I WANT TO TOUCH IT.
I NEED THIS. I NEED IT IN MY LIFE.
I NEED AN ADULT.
I AM AN ADULT. I CAN BUY THIS FOR MYSELF.
I need this for reasons
So…do Swedish kids play with knives a lot a lot or just a little bit?
Is he wearing a Burger King crown?
breaking bad coffeeshop au where gale and walt quit the drug trade and open a small chain of eco-friendly coffee shops in albuquerque
ROASTING BAD 😀
“You and I will not make garbage. We will produce a chemically pure and stable product that performs as advertised. No adulterants. No soy milk. No cocoa powder.”
What, not "Breaking Beans”?
15 DAYS OF DS9
DAY 11: Favorite Episode
In The Pale Moonlight (6×19)
“So… I lied. I cheated. I bribed men to cover the crimes of other men. I am an accessory to murder. But the most damning thing of all… I think I can live with it. And if I had to do it all over again – I would. Garak was right about one thing: a guilty conscience is a small price to pay for the safety of the Alpha Quadrant. So I will learn to live with it… Because I can live with it… I can live with it. Computer – erase that entire personal log.”
These two scenes remind me of each other because they boldly illustrate how disparate TNG and DS9 were when it came to morality. In TNG, there was often a right answer, and the lines separating what was good and bad were often clear. While in DS9, the best thing to do was not always the “right” thing to do. DS9 gave you scenarios where you could not judge whether decisions were moral or immoral, leaving you conflicted because they did not fit in those boxes.
Also, I find these scenes are remarkable because they showed how the principles that Starfleet claimed it was built on went out the window when it itself was threatened.