bl-ossomed:

man-duhh:

iron-pigs:

annaprocrastinates:

Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston dressed as each other’s characters at a Breaking Bad cast party.

This is probably the best gif ever

oh my god

I fucking can’t

bl-ossomed:

man-duhh:

iron-pigs:

annaprocrastinates:

Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston dressed as each other’s characters at a Breaking Bad cast party.

This is probably the best gif ever

oh my god

I fucking can’t

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horribleaccents:

The Chris Gethard Show changed my life. It brought me happiness and laughter when I most needed. It taught me to fight and to embrace who I am. It brought me friends - the kind that support you, love you, and have your back (they are in extinction, I hear) - And it actually made me live life. The happiest few days I’ve ever had happened because of this show, and for this and everything else, I’ll be forever grateful. 
TCGS will continue, new episodes or not, because that’s just the kind of show it is.LOSE WELL
- AnnaFromBrazil

horribleaccents:

The Chris Gethard Show changed my life. It brought me happiness and laughter when I most needed. It taught me to fight and to embrace who I am. It brought me friends - the kind that support you, love you, and have your back (they are in extinction, I hear) - And it actually made me live life. The happiest few days I’ve ever had happened because of this show, and for this and everything else, I’ll be forever grateful.

TCGS will continue, new episodes or not, because that’s just the kind of show it is.
LOSE WELL

- AnnaFromBrazil

(via thechrisgethardshow)

hungrylikethewolfie:

lady-chyna:

logicislife:

jessycanhasblog:

irishsub:

Two girls, one piano. Warning: Awesome.

Oh wow these girls are brilliant.

These girls: 1
Tom Hanks: 0

Toccata and Fugue in D Minor | Johann Sebastian Bach.

I wonder how long it took to practice this shit

DRIFT COMPATIBLE, BABY

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Anonymous asked

The kid in Ferguson robbed a store. The cop noticed he matched suspect description and confronted him. The kid rushed the cop, and the cop shot him- normal, procedural action. And not all of the protestors are peaceful. This isn't cops vs. the town. Yes, it's awful and yes there's alleged brutality, but the coverage on tumblr has been awful and biased

trinandtonic:

gaytectives:

Legit the only reason people give a shit about ferguson is because a white cop shot a black kid. White cops can shoot white people and black cops can shoot black people, but the second a white shoots a black, it’s an uproar. THATS why racism remains an issue

This is it kids, the day has come. The day I meet the biggest idiot alive.

Have you been paying literally any attention? Like, not even to start with your horribly bigoted and anti black racist comments in these asks, but “the kid” who was extrajudicially executed by a police officer had a name. His name was Michael Brown, and the pig who killed him was Darren Wilson. 

Here’s a video account by Michael Brown’s friend, the young man who was walking with Michael when the execution happened.

His account stated that Michael was shot several times and that he got down on his knees and put his hands up when Wilson started pursuing him. Michael’s autopsies fit the account.

Several other eyewitness accounts say THE EXACT SAME THING.

Michael was 6’4” and the only possible way that he could have been shot in the top of his head and have the bullet exit out the back of his neck is if he were kneeling.

And whether or not Michael stole anything (which, I believe, was debunked, but I may be wrong), Darren Wilson did not know that Michael was supposedly tied to a robbery.

Not even to mention that petty theft is in no way punishable with unlawful execution.

Feguson, Missouri is in a police state. 75% of Ferguson is a black population and almost none of the police force has black officers. The police are terrorising Ferguson. They have removed their IDs and badges, which is LITERALLY illegal. They shot peaceful protesters with tear gas, rubber bullets, and wooden pellets. I don’t think I have any links for this one, but they’ve repeatedly, pointlessly, and unlawfully arrested reporters in the area. 

They’ve also threatened to shoot the Ferguson livestream operator. They have spent days trying to get the protesters to turn off their phones and stop uploading to media what they’re doing.

And you want to know the real reason people are making a big deal about, in your words, “a white shooting a black”? 

Because it happens all the fucking time.

I am a white person, so while it is not my place to stand up and talk about anti black racism, it’s pretty clear that you’re a goddamn idiot and you need to stay in your fucking lane.

Racism continues to be an issue because of bigoted dumbarses like you.

stay in your fucking lane

Writing Research - The Roaring Twenties →

ghostflowerdreams:

The Roaring Twenties is a term sometimes used to refer to the 1920s in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, characterizing the decade’s distinctive cultural edge in New York City, Chicago, Paris, Berlin, London, Los Angeles and many other major cities during…

OH MY GOD THIS IS LITERALLY PERFECT THANK YOU I’VE BEEN PROCRASTINATING ON MY MUCH ADO RESEARCH AND THIS IS A GODDAMN GODSEND AHHHHHHHHH

Vintage Covers of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein


sixpenceee:

Published in 1882. A different take from what we’re used to seeing.

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1932 illustration by Nino Carbe, a Walt Disney artist

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Lion’s collectable 1953. 

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1963 from Airmont classics

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Signet Classics 1965 edition

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Fantasy illustrator Boris Vallejo brings Frankenstein into the 1990s.

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Another cover brought in the 1990’s. He is portrayed as more human than monster. 

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Online Video is Nothing Like TV (But it Will Be if We Can't Think Differently) →

edwardspoonhands:

WALL OF TEXT ABOUT ONLINE VIDEO!

Everything about online video is different from television (aside from the fact that lots of images are displayed in sequence in order to create the illusion of movement.)

The way the content is made is different, the mindset of the audience is different, the way…

An excellent post (as per usual) by Hank. I do think it’s worth expanding on the idea that wanting to put new media in an old media box is not a new phenonemon. Especialyl because it should be noted that this is exactly what happened with television! Look at old sitcoms (even programs like classic Doctor Who.) It looks and feels like setting up cameras for a stage play. You build a set that faces out, actors are presentational, lots of action is done in real time, and some shows even put an actual audience there to watch it! The new media was absolutely defined by the conventions of what came before it.

But now? Not the case. Yes we still have multicam sitcoms, but even those (especially ones like How I Met Your Mother that play with the form) bear very little resemblance to their earlier, stage-influenced counterparts. The medium has evolved and come into its own. Honestly part of me feels that it’s only in the past decade that we’ve really honed in on what exactly are the strengths and weaknesses of TV, and are creating things that are truly “TV shows.” We now know exactly what the difference is between a story that works on film and a story that works on TV. And we know what tricks and techniques to use when telling those TV-friendly stories. 

So I guess what I’m saying is: I 112% agree with Hank. Online video is nothing like TV. And we really want to try and make it fit in the TV structure and way of thinking, which is a strategy that will not pan out long-term. But I suppose I’m not as worried as he is. Cinema had “Citizen Kane,” which didn’t come out until 1941. TV had “The Sopranos,” which didn’t come out until 1999! And there’s still question and argument about whether there even is an equivalent for video games. So it seems to me that online video is going along a pretty normal trajectory for an artistic medium. And eventually we will learn what it is that makes online video tick and how best to exploit it for art and commerce, even if it takes us 50 years like it did for TV. 

buzzfeedgeeky:

Jenna Louise Coleman finds out which companion she is according to the BuzzFeed quiz.

(via laughterkey)

emmanizz:

cruelbritannia:

I love that you can clearly see Evans go “SHIT” and Stan go “WOW” and Scarlett definitely reacts, but then plays it off like it’s no big deal. 

And Scarlett is just like “thass right”

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