to the people who never followed me during game of thrones season?
welcome to the most intense 10 weeks of your life.
this is some next level british grandma carpeting
lol @ dudes voicing their ~opinions~ on sansa
go away you’re irrelevant bye
if anyone ever tells you that people who work in an office or government are boring please remember that the australian tax office is no longer allowed to have pub crawls because somebody stole a gumball machine.
it was bolted to the ground.
Magneto is a fantastic character. His methods for trying to bring about liberation and revolution to help his people and avoid repeating the horrors that he saw in the holocaust, and noble and reasonable.
But he is framed as a villain, because he isn’t nice and sweet like Prof. X, and doesn’t that just say so fucking much right there?
X-Men is a metaphor for marginalized and oppressed people, yet is written very often by white, cis, straight men. And they frame the passive, non-threatening “everyone just get along” Prof X as the hero, and the man who is actually willing to take drastic action to protect the lives and liberty of mutants as the villain.
I side with Magneto.
DUDE I UNDERSTAND WHAT YOU’RE TRYING TO SAY BUT MAGNETO. KILLED LIKE. A LOT OF PEOPLE. ATTEMPTED TO KILL LOTS MORE?? DUDE.
ive been listening to a nightingale sang in berkeley square for 24 hours and crying about good omens
the fact that there are animals who can see colors that i cant which means that there are colors that exist that it is literally impossible for me to envision is such fucking bullshit that i wanna rip open a couch and eat it
Humans have 3 types of rods for processing color (red green and blue). Mantis Shrimp have 16.
Sometimes I just feel inexplicably guilty for all the plants I’ve neglected to death.
I think [Will] needed it, because there was so much despair, and everybody was just assuming he was guilty of all of these crimes. I think he needed someone to say simply, “I believe you.” When I was writing that scene [where Bedelia visits Will] I teared up, because something so simple as someone saying, “I understand you, and I believe you,” when you’re in a dark, lonely place is such a beacon of hope. I love Gillian Anderson as a human being and as an actress. And I love Hugh Dancy as a human being and as an actor, so I was excited to get them in a scene together, especially one that was so still and eerie and wrought.
I’ve always been inspired by this line from Damaged that Juliette Binoche says, which is, “Damaged people are dangerous, because they know they can survive,” and I paraphrased that in the last scene with Dr. Du Maurier and Will Graham, where there is a camaraderie in the damaged. You may feel you are alone in your damage, because it is such an interior experience to be damaged in that way, and then to have somebody come along who you know can know you in that way, it’s a beautiful thing. It’s a glimmer of hope. So I was really excited about that moment, writing it, and even more excited when I saw the actors perform it, because I do think that there is a bond between Will and Bedelia that I hope we get to explore.
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i have faith harold holt is going to re-emerge from the ocean and fuck tony abbott up like he must be hella tank he has been swimming around for so damn long