"You have William Graham, Hannibal Lecter and Jack Crawford, as your three leads.  And then, there’s Alan Bloom and Freddy Lounds.  Really, the only female character in Red Dragon, besides the blind woman is Beverly Katz, and you only see her for a little bit.  So, I just thought that we need more female energy because I love writing for women and it was just too male.  The piece needed women.” 

This is not my fandom, and probably never will be because I am too much of a wimp, but I think this is very interesting.  Quote context here.

"You have William Graham, Hannibal Lecter and Jack Crawford, as your three leads.  And then, there’s Alan Bloom and Freddy Lounds.  Really, the only female character in Red Dragon, besides the blind woman is Beverly Katz, and you only see her for a little bit.  So, I just thought that we need more female energy because I love writing for women and it was just too male.  The piece needed women.”

This is not my fandom, and probably never will be because I am too much of a wimp, but I think this is very interesting.  Quote context here.

(Source: michonneing)

biolola:

Succulents grown into the shape of a Chameleon, Montreal Botanical Garden..

biolola:

Succulents grown into the shape of a Chameleon, Montreal Botanical Garden..

backonpointe:

toethefinishline:

dontstoptriing:

feelingoftemptation:

helloyoucreatives:

Doughnuts are bad for you. 

awesome job, Krispy Kreme

I’m pretty sure a krispy kreme ad just summarized my views on health better than I can.

I love this!! 

This is beautiful.

Today is apparently the day when I feel like catching up with things I saved to reblog!  Digital spring cleaning, yay!

I cannot predict how long this mood will last but it will probably not result in me flooding your dash with an insane amount of posts.

  • [after someone asked why I "switched sides" by sighing over Raul Julia and then Anjelica Huston as they appeared in The Addams Family]
  • LT: I reject the idea that there are sides. Or that I switched. :P

neilcicierega:

mine is ‘The Fly’

(only goes back to 1982; if you were born before then I guess look up your grandkids’ birthdays)

It goes back to 1980 now but Wikipedia goes back to 1960, though it is only week by week and lacks a specific day lookup.  (If you’re older than that?  More research, sorry.  How long have they been doing those rankings?  I don’t even know.  Also I have no idea where to look for non-US rankings.)

Someday, when I take over the world, it will be illegal to ruin dramatic TV scenes with inappropriate pop songs.