being really excited about something your parents don’t care about
i dont remember this part of the bible
After the night he had, neither did Jesus.
I’m walking everywhere like this from now on.
48/∞ musical theater songs you should love: Something I can’t see | Next to NormalWritten by Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey using suggestions from fans via the Next to Normal Twitter account. Performed live at an event the song is a scene between Gabe and Doctor Madden. It was never incorporated into the production.
#i love how this song is the illness mocking the doctor for not being able to fix diana. #i love how gabe is not just an illusion to diana but the physical representation of illness and loss. #he tortures everyone in the show. everyone is harmed by him. #mental illness does not only hurt those with the condition. it effects everyone connected to that person. #that’s why next to normal is my favorite. #it addresses something that so many people don’t understand in such a profound way. #the reprise of the theme makes me happy as well.
And that’s why I wish this song was in the show. I know it wasn’t even written until after the show was made but it would have fit so well and it makes it clear that he has an effect on everyone.
i’m constantly sad over deaton and marin because like??? they are half siblings!!! they have a bregudging respect for the other but very different moral codes!!! they both are powerful and determined!!! but then i have so many questions???
did they grow up together??? did they…
OTTAWA - Pierre Poilievre won’t stop citing a report to justify cracking down on potential voter fraud, even though author Harry Neufeld says the Harper government is misrepresenting his report and ignoring his recommendations.
"We are going to keep quoting Mr. Neufeld’s report because it contains the facts that obviously support our position that people should have ID when they show up to vote," the minister for democratic reform told the House of Commons on Friday.
He accused opposition MPs of ignoring the “hard facts” contained in last year’s report by Neufeld, a former chief electoral officer for British Columbia who was commissioned by Elections Canada to review the problem of non-compliance with the rules for casting ballots in the 2011 election.
However, Neufeld suggested it’s Poilievre who’s ignoring the facts.
He told The Canadian Press there’s not a shred of evidence that there have been more than “a handful” of cases of deliberate voter fraud in either federal or provincial elections.
"I never said there was voter fraud," Neufeld said in an interview. "Nor did the Supreme Court, who looked at this extremely carefully."
Neufeld said the government’s efforts to prevent voter fraud are aimed at a non-existent problem. And he predicted they’ll wind up disenfranchising thousands of voters and resulting in a rash of court challenges.
Jennifer Lawrence in “Catching Fire”.