“He wasn’t normalized. We needed to terminate him.”
“So many have died. And yet you still kill. Why?”
“Because they are a plague. They have no place here.”
working on a world for my furry cahracters, and if there are asks for the Overwatch AU, Ima do that too
but there are no asks so qwq
.sailormooncyberpunk by Angelina Stroganova
Part XXV of a paranoia-drenched blackout-poetry-based-narrative I have conceptualised using the form of a government document. It will be told daily in 30 parts.
Rapture never fails to surprise and here we are, following the orders of yet another psychopath at Fort Frolic!
Any feedback, suggestions, ideas for series I can do and etc. are always very much appreciated. =)
Challenge: Help me out by reblogging this, and I’ll go through the notes and follow some of you back to say thanks! ^^
welcome to writeblr prompt week: day 3 (tropes)
The counterpart to the Absurdly Powerful Student Council is an absurdly elaborate school paper with production values and writing quality that real commercial newspapers would envy.The activities of the Absurdly Powerful Student Council and other very popular students will be chronicled in minute detail by the school newspaper newshounds that staff the paper, all of whom have very serious aspirations to a career in Journalism. Quite often they will also report about events around the city or town that the story is set in.
Major plot points will be revealed – or distorted! – on the front page of the school newspaper.” - TVTropes
“I’m sorry, but I’m going to do what’s right. Students need to hear this.” - Elsa True (The New Negro)
Destiny Yang, a freshman communication student, was fired from Paramount Johnson University’s student newspaper, The Collegiate Howl, when it was found out she was completing a newspaper article about the supposed rape of a scholarship student on campus by an unknown rich student. She was told she was “not following her orders” of writing “fluff pieces about the girly things you’re into”.
However Destiny, the daughter of a revolutionary journalist and a prolific professor, knows that following orders is never the right thing when it’s hurting the people. So she created an online blog and exposed many of the rape and manipulation cases that had been swept under the rug on her campus involving students and staff. Carson Locklear (David’s trouble-making cousin) and Elsa Yanaha True, who were both still journalist at the school newspaper at the time, risked their own jobs to publish her articles on the school site. Together these three defectors kept tabs on the ever-changing news on the “Paramount Insurrection” and any issues that the “Rebel SGA” was dealing with.
You can break my body but you will never break my mind.
Japan’s love for sushi and chocolate have produced new fine food: chocolate-fed yellowtail sushi.