In my head Alfred is totally one of those parents who shows their kids partners embarrassing baby photos. Anyone that Bruce is serious with gets sat down on the sofa and shown a load of photos whilst Bruce watches in horror, blushing bright red. There’s the usual stuff: “Here is Bruce when he was a baby, he’s only wearing his nappy. The silly kid, he was always taking his Pjs off. Bless him” and “Here he is age three trying on sunglasses in the shop. He though the neon orange ones were particularly stylish.” But you get other golden moments like “This is Bruce trying on his first batsuit” (which looks totally ridiculous) and “Here is a picture of the first time he did weight training” (he is hopelessly trapped and being squashed to death.) These photo collections are usually treated with really awkward silences and nervous facial expressions or a fair amount of teasing at Bruce’s expense (Selina.)
Bonus: When Bruce gets together with J the time comes for the traditional embarrassing photo moment. To Bruce’s horror J whips out a stack of photo’s to show Alfred in return. Picture after picture of Bruce hopelessly trapped in ridiculous death traps and looking like a total idiot. Bruce goes on patrol straight after the ordeal is over and doesn’t show his face in the manor for at least 6 hours.
And on the seventh day since returning from Asia, Donald Trump broke his silence on Roy Moore.
“He denies it,”
Trump said of the Alabama Republican Senate nominee, who has insisted the allegations by several women that he pursued relationships with them when they were between 14 and 19 are totally false. “Look, he denies it.”
Trump’s defense of Moore stands in stark contrast to the approach taken by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and a number of other Republican senators, who have said they cannot support Moore’s candidacy and that he should withdraw from the race.
Far from condemning Moore or telling him to get out of the race, Trump’s comments amount to an all-but-endorsement of the controversial former Alabama state Supreme Court chief justice.
While Trump did not go as far as to say he didn’t believe the women accusing Moore of misconduct, his emphasis on Moore’s denials amounts to the same thing.
The other argument Trump made in his comments about Moore, essentially, is this: Moore is a Republican. Doug Jones is a Democrat. And party matters more than anything else.
Here’s the key part of Trump’s quote on that bit of tribalism: “I can tell you for a fact we do not need somebody who’s going to be bad on crime, bad on borders, bad for the military, bad for the Second Amendment.”
So, whatever Moore’s flaws may be, he’s still way better than a Democrat because he will vote in line with the Trump agenda.
Again, that runs directly counter to the message from many establishment Republicans – that it isn’t worth sacrificing principle solely to hold control of a single Senate seat.
‘We are in trouble as a party if we continue to follow both Roy Moore and Donald Trump,“ Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake, who has been critical of Trump and is retiring in 2018, said Monday. "I just don’t think that is the direction for the party.”
The long and short of it is this: Everything Trump said Tuesday afternoon about Moore and the Alabama Senate race runs directly opposite to what the leaders within the national GOP have said in recent weeks. Literally everything.
The boost Moore will get from Trump’s comments will make it that much harder to remove the controversial judge from the race or to organize a serious write-in campaign against him. And Trump’s appeal to tribalism – any Republican is better than any Democrat solely by dint of being a Republican – will further worsen what is already the deepest polarization in Congress and the country in modern American history.
A guy totally looking like Billy Russo/Ben Barnes sits some tablet across from me in the cafeteria and I’m having some issues.
Looks a bit younger though and his hair is slightly more ruffled. He’s watching something on his tablet and smiled and even that looked like Billy. Send help. I don’t know it is should like him or not.
Probably, my last little tribute to “evil entity” of Heinous (Meteora)
the Monday episode, I thought that the creators will turn her into a
sort of advanced techno-vampire (who drains the life out of young girls
with the help of technology, not fangs) but I like it even
more the way the events unfolded in the end!
P. S. - by the way,
remember that this “vampire” needs didn’t go anywhere, so far I don’t
expect that she will swing to the “bright side” immediately…
We all have this moment, when we realize we’re neck deep into a new fandom or ship or something similar. Usually, you can pinpoint the blame at one or two people, either a friend or someone you follow on social media for DRAGGING you into HELL with them!