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eevylynn:

schmacky:

phoenixfeatherquill:

I’m sort of in dire straits at the moment, financially speaking. I’ve been pretty much living paycheck to paycheck for the last six months and now I’m in a very bad situation…my car needs repair work, over $1,400.00 to get it functional again. I’ve been tossing around…

I hate to rain in on the parade but isn’t that… illegal? I mean it’s one thing to use the characters and world that someone came up with and play in that world for the fun of it but quite another to get monetary compensation.

It’s just like paying someone for fanart.

It depends who you’re paying for that fan art. Some artists have rights to create derivative work from the copyright holders. That’s legal. Other people don’t, that’s illegal.

If someone writes OUAT fanfiction, it’s technically against the law. It’s ignored most likely because they don’t want to alienate fans and they aren’t losing any money allowing it. Someone sells their work? A massive no-no.

I just don’t want anyone to think that it’s ok because someone somewhere has seen it done before.

Better to ask for donations and as a thank you, write them a story or something. But I highly suggest people to avoid words like buying, selling, having a set price or mandatory donation.

phoenixfeatherquill:

I’m sort of in dire straits at the moment, financially speaking. I’ve been pretty much living paycheck to paycheck for the last six months and now I’m in a very bad situation…my car needs repair work, over $1,400.00 to get it functional again. I’ve been tossing around…

I hate to rain in on the parade but isn’t that… illegal? I mean it’s one thing to use the characters and world that someone came up with and play in that world for the fun of it but quite another to get monetary compensation.

meresger:

sassyzinger:

"The number you are trying to reach is out of service."
I was rewatching Tallahassee the other day and something hit me that I’ve never noticed before.
As in, the fact that they bothered to include the little tidbit that Neal’s phone had been disconnected before Emma was arrested.
Interesting isn’t it? That Neal supposedly called the police on Emma? But his phone was disconnected?
Now, he certainly could have called the cops before and then disconnected the phone. But we know he was talking to August, presumably for a good, long while. August would be telling him all about the curse, Emma’s parents, the Evil Queen, Neal’s father, and trying to convince Neal to leave so Emma could break the curse. Because that’s what August kept telling Neal. “You keep your promise and sear clear and she can have a good life.”
Would he have had time to do all that, call the cops, and then disconnect his phone?
Assuming that the phone was stolen- they where living on the streets, moving from state to state, they had no billing address, how could those phone’s be legit?- he could have disconnected it manually. That would still take a bit of time.
This is very much a theory, of course. But considering we know that Neal wasn’t planning on betraying Emma and leaving her for the cops, the timing doesn’t completely add up. If he’d been planning this all along, like Emma was lead to believe, it would make sense. But he wasn’t. It throws the time frame off.
Maybe I’m giving the writers too much credit here. But it just strikes me as very odd.

It’s probably irrelevant. There were pay phones in 2001. But the time frame for every event on OUAT is already screwed up. Months, days of the week, daylight hours, none of it makes sense. The writers are just that shoddy. It’s a miracle A&E even realized the show is now in spring 2013… which just makes worse how quickly character development happens, b/c they have to know it’s bs. (But they didn’t even realize until after Comic-Con that “Frozen” came out months after their chronology, so it’s all ad-hoc with those morons.)

Yes there were payphones in 2001, but there were also cell phones.

meresger:

sassyzinger:

"The number you are trying to reach is out of service."

I was rewatching Tallahassee the other day and something hit me that I’ve never noticed before.

As in, the fact that they bothered to include the little tidbit that Neal’s phone had been disconnected before Emma was arrested.

Interesting isn’t it? That Neal supposedly called the police on Emma? But his phone was disconnected?

Now, he certainly could have called the cops before and then disconnected the phone. But we know he was talking to August, presumably for a good, long while. August would be telling him all about the curse, Emma’s parents, the Evil Queen, Neal’s father, and trying to convince Neal to leave so Emma could break the curse. Because that’s what August kept telling Neal. “You keep your promise and sear clear and she can have a good life.”

Would he have had time to do all that, call the cops, and then disconnect his phone?

Assuming that the phone was stolen- they where living on the streets, moving from state to state, they had no billing address, how could those phone’s be legit?- he could have disconnected it manually. That would still take a bit of time.

This is very much a theory, of course. But considering we know that Neal wasn’t planning on betraying Emma and leaving her for the cops, the timing doesn’t completely add up. If he’d been planning this all along, like Emma was lead to believe, it would make sense. But he wasn’t. It throws the time frame off.

Maybe I’m giving the writers too much credit here. But it just strikes me as very odd.

It’s probably irrelevant. There were pay phones in 2001. But the time frame for every event on OUAT is already screwed up. Months, days of the week, daylight hours, none of it makes sense. The writers are just that shoddy. It’s a miracle A&E even realized the show is now in spring 2013… which just makes worse how quickly character development happens, b/c they have to know it’s bs. (But they didn’t even realize until after Comic-Con that “Frozen” came out months after their chronology, so it’s all ad-hoc with those morons.)

Yes there were payphones in 2001, but there were also cell phones.

meresger:

Proving once again that Eddy is Adam’s bitch. (And here I thought they were already writing concussed.) I also doubt they were really trying to conserve water since they could have easily paid for bottled water (or apple juice).This was just as lame as Olivia Wilde’s fake breast milk bucket. Way to use the drought to get out of doing it right — and for Adam to inflict some blows to the head to his writing staff while sitting there doing nothing. As usual.

I didn’t hear what Adam said at the end but I think it was cool to use apples instead of water. California is really encouraging people to be creative for water alternatives for the bucket challenge. We’re in a serious drought and I for one appreciate them not wasting water (bottled or otherwise).

I'm new to Remilie: what are these Twitter attacks anti-Rems keep talking about, the ones involving their SOs?
Anonymous

remilieforever:

People not liking Eric Bilitch, Emilie’s boyfriend, have been tweeting him. The Anti-Rems, one in particular, a very loud and rude person, have been saying those people are Remilie shippers, with no proof of any kind. Thing is, it’s not. We don’t contact actors as we said multiple times. We are not responsible for everything despite what they think.

But err, can someone speak for an entire group? Good or bad?

takingbackouat:

onceuponatime-confessions:

“I’ve never shipped something as hard or as fast as Swanfire. I love Neal & Emma’s dynamic. They have such great chemistry together; their scenes are intricate and sparkle vibrantly. Seeing those two together in a moment makes me happy. They always will. :)”

I love Rumbelle a little more, but still…

I never really NEEDED those two together. I would have liked it and really enjoyed the poetry of their story. But I absolutely loved all their interactions. Even the uncomfortable ones. Hell, especially the uncomfortable ones. That’s when they were the most raw and real and I really really liked their dynamic.

takingbackouat:

onceuponatime-confessions:

I’ve never shipped something as hard or as fast as Swanfire. I love Neal & Emma’s dynamic. They have such great chemistry together; their scenes are intricate and sparkle vibrantly. Seeing those two together in a moment makes me happy. They always will. :)”

I love Rumbelle a little more, but still…

I never really NEEDED those two together. I would have liked it and really enjoyed the poetry of their story. But I absolutely loved all their interactions. Even the uncomfortable ones. Hell, especially the uncomfortable ones. That’s when they were the most raw and real and I really really liked their dynamic.

thebackyardigans:

fake-dildo:

thebackyardigans:

why were p,x,a and r afraid of lamp?

why

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Lamp - The Letter Killer.

And poor P.. it was so close to the murder and all by itself and it puked on the floor. Poor baby.

tinkerbellreturns:

schmacky replied to your post: anonymous asked:What country do y…

I wanna go to Brazil!

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eevylynn:

goodadvicegiver1337:

atane:

CNN doing what CNN does.

Around the World

Wow, Hong Kong’s moved since the last time I’ve seen a map…

No way! This can’t be real! Hahaha

eevylynn:

goodadvicegiver1337:

atane:

CNN doing what CNN does.

Around the World

Wow, Hong Kong’s moved since the last time I’ve seen a map…

No way! This can’t be real! Hahaha

It just hit me

Regina’s hatred (for Snow) tore apart the Charming family in the Pilot. But, Regina’s love (for Henry) also tore apart the Charming family in Going Home.

Fucking Regina. What a pain in the ass lol