did elle and hotch work together pre-BAU

from watching the entirety of the episode, not just the One scene, there is absolutely ZERO evidence hotch comes from an abusive household

hotch being very much the man who Refuses to Raise His Voice ever

the team finding out hotch is half pakistani when he comes back from his mission and reid is like “it’s kind of funny that they’d put you so far away, you know you’d think with single parents the bureau would try to be more lenient” and hotch is like “they needed someone with my skill set who is proficient in urdu” and jj is like “when did you learn urdu”

i’m going thru my irl pictures and

i’m going thru my irl pictures and

coexistwithmutants:

If it WERE one Universe.. I learned 2 things about US History this summer.

1. Bucky Barnes shot JFK

2. Magneto took the fall

hotch’s scowl is so unreal

fannyann:

i would follow you to the ends of the earth with only mild complaining 

lusilly:

the criminal minds writers Can’t Count because there’s no way in hell aaron hotcher graduated high school in 1988, then went to law school, was a prosecutor in the DA’s office, part of a SWAT team, in the seattle FBI office, then joined the BAU and took his first case (the reaper) in 1998. that’s literally impossible

like………five years. give him five more years and maybe i’ll buy it

the criminal minds writers Can’t Count because there’s no way in hell aaron hotcher graduated high school in 1988, then went to law school, was a prosecutor in the DA’s office, part of a SWAT team, in the seattle FBI office, then joined the BAU and took his first case (the reaper) in 1998. that’s literally impossible

southerngothics:

watching old episodes of supernatural is like going back to the remains of your childhood home after it’s been burnt to the ground

iloveeverythingwaytoomuch:

KILL DARIAN

NO NOT THE DUCSK

LUCYYYY

THE FUCKING DUCJS I KNEW YOUD DIE

daniellemertina:

piccolowasablackman:

b1gsp1n:

piccolowasablackman:

ethiopienne:

that time the new york times started a profile of shonda rhimes by saying her autobiography should be called “how to get away with being an angry black woman.”

I hate the New York Times so much

So they mad at a strong Black woman for making shows about strong Black women. Really…?

no the writer is a white woman if you read the rest of the article is is incredibly racist. 

Literally, being strong and determined = being angry to whites when you’re a Black woman. And then even worse was when she said Viola Davis isn’t “classically beautiful.”

daniellemertina:

piccolowasablackman:

b1gsp1n:

piccolowasablackman:

ethiopienne:

that time the new york times started a profile of shonda rhimes by saying her autobiography should be called “how to get away with being an angry black woman.”

I hate the New York Times so much

So they mad at a strong Black woman for making shows about strong Black women. Really…?

no the writer is a white woman if you read the rest of the article is is incredibly racist. 

Literally, being strong and determined = being angry to whites when you’re a Black woman. And then even worse was when she said Viola Davis isn’t “classically beautiful.”

18mr:

September 1965 was a month that changed Filipino American history. 
“I’m an SOB when it comes to fighting for the rights of Filipino farm workers,” —Larry Itliong, labor leader who organized the historic Delano strike by farm workers. 

For more: http://bit.ly/ZsUBWq -AW

18mr:

September 1965 was a month that changed Filipino American history.

“I’m an SOB when it comes to fighting for the rights of Filipino farm workers,” —Larry Itliong, labor leader who organized the historic Delano strike by farm workers.

For more: http://bit.ly/ZsUBWq -AW