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Hey DC, I would watch this movie: rob-anybody tumblr Follow broadlybrazen unpretty another dumb headcanon: superman is nice to birds because of course he is, and helps out birds who are in distress. also he can fly around with them. birds see a lot more of superman than they do of most people, basically. the unexpected consequence of this is that the crows of metropolis recognize superman as a friend. sometimes crows just follow him around like a weird flock or try to give him shiny things. but mostly please just imagine luthor trying to gloat while threatening superman with kryptonite only to have a crow steal it. or just, generally, lex luthor getting attacked by crows. if that does not improve your day i don't know what to tell you unpretty What is that? Superman followed the direction of Batman's gaze. A crow had landed on the rooftop beside them, and dropped a bottlecap near Superman's feet. "Ohl Hey Francis. Is that for me?" Caw," said Francis Do you have a pet crow? Batman asked. No, I don't have pets," Superman said as he bent down to retrieve the bottlecap You named it. Not this specific one," Superman explained. "1 just call all the crows Francis. ...why Caw, caw," said Francis with a flap of its wings I don't know. Just calling them 'crow felt rude after a while. l'd name them individually but I can't actually tell them apart. Except for Old Francis and One Eyed Francis." Superman tucked the bottlecap into a small pocket on the back of his pants. Why Francis?" Superman shrugged. It's gender neutral. I don't want to misgender them just because they're birds Of course you don't," Batman sighed, looking back out at Metropolis Caw," Francis added Do you keep dog treats in your utility belt?" Superman asked Why would I do that. .. in case you meet a dog that needs to know he's a good boy? Superman suggested. Batman shook his head, but opened a small pouch on his belt and held out a small treat. "See, it was a yes or no question, I don't know why everything has to be such a production with you," Superman said as he took it. He tossed it over by the bird's feet. "Here you are, Francis. Keep up the good work." Caw, caw," Francis said. When it realized no more treats were forthcoming, it flew away in a fiutter of black wings. You're unbelievable," Batman said, shaking his head again. Superman took his eyes off the departing crow to look back at Batman, and frowned. "You know," he said, "it's really weird seeing you in costume during the day Don't start." It's like seeing your teacher at the mall." Don't think I won't take care of Poison Ivy without your help, if I have to Superman shrugged. T'm just saying voxmyriad But...what if the crows also recognized him as Clark Kent? This mild-mannered reporter who doesn't seem to do anything in particular to the crows that would make them like him, but they're not afraid of him at all, and they keep trying to give HIM things, and Clark being a nice guy, he just. Accepts the bottlecap. Says thank you. Keeps walking. Lois adds another factoid to her "Weird Stuff About Clark Kent" file Maybe he tries to convince his coworkers that everyone is friendly with crows in Smallville. That the farmers discovered how smart crows are and decided to make friends with them instead of chasing them off Maybe he tries to talk the crows into palling around with him as Superman but going their separate ways as Clark Kent. Please imagine Superman on top of a building holding Clark Kent's glasses and trying to explain the concept of a secret identity to a flock of attentive birds Source: unpretty #my favorite post #dc universe #my superman 32,061 notes Hey DC, I would watch this movie

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studentsofphilosophy: Always have faith in a philosophy major for their standardized testing abilities It’s as if studying logic and reason makes one smarter …. Haha: Mean GMAT Score by Intended Major (2009-10) * Intended Major Mathematics 2 Physics 3 Engineering 4 Philosophy 5 Economics 6 Computer Science 7 Operations Management/Production 7 Government Actuarial Science 10 History 11 Art History 12 Anthropology 13 Chemistry 14 Biological Sciences 14 Statistics 16 English 17 Political Science 18 Finance 18 Languages 20 Architecture 21 Law 22 Information Systems Technology 23 Psychology 24 International Business 24 Medicine/Nursing 26 Journalism 27 Accounting 27 Business Education 29 Sociology 30 Fine Arts 31 Management 32 Hotel Administration 33 Agriculture 34 Marketing 35 Education Score 608 2,273 604 593 587 583 581 578 578 924 28,563 696 19,733 8,564 2,026 658 548 2,358 577 574 571 569 567 563 563 560 556 331 399 1,350 3,784 433 3,084 4,795 28,299 555 555 2,173 986 545 541 536 533 528 528 1,924 6,424 3,547 6,816 1,164 1,578 29,465 6,848 1,466 981 18,284 1,605 490 522 520 520 519 504 503 500 495 493 13,341 656 482 *Data from The 2010 Profile of Graduate Management Admission Test Candidates by the Graduate Management Admissions Council. Standard deviations not available. Mean LSAT Scores by Major (2007-2008)* LSAT Intended Major Score 1 Physics/Math 2 Philosophy/Theology 2 Economics 160.0 577 2,581 157.4 157.4 3,047 4 International Relations 5 Engineering 6 Government/Service 6 Chemistry 8 History 9 Interdisciplinary Studies 10 Foreign Languages 11 English 12 Biology/Natural Sciences 156.5 156.2 156.1 156.1 1,520 2,197 578 632 4,169 652 1,084 5,899 155.9 155.5 155.3 155.2 154.8 2,201 1,438 13 Arts 154.1 14 Computer Science 15 Finance 16 Political Science 682 154.0 2,267 15,181 153.4 153.1 17 Psychology 18 Liberal Arts 152.5 4,355 3,892 808 152.4 19 Anthropology/Geography 20 Accounting 152.2 151.7 1,439 21 Journalism 3,408 151.5 22 Sociology/Social Work 23 Marketing 24 Business Management 25 Education 26 Business Administration 151.2 3,123 150.8 1,574 4,629 484 1,984 149.7 149.4 149.1 27 Health Profesions 28 Prelaw 148.4 148.3 146.0 703 1,078 29 Criminal Justice 4,016 * Data from Michael Nieswiadomy, 'LSAT Scores of Economics Majors: The 2008-2009 Class Update', Journal of Economic Education (forthcoming). THE POWER OF PHILOSOPHY GRE SCORES BY INTENDED GRADUATE MAJOR, 2011-12 Verbal (Average score out of 170) Analytical Writing (Average score out of 6) Quantitative (Average score out of 170) Philosophy 159 Philosophy 4.4 161 160 Physics 157 Economics English 4.3 English 158 4.2 156 Computer Science Political Science Political Science 4.0 156 157 Chemistry Physics Physics Philosophy 4.0 153 154 Economics Psychology 153 4.0 Biology Biology 153 Economics Biology 3.9 153 152 Chemistry Business 151 3.9 152 Political Science Chemistry Psychology 3.9 148 English Education 151 Education 3.9 Communications Education 148 Communications 151 148 3.7 150 Psychology Business Business Communications 147 149 Computer Science 3.4 Computer Science Source: Educalional Testing Sorvice; data avallable at httrwaw.ats.oralsinrsdodicon adda takletadi studentsofphilosophy: Always have faith in a philosophy major for their standardized testing abilities It’s as if studying logic and reason makes one smarter …. Haha

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