Disorganized ravings. Postcards from the edge
Disorganized ravings. Postcards from the edge
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asparklethatisblue:

In which Thorin seems to have a hard time looking away from Bilbo, and only does so in the last possible moment
asparklethatisblue:

In which Thorin seems to have a hard time looking away from Bilbo, and only does so in the last possible moment
asparklethatisblue:

In which Thorin seems to have a hard time looking away from Bilbo, and only does so in the last possible moment
asparklethatisblue:

In which Thorin seems to have a hard time looking away from Bilbo, and only does so in the last possible moment
asparklethatisblue:

In which Thorin seems to have a hard time looking away from Bilbo, and only does so in the last possible moment
asparklethatisblue:

In which Thorin seems to have a hard time looking away from Bilbo, and only does so in the last possible moment
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closetshipping:

i should think we’re past euphemisms at this point, Bilbo.
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the-hobbit:

Hobbit Cast (12/?)

"Bofur’s a mixture of the rough, the honest, but also the caring. Bofur’s overall motive is much simpler than the rest of the dwarves. I don’t think he’s necessarily interested in the noble pursuit of reclaiming their lost land. I think he and his kin just fancy a bit of fun, a bit of a scrap. He’s an optimistic dwarf. He has a pretty good take on life."

James Nesbitt
the-hobbit:

Hobbit Cast (12/?)

"Bofur’s a mixture of the rough, the honest, but also the caring. Bofur’s overall motive is much simpler than the rest of the dwarves. I don’t think he’s necessarily interested in the noble pursuit of reclaiming their lost land. I think he and his kin just fancy a bit of fun, a bit of a scrap. He’s an optimistic dwarf. He has a pretty good take on life."

James Nesbitt
the-hobbit:

Hobbit Cast (12/?)

"Bofur’s a mixture of the rough, the honest, but also the caring. Bofur’s overall motive is much simpler than the rest of the dwarves. I don’t think he’s necessarily interested in the noble pursuit of reclaiming their lost land. I think he and his kin just fancy a bit of fun, a bit of a scrap. He’s an optimistic dwarf. He has a pretty good take on life."

James Nesbitt
the-hobbit:

Hobbit Cast (12/?)

"Bofur’s a mixture of the rough, the honest, but also the caring. Bofur’s overall motive is much simpler than the rest of the dwarves. I don’t think he’s necessarily interested in the noble pursuit of reclaiming their lost land. I think he and his kin just fancy a bit of fun, a bit of a scrap. He’s an optimistic dwarf. He has a pretty good take on life."

James Nesbitt
the-hobbit:

Hobbit Cast (12/?)

"Bofur’s a mixture of the rough, the honest, but also the caring. Bofur’s overall motive is much simpler than the rest of the dwarves. I don’t think he’s necessarily interested in the noble pursuit of reclaiming their lost land. I think he and his kin just fancy a bit of fun, a bit of a scrap. He’s an optimistic dwarf. He has a pretty good take on life."

James Nesbitt
the-hobbit:

Hobbit Cast (12/?)

"Bofur’s a mixture of the rough, the honest, but also the caring. Bofur’s overall motive is much simpler than the rest of the dwarves. I don’t think he’s necessarily interested in the noble pursuit of reclaiming their lost land. I think he and his kin just fancy a bit of fun, a bit of a scrap. He’s an optimistic dwarf. He has a pretty good take on life."

James Nesbitt
the-hobbit:

Hobbit Cast (12/?)

"Bofur’s a mixture of the rough, the honest, but also the caring. Bofur’s overall motive is much simpler than the rest of the dwarves. I don’t think he’s necessarily interested in the noble pursuit of reclaiming their lost land. I think he and his kin just fancy a bit of fun, a bit of a scrap. He’s an optimistic dwarf. He has a pretty good take on life."

James Nesbitt
the-hobbit:

Hobbit Cast (12/?)

"Bofur’s a mixture of the rough, the honest, but also the caring. Bofur’s overall motive is much simpler than the rest of the dwarves. I don’t think he’s necessarily interested in the noble pursuit of reclaiming their lost land. I think he and his kin just fancy a bit of fun, a bit of a scrap. He’s an optimistic dwarf. He has a pretty good take on life."

James Nesbitt
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shefliestrue:

Still on the Metro. Won’t be able to upload pics tonight, but here’s a fave from all of the ones I took. #paleyfest #sleepyhollow
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Ah, family bonding time.
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Chocolate face. #happyeaster #babies
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Happy Easter! #brothers #autism
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Rare pics of the two of us.
Broadway should cast actors to be time period accurate.
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eviesrealitychangesdaily:

the best reaction to bruce being the hulk 
eviesrealitychangesdaily:

the best reaction to bruce being the hulk 
eviesrealitychangesdaily:

the best reaction to bruce being the hulk 
eviesrealitychangesdaily:

the best reaction to bruce being the hulk 
eviesrealitychangesdaily:

the best reaction to bruce being the hulk 
eviesrealitychangesdaily:

the best reaction to bruce being the hulk 
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aka14kgold:

generalbriefing:

frantzfandom:

nbcsnl:

beardtv:

Louis C.K. telling it as it is!

Watch the full monologue here!

who wants to be the first one to say it?

Uhhhhh I think that math is off by about 45 years at least, playa

Yup, and the concept that it’s still going is off as well. Democracy happened with the Voting Rights Act, 1965, and ended with its gutting, 2013. 48 years of democracy, y’all. 
Because FREEDOM.
aka14kgold:

generalbriefing:

frantzfandom:

nbcsnl:

beardtv:

Louis C.K. telling it as it is!

Watch the full monologue here!

who wants to be the first one to say it?

Uhhhhh I think that math is off by about 45 years at least, playa

Yup, and the concept that it’s still going is off as well. Democracy happened with the Voting Rights Act, 1965, and ended with its gutting, 2013. 48 years of democracy, y’all. 
Because FREEDOM.
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breanieswordvomit:

winnie-the-bish:

the-girl-who-dreams-big:

ramblingsofanurbanjawn:

gissica:


Flawless Human Beings » Gina Torres » Gina Torres Alphabet
↳ H → husband & wife/happily married (2002- present)”When we’re home, we’re a married couple. When we’re on set, we’re actors and we’re working. We understand each other and have a great deal of respect for each other and for each other’s work. I was talking to our director, Guillermo Navarro, and he said, ‘You know, this is really weird.’ I said, ‘What’s weird about it?’ and he said, ‘Usually when I work with spouses, they’re competitive and the two of you are not competitive at all, you’re respectful and you support each other.’ And again it’s that thing that I get to work with Laurence Fishburne. What actor in their right mind does not want to work with Laurence Fishburne? He is phenomenal, warm and gifted, and so that’s what I get to do.” - Gina Torres (on working with her husband on Hannibal)

how in the motherfuck was i unaware that these two were married? what the fuck am i doing with my life?

omfg i had no idea

Since when????

this is new to me

I found this out at Comic Con (on Saturday) when Alan Tudyk mentioned it at his panel. Mind blown.
breanieswordvomit:

winnie-the-bish:

the-girl-who-dreams-big:

ramblingsofanurbanjawn:

gissica:


Flawless Human Beings » Gina Torres » Gina Torres Alphabet
↳ H → husband & wife/happily married (2002- present)”When we’re home, we’re a married couple. When we’re on set, we’re actors and we’re working. We understand each other and have a great deal of respect for each other and for each other’s work. I was talking to our director, Guillermo Navarro, and he said, ‘You know, this is really weird.’ I said, ‘What’s weird about it?’ and he said, ‘Usually when I work with spouses, they’re competitive and the two of you are not competitive at all, you’re respectful and you support each other.’ And again it’s that thing that I get to work with Laurence Fishburne. What actor in their right mind does not want to work with Laurence Fishburne? He is phenomenal, warm and gifted, and so that’s what I get to do.” - Gina Torres (on working with her husband on Hannibal)

how in the motherfuck was i unaware that these two were married? what the fuck am i doing with my life?

omfg i had no idea

Since when????

this is new to me

I found this out at Comic Con (on Saturday) when Alan Tudyk mentioned it at his panel. Mind blown.
breanieswordvomit:

winnie-the-bish:

the-girl-who-dreams-big:

ramblingsofanurbanjawn:

gissica:


Flawless Human Beings » Gina Torres » Gina Torres Alphabet
↳ H → husband & wife/happily married (2002- present)”When we’re home, we’re a married couple. When we’re on set, we’re actors and we’re working. We understand each other and have a great deal of respect for each other and for each other’s work. I was talking to our director, Guillermo Navarro, and he said, ‘You know, this is really weird.’ I said, ‘What’s weird about it?’ and he said, ‘Usually when I work with spouses, they’re competitive and the two of you are not competitive at all, you’re respectful and you support each other.’ And again it’s that thing that I get to work with Laurence Fishburne. What actor in their right mind does not want to work with Laurence Fishburne? He is phenomenal, warm and gifted, and so that’s what I get to do.” - Gina Torres (on working with her husband on Hannibal)

how in the motherfuck was i unaware that these two were married? what the fuck am i doing with my life?

omfg i had no idea

Since when????

this is new to me

I found this out at Comic Con (on Saturday) when Alan Tudyk mentioned it at his panel. Mind blown.