It's an experiment!

No, really, I have no idea what I'm doing.

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punk-kieren-walker:

I’m sure this is a theory that has been talked about before, but I was rewatching 2.05 and I just realized something.

The Undead Prophet can’t be a PDS sufferer, can he? If Simon was the first to respond to neurotryptaline, and people weren’t yet being released to their families, then who sent that message to him? Who gave Julian the number to give to Simon? Who was out there “rescuing” released PDS sufferers? Who had enough time to create this organization and create a plan and gather followers and find places to stay?

It had to be a living person.

I think the Undead Prophet is someone who’s living, who’s taking advantage of the hurt and broken and lost and abandoned PDS sufferers with nowhere else to go and nothing else to believe in. I think he’s using them for something.

I don’t think he’s a comic book-type supervillain or anything. I don’t think Dominic Mitchell does that type of writing or wants those types of characters. But I do think that maybe the Undead Prophet is someone of the Charles Manson or Jim Jones type, who are crazy enough and influential enough and manipulative enough to find they have influence over a certain type of people and to take advantage of it for their own messed up agendas.

I don’t think the Undead Prophet is a PDS sufferer. I think he’s a living person. And I think it would be interesting to learn what his intention is in building the ULA. Even more, though, I want to see what would happen if the ULA discovered he wasn’t a PDS sufferer, and how their actions might change or escalate.

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Filed under yesss this was what i've been thinking i even entertained the idea that the driving force behind maxine martin and the undead prophet are the same person idek if that makes sense... itf meta very excited for the reveal tbh

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blackyrider:

that guy, the husband of Addison’s friend? kinda an asshole.

instead of respecting his wife’s decision, he’s like “Oh, we’ll never have a kid, and THEY SAID SHE COULD LOsE HER SExDrIVe OH NOOO” like chill bro, no uterus, no opinion.

the woman wants her ovaries & breasts removed bc a lot of women in her family have died bc of ovarien/breast cancer and she doesn’t want to risk her life. 

and the men in this scenario don’t see that at all.

fucks sake. 

okay he isnt a complete asshole

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that guy, the husband of Addison’s friend? kinda an asshole.

instead of respecting his wife’s decision, he’s like “Oh, we’ll never have a kid, and THEY SAID SHE COULD LOsE HER SExDrIVe OH NOOO” like chill bro, no uterus, no opinion.

the woman wants her ovaries & breasts removed bc a lot of women in her family have died bc of ovarien/breast cancer and she doesn’t want to risk her life. 

and the men in this scenario don’t see that at all.

fucks sake. 

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do you ever feel like you’re the only one around who’s like…mediocre? like. not bad at anything in particular, but there’s not really ONE THING you’re the best at? like. i’m not bad at math, but im not brilliant in writing either. im good. im a bit better at writing than at math, but that’s becaue i was taught that math is hard and really really difficult to understand. not only from teachers, but from friends and there’s just millions of people who go ‘UGH MATHS’ i don’t really know why. 

i mean yeah, math can be hard, but so can be writing/interpreting literature. but we’re never taught/told that writing is hard. we’re taught grammar and vocab and then we’re told to practice and practice until we get better.

in math it’s do or die, and i don’t get that mentality at all. 

i don’t know if the school system teaches it a way that makes students hate it or if it’s just most people having this stance, before even trying that math is hard and that they wouldn’t understand anyway why bother

why is everyone so fucking afraid of maths. technically it should be way easier than interpreting a text, for example, because there’s (mostly) exactly one outcome. it’s a (more or less) straight line from beginning to end and you just have to learn, memorize and follow through.

in languages/interpretation, you have to consider so fucking much, it’s ridiculous. but it’s easier, why?

Filed under school uni life idek maths this is a weird rant