shappeyhappy:

"never apply logic to Doctor Wh-"

nO MOTHERFUCKER I WANT A CERTAIN SOMEONE TO BE HELD ACCOUNTABLE FOR HIS SHITTY WRITING AND FOR TURNING MY FAVORITE SHOW INTO AN ILLOGICAL MASS FILLED WITH “IMPOSSIBLE GIRLS” AND “BLOCKBUSTER PLOTS”

leawrences:

Dascha Polanco  attends Tracy Reese Fashion Show NYFW (September 7th 2014)

officialjeffgoldblum:

if you are lgbt+ reblog this i have a secret to tell u

lilcochina:

Yet ppl don’t understand how white privilege still exists in brown n black countries

lilcochina:

Yet ppl don’t understand how white privilege still exists in brown n black countries

justanotherpalestinian:

White people praising Humans of New York for ‘humanizing’ the people of the Middle East… what the fuck did you think they were before? Terrorists? Savages? Extremists? Subhumans? It needed to take a white guy with a camera for you all to realize that our people are humans with lives that your fucking government destroyed.

Everyone is so loud here, and there are loud people outside, and I physically cannot deal with this. I can’t do it.

mymotheristherepublic:

Psst guys I’m one follower away from 200 am I one of the cool kids now?

ralphsmotorbike:

Ralph Richardson and Margaret Leighton in Cyrano de Bergerac, the Old Vic, 1946-1947. Ralph’s performance was hailed by critics for his lyricism and poetry. But of course he was still Ralph. During one show, a cast member bumped into his face and was admonished, “Do watch it, old fellow. If the old conk goes it rather buggers up the piece.”

Ralph was appearing as Cyrano when his knighthood was announced in the New Year’s Honor’s List of 1947. “He got a fantastic reception when he first came on. He gave a performance which the whole cast was watching the whole time, it rose above anything he’d ever done before, it was unbelievable.” He received a great ovation at the end, and in a brief curtain speech he spoke of his pleasure in receiving “an honor I don’t really deserve.”

Like all of Ralph’s legendary Old Vic performances, Cyrano was not recorded at the time. Nearly 20 years later, Ralph recorded a complete LP performance on Caedmon Records (with Anna Massey and John Fraser). The audio of the balcony scene is on YouTube. You can still hear the beauty of Ralph’s performance and marvel at what it must’ve been like on the stage.

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=h0u1DCb4Orw

theperksofbeingabooknerd:

OHMYGOD okay but picture this

fem!slash Cyrano de Bergerac. the whole love triangle is all girls instead of two guys in love with the same girl