Monday, July 21, 2014
oscar-moreau:

here’s the FUN babysitter

Fukushima’s fashion sense is basically a salad bowl of ’70s sci fi movies and shirts emblazoned with words in a language he doesn’t understand.

oscar-moreau:

here’s the FUN babysitter

Fukushima’s fashion sense is basically a salad bowl of ’70s sci fi movies and shirts emblazoned with words in a language he doesn’t understand.

Friday, July 4, 2014

Tatiana Maslany counts down her five favorite moments from season two of Orphan Black [x]

(Source: fuckyesorphanblack)

Friday, June 13, 2014
I just came back from Wicked and it was so. fucking. good.
I’m especially ecstatic that I caught the show while the pride edition of the playbill was running, in solidarity with NYC Pride.

I just came back from Wicked and it was so. fucking. good.

I’m especially ecstatic that I caught the show while the pride edition of the playbill was running, in solidarity with NYC Pride.

Wednesday, May 28, 2014
This summer’s gonna be awesome. Gon’ write shitloads of poetry and consume more coffee than is healthy for me.

This summer’s gonna be awesome. Gon’ write shitloads of poetry and consume more coffee than is healthy for me.

Wednesday, May 21, 2014 Monday, May 19, 2014

oscar-moreau:

Nezumi Yasuhiro - NJSDF Squad Leader in Rep N Red

Nezumi was groomed by his dad, Toushi “the Rat” Yasuhiro, to become the perfect successor to his political empire.  He was even named after his father’s less-than-friendly epithet. The grooming kind of half worked; what Dad ended up with was a young adult who was good at shooting people from a distance but not so good at communicating with them.

Nez sometimes gets the feeling he may not be as good at this stuff as he thinks he is, but that can’t be true, right? He’s been raised for this, it’s his life. He has a team, even if they’re basically all the unaffiliated young people the NJSDF didn’t know what to do with. 

The point is, Nezumi is a Very Important Person (or might be someday) who wears a lot of suits and watches classic movies when no one’s looking. So many movies. Probably a million.

amielleon:

fierceawakening:

needsmoarwhatever:

ultrafunnypictures:

One of the best examples of artistic integrity on a corporate scale.

I can’t be the only one who finds it interesting that “product of its time” is being used directly alongside “still wrong back then”. Most (privileged, white) people use “product of its time” to avoid admitting that something was wrong regardless of its era and to excuse their repeating it.

This is so important, you guys. Far too often people talk like “products of their time” should be buried or hidden and go unviewed.
I don’t think that’s true. I think it’s not only good but also important to look at things made in the past and consider them with knowledge of their context. Not to excuse their context or claim their context doesn’t matter, but because it’s only through knowing about it that we can truly understand not only history, but the past of the things we love.
Adding a disclaimer disavowing those old views (but accepting responsibility by acknowledging that they matter) is a really awesome way to acknowledge that.

This is really great. Does anyone know what the cartoon in question is?
EDIT: According to Google, Looney Tunes. And in one release, this disclaimer was narrated by Whoopi Goldberg.

amielleon:

fierceawakening:

needsmoarwhatever:

ultrafunnypictures:

One of the best examples of artistic integrity on a corporate scale.

I can’t be the only one who finds it interesting that “product of its time” is being used directly alongside “still wrong back then”. Most (privileged, white) people use “product of its time” to avoid admitting that something was wrong regardless of its era and to excuse their repeating it.

This is so important, you guys. Far too often people talk like “products of their time” should be buried or hidden and go unviewed.

I don’t think that’s true. I think it’s not only good but also important to look at things made in the past and consider them with knowledge of their context. Not to excuse their context or claim their context doesn’t matter, but because it’s only through knowing about it that we can truly understand not only history, but the past of the things we love.

Adding a disclaimer disavowing those old views (but accepting responsibility by acknowledging that they matter) is a really awesome way to acknowledge that.

This is really great. Does anyone know what the cartoon in question is?

EDIT: According to Google, Looney Tunes. And in one release, this disclaimer was narrated by Whoopi Goldberg.

Thursday, May 15, 2014

notlostonanadventure:

mellowblueness:

abc has picked up the first sitcom featuring an asian american family for the first time in 20 years

and it’s HILARIOUS

Agent Carter, How to Get Away with Murder and then this?

Hot damn, ABC is on fire this fall

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

zebablah:

thetopofthecity:

this may be the greatest upfronts trailer of all time

SLAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYY