Yes but sometimes I answer questions from anons who care more about Pezberry than I do.
A new hadrosaurid ornithopod from the Upper Cretaceous of North Dakota
Santana Lopez, Samuel Evans - University of Chicago
Volume 34, March 2012
Hadrosaurids are primarily herbivorous ornithopod dinosaurs of the Cretaceous. Here we report a new member of the ornithopoda clade Hadrosauridae from the Upper Cretaceous Hell Creek Formation of North Dakota, based on a single, complete skeleton. The discovery of this animal, here named Brittosaurus agilis gen. et sp. nov., adds to the known diversity of hadrosaurids in North America. B. agilis can be identified by a unique configuration of lumbar vertebrae and pelvic girdle. Several additional features contribute to a unique combination of character states that serves to further distinguish B. agilis from other taxa. Comparisons with other hadrosaurids suggest that Brittosaurus was a uniquely agile and flexible ornithopod.
Santana Lopez nervously picked at the seam of her coffee cup. This symposium on body-size evolution and ecology was fascinating, it truly was, but she honestly didn’t come to NAPC this year for anything other than one reason: to see Brittany S. Pierce, and the speaker, who Santana was sure was a very nice person, wasn’t Brittany S. Pierce, nor was anyone else currently present in the room.
Oh Glee, worst idea ever.
True, but there are people don’t care about Brittany like we do and see these transgressions as entirely justified.
Becuz she’s just liek a dumb blonde!!111!!!
Agreed on Brittany, though. Brittany went from agreeing with Santana that she hated everyone in Glee, to loving them, and then back to hating them again. And I don’t blame her.
They made Pezberry friendship happen so that things could be about Rachel and not about…Santana.
Or Brittany, for that matter, and Brittany is far and away the better example of humanity. [/stan]
Well, Faberry shippers were quite upset, so it seemed to me, about the buttload of Finchel. I guess what you mean is that they should have been more upset about the way the writers were Faberry trolling?
There’s something about Quinn, ain’t there? She treated Finn poorly at the beginning and then went running back to him in Season 2. Granted, it was nominally for popularity reasons, but the tearful way she reacted in ‘Funeral’ when Finn all but told her that Rachel was better for him seemed to indicate that she had an emotional investment.
That’s what I think.
At least in the other stories using the Star Quarterback/Unpopular Girl trope, the Star Quarterback wasn’t the deluded “I never hurt anyone real bad” asshole Fink Hudson is.
brittanyisinlovewithsantana replied to your post: just because people seem to ship her with a female character doesn’t mean she’s gay, there are bisexuals, pansexuals, I think Quinn can be sexually fluid if she hadn’t been so restricted throughout her life, but she has been showing a bit of that on the series, specially in the 3rd season.
Up until this season, I didn’t see the Quinn gay thing at all, and I don’t understand why more people aren’t offended at the blatant fan service that the season 3 Faberry scenes were. I don’t like when I feel like I’m being manipulated.
try telling that to the people who say that faberry would have been canon if not for brittana
Thanks to a delightful melange of Dianna’s acting choices, the Achele chemistry and the writers baiting the Faberry shippers.
And Quinn isn’t just bisexual to some people, she’s gay diddy gay gay gay to them. “Pressed lemon” I believe is the term used.
The fact that people think Quinn is gay.
I mean Dianna is a hipster and everything that goes with it, and it shows in how she decides to portray Quinn.
I see Quinn embracing bicurious tendencies at Yale, sure (cf. Lisa Simpson). As much as I dislike Dianna’s acting choices, I respect her prerogative to make Quinn look twice at females (because if I did not, I would be a hypocrite), so I accept that Quinn is bicurious. As for her contempt for males, it’s not like any of the males in Glee are particularly worthy of anything but contempt — the only boy who treated her decently was Sam and she left him for Fink Hudson (bad move, Quinn).
But Quinn, at the end of the day, has stated that she’s Not That Into That and that’s what we should operate on because who are we to decide who she is, even if she’s fictional? It’s like people saying Santana isn’t really a lesbian. You love who you love, but based on the trajectory of Glee’s “storylines”, Quinn will always be straight no matter how “gay” Dianna makes her.
good to know
I raise the mirror of my life
Up to my face: sixty years.
With a swing I smash the reflection—
The world as usual
All in its place.
— Taigen Sofu (c. 1600)
There was no mention of the discovery of a mysterious body in Kabukichō in the papers the next morning. Nishimura had played the part of a wealthy bachelor to the grave, and it was doubtful that the prostitutes formerly under his employ would be making much of an effort to pay his toll across the Sanzu River. It could be days before someone noticed he was missing, and the longer the body stayed cold, the better.
This was the time for Britt to lay low, to let the TMPD run around in circles until they scratched their heads and turned their noses up the unpleasant dirt they’d dug up on the deceased and filed the case under the Kabukichō trademark of “unsolved gang-related murders”. But when she returned to Hachiōji that afternoon, Master Kazuo stopped her and handed her another piece of paper, another name, another set of instructions, before she’d even had a chance to tell him that Nishimura was dead.
Britt took it without saying a word and piled it on top of the jumbled heap of her thoughts.