—Crowley's Theme Tune
Don’t Stop Me Now by Tchaikovsky (a.k.a the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra)
Crowley that is not subtle this is the cottage sitcom theme tune no other explanation exists fallen through from a timeline where the 2004 projected film was the biggest hit in the universe and we’re still watching spinoffs
I always considered ‘Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy’ Crowley’s theme tune, but THIS-
Resources: Writing Injuries and in Hospitals
So you want to write about an injured character, but it’s been years since you’ve been to the hospital, or you’ve simply never had this particular injury. It’s been said that writers should write what they know, but this advice is limiting and outdated. With a whole world of information out there, there’s no reason you shouldn’t write the character you want. So when writing an injured character, it’s important to know which injuries will lead you to which parts of the hospital, what a hospital is like, and what procedures, treatments, and recovery is like for each particular injury. Here are some sources I hope will help.
- Best Hospitals In the US
- List of United States Hospitals and Medical Centers
- The Purpose of Color Coded Scrubs
- Hospital Color Codes
- Hospital Standards
- An Example Hospital Layout
- New Hospital Visitation PoliciesInjuries
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Common Car Accident Caused Injuries
- How Do Comas Work?
- How Do Bones Break and How To Fix Them
- 10 Incurable Diseases
- How Is Cancer Diagnosed? (For More on Cancer, Check Here.)
- Preparing For Your Hospital Stay
- Preparing for Inpatient SurgeryRecovery:Remember that every injury is as unique as your character, but it’s important to know the facts; the more details you can give, the more the reader will understand what your character is going through. This is a great way to set the stakes, set up a plot, or set the scene.
I met this twerking, albino Raven named Pearl today. It is only one of four known albino Ravens in the whole world.
Pearl lives in this woman’s house. The handler has a permit, and the bird is property of the government (like hawks and falcons). She is affiliated with the California Wildlife Center. Every time the handler stopped petting Pearl she started cawing. She really likes affection.
technically this is a leucistic bird because it still has the pigment in its eye uvu