Photo 21 Jan 8 notes peachcherub:

Funny, it does the opposite for me. (at Redhawk Vineyard & Winery)

peachcherub:

Funny, it does the opposite for me. (at Redhawk Vineyard & Winery)

Link 21 Jan 44 notes A Monsoon of Words: Static»

alfaazkibarsaat:

There’s silence and then there’s quiet, but there’s no word for this stillness. It’s that fleeting moment when you forget how to breathe, but it stretches across your lungs and wraps around your ribs and it’s not fleeting anymore. It echoes and it consumes you. You’re thinking about the loneliness…

Photo 21 Jan 458,055 notes

(Source: firstbook)

Video 21 Jan 42 notes

anarmydoctor:


New York, December 6th-8th:

The Hobbit, Martin Freeman’s face all over the city, and that sad beauty of the streets under the rain that stole my heart completely.

Text 21 Jan 34 notes well this should come as a suprise to no one…
Video 21 Jan 34 notes

downthewires:

cheap trick - “surrender”

Photo 21 Jan 64 notes allthetv:

thechosenjuan:

Alright everybody, let’s talk about an important task I have for y’all tonight!
There’s this wonderful guy named Bryan Fuller out there, and he’s created three of TV’s best short-lived shows: Wonderfalls, Dead Like Me, and Pushing Daisies. I’m sure you’ve heard of at least one of those, and if you haven’t, you’re totally missing out. But this isn’t about those shows, it’s about a new show that he recently developed titled Mockingbird Lane. 
Mockingbird Lane, as some of you might know, is a reboot of the popular sixties sitcom The Munsters, and while that may sound iffy, it’s a show that deserves a chance. The cast has Portia de Rossi, Eddie Izzard and Cheyenne Jackson, which should already tell you that this could be comedy gold, and the pilot was directed by Bryan Singer (of Usual Suspects fame) with Guillermo Navarro as cinematographer (winner of the Academy Award for Pan’s Labyrinth). Considering the costume designer, set decorator, and production designer all worked on most (if not all) of Pushing Daisies, I’m willing to bet we’re going to have a gorgeous show on our hands. It’s also worth mentioning that Jim Dooley composed the music for the show, and you’ll probably just know him if you love the Pushing Daisies music as much as I do. 
Anyway, I haven’t seen the pilot yet, but I do know that this show is basically on the brink of not existing past this one episode. Tonight, at 8PM (EST), NBC is going to be showing this episode as a Halloween special. Depending on how it does in the ratings, this show has a chance at getting more than just one episode, and with how amazing Bryan Fuller’s work in television has been so far, this is something I desperately long for. 
So maybe tonight, if you get a chance, just throw your TV onto NBC and check out Mockingbird Lane. Even if you’re not too interested, at least leave NBC on muted while you do whatever you’re doing. All I’m saying is give this show a chance at existing because I think it definitely deserves at least that. Spread the news!

I was planning on just saying “If you don’t watch this show tonight, then the terrorists win. Also, it’ll be your fault when Community gets cancelled.” Juan’s way works too, I suppose.
-L

allthetv:

thechosenjuan:

Alright everybody, let’s talk about an important task I have for y’all tonight!

There’s this wonderful guy named Bryan Fuller out there, and he’s created three of TV’s best short-lived shows: Wonderfalls, Dead Like Me, and Pushing Daisies. I’m sure you’ve heard of at least one of those, and if you haven’t, you’re totally missing out. But this isn’t about those shows, it’s about a new show that he recently developed titled Mockingbird Lane

Mockingbird Lane, as some of you might know, is a reboot of the popular sixties sitcom The Munsters, and while that may sound iffy, it’s a show that deserves a chance. The cast has Portia de Rossi, Eddie Izzard and Cheyenne Jackson, which should already tell you that this could be comedy gold, and the pilot was directed by Bryan Singer (of Usual Suspects fame) with Guillermo Navarro as cinematographer (winner of the Academy Award for Pan’s Labyrinth). Considering the costume designer, set decorator, and production designer all worked on most (if not all) of Pushing Daisies, I’m willing to bet we’re going to have a gorgeous show on our hands. It’s also worth mentioning that Jim Dooley composed the music for the show, and you’ll probably just know him if you love the Pushing Daisies music as much as I do. 

Anyway, I haven’t seen the pilot yet, but I do know that this show is basically on the brink of not existing past this one episode. Tonight, at 8PM (EST), NBC is going to be showing this episode as a Halloween special. Depending on how it does in the ratings, this show has a chance at getting more than just one episode, and with how amazing Bryan Fuller’s work in television has been so far, this is something I desperately long for. 

So maybe tonight, if you get a chance, just throw your TV onto NBC and check out Mockingbird Lane. Even if you’re not too interested, at least leave NBC on muted while you do whatever you’re doing. All I’m saying is give this show a chance at existing because I think it definitely deserves at least that. Spread the news!

I was planning on just saying “If you don’t watch this show tonight, then the terrorists win. Also, it’ll be your fault when Community gets cancelled.” Juan’s way works too, I suppose.

-L

via All The TV.
Chat 21 Jan 3,571 notes The Final Word on Why Marvel Movies > DC Movies
  • DC: Joss Whedon, we cannot make your Wonder Woman movie because there’s too much ancient mythology, you set it in World War II, and you are just some TV guy. Also, you know, she's a chick.
  •  ~~~
  • Marvel: HEY EVERYBODY, WE’RE GOING TO MAKE A THOR MOVIE! AND THERE’S GOING TO BE FROST GIANTS AND SWORDS AND MAGIC AND A RAINBOW BRIDGE AND EVERYTHING!
  • Marvel: AND WE’RE GOING TO MAKE A CAPTAIN AMERICA MOVIE! AND THERE’S GOING TO BE NAZIS AND NEWSREELS AND A WORLD’S FAIR AND OLD TIMEY CARS AND EVERYTHING!
  • Marvel: AND WE’RE GOING TO MAKE AN AVENGERS MOVIE! HEY DO YOU WANT TO DIRECT THE AVENGERS, JOSS WHEDON??
  • Joss Whedon: Can I make Black Widow the most badass of the team and also add Maria Hill played by the actress I wanted to play Wonder Woman?
  • Marvel: TOTES!
  • The Avengers: *makes $1.5 billion*
  •  ~~~
  • DC: … So we’ll make Superman gritty like Batman. The kids like Batman, right?
Photo 21 Jan 417 notes 80s-90s-supermodels:

Brooke Shields, 1986

80s-90s-supermodels:

Brooke Shields, 1986

Photo 21 Jan 417 notes 80s-90s-supermodels:

Brooke Shields, 1986

80s-90s-supermodels:

Brooke Shields, 1986


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