Peter Capaldi on keeping Doctor Who a secret - The Graham Norton Show: Series 16 Episode 1 - BBC One

angiefsutton:

My review of the BBC Films movie “Pride”, starring Bill Nighy, Andrew Scott, Dominic West (who rocks in this), and Imelda Staunton - just to name a few - is now up on my theatre blog. 

Have you seen Pride yet? You should. Read my review to see why.

"Bangs are the moustaches of the face."

- seen on a sandwich board sign outside of a hair stylist in Los Angeles

Tags: quotes

{As part of Throwback Thursday, I’m posting this piece I wrote May 16, 2011, for my LiveJournal blog. I am planning to slowly move over anything of substance from LiveJournal over here, with plans on turning the LiveJournal into something else.}

What Should I Do With My Life? The True Story of People Who Answered the Ultimate Question, by Po Bronson. Published 2002 by Random House. 370 pages, ISBN 978-0345485922. Buy at Amazon.com.

I wasn’t intending on writing about this book. It had been on my list of books to read for a long time, so long where I can’t even remember where I had heard about it or why it had been on my list other than remembering it was a ‘career’-type book that was recommended for people looking for meaning in their career.

xfaults:

xfaults:

there’s a website called avoidhumans.com that can let you look up local public places that aren’t crowded.

just reposting for any of my followers who haven’t seen this! i love you all

This is awesome!

(via emthought)

thistie:

Fargo: behind the scenes with Martin Freeman (2014)

Bonus:

Some great Allison Tolman bits in there, too.

(via thefreemanwizard)

thedoubleclicks:

bonniegrrl:

I’ve never been more attracted to Colin Firth than I am now.

OH. YES.

"This idea that back then we had made a ‘gay’ movie, [Megan] was a ‘gay’ cheerleader, and now I’m a ‘gay’ prisoner … is such a glaring injustice. You would never say, ‘Oh what’s this movie about?’ ‘It’s this guy, he’s a straight lawyer and he falls for this straight doctor and they go on a straight honeymoon.’"

Natasha Lyonne speaking about But I’m A Cheerleader, Orange is the New Black, and what we really say when we call shows with LGBT characters “gay shows.” (via the Huffington Post)

(Source: gaywrites, via ffsmartin)

"Well, my portfolio is pretty much tied up in food and shelter, Dan."

Sports Night

(and my thoughts most of the times when I see requests for money)

secret-slayer:

angiefsutton:

cumberbatchitis:

i-am-sher-lock-ed:

Do you lose followers when you mention your age?

Are you *gasp* over the age of thirty?*

Then have we got the group for you! Yessire, JuneJuly15 and I hereby name ourselves founders of the ‘Elderly Bloggers Club’! Come one, come all! We will sit around in our rocking…

And how fast the young ones are! They go clickety-click all the time, while I arthritically reblog one post per minute.

They don’t know of a time where you had to build your site on GeoCities (or Angelfire, if you were LUCKY!) if you wanted your fanfic out in the world, dealing with YahooGroups where you had to wait all of ten minutes sometimes to catch up to the conversation.

GPOY, as the kids say… wait, do the kids still say that?

Kids … lawn. Get off of. ;-)

Which - speaking of old websites, am I the only one who remembers slashscity? That’s where I had my website based back in the day. 

cumberbatchitis:

i-am-sher-lock-ed:

Do you lose followers when you mention your age?

Are you *gasp* over the age of thirty?*

Then have we got the group for you! Yessire, JuneJuly15 and I hereby name ourselves founders of the ‘Elderly Bloggers Club’! Come one, come all! We will sit around in our rocking…

And how fast the young ones are! They go clickety-click all the time, while I arthritically reblog one post per minute.

They don’t know of a time where you had to build your site on GeoCities (or Angelfire, if you were LUCKY!) if you wanted your fanfic out in the world, dealing with YahooGroups where you had to wait all of ten minutes sometimes to catch up to the conversation.

DOCTOR WHO’s Peter Capaldi on the Hardest Part of Being The Doctor - BBC AMERICA Exclusive

Capaldi impresses me more and more….

As part of Throwback Thursday, I’m posting this piece I wrote April 4, 2014, for my LiveJournal blog. I am planning to slowly move over anything of substance from LiveJournal over here, with plans on turning the LiveJournal into something else.

It’s an unassuming little store in a quiet little town. The outside looks like a stereotypical hunting lodge or camp cabin, mixed with a standard suburb strip mall – the only thing that makes it truly unique being the giant red X alight in neon. But it’s the sign outside that advertises the contents of the store (supermarket, liquor & wine, deli, humidor, and 99 cent store) that gives just a hint of the absurd wonderfulness that is the Red X store in Riverside, Missouri, nestled in the suburb of the Kansas City metropolitan area.

Go to the link to read the whole piece.

Trope Name?

So, there’s gotta be a name for this trope: I had NO problem believing in a talking raccoon and a fully sentient tree, but the moment he pulled out that Walkman x amount of years later, with it still running (where do you get AA batteries in space?), with the tape and the foam headphone covers that fell apart if you LOOKED at them funny still pristine - THAT stretched my sense of disbelief…..

fallontonight:

To counter all the bad news being reported, The Tonight Show asked NBC news anchors across the U.S. to read stories that make us happy!

(via anyonelisteningwhoeveryouare)