I am a teacher, programmer, a bit of a mathematician at heart, an RP gamer, and amateur mobile app developer. Reading and music are things I cannot imagine my life without. I blog mostly about bands and shows that I like.

23rd April 2014

Post reblogged from Beautiful Insanity with 1,311 notes

Whoever reblogs this by 3rd May

deanlovingcas:

I will put their URL in a notebook and hand it to Aidan Turner and say “These are all the tumblr users that think you’re awesome.”

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23rd April 2014

Video reblogged from All Together Now with 36,661 notes

briecheesie:

nathanielfick:

anthony mackie is a gift to this world and i will hear nothing against it

#this is the best interview i’ve ever seen in my entire life

Tagged: too funny

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21st April 2014

Post reblogged from Inside The TARDIS with 31,162 notes

Reblog if you believe Pansexuality exists.

adrnired:

fortheloveoftrenchcoats:

raggedyarchangel:

My sister and my brother-in-law refuse to believe that Pansexuality is real and they laugh whenever the word is brought up. I’m fed up of it and I hate that they can’t accept that it’s a thing.

I certainly hope so or I’m gonna have a much harder time explaining which shade of queer I am.

which shade of queer i am

Tagged: I've kind of been thinking of myself as one lately

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21st April 2014

Photoset reblogged from SeinQuest2000 with 42,084 notes

What advice would you give to your character?

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21st April 2014

Video reblogged from cacao with 101,065 notes

gingerblivet:

do-you-have-a-flag:

I watch this disturbing video every easter

The entirely pastel backgrounds are what make this a masterpiece. 

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20th April 2014

Photo reblogged from a luscious mix of words and tricks with 3,298 notes

free-loki:

Yes, that is Chris Evans and Tilda Swinton. No joke!
It’s a still from Snowpiercer, a post-apocalyptic film where a failed attempt to save the earth from global warming has resulted in a new Ice Age. The only survivors are aboard a train, Snowpiercer, that travels indefinitely. A distinct class system forms among the passengers, resulting in a revolt by the lower class at the back of the train upon the outnumbered elite at the front. The film also stars John Hurt, Ed Harris, Octavia Spencer and Jaimie Bell. 
Despite the film being mostly English-speaking and having a recognizable and solid cast of American and British actors, as well as Korean actors, the film has yet to be released in the US, the UK and other English-speaking countries.
The Weinstein Company continues to insist on cutting 25 minutes from this astonishing film by Korea’s acclaimed director, Bong Joon-ho. Most who were involved in the making of this film, especially the director, feel that cutting 25 minutes from Snowpiercer (in addition to adding voiceovers) will negate necessary character development and backstory, rendering it no more than a cool action movie rather than a daring, unique drama fundamentally about the pitfalls of classism.
Why the cuts and voiceovers? Why not just stick with the director’s vision? Because reportedly Harvey Weinstein doesn’t feel Americans capable and/or willing to give a film like this a chance in its true form. Reportedly he feels most of us, particularly those in the Midwest, just won’t get it. Therefore, The Weinstein Company won’t make as much money on it as they would if it were more palatable to the ignorant American masses.
It has also been reported that because The Weinstein Company holds distribution rights in the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa as well as the US, they will also not get the film in its intended form by default.
Bong Joon-ho, resisting Harvey Weinstein’s demands, feels Americans will understand it. The film has already been released with great financial and critical success in Korea and France and has upcoming releases in Japan, Sweden and Germany. It has won several awards at various international film festivals particularly in direction, design and cinematography.
Until Harvey Weinstein and Bong Joon-ho can come to an agreement the film will remain out of the reach of English-speaking countries…all because a rich CEO doesn’t think he’ll maximize on profits if he lets Americans think for themselves. Meanwhile The Weinstein Company has reportedly actively blocked any attempts by anyone to show this film in the United States and their other distribution territories listed above.
I refuse to be insulted as such just as I refuse to have anyone, let alone someone apparently consumed with greed, dictate to me what I can and cannot watch in my own language.
Stand up for your rights as a film-goer! Let’s fight for the director’s cut and release of Snowpiercer. Not only will this brilliant film finally be freed, but it may set a precedent for future foreign films as well.
https://www.change.org/petitions/free-snowpiercer
Free Snowpiercer on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FreeSnowpiercer
Free Snowpiercer on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/freesnowpiercer

free-loki:

Yes, that is Chris Evans and Tilda Swinton. No joke!

It’s a still from Snowpiercera post-apocalyptic film where a failed attempt to save the earth from global warming has resulted in a new Ice Age. The only survivors are aboard a train, Snowpiercer, that travels indefinitely. A distinct class system forms among the passengers, resulting in a revolt by the lower class at the back of the train upon the outnumbered elite at the front. The film also stars John Hurt, Ed Harris, Octavia Spencer and Jaimie Bell. 

Despite the film being mostly English-speaking and having a recognizable and solid cast of American and British actors, as well as Korean actors, the film has yet to be released in the US, the UK and other English-speaking countries.

The Weinstein Company continues to insist on cutting 25 minutes from this astonishing film by Korea’s acclaimed director, Bong Joon-ho. Most who were involved in the making of this film, especially the director, feel that cutting 25 minutes from Snowpiercer (in addition to adding voiceovers) will negate necessary character development and backstory, rendering it no more than a cool action movie rather than a daring, unique drama fundamentally about the pitfalls of classism.

Why the cuts and voiceovers? Why not just stick with the director’s vision? Because reportedly Harvey Weinstein doesn’t feel Americans capable and/or willing to give a film like this a chance in its true form. Reportedly he feels most of us, particularly those in the Midwest, just won’t get it. Therefore, The Weinstein Company won’t make as much money on it as they would if it were more palatable to the ignorant American masses.

It has also been reported that because The Weinstein Company holds distribution rights in the UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa as well as the US, they will also not get the film in its intended form by default.

Bong Joon-ho, resisting Harvey Weinstein’s demands, feels Americans will understand it. The film has already been released with great financial and critical success in Korea and France and has upcoming releases in Japan, Sweden and Germany. It has won several awards at various international film festivals particularly in direction, design and cinematography.

Until Harvey Weinstein and Bong Joon-ho can come to an agreement the film will remain out of the reach of English-speaking countries…all because a rich CEO doesn’t think he’ll maximize on profits if he lets Americans think for themselves. Meanwhile The Weinstein Company has reportedly actively blocked any attempts by anyone to show this film in the United States and their other distribution territories listed above.

I refuse to be insulted as such just as I refuse to have anyone, let alone someone apparently consumed with greed, dictate to me what I can and cannot watch in my own language.

Stand up for your rights as a film-goer! Let’s fight for the director’s cut and release of Snowpiercer. Not only will this brilliant film finally be freed, but it may set a precedent for future foreign films as well.

https://www.change.org/petitions/free-snowpiercer

Free Snowpiercer on Twitter: https://twitter.com/FreeSnowpiercer

Free Snowpiercer on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/freesnowpiercer

Source: free-loki

19th April 2014

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Cunoasterea linistii

pasii mei se-astern in urma rugaciunii
linistea mea stie ca esti aici

lumina a privirii mele
privire a inimii mele
inima a glasului meu

linistea mea stie ca esti aici
By C. Tanasescu

17th April 2014

Photo reblogged from Inside The TARDIS with 151,364 notes

superwholock-is-my-hell:

mage-of-rage:

delano-laramie:

skrelp:

this actually has 9000 notes
9000 people genuinely reblogged this


wow.

reblogging it anyway

even more reason to reblog

superwholock-is-my-hell:

mage-of-rage:

delano-laramie:

skrelp:

this actually has 9000 notes

9000 people genuinely reblogged this

wow.

reblogging it anyway

even more reason to reblog

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17th April 2014

Photoset reblogged from ugh with 134,101 notes

fenomenalespoderescosmicos:

monkeyelbow:

theprinceofsnark:

thecolorofroses:

You forgot some:

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Good god it got better.

I want to add This guys:

Tagged: I like everything about this post

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16th April 2014

Video reblogged from I lost sight of Gloria with 46,582 notes

dduane:

alchery:

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alliartist:

music-holic:

And the Waltz Goes On - Anthony Hopkins 

Sir Anthony Hopkins Hears The Waltz He Wrote 50 Years Ago For The First Time

Academy Award-winning actor Sir Anthony Hopkins was a musician before he got into acting. 50 years ago he wrote a waltz but was too afraid to ever hear it play. Dutch violinist André Rieu performs it for the very first time. Watch Hopkins’ reaction.

That was beautiful

I cried a few tears and felt better about humanity’s endeavors.

That as absolutely spectacular and ornate. I as well was brought to tears

Screw the article links for the moment: this is too extraordinary not to reblog right now.

Hopkins’s reactions as it plays through would have been worth the entire price of admission. And whoever did the orchestration should be congratulated for not going for anything small. (But then Rieu’s shindigs always lean toward the spectacular anyway: “small” would be out of place.)

…Whew.

Tagged: precious

Source: music-holic