The reality, of course, is that this just means that it is ring-fenced in a flat-cash sense, not in an inflation adjusted sense. As scientists, maybe we should make sure they define the term more specifically in future. It does appear that the current definition would allow the government to claim that something has been ring-fenced, despite the spending power tending to zero. Logically, you mighty expect it to be defined in terms of spending power rather than pounds, but that would require deciding between RPI and CPI, and that is clearly for too difficult.
Standing his lounge, hands awkwardly shoved in the pockets of an olive green jacket. His voice nearly sounded like Shiro thought it did.
Admittedly, not exactly the same; the American accent was stronger, and many words seemed more intoned, but it was still quintessentially Lance. He seemed uncomfortable, swaying lightly from foot to foot as he gazed at the ceiling. But he was here. His mouth was dry, barren as a desert, and his tongue felt heavy in his mouth.
Could he even talk? Why was he so nervous? He opened his mouth to start some awkward small talk when Lance shot him a shaky smirk.
If Shiro was being honest, it seemed that he was just as nervous, if not more. Lance's laugh, he discovered, was like wildfire. Everything it caught on suddenly lit up, ringing out and filling every nook and cranny in the previously sparse room.
Pushing off from the wall gently, Shiro comfortably folded his arms over his chest, feeling himself laugh along.
However, Lance seemed loath to sit down, skirting his fingers over the upholstery. Lance thought for a moment.
Lance would look fantastic in blue. He was snapped out of this thoughts by Lance pinging a rubber wrist band across the room at him. Lance's blush began to crawl up his cheeks. It was never something he'd really considered before.
Then he looked at Lance. His hair was stunning from this angle, catching the light in all the best ways, and creating a chestnut halo around the top of his head. Shiro tried to give a nonchalant shrug. You're talking to a three-time Clearwater junior theatre champion!
The topic jumped from drama, to Lance's school, to Shiro's online lectures. Shiro was getting used to Lance's voice, learning how he jumped from syllable to syllable, how different sounds sounded gravelly or more like a squeak.
If he was being honest, he could have sat there forever, just listening to Lance ramble on about a boy in his physics class who had apparently dated half the year. He could have listened to Lance talk about anything if it meant he got to listen to his voice.
Apparently, they didn't even notice the amber sunsets smoothly coming through the floor length windows, and it took Coran pretty much shouting for them to notice he was there. Lance stood up, but then moved over to Shiro, moving his arms out as if he wanted a hug.Mar 14, · I am exhausted.
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