art history meme. 1/8 artists
claude monet (1840-1926)
friendly reminder that
and we can’t forget
basically who the fuck is lee pace anyway
the eyebrow king
Season 2 of Under The Dome has just started filming and I am already emotionally overwhelmed
"Listen to your inner voice"
effie214 replied to your post “Screw you both and your stupid inner voices I swear I hate you more…”
OH MY GOD YOU’RE WATCHING THIS TOO?!?!?! LET ME SCREAM ABOUT MY FEELINGS TO YOU.
Lol I’ve been watching from the start! But yes absolutely scream away because girl you haven’t said a word yet and I already hear you
These assholes are ruining me already
Screw you both and your stupid inner voices
I swear I hate you more every week
This awesome video features Croatian cellists Luka Sulic and Stjepan Hauser, aka 2Cellos, playing their phenomenal “BaRock style” arrangement of the hard rock classic for a completely bewildered 17th century audience. The concept is wonderful, but the actual performance is astonishing.
[via Geeks are Sexy]
ok that was seriously badass. PLAY, CROATIAN BEAUTIES, PLAY WHILE I SHIP YOU.
i love the way the sound changes as the bows gradually disintegrate, too.
that was FUCKING AWESOME.
There absolutely needs to be an entire movie based on this because holy hell I would watch the shit out of that
This past couple of days has definitely taught me that some autopsies can really suck. Kids should never ever die violent deaths, no one should have to feel that suicide is the only way out, and little old ladies should not lie undiscovered on their floor for days on end.
I guess the silver lining is that I now know I can handle pretty much even the worst of cases.
I want to cry about how perfect this is. A thousand times yes to absolutely everything.
About tonight’s episode, let me first say I loved the scene with Oliver having his come to jesus moment about Laurel. It was amazing. I’ve seen so much criticism of how Oliver treated or didn’t treat Felicity that it feels like no one was paying attention to what seems to me a pretty huge moment for his character. Oliver’s problem for as long as we’ve known him is how much guilt he feels for things that are out of his control and how much blame he places on himself. Even if Laurel was only ever a fraction of that, the fact that he stood up for himself and said, you know what? This isn’t my fault and you aren’t my responsibility. Big deal in my book.
That scene also gave us a look at how completely fucked up he is over what’s going on with his family - knowing the truth about Thea’s father, having to lie to Thea, the effect its had on his relationship with his mother. At the end of the day, Oliver has no family support system left; his father’s dead, he can barely look at his mother and Thea relies on him not the other way around. So yes, Felicity and Dig are his family now but I think there’s a LOT of underestimating going on as far as the psychological impact that this situation is having on Oliver especially because he is generally so stoic about it and continues to deal with everything else that’s happening.
Before I comment on the “You’ll Always Be My Girl” scene, I want to say something about Olicity in general. There was tension between them tonight that I think was quite similar to the tension that existed when Barry was around. It’s maybe a bit more intense this second time because the circumstances and the head space the characters are in is also more intense. Oliver and Felicity are both dealing with their individual issues but imo the tension between them is about the fact that neither one of them knows how to accommodate other people in their dynamic.
They have a bond that flows very well around Diggle because he compliments rather than disrupts it. Barry and to a greater extent Sara, are interruptions. They displace the balance that Oliver and Felicity have and NEITHER of them knows the best way to deal with that so they tend to snap off each other. It’s normal and it’s a kind of growing pain. It simply shows how close they were because the presence of other people feels like an intrusion.