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songs n shit.

from @naepittanunmul


a song you like w a color in the title: frank ocean pink matttteeerrrrr (biyOOOTCHHH!)

a song you like w a number in the title: jay- z 99 problems (dont fight me, it’s a fucking classic)

a song that reminds you of summertime: miguel  leaves.

a song that reminds you of someone you would rather forget about: ree$e molly(LOUDPVCK REMIX) :))))))))))))))))))))))))))))) mm.

a song that needs to be played LOUD: mykko montana,k camp do it (i. get. so. hype. if you ever wanna see me twerk…play this)

a song that makes you want to dance: lil kesh, davido, olamide shoki

a song to drive to:(well i dont drive, but i can pretend!) zion.t, crush two melodies

a song about drugs or alcohol: afroman because i got high

a song that makes you happy: got7 confession song

a song that you never get tired of: crime mob knuck if you buck

a song from your preteen years: regina spektor the entire soviet kitsch album

one of your favorite 80s songs: chaka khan ain’t nobody

a song that you would love played at your wedding: diamond, ne-yo marry you

a song that is a cover by another artist: christina aguilera tough lover (etta james)

one of your favorite classical songs: john williams suo gan

a song that would sing a duet with on karaoke: specifically with @junmyeons-fursona (idk its tradition now) exo drop that (yes i tagged a fan made video)

a song from the year you were born: 2pac california love

a song that makes you think about life: daniel caesar loose

a song that has many meanings to you: afroman colt 45

a favorite song with a persons (my) name in the title: kings of leon mary

a song that moves you forward: janelle monae sally ride

a song that you think everybody should listen to: gene miller, liz callaway love will find a way(lion king 2)

a song by a band you wish were still together: idk. im indifferent about band bands breaking up.

a song by an artist no longer living: aaliyah are you that somebody?

a song that makes you want to fall in love: outkast prototype

a song that breaks your heart: frank ocean self control

a song by an artist with a voice you love: slipknot pulse of the maggots

a song that you remember from childhood: mase, diddy  breath, stretch, shake

a song that reminds you of yourself: freshberry, b-free super saiyan god

all songs are linked.


i tag: @junmyeons-fursona @imbackyetagain @fivesuns

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Important to note: Krillin was advised to stay out of things and try to, if possible, avoid conflict to be the last one standing. They all more or less were.

That’s honestly impressive given his condition. That he not only overcame being shook like this but also refused to just sit idly by and hide is a testament to how far he’s come mentally. 

Jay-Z, photographed in the legendary Beat Street Records during the shooting of his “99 Problems” music video, by director Mark Romanek in March 2004. Hov had a long history with the store, with it being one of the first places to carry his early singles.

Hov wanted the “99 Problems” video to be as auto-biographical as the rest of The Black Album, helping to paint the portrait of where and how he grew up. In a conversation with Romanek he told him he wanted the video to “make a pissy wall look like art.” The task was originally intended to be undertaken by Quentin Tarantino, however during the planning stages Rick Rubin suggested that Hov offer the job to Romanek.

Due to the research and influence of Romanek and cinematographer Joaquin Baca Asay the video borrows visual characteristics from many New York street photographers, including Martin Dixon and Eugene Richards. The video was shot entirely on black-and-white film. Utilizing broken clips of footage captured in Brooklyn’s Marcy housing project, Hov and Romanek created an effective portrait of urban life. Somewhere between the almost photographic imagery and the rapid montage of cinematic movement, Romanek manages to convey Jay’s development and monumentalize his Marcy roots as well as the nature of the projects themselves.

 The video’s final scene, which depicts Jay being sprayed with bullets, was inspired by the ending of the classic 1967 film Bonnie and Clyde. “I’ve always wanted to do a ‘Bonnie and Clyde’-type of scene for a music video, but no one had the guts to let me do it until Jay-Z came along,” Romanek revealed to MTV News. “Jay was a little unsure about it at first, because that sort of imagery has a lot of real-life baggage attached to it in the rap world, but I explained to Jay that it was meant to be more abstract, that it wasn’t meant to be taken literally. He finally decided to trust me and I think he really liked the way it came out.” Hov added: “As far as me getting shot, I just looked at it the same way I would watch Denzel [Washington] in 'Training Day,’ or seeing any other actor, you know? I was just acting out a part. I was trying to show Hollywood I got some chops, too. Maybe I’ll get a little job.”

MTV refused to air the clip before 6 p.m. and asked ask Romanek to edit about ten scenes in the video, but Jay agreed to only blur certain images: "We’re not interested in what MTV likes or doesn’t like. If you make something good enough, MTV will want to show it.” Hov has jokingly said he felt like Madonna at the time, relating to the controversies that surrounded many of her music videos.

In a later interview Romanek would sing the praises of the rapper: “Jay is a gentleman—cool, hardworking, and really funny. This was a longer shoot than he was used to and he sometimes complained (in a totally light-hearted way) that I was forcing him walk all over Brooklyn. But, I think he knew we were making something a little special and that since it was his last video, he was willing to put in the extra work. I think he has similar perfectionist tendencies so, he understood my process and the focus I put on trying to get that extra effort out of him and everyone on the crew.”

  • (Jack and Bitty fighting in the kitchen about a recipe)
  • Chowder: Okay, we have got to explain this thing to Jack to save their relationship.
  • Nursey: It's not about the recipe. They haven't seen each other in weeks. They just need to bone.
  • Chowder: WHAT? GROSS! Nursey, those are our DADS! I mean...[chuckles] That's not what I think. Captain Dad was just my Captain.
  • Nursey: Wow.
  • Chowder: Never mind, I'm teaching Father the recipe!

anonymous asked:

Hi! I just recently discovered your blog and I have to say your themes are marvelous. I wanted to ask if you could make a small tutorial on how to have a scroll to top button? I just can't figure out how it works :)

Hey! Thank you! :)

As usual it’s fragmented in three parts: the HTML, the CSS, and the script.

The HTML, right after <body>:

<a id="backtop" title="scroll back to top">[back-to-top-symbol]</a>

You can choose an arrow you like here (section “shapes”).

Then in the CSS, before </style>:

#backtop{
    display:block;
    position:fixed;
    z-index:99;
    bottom:30px;
    right:30px;
    font-size:13px; /*size of your symbol*/    /*this makes a pretty square around your symbol:*/
    width:30px;
    height:30px;
    line-height:30px;
    text-align:center; 

    background-color:#000; /*change the background's color here*/
    color:#fff; /*change the icon’s color here*/
}

#backtop:hover{
    color:#aaa;  /*icon’s color on hover*/
}

And right before </body>:

<script>
$(function(){
    $("#backtop").click(function(){
        $("html, body").animate({scrollTop : 0}, 700);
    });
});
</script>

Make sure your body{ doesn’t have an overflow:auto; or hidden. It tends to make ScrollTop very upset.

Have a nice day :)

Trunks: So where’s your happy place?

Vegeta: I’m in a ship in the middle of space. It’s just me and that stupid third class clown and I’m beating the hell out of him. I break a dining room table over his head. Then I rip off his arm and shove it where the sun don’t shine. Then I reach down his throat and shake his hand.

Bulma: Yeah, okay I’m gonna go ahead and schedule you for a psych eval.