and i hope lydia shoots him in the face next season
During this four month time-skip, I want Peter to do what he does best, and manipulate everyone into thinking he is a ~changed man~, and everyone starts to buy into it, and Lydia most publicly of them all.
The only one who knows the truth is Allison. When everyone thinks they’re tanning themselves by the pool, they’re researching in her basement.
Allison wants to put an arrow in his heart, but Lydia won’t leave anything to chance, so they wait until Peter’s won everyone over, made them believe he’s changed. Peter has proprietary gestures for each of his prizes, but Lydia is his favorite. The day Peter stops brushing her hair back and starts kissing her knuckles is the day Lydia texts Allison, “tonight.” Allison gets the lighter fluid and drives to the Hale house, to deliver Lydia’s final message.
Lydia invites Peter over to dinner. When she opens the door, Peter’s dressed like a gentleman. She’s rubbed paralytic poisons into her skin like it’s her moisturizer. She’s been swallowing wolfsbane capsules for weeks. The kanima toxin makes her lips glisten. Lydia licks her lips and Peter follows the movement, hungry.
Peter bends down to kiss her wrist. “Oh no, I think we’re past that,” She interrupts and he agrees, pressing himself closer. Lydia smiles into the kiss he takes from her. She’s immune. He’s not.
ABC has ordered a pilot for S.H.I.E.L.D, a live-action series from The Avengers writer-director Joss Whedon, Marvel TV and ABC Studios. The project is based on Marvel’s peacekeeping organization S.H.I.E.L.D (which stands for Strategic Hazard Intervention Espionage Logistics Directorate). S.H.I.E.L.D. will be written by Whedon, his bother Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen.
Joss Whedon also is set to direct the pilot, schedule permitting. Production on the pilot, which marks the first live-action Marvel TV project to get a green light, will start immediately. Joss Whedon, Jed Whedon and Tancharoen executive produce with Jeffrey Bell and Marvel TV’s Jeph Loeb.
in all my life, I have never encountered such an astounding act of trolling as the time I spent an hour and a half downloading what I thought was a Good Omens fanmix and then discovering that it was a Best of Queen album.
what if Satan’s name was misspelled once and he’s actually just Stan
Technically Satan is just a title, and Lucifer is his real name.
you must be fun at parties
ACTUALLY Lucifer in the Hebrew text the expression used to describe the Babylonian king before his death is Helal, son of Shahar, which can best be translated as “Day star, son of the Dawn.”
A satan is in fact a evil spirit sent by God to test men and the word hell originally meant ground or earth, so to put somebody in hell was to bury them.
The devil is a creation of the Catholic church is never actually mentioned in the originally text.
And now you know.
(I am very bored)
In fact, the Hebrew word that’s translated into Latin as “lucifer” (and for some reason is taken in the King James Bible as a proper name) is actually a mistranslation anyway…the original Hebrew word actually means “howl”…and it’s more meant as a sound, as an expression of anguish and despair (as in, “O, howl…” sort of like “O, argh…”). So the Hebrew “howl” was mistranslated into the Latin “lucifer” (meaning light bringer) and was then not translated into English and presented as a name - Lucifer. The passage in Isaiah is about the King of Tyre, and makes no reference to the Devil or Satan. As the above says, in the Old Testament a “satan” or “shaitan” is a spriit sent by God to test men, as is best seen in the book of Job. (Of course, what interests me most is what this actually suggests about the character of Howl in Howl’s Moving Castle…)
This is a great example of the Christian church going back through the Old Testament and reinterpreting/misinterpreting scripture to support their dogma. Another great example of this is the Song of Solomon which the Church for some reason interprets as a love letter between Christ and his “bride” the Church. Which, you know, makes no sense, considering when the book was written. If that was the case then what possible sense does it make to anyone before the death and resurrection of Christ? However, the fact that it’s actually a great celebration of the wonder of physical intimacy between a man and his lover didn’t sit well with a Church that wanted to convince people that touching each other in interesting places was something to feel horribly guilty about.
Are we gonna be zipping forward in the future? To what?
Bow worked as a story because we had the benefit of hindsight, we knew the First World War was coming, we knew what the “east wind” Holmes was referring to meant, and that’s why it’s heartbreaking. Take away that, you have pretty much…half a story, really.
“You will fall in love with your friends. Deep, passionate love. You will create a second family with them, a kind of tribe that makes you feel less vulnerable. Sometimes our families can’t love us all the time. Sometimes we’re born into families who don’t know how to love us properly. They do as much as they can but the rest is up to our friends. They can love you all the time, without judgement. At least the good ones can.”—(via themonotonousmonster)