Virginia: “I insinuated my way in with you easily enough.”
Bill: “You’re forgetting, I picked you for this job.”
Virginia: “If that’s what you need to tell yourself.”
The way he smiles at her…
Can someone in Europe please pick me up a copy? I will pay any necessary expenses. @u2 #U2 #TimeMagazine
Did Paul Heyman cross a line during the CM Punk/Undertaker angle after Paul Bearer died? His son offers some perspective.
“When they made this particular hero, they didn’t give him a gun. They gave him a screwdriver to fix things. They didn’t give him a tank or a warship or an x-wing fighter—they gave him a box from which you can call for help. And they didn’t give him a superpower or pointy ears or a heat-ray—they gave him an extra HEART. They gave him two hearts! And that’s an extraordinary thing. There will never come a time when we don’t need a hero like the Doctor.”
― Steven Moffat
My nephew Ethan is a fifth grader at a new school this year. We’ve suspected that he hasn’t quite made any real friends yet.
Today, he got into a slight scuffle on the playground.
Some boy stole a ball from a group of girls at recess and my nephew went to the kid and took the ball back. The two of them wound up knocking shoulders, and when my nephew tried to walk away, the other kid tripped him.
My nephew, being a sensitive soul, teared up a bit when he fell. The two of them ended up being sent to the office, where they were each told that if there were any more trouble between them, they’d be written up.
Ethan is quite shy, which is probably why he hasn’t made any friends yet. But…
In the mornings, he drops his little brother Evan off at the kindergarten playground before going to his own, and then he checks on him again before the bell rings, to make sure he’s still there and is okay.
Evan only stays a half-day; when we pick him up from school, Ethan’s class is at lunch. So, every day, Ethan watches the kinder classes being let out, and makes sure to spot whoever is picking up his brother.
Ethan didn’t think it was nice that this kid stole the ball from a group of girls, so he went over and did what he thought was the right and fair thing to do.
My nephew is smart, athletic, handsome, kind, and sensitive; he knows right from wrong, and shows strong morals. He’s a good kid.
I’m proud of him. I just thought I’d share.