She responds to insults with humor. Tucker Carlson, co-host of CNN’s “Crossfire,” claimed that he would eat his “shoes [and] tie” if “Living History” sold one million copies. According to the New York Times, Clinton dropped by the “Crossfire” set with a giant brown shoe made of chocolate cake and a signed copy of her memoir for Carlson after the book sold over a million copies in its first month. Pure class.
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I would rather meet a murderer who broke out of jail with a bloody knife in his hand than an angry Chief Bei Fong in some darkened alleyway.
At first the Germans didn’t shoot at him. They couldn’t believe what they were seeing. That wasn’t the astounding thing. The astounding thing was, he hooked up with I Company and came back.
could he be more of a badass
just let that door swing
”… you’ll do anything for him.”
Molly Weasley: Bad. Ass.