just my edit

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“I love working with Melissa. Everything we do is just fluid, it’s real. When we opened that door in rehearsal, both of us were breaking down in tears. […] Everything she does is just magic.”

“Daryl has watched her go through that struggle of not being able to kill. If she’s losing herself, what’s the point? He cares more about her than anything, so he lies. […] He’ll lie just to protect her. He cares more about her than he does anything.”

                                    - Norman Reedus, WSC Podcast (Feb 19, 2017)

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Ĭ͎̬̖̹̅̚'ͤͦ̈́̂͑ͫm̬̦͍̩̻̋̾ ̖͔͔̙͇̗͈ͪ̆̅͂ͨͮͣh̥͙͔̱̥͕̗͊ͧͦͪe̎̉̇ͦ͂ͩrͮe͇̙͔̓ͤ̈ ̳͎̣͓͖̋̆ṇ̝ͯͩͮo̳̪ͫ͋̂ͦ̀ͅw͈͎̦͂̅͐̈́̔

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So, the lovely @theonetheonlyanak suggested an Anti edit for this particular part of the video and I thought it was a great idea! This time I tried something a bit more complex and made a video! What do you guys think? :D I’d be very curious to hear @pixlpit’s opinion as well, since he’s the master of the Anti edits! C-can I? Please? :D

(originally from “BLOOD ON YOUR HANDS | Detention 返校 - Part 4 (END)”)

anonymous asked:

do the cats and buns get along?

yeah, pretty well.

I kept them separate for a year, but tbh it works better to free range them? the cats don’t seem to stress them - I’ll walk into my room & find cats + buns snoozing together in a beam of sunlight. still, if I move somewhere with more space (think that’ll be in May) I plan on separating them again, just to be safe.

I haven’t shared my buns much on this blog bc I know this is a controversial arrangement. 

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I don’t think of it as the be-all and end-all — I think of it as a collection of moments. It’s a glimpse behind the scenes of Hollywood and a glimpse of actors and filmmakers being themselves in a very unguarded, public moment.

- Lin-Manuel Miranda on The Oscars for The Hollywood Reporter (x)

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So this went from “I wonder how the Starfleet gray uniform would look if it was black?” to this headcanon:

What if ST 2009 never happened and Spock had never met Jim at the Academy? Instead he works as a special-class independent Starfleet officer. He spends some time working for Section 31 but Admiral Marcus’s militarization and ruthlessness bothers him and so he leaves shortly before the events of ST Into Darkness. At loose ends, he visits Admiral Pike (his mentor since his Academy days) and the admiral tells him that the Enterprise has returned from its most recent mission and there’s been talk about the Admiralty taking the ship away from Captain Kirk. Both Pike and Spock are upset about this, because Kirk is not only one of Starfleet’s best officers but he also has a reputation for being an open-minded and compassionate person (Literally, everyone wants to work with Jim). Pike tells Spock there might be a place aboard the Enterprise as a Science officer, but more importantly, he thinks Spock should get to know Jim while the young captain is on Earth (you know, purely for employment reasons, lol). Bemused, Spock says he’ll think about it and proceeds to spend most of his time avoiding any social situation that he can. Then the Kelvin Memorial Archive is attacked and Marcus summons a meeting of Starfleet’s top officers. With some maneuvering (and rank-pulling), Pike gets Spock invited as well. Here, Spock meets Jim for the first time and is instantly captivated by the other man’s intelligence and charisma. They don’t get time for anything but introductions but Jim is already one of the few humans that manages to make Spock feel comfortable and accepted. He finds that he has a harder time concentrating on the formal meeting than he normally would and tries to avoid staring at Jim and to ignore the look that Admiral Pike is giving him (the I-know-you-two-would-be-perfect-together look). Marcus (still bitter about Spock leaving Section 31 – no one walks away like that unless he lets them) makes some condescending remark about the Vulcan and Jim, unintimidated by Starfleet’s head admiral, calls him out on it. The confrontation is interrupted by John Harrison’s attack. Amidst the panic and destruction, Spock sees Pike go down and he drags the other man from the room. Injured, Pike loses consciousness quickly (but doesn’t die because I’m still not over him being fridged like that in the movie) and Spock is struck suddenly by the vulnerability of the moment, of how Pike wanted him to meet Jim and how he almost let that chance slip away from him because of his own shyness. He resolves to follow Pike’s advice and request a place aboard the Enterprise, and to perhaps discover what it is that he feels for Jim Kirk.