Minding the Sound
I'm a consumer who dreams of production; I lack the constitution to solve this conflict through the relatively simple path of death or the actual expense of effort in pursuit of my major goal, the transformation or eradication of the State of Fear. Isn't it fucking hilarious that what I want to defeat is what stops me from defeating it?
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tulipnight:

View from the Top by cageybee_47 on Flickr.
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g33kgasm:

mommatobe-march30th2014:

sizvideos:

To the Boys Who May One Day Date My Daughter - Video

This is awesome

Hahahahaha!
g33kgasm:

mommatobe-march30th2014:

sizvideos:

To the Boys Who May One Day Date My Daughter - Video

This is awesome

Hahahahaha!
g33kgasm:

mommatobe-march30th2014:

sizvideos:

To the Boys Who May One Day Date My Daughter - Video

This is awesome

Hahahahaha!
g33kgasm:

mommatobe-march30th2014:

sizvideos:

To the Boys Who May One Day Date My Daughter - Video

This is awesome

Hahahahaha!
g33kgasm:

mommatobe-march30th2014:

sizvideos:

To the Boys Who May One Day Date My Daughter - Video

This is awesome

Hahahahaha!
g33kgasm:

mommatobe-march30th2014:

sizvideos:

To the Boys Who May One Day Date My Daughter - Video

This is awesome

Hahahahaha!
g33kgasm:

mommatobe-march30th2014:

sizvideos:

To the Boys Who May One Day Date My Daughter - Video

This is awesome

Hahahahaha!
g33kgasm:

mommatobe-march30th2014:

sizvideos:

To the Boys Who May One Day Date My Daughter - Video

This is awesome

Hahahahaha!
g33kgasm:

mommatobe-march30th2014:

sizvideos:

To the Boys Who May One Day Date My Daughter - Video

This is awesome

Hahahahaha!
g33kgasm:

mommatobe-march30th2014:

sizvideos:

To the Boys Who May One Day Date My Daughter - Video

This is awesome

Hahahahaha!
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GoT Challenge ♚ A character that you like but used to hate
    ↳ Jaime Lannister
"I think it passing odd that I am loved by one for a kindness I never did, and reviled by so many for my finest act."

GoT Challenge ♚ A character that you like but used to hate
    ↳ Jaime Lannister
"I think it passing odd that I am loved by one for a kindness I never did, and reviled by so many for my finest act."

GoT Challenge ♚ A character that you like but used to hate
    ↳ Jaime Lannister
"I think it passing odd that I am loved by one for a kindness I never did, and reviled by so many for my finest act."

GoT Challenge ♚ A character that you like but used to hate
    ↳ Jaime Lannister
"I think it passing odd that I am loved by one for a kindness I never did, and reviled by so many for my finest act."

GoT Challenge ♚ A character that you like but used to hate
    ↳ Jaime Lannister
"I think it passing odd that I am loved by one for a kindness I never did, and reviled by so many for my finest act."

GoT Challenge ♚ A character that you like but used to hate
    ↳ Jaime Lannister
"I think it passing odd that I am loved by one for a kindness I never did, and reviled by so many for my finest act."

GoT Challenge ♚ A character that you like but used to hate
    ↳ Jaime Lannister
"I think it passing odd that I am loved by one for a kindness I never did, and reviled by so many for my finest act."

GoT Challenge ♚ A character that you like but used to hate
    ↳ Jaime Lannister
"I think it passing odd that I am loved by one for a kindness I never did, and reviled by so many for my finest act."

GoT Challenge ♚ A character that you like but used to hate
    ↳ Jaime Lannister
"I think it passing odd that I am loved by one for a kindness I never did, and reviled by so many for my finest act."

GoT Challenge ♚ A character that you like but used to hate
    ↳ Jaime Lannister
"I think it passing odd that I am loved by one for a kindness I never did, and reviled by so many for my finest act."
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rocprinceray:

White People: - “Black people are always pulling the race card!”
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blimeygames:

deliciousanimatedfood:

This drunk ass skeleton used to make me thirsty as fuck

The way he pronounced everything and he sounded like his throat was bone dry (literally!). Such a crazy, surreal scene when I was a kid. It felt so inappropriate, like watching an adult lose control; but it was hard to look away. I remember being confused because I couldn’t tell if he was good or bad; he helped them but he wasn’t necessarily doing it out of the goodness of his heart (or lack thereof!)
This movie had some of the most complex character themes I experienced as kid; nothing was really black or white; everyone had a reason for doing something or acting the way they did. Everyone had a back story that drove their emotions and actions - and they did it in a way where they didn’t have to show you; you just knew by their dialogue. I think the only solid black and white character was the Red Bull, but maybe because he was bound and controlled by the King; who knows what the Red Bull’s motives would have been if the King Haggard wasn’t controlling him.
I think this movie stood out so much for me when I was a kid because it made me process the characters a lot more than say, a Disney movie. I love disney movies, but the characters are pretty straight forward. They give you an idea of what they’re about; maybe they change or learn something. In the Last Unicorn, there was already a complex story behind each person that required processing to line up with their actions; and it was never linear.
I think another thing that stood out for me was that not everyone was polite to each other; It was an incredibly moody movie for kids. Everyone was moody in some way; whether it was Shmendrik due to his doubts with being a striving magician, Almalthea for being turned into a human/losing all the other unicorns, the King for being lonely and trying to substitute his family/loss of his wife by collecting unicorns…there wasn’t one character that was whole; every character had a missing piece.
blimeygames:

deliciousanimatedfood:

This drunk ass skeleton used to make me thirsty as fuck

The way he pronounced everything and he sounded like his throat was bone dry (literally!). Such a crazy, surreal scene when I was a kid. It felt so inappropriate, like watching an adult lose control; but it was hard to look away. I remember being confused because I couldn’t tell if he was good or bad; he helped them but he wasn’t necessarily doing it out of the goodness of his heart (or lack thereof!)
This movie had some of the most complex character themes I experienced as kid; nothing was really black or white; everyone had a reason for doing something or acting the way they did. Everyone had a back story that drove their emotions and actions - and they did it in a way where they didn’t have to show you; you just knew by their dialogue. I think the only solid black and white character was the Red Bull, but maybe because he was bound and controlled by the King; who knows what the Red Bull’s motives would have been if the King Haggard wasn’t controlling him.
I think this movie stood out so much for me when I was a kid because it made me process the characters a lot more than say, a Disney movie. I love disney movies, but the characters are pretty straight forward. They give you an idea of what they’re about; maybe they change or learn something. In the Last Unicorn, there was already a complex story behind each person that required processing to line up with their actions; and it was never linear.
I think another thing that stood out for me was that not everyone was polite to each other; It was an incredibly moody movie for kids. Everyone was moody in some way; whether it was Shmendrik due to his doubts with being a striving magician, Almalthea for being turned into a human/losing all the other unicorns, the King for being lonely and trying to substitute his family/loss of his wife by collecting unicorns…there wasn’t one character that was whole; every character had a missing piece.
blimeygames:

deliciousanimatedfood:

This drunk ass skeleton used to make me thirsty as fuck

The way he pronounced everything and he sounded like his throat was bone dry (literally!). Such a crazy, surreal scene when I was a kid. It felt so inappropriate, like watching an adult lose control; but it was hard to look away. I remember being confused because I couldn’t tell if he was good or bad; he helped them but he wasn’t necessarily doing it out of the goodness of his heart (or lack thereof!)
This movie had some of the most complex character themes I experienced as kid; nothing was really black or white; everyone had a reason for doing something or acting the way they did. Everyone had a back story that drove their emotions and actions - and they did it in a way where they didn’t have to show you; you just knew by their dialogue. I think the only solid black and white character was the Red Bull, but maybe because he was bound and controlled by the King; who knows what the Red Bull’s motives would have been if the King Haggard wasn’t controlling him.
I think this movie stood out so much for me when I was a kid because it made me process the characters a lot more than say, a Disney movie. I love disney movies, but the characters are pretty straight forward. They give you an idea of what they’re about; maybe they change or learn something. In the Last Unicorn, there was already a complex story behind each person that required processing to line up with their actions; and it was never linear.
I think another thing that stood out for me was that not everyone was polite to each other; It was an incredibly moody movie for kids. Everyone was moody in some way; whether it was Shmendrik due to his doubts with being a striving magician, Almalthea for being turned into a human/losing all the other unicorns, the King for being lonely and trying to substitute his family/loss of his wife by collecting unicorns…there wasn’t one character that was whole; every character had a missing piece.
blimeygames:

deliciousanimatedfood:

This drunk ass skeleton used to make me thirsty as fuck

The way he pronounced everything and he sounded like his throat was bone dry (literally!). Such a crazy, surreal scene when I was a kid. It felt so inappropriate, like watching an adult lose control; but it was hard to look away. I remember being confused because I couldn’t tell if he was good or bad; he helped them but he wasn’t necessarily doing it out of the goodness of his heart (or lack thereof!)
This movie had some of the most complex character themes I experienced as kid; nothing was really black or white; everyone had a reason for doing something or acting the way they did. Everyone had a back story that drove their emotions and actions - and they did it in a way where they didn’t have to show you; you just knew by their dialogue. I think the only solid black and white character was the Red Bull, but maybe because he was bound and controlled by the King; who knows what the Red Bull’s motives would have been if the King Haggard wasn’t controlling him.
I think this movie stood out so much for me when I was a kid because it made me process the characters a lot more than say, a Disney movie. I love disney movies, but the characters are pretty straight forward. They give you an idea of what they’re about; maybe they change or learn something. In the Last Unicorn, there was already a complex story behind each person that required processing to line up with their actions; and it was never linear.
I think another thing that stood out for me was that not everyone was polite to each other; It was an incredibly moody movie for kids. Everyone was moody in some way; whether it was Shmendrik due to his doubts with being a striving magician, Almalthea for being turned into a human/losing all the other unicorns, the King for being lonely and trying to substitute his family/loss of his wife by collecting unicorns…there wasn’t one character that was whole; every character had a missing piece.
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sailorhater:

cutebabe:

misandry-mermaid:

misandry-mermaid:

please put this shit on blast. his twitter name is @swerveodactyl and he’s being a complete asshole when called out on that tweet. His name is Beau Miller, he’s a junior at some high school in Washington state, I couldn’t figure out which but I’m sure you guys can help. Thank you so much!
[Submission]

An update:  Beau Miller posted this on 4/10 at 4:09pm


MEN ARE FUCKING SCUM 2K14

"or getting flirty eyes from a fat chick" literally die in a fire pLS
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cinyma:

The making of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
cinyma:

The making of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
cinyma:

The making of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
cinyma:

The making of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
cinyma:

The making of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
cinyma:

The making of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
cinyma:

The making of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
cinyma:

The making of Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
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etherealvistas:

Moose River Sunset, New York (USA) by Stephen Hoppe || Website
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