Don't Get Mad, Get Even (3050 words) by ienablu [AO3]

quigonejinn:

hauntedjaeger:

quigonejinn:

ieneworks:

Chapters: 1/1
Fandom: Pacific Rim (2013)
Rating: Not Rated
Warnings: No Archive Warnings Apply
Relationships: Chuck Hansen/Mako Mori, Herc Hansen/Stacker Pentecost, Raleigh Becket/Chuck Hansen/Mako Mori
Characters: Chuck Hansen, Stacker Pentecost, Hercules Hansen, Mako Mori
Additional Tags: Alternate Universe - Everybody Lives
Summary:

After seeing memories of Marshal Pentecost having sex with his dad, Chuck decides to get even by sleeping with Mako.

It doesn’t quite go as planned. Chuck is still trying to figure out whether or not that’s a bad thing.

FRIENDS AND COMRADES

FRIENDS AND COMRADES

WERE YOU LOOKING FOR A DELIGHTFUL, LIGHTHEARTED FIC ABOUT STACKER AND CHUCK COMING BACK FROM PITFALL

WERE YOU LOOKING FOR A DELIGHTFUL, LIGHTEHEARTED FIC ABOUT MAKO AND CHUCK AND RALEIGH

WERE YOU LOOKING FOR FIC WHERE STACKER IS DOING HERC FOR I CAN’T

LISTEN THE CHARECTERIZATION IS DELIGHTFUL AND WONDERFUL AND FUNNY AND IT’S A STACKER-AND-CHUCK-LIVE FIC AND IT DOESN’T IGNORE STACKER AND IT DOESN’T IGNORE MAKO AND THE PUNCHLINE FOR THE FIC HAD ME SQUEAKING WITH JOY DURING MY COMMUTE I AM VERY SORRY FELLOW COMMUTERS BUT YOU CANNOT EXPECT ME TO STAY QUIET AT THE IDEA OF A  STACKER WHO IS NOT JUST ALIVE, BUT FINALLY RELAXING ENOUGH TO UNDERTAKE SOME VENGEANCE OF HIS OWN AND I CAN’T

IT IS DELIGHTFUL AND IT IS FUNNY AND SILLY AND I WISH I COULD READ THIS FIC AGAIN FOR THE FIRST TIME ANOTHER 10,000,000 TIMES

They disconnect, and Pentecost just turns to him, and stares at him for a long minute.

Chuck’s face hurts from grinning so hard.

WHAT’S THE RULE

IF IT MAKES YOU SHRIEK INTO A THROW PILLOW AND ALSO PRESS YOUR HANDS TO THE TOP OF YOUR HEAD IN SHEER JOY SEVERAL TIMES

FUCKING REBLOG IT

I AM ONLY HUMAN

“Yeah,” he says. “When you said you carry nothing into the Drift, were you just full of shit, or did you mean to say ‘I carry nothing into the Drift except memories of boning your dad’?”

“But back, again, to Lucy and the central plot. She learns Chinese in a few minutes and busts out of her cell and into a hospital. There, she shoots a patient on the operating table and dumps the body onto the floor to make room for the surgeons to instead operate on her to remove the CPH4 from her abdomen. (This is an okay thing for her to do, because she’s also taught herself enough radiology and oncology to be confident that the other patient was going to die anyway.) The very concerned doctors explain to Lucy that CPH4 is a substance that occurs naturally in women during their sixth week of pregnancy (note: it’s not) that gives fetuses the “energy” to build their skeletal structure. How this fits in with everything else we’ve been told about “cerebral capacity” is left to viewers to puzzle out. Moreover, again, how is it that a bunch of random Chinese ER doctors seem to know more about the power and perils of CPH4 than, say, the pharmaceutical industry, the military-industrial complex, and the actual global crime syndicate that is smuggling the drug around the world?”
futurejournalismproject:

Yes There is a Chrome Extension That Makes Reading the News More Fun 
The extension’s here. The code is here.
The original xkcd comic is here.

futurejournalismproject:

Yes There is a Chrome Extension That Makes Reading the News More Fun 

The extension’s here. The code is here.

The original xkcd comic is here.

“When minor characters who are also ethnic minorities start talking among themselves in their native tongues, they sometimes take advantage of their invisibility to say things. Sometimes they break the Fourth Wall and start ranting about the movie director. Sometimes, they spout random obscenities or natter about their lousy lunch. It’s all in not-English, so whatever they say doesn’t matter! And the actual translations of their lines can be a secret source of hilarity in films where actors are instructed to use a Gratuitous Foreign Language (GFL) in order to make a scene sound more authentic. When some Native Americans cast in Westerns were told to speak their own language to add some authenticity, these actors took the opportunity to crudely editorialize about their director, which allegedly resulted in Native American audiences (in)explicably cracking up laughing during scenes that were meant to be dramatic.”
-

Minorities can be marginalized in film, but not silenced. (via salon)

Bonus “so that’s what was going on” from Snowpiercer:

Snowpiercer,” 2014. The native language of this dystopian thriller is French, as it’s based on a graphic novel, “Le Transpercerneige,” 1982, released last year as 설국열차 in South Korea. Directed by Bong Joon-ho, it features Chris Evans as its lead. Despite its French and South Korean origins, the film’s dialogue is mostly English. Writer Emily Yoon saw this film when it was first released in Korea last year, and explains there’s a terrific joke that goes untranslated on two levels: When Curtis (played by Chris Evans) first encounters Namgung Minsu (남궁민수, played by Song Kang-ho), Evans keeps calling him ‘Nam,’ to which Song responds:  “‘남궁’까지가 성이고 ‘민수’ 가 이름이다 이 무식한 새끼야.” (“‘Namgung’ is my surname and ‘Minsu’ is the name, you ignorant bastard.”) Because there are many languages being spoken in the closed universe of the train, the people riding it use an interpreter/translator device. However, the device is stumped because he has a rare two-syllable family name — he should be called either ‘Namgung’ or ‘Minsu,’ but never just ‘Nam.’ The translator machine can’t make sense of this, and so as Song rants, the machine remains silent. So the entire insult goes untranslated for the movie audience as well.

(via seasquared)

cumaeansibyl:

"It’s important to show that a heroine can be girly/ladylike/feminine and still kick ass!"

yes, because we’re so overwhelmed by butch women protagonists in media

momochanners:

With my mum’s blessings, I give you the recipe for her Easy Prawn/Shrimp Fritters! Perfect for snacks during family gatherings like Eid-ul-Fitr and other reunion occasions!
Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri / Eid Mubarak to all who celebrate!

momochanners:

With my mum’s blessings, I give you the recipe for her Easy Prawn/Shrimp Fritters! Perfect for snacks during family gatherings like Eid-ul-Fitr and other reunion occasions!

Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri / Eid Mubarak to all who celebrate!

kickpixel:

HAPPY YEKATERINA BRIDGE, YOU FILTHY INGRATES

kickpixel:

HAPPY YEKATERINA BRIDGE, YOU FILTHY INGRATES

onetobeamup:

sheereleganceinitssimplicity:

A collection of lamamama's awesome Avatar the Last Airbender - Star Trek: Deep Space Nine crossover

Featuring the adult gaang:

Toph - Terran; Security officer

Sokka - Bajoran; Science officer

Aang - Joined Trill (with unusual markings); Captain

Katara - Bajoran; Chief medical officer

Zuko - Klingon: Must. Regain. HONOR!

Iroh - Klingon; Really likes prune juice (or bloodwine, I can’t tell)

Bonus TOS Sokka - From the Trials and Tribble-ations episode (no one can convince me otherwise)

yES PERFECT 

harrietvane:

I don’t understand how The Expendables ISN’T about all the ladies from 80’s and 90’s badass action who were killed, maimed and/or spent like fucking currency to buy audience amusement and man-pain narrative.

I mean that’s what they were, the actual expendables. They were spent.

[*growly trailer voice*] AND NOW THEY’RE BACK. AND PAYBACK’S A BITCH.

furynz:

boromirs:

Based off of this scene from Parks & Rec, made for meg

Because this makes me laugh and I need that today.

Love how Kili just nods in the ‘threw an ale at a swan and it attacked my brother Kili’ one.  :)

I used to hate Jane Foster

benadrylthegoodstuff:

I did. When I first saw Thor, I loved the movie. It was great. Except Jane. I couldn’t stand Jane. She was too much of what I thought of as a ‘damsel in distress’, even though, thinking back on it now, I don’t think she was ever actually in distress in the first movie (at least, no more than any other mere mortal in that little New Mexico town was).

Jane just wasn’t what I thought of as a ‘strong’ female character. She was no Peggy or Sharon Carter or Maria Hill. She didn’t defeat the villain like Pepper Potts did in IM3. And she certainly wasn’t Natasha Romanov (no one is like Natasha Romanov). She was like Betty Ross; there only to be a love interest for the main character.

And then I was watching Thor: The Dark World, and I was hit with a realization.

Of course she’s not a ‘strong’ character like Peggy Carter or Natasha Romanov.

She’s a scientist.

Before Thor came along and disrupted her life, she was a scientist studying out space and wormholes and whatever else (i’m not a scientist i have no idea). Natasha was made and bred into this world of spy and intrigue. Peggy Carter, Sharon Carter and Maria Hill are all women in military positions—Peggy with the Army (I think?) and Sharon and Maria with SHIELD. And Pepper, as amazing as she is, really only defeated Aldrich Killian because she was injected with Extremis. Jane Foster wasn’t made for this world of aliens and gods and superheroes. Jane doesn’t have what any of the other female Marvel characters have, which is the skills necessary to keep up with these types of characters.

You know what she does have? She has her science, and she has a neverending scientific curiosity.

When Jane is zapped into an alternate space, the first thing she does is investigate the weird cube thing there. She goes and sticks her finger in it, and she doesn’t start freaking out until the Aether sinks into her skin.

When she’s traveling the Bifrost, she looks about her in wonder and awe, because yes, she’s traveling in space, but this is also the culmination of her life’s work, absolutely proof that she was right, and you can just bet her brain was whirring as she added all that into place.

When she’s on the healing table in Asgard, she knows exactly what it is. You can hear the sneer in the Asgardian healer’s voice, can almost hear her thinking Oh this puny mortal thinks she’s so smart, but what does she know?, but Jane knows exactly what this device is. Asgardian science is so advanced it looks like magic to Midgardians but Jane still knows what it is.

She slaps Loki. This is a being who invaded her world twice, who helped wipe a New Mexico town off the map and brought an army into New York. This is an alien on par with Thor, who could probably break her neck with a flick of his wrist. And she storms up and slaps him. That’s brave. A little reckless and foolhardy, for the above-mentioned reasons, but brave. She’s not a cowering damsel by any means.

The only real time she’s anywhere close to being a damsel is when Loki hands her over to Malakith, which was actually just part of the plan, so it hardly even counts.

Even during the final battle, Jane isn’t a damsel or sitting helpless. She’s an asset. She’s the one who manages to reconfigure Erik’s devices to induce the anomalies caused by the Convergence. She’s the one who stands in a bell tower as aliens fight outside and causes things to disappear to help Thor stall Malakith so he can’t destroy the world.

Jane Foster isn’t strong, not in the way Maria or Natasha or Peggy or Sharon are, because she wasn’t made for that. But that doesn’t make her weak. She is a scientist, and she uses her brains to help out in the ways she can. She isn’t physically strong, but she’s well-rounded in the ways that truly strong characters are.

I’ve been brainwashed into thinking the only strong female characters are the ones with sharp edges who can kill you just by looking at you. That’s not what a strong female character is. Jane Foster is strong, in her own way, and I’m done hating her. We need more female characters like her, not the type to save the day with her brawn, but with her brain.

I used to hate Jane Foster. I don’t any more.

hauntedjaeger:

What were your inspirations, especially since [Tauriel] is a completely created character; what brought you to bring that power because there were a lot of ways you could have played that role that would have been along the lines of what we usually see for a girl in an action movie where she’s not in the adventure, she’s the prize…?

 

Holy shit.