Quand ça n'a pas manqué…. Ma collègue m'a vu est a lâché un “oh mais t'es toute belle aujourd'hui ”… Mouaaaaaaais c'est ça oui! Comme quoi se mettre que du rouge à lèvres voyant ça cache le reste du visage pas maquillé
→ he first came in through the left side and was looking around, but realized his seat wasn’t there and went back out. he came back in through the right side.
→ onew laughed at the cockroach cg during the story time.
→ when jonghyun said, “people who have the half-moon bell, please take it out,” onew looked around and then at his hands. since he didn’t have a bell, he hit the light stick against his hands instead.
→ after finished up with the bell, jonghyun said, “bye, half-moon bell~” and fans did the same. onew had a huge smile on his face, then covered his face and laughed.
→ jonghyun was interviewing people who came with their friends and the people he chose were on the second level; onew bent his head back to see them.
→ when jonghyun asked people who’s friend is next to them to raise their hands, onew hit his knee and held his head in his hands and shook his head as if to say, “what a shame.”
→ while jonghyun was talking before singing “fireplace”, onew kept looking at the event instruction sheet.
→ durring the vcr, he slowly assembled the glasses. however, he didn’t really know how to, so he asked the people around him.
→ he thought the vcr was over at a certain point so he made a motion to hide the glasses, but after realizing it wasn’t over her went back to putting them together. once the vcr was over, he held the glasses in the back of his seat and shook his lightstick as if nothing happened.
→ after “love belt”, onew wore his glasses backwards, hanging off of his ears.
→ onew took part in all of the events earnestly, the instructions said to hold the slogan under the eyes, so he held it exactly like that.
→ onew came with no makeup on, so he kept covering his face.
→ jonghyun said to greet people sitting next to you, so onew greeted the fan sitting next to him by slightly bowing his head. op says that his eyes are very warm.
→ during the encore, “deja boo”, jonghyun found onew and said the “seems like i’ve seen you somewhere” line to him, even though onew had his face covered by the slogan. while doing this, jonghyun tripped on the stairs.
→ for today’s letter the fan said that they wanted to say these words to shinee while smiling; onew listened well and when it was done, he clapped in her direction.
→ onew watched the stages very seriously and applauded.
I know bell couldn't help it but Clarke spent /6 years/ waiting for him with an open spot for him by her side and he spent six years mourning her and moving on and it still breaks my heart and I need to see it addressed in s5
THINGS I NEED IN S5 IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE:
a very teary/ overly emotional reunion- it’s been six years, they all thought she was dead, she thought something happened to them, binch i want to see even murphy shed a tear okay
a blarke hug to end all blarke hugs- one of those hugs where they take a running start and she fucking throws her arms and legs are him and he lifts her OR one where the two of them collapse on the floor crying together and there’s just so much touching it doesn’t have to be romantic it can just be two best friends seeing each other again but y’know i’m a romo hoe so maybe something romantic like bellamy brushing the hair from her face (boom 413 parallels waddup) or pressing their foreheads together.
blarke spending the rest of the season at each other’s side because it’s been 6 years and they finally have their person at their side once again
the two of them catching up/ addressing the no longer dead elephant in the room- 205 parallel where he’s watching her sleep by the fire and she wakes up and catches him.
‘i thought you were dead,’ he says, voice cracking on the word. clarke sits up and offers him a slight smile. her hand finds his, even in the darkness, and their fingers tangle together. he grips on to it like a lifeline. ‘i’m right here bellamy.’
madi letting it slip that clarke used to radio him everyday and clarke blushing and bellamy doing the jaw clench/ head duck while trying to hide a smile. meanwhile the others are just about ready to tear their hair out because ffs just kiss already goddamnit
bellamy and clarke learning how to be with each other again- at this point it’s pretty fucking obvious that their in love but they still haven’t kissed or said anything like that. they’re just… there. enjoying each other’s company as the relearn bits and pieces that they may have forgotten in their separation and it’s nice
somebody admitting that they love the other- maybe to another character, maybe to each other, maybe it’s just really heavy inference (’he’s special isn’t he? bellamy?’ ‘they all are. they’re all my friends.’ ‘yeah, but it’s only around him you light up like this. he’s special to you.’)
i still want a kiss though, and a sex scene like maybe during the midseason finale they finally get together and their kiss is just so soft and sweet and they both keep their eyes closed far longer than they need to and it’s just so… pure. it’s not like all the other first kisses on the show that’s raw passion and emotion. the emotion is there, yes, but they’re soft and slow and you can practically feel the love pouring out from it because they may not have all the time in the world, but they have each other and they want to do this right for once.
I’m writing this for fun mostly, analyzing similarities and easter eggs that I’ve found both in TFA and in the new BatB. Take it for what you will. I’m not in any way, shape, or form, saying that Lucasfilm and Disney are putting subliminal messages in BatB to say that reylo is canon. That being said… enjoy the meta
One of the first things that was brought up and noticed by the reylo fandom was the flower and bell that was seen in Rey’s AT-AT
The flower is suspect on it’s own, but the bell is hard to ignore.
And then we have our dark prince with his infamous line “You’re my guest.” Which has been spoofed many times in the reylo fandom.
We have visual similarities here with Belle and Rey both holding a staff.
BatB using the iconic Kylo Ren line of “Don’t be afraid.” Yes, Belle’s father says this line. But I still find it significant.
This is from a canon BatB storybook. They use the word “monster” when they could have just used Beast.
Rey’s new hairstyle is similar to Belle’s
This is honestly pure crack at this point. But Emma was certainly channeling Rey with this outfit and hairstyle.
SCREEN CAPS AND SIMILAR SCENES
Rey has a moment on Takodana where she runs out and takes in the scenery, it is very similar to Belle’s reprise when she stands at the top of the hill and takes in the scenery.
Belle and Rey making difficult decisions. I can’t get over how similar the imagery is here.
There are similarities between Kylo and the Beast as well. He rages and destroys things in anger, daddy issues, etc.
“Je suis devant chez toi. Fais ton sac et sors steuplait. On va se balader, je sais pas trop où mais on laisse ta vie derrière, t'as besoin de prendre l'air. Quand on reviendra t'iras mieux tu verras. Allez, fais ton sac. T'es la plus belle chose que j'ai jamais vue. Jte laisserai jamais tomber. Viens, jte propose mes bras, et un immense sourire pour décorer ton visage. Récite-moi tes poèmes, tout ce que tu veux pour oublier tes problèmes. Bordel, t'es sublime. Allez, fais ton sac. T'es magnifique.”
Oh no, sit back down. The bell doesn't dismiss you, I do.
Me, in the DR:
I cannot BELIEVE she would blindside me like that. I was so sure tnat we were going to go to Final 2 together, but honestly after this betrayal I've realized that I can't trust her with my game. When I win HOH next week I am 100% gunning for her.
Rumplestiltskin sacrificed his key bargaining chip with Regina–his true identity–over a teacup that reminded him of the woman he loved. From behind bars, he traded all of his power away for Belle, even though he believed she was dead and had no hope of ever seeing her again. The memories attached to that object were so precious, so powerful, that winning the cup back was the only thing that mattered.
The scene humbles me every time I see it. His haunted eyes, the desperation, the edges of despair beginning to creep in…and the immediate relief when he has the cup back in his possession. How cradling a fragile porcelain shell allows him to slip back behind the mask to dwell on happier, simpler times; to feel hope even though he believes his true love is gone forever. Even though he knows he was the one to drive her away and believed himself to be responsible for her death.
Don’t ever tell me Rumplestiltskin doesn’t adore Belle with his whole heart. Don’t ever tell me he’s not a man who can be wholly honest and completely vulnerable. Don’t ever tell me he’s not an utterly romantic fool.
So it was just that normal time before English class where everyone was staggering back to class after lunch and the bell hasn’t rung yet. Theres this one kid that like seems to hate on this other kid? Anyway they’re by the back wall by some desks. He pushed the poor guy and he trips on a desk. His elbow hits the wall and theres been a hole in our English rooms wall for about half a year now.
Panic settles in your stomach, clawing its way up your chest and around your heart; squeezing it like a vice. You’ve had panic attacks before, and only one person has been able to stop them. That person wasn’t here. That person had pushed you away from him earlier. That person could be dead, or worse, been bitten.
After you scream at him for trying to comfort you, Deaton paces the floor as you fall apart.
The ticking of the clock on the wall only fuels your panic. It’s time that Scott is searching. It’s time that Peter could have bitten him. It’s time spent imaging every gross scenario your twisted mind can come up with.
You don’t hear the bell above the door.
You don’t hear the footfalls as they hurry down the hall.
You don’t see the feet stop in front of you.
You only feel the warm hands against your face, sweeping through the tears that have fallen.
Brown eyes search yours. “Breathe.”
You grip the front of his shirt and do your best to match your breathing to his. Your fingers work over his shoulders and rest on the back of his neck, pulling him close until your foreheads are pressed together.
“Just breathe. That’s it. You can do it.” Gone is the panic his voice clung to earlier. Replacing it is concern, love.
By the time panic has released your heart and slithered back to where it came from, you notice he’s crying, too. Not much, just a few tears have slipped past his eyelashes.
You nudge his nose with yours before pressing your lips against his, tasting your own tears. His lips are cool, nothing like the heat of his tongue as it sweeps over your bottom lip.
You can’t stop the whimper in your throat when he pulls back. “I thought… I thought he got you.”
He shakes his head, tucking some hair behind your ear. “Nah. I was too quick for him.”
Scott scoffs. “Dude, I found you hiding in a cave.” Deaton hides a smile behind his hand.
“Don’t listen to him, it was all part of my plan.”
In spite of everything, you find yourself smiling. You lean into his touch. “Your plan? Since when do you have a plan, Stiles?”
Chewing on his bottom lip, he winks playfully. “When it comes to protecting you, always.”
Warmth spreads in your chest, replacing the cold ache that panic leaves in its wake. “I love you.”
In just 10 years, the world’s five largest companies by market capitalization have all changed, save for one: Microsoft. Exxon Mobil, General Electric, Citigroup and Shell Oil are out and Apple, Alphabet (the parent company of Google), Amazon and Facebook have taken their place.
They’re all tech companies, and each dominates its corner of the industry: Google has an 88 percent market share in search advertising, Facebook (and its subsidiaries Instagram, WhatsApp and Messenger) owns 77 percent of mobile social traffic and Amazon has a 74 percent share in the e-book market. in classic economic terms, all three are monopolies.
We have been transported back to the early 20th century, when arguments about the “curse of bigness” were advanced by President Woodrow Wilson’s counselor, Louis Brandeis, before Wilson appointed him to the Supreme Court. Brandeis wanted to eliminate monopolies, because (in the words of his biographer Melvin Urofsky) “in a democratic society the existence of large centers of private power is dangerous to the continuing vitality of a free people.” We need to look no further than the conduct of the largest banks in the 2008 financial crisis or the role Facebook and Google play in the “fake news” business to know that Brandeis was right.
While Brandeis generally opposed regulation - which he worried inevitably led to the corruption of the regulator - and instead advocated breaking up “bigness,” he made an exception for “natural” monopolies, like telephone water, and power companies and railroads, where it made sense to have one or a few companies in control of an industry.
Could it be that these companies - and Google in particular - have become natural monopolies by supplying an entire market’s demand for a service, at a price lower than that what would be offered by two competing firms? And if so, is it time to regulate them like public utilities?
Consider a historical analogy: the early days of telecommunications.
In 1895 a photograph of the business district of a large city might have shown 20 phone wires attached to most buildings. Each wire was owned by a different company, and none of them worked with the others. Without network effects, the networks themselves were almost useless.
The solution was for a single company American Telephone and Telegraph, to consolidate the industry by buying up all the small operators and creating a single network - a natural monopoly. the government permitted it, but then regulated this monopoly through the Federal Communications Commission.
AT&T (also known as the bell System) had its rates regulated and was required to spend a fixed percentage of its profits on research and development. In 1925 AT&T set up Bell Labs as a separate subsidiary with the mandate to develop the next generation of communications technology, but also to do basic research in physics and other sciences. Over the next 50 years, the basics of the digital age - the transistor, the microchip, the solar cell, the microwave, the laser, cellular telephony - al came out of Bell Labs along with eight Nobel Prizes.
In a 1956 consent degree in which the Justice Department allowed AT&T to maintain its phone monopoly, the government extracted a huge concession: all future patents were licensed (to any American company) royalty-free, and all future patents were to be licensed for a small fee. These licenses led to the creation of Texas Instruments, Motorola, Fairchild Semiconductor and many other start-ups.
True, the internet never had the same problems of interoperability. And Google’s route to dominance is different from the Bell System’s. Nevertheless, it still has all of the characteristics of a public utility.