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this

I know this bitter, salty taste, these dry, cracked lips. It’s the taste of self inducing five weeks of misery, solitude, and sleepless nights. It’s the taste of leaving behind everything I want for the sake of a future of stability and everything that the present is not. Maybe it’s just my own bitterness.

My ethics professor would be ashamed.

The immorality of this country has astounded me yet again with the debate of the legalization of prostitution.

I hereby solemnly swear that I will leave this country when I am able to.

bryankonietzko:

Jeremy posted an incredible cue from the Book 2 finale. I can’t express how grateful I am to be able to work with this immensely, uniquely talented composer, and to call him a close friend. I was in the kitchen of the Nickelodeon studios yesterday and the second episode of Avatar was playing on Nicktoons. I hadn’t seen it in a long time, and as much as I love ALL of the music he did for Avatar, it was incredible to hear just how far Jeremy’s scores have come since then. I think this cue, “Jinora’s Light,” is a perfect example of the sublime subtlety and reserved confidence that permeates his work now.

Home is where the heart is, and my heart is with you.

Snow falling on the twentieth winter, heralds the beginning of silence.
The air, cold with bitter dissent, endows comfort in your arms and panacea in your warmth.

pinkperv:

drvalkyrie:

pupmutt:

Please watch this

I SAW THIS EPISODE AS A KID AND NO ONE BELIEVED ME WHEN I TOLD THEM ABOUT IT.

HIS FACE

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justlikebudapestagain:

I read somewhere that this character had a really long and hard to pronounce name, but John Cleese couldn’t say it so he just said Tim instead and they ran with it.

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ladyjeeves:

sharkchunks:

Simon Stålenhag

At a glance I thought these were photos and slowly realised they weren’t. They incite intense curiosity in me and I dig that. 

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