- hydra merchandising is not cool
- death eater merchandising is not cool
- the harry potter fandom embracing death eater imagery is not cool
- the mcu cast and marvel staff embracing hydra imagery is not cool
impressionable children who don’t know better are being sold the images and logos of fictional extremist hate movements that are very clear metaphors for real extremist hate movements as something innocent and attractive, and that is not cool
there’s nothing cool or ~edgy~ about stanning for extremist hate movement groups, fictional or otherwise
Songwriters … are often plagued with the thing most often known as writer’s block. All writers are… I have found that the key to not being blocked is to not worry about it. Ever.
If you are sitting down and you feel that you want to write and nothing is coming, you get up and do something else. Then you come back again and try it again. But you do it in a relaxed manner. Trust that it will be there. If it ever was once and you’ve ever done it once, it will be back. It always comes back and the only thing that is a problem is when you get in your own way worrying about it.
I have finally written a story where the heroine, in a moment of desperate peril, on a runaway horse, can legitimately find herself thinking “It’s a math problem. If a horse traveling at twenty-six miles an hour going west is intercepted by a horse traveling at twenty-nine miles an hour going northwest, will the point where their paths cross be before or after the first horse breaks its rider’s neck?”
I can die happy now. I have achieved my ultimate victory over story problems. My life is complete.
idek with the worldbuilding on this I just wanted to get something out JUST IMAGINE THE SCENE ON THE BRIDGE WITH SAM EXCEPT PEGGY’S THERE AND ALSO A SUPERSOLDIER I’m sorry in advance
"You don’t have to come."
Peggy doesn’t even bother replying; her single raised eyebrow says exactly what she thinks of that suggestion. But Steve—dear Steve—has never been good at taking hints once he’s got an idea in his head. ”It’s just,” he presses on, “we’re destroying something you worked your whole life to create.”
"Something that was poisoned, rotten at the core from the start," she says sharply. "If anything, I ought to be first in line to bring it down." Steve ducks his head in apology, and her eyes soften again. She lays a hand over his and adds, "Besides that, I made a promise to you when you first vowed to destroy HYDRA, and I intend to keep it this time." His fingers circle hers, and Peggy knows he remembers the words, but says them again all the same. "You won’t be alone."