rogerackroyd:

The Hour

One finds tiny acts of rebellion where one can.

samanticshift:

chasewoods:

The Events in Ferguson will one day make a great movie for white people to feel guilty about and give an academy award to

and the story will revolve around a white journalist who ultimately realizes that wow, we’re all human

The road is long.The path uncertain.For so many of us, the journey is one of solitude.We tell ourselves we must walk this arduous road alone.Face whatever comes, no matter how terrible.Some of us call on angels to spread their wings and protect us.Others long to see the path, hoping they will come to know the way through the Lord’s nourishment.What if we are shown the way? Will we continue on this road, alone, blind, and afraid? Or will we have the strength to follow his path?

In the finale Ron says, “You two like to hold hands and jump off of cliffs together,” and I thought that was really sweet and really true. It’s a great thing to see on TV: a couple you’re rooting for that is unafraid of challenges. Instead, they want to go head first into them together. They’re both nerds and both a little weird, and it’s nice to have this relationship that is really, really solid, and will hopefully be able to withstand whatever challenges stand in its way. — Adam Scott

wabby994:

ok but consider this

  • bi characters whose most defining trait isn’t flirting with everyone they meet

knot-all-men:

allydia for my not-very-punk-au

previously:

scott & stiles

derek & stiles

Keira Knightley photographed by Patrick Demarchelier for Interview Magazine (September 2014)

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