walker texas rangers

Warframe but like in high school

Atlas: Senior. Workout buddies with Rhino. Has a rock collection. Surprisingly good at cooking.

Ash: Senior. Bros with Excalibur. Closet weeb. Thinks Banshee is attractive.

Banshee: Junior. Loves listening to dubstep. Headphones never come off…NEVER. Very quiet and shy.

Chroma: Senior. Has a large pet lizard that he feeds live chickens named “Draco”. Plays Dragonborn in Dungeons & Dragons. Has multiple dragon posters.

Excalibur: Senior. Plays Quarterback on the football team. Has high grades. Also closet weeb. Has a crush on Mag.

Ember: Junior. Has a thing for Valkyr. Throws lit firecrackers at people. Smokes weed.

Equinox: Freshmen. Creepy twins. Finish each other’s sentences. One wears black, the other wears white. ALWAYS together.

Frost: Junior. Has a thing for Ember. Is always wearing a hoodie because he’s cold…all the time.

Harrow: Sophomore. Really into occult stuff. Has Demonic pentagrams on his notebooks and lockers. “Do you have time to talk about our Lord and savior, Satan?” is the line he uses to break the ice. Taken a liking to Nekros. History teacher’s favorite. Scares the hell outta Mag. (Poor girl.)

Hydroid: Sophomore. Likes pirates of the Caribbean. Wears a pirate hat everywhere. Perverted. Tells terrible pirate related puns.

Inaros: Sophomore. Has a beetle collection. Timid. When threatened throws pocket sand. Nekros’ younger brother.

Ivara: Freshman. Loves Archery. Reads comics. Green Arrow and Hawkeye are favorite heroes. Pro Hanzo in Overwatch. Always falls asleep in class.

Limbo: Junior. Wears a Tux everywhere. Thinks he’s good with the ladies. Not very good with the ladies. Terrible at Math.

Loki: Sophomore. Ash’s younger brother. Plays pranks with Mirage. Has a criminal record for Vandalism and Public indecency. Also smokes weed.

Lotus: Principal. Knows everything about the students. Chooses to do nothing about it. Inexplicably always drinking coffee. Plays phone games during work hours.

Mag: Freshman. Trusted by Lotus to keep everyone in check. Never acts out. Straight A’s. Makes Nyx jealous because her boobs are bigger. Loves Astrology and Physics. Has science blog. Smallest in school

Mirage: Senior. Teases Loki with “Perverted acts”. Loves playing pranks. Blew up Principal’s bathroom and didn’t get caught. Rarely shows up for class. Likes to dress Mag up in outfits.

Mesa: Junior. Plays Overwatch with Ivara, mains McCree. Loves to tell you what time it is (you know damn well what I mean) Has a bunch of old Cowboy movies. Remembers every scene of Walker Texas Ranger.

Nyx: Senior. Small boobs, big brain. Everyone listens to her, Sorta the disciplinarian.

Nekros: Senior. Always wears all black. Never smiles. Childhood friendswith Saryn. Unaware that almost every girl and Limbo (excluding Nyx, Saryn, Ember, and Mirage) is afraid of him.

Nezha: Sophomore. Only Transgender in school, loves to tell everyone about it. Burned down the gym one time and didn’t get caught. Wrote his name in fire in the school courtyard.

Nidus: Junior. Owns every zombie movie ever. Likes to wear zombie makeup to school. Jumpscares Mag all of the time.

Nova: Freshman. Best at astrophysics…beats Mag actually. Has a weird thing for blowing shit up. Respected by Ember. Tutors Rhino and Valkyr.

Oberon: Junior. President of Nature club. Loves butterflies. Extremely dense but has an A in biology.

Octavia: Junior. Banshee and her are the female equivalent of bros for life. Made Banshee’s Spotify playlist. Makes her own mixtapes. Plays said mixtapes on morning announcements. Lotus would do something about it if she didn’t really like the music.

Rhino: Senior. Jacked! Pretty dumb. Great football player.

Saryn: Senior. Owns a Katana for God knows why. Pretty chill. Student Council president. Smokes weed and drinks. Developed feelings for Nekros. Created the dogmatic teaching of “Biggest boobs makes the rules”. Also not very liked by Nyx.

Stalker: Sophomore. Emo. Probably planning school shooting. Hates everyone but Nekros. Has a really creepy crush on Mirage.

Titania: Freshman. VP of nature club Huge crush on Oberon but will never say it. Even dressed up as a butterfly to get him to notice her only to be outshined by his butterfly costume.

Teshin: Gym teacher. Doesn’t give a fuck.

Trinity: Junior. Goody two shoes. Helps out the school nurse. Wants to be a doctor. Asked Volt to play Doctor. Volt thought she wanted to like practice medicine which they did…sorta.

Vauban: Senior. Engineer. In robotics. A’s in physics. Heard of sports at most. Always in charge of fixing everyone’s….everything. Lotus even bribed him to fix the computersin the lab rather than paying for an actual professional. Worked out in the end.

Volt: Junior. On track team. Listens to Sonic the hedgehog soundtrack while jogging. Crush on Saryn. Avoids Trinity actively.

Valkyr: Sophomore. Good at gym but not much else. Anger issues. Pummeled Hydroid to a pulp for looking at her butt too long. Rhino’s younger cousin.

Zephyr: Junior. Owns a pet hawk that creeps out everyone considering it follows her every command. Does parkour and hanglides.

Wukong: Freshman. Practices gymnastics. Practices martial arts with the Bo staff just to say he can. Showed up to practice drunk one time. Has a pet monkey named Pyjak that he puts sunglasses on and takes selfies with.

Clem & Darvo: College kids that hang out near the school. The suppliers of all of the contraband that goes around the school.

Amaryn (New Loka Lady): Vice Principal. Lotus’ advisory and all-around babysitter.

Cressa Tal (Steel Meridian Lady): English Teacher. Claims she hates men yet has a new boyfriend every few weeks. Every class is like a sad romance novel.

Arbiters of Hexis: Mean teachers I forgot to cover.

Ergo Glast (Perrin Sequence guy): Math Teacher. So boring he sometimes puts himself to sleep while he’s at the board teaching.

Red Veil dude: History Teacher. During class he makes random Conspiracy theories. Everyone thinks he’s crazy.

My Daddies

These are in no special order (Yet) But I was just thinking about all my daddies and I thought y’all would enjoy knowing them. I will be including a few of my long time favorites, who I may not love as much now but I always will since they were my first daddies (and my first clue to knowing I probably had a Daddy fetish and liked older men lol)

I will list the character I know them as best, Where I know them from, and their actual names

Filip “Chibs” Telford - Sons of Anarchy - Tommy Flanagan

Originally posted by lets-sell-0ur-shit-and-runaway

 Alexander “Tig” Trager - Sons of Anarchy - Kim Coates

Originally posted by northernbluetwo

Jackson “Jax” Teller - Sons of Anarchy - Charlie Hunnam

-Note that I don’t like Jax that much but I love Charlie so lol Thats why he’s here

Originally posted by hoechlin

Dean Winchester - Supernatural - Jensen Ackles

Originally posted by whoeveryoulovethemost

 Damon Salvatore - The Vampire Diaries - Ian Somerhalder

Originally posted by babyblueeyes1864

  Mieczyslaw “Stiles” Stilinski - Teen Wolf - Dylan O’Brien

-Honestly the youngest of my daddies lol

Originally posted by stydiafamm

Derek Hale - Teen Wolf - Tyler Hoechlin

Originally posted by expressivedolphin

Elliot Stabler - Law and Order: Special Victim’s Unit -  Christopher Meloni

Originally posted by livnel

 Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson - WWF/WWE Wrestling - Dwayne Johnson

-Literally been my daddy since I was like… born. I grew up watching this man and loving him <3

Originally posted by lovedwaynejohnson


EXTRA! - No longer a Daddy but he was one of the first ones!!

 Cordell Walker - Walker, Texas Ranger - Chuck Norris

-Shut up, I know, fucking Chuck Norris…. but I have some… interesting memories of this Daddy lol If you really want to know I would have to have like 3-5 people ask before I would tell the story

Originally posted by vhs-ninja

I probably have more but these are the ones off the top of my head lol

I’m curious, tag me in a list of your daddies! Old, new, forevers, beginners, embarrassing, all and any kind of daddies you enjoy!! 

@come-join-themurder @girl-with-no-faith-in-medicine @one-charming-life @dolphingoddess81 @doodlebugwriter@telford-ortiz-teller @codenamekaraortiz @jade770 @sam-samcro @im-gay-for-chibbs-juiceyandtiggy @calumonoxide @khyharah @localkillla @my-bitch-the-tacoma-killer @redwoodog @realpowertwix @samperv

#TwinPeaks: How Michael Horse Learned to Embrace David Lynch’s Mysterious World

The actor best known as Deputy Hawk tells THR why he initially had “mixed feelings” about the revival and the show’s unique legacy.

Six hours into the new Twin Peaks, there’s still no clear indication of why Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan) is now inhabiting the life of a doppelgänger named Dougie Jones. There’s no telling what that ethereal purple ocean was all about. We still don’t know why William Hastings (Matthew Lillard) can’t remember murdering his lover. Really, we’re no closer to comprehending virtually any of the mysterious happenings the David Lynch and Mark Frost series has lobbed in the air thus far — but at least one question can be answered definitively: it’s not about the bunny.

Or is it about the bunny?

Don’t ask Michael Horse, the actor who plays Deputy Tommy “Hawk” Hill, one of several familiar faces from the original Twin Peaks who returned for the Showtime revival.

“I don’t have any idea,” he tells The Hollywood Reporter with a big laugh, recalling the fourth episode’s scene in which Hawk openly wonders whether a chocolate bunny is the key to unraveling the show’s mysteries. “When we shot that, I thought, ‘No way. They’re going to cut this out.’ Well, they didn’t!”

Bunnies aside, Deputy Hawk stands right at the center of the Twin Peaks puzzle, tasked with tracking down Dale Cooper more than two decades after the soulful agent went missing. Hawk receives his marching orders from the Log Lady, played by the late Catherine E. Coulson, who offers only the most enigmatic of clues: “It has something to do with your heritage.”

Hawk followed that thread to a bathroom stall in the sixth hour of the series, discovering a cache of letters hidden behind a restroom door that was marked with an image from his heritage. What’s contained in the letters, and where will the information lead Hawk next in the Cooper investigation? It’s impossible to say at this stage, but at the very least, it’s leading to more for Hawk. “I’ve got some stuff coming up that’s going to be pretty cool,” says Horse.

Here’s what else the actor tells THR about the new Twin Peaks, why he was initially reluctant about returning to this world, working with David Lynch, the key to understanding the show’s mysteries, and more.

What’s your approach to Twin Peaks? As Hawk, you’re playing someone who is very plugged into the mysteries of the show and the world it inhabits. What’s your entry point into the series?

You know, it’s so interesting. People used to ask me if it’s going to come back. Part of me hoped it wasn’t. It’s kind of like James Dean died and left a legend out there. I had mixed feelings. There are so many wonderful shows out there now that are so outside of the box — some of the greatest TV that I have ever seen. I thought maybe it won’t be a big deal anymore. And then I came back, and two days into it, I went, “Oh, I forgot. There’s nobody like David. There’s just nobody like him.” I had kind of forgot. Everything that’s out there that I like — American Gods and Taboo and Fargo — they all have Twin Peaks’ DNA all over 'em. You know, I’ve known David for a long time. Both of us were painters, before I even got in the business [as an actor]. I’m an artist. You don’t get that many opportunities in television to do art and that’s what David does, you know.

A lot of people will say about the show, “I don’t get it and I don’t understand it.” And I tell them it’s like a dream. A lot of indigenous cultures, we believe that the dream world is just as real as the physical world. And a lot of Twin Peaks is like a dream. Sometimes when you’re dreaming, it doesn’t move at the same pace as the real world. Sometimes when you wake up, you go, “What does that mean?” Watching Twin Peaks sometimes is liking watching somebody else’s dream. It can be very uncomfortable. But it’s extremely fascinating. A lot of answers to questions are revealed to us in the dream world. I think that’s what Twin Peaks does.

How does that apply to the making of this series? For example, cast members only received portions of the script that involved their characters. Did it ever feel like you were participating in a waking dream, while working on Twin Peaks?

It’s like being in one of David’s paintings. It’s like being in a living painting. There’s still parts of it that I don’t get. The Hawk gets all of it. Hawk understands all of it. I wish I was as intuitive as that character. And [series co-creator Mark Frost] understands it. Mark is very in tune to my culture. We’ve had long discussions about what native people believe, especially up in that area. We believe in the power of nature. There are sacred holy places up in that area.

After the first new episodes aired, some fans online pointed out a moment from the show’s original run, where Cooper tells Hawk, “If I ever get lost, I hope you’re the man they send to find me.” It’s pretty amazing that this exact scenario is playing out on the show now.

I hadn’t watched the [original series] in years, and I sat and watched it with my wife. There’s things I didn’t remember. This whole thing about when Cooper told Hawk, “I hope it’s you.” I had forgotten all about that, but it makes sense to me. The Hawk is kind of the rock of this whole thing. The Hawk is the one person that really got his feet in both worlds.

What does a scene like that say about how David and Mark write this series? Do you think they intentionally planted these seeds all the way back in the original show, or do you think their approach is more that they look back and see what was planted, intentionally or otherwise, and they go in the direction of where that’s grown?

Well, I can’t speak for them. I really can’t. And I’m not being coy. I don’t know what those two discuss. But I think so. I was having a discussion with a friend of mine — a very, very clever friend of mine — who would say, “Look, Michael, I don’t understand this [show].” And I said that there’s so much going on there. There’s so much. If it was anybody else other than David, I might go, well, they’re just sticking things in here. But everything, everything, makes sense in David’s world. I said sometimes you have to meet him. You have to know David to understand what he does.

How exciting was it when you realized Hawk would be such a central character in the revival? So far, most of the action in Twin Peaks proper threads through Hawk.

I was thrilled to death. You know, everybody kept asking me when it was going to come back if I was going to be in it, and nobody had called me yet. Then David called me and said, “Hey buddy, we’re getting the gang back together.” He’s such a sweet guy. It’s like talking to somebody out of a '50s sitcom, you know? (Laughs.) Well, I said, “You got something for me?” He goes, “Yeah, I got something for you.” I would have been thrilled to have a cameo, pal. And so far? I mean, I got to say goodbye to the Log Lady, you know? I mean, that alone. I’m a piece of television history. I’ve done everything from Walker, Texas Ranger to Malcolm in the Middle, but something like Twin Peaks doesn’t come around often. And it was a really, really good native character. It held some mirrors up to some stereotypes about native people and did away with some of them, so I’m really proud of it.

One of the strongest elements of the series so far is things feeling familiar but different at the same time. Take Bobby Briggs (Dana Ashbrook), for instance, who is so memorable as a rebellious teen, and now works as a member of the Twin Peaks Sheriff’s Department. Was there a similar sense on set, this combination of old and new ideas?

You know, I hate to be corny, but it was like we never left. And the new people were so excited, like [Robert Forster, who plays Frank Truman]. Getting a chance to work with a legend? He’s the real deal. Everything you’ve seen in every movie, he’s that guy. He was so sweet. He kind of went, “Hey, Michael, I don’t get this.” And I would go, “I was in it, and I don’t get it either!” (Laughs.) He had so much fun. You know he was having a ball just doing it, once he settled into it. But I’ve got some stuff coming up that’s going to be pretty cool too. You know, I’m just pleased to be in it as much as I have been. I would’ve been pleased with a cameo. They were very generous and very, very kind.

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Runway Walker, Texas Rangers are on the Case in San Antonio: SmackDown Live, July 11th 2017.

(Feat - Tyler Breeze, Fandango, Zack Ryder & Mojo Rawley)

#Wrestling #Breezango #TylerBreeze #Fandango #Hype Bros #ZackRyder #Mojo Rawley #FashionPolice #Fashion Files #FashionPoPo #SmackDown #SDLive #WWE #Battleground

aflamebeyondtheveil  asked:

New Jesse headcanon; the man has seen every episode of Walker Texas Ranger. Can probably quote them. Has yet to master the roundhouse kick. Only qualifies as deputy and it frustrates him to all hell. Refers to Gabe by casually calling him Sherif Reyes (which Gabe thinks is hilarious). Calls Hanzo his fellow deputy even though Hanzo would also qualify for Sherif. I felt you may appreciate this somehow so here you go 😂 the lasso post got me started and I couldn't stop!

OH MY GOSH! my siblings and I used to watch Texas Ranger a lot growing up and we still sing the theme song and crack Chuck Norris jokes, it’s one of my fondest childhood memories SO BOY HOWDY I AM MCFREAKING APPRECIATING THIS! The roundhouse kick, deputy Hanzo omgggg….I love everything about it so much. I can totally see Hanzo trying to bribe Jesse for sheriff if he teaches him a proper round house.

can i tack on the idea that sprung from this? that back in Blackwatch days, when Gabe finds out Jesse loves that show they watch it together and newly titled “Sheriff Reyes” introduces Jesse to his fave old show Magnum P.I. (it’s the booty shorts ok) and Jack crashes TV night with his fave which is of course M*A*S*H, then all three of them get the biggest kick out of watching MacGyver (80′s) together. 

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Actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan to Drive Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Pace Car at 101st Indianapolis 500

By Indianapolis Motor Speedway

Actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who has played major roles in hit television series such as “The Walking Dead” and “Grey’s Anatomy,” will drive the 2017 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport Pace Car to lead the starting field of the 101st Indianapolis 500 presented by PennGrade Motor Oil to the green flag Sunday, May 28.

Morgan plays “Negan” in the smash hit AMC series “The Walking Dead,” which returns for its eighth season this fall. He received a Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Guest Performer in a Drama Series and an MTV Movie & TV Award for Best Villain in 2017 for the role.

“We’re honored to welcome Jeffrey Dean Morgan to IMS to drive the 2017 Corvette Grand Sport Pace Car,” IMS President J. Douglas Boles said. “He’s used to playing the ultimate villain in ‘The Walking Dead,’ but he’ll be an envied hero to millions of race fans around the world when he gets to lead the field to the green flag of the 101st Indianapolis 500 in such a beautiful Corvette.”

Morgan also endeared himself to audiences with his recurring role as “Denny Duquette” on ABC’s smash hit series “Grey’s Anatomy” and as “Jason Crouse” in the CBS series “The Good Wife.” He also had a notable, recurring television role in the CW drama series “Supernatural.”

He has guest-starred in many popular television series, including “ER,” “JAG,” “Walker, Texas Ranger,” “Angel,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “Sliders,” “The O.C.” and “Monk.”

Since his motion-picture debut in “Uncaged” in 1991, Morgan has appeared in more than 25 feature films. He starred in “Watchmen,” director Zack Snyder’s adaptation of the iconic graphic novel. Other feature credits include “Desierto,” “Batman v. Superman,” “The Resident,” “All Good Things,” “The Losers,” “Taking Woodstock,” “Shanghai,” “Texas Killing Fields” and “The Accidental Husband.”

The 2017 Corvette Grand Sport Pace Car equipped with the Z07 package features a 460-horsepower LT1 direct-injected V8 engine that accelerates the car from 0-60 mph in 3.6 seconds and covers the quarter mile in 11.8 seconds. The Corvette Grand Sport Pace Car also achieves 1.2 g cornering capability.

This will be the 14th time a Corvette has served as the official Pace Car, starting in 1978. No other vehicle has served as the Pace Car more than the Corvette. This is the 28th time a Chevrolet has led the field, dating back to 1948, when a 1948 Fleetmaster Six convertible paced the race.