Taekook AU - During an interview with BTS the members have the chance to get one member to do a professional lie detector test and decide on Jungkook. During the test, Jungkook's crush on Taehyung is revealed
Taekook AU where assistant Taehyung is sick and tired of the way his boss Jungkook treats him. When Jungkook gets in a car accident and loses all of his memory Taehyung decides to get back at him for the years of torture. “Who are you?” “I’m your husband.” #taekook#vkook#kookv
I’ve had this in my drafts from way too long I needed to tweet it
Trump's plan to pardon Scooter Libby for obstruction is a first step setting a stage for pardoning his co-conspirators for obstruction. Leib and I explain that self-pardons and self-dealing pardons are invalid under the Constitution's fiduciary "faithful execution" language:
2/ Self-protective firings are also invalid. Firing Mueller or Rosenstein would be faithless execution, violating the Constitution's fiduciary duties against self-dealing and corruption. We contend that either could go to court to enjoin their firings.
3/ And this is a reminder that Trump's pardons won't save him from state criminal law, which covers the other target and most of their alleged crimes: slate.com/articles/news_…
Taekook AU where Jungkook and Taehyung are forced to date by BigHit for publicity. Taehyung & Jungkook actually hate each other behind closed doors but they’re the best actors. That’s until Jungkook realizes how much he loves the taste of Tae’s lips on his #taekook#vkook#kookv
Taekook high school AU where baseball player Jungkook gets paired up with art kid Taehyung for their senior project. Tae is openly gay. Jungkook is jealous because he’s in the closet, Taehyung thinks he’s homophobic. They have 3 months to do their project. #taekook#vkook#kookv
Let's talk #ThreeBillboards and why Sam Rockwell's character, Dixon, has a trash ass character arc that ruins the whole movie. It's basically the prime example of the problem with the white perspective when making films
I did that rant as part of a review I was doing for The Commuter. But i got on the topic of Three Billboards because there's this theme of making trash ass white cops seem like they're still "good people"