arrestedwesteros:

George Sr: There’s always money in the banana stand.
Top Banana - 1x02
submission from justinoaksford

arrestedwesteros:

George Sr: There’s always money in the banana stand.

Top Banana - 1x02

submission from justinoaksford

mylittleblackhawk:

round 1 game 3 in Detroit Pony Rask learned about a tradition red wings fans have. 

that part of being a grown up

that part of being a grown up where you see a kid being an asshole in that same way you were always an asshole and knowing nothing you (or anyone else) could say will make a real difference (because the only thing that actually helped you understand the world was time) is both unbelievably frustrating and amazingly clarifying

mylittleblackhawk:

Hawks vs Blues, Uni-Kane vs Oshicorn. this rivalry runs deep and we know why. 

mylittleblackhawk:

Hawks vs Blues, Uni-Kane vs Oshicorn. this rivalry runs deep and we know why. 

oh god here comes trouble

well, steve/sam has dragged me back to tumblr after two plus years away (fuuuuuuck) so if anyone feels like offering up a prompt to two, i will try to shake the dust off ye olde fic machine

*insert sound of avengingvelociraptortimelord laughing hysterically in the back ground*

akadaniel:

gq:

GQ’s Badasses of the Year:The Men of Breaking Bad
Our culture critic  Tom Carson on the AMC meth-dealer-in-the-desert epic’s ensemble cast and its mesmerizing fourth season:

With just one season left to go, Breaking Bad has shifted  from being all about Bryan Cranston’s triple-Emmy’d (so far) lead  performance to the best ensemble show on TV. This year, we were spun  around four compromised points of the male compass: brains (the  increasingly Machiavellian Walt), ego (Giancarlo Esposito’s drug kingpin  Gus), heart (Aaron Paul’s Jesse, Walt’s reluctant sorcerer’s  apprentice), and pure testosterone (Dean Norris as Hank, Walt’s  DEA-agent brother-in-law—who’s got a supernally wise dark-side twin in  Jonathan Banks, Gus’s head enforcer). Which one we get off on most says  as much about us as picking our favorite Beatle.

[Photograph  by Robert Maxwell]

these boys…

akadaniel:

gq:

GQ’s Badasses of the Year:
The Men of Breaking Bad

Our culture critic  Tom Carson on the AMC meth-dealer-in-the-desert epic’s ensemble cast and its mesmerizing fourth season:

With just one season left to go, Breaking Bad has shifted from being all about Bryan Cranston’s triple-Emmy’d (so far) lead performance to the best ensemble show on TV. This year, we were spun around four compromised points of the male compass: brains (the increasingly Machiavellian Walt), ego (Giancarlo Esposito’s drug kingpin Gus), heart (Aaron Paul’s Jesse, Walt’s reluctant sorcerer’s apprentice), and pure testosterone (Dean Norris as Hank, Walt’s DEA-agent brother-in-law—who’s got a supernally wise dark-side twin in Jonathan Banks, Gus’s head enforcer). Which one we get off on most says as much about us as picking our favorite Beatle.

[Photograph by Robert Maxwell]

these boys…

thedailywhat:

Very Mary-Kate Season Three Premiere of the Day: As promised, Very Mary-Kate is totally back and stuff! Fat Professor returns for the first episode of Elaine Carroll’s critically acclaimed web series, in which Mary-Kate gets legitsies philosophical. 

[verymarykate.]

thedailywhat:

Celebrity Sighting of the Day: Daniel Day-Lewis was spotted today in Richmond, Virginia’s Arcadia restaurant in character as Abraham Lincoln.
Day-Lewis is set to play the Great Emancipator in a 2012 biopic being directed by Steven Spielberg.
According to one snoop, Day-Lewis has apparently been in character since March, and is so committed to the role that “[h]is real name doesn’t even appear on the call sheet.”
[@uvamichael / richmond.]

thedailywhat:

Celebrity Sighting of the Day: Daniel Day-Lewis was spotted today in Richmond, Virginia’s Arcadia restaurant in character as Abraham Lincoln.

Day-Lewis is set to play the Great Emancipator in a 2012 biopic being directed by Steven Spielberg.

According to one snoop, Day-Lewis has apparently been in character since March, and is so committed to the role that “[h]is real name doesn’t even appear on the call sheet.”

[@uvamichaelrichmond.]


“Madness and greatness were two sides of the same coin and every time a new Targaryen was born, the gods would toss the coin in the air and the world would hold its breath to see how it would land”

“Madness and greatness were two sides of the same coin and every time a new Targaryen was born, the gods would toss the coin in the air and the world would hold its breath to see how it would land”