which one is correct

The fact that Luna is a Ravenclaw and Hermione is a Gryffindor is super important to me.

Like Hermione could easily have been a Ravenclaw if we just went by her passion for knowing things. But simply knowing things isn’t all intelligence is. Intelligence doesn’t necessarily have anything to do with how “book smart” someone is. You have to be willing to look outside the box and use what you know in a useful way. That’s the creative, wise, open-minded aspect of Ravenclaw that seems to get overlooked.

And the one thing that I think got in Hermione’s way was her fear of failure. A fear of being wrong. And being wrong is part of the learning experience and it’s not something that I feel a Ravenclaw would be afraid of but instead they’d expect it and welcome whatever revelations came from it. A Gryffindor can’t afford to be wrong because if they are going to do something brave and daring then failure could have terrible consequences.

Luna on the other hand is someone who might not be very good academically at all. We don’t know for sure. But her way of looking at the world is so unique and seemingly impossible. She’s creative and open to new ideas and accepting of other people’s differences which is the ideal attitude to have for learning. When she answered the question to get into Ravenclaw tower, the knocker did not say she was right or wrong, rather it said “well reasoned” which suggests that maybe there doesn’t have to be one definite correct answer because HOW she came to her conclusion is what mattered. How often do you think her professors gave her correct marks on essays and things because she wasn’t “technically” wrong? How would they have made it to the Department of Mysteries in OOTP if she hadn’t suggested they fly on Thestrals when half of the group couldn’t even see them? Her ability to see what others couldn’t is how they solved that particular problem and that’s part of what Ravenclaw is all about.

Ravenclaws don’t necessarily do something simply because it’s logical, but they use logic to do something better than everyone else. That’s the difference between Hermione and Luna to me.

Seventeen Based Off YikYak Posts
  • S.Coups: I walk around like everything is fine, but deep down, inside my shoe, my sock is sliding off.
  • Jeonghan: Sometimes I think I should get into art, but then I realize that I am art and someone needs to get into me.
  • Joshua: Chem final got me like NaBrO.
  • Jun: Haven't lost my virginity because I never lose.
  • Hoshi: I want to open a coffee shop, but I'm really bad at writing with chalk.
  • Wonwoo: I just looked at my bank account and figured out I can live comfortably for the rest of my life as long as I die Saturday.
  • Woozi: Tried to type "What a time to be alive", but iPhone corrected "alive" to "alone." I can't decide which one is more accurate.
  • DK: Three exams next week and I'm doing a Buzzfeed quiz to see what type of coffee I am.
  • Mingyu: How do people forget to eat? Like, I'm counting down the minutes until it's socially acceptable to have another meal.
  • The8: Your dick was in my mouth last night, the least you could do is wave back.
  • Seungkwan: Why do you think it's okay to take my seat this far into the semester. Dishonor on you. Dishonor on your cow.
  • Vernon: Got her number in Chem class, call that significant digits.
  • Dino: After much research, experimentation, and consideration, I have decided that adulthood is not for me. Thank you for your time.

miko-punch  asked:

Good day! How are you doing today? I have a question. How do you deal with Rouge's legs? Some artists draw her with a human lady's legs but others draw her with noodle legs and I'm not sure which one is correct.

hi! i’m doing fine thanks! well.. i woudn’t dare to say which one is correct since it’s each’s one style,

but if we want to do it the SEGA style we’d have to look at the official art

on official art, Rouge’s body is shaped like a peanut, and her legs are endeed noodles, its a way to do it of course, its very simple too

now, Rouge on 3D model, she hasn’t exactly thin noodles, she has thighs

so i’d just say the one wich is easier to do or the way you like the most is the correct way ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

hehe hope this was enough understable :D

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Lately I’ve been looking on INDUCKS at overseas covers, mostly involving Scrooge though I moved on to PK when I ran out of those.  So here’s a few of my favorites.

Hey guys!  (~ ̄▽ ̄)~

My dash really needs some more life right now and I’m looking for blogs!

So, if you post / reblog any of the fandoms below, please let me know by reblogging and commenting in the tags which one(s) you have and I’ll check out your blog :3

☆ Hunter x Hunter (I’ve been catching up with the manga and I need analyses, edits, art, a bit of everything basically :D)

Boku No Hero Academia

Haikyuu!!

Shingeki No Kyojin

 Mob Psycho

Noragami

Kuroko No Basket

Ajin

 Death Note

 D.Gray-Man

Seasonal anime

Anime in general! 

Now, I’ll ask you to simply ignore this if you:

✗ are not consistently active (aka, you come here once a month, reblog everything you see and then are gone again)
✗ reblog any kind of hate or negative stuff about ships/characters/etc.
✗ don’t usually tag the stuff you reblog (I don’t mean super specific tags, just general tagging will do)

** Dear mutuals, if you could help me out, that’d be great ❤ **

That’s it for now.

Thank you all! (。◕‿◕。)

Disclaimer: I have never taken a non-science college class. Meaning, I have no idea how to take notes for humanities or social sciences. Not saying this method won’t work for that, just that I can’t guarantee it will. Also, this method is not about achieving pretty notes, only structured practical notes.

What you’ll need:

  • Notebook. I use a notebook. Most people I know use a notebook. Why should YOU use a notebook?
    • You won’t get as many handouts (if any) as in highschool.
    • Professors won’t ask to see hw in your notebook. For all they care, your notes could be a comic about the class. As long as you pass, you do you.
    • You don’t have as many classes in a day so even if you carry around notebooks, your bag won’t be all that heavy.
    • You can divide it into three sections: class notes, seminar notes/work and lab work. All in one for your studying comfort.
    • Professors WILL reference that formula from 3 classes ago and when you have no idea wtf they’re talking about, you can just flip a few pages.
    • Seriously, no one in your class wants to hear you snap loose leaf paper out of your ring binder.
    • And let’s be honest, your notes are going to get jumbled up any other way.
    • If you’re taking a continuation class and you’ll need to revise from these notes, it’s much easier to pull out a notebook than to look through the thousands of notes from all your classes and try to figure out which are the ones you need and what is the correct order.
  • Two pens, three tops. Blue for general notes, black for sections and the other color for subsections or underlining. Go for black for general note taking if you want to (I do it too sometimes) but blue strains your eyes less.

In class:

  • Structuring notes: not every structure works for every subject and professor so you should figure out a method for each one. That said, I usually start out with a basic structure and then tweak it along the way to better suit my needs:
    1. The name of the unit should be your ‘big title’. ‘ORGANELLES’
    2. Every ‘big topic’ (very easy to identify – usually the professor will make it really clear that you’re moving on to a different topic or it’ll be on the slides) inside the unit is assigned a number. ‘3. Mitochondria’
    3. Every ’big aspect’ of that topic is a subtopic. ‘3.4. Structure’.
    4. If there are even more sub subtopics, continue with the numeration system. Otherwise proceed to use bullet points for any enumerations. If there are enumerations inside these enumerations (wow enumerception), change your symbol for each level. Instead of bullet points you can use dashes, squares, spirals, Xs…
    5. The exception for this is when the enumeration corresponds to steps in a process. In that case, I number each step and circle the number.
    6. For each level you descend, indent your text. It’ll be easier to not get lost. Skip this if you’re working with a small notebook and you’re afraid of running out of pages.
    7. Sticky notes are your best friend. Does some random piece of info the professor just decided was important enough to be mentioned not fit into your very methodic structure? No problem, add a sticky note. Cute + calls attention to it, so you won’t forget.

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Translation diferences

Yonkou:


MangaStream

Official Translation ( Crunchyroll )

Yonkou seemed to have made it seem like Natsu still cared about the bond, but the other two translations clearly show that he fully intends to end it. Just wanted to get this out there for anyone confused which translation was the more correct one.

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“I’ll be totally honest. I like Paladins better than Overwatch entirely because Paladins releases new content at such a rate where it makes Overwatch updates frustratingly slow.”

-Submitted by @your-best-fiend

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Don’t worry! Both games have some things both for and against them. There is not a “correct” answer to which one you should like better, so enjoy whichever you prefer with no guilt.

-Mod Cassie