trust policy

supergirl sentence meme: episode 1-3

  • you may know his story.
  • i’m not afraid. 
  • you will do extraordinary things.
  • you’re safe here. 
  • earth didn’t need another hero.
  • there were no witnesses except for this homeless guy who swears the perp had horns!
  • there’s no such thing as aliens.
  • you might feel differently if you read this website…
  • i have a date.
  • what’s going to happen to them? to their families?
  • you want to save the paper? go find me a hero.
  • what’s she gonna do? fire me right after hiring me?
  • but first, you have to tell me who you are.
  • i feel like i’m not living up to my potential.
  • you always wanted to be normal, right?
  • when in doubt, go with blue. it is your colour.
  • you try saving a plane for the first time! see if you don’t make a mess!
  • are you okay? me? am i okay? are you okay?!
  • were you scared? i mean, i was scared too, but you– you had to be terrified!
  • i need a drink.
  • what were you thinking?! you exposed yourself!
  • saving people is what they’re born to do.
  • there’s something about me that for most of my life, i’ve run from it. but last night, i embraced who i am and i don’t want to stop.
  • oh my god, you’re a lesbian.
  • i’m not gay!
  • why aren’t they dead?
  • can’t promise her death won’t be public. and messy.
  • human casualties are irrelevant.
  • where’s my cape?
  • capes are lame.
  • we realised we weren’t alone in the universe and we might soon be getting more immigrants.
  • they’re planning something. we’re just not sure what it is yet.
  • they were trying to kill you.
  • you couldn’t even stop us from capturing you.
  • you wanna help? go back to getting someone’s coffee.
  • i know you don’t want to hear this, but she’s dangerous.
  • i’m sorry, darling. i just can’t hear you over the loud colour of your cheap pants.
  • i’m a girl. and powerful, and rich, and hot, and smart.
  • i don’t need you or anyone else fighting my battles for me.
  • how many innocent people are going to die until you prove that you are not a coward.
  • killing you will have to do.
  • you’re gonna be okay.
  • i’ve never felt pain like that before.
  • you were right. the world doesn’t need me.
  • how could i compete with you?
  • your family believes in you.
  • there is no correct path in life. you will lose your way many times.
  • be wise, be strong, and always be true to yourself.
  • i told you, i don’t trust aliens.
  • people of this city will die because of something i did.
  • i don’t wanna die.
  • that’s what makes a hero.
  • don’t you have a city to protect?
  • find her and kill her.
  • no one can be allowed to stand against us.
  • is that the fastest you can go?
  • i see you share your cousin’s appetite for wanton destruction.
  • believe it or not, he’s just looking out for you.
  • growing up, i always thought you were such a bad liar.
  • even you have your limits.
  • there was an implicit promise that she would be, at a minimum, above average.
  • i just started to think about this kitten video i saw online earlier. it’s so funny what they make those cats do.
  • get your head out of the clouds and back behind the desk where it belongs.
  • that was a really good pep talk. excellent use of pep.
  • we hunt aliens.
  • shouldn’t you be sleeping?
  • he has many fine qualities. sadly, cooking is not among them.
  • i want to help people just like you some day.
  • not only do they have the element of surprise, but they’ve also had time to master their abilities.
  • you’re relying on your strength without technique.
  • when you’re facing a superior opponent, you need to use their strength against them.
  • any woman worth her salt knows that we have to work twice as hard as a man to be thought of as half as good.
  • every step of the way, i had to fight, to work hard, to get better, to come out ahead.
  • i don’t wanna be a part of whatever you’re planning.
  • i got some mad sewing skills.
  • who names their snake fluffy?!
  • people are really starting to believe in her!
  • god, what, did you order more pizza? you’re a beast.
  • i’m not a scared little girl anymore.
  • you’re out there, fighting, risking your life, and i still trust you.
  • i have a policy against using my friends for business reasons.
  • i have a policy against losing.
  • i’ve been waiting quite some time to get one of you alive.
  • growing up, i was taught that to accept help from people is not a shame, it’s an honour.
  • he’s so used to going it alone, he doesn’t know any other way.
  • part of being your own man is knowing when to accept help.
  • i was scared, but i’m not anymore.
  • i’m here to save you all.
  • do not stand against me.
  • every species has a will to survive.
  • show me how to fight. train me to be as good as you.
  • you never let that loss diminish your light.
  • this is not a job i take lightly.
  • how can you eat sticky buns for breakfast every day and stay so thin?
  • i think i fell asleep. yesterday was a pretty long day.
  • she– she tricked me. she’s like a villain!
  • it’s a big day for journalism.
  • it’s like riding a bike or severe childhood trauma. you never really lose it.
  • it’s going to make that caitlyn jenner vanity fair look like a penny saver pullout.
  • the story’s spreading like wildfire across social media.
  • everybody wonders who they are at some point in their lives. you’re gonna figure it out.
  • it’s okay. i’ve got you. i’ve got you.
  • i want him to know what it feels like to lose everything.
  • so what are you saying? we just sit back and do nothing?
  • you don’t hear that loud, high pitched, incessant humming coming from the vents that’s making it impossible for me to think straight, let alone string together one coherent sentence?
  • i am very proud of the fact that my many years of being here, i have never thrown a phone at anyone. i would very much like to keep that record intact.
  • if i call for help now, i’m done. we’re done.
  • if i’m going to be defined, it’s going to be by my victories and my losses.
  • it’s gonna be alright. you don’t need to hurt anyone.
  • compared to me, that guy’s a dope.
  • the writing is beautiful. lyrical. the kind of story they make you read in journalism school.
  • she embodies the worst traits of her generation: the earnestness without purpose and the unshakable belief that she has a right to be heard, even when she has nothing to say.
  • that’s why i’m gonna go talk to him, the way i’d want someone to talk to me.
  • i’ll punch him real hard until he falls down. that always seems to work.
  • i’m not here to fight you.
  • i know what you’ve lost, too.
  • it feels like you don’t believe in me.
  • i’m sorry that you’re mad at me, but i’m not sorry you’re still alive.
  • your story is just starting.
  • look at you, all dressed up in your big boy suit.
  • girl knows power when she sees it.
  • you’re very sexy, but as i recall, you’re big on promises and not much else.
  • nothing says powerful more than leaving your own party early.
  • saving the world means saving everybody.
  • i was scared that i was going to lose you.
  • what’s so bad about falling?
  • don’t do anything stupid.
  • i’m sorry for what happened to you. but you are going to jail.
  • you wanna see him hurt? killing me would do that.
  • you could’ve been killed!
  • if that potsticker is not in my mouth in two seconds, i will melt your face.
  • deep beneath that seething disdain, she respects you.
  • you should be proud of yourself.
  • do not watch homeland until i get back.
Questionable sources

Pairing: Felix x Reader

Reader Gender: neutral

Prompt: “This is an apology pizza. Please take it or I will start crying right here.”






With every vile thought, you threw something at your wall. Trying to let out your rage. You were about to grab another lamp but soon realised that that wasn’t a good idea, you didn’t exactly want to buy a new one and so far you had smashed $250 worth of things. You put the lamp back down and kicked the wall before sitting down on your lounge.

You were just so mad, ever since that Shark Boy came around he had been ignoring you, giving your jobs to him, treating you as though you can’t do anything for shit, making you stay behind and hang around with the Blues. He was treating you as though you were lesser than him, Locus and Fish Sticks.

Felix used to be so great around you, yes. He was an arsehole, granted. But, he was your arsehole, very cliché yes, but he was more jokey around you and seemed to be closer to what his truer self was. You even knew that he used to be a complete theatre nerd, which didn’t surprise you because he was a complete drama queen. But evened since Fish with Legs came he seemed distant and would urge you to not do anything to do with mission and let him go with the others without you. And tonight, he finally crossed the line when he wouldn’t even let you can around with him in public, so, you left,without a word. You didn’t tell him why you were leaving when he asked you, and you you didn’t look back when he called your name. As far as you knew, you were done.

You heard a knock on your door and rolled your eyes, “Whoever it is you get bugger off, not in the mood.” You called out.

They knocked again.

“I said: go away!”

Knock knock knock

You stormed to the door, “For Gods sake do you not know the meaning of piss off!?” You swung the door open to see Felix standing there with a square box with a single rose on top.

“Oh, it’s you,” you said unimpressed leaning on your door frame, your screen door was still shut so it created a barrier between the two of you, “What’d you want.”

He took a breath before speaking and holding out the box, “This is an apology pizza. Please take it or I will start crying right here.”

You raised an eyebrow looking at him in a are-you-kidding-me way.

“Please,” he added, a tiny hint of desperation then added jokingly, “C'mon, you know I’m a theatre kid, I will start crying.”

You smiled slightly before you unlocked the screen door and letting him in and he walked in. As soon as you had closed both doors and locking them (hey come on, you were a mercenary but you weren’t going to kill any random who broke into your house). When you turned around to speak to him you were immediately embraced by his arms. He hugged you tightly, resting his head in the crook of your neck, “I’m didn’t mean it.”

You pushed yourself out of his arms, “Oh yeah, that’s why you’ve been treating me like shit.”

“It’s not like that,” he said.

“Then what is it, Felix?” You said crossing your arms waiting for his answer.

He sighed, running a hand through his hair, “I don’t like this Shark guy, it’s bad enough we have to put up with the councillor guy, and you know my policy.”

“Never trust anyone,” you nodded.

“And I just think that he’s going to pull that stupid cliché crap, and …”

“Yes?” You urged.

“I’ve noticed the way he’s been looking at you and when I see it it makes me… I don’t know, I don’t like it.”

“You’re jealous?” You raised an eyebrow.

“… maybe,” he quickly changed the subject, “So, you wanna eat pizza?”

You smiled and nodded leading him to the lounge and sat him down, he looked around the destructed room and looked at you questionably, “What happened here?”

“Anger management.” You said simply taking a slice of pizza.

“Aww honey, you did that because of me?” He teased.

“Shut your face,” you smiled, nudging him.

“You love me,” he smirked, leaning in to kiss your cheek and you turned your head to kiss his lips.

“Told you so,” he smirked, “Maybe I should keep you around, just so fish boy knows your mine.”

You leaned against him resting your head on his chest as he wrapped his arm around your shoulders.

You smiled slightly to yourself knowing that Felix was scared of losing you and havering you be used against him. Maybe he did care, just in his own, Felix kind of way.

Quick Note & Policy Change

Afternoon, everybody! 

I already talked about this on Twitter, so for those who saw it there, apologies for the repeat info and bear with me, please.

Everyone knows my mantra: Ship Without Shame. I believe that everybody has the right to like what they like (and dislike whatever they want).  I also believe that – when it comes to media sites / news – sites set and determine the tone and message that decides the company you keep.

I don’t expect any media site to like everything I like. I don’t care if they do or don’t.  Differences make the world go round. What I do take issue with is when a site (or podcast or round-table etc) decides to include “judgement” on viewers by commenting on the *viewer* not the fictional story/characters.  There’s been a lot of that going around in the media circles lately and it’s left me debating adjusting the policies of my social media accounts.

Shippers are fans.  Period.  We like what we like and, just like fans of action or humor or comic books, our likes & preferences are as valid as anyone elses. We do not have to apologize for it or be “quiet” about it. Or “wait our turn.”  We get to be as loud, passionate, visible, happy or unhappy as any other fan. 

If there’s a hill I die on in battle, it will be in the defense of Romance and those who enjoy it. This is why I encourage shippers to never apologize for or explain their passions.  Why I encourage you to be vocal and passionate about your hobbies and interests.  You are as worthwhile, important, and “matter” as much as any other viewer, and don’t ever forget it. You need no one’s permission.

Hand in hand with that is an expectation that – as a fan/viewer – I feel like I am treated respectfully by the media sites I choose to visit. So, after sitting back and watching this hiatus, I’m adjusting my policy on my social media accounts.

Basically what it comes down to is this: I will no longer be sharing links to sites, round-tables, podcasts, etc., that I feel disrespect me (or you) as a shipper and fan of Romance.

IIn media, words are their business.  It’s their job. Words and tone are purposeful choices. If a site chooses to use their platform to “shipper shame” (or click-bait, troll, or only try to appeal to me/Olicity/shippers when they need traffic or promotion) I am refusing to give them any of my business or promotion.  I have enough respect for myself, my interests, and – by extension – the people who visit my Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, etc., to NOT support those sites.

I know that this will undoubtedly impact what it shared here when it comes to articles, interviews, promos, etc., and I apologize for that, but I have always felt a weird responsibility to my followers to ensure that what is shared/linked here adheres to the tone I want to create on my accounts, which is a fun, safe, positive (even if that does involve criticism that I do hope is always constructive) environment for Olicity shippers.

I feel a responsibility to meet the standard of “trust” you put in me when you followed me. I hope you understand my decision and my goal to only support media that truly reflects my interests and respects me (and you) as viewers and shippers.

Thank you.

Originally posted by yourreactiongifs


I have started a strict no workplace dating policy. It’s all too… You know? They see you, all of you. Then they come to work and they see you here, too, and you try to keep it professional and get things done, but suddenly you’re thinking, I was naked on you before or I wish you were naked now. Hey, remember when you were there at my very rock bottom and I went down the rabbit hole and dragged you in with me and bared the darkest parts of my soul to you in the midnight hours? So, now let’s have a budget meeting. It’s a solid policy. Trust me.

Amelia Shepherd → 11x24 You’re my home

anonymous asked:

Hillary would bring thousands of radical Muslims to America. Think we have a rape culture now and homosexuals have it rough? Try taking a look at the middle east where gays are thrown off roof tops. And women are beaten, stoned, raped and tortured.

Okay, well then. Normally I wouldn’t respond to this sort of thing, but you know what? I’m tired, I’m stressed, I’m pissed, and your arguments are so faulty you’d be kicked out of my debate club in a heartbeat. So here, you provoked someone into answering. Congrats.

First point: “Hillary would bring thousands of radical Muslims to America [who come from a culture that treats minorities and women worse than the US currently does.]”

A), as someone with a great many Muslim immigrants as acquaintances, you’re stereotyping them greatly, and you’re being racist. Those who come here and are so inclined as far as that mindset goes, are so happy to be somewhere they have no need to fear being bombed at night they keep their opinions to themselves, in my experience.

B) Even if your statement were true, how is the potential of citizens with that belief set somehow worse than the FUCKING PRESIDENT endorsing those views? You’ve lost me. Were Clinton to bring in, “thousands of radical Muslims,” they would be CITIZENS, and most likely treated with suspicion and given little to no power in terms of political beliefs, because of Islamophobia. Trump would be THE HEAD OF ONE THIRD OF THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT OF A WORLD SUPERPOWER. Tell me how Trump is better, again, would you?

Second point, which is implied: Were Hillary Clinton to become president, it would somehow become socially acceptable to have, “ gays are thrown off roof tops. And women are beaten, stoned, raped and tortured.”

A) thankfully, the opinions of a subset of the population do not influence societal norms (such as not throwing people off roof tops) to such a significant degree. Luckily so, or else the KKK (which whole-heartedly endorses Trump, if you were curious) would have changed society to the point where we still have slavery. So, no.

B) Fuck you. This makes literally no sense.


‘Hillary Clinton used a private email server!’

So did the Bush administration (The most recent Republican president), and countless other admins did too.

‘She’s a liar!’

She’s a politician. None of them will ever tell the complete truth if they have to; it’d damage their goals. However, I trust her to follow through on what she will do, and hey, at least she doesn’t lie about absolutely ridiculous things any fifth grader with a smart phone can prove wrong. (i.e “China invented global warming!” “I never said that!”)

Oh, and what’s Trump, again? Have you seen the meme “’Trump: I didn’t say that!’ Internet: ‘yes you did!’“

According to this site, a well respected political newspaper, “Trump averaged one falsehood every 3 minutes and 15 seconds.“ That same site says Hillary lies most about herself, but never about her stances, and she follows through.

‘The Clinton foundation is fishy, and needs to be investigated!”

The Trump Foundation used donations to buy a six foot portrait of Donald Trump. The Clinton Foundation has a long history of actually helping people. Oh, and it actually releases its tax returns. Next?

‘There’s fraud in her life!”

Two words: Trump University.

‘She’s no good!’

Look at this post, since it’s beautiful and correct.

‘I don’t trust her foreign policy!’

Again, look at this post, read it, and then think of Trump’s supposed foreign policies. Think of his reaction when the Muslim female president of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina Wajed, says no to anything. Think about his casual distaste to anyone who’s not white. Think of his ignorance. (”Puerto Ricans are my least favorite kind of Mexicans!”) Think of him having the nuclear codes, and of him being in charge of the world’s biggest economy and the diplomatic relationships of a superpower.


Look at this post; it refutes almost all possible complaints about Clinton, with sources.

In the words on the inimitable Krusty the Clown, “You, sir, are an idiot.” and I hope you come to your senses.

the title of civil war is particularly interesting because of this

Steve is probably named for Union General and President Ulysses S. Grant, WHO WON THE CIVIL WAR

However, Grant did have his fault. Ever the idealist (like Steve), he removed any traces of slavery and the Confederacy and tirelessly worked for African-American rights. However, he would often place his friends in high political office, which for that reason, he was tried twice for corruption.

But, the parallels between Grant and Rogers show that they both fought control over their idealized actions, even in the face of a hostile government. Grant and Rogers placed their friends (Bucky) over the “good of the country.”

Tony is supposed to be the government in this scenario, which like Gilded Age politics, is murky and doesn’t have a clear “right and wrong.” This isn’t the Civil War of the Americas that we fully recognize, where history has decided a right and wrong, but the politics of a modern era that are more along the lines of the Republican and Democratic parties, which began to be shaped during Grant’s terms. 

Republicans (Tony) favor big business (Stark Industries), but he also is favoring a government registration act of “dangerous individuals” a la Trump, in his “Muslim registration” act. Tony however is not Trumpian. The Superhero Registration Act (Sokovia Accords) is Republican in nature as several GOP candidates are calling for something like it for Muslims. Stark’s support for the bill is not something to be condemned or something inherently oppressive or Trumpian. The bill is Republican in its nature and it’s a way to insure internal security, while it’s not the best. 

Democrats (Steve) historically favor individual rights and more “honorable” causes. They have been labelled as vigilantes for justice during the Civil Rights movement and again during the Vietnam protests. Steve merely represents, again, another side that has it’s merits and drawbacks, favoring a policy of trust and lack of oversight.

I think that Civil War is going to be a parallel to American foreign policy, not an ode to a clear cut American war.