safety last!*


Although the characters in the show often drive illegally (underage/without a license) as well as erratically due to magic adventures, getting revenge against jerks named Kevin or chasing pink haired babes on motorcycles, I appreciate the message of always wearing your seat belt. 

Sour cream: There is nothing lame about seatbelt safety.

I think people are forgetting how well Silver played everyone in 405 

Even though we knew he would never betray Flint we were actually convinced that he was going to. Why? Because Silver can act. Better than we ever thought he could. Yet Hands, Billy, the crew AND the audience are still underestimating him in this situation now

Silver told Billy to kill Flint in 405

Now he’s telling 6 men to go kill him in 408 

Events are being repeated like they have been throughout this season yet people are STILL believing what is being fed to them

And look.. we know there is going to be some sort of twist. It’s what will make it, as Luke said, his ‘favourite written episode’. We’ve always been right about how important Flint and Silver are to each other. Don’t let this fool you. Don’t be like Billy and fall into the trap of thinking it was that easy to turn them against each other. He has underestimated their relationship again. Just like he underestimated it before. 

calming sleepy playlist

for everyone who is unsettled to help them get some good rest tonight here are some songs I love and are all on spotify to help you get through tonight. I love you & stay safe. (p.s I tried to keep them soft & calming but not sad. also I’m puttng a lil ^ mark if it’s one of my favorite songs) 

  • Machine - Scott Helman 
  • Porcelain Skin - Captain Dipper & The Strawberry Girl
  •  All Is Well - Austin Bashman 
  • Can’t Help Falling In Love - Haley Reinhart 
  • Be Still - Canyon City 
  • First Day Of My Life - Bright Eyes 
  • Elysium - Bear’s Den 
  • Above The Clouds Of Pompeii - Bear’s Den 
  • Can I Stay - Ray LaMontagne 
  • Cherry Wine - Hozier 
  • Home - Gabrielle Aplin 
  • Flume - Bon Iver 
  • River and Spout - Rusty Clanton 
  • From Gold - Novo Amor 
  • The Safety Dance - Sleeping At Last 
  • Flightless Bird, American Mouth - Iron & Wine 
  • Such Great Heights - Iron & Wine 
  • Northern Wind - City and Colour 
  • The Moon Song - Karen O 
  • When I Go - Slow Club 
  • Leaves In The River - Sea Wolf 
  • Angela - The Lumineers 
  • Charlie Boy - The Lumineers
  • Collide - Howie Day 
  • Banana Pancakes - Jack Johnson 

One of the enduring pleasures of the movies is the thrill of succumbing to the medium’s capacity to toy with our senses. While advances in technology continue to introduce ever more complicated tricks to the trade, the innovations of cinema’s most passionate and playful magicians remain influential long after their tools have been outmoded. In The Art of Effects, a new program premiering tomorrow on the Criterion Channel, we pull back the curtain to reveal the mechanical ingenuity behind some of film history’s grandest illusions. The first installment in the series showcases beloved comedic daredevil Harold Lloyd at the height of his powers, focusing on the famous scene in the 1923 classic Safety Last! that depicts a hapless department-store clerk climbing the edifice of a skyscraper. 

The Art of Effects


In the first film, sixty-three clocks can be seen, including one digital, and one that shows Harold Lloyd hanging from a clock tower from Safety Last, foreshadowing the events later in the film. Initially, they all read 7:53 a.m., just before Marty enters, except for the one closest to the box of plutonium that had the correct time of 8:18.

pixkbunnie  asked:

okay so this has probably been said to you before, but like...WHAT IF. The king pushes Coran into the cyro-pod after he placed Allura away and the last thing Coran see's is the King dying while the computer's static is like "Cyro instigated in 3...2...1..." and Coran is just pounding on the glass screaming empty "NO,NO,NO." before slumping against the glass in a deep slumber. WHAT DO YOU THINK FRIEND? feelings be real.

you okay there bunnie



“Abortion is theoretically legal, but some states make it practically inaccessible.”



Isn’t Sam being hypocritical when he lectures Dean on “letting Mary go or giving her space”? Isn’t there a fundamental difference between Sam and Dean’s perceptions when it comes to Mary? 

As Sam himself has proclaimed in season 1, he didn’t know Mary, he didn’t remember her and definitely didn’t care about her like Dean did. To Sam, Mary was an idea, an abstract concept, and the woman he met now essentially a stranger. To Dean, Mary was a reality, a tragedy, an inspiration, a reason to live. In Dean’s mind, Mary represented the better times, she represented Dean’s childhood, his innocence, and his happiness. She was his home. Her death robbed him of everything he had and as a child he idolized her to cope with the harsh, stark realities of his life. 

Of course Dean was hurt by Mary’s rejection, he was hurt because, that last place of safety, that last anchor of his childhood was slipping away from him. Worse, by leaving him, Mary was proving the dreaded “everybody leaves you, Dean” prophecy, she was adding more to Dean’s abandonment issues. I don’t think that it ever occurred to Dean that Mary would leave him or could leave him –I think Dean saw Mary as someone who would and had unconditionally loved him. Mary was Dean’s stone number one. And since she was dead, Dean could pretend and find solace in the fantasy, in the dream, in a life where he was wanted by someone, not just needed to do the dirty work. 

When Mary rejected Dean, she wasn’t only breaking his heart, she was also breaking that last place of safety, that last thread of self-esteem. Dean was hurt, he was in pain, he was emotionally wrecked. But instead of understanding any of this, instead of seeing what Dean was going through, Sam, straight out started lecturing Dean on being a better person. Sam, who was distraught over Jess’ death but nonchalant about Mary’s death, had the audacity to tell Dean that he was being unreasonable. If Sam had a shred of empathy in him then his reaction to Dean’s grief would have been decidedly different. But hey, at least we can agree that Sam was in character here, more or less. 

Heartlines - Part 5

Pairing: Bucky x Reader

Summary: When Reader moves into Avengers Tower to finish her PhD in safety, the last thing she expects is to have something in common with the shy insomniac Bucky Barnes.

Warnings: psychological and physical abuse, torture, panic attacks, mental illness

A/N: this ones a lot longer with a lot more going on! we find out about readers past and her ex, and bucky is cute as hell. also, there’s i’ve written a part 5a for tony and bucky’s little excursion (you’ll understand when you get to it) if you guys wanna read that! let me know :)

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4, Part 5A, Part 6Part 7, and  Part 8

Part 5

“He was my boyfriend,” you say, pressed into the corner of the couch with a blanket around your shoulders and a hot chocolate in your hands. You stare into it instead of at Bucky, on the opposite end of the couch and keeping a respectful distance even though you wish he wouldn’t.

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anonymous asked:

This may seem a little personal but I'm also trans ftm and was wondering if you had any tips about coming out to your parents

Coming out to your parents is like… something you have to be VERY careful with. And I don’t mean to scare you by saying that, but it can be a slippery slope.

Like unless you have a fairly good grasp on where your parents stand on LGBT+ rights, then please be cautious. Never come out because you’re feeling pressured to, or because you feel like you HAVE to. You don’t have to. As a matter of fact, you NEVER have to. 

If you’re dependent on your parents, like if you live with them and they’re responsible for housing and feeding you, AND there’s a good chance they’ll be unsupportive, then it’s better to wait. Your safety comes first. The last thing you need is an unsafe home environment.

Assuming they will MOST LIKELY be alright with it and you’re preparing to tell them, my recommendation would be to write a letter. This is what I did. And I always feel a little idiotic suggesting it, only because my ass got kicked out. Doesn’t mean it’s a bad method, though. I just have troubled parents. 

Make sure you explain the way you’ve been feeling, the name you want to be called, pronouns, ect.  Maybe even give your parents an article to read relating to being transgender? I did this with my mom. It could help put it in perspective for them. 

I’m not sure what else to say. I also get nervous answering things like this. Best of luck to you.