Hobbit Valentines pt. I
Featuring Thorin, Bilbo, Fili, Kili, Nori, and Ori.
Finished these earlier today but fell asleep before I could upload them! There are more dwarves to come (hopefully before Valentine’s Day)~
$2 each, 3 for $5! Printed on glossy paper. Approximately 3 x 4” each.
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JENNY I’M SCREAMING
Bilbo you nasty. XDDDD
IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR AGAIN
If men had periods it would be a fucking national crisis and there would be a vending machine selling pads on every street corner like it was a fucking starbucks and missing work for that week would be completely justified
SAME GOES FOR IF MEN HAD CHILDREN, ABORTION WOULD BE MADE LEGAL QUICKER THAN A DEATH ON SUPERNATURAL
Imagine Chekov not wanting to work so he grabs you and hides and cuddles with you until someone else finds you guys.
I had a choice, you know. Fandom stuff or wolf puppy to reblog. I picked this. Everyone needs wolf puppy. Cats give off a pheromone that makes you love them, dogs just make you love them.
The film never takes the time to consider how little thought Khan would’ve given to killing Pike, a disabled person. Khan likely believes that all disabled people deserve to die for the good of humanity. Hell, he probably had an extermination program against disabled people during his heyday. By ignoring Khan’s eugenicist ableism, the film loses a good deal of the moral complexity found in Star Trek.
We never see Admiral Marcus weigh the options of aligning with a genocidal murderer in the name of Federation security. If Khan advised him to implement a eugenics policy to save the Federation, would Marcus do it? Who would Marcus kill to protect the many? Would he go for Pike, one of his own officers?
We also never see Kirk truly consider the ethical implications of teaming up with Khan for the infiltration of Marcus’ starship. Is Kirk just as bad as Marcus now? By partnering with a man who would want Pike exterminated, does Kirk betray his memory? Is stopping Marcus worth the risk of Khan escaping and conquering Earth again?
But none of these kind of questions get asked in the film because the J.J. Abrams version of Star Trek is more interested in gunfights and girls in their underwear than the hard questions that need to be debated to build a better future for life on this planet and far beyond.
Star Trek Into Darkness: Able-Bodied Angst and Abrams’ Anti-Intellectualism (via spacecrip)
I wonder if they would have had time to do all that? Although it seems to me they did cut parts out of the movie.
Isn’t the point of the show and the movies to spark the discussions within ourselves, not to have the discussions for us?
While the Star Trek franchise most definitely encourages discussion amongst fans, one of the trademarks of the shows and films is the characters debating whether they have the right to take a certain action or if they have the ethical responsibility to behave in a certain fashion.
See: “The Menagerie,” which is one long debate about whether breaking Federation law is permissible if it is on a perceived mission of mercy. Or “The Measure of a Man,” which is another long debate about what constitutes a person. Or “Who Watches the Watchers?” where Picard does one of his classically trained monologues about religion vs. secularism. Or “In the Pale Moonlight,” where Sisko and Garak tackle whether murder can be justified to save countless lives in the Dominion War.
now what’s your excuse for not liking nine?
BY ROYAL DECREE NINE WILL RETURN FOR THE 50th ANNIVERSARY
why is anders in an nypd uniform?
ARREST ME OFFICER
Calling it now Chef Ramsey is going to be the 12th Doctor
“get in the fucking tardis GOD”
“this planet is disgusting; bland, wet. it’s embarrassing”
doctor, where are we?
“in the shit.”
I’m okay with this
When facing a Dalek
“that’s not how you fucking use a whisk”
Noble family don’t care. Noble family don’t give a shit.
Noble family motto: Bigger on the inside my ass.
We spoke often of Narnia in the days that followed. And when my cousins left, after the war ended… I missed them with all my heart… as I know all Narnians will miss them… until the end of time.