May 19th, 2009: Our apologies to the families of Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston, we’re sure they’re very proud of you.
Oh yeah! Whatever happened to these guys? Anyone know?
So, four years ago this month, someone was wrong on the internet!
shia la beuof
Originally posted here: http://endless-stair.tumblr.com/post/67931593929/its-taken-me-so-many-years-so-many-lifetimes
why is there a fucking tomato in the train
because its the subway
This looks like a nightmare. Is this like a Turducken except from another layer of hell?
good lord no.
When they come out of the ocean, I for one will be honoured to serve our tasty extraterrestrial overlords,
badly written fanfics on a plot you’re interested in
In many other stories, our heroine would be the outcast, the one who was betrayed, the one who’s been hiding and training and moonlighting as a freedom fighter. Her sister would be, if not an antagonist, a road block in her way, a plot point to be resolved. Can our heroine learn to forgive, get closure?
But no. Our heroine is the conventional one - she’s the one who shut down, the one who lied, the one who was so scared to give up what little normalcy she’d attained that she betrayed the only family she had left. She did what she thought she had to do to survive. And she’s gone through her own growth over the years - yeah, maybe she hasn’t saved people from drug cartels and corrupt governments, but she got her shit together and became a police officer, chose to watch over the people of the small town she cares about. She moved on, but she never forgot.
So our story is about the girl who lied, the one who chose a normal life over her own sister. And, when finally given the chance, she sits down in front of her sister and apologizes. Just like that - in episode 4, when other stories would have dragged the conflict out for multiple seasons.
But that’s not the way Abbie Mills rolls. She’s been forced to acknowledge exactly how wrong she was, and she’s not afraid to admit it. Because that’s strength - the ability to own your mistakes and do what it takes to make it right.
I just love Abbie, okay? Like, a lot.