stop taking bucky’s metal arm away
stop taking charles’ wheelchair away
stop taking clint’s hearing aids away
disabled superheroes are important stop sucking please
I read this wrong and I was just picturing them all confused as to who keeps taking their stuff.
"Steve have you seen my arm anywhere?"
"Nope, sorry Bucky. By the way, have you seen Clint’s hearing aids? He hasn’t been able to hear a damn thing all day"
I read it right and I’m still confused.
so what things to I have to remember to do in this next month or so?
- learn how to touch type (yeah, I know, I can’t do it I’m so laaaaame)
- get books for my various modules
- more japanese booooooks
- learn more kanjiiiii
- read a lot
- write a lot
- continue designing/writing for games and I dunno join an indie project or two (in fact I should consider myself lucky that I’m female and a writer. According to Koiby that puts me in a very good position for getting into game design!)
plenty! That’ll keep me occupied!
Oh well I’m just going enjoy the next month before going back to uni and pray that the interview I’ve got coming up at the library goes well.
Because seriously I would absolutely love to work at the uni library. It’s wonderful there.
trying to work out what parts of me are aspie/asd and whether it’s even worth letting people know at uni is reallly frustrating *sigh*
Anonymous said: remember when moriarty made sherlock jump off a roof? very healthy non abusive relationship right there
Yes, now you mention it, I do remember. Very caring and loving on Jim’s part I have to say.
Don’t get me wrong, I absolutely love Moriarty as a character, as a villain and antagonist to Sherlock, but to claim Sheriarty is a healthy relationship in comparison to Johnlock is ludicrous in my opinion
Personally, I find the events in Reichenbach represent a test for Sherlock to prove that he and Jim are equals rather than any real threat. Jim leads Sherlock to the roof, he explains what’s going to happen, that Sherlock’s friends will die if he doesn’t, that he won’t be the one to call off the snipers, and then he waits. For Sherlock to recognize the loophole. Because if Sherlock is his equal, then he’ll see how to get out of it. If he’d not, let him jump.