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Gosh, that part in Much Ado About Nothing when Beatrice and Benedick read each other’s secret love letters and admit their love is always so cute. But, like, too cute. 

That’s more like it. That’s the response I’d expect of two hyper-critical sarcastic dorks in love.

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Louis is the best older brother anyone could ask for. He knows this because he’s agreed to help chaperone his younger sister’s school trip to Rome. As it turns out, Italy is full of surprises. Fizzy’s Italian teacher is surprisingly hot, Rome is surprisingly interesting, and Louis is surprisingly falling in love with more than just the city.

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Louis is more nervous than usual about filming the upcoming episode of Vogue’s 73 questions. Musician and soon to be actor Harry Styles may have something to do with that.

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Au where Louis attends a Steve Aoki concert and accidentally ends up with a husband.

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The one where Harry is an Alpha and Louis has a problem with it - until he doesn’t.

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Boardwalk Empire + favorite villain // Giuseppe ‘Gyp’ Rosetti

Nothing’s personal? What the fuck’s life, if it’s not personal?!

(requested by @meyerlansky)

Murder, Romance, and Revolution (Steven Universe Theory)

Figured since Wanted came out, and The Trial started fanning the theory fire, my gears got turning and I thought I’d make another theory post. This time about The Big One, the case to end all cases, the grand whodunit, the biggest mystery of the show: what actually happened to Pink Diamond?

But instead of rushing into this throwing around speculation and conjecture from the get-go, I wanted to start by listing what we know, what the show has given us to work with, then deduce a theory from that. So here’s a list of what we know so far:

1) Something happened to Pink Diamond. That much is a given.

2) Everyone thinks Rose Quartz shattered Pink Diamond. Again, that much is a given.

3) Garnet spoke of Pink Diamond’s shattering as something that “had to happen” in Back to the Moon, and Pearl had a very visceral reaction too. This means that the Crystal Gems probably aren’t completely blameless in whatever happened.

4) Eyeball witnessed what she claims to be Rose Quartz shattering Pink Diamond. Stated in Back to the Moon, reiterated in The Trial. Further questions: Is that accurate? Secondly, are there any other witnesses?

5) Rose Quartz was a soldier, a low-ranking gem. Not part of Pink Diamond’s court. She would have had a hard time getting close enough to kill, and an even harder time getting out again. Confirmed by Zircon during The Trial.

6) Zircon implies that only another Diamond would have the authority to get close enough to shatter Pink. However, this is still conjecture. Blue Diamond is not suspect, unless her thousands of years of mourning were all for show. Yellow Diamond snaps, but outrage is not necessarily guilt. Curiously, the third Diamond (presumed White Diamond) is still absent, and isn’t even named, despite her imagery appearing prominently over the skyline.

7) Pink Diamond had a Pearl, who was seemingly ignored in all previous accounts of Pink Diamond’s murder. Confirmed by Zircon during The Trial. Further questions: Is Pink Pearl our Pearl, or is she another Pearl? If not, where is Pink Pearl now?

8) Eyeball claims to have witnessed Rose Quartz shatter Pink Diamond with a sword, the sword, the one that Steven inherited and gave to Connie. Specifically Rose Quartz, not a fusion. Not the giant sword wielded by the Temple fusion. Specifically Rose, specifically her sword. Stated first in Bubbled and reiterated in The Trial.

9) Rose’s sword is specifically designed not to be able to shatter gems, as stated by Bismuth in her titular episode. That was the reason she created the Breaking Point, which Steven referenced in The Trial. Given this, an attack from Rose’s sword would not have shattered Pink Diamond.

10) The rebellion continued long after Pink Diamond’s apparent shattering. Jasper, despite being created to serve Pink Diamond, emerged after her demise, and fought “from the moment she broke free” because of it. Since Jasper went on to become a war hero, a good portion of the war must have occurred after Pink Diamond’s apparent shattering. Further questions: Is Pink Diamond’s demise what started the rebellion in the first place? Or was it a turning point in an already ongoing war?

Given these facts, we can come up with a series of intriguing conclusions, which lead to a potentially solid account of what may have happened, and my own wild theory as to the deeper story behind it all (below the cut):

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Emily being the adorable silly dork full of rainbows that she is during the photo ops at the Super Heroes Con  (ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧


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i’ve now watched three seasons of bojack horseman and i’m still unable to really put into words why i like this show. i mean, it’s funny, it’s socially conscious, it’s got great characters, it has a dark realism to it, it handles depression well. but i can’t– that’s not enough, somehow. i can’t explain how important this show feels to me. i guess the best way i can put it is that this show feels like i did the first time i went to therapy, which is the first time anyone ever said to me “what you’re feeling is real, and it matters, and you matter. you’re not alone, and it hurts for other people too. this is real and it’s not the end of the world”

it’s like validation, that relief that comes with 1. knowing you’re doing okay comparatively speaking and 2. knowing other people are hurting in the same way. and it’s like a horror show because while bojack’s antics are extreme and he’s living a life i’ll never understand, it makes me realize how easy it is to get lost in yourself. depression makes you selfish; it’s the dark counterpoint to arrogance. feeling like you’re different because you’re the worst person in the world isn’t any less selfish than thinking you’re the best, and that kind of self-centeredness hurts people 

it’s so easy to define yourself by your depression especially when you’ve been depressed for so long. i’ve been depressed since i was a teenager; it’s genetic. i have no idea who i would be without depression. would i be extroverted? would i have started writing if i didn’t feel like i had to escape into fiction? would i be happy? i don’t know. i’ll never know. and it’s easy to tell yourself that nothing matters and you don’t matter and that nothing will ever get better, and it’s easy to get caught in this hedonistic cycle of “self care”, and it’s easy to lash out and apologize and lash out and apologize because you think it’s that easy except it isn’t and you can’t blame all of your failings on your childhood or your mental illnesses. you can’t fetishize your own sadness

yozora-wo-kakeru  asked:

hello! i've only started following you in the past few months or so, but you're definitely one of my favorite artists. your work is so breathtaking! have you ever seen john singer sargent's murals? when i first saw your sanctus series, your digital brush strokes immediately made me think of sargent's murals at the museum of fine arts in boston! both have this absolutely ethereal quality to them, and i was wondering if you've ever studied his work!

I LOVE HIS MURALSSSSS GOSH DARN they’re FIRE I haven’t looked at them in a while, now that you’ve mentioned them to me I have to go back to look at them now! Now that I think about it, I’m closer to Boston than I was a year ago, so I probably have a higher chance of seeing them in person. I’m so excited right nowwww

I love looking at Sargent, he’s such a classic. Super flattered to see that you think of me and him in the same sentence! What a compliment and such a sweet thing to say, thank you very much! <3 sending virtual hugs your way!!

anonymous asked:

Hey, I know you probably made that music post a while ago, but I just wanted to say; I really like you're music taste and I get real excited whenever you reblog a song. I've discovered some of my favorite groups because of you and I just wanted to say thanks.

this is such a huge compliment and i really, really love music… it’s one of the only things that kept me happy when i was younger so hearing this is just really exciting! i’ll go ahead and give you a quick list of things if you want that - 

formatted as band name (recommended starter/test songs or description)!

women singers that i love, most do some really cool and unconventional things with their voices/music: hop along (the knock, happy to see me), the romanovs (album: the moon was hungry…),  vashti bunyan (if i were - the same but different, here before), amanda palmer (melody dean, half jack, want it back), stevie nicks (rhiannon, gold dust woman), regina spektor (album: soviet kitsch), kimya dawson, laura marling, against me!,  emilie autumn (lots of verbal poetry and screaming), ida maria (i like you so much better when you’re naked), [cont]

[cont] santigold (i can’t get enough of myself), courtney barnett (pedestrian at best), mirah (the garden), jenny hval (blood flight), digital daggers (can’t sleep can’t breathe),  metric (gold guns girls), nico vega (million years, beast), fiona apple (hot knife), cat power (troubled waters), ingrid michaelson (in the sea), st. vincent (paris is burning), nina simone (sinnerman) 

folk/southern/folk punk: brown bird (by the reins, blood of angels), drew bunting (easy), parker millsap (hades pleads), crywank (squeezing the damp towel, album: don’t piss on me i’m already dead), AJJ (small red boy, big bird, heartilation), the decemberists (mariner’s revenge song), the future kings of nowhere (10 simple murders), fleet foxes (album: helplessness blues), larkin grimm (the butcher)

weird sounds (usually cool instruments/noises + interesting lyrics, all of these are very different and have a lot of variation between their songs): the caretaker (start with any - instrumentals designed to make you profoundly unsettled), IAMX (album: the alternative), mother mother (cesspool of love), a perfect circle (the outsider, pet, the nurse who loved me),  hawaii part II (dream sweet in sea major, my favorite is: the mind electric), eddache (bioshock remixes that are extremely enjoyable)

electronic + electroswing: rchetype (furry electronic, song: unstoppable),  caravan palace (all of them are good - electroswing), tape five (electroswing, songs: bad boy good man, a cool cat in town), parov stelar (swing, electroswing… song: booty swing)

other: lemon demon/neil cicierega (fun stuff, lots of complex mixes of songs that are considered ‘jokes’ that completely warps them into different things), tom lehrer (pianist with some witty things to say, songs: masochism tango, poisoning pigeons in the park), jonathan coulton (album: artificial heart - this is the guy who made the lyrics for the songs in portal 2), parenthetical girls (handsome devil), jukebox the ghost (static)

stuff you probably already know: beach boys (good vibrations, wouldn’t it be nice), sufjan stevens (i like a lot of his straight-up instrumentals, album: carrie & lowell), hozier (from eden, jackie and wilson), the black keys (sinister kid), death cab for cutie (i will possess your heart), sia (you’ve changed, the greatest), vampire weekend (diplomat’s son), bobby darin (mack the knife), blue october (into the ocean),  woodkid (the great escape), portugal the man (purple yellow red and blue)

musicals/soundtracks: repo! the genetic opera, the devil’s carnival (p1+p2), chicago (the movie), chess in concert, dr. horrible’s sing-along blog, the Music Meister episode of batman - brave and the bold is good as a stand-alone, okami (ps2/wii), dishonored 1 + 2, portal 2, Trance 2013 the movie soundtrack, little shop of horrors

Totally Spies set an impossibly high bar for squad goals. Lol But, that doesn’t stop me from dreaming. XD I’m starting to think I can color a lot better on my phone than my computer… Which is sad.

anonymous asked:

Why do anti gun retards always ignore reality and come up with "What-ifs" that literally never fucking happen and go WELL WHAT IF??? Like, their moronic shit NEVER matches up to reality, while pro-gun generally ALWAYS does. I've never seen any other topic so blatantly anti-fact and anti-basic fucking child tier common sense as anti-gun retards.

My favorite part is when they went “hurr the people pulling their guns did nothing” because they didn’t hit the shooter, ignoring the fact that they very likely scared him off and made him decide that 3 kills was enough.

Simply pulling a gun and firing (sometimes not even the latter) is enough of a deterrent to nip most crimes in the bud, if the criminal values their life at all.