display trends



Crimson Peak inspired window sets at Bergdorf Goodman - incorporating original props and set pieces from the movie.

Love how theatrical these displays are!!  

The loving Scorpio displays a self-sabotaging trend. Scorpio often tests the affection of others and subtly prompts distance out of fear of closeness by means of severe instigation and suspicious accusation that exhausts their loved ones. They know how to provoke emotional response in others as to receive “genuine” reaction, it is how they discover the ultimate truth and lure out secrets withheld from them; because what is more raw and real than unfiltered emotion. This tormenting cycle tires and maddens everyone, themselves included, but they persist as they are aggressively searching for the person who will stand tall and answer their critical questions with undisguised honesty, the person who will force themselves closer with sincere, intense love. Someone who is not afraid of Scorpio’s ordeal tests of willpower. 

Pray for Jun. K

Jun. K sustained injuries during the concert on the 26th.

During performance they were on a moving platform that moved between the audience areas. The platforms were such that three members were on one trolley, three on the other. And the trolleys would come close and touch each other before going back again. While the two platforms were moving away, his foot slipped and he fell down a height of 9ft. Eye witnesses said he hit his head/ neck on the floor and he couldn’t get up. Thankfully, he was conscious and responsive to stimuli. The concert was immediately stopped and he was taken to the hospital. Concert ticket money will be refunded.

JYPE issued a notice after some time saying that he has a fractured right elbow and the ring finger of his right hand is also fractured.

There was no word from anyone for a good 24 hours. Not even the other members or even his friends.

Tonight, JYPE issued a notice that says that he has undergone a surgery for his elbow, no complications. However, he complained of chest and knee pain. The scans were clear but he will be kept under monitoring.

Kindly send your love and prayers to Minjun. He must be in a lot of pain.

Please remember the members too. Junho is having a very hard time already. During the concert, he used to get only 30 minutes worth of sleep for the entire day because of the schedule of rehearsals, then concerts and then the drama shooting. He was shaken by the accident and was seen crying when they carried MJ away. The other members also need a lot of your love and support. They are all under a lot of stress.

Let’s send Jun. K lots of good wishes and prayers for quick recovery. Let’s send wishes and strength to members.

You can send them messages on Twitter. If you don’t have a Twitter account, you could send your messages to me. And I will tweet them with your names (if you want me tpo display them).

Trending hashtag is #GetWellSoonKimMinjun

(Hey guys, just wanted to say real quick, sorry for suddenly dissapearing. In the past there’s been times where I just completely pull back and don’t post anything anywhere for months on end. There’s nothing wrong, I’m just tired, I can’t find it in me to make art or even answer asks, even writing this is difficult. I’ll be back in time, I guess this is a hiatus? But the blog/comic are not abandoned, I’ve got major plans for the comic that I’m excited to do, just not right now. Thanks for being so patient you guys)

to hide the “explore [post type]” thing tumblr now puts on some posts, add this to your stylish:

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and set it to apply to all pages on tumblr.com

if you want to also hide recommended blogs you can also add this

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kinda funny that although #stoptheparade definitely had enough to tweets sent out to be trending, twitter barely displayed it as trending and then didn’t at all, while there were 3 or 4 trending topics about 5SOS like ok

“Think how the world would be upended if human longevity quickly jumped another 25 percent.”

Gregg Easterbrook addresses the seldom contemplated side-effects of long life in “What Happens When We All Live to 100?”:

Beginning in the 19th century, that slowly changed. Since 1840, life expectancy at birth has risen about three months with each passing year. In 1840, life expectancy at birth in Sweden, a much-studied nation owing to its record-keeping, was 45 years for women; today it’s 83 years. The United States displays roughly the same trend. When the 20th century began, life expectancy at birth in America was 47 years; now newborns are expected to live 79 years. If about three months continue to be added with each passing year, by the middle of this century, American life expectancy at birth will be 88 years. By the end of the century, it will be 100 years.

Viewed globally, the lengthening of life spans seems independent of any single, specific event. It didn’t accelerate much as antibiotics and vaccines became common. Nor did it retreat much during wars or disease outbreaks. A graph of global life expectancy over time looks like an escalator rising smoothly. The trend holds, in most years, in individual nations rich and poor; the whole world is riding the escalator.