became very sarcastic, and my classmates, who were used to the passive version of myself, said I became mean and rude. Now a senior in high school I will admit that some things I said were totally uncalled for and mean for no reason, even stuff I said to my friends. But at the time I didn’t say them to hurt others. I said them as a precaution. I was so used to other people having better comebacks and put downs that I lashed out first to protect myself.

This is the product of bullying. People end up hurting others when they try to keep themselves from getting hurt first. Severus has a lot of flaws, and some of his actions were just plain mean and uncalled for. But if you think he was just mean to be mean then you don’t know his character at all.

very late “live”blogging of 6x05
  • Ok, I knew that was coming, but srsly, did they give any plausible reason why they killed off Chang? Like, having TWO characters related to Maura that aren’t part of the Rizzoli clan is just too much??
  • Susie would NEH VER
  • there’s something very badass and hot about Maura having the governor on speed dial
  • dude, srsly?? Even when Maura’s employee and friend is killed she gets less screentime than Jane
  • Jane’s prom disaster was actually going with a boy, right
  • Suspended from duty? Like there haven’t been enough bad things happening to Maura on this show/episode alone
  • OF COURSE Jane’s caller ID on Maura’s phone is a big picture of her smiling face
  • “you and I do not do well on the sideline”… you and I… ‘cause they’re a team… always
  • Ok, alright, that vacuuming scene between Maura and Angela was good. I laughed like I haven’t in a while watching this show
  • “I brought dinner… like we planned” ~~
  • Maura in a leather dress.. Is this really necessary. Do you not care for my wellbeing
  • Kent has his own picture as his screen saver, omg
  •  Oh oh I don’t want Maura thinking twice about Kent… they’re good friends…
  • they are adorable okay
  • all i want is maura and jane dancing together, just side by side is enough
  • This was a pretty OK episode. Not above average, but I didn’t get annoyed too much…

But these leaves conning, you con at peril,

For these leaves, and me, you will not understand,

They will elude you at first, and still more afterward, I will certainly elude you (x)

my brother told me that for his school’s year 12 muck up photos they got to dress up and 3 guys went in blackface, one went as a KKK member and a bunch of guys went as ‘islamic terrorists’ and the school didn’t care, they did nothing about it the boys weren’t even suspended. 

teenage boys are gross what the actual fuck. 

For The Little Guy Suspenders and bow tie set – Out to Sea by Sarah Jane – Boy’s Bow Tie – pre-tied – Clip on – Ring Bearer

Wedding Rings 14k Solid Gold Black Rose Cut Diamond Ring With Brilliant Cut White Diamond In Pave Setting, Black Round Rose Cut Diamond Engagement Ring Cushion Cut Solitaire Citrine Ring in 14k Yellow Gold Citrine Engagement Ring November Birthstone Ring Gemstone Band, Size 7 (Resizable) Acrylic Mason Jar Tumbler - Wedding Ring - Bachelorette Party - Cowboy Boots - Acrylic Tumbler…


This is what happens when you let your parents learn moviemaker

Police: Driver in deadly bus crash had suspended license

GREENFIELD, Ind. (AP) — A 6-year-old boy died and 11 others were hurt when their church bus overturned near Indianapolis in an accident that police said appeared to be the result of an error by a driver with a suspended license.

The boy was ejected from the small church bus in the crash along Interstate 70 about 20 miles east of Indianapolis, Indiana State Police said. After the crash, the bus could be seen off of the side of the interstate near a tree line. Police said it was carrying 12 people.

The driver, 53-year-old Charles Goodman of Gary, had a suspended license and was wanted on an arrest warrant out of Lake County for failing to appear in court for a traffic offense, police said in a news release.

Goodman was ejected and pinned underneath the bus but was alert at the scene before being transported to an Indianapolis hospital by medical helicopter, according to the release.

Two adults were in fair condition at IU Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, and two children were in fair condition at IU Health Riley Hospital for Children, also in Indianapolis, spokesman Gene Ford said. Their ages were not available.

Seven people were being treated for non-life-threatening injuries at Hancock Regional Hospital in Greenfield, spokesman Rob Matt said.

The bus was carrying members of St. Jude Family Worship Center in Gary. Terrance Gardner, who was with the group but traveling in a car behind the bus, told WTHR-TV group was headed to a youth convention in the Dayton, Ohio, area.

“I seen that the bus had flipped over, so I instantly rushed to help as many people as I could, to help anyone if I could. Smoke came up, they quickly put it out, so we proceeded with trying to get as many people out as we could. Everyone made it except one,” Gardner said.

“I don’t know what to say, I was just dumbfounded. I don’t believe there’s no word to describe it,” Gardner said.

Police said in the news release that a preliminary investigation indicates the crash “appears to be a result of driver error.”

“There is no evidence at this time of any mechanical failure,” the release said. It didn’t give further details about what caused the bus to overturn. The 6-year-old boy was not immediately identified.

The bus will be inspected by the Indiana State Police Commercial Motor Vehicle Division, it said.