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the fact that Rebirth Clark and Lois literally forced themselves on their N52 versions…are just…so creepy…….

like…N52 Clark and Lois just woke up, they had no idea where they were, there was this kid wailing at them that they were his parents…they were in no condition to give proper consent…they had no idea by doing that they wouldn’t be themselves anymore…man this is just…DC made Jon an accomplice to their cheap scheme and I’m just…’kay…

(in retrospect i shouldn’t be surprised this is the Superman that stood by and watched as another version of him died and did nothing after all…but yeah)

and, please, I’m the only one who did mourning fanart for N52 Superman, the amount of fans who complain about his death isn’t a vocal part of the fandom at all since there are not many of us. we do try to accept Rebirth, we do try to get used to this new Superman because  we, I, believe that he’s my beloved preN52 Supes, but he isn’t. DC didn’t bring N52 Superman back to please anyone, they brought him back only to rub in our face again the fact to them he doesn’t matter, that he’s as easily replaced as any of preN52 Clark’s kids. so bah i’ll just immerse myself in fanon now. it’s free and people are nice and we can make each other happy. wake me up when DCEU descends and save us all. 

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hi hello yes does anyone think i would like medici: masters of florence?

Hey everyone! :D

First let me just say I am so thrilled by the following this blog has gotten! We’re up to over 1040 followers now and I’m very happy to be supplementing your Korean learning.

Secondly, with the posting of Lesson 29 yesterday, all the grammar points I wanted to cover in the “getting started” section of the blog are now complete! Yay! I have some additional/bonus content planned for today and the rest of this week.

I wanted to post all the lessons I had planned for the “getting started” section before I moved onto the other categories (beginners, intermediate, etc) since I know a lot of people needed the absolute beginners stuff. Originally, the plan was to complete this section and then begin a rotational posting schedule– beginners lesson on Monday, intermediate 1 on Tuesday, intermediate 2 on Wednesday, etc. BUT I want to do what would be most beneficial for you guys. So I’m opening this post to answers/responses. Please let me know what you would prefer by replying to the questions below! Thanks!

Do you want to see rotational content (each day has a different level of difficulty for the lessons) or would you like to continue seeing the posts work straight on through (each lesson building on the previous)?

Are there any other topics besides grammar you would like me to cover?


“From a half-eaten sandwich in the garbage to a dropped wallet—I grew up protecting what’s mine. Sharing my toys didn’t come naturally. Still doesn’t.”
—Arkham Knight: Genesis #2

i’m cry. 

No, but seriously - this arc has been at least in part about Laura coming to terms with herself - recognizing her own humanity and trying to help others realize that they don’t have to be weapons. This is Laura passing forward that gift of freedom: the ability to decide what you are. 

And Laura remembers how hard that is. But she’s also so proud.

And also this:


Ran 6 mind-numbing miles on the treadmill at the gym this evening and something came to mind towards the end of the run. There was a good possibility that I could’ve been one of the most experienced athletes, endurance or otherwise, in the gym during my workout.

That’s pretty fucking cool.

I have no idea if I’ve ever shared it, but I keep a memory of my “Day 1” with me stored in my phone. I can honestly remember trying to figure out the buttons on the treadmill, full of self-doubt, decked out in my all-black Nike apparel (because black is slimming or something, right?), like it was yesterday.

So fucking cool.


Misc Monday Update

Still a bit under the weather, but I managed to waddle out of bed to share this since I’m really excited about it.

So after completing one of my poke paintings that Ill be posting later this week, I decided I was going to do a whole series of digital paintings to make a pokemon gallery wall. :D This set will be forest themed, but I may do other themes in the future(Fairy, Ocean, Fire, etc). Once its done each piece will be available as a print as well.
These are the rough sketches I scribble down once I had an idea of what I wanted to do. I’ll be posting the color swatches Wednesday, and the first finished painting Friday with my newest Fusion.
Id love to hear what you guys think!

The Suggestion Box is open as are commissions. If you have any questions just shoot me a message!

I also would like to apologize if you’ve messaged me and I haven’t messaged back. I’ve been sick in bed for days, so I haven’t been online much. I’ll do my best to respond to everyone soon. 

Thanks for all of the get well messages too! You guys are awesome. :)

That’s about it. Happy Monday!

hanbabi  asked:

hey could you to a scenario where you've recently become best friends with junhoe and have a crush on hanbin. you are trying to find out whether he likes you or not but junhoe secretly likes you if you know what i'm trying to say. i don't mind how the ending is but alot of angst and fluff. thankyou :)

Originally posted by ikonsic

*not my gif. credit to the owner*

a/n: I tried to make it have a lot of fluff and angst. I really hope that you like and that it’s what you wanted! I’m sorry for any mistakes. 


“Okay could you stop!” Junhoe half yelled at you from across the lunch table. You’re eyes widened because of your shock, in the few months you have know Junhoe he had never once yelled at you. “What’s your problem?” You ask him. “Oh I’m sorry ____, but it’s really annoying hearing about the giant crush you have on Hanbin. It’s all you talk about these days, I’m sick of it! You know I don’t even know what you see in him.” He said.

“I see in him what all the other girls see in him! He’s popular, he’s super sweet, he smart, and on top of all that he’s super hot.” By that point both you and Junhoe had gotten mad. He was mad that you continuously talked about Hanbin and you were mad that he had gotten mad at you so quickly. There was a long silence between the two of you and you knew that either you or him would get up to leave anytime soon. When Junhoe rolled his eyes and gathered his lunch you knew he’d be the one to leave first. He walked away without saying a word, his back was to you as he left.

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Today I almost decided to skip class.

Now I know what you’re probably thinking, “You’re really writing about something so trivial?” I know. It totally sounds like it, but hear me out.

Based on what I know about what typically happens on Wednesdays in my Sociology class, I very much wanted to just stay home, stay warm in my blankets and watch Misery on my laptop. Nothing seemed more ideal than being at home instead of in a class where I felt was just killing time instead of learning.

But I got ready, and I forced myself to go anyway.

After class, I ended up bumping into one of my old friends. We chatted and laughed, even reminisced on old memories. And now we’re going for coffee next week.

And to think that wouldn’t have happened if I made the split-second decision of staying home. If I’d stayed comfortable instead of making the harder choice, I would have missed out. Anyway, the entire thing got me thinking about opportunities. We tend to this a lot. We look at an opportunity to do something, decide we’d rather remain in our comfort zone, and pass up the chance to grab it. And then nothing new happens. Just our usual routine. Yeah, things remain okay – but nothing better happens because we make the conscious choice to not take it to the next level. We choose to avoid a catalyst for personal growth. And that’s a tragedy.

But what if we did take the opportunity? What if, instead of letting fear, or our feelings of insecurity and laziness consume us, we decided to take hold of the opportunity, and with it – become the pilots of our own lives?

My uncle is a successful CEO of his own company in Canada. He’s an extremely busy, wealthy, and strong-willed individual. A couple months ago when he was visiting us, he told us that in 2005, he ended up taking a taxi ride to get to work. He noticed a cellphone casually laying on the seat next to him, and promptly called someone on that phone to find the identity of the person, and to see if he could get it back to the original owner. “Yes! Here’s his number.” a lady on the other end bellowed. After hanging up, he called the owner, agreed to meet him at the nearest coffee shop in the bustling city, and proceed to clear his schedule for the afternoon. Upon delivering the phone to him, the man that owned the phone told my uncle that he was extremely grateful, for he conducts a lot of business on his phone and has many important contacts. “What do you do?” my uncle curiously asked. “Oh, I’m actually the creator/co-founder of Netflix.” Now keep in mind, this was before Netflix became extremely popular. This was during a time when Netflix was merely a service that issued DVDs through the mail, and frankly, wasn’t thriving. The two men bonded over coffee, talking statistics, sharing the details of their lives, and talking business mostly. Then an opportunity arrived. The man shuffled a business card across the table. “Would you like to invest in our business? If not, would you like to work on our team? We could sure use a mind like yours.” My uncle kindly declined the offer and thanked the man for the afternoon. Unfortunately, my uncle being a busy, focused man, never did call that number, or get in touch with the cellphone owner – Reed Hastings again.

Though my uncle is still extremely wealthy and successful, I would imagine if he had ended up taking that opportunity, he would be more successful than he already is, have an extremely well-known name, and have the means to afford lavish livings for everyone in his immediate family circle. To this day, he regrets not taking the opportunity because he felt he was too consumed in his own work at the time, but it proved to be a good lesson of him.

The thing is: we have to recognize opportunities when they come our way. We have to choose to see them and be mindful when we say no to them. If we don’t, we might just end up regretting it.

So…why not just take the opportunity? Why not take the leap? If it doesn’t work out, if you don’t like it – then choose to let the opportunity go, but you should really and truly give it a chance. You might be turning a lot more down than you thought when you decide to not go through with it. You might miss even more unseen opportunities that are attached to that individual opportunity, you might miss a potential memory, a lesson, a second chance for friendship, or even an important meeting with an important individual.

So just go for it. Let the fear and doubt go, and just take that leap. There’s no greater harm than not trying.

the signs and what TV show they're looking forward to this fall
  • Aries: Saturday Night Live
  • Taurus: American Horror Story
  • Gemini: Modern Family
  • Cancer: Scandal
  • Leo: How to Get Away with Murder
  • Virgo: Brooklyn Nine-Nine
  • Libra: The Walking Dead
  • Scorpio: Bob's Burgers
  • Sagittarius: Empire
  • Capricorn: Scream Queens
  • Aquarius: Fresh Off the Boat
  • Pisces: The Mindy Project