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endless list of favorite people:

↳ Helena Bonham Carter

“I have to struggle to change people’s perceptions of me. I grew very frustrated with the perception that I’m this shy, retiring, inhibited aristocratic creature when I’m absolutely not like that at all. I think I’m much more outgoing and exuberant than my image.“

A list of some of my favorite dramione moments from the books:

  • She had slapped Malfoy across the face with all the strength she could muster. Malfoy staggered. Harry, Ron, Crabbe, and Goyle stood flabbergasted as Hermione raised her hand again. “Don’t you dare call Hagrid pathetic, you foul — you evil –“  - Prisoner of Azkaban
  • “I don’t believe it!” Hermione wailed. “Was Professor Flitwick angry? Oh, it was Malfoy, I was thinking about him and I lost track of things!”  - Prisoner of Azkaban
  • Hermione’s hand shot into the air.  Behind her back, Malfoy did a buck-toothed imitation of her jumping up and down in eagerness to answer a question.  - Order of the Phoenix 
  • You think he’ll be all right?” said Hermione nervously. “Course he will. Madam Pomfrey can mend cuts in about a second,” said Harry, who had had far worse injuries mended magically by the nurse.  - Prisoner of Azkaban
  • “Malfoy?” said Hermione, very skeptically.  “Well.. yes.. maybe..” And she remained deep in thought all the way into the outskirts of Hogsmeade. - Order of the Phoenix
  • Wise move, Granger,” breathed Malfoy.  - Order of the Phoenix
  • The door of the compartment slid open.“Very clever Granger,” said Draco Malfoy. - Goblet of Fire
  • Pansy Parkinson gaped at her as she walked by with Malfoy, and even he didn’t seem to be able to find an insult to throw at her. - Goblet of Fire 

My Top 10 Films of 2015

  1. Son of Saul (László Nemes)
  2. Carol (Todd Haynes)
  3. Field Niggas (Khalik Allah)
  4. Phoenix (Christian Petzold)
  5. Ixcanul (Jayro Bustamante)
  6. Rams (Grímur Hákonarson)
  7. Macbeth (Justin Kurzel)
  8. It Follows (David Robert Mitchell)
  9. The End of the Tour (James Ponsoldt)
  10. Anomalisa (Duke Johnson & Charlie Kaufman)

honorable mentions: Cemetery of Splendour, Timbuktu, Tangerine, Kumiko the Treasure Hunter, Mommy, Clouds of Sils Maria and Steve Jobs


endless list of otps → miles edgeworth and phoenix wright (ace attorney)

↳ “a man appeared and stood fast against that selfish me. and i was saved…by that person i called my “enemy.” no matter how desperate the situation, instead of giving up like most people, that man would hold strong with his undying faith. and then, before i knew it…i began to trust in that man as well.”

@lemedy just reminded me that we could’ve had actual Ace Attorney merchandise, so much merchandise, if the anime hadn’t been so crap, and my anger at today (which had already been much given the perpetual-anger-machine that is the dystopia of the US of A right now) has now increased EXPONENTIALLY.


Sooo, year’s over. I’ve seen (mostly) everything. No1curr, but…

Top 10 Films 2015 (US Release)

  1. Carol (Todd Haynes)
  2. Clouds of Sils Maria (Olivier Assayas)
  3. Mad Max: Fury Road (George Miller)
  4. About Elly (Asghar Farhadi)
  5. 45 Years (Andrew Haigh)
  6. A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence (Roy Andersson)
  7. Tangerine (Sean Baker)
  8. Phoenix (Christian Petzold)
  9. Gett: The Trial of Viviane Amsalem (Ronit Elkabetz, Shlomi Elkabetz)
  10. It Follows (David Robert Mitchell)

Honorable Mentions: Saint LaurentThe Assassin, Room, Spotlight, The Duke of Burgundy
Indigenous Peoples' Day Gains Momentum As A Replacement For Columbus Day
Denver, where Columbus Day was first celebrated about 100 years ago, now permanently recognizes Indigenous Peoples' Day.

The state of Vermont and the city of Phoenix have joined the list of places that now call the second Monday in October Indigenous Peoples’ Day, in a show of momentum for honoring indigenous people on the federal holiday that’s named for Christopher Columbus.

Phoenix is now the largest U.S. city to recognize Indigenous Peoples’ Day, according to member station KJZZ, which says the move came on a unanimous vote. Other cities have adopted similar laws in recent years, from Seattle to Minneapolis.

The city council of Denver, which observed Indigenous Peoples’ Day last year under a temporary proclamation, embraced a permanent observance this week — a development that’s particularly striking because Denver is where the idea for a holiday honoring Christopher Columbus first took root.


look at maribelle, classier than ever. she’s probably being ‘interviewed’ by donnel her intern. that was probably gaius, who is also late for his meeting with maribelle and cut through tea time.


one little exception

Fandom: Ace Attorney

Ship: Wrightworth with a ton of platonic Phoenix/Maya & Miles/Maya there’s just so much platonic fluff in here

The guest list for Phoenix and Miles’s guest list is already long enough as it is, but Maya makes one small and very special exception.

Read under the cut or on AO3

Also the line about Miles being “on edge” was an intended pun rip me

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Patrick Stump facts

Patrick dogsat for Pete Wentz while Pete was on his honeymoon with Ashlee Simpson.  

If Patrick could be any female singer, he says he’d be Christina Aguilera.  

Patrick knows rapper Lupe Fiasco, who he has worked with, from their days in Chicago’s music scene.  

Patrick has his own website, where he posts updates on his projects outside of his band Fall Out Boy.

Patrick sang on the chorus of The Roots’ song Birthday Girl, which was cut off of their tenth LP Rising Down.  

Patrick was not paid for his appearance on Law & Order.  Besides working with bands on Decaydance, Patrick has also worked with Lupe Fiasco, Timbaland, New Found Glory and Ghostface Killah.  
For a computer, Patrick has a 17-inch MacBook Pro.  

According to Patrick, as the band’s fame grew, he became more outgoing than he was before.  

Patrick was ranked at #95 in The Phoenix’s list of the “Unsexiest Men Of 2007.”  

Patrick plays Epiphone and Gibson SG guitars.  
Patrick joined Lupe Fiasco in his performance of Superstar at the 2007 MTVU Woodie Awards.  

Patrick produced Cobra Starship’s second album ¡Viva La Cobra!. He also provided backup vocals on some of the tracks.  

While Patrick is featured in Gym Class Heroes’ song Clothes Off!, he doesn’t appear in the video. He is only in a part towards the end.  

Patrick’s celebrity crush is on actress Zooey Deschanel.  

About Patrick’s style Pete Wentz says “The man Patrick Stump, rocking the hardcore Chicago street style forever! Man, he rocks hats harder than any other person on the planet. He owns more hats than I own hoodies. And his other essential item is his footwear, it’s always something that can give your eyes cancer, but he always looks good all the time. A perfect front man.”

Every year on Patrick’s birthday Pete smashes a cake on Patrick’s head. However, at a concert in 2007, Pete bought Patrick a cake to smash over his head.  

The album Infinity On High was leaked before Patrick even got to hear it. So in order to hear his own album, he downloaded it ahead of time.  

Patrick says that unlike the kids of today, he never really wanted to meet members of a band he was a fan of when he was a teenager. He just preferred to listen to the music, not really take interest in the band as kids do with Fall Out Boy.  

Patrick makes an appearance in Cobra Starship’s video for Send My Love To The Dancefloor, I’ll See You In Hell (Hey Mister DJ).  

When Patrick heard the song Taxi Driver by Gym Class Heroes, he invited them to one of Fall Out Boy’s shows. Soon after the band was signed to Decaydance/Fueled By Ramen. According to GCH frontman Travic McCoy, Patrick’s support was on of the factors that helped them get signed.  

Patrick loves black licorice, though he says he might be one of the few guys who actually does.  

Even before the Honda Civic Tour was thought of, Patrick owned a Honda Civic.  

Patrick has an obsession with Prince.  

One of Patrick’s favorite foods are pumpkin squares that his mom makes.  

Patrick strongly dislikes barbeque sauce.  

Patrick’s trademarks are his hat, long sideburns, and glasses.  

Before FOB got big, Patrick once worked at two record stores at once.  

The scene in the video for This Ain’t A Scene, It’s An Arms Race, where Patrick is in the hip-hop recording studio, was inspired from when Patrick was invited to write a hook for Jay-Z’s Kingdom Come, but was extremely intimidated. But in reality, Patrick never sang, as he did when portrayed in the video.  

Babyface says that Patrick is “one of the baddest dudes I’ve seen in a long time” and has “a great voice” that is “very soulful.”  

Contrary to some belief, Patrick wrote the lyrics “I’ve got an honorable mention in the movie of my life – starring you, instead of me” about his experience in high school, not about Pete.  

During an argument over lyrics, Patrick once punched Pete in the face.  

Though Patrick lives in Chicago, he also has a place in Los Angeles.  

Patrick’s first relationship lasted four years.  

Patrick is a fan of acting.  

Even though Patrick does the chorus of the Gym Class Heroes’ song Cupid’s Chokehold, he really only has a part in the first version of the video. In the second video, he has a quick cameo.

During his offstage time on the Black Clouds and Underdogs Tour, Patrick worked on making demos for GarageBand, music-making software. Patrick did a remix of FOB’s hit song Sugar We’re Goin’ Down. He has also done remixes of songs for other bands, including The Sounds.  

Patrick is very interested in extinct marine animals.  

Patrick’s favorite quote is, “Quiet is the new loud.”  

According to Patrick, his influences are “lots of famous nerds.”  

Patrick says that he “dissects music in a mathematical way.”  

Patrick’s favorite game is "Kid Icarus.”  

Patrick is Irish.  

Patrick is a fan of fellow label-mate Ne-Yo and sang a version of Ne-Yo’s hit song So Sick.  

Patrick’s nicknames are Stumpy, Lunchbox, Rickster, and Tricky.  

Patrick’s favorite movie is Rushmore.  

Patrick is a big fan of David Bowie  

Patrick appeared in Bedussey, also starring Pete Wentz, playing the lead role of Bedussey. It is on the DVD “Release the Bats.”  

Patrick’s height is 5’4”.  

Patrick attended Glenbrook South High School.  

Patrick was active in WGBK 88.5 FM, the District 225 radio station.

Patrick wrote for Channel Zero, a student produced publication which focused on social issues.  

In 2001 and 2002, Patrick performed in Paradox, a student created theatrical performance at Glenbrook South.  

Patrick’s older brother Kevin is an accomplished violinist.  

Patrick’s dad slept through the 9/11, even though he was in a hotel a few blocks away from the Twin Towers.  

On one of FOB’s first TV appearances, Patrick was so nervous that at the end of the show he went to shake the host’s hand and then went to shake Pete’s hand, not realizing what he was doing until a little later.  

The band had to cancel their June 1, 2006 gig in France because Patrick got his passport stolen from a club in the U.K, and they couldn’t have one issued in time to get him into France.  

Patrick does not like doing interviews or photo shoots.  

Patrick was in a number of bands during high school, including Public Display of Infection, Patterson, and Xgrinding processX.  

Besides co-producing The Hush Sound’s new album, Patrick also sings on their song Don’t Wake Me Up.  

Once of Patrick’s “awesome metal moves” is The Nerd In the Basement, which is when he plays the guitar over his head.  

Patrick was actually a drummer for years; Fall Out Boy is the first band he has ever sung for, and he has never taken a vocal lesson.  

Patrick is not that much of an Internet freak.  

After the success of the album, Patrick bought a house, a car, and a boat in late 2005.  

Patrick spent most of his high school days up in his bedroom obsessing over music.  

Patrick is the only member of FOB without any tattoos or ties to the local hardcore scene.  

Patrick is a fan of Jazz music.

Patrick does not like being called “Pat.”  

Patrick is the shortest member of Fall Out Boy.  

Patrick sings the chorus on the songs Cupid’s Chokehold and Clothes Off! by Gym Class Heroes. He also co-produced their 2006 album As Cruel As School Children.  

Patrick writes the music for the band.  

Even though Pete writes most of the lyrics for Fall Out Boy, Patrick has written some of the songs, including the hit, Sugar, We’re Goin’ Down.

Patrick used to be a vegetarian.  

Patrick dropped the “H” in his last name to avoid confusion of the pronunciation. (Last name - Stumph).  

Patrick does not believe in God.  

Patrick has produced material for bands The Hush Sound and Gym Class Heroes.  

Patrick’s best friend is Fall Out Boy bass player Peter Wentz. Pete has said that Patrick is the nicest person in the world. He is made of all good things, and there is nothing bad about him.  

Besides playing guitar, Patrick also plays the drums and piano.  

Patrick is the second youngest member of Fall Out Boy.