Sarcasm of Daria, part 2.
and the first one.
Daria was one of the very few characters on TV that I felt like I related to in middle/high school. I still love rewatching old episodes!
As an 80s kid perhaps the one detail in Guardians of the Galaxy that required the most suspension of disbelief was a cassette tape surviving 28 years without turning squeaky or getting tangled, stretched, or wound too tight. I mean, Peter should have at least had a Number 2 pencil on him.
YESSSSSSS I KEPT THINKING THIS!!! HOW IS IT STILL WORKING?!? THE TAPE WOULD HAVE TANGLED OR SNAPPED A DECADE AGO.
Otherwise the movie was basically perfection.
How do guys you keep it together on set? How do you get anything done? x
This interview is solid gold.
Melinda May Appreciation Week ✪ Day 3 - Favorite Relationship
Sometimes Pepper forgets what her friends’ jobs are.
I never tire of these. I really hope we get to see all the ladies hanging out in Ultron.
(It would be nice to get one that’s a Bechdel pass, just for funsies.)
This week, it’s time to deal with your “too much stuff” situation. Each day this week, find ten things you can get rid of. It can be legitimate trash, broken stuff, clothes that are unwearable, near-empty bottles of stuff that can be used up, whatever. The point is to find ten extra things every day and get them recycled, donated, or thrown out.
This this this. I need to do this so badly. I’m going to keep track in my little notebook. So far today I’ve thrown away two small things…baby steps!
Awesome NYC picture. Such a bitter-sweet day saying goodbye to @ashpags
Stupid good friends moving to stupid other countries for stupid good job opportunities. >.<
The Rainbow ESB for Pride, though, was really beautiful.
nervous-breakdown-hat’s fully integrated #shelfie.
books+cooking+art supplies = awesomeness!
Hey look! It’s my apartment (circa last year).
Pretty! And so much light in your place—jealous!
Also, I think this is an NYC thing, to have multiple things on your bookshelves like this. In other cities I’ve lived in, mine were all books. Now I have one that is mostly books and comics and magazines but the top shelf is the “linen closet” with towels and stuff. And another one has books, observing stuff (red flashlight, binoculars, etc.), and the “laundry room”. A third has the “craft room” (not including yarn, obvs, just paper crafting). I need more room for books, and keep thinking I should move the non-book things off the BOOKshelves, but there isn’t anywhere else for that stuff to go…
Do people in other places do that? Or is it a uniquely NYC/tiny apartment thing?
What reader species are you?
This is epically awesome.
This is fantastic.
I’m definitely “It’s Complicated”. A Book Worshipper/Hoarder/Library Lover/Book-Buster/Underliner & Scribbler/Re-Reader/Multitasker/Omnireader/App Happy/Comfort Reader/Kindle Convert/Traveling Reader/Sleepy Bedtime Reader/Audiobook Listener/Cross-Under Mutt.
Neil deGrasse Tyson is not impressed with all your sexism.
Neil deGrasse Tyson, call out bullshit and judging you for it.
I have serious love and respect for the Harvard Computers, since I work in the Harvard archives frequently. I was so pleased to see them featured on Cosmos, especially Cecilia and Annie, and I hope we get more about Henrietta in a future episode. They are rockstars and people need to know more about them!