“You can’t control the Universe. You are the water, not the rock.”
But actually, after a very long time, if it keeps going, the water will eventually shape the rock. You don’t realize it at first but it’s happening, it happens every second. Yes, you’re the water, but if you can’t see how you changed the universe, it doesn’t mean you didn’t.
You are what everyone needs in their life
one down, twenty more to go
also one of them is already dead
what a wonderful world we live in
the real question is why your school paper has a segment called “Yuri of the week”
the real question is why isn’t this segment in my school paper.
THEY ARE SISTERS
Are we gonna ignore: “What if birds could actually speak English and we were speaking bird the whole time? Like really how weird would that be?”
This post raises more questions than it answers.
Working on an academic poster presentation thing about my film for a conference that’s coming up! Trying to make it look fun and not just really boring walls of text info
John Lennon’s Last Pic, Most people think the last photograph taken of John alive was when he was signing the autograph with his head bowed forward, but Paul Goresh took one more frame after that just as John was turning to get in the limosine
i’m going to kill myself
must not cry
this is my new favorite video
Hercules reads his script entirely wrong
(reads the word disappointed, when he was supposed to sound disappointed)
New favorite thing to say when disappointed.
One never needs a reason to reblog Leonard Nimoy singing The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins.
I fucking love the way this movie portrayed anxiety and anxiety attacks (though not necessarily the way other characters reacted to them ((namely the child)) but that’s another story)
tell me anxiety isn’t a big deal when Tony fucking Stark thought he’d been poisoned the first time he had an attack
I actually loved the other characters’ reactions— PARTICULARLY the kid— because they were so painfully realistic. Tony was treated as fragile, broken, or his panic attacks were seen (in the kid’s case) as AMUSING. Meanwhile, the audience is sitting there wanting to punch every last person who doesn’t GET IT in the face.
Because it’s not just the anxiety itself that’s scary, it’s having people you thought you could trust letting you down.
The people in my showing actually thought that the kid triggering Tony into a panic attack was fucking hilarious because a bunch of the shits laughed and it was very hard for me not to start screaming and breaking out into an anxiety attack of my own.