oh buddy. my pal. friendo. of course I have a Hogwarts au. well, a VM house sorting at least it is like the first VM headcanoning I ever did I am Standard Millennial Nerd Trash
Grog - hufflepuff. Loyal, well-meaning, hardworking, “my strength comes from my friends” and all that jazz. Would 110% play beater on the house Quidditch team and be the scariest mofo
Keyleth - gryffindor. the whole striving to be a good person and do the Right ThingTM even when everyone else is telling you to sit down and shut up is the gryffindor-est. excels at transfiguration and herbology, thinks the Forbidden Forest is the coolest (kiki no)
Percy - slytherin. I kinda want to put him in ravenclaw but that boy is all about ambition and acting for his own sake. plus there’s the cunning, resourcefulness, and a loyalty only to those very close to him. potions expert, also very good with charms. has a small collection of cursed artifacts “because they’re fun”
Pike - hufflepuff. a very gryffindor-y puff, but at the end of the day she’s all about kindness for kindness’ sake. also, she will kick your ass if you threaten her or her friends because good is not soft and because you can be the beating heart of the group without being weak. plays seeker beater; tried out with grog for shits n giggles and turns out she’s really good
Scanlan - slytherin. as an existentialist everything is inherently meaningless, so he cares very much about those close to him and everyone else can figure out their own shit. resourceful, clever, sly, cunning. great showman. wonderful with charms. definitely does the commentary for the quidditch games, to everyone’s dismay
Tiberius - ravenclaw. always with the questions, always with the suggestions, always with the trying new things. Tibs wants to know, wants to discover. Probably spends all his time in the library. what a nerd
Vax - gryffindor. brave, chivalrous, charges headfirst into battle and wears his heart on his sleeve. sure, he could argue his way into slytherin with Vex –– and make a good argument for it too; that boy definiely has some slytherin qualities –– but at the end of the day he desire to do the right thing, to be worthy and just. he’d definitely play quidditch, probably seeker
Vex - slytherin. ambitious, resourceful, clever, cunning. whip smart and determined to get what she wants so help her god. captain of the slytherin quidditch team, chaser seeker and amazing on a broom (she had percy make some mods that probably aren’t strictly legal but whatever, it’s fine)
bonus: Allura is a ravenclaw, Kima is a gryffindor, Gilmore is a slytherin, Kash is a puff and he doesn’t want to talk about it, Zahra is hard to get a bead on but probably a slytherin, Victor is a ravenclaw (learn from his mistakes!), and Kern is a squib
Favorite Scene from Each Episode of Veronica Mars - Episode 1.10
Pick your favorite scene from the episode and tell us why it’s your favorite. Remember to tag your post #vm episodes
Today- AN ECHOLLS FAMILY CHRISTMAS
No, no, no, I won’t do it and you can’t make me! There is NO WAY I can pick just ONE scene from this episode and call it my favorite.
So I could monopolize this post with fantastic screen caps of Logan (thanks jdohring.com) and remind you of each PERFECT minute of this episode (sorta like this):
WEEVIL & LOGAN… Seriously, WEEVIL & LOGAN!
EVERY DAMN SECOND OF THE LoVe FOREPLAY IN THIS SCENE:
THE SMILE WHEN VERONICA TELLS THEM SHE KNOWS WHODUNIT
THE (GRUDGING) ADMIRATION OF VERONICA’S CARD SKILLS
THE STABBING OF… Excuse me, be right back…
(42 minutes and one rewatch later)… Where was I? Right, the perfection that is An Echolls Family Christmas. Okay, maybe one scene squeaks past the others- the entire exchange between Logan and Veronica in the pool house. The acting, the exchanged looks, the sarcastic insults, the witty banter, and the sizzling chemistry. I could write multiple posts about how and why I love this scene (entire episode), but I won’t waste your time- just go (re)watch it.
It immediately reminds me balcony of Bjarke Ingels Group’s VM Houses at Copenhagen, Denmark.
Planar triangulation exhibits similitude to major monumental spaces at Manhattan such as Union Squares, Time Squares, or Columbus Circle, due to its conflict to immediate quantitative value, and its concord with accessibility which increases qualitative values. Moreover, triangular balcony exhibits possibility of vectorial reading which is identical two-dimensionally.
Moreover, by retrofitting twisted helical forging hand rails over triangular balconies, a set of internal geometrical conflicts are thus created: vertical helix exhibits no particular favor of two-dimensional vectors but a set of infinite vectorial events between two-dimensional intervals and an axial vector. In another words, its horizontality is non-identical, and its verticality is identical.
One’s identifying toward the street, another set of elements then diffusingly ascends toward the sky; never resolved.
Images: Dwelling with triangular balconies at St. Mark between First and Second Ave.