— William Adama, Battlestar Galactica (via chief-tyrol)
—Linsey Yoo, Racialicious, "Solidarity is for white women and Asian people are funny" (via owning-my-truth)
Sneak peek at some of John Rocco’s art from “Percy Jackson’s Greek Gods”, from his own blog. Accompanying the image of Persephone in the world above Hades and the Underworld, he says:
Next up is a book on Greek Mythology written by Rick Riordan. This is a HUGE book (about 400 pages) with over 60 paintings. Here is a sneak peak at one of the paintings.
400 pages! 60 paintings! Can’t wait!
—Sylvia Plath, The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath. (via wordsnquotes)
Celestina Warbeck-You Stole My Cauldron But You Can’t Have My Heart (x)
So I watch the Fosters with my twin brother and we both spend Jesus scenes just sighing “you’re so stupid” at the tv so you can see how we feel about him. Oh dear, the boy’s an idiot. However, I feel like the writers understand that Jesus is a mess and so I don’t think it’s a mistake on their part or anything.
As for the specific situation, I agree that Lexi would have been totally justified in getting angry and that she let Jesus off the hook too easily (does Marianna still talk to Lexi, btw, because she seems to have no real friends other than Mat and I love her)!
I think that she was just in pain and didn’t want to waste more energy on the situation, though. Everyone reacts differently to being betrayed.
Sooner or later on the show, Jesus IS going to have to face that his decisions have consequences, and I have a feeling it’s going to be sooner, given his rather… uh, permanent decision in the last episode. We’ll see how this episode goes!
Also, I adore you for asking this.