we need a new one for this

anonymous asked:

baby Anxiety having tones of stuffed animals and pacifiers cause the students at school insist on buying him stuff.

They bring him tons of gifts, to the point that Logan starts telling the students to stop

But, of course, what silly teenager would listen to their teacher?

They bring little Ann toys, stuffed animals, pacifiers, cookies (”Don’t give him cookies, he’ll never take a nap!” *Gives cake instead*)

He loves going to school with his dad (because let’s be real, this is public school and they don’t care lol, plus the kids cute so  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯) because everyone always gives him new toys and stuffed animals

One day Patton approaches Logan very serious “Lo, we need to talk about Ann”

Logan is immediately intimidated because a serious Patton is concerning.

“I love that your spoiling him, but Roman is getting jealous and our wallet is infinite (which is rich coming from the guy who once impulse bought twenty dog leashes that were on sale for $9.99 from $15.99 because “We may not have a dog, but what if one day we suddenly adopt twenty of them?!?”)

Logan sighs and drops his head into his hands.

“I’m not”


“It’s the students”

The next day, Logan takes both Ann and Roman to the school.

Oh. My. Gosh.

Of course, everyone is ecstatic to see their favorite baby again, and then they see Roman, asleep on his dad’s shoulder (cause let’s face it, he’s very jealous that Ann has been spending so much time with their father, so he’s being very clingy) and Ann in a sling on his chest smiling and already giggling, (and tbh Logan is exhausted because when Roman is jealous you can’t even use the bathroom without him sitting outside the bathroom door balling his eyes out).

Roman wakes up at the giggling and, surprise surprise, young Roman is shy as all get out when he’s not on a stage.

He hides in his father’s shoulder while Logan carefully sets Ann in his walker (one that just sits in his office now, because what’s the point of taking it home).

That day, Ann and Roman are showered in gifts (though it’s mostly food and the occasional stuffed animal for Roman) but he loves it after a while (it took him a few hours to warm up to all the people).

Roman is by his fathers side all day though. He demands to be in some way touching his father at all times -being held, sitting on his feet, simply standing by him and holding his hand, or the bottom of his shirt- and by the end of the day, Logan is ready to collapse.

When he gets home, he barely gives a hello and kiss to Patton (who had a very relaxing day and got so much don- oh, are you tired?) before passing out on the couch. A few moments later, Patton comes in the room carrying Ann (who missed his daddy and is staying home tomorrow for sure) and a blanket, but-

Roman’s already curled up on his dad’s chest, his favorite blankie pulled up over the both of them, and knocked out cold.

Patton smiles, removing Logan’s glasses, and tucking them both in with the larger blanket before deciding to take Ann to the park for an hour or two, letting his other two boys take a well-deserved nap. 


So, I wrote this guide so that new English players can follow us veteran Japanese players into the higher ranks more easily. First, you want to go into the Terminal Menu and select Chaldea Gate, then Daily Quests.

Then afterwards, you want to choose a good level EXP quest, the ones in red. It doesn’t matter which class it is for, you can still do it. You may need to level up a tiny bit or wait for your AP to go full again. We’ll choose the quest that costs 30.

Then make sure to choose a strong Support Servant that is super over levelled, I went with a level 47 Zhuge because he was the strongest one there.

Then let the other Servant do the work by always choosing their attacks. There will be 3 battles with 3 enemies each. If you get to the last battle, don’t be afraid to spam all your skills and even your Master Skills. Those really help!

After the battle, just look at all those EXP cards at such a high level!

Now go to the Enhance screen in your menu and select Servant. For this purpose I chose the free level 1 Saber Lily. Use all your cards at once. It costs a ton of QP but you should be okay. Just from these cards she can reach level 20 alone!

See? Afterwards, just keep spamming that same quest over and over until you feel good enough to try a harder EXP quest. Don’t forget to level your Servants up too! Hope you enjoyed my little guide.

P.S. The newly revealed Agartha Servants will be uploaded as soon as we have their official names.

So while I know Star Wars forces of destiny is going to be amazing and uplifting for little girls I honestly wished they focused on the women who aren’t already famous. Like maybe focus on bringing up women who haven’t had movies made about them already? Okay, I’ll cut to the chase I wish star wars forces of destiny brought in woc and focused on them. The only woc—if we aren’t counting aliens—is Sabine and I feel like this would have been the perfect opportunity to introduce new women were weren’t just white and brunette. If this show is aimed toward girls then I think it needs to have more of a realistic approach and introduce girls of all colors, not just the ones we’ve seen for years over and over again with the same skin tone. I am not doubting that it will be a good show, nor am I doubting it will uplift little girls regardless of race. But it’s a bit tiring to see the same white women being praised and what not (though they are 100% deserving of their praise), while this is a perfect oppurtnity to create new characters (that wouldn’t conflict with canon by being introduced) that would represent all girls. I mean TcW did a good job relatively at diversity and showcasing non-white women as equally important as white women but I guess this show isn’t gonna do that. oh well. I’m sure it will be amazing regardless but I just hate the lack of diversity and that’s really started to push me away. But I think it’s gonna be a good watch.

anonymous asked:

I feel awful! I never posted pics, I actually desagree with many things you said. I think she never did wrong. I never posted a bad thing about PM. I feel aggravated. I don't think it is a way to treat your fans. I know it's not directed towards me but I still feel bad and it's offensive because she doesn't know each of us to separate us from the ones she's speaking right now. :(

Well, even if you disagree with me on certain topics, seems like you and I are on the same page now. Maybe she’s trying to reunite the fandom after all. (No, she’s not). I’m sorry you’re feeling like that, anon, really. I know we (the Gillovny side of her fandom) will be blamed for this, of course, as always, but we shouldn’t take any responsibility on this. Gillian needs new PR. Good ones. Professional ones who will never allow her to treat her fans this way. Twice. PR who will be able to do their job, say no to her, and be listened to. Gillian needs to stop doing what the fuck she wants. If we would all do that, the whole world would be as chaotic as this fandom. 

So even if you’re not responsible for what happened to her and what has been said in this fandom in the last few days, you’re upset, I’m upset, and we have the right to be. Feeling insulted by your idol isn’t supposed to happen. Once again, there were many ways she could have handled this, and once again, she chose the worst one. I can’t say I’m completely surprised, though. 

Ignore my messy looks, but my nice new suicide squad wig came! It’s so much nicer than my old one. I decided to invest in a nice new lace front one. I really need to trim down the lace because this thing was clearly made for someone with a lot more forehead. It’ll need some styling too but it’s a super nice wig! My bombshells wig came too but it needs a looooottttt of styling and the red dye so I wanna wait to show it off :)

anonymous asked:

hihi do you know any one night stand fics where they meet at a party/club and hook up?

we do have a one night stand tag but I’ll rec a few more that weren’t in the tag

tell me something new by iucundus - “Playing games got a little too boring a long time ago. If I know what I want, why would I deny myself it even for a second?” The brunette blinks, “So I’m guessing you’ve never experienced orgasm denial.” –or, the one where mutual needs are mutually fulfilled (mutually).

Incheon at Midnight by sugacoated - It’s not a matter of getting back together, not if you never really separated in the first place. It’s rather a matter of having annoying neighbors, friends who smuggle drugs for a living, and getting drunk enough to be properly fooled. Taehyung unintentionally gives it a go, Jungkook intentionally plays his part.

You Won’t Forget Me by strangedesires - No matter how hard he tried, Jeongguk just couldn’t remember the beautiful man’s name.

got a question or request? check our tags page first to see if what you’re looking for is already there, or use the search bar on our blog! if you don’t have any luck with that, feel free to send us an ask when the inbox is open^^

“I’m sorry that happened. I know it’s hard, but don’t get discouraged. There are several more job opportunities out there, waiting for you. It might take some time to get a new one, but you will.” 

“I agree with Peter. I’m sorry that it happened, too. Just think of it as another door opening for a new adventure. Good luck with the job hunting, and may it be one that you enjoy.”

“If you need to talk to us, we’re always here.”

“Yeah, buddy. Now, cake time? I’d love some of it. It sounds great.” 

“I’ll take some, too, please.”

crapeaucrapeau  asked:

Hello ! I hope you are well. I was wondering, do we know why Henry Lawson focused on getting Oriana back for 20 years, when he could have grown a new clone ?

Hello :) I’m doing fine, and you?

I think Oriana is the one to replace Miranda because she is the one who has everything Henry needs. One of the theory is that she is exactly like Miranda (perfect in every way) AND she is not infertile like Miranda is. Why start again when you have the perfect specimen already made? He has what he needs to start his dynasty.

Another reason is who Henry is. A disgusting human being. He thinks he owns Oriana, and so he should have her back. Btw, I’m not so sure Henry really spent 20 years getting her back. He tried when she was about 19. The timing is just… Something tells me he is more interested in a grown woman than a child or teenager.

Friendship and Sociability, Socionics Style
  • Introverted Alphas (INTP, ISFJ): Sure, I have friends! The same ones I've had for years! How the actual hell do you meet....new people...?
  • Extraverted Alphas (ENTP, ESFJ): I know everyone and I'm great at meeting new people but I might talk a lot of smack about them, but it's all in good fun, right?
  • Introverted Betas (INFJ, ISTP): Pets count as friends, dammit! Why is everyone calling me? I bet they need me to fix a problem. Typical.
  • Extraverted Betas (ENFJ, ESTP): We're friends if we are engaged in an activity together. After that, uhh, it depends. How's your tolerance for weirdness?
  • Introverted Deltas (INFP, ISTJ): Sure I have a social life! I'm having a beer with my sister RIGHT NOW.
  • Extraverted Deltas (ENFP, ESTJ): I don't trust anyone but I desperately want attention and for someone to listen to my ranting sooooo...Here we are.
  • Introverted Gammas (INTJ, ISFP): Leave me alone, I enjoy the "company" of whatever activity I'm engaged in.
  • Extraverted Gammas (ENTJ, ESFP): Everyone is annoying and I am uncomfortable whether I'm with them or not with them so I might as well just demand their presence.

I call BULLSHIT on the people that are saying that a name change for Mary Jane isnt a big deal because she’s still “MJ”. 

You would all be burning Marvel Studios down if Peter Parker ended up Paul Palmer the popular rich jock, who doesn’t know jack shit about science but he can crack a joke so all good aye. 

Why does Peter get to stay basically Peter but we need a “fresh new take” on Mary Jane. 

I love Peter but if Mary Jane is old and boring then so is he. 

Its silly and stupid and messy. Why was the point? What is so wrong with Mary Jane that we need to not only change her name but her personally too?

I get needing to make changes for Movie adaptions but Marvel themselves where talking about getting Peter right because previous movies had gone to far in one direction. They wanted a more witty, smart mouthed, jokey Peter or Spider-man i should say, a spider-man closer to the comics right?  Then why did we go in the opposite direction for Mary Jane? Why rather then try to capture a more faithful adaption of MJ with maybe a few changes for a modern movie we get a hybrid MJ that isnt really MJ?

Of course this going on the belief that the rumors are correct and Michelle is MJ. Which honestly why would they nickname Michelle MJ then introduce another character nicknamed MJ too. That’d just confuse the hell out of regular viewers.

Not to mention the super suspicious “There is no character by the specific name” quote. Of course there is no Mary Jane but there is a Michelle who is called MJ. So they can go “oh hohoho we got ya didn’t we? We said no MARY JANE but we didn’t say no MJ”. Zendaya can also say “I said I wasnt playing Mary Jane and I’m not, I’m playing Michelle aka MJ, not Mary Jane.

I’m still hoping its all just a tease or something to mess with fans. I still going to hold out hope that things be explained and turn out well but if Michelle is hybrid MJ then what in insult to such a important and iconic Spider-man character. At least let her keep her fucking name jfc.

AFD!Ruby and Velvet, what instruments do you two like to play? And have you met up to play together yet? (Asked by shadowalex2000)
  • AFD!Ruby, with a laugh: I play the guitar...electric guitar. Every now and then I'll play an acoustic with dad or so, but I mostly just like to rock out aha.
  • AFD!Ruby, scratching her head: Though, I need to start practicing a new instrument for one of my classes, the professor wants us to be fluent in a new instrument by the end of the semester. And that's basically all the work we have for that class...but it's a bit more difficult than I thought...
  • AFD!Velvet, with a yawn: As for me, I play the acoustic guitar, keyboard, and I sing too. Ruby here has let me play her electric once or twice but I just can't get the feel for it, I love the more wholesome sound you can get from an acoustic. The keyboard was the first instrument I ever learned. And I've been singing for as long as I can remember.
  • AFD!Ruby, with a smile: Yeah, I wouldn't mind doing some vocal lessons. But I really feel like our styles would be a bit too different for us to help eachother, at least singing wise.
  • AFD!Velvet, laughing, teasingly: Not my fault you don't like good music!
  • AFD!Ruby, jumping up, getting defensive with an obvious joking tone: Ohho! You wanna play that game bring it on!

anonymous asked:

when is the new episode be out release date I mean

We don’t have one right now, we hardly EVER have a release date ready until the episode is at least 90% complete. And right now, we only have the script nearly completed. It still needs to be recorded, edited, and composed, which in itself is a long process.

As much as we’d love to churn out episodes faster, a lot of things have been popping up in various crew members’ lives to cause delays.

We’re trying to work on a short right now in the meantime but even this is proving difficult to get all the lines recorded for.

R.I.P. My Computer & 300+ Followers!

So glad I have close to 100 pictures in my queue because my computer officially died today! I’m getting another one soon. Paying for our friend (who works on computers) to order the parts Friday! Really hope we can get my saves and such so we can transfer them…. I’ll probably try to resurrect the Rivers if we can’t transfer them. I’ll have to make all of gen 4 again as well as gen 3 I believe? Anyways! I’ll still be here if y'all need me! Hopefully it won’t take too long to fix the new computer
In other, happier news! I’ve hit 300 followers! I’m so flipping excited?! I was going to make a few followers gifts, but since I can’t use my computer, I just have one that’ll be posted later. Thank you guys so much! You are truly amazing’ ❤️and I love each and every one of you! If you guys have anything in particular you want, once I get a computer again I’ll try to make anything you guys want!

Mr. Virgata is working with a client who designs and manufactures handbags. They were telling him about their new men’s line of satchels. At today’s meeting with the board, Mr. Virgata said he had one question about the product line.

Client: Sure, whatever you need to know, we’re happy to go into all the detail you require.

Mr. Virgata: During product development, did anyone suggest calling them European Carryalls?

Hey everyone! We have a pretty major announcement regarding the mod team and roleplay. 

Liz is stepping down as a moderator and leaving for the time being. We’re extremely grateful for all the work she’s done over the years, not just for Touch Of Strange, but all the RPs leading up to this one. 

Additionally, Casey is going to need to be on a semi-hiatus for a bit longer as IRL things settle for her. She posted something to further explain her situation, but in short, she’s staying a mod for the time being. For now, her main focus will be writing, and a month or so from now she may need to step down if time doesn’t permit, though she is hoping to stay on board. We will keep everyone informed on that, but in the mean time Immo and Becca are the best points of contact if you need us one on one. 

This is a big shift, we know, but we see it as an opportunity to breathe some new life into things, too.

One major difference now is that the mod base as it stands runs on European time zones. While we are looking for new mods to readjust the balance, this will affect when we can answer asks, when potw events will happen, etc. Don’t worry; we will keep in mind the multitude of players who live in other timezones, but just be aware of that as we move forward!

That said, onto more exciting things - we’re planning on wrapping up this season in the next few weeks with a bang. Then the group will go into it’s usual one week break as we prepare to launch the new season. We’ll keep you updated on that as we work on it, and as always are open to suggestions and ideas from the group!

We will be choosing new mods over the next couple weeks, but we also understand some people may have concerns or further questions, so feel free to reach out via asks, messenger, or skype. 

Fanfiction writers, opinions requested

When do you pull the plug on a WIP that is not successful? By “unsuccessful” I mean failing to garner a response from your readers. When each new chapter that is posted results in readers unsubscribing, with falling hits and feedback from week to week, it certainly appears that the story has failed to find an audience.

Writers are storytellers; we need an audience. Otherwise, we would just daydream the whole story and not suffer through the hours of translating those ideas into words. An audience is an essential part of the process. Without one, you are simply giving a performance to an empty room.

Do you keep writing for the handful of readers who may be invested in the story or do you try to learn from your failure and move on to the next project? What do you do in this situation?


Kinda seems like a one sided conversation, doesn’t it? I’m tired of “conversations on race” whenever another innocent, unarmed black person is executed by the police. They’re as perfunctory as they are repetitive.

We need justice, not another hollow conversation that doesn’t change anything and does nothing to prevent the next shooting.

(original image credit: Clay Bennett)


aight friends, i’m sure y’all remember @greymichaela​’s post, right? time to have a go at it, then

anonymous asked:

Any advice on how to write a heist story something like oceans Eleven?

Well, you can start by watching Ocean’s Eleven, and Ocean’s Eleven, and then Leverage, and then Burn Notice, and then The A-Team, and then Mission: Impossible, and then all the other heist stories like The Italian Job or Heat. Watch, read, uncover as many stories about criminals as you can from fiction to nonfiction to reading security analyst blogs. Read the spy memoirs, the thief memoirs, the fake ones and the real ones. Check out magicians, hypnotists, card tricks, and sleight of hand. Watch the making ofs and director’s commentaries looking for clues behind the thought process of these stories. The hows and the whys as you look into the research they did. Burn Notice, for example, is famous for using stunt props and technological rigs that work in real life. Like using cell phones to create cheap bugs on the go.

The worlds of criminal fiction and spy fiction rely on being able to present (or convincingly fake) a world which feels real. A heist is all about exploitation. So, you need a world with security structures to exploit. You’ve got to know how things work before you can craft a way to break them. Social engineering, hacking, and every other criminal skill is about breaking the systems in place. So, you’ve got to get a baseline for how law enforcement and security analysts work. What security systems are set up to look like. The ways we go about discouraging thieves. Better yet how people behave. Real, honest to god human behavior.

So, you know, pick somewhere in order to start your research. Get an idea of what you want write about stealing, then learn everything about the object, the museum, the city, the country, and its customs as you can.

If you’re setting a heist in a futuristic or fantasy setting then luck you, you get to make all of it up.

Learning the plot structure and conventions of the heist genre is the first step. This means watching lots and lots of heist movies, shows, and reading books. Over time, as you become better at critical analysis, you’ll begin to see specific story structures and character archetypes emerge.

The Heist Story is a genre. Like every other genre, it comes with its own structure, cliches, archetypes, plots, and genre conventions which necessitate the narrative. The better grasp you have of those, the better you’ll be at writing a heist.

For example, a heist story like Ocean’s Eleven relies on a collection of thieves rather than a single individual. The character types are as follows:

The Pointman - Your planner, strategist, team leader, and the Jack of All Trades. Can also be called the Mastermind. They’re the one who can take the place of anyone on the team should they fall through. They’re not as good as a specialist, but they’re very flexible. Narratively, he plans the cons and subs in where he’s needed.

The Faceman - Your experienced Grifter, here for all your social engineering needs. These guys talk their way in.

The Infiltrator - Your cat burglar or break-in artist. Basically, the conventional genre thief. Your Parker, Catwoman, Sam Fisher, or Solid Snake. The stealth bastards, they’re all about silent in, out, and playing acrobatic games with the lasers.

The Hacker - The electronics and demolitions specialist. Usually this is the guy in the van overseeing stuff remotely. Your Eye in the Sky. Their skill set can be split up and swapped around as necessary.

The Muscle - The one who is good at fighting. They’re combat focused characters, usually with mercenary and special forces backgrounds. Though, that’s optional.

The Wheelman - The one who handles the getaway. They’re your often overlooked transport specialists. It’s not just that they can drive, they’re skilled at getting lots of people around, figuring out how to move your valuables, and exiting hostile cities or countries undetected. They get the team in and they get them out.

For an example of these archetypes, I’m going to use Leverage. Nathan Ford, The Pointman (technically, he’s written like a Faceman). Sophie Devereaux , The Faceman. Parker, the Infiltrator. Hardison, the Hacker. Eliot, the Muscle. They all take turns being the Wheelman.

Other examples like Burn Notice: Michael Westen, the Pointman. Sam Axe, the Faceman. Fiona, the Muscle. They all take turns with explosives, Michael will invariably take all the roles during the course of the show.

Ocean’s Eleven has multiple variants of these archetypes, all broken down and mixed up.

You can mix and match these qualities into different individuals or break them apart like in Ocean’s Eleven, and more than one character can fill more than one role, but that’s the basic breakdown. For example, your hacker doesn’t need to be a guy in a van overlooking the whole security grid. One guy or girl with a cell phone can sit in the lobby of a building with an unsecured wireless network and crack the security. Welcome to the 21st century. The skills don’t necessarily need to take the specific expected shape.

What you do need is the basic breakdown:  You need someone to plan the con, you need someone to be your face or grifter, you need someone to break in, you need someone to watch the security/electronics, you need muscle to back you up, and someone’s got to cover the getaway.

These shift depending on your plan, but this is the expected lineup for a heist narrative. The first step of a heist narrative is not the plan because we don’t have one yet. We’ve got an idea. Pick your target. Maybe it’s a famous painting. Maybe it’s a casino. Maybe it’s a rare artifact from a private investor’s collection loaned to a museum for a short period of time. Maybe it’s art stolen by the Nazis during WWII. Whatever it is, figure it out.

The next step is simple. If you want the thing, you’ve got to find a way to get it. This is a big job, your standard thief won’t be able to pull it off alone. So, you gotta go recruiting. Get your team together. Make sure to establish the goals of the different members for joining. Who they are. Their pedigree. One might be an old flame or an old enemy. This is where we lay out some character driven subplots.

When everyone’s together, we’ve got to lay out the plan. Before we have a plan though, we need to establish where the object is and the issues in getting it. Why this has never been done before. So, what are the challenges? Invariably, an object worth a great deal of money will have a lot of security protecting it. Figure out what that security is, who the item belongs to, what sort of retribution do the thieves face beyond what they might expect. Lasers, pressure plates, cameras, security, other career criminals, mob bosses, the rich and powerful, whatever.

After that: How do you get it? Then you’ve got to plan the con, while taking everything into account.

Then, We prep the Con. There will be steps to take before the con can be put into place, your characters taking their positions in plain sight. Stealing whatever pieces you need to make it work. Casing the joint. Etc.

Then: Run the Con. This is the part with the actual stealing. Better known as the first attempt. Things go well, there may be a few mistakes, but things are going well and then we…

Encounter Resistance. While running the con, something goes wrong, pieces fall apart, the thieves come close to success but the object gets moved and they suddenly need a new plan. New information may pop up, it may be one of your artists was running a con of their own separate from the rest. If there’s a double cross in the works then this may be when and where it lands.

We’re ready now, so it’s time hit up: Steal the Thing, Round Two. Your characters put their new plan into play and get about thieving the object of their desire.

Lastly: The Get Away. This is the part where your thieves make for the hills with their stolen treasure. This can be short or long depending on the kind of story you’re telling and other double crosses may occur here. It could be the end of the story or the beginning of a new heist.

Heist stories are like mystery novels. They’re all about sleight of hand and misdirection. You’ve got to keep just enough information on the table to keep your audience on the hook, and just enough information off the table to surprise them later on the twist. Yet, when they go back to re-read the novel again, they’ll find the answer was there all along. They just didn’t see it coming.

If anything, learning how to write a well-done heist or a mystery or any kind of novel in this genre will teach you a lot about how to manage your foreshadowing and create superb plot twists. Like any good con, you need to lay out all the conflicting pieces where people can see them, let them draw their own conclusions, withhold the critical context, and then hit them with the whammy.

Like lots of audiences, new writers (and even some old ones) can get distracted by the shock and awe. They see they’re impressed by the conclusion, not the lay-up. If you want to write any kind of fiction, you need to learn to see past the curtain and pay attention to the critical pieces leading into an important moment rather than the moment itself.

Good writing isn’t modular, you can’t just strip out pieces and run with them because you’ll end up missing the crucial, sometimes innocuous pieces that ensured the scene worked. Like the Victorian Hand Touch, every moment between the two leads and most of their scenes with secondary players are working for that singular instance of eventual, gleeful catharsis.

If you’ve got a plot twist coming in your novel, every sentence from the second you start writing is working towards it. You start laying out your pieces, funneling in your tricks, and playing with misdirection. You may have multiple twists, to cover yourself, divert your audience, congratulate them for successfully guessing your ploy, and reassure their initial suspicions before catching them again on the upswing.

The clever writer is as much a con artist as their characters. The only difference is the target of their con is their audience. The tricks in their bag are narrative ones, and they work with the understanding that it doesn’t matter if someone guesses the end so long as they’re entertained by the journey. A great story stays entertaining long after the audience has figured out all the twists.

So, don’t get caught up in Red Herrings and frightened about not being able to outsmart other people. Tell a good story with conviction and heart about a bunch of crooks out to steal their heart’s desire.

That’s all there is to it.


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