L’Olympia, Paris - 26th August 2008 [x]
|—||Johnny Marr on Frusciante (via running-away-into-john)|
works 30% of the time
"Hey, be respectful of your mother’s questionable choices." - Hank Moody, s06e07
“Perhaps he’s an underachiever, or at least in his own eyes, and he selects victims that he feels inferior to and then dominates and humiliates them.”
“So he hates women who occupy powerful positions?”
“Don’t we all?”
The Fall (2013) | Insolence & Wine
#this scene is so important #what they’re profiling isn’t a dangerous psycopath who has completely lost control #it’s the average everyday misogynist who can be literally anyone #even though some people decide to manifest their misogyny in more extreme ways than others #misogyny itself is never frowned upon because it is completely normalized #it takes the form of an innocent joke slipped in a serious conversation #it elicits giggles but not one single reproach #misogyny is the status quo #and Stella is so aware of what she’s dealing with (via jalnique)
#her face at the end just says it all # he’s casually slurping his noodles while basically saying the women deserved what they got #and she realizes this #which is why she refuses to give them power in this investigation #they can’t help fix the problem with this killer #because they are a part of the problem
New York City street scene, 1960s.
New York City Skyline - Sunset
Sunsets are sky-kisses.
Earlier this evening.
Information about my New York City photography book which is releasing in stores and online in the autumn of 2014 (including where to order it):NY Through The Lens: A New York Coffee Table Book
Hannibal Season 3
ITALIAN EPISODE TITLES
I don’t know what to make of this.
Carter said the pilot scene in which FBI special agent Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson), a skeptical scientist, first meets her new partner, Fox Mulder (David Duchovny), a crusading believer in aliens and conspiracy, wasn’t just their introduction as a duo to the audience, but to him as well: “That’s the first time they really acted together. They didn’t audition together for the parts. We really cast them separately, so we didn’t know there’d be that chemistry. What you were watching was really a kind of test, and it ended up working.”
“Working” might be an understatement: Scully and Mulder’s chemistry quickly became a pop cultural fixation, with rampant will-they-won’t-they speculation.
During the series’ 1993-2002 run, Carter thought they wouldn’t, though he and the writing staff had some fun with fans’ expectations.
“We actually snuck in a lot of kisses, like secretly, like sneaky dream sequences and stuff where they get together. I knew they should never be together. It was wrong.”
His thinking changed, however, when it was time to make the second feature film spun off from the series, 2008’s “The X-Files: I Want to Believe.” In it, viewers saw that Mulder and Scully had finally become a couple. So why bring them together after all those years?
“You couldn’t keep it up any longer,” he explained. “It was ridiculous.”
Los Angeles Times, May 2013
- Tune:Last Nite
- Artist: The Strokes
- Album: Is This It
- 4,269 plays
See, people they don’t understand
No, girlfriends, they can’t understand
Your Grandsons, they won’t understand
On top of this, I ain’t ever gonna understand
i want to cry over how perfect the soundtrack to californication is