these are a few of my favorite things

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So last night I had this dream that I was playing this (totally awesome!) new Sonic game and throughout the levels there would be different characters that were hidden and you could receive objectives from them. I was playing as Shadow, and Shadow had this device that let him shapeshift to look like whatever/whoever he wanted, and while playing I noticed Amy and went to go see what her objective was, but instead of just walking up and pressing the A button or something, it turned into a cut scene. 

In the cut scene, Shadow used the device to make himself look like Sonic and approached Amy, and then as she was trying to talk to “Sonic” he just walked up and kissed her hard on the face… then I sadly woke up. Why?!?!?!?! I will never know what was going on or what happened next!

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Ace Attorney social links!
Complete rip off of this brilliant post: http://5hirogane.tumblr.com/post/110323152011/what-if-you-could-make-social-links-in-ace

Most of the characters fit well under several different arcana, so I wanted to make a list of my own.

Additional cards with Judgement and The World:

This post is long as heck and I’m not even sorry.

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I also don’t think people realize how much I love these two.

I absolutely love them. I can relate to Chromedome a lot (in both personality ways and personal ways). I love Rewind and his never-ending knowledge of history (I have a B.S. in history). And I especially love the two of them together!

But I rarely get to talk about them, and that’s a shame.

The Next President of The United States Hillary Clinton, in any effort to do the most good she can for the most people she can has:

  • Worked on behalf of children with disabilities, went undercover to expose systemic racism in Alabama’s education system as a young lawyer at the Children’s Defense Fund.
  • Fought to end the incarceration of minors in adult prisons within South Carolina as a young lawyer at the Children’s Defense Fund.
  • Became the first woman partner at the Rose Law Firm in Little Rock, Arkansas.
  • Co-Founded the Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families.
  • As first lady, she traveled to Beijing as first lady of the United States to make the groundbreaking declaration that “Women’s rights are Human Rights.”
  • She took on special interests including Big Pharma to help create the Children’s Health Insurance Program, which covers 8 million kids today.
  • Fought to make sure 9/11 first and second respondents got the health care they needed when she was senator from New York.
  • Secured $20 billion to help rebuild NYC after 9/11 attacks.
  • Worked across the aisle to expand access to health care for members of the National Guard and reservists.
  • Helped expand the Family Medical Leave Act, allowing families of those wounded in combat to care for their loved ones.
  • Was a driving force behind raising the minimum wage in New York and nationally, co-sponsoring or introducing bills to do it eight different times as Senator.
  • Fought to expand Head Start programs as Senator.
  • Worked to expand access to student loans and Pell Grants, so more students could go to college, regardless of their background or circumstances.
  • Worked hard and championed the Edward M. Kennedy Serve America Act, making AmeriCorps a permanent government structure and ensuring more Americans can do the most good they can for all they can.
  • Co-Sponsored 74 bills in the Senate.
  • She was 1 of 54 co-sponsors for the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act.
  • Worked in the Senate to protect families from environmental health hazards that disproportionately affect low-income communities of color.
  • Worked against systemic racism contributed to by disproportion in access.
  • The first woman in history to win a state presidential contest. Hillary went on to receive 18 million votes in the 2008 presidential election.
  • As Secretary of State, our nation’s chief diplomat she worked to restore our reputation around the globe, visiting 112 countries, more than any previous Secretary of State.
  • She helped broker a ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.
  • Built a global coalition to negotiate the toughest sanctions ever enacted against Iran, laying the groundwork for the Iran nuclear deal.
  • As Secretary of State, she helped the U.S. extend antiretroviral therapy—which helps HIV/AIDS patients’ live longer, healthier lives—to 78 countries.
  • Fought for the rights of women around the world, including leading the fight for a U.N. Security Council resolution to combat sexual violence against women and children.
  • Lobbied for the first-ever U.N. Human Rights Council resolution on human rights and declared “gay rights are human rights.
  • Expanded benefits for LGBT employees at the State Department, including partner benefits, health care, and more.
  • Made LGBT Rights a fundamental piece of the State Departments Human Rights Initiatives.

raindrops and roses and whiskers on kittens

Bright copper kettles and warm woollen mittens

     Brown paper packages tied up with strings

               These are a few of my favorite things

*sprays perfume*

*expectation*

*reality*

Confession:  I haven’t played Inquisition yet. I feel like it’s the only undiscovered adventure I have left after pretty much consuming origins and II, and I’m trying to savour it. Even though I really look forward to playing. It’s like that time I got a wrapped package in the mail and left it unopened on my desk for two days, just because it made my heart flutter a little with anticipation every time I looked at it.