Susie Wolff (Stoddart; born 6 December 1982 in Oban) is a British racing driver from Scotland. She has progressed through the ranks of motorsport, starting off in karting, then moving up to Formula Renault and Formula Three before moving to the DTM to compete for Mercedes-Benz. In 2012, she was signed by the Williams Formula One team to work as a development driver.

For anon who wanted Toto and Susie (sorry this is so short and you had to wait for so long and it’s so dialog heavy but I’m not that bad at dialog so…)

Are you guys trying to bluff us or what?

Toto bites back a grin. They’ve still got a race to win, and one that probably isn’t going to come as easily to them as expected.

Is it working?, he replies, knowing he shouldn’t…


Toto just smirks when he sees her, but Susie’s eyes only get narrower. The sulks never last long, or they never have before, but Toto knows better than to underestimate her disappointment. Well, if she didn’t get disappointed after something like that, he’d start to think there was something wrong with her. It comes with the passion.

“Cheat,” she says.

He does his best to hold back a laugh as he puts an arm around her, but apparently it isn’t enough and Susie pulls away from him, turning on her heel and marching off, away from him.

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What was your…

last drink: water

last phone call: my mom, so she could pick me up from the train station.

last text message: also my mom, same as above.

last song you listened to: Crystalline

last time you cried: about a month ago (schoolwork is the only thing that makes me cry these days)

Have you ever…

dated someone twice: no

been cheated on: no

kissed someone and regretted it: no

lost someone special: yes, my best friend in high school

been depressed: yes

been drunk and thrown up: no

list three favorite colors: green, maroon, gold

In the last year have you…

made a new friend: Yes

fallen out of love: no

laughed until you cried: no

met someone who changed you: yes

found out who your true friends are: yes

found out someone was talking about you: no

kissed anyone on your fb friends list: no


how many of your fb friends do you know in real life: like a handful out of a billion (should probably start unfriending people)

do you have any pets: a cat

do you want to change your name: yes, cuz no one can pronounce mine

what did you do for your last birthday: bought a cake

what time did you wake up today: 8

what were you doing at midnight last night: writing zolu

name something you cannot wait for: fanfic updates

last time you saw your mother: five minutes ago

what are you listening to right now: Crystalline (just left it on)

have you ever talked to a person named tom: vaguely

what’s getting on your nerves right now: my addiction to tumblr

blood type: B+

nickname: Joy

relationship status: Single

zodiac sign: aries

pronouns: She / Her

favorite tv show: Star vs. the Forces of Evil

tattoos: none

right or left: handed? left

first surgery: removing a mole that might have been (probably wasn’t) skin cancer

first piercing: ears

first best friend: chinu. back in kindergarten

first sport you joined: volleyball. i hated it. i hate sports, except for marching band, which i’ve been told doesn’t count.

first vacation: florida

first pair of sneakers: probably really tiny

Right now I am…

eating: red bean bun

drinking: water

about to: fall asleep again

listening to: nothing

waiting for: my room to heat up

want kids: maybe

get married: maybe. can’t imagine finding someone, though

career: medicine

Which is better…

lips or eyes: eyes

hugs or kisses: hugs

shorter or taller: taller

older or younger: doesn’t matter. about the same age as me

romantic or spontaneous: either

nice stomach or nice arms: dunno

sensitive or loud: ….both

hookup or relationship: relationship.

troublemaker or hesitant: dunno

Have you ever…

kissed a stranger: no

drunk hard liquor: no

had sex on the first date: no

broke someone’s heart: no

had your own heart broken: no

been arrested: not yet

cried when someone died: little bit

fallen for a friend: yes. all the time.

Do you believe in…

yourself: sometimes

miracles: dunno

love at first sight: more like self-fulfilling prophecy

heaven: no

santa claus: no ;_;

on the first date: uuuuuh….go dutch?

angels: dunno

Time to tag 25 people

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i cheated cuz i looked through my activity list for people to tag. don’t mind me, only do this if you want to.


Cree Summer

Cree Summer Francks (born July 7, 1969), best known as Cree Summer, is an American Canadian voice actress and singer.

She is best known for her role as college student Winifred “Freddie” Brooks on the NBC sitcom A Different World. As a voice actress Summer provided the voices for Penny in Inspector Gadget during Season 1, Elmyra Duff in Tiny Toon Adventures and Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain, Susie Carmichael on Rugrats and All Grown Up, Princess Kida in Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Valerie Gray in Danny Phantom, Foxxy Love in Drawn Together, Numbuh 5 in Codename: Kids Next Door, Magma in X-Men Legends, Yvonne and Gordon in Mrs. Munger’s Class, and Cleo the Poodle in Clifford the Big Red Dog.

Early life

Summer was born in Los Angeles, California on July 7, 1969, and grew up on the Red Pheasant Reserve in Saskatchewan. She is the daughter of Don Francks, a Canadian musician, and Lili Red Eagle, an African American from North Richmond, California, and adopted member of the Plains Cree First Nations. She and her family also traveled and lived around British Columbia during her childhood, and started public school at the age of nine in Toronto. Her brother, Rainbow Sun Francks, is a former MuchMusic VJ.

Acting career

Summer’s career began in 1983 when she was cast as niece Penny on the original cartoon version of Inspector Gadget. Her unique, throaty voice was instantly recognizable to viewers, as well as casting agents, who began frequently casting her in animated programs. Many of these were part of cult franchises, like The Care Bears Movie (1985) and Ewoks (1985, part of the Star Warsfranchise).

In 1988, Summer was cast as the freespirited Winifred “Freddie” Brooks in The Cosby Show spin-off A Different World. She remained a regular cast member of the show from 1988 through its end in 1993.

During the run of A Different World, Summer continued working in voice acting. She was cast in the short-lived television series Sweet Justice in 1994 until its cancellation in 1995. Apart from guest appearances on other live-action television shows such as Living Singleand The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Summer’s professional work since has been limited to voice acting.

At the start of the third season of “A Different World” in 1988, the cartoon series The Real Ghostbusters episodes were expanded from their original half-hour format to an hour. The show was changed to be more youthful. Episodes had a lighter tone designed to be less serious and frightening. In these lighter episodes, Cree voiced the sweet and helpful Chilly Cooper, the neighborhood ice-cream woman and innocent love interest of Slimer.

Summer voiced over 100 animated characters between 1983 and 2006. These have spanned video games, cartoon television series, animated films and commercials. Among her most famous roles was in Inspector Gadget (Season 1) as Penny (a role she reprised in the Robot Chicken episode “Adoption’s an Option”), Tiny Toon Adventures (1990) as Elmyra Duff (which she reprised for Pinky, Elmyra & the Brain) and Mary Melody, Aka Pella in Histeria!, Susie Carmichael in Rugrats and its spin-off All Grown Up!, Cleo the Poodle in Clifford the Big Red Dog, Foxxy Love in Drawn Together, Dulcy the dragon in Sonic the Hedgehog, Princess ‘Kida’ Kidagakash for Disney’s Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Valerie Gray in Danny Phantom (2004), Numbuh 5 (Abigail Lincoln) and Cree Lincoln in Codename: Kids Next Door, Penelope in Barbie As Rapunzel and Miranda from As Told by Ginger, Tiff on My Life as a Teenage Robot, octogenerian villain Granny May on WordGirl and Blackarachnia in Transformers Animated (2008).

In the first season DVD commentary of Drawn Together, she stated that she was originally hired to do the voice of Meg Griffin on Fox’s animated series Family Guy, but the producers fired her.

Summer is a frequent co-star of Canadian-American actress Tara Strong, the two are childhood friends, both having grown up in Toronto, Ontario.

Video game voice acting

She performed voice over for the games Baldur’s Gate: Dark Alliance and BLACK. She voiced Tandi in Fallout and First Citizen Lynette in Fallout 2, was the voice of Tatjana in Arc the Lad: Twilight of the Spirits; she also voiced Auriel in Diablo 3, as well as Lady Belgemine, Young Tidus and additional voice-overs in Final Fantasy X; Lenne/Calli in Final Fantasy X-2; Storm in Marvel Super Hero Squad; Cynder in The Legend of Spyro: A New Beginning and Magma in X-Men Legends, and the voice of Catalina Thorn, the leader of the Cell in Crackdown 2. She also had a small role in Mass Effect. She also voices Medusa in the game Kid Icarus: Uprising for the Nintendo 3DS. She also voiced the Inca Princess Micay in Pitfall: The Lost Expedition. She also did miscellaneous voices in World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria. She also reprised her voice of She-Hulk in Marvel Super Hero Squad: The Infinity Gauntlet. She also voiced Kit Brinny in the MMO introduction video for the Massive Multiplayer Game Wildstar.

Music career

Summer sang since an early age and joined her first band at 13. In 1985, she recorded the theme song for OWL/TV. In 1990, she sang background vocals on two tracks for fellow A Different World cast member Jasmine Guy’s self-titled LP. In 1993 she released an album (as lead singer) with her band Subject to Change. Capitol Records did not officially release the album because of creative differences; the records that were produced were distributed as promotions and are considered a rarity. The band, with an aggressive political message and rock-soul fusion sound, remained popular as a co-headlining act with other performers. In 1999, Summer released her solo album Street Faërie produced by and featuring guest artist (and friend) Lenny Kravitz, with the album a moderate success. Although Summer toured as Kravitz’s opening act, her label dropped her and a planned spot with Lilith Fair was canceled. The label continued to promote the album, however, sending out a four-track sampler to radio and issuing remix singles of the track “Revelation Sunshine” in Europe, with a special single specifically for Austria.

Summer recorded a song titled “Savior Self” for which she directed a music video co-starring Zoe Kravitz, daughter of actress Lisa Bonet and rocker Lenny Kravitz. The video was screened online, but the track was never made available commercially, nor was it distributed to radio.

A number of Summer’s portrayed characters (animated or otherwise) are singers or sing songs within the soundtrack of a show. The character of Susie in All Grown Up! was portrayed as a singer with real talent, allowing Summer to sing in the role. Summer also sings the opening theme song for All Grown Up!. The character of Foxxy Love in Drawn Together was a singer, with songs like “La-La-La-La-Labia” and “Crashy Smashy”, Numbuh 5 from Codename: Kids Next Door sang a lullaby to lull babies to sleep. Elmyra Duff as she sang in many times on Tiny Toon Adventures. She co-performed lead vocals in the song “Cool Kitty” with Tara Strong, which accompanied a cartoon called Class of 3000, directed and written for Cartoon Network by André 3000. Her character Priscilla onSheriff Callie’s Wild West sings many times, as well.

LHC Breaks Supersymmetry’s Beauty

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With possible but not yet definite and verifiable news of gaining some understanding to the elusive Higgs Boson, what would happen to the other theories that have been submitted? More specifically the other favored theory. In this limited article, NS explores the other side of the story and what could come of it.:

In July, at a particle physics conference in Grenoble, France, Nobel laureate George Smoot seemed to be channelling the spirit of Thomas Huxley. The scrappy 19th-century champion of Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection once spoke of “the great tragedy of science - the slaying of a beautiful hypothesis by an ugly fact”. Smoot, a cosmologist who made his name studying the afterglow of the big bang, thinks this is just the drama now playing out in particle physics.

Particle physics has a beautiful theory, known as supersymmetry. More than three decades in the making, its elegant mathematical structure was intended to replace the “standard model”, the eminently serviceable but sometimes creaky and in parts aesthetically unpleasing theoretical construct that is currently our best description of matter’s fundamental workings.

Supersymmetry’s beauty is now meeting some ugly facts emerging from the Large Hadron Collider, the gargantuan particle accelerator situated at CERN near Geneva, Switzerland. Supersymmetry predicts a whole slew of new particles, and by most reckonings the LHC should have started producing some of them already. But it hasn’t. That throws up some big questions. Is supersymmetry really the right answer? If not, what is?

Supersymmetry - SUSY to its legion of fans - has long been seen as a panacea for the standard model’s ills. Back in the early 1960s, one of the theories that went into making the standard model faced an embarrassment. It could not explain how elementary particles, things such as electrons and the quarks that make up protons and neutrons, get their mass. It predicted none of them had any mass at all.

A workaround, arrived at from several angles in 1964, was to postulate that an all-pervading field exists with which elementary particles interact differently, giving each a unique mass. This was the Higgs field, named after one of its progenitors, Peter Higgs of the University of Edinburgh, UK.

The Higgs mechanism was neat, but created its own problem. Experimental clues indicated that the mass of the “quantum” of the Higgs field, the Higgs boson, was between about 114 and 180 gigaelectronvolts (GeV) – exactly the range in which the LHC is currently feverishly seeking the particle, with as yet only tantalising hints. The theory, though, made it something like a billion billion times bigger. This gigantic discrepancy came to be known as the hierarchy problem.

Article: The truth hurts: LHC breaks supersymmetry’s beauty