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15

Oct

sora-namari:

PSYCHO-PASS the movie

stagsantlers:

exam season is here once again so here’s a set of playlists to listen to while you’re cramming all that information in at 3am.
study, study study; part i
i. 1901 (pheonix cover) - birdy / ii. narcissus is back - christine and the queens / iii. what’s the matter - milo greene / iv. fear - one republic / v. shelter - the xx / vi. wonderwall (oasis cover) - ed sheeran / vii. higher love - james vincent mcmorrow / viii. girls and alcohol - rediscover / ix. run - daughter / x. perfectly aligned - milo greene / xi. poison & wine - the civil wars / xii. the fear - ben howard / xiii. how can you swallow so much sleep - bombay bicycle club / xiv. amsterdam - imagine dragons
study study study; part ii
i. i can’t make you love me/nick of time - bon iver / ii. landfill - daughter / iii. falling - florence + the machine / iv. the suburbs (arcade fire cover) - mr little jeans / v. fool of me (feat. chet faker) - say lou lou / vi. shadows - au revoir simone / vii. absence - clarke / viii. night time - the xx / ix. your song - ellie goulding / x. skinny love (bon iver cover) - birdy / xi. tides - the xx / xii. get lucky (daft punk cover) - daughter / xiii. maybe you - say lou lou
study study study; part iii
i. candles - daughter / ii. lights (ellie goulding cover) - wanderhouse / iii. shelter (xx cover) - birdy / iv. sadseasong - a fine frenzy / v. in the shallows - daughter / vi. oblivion - bastille / vii. my father’s father - the civil wars / viii. wake me up - ed sheeran / ix. laura palmer (abbey road sessions) - bastille / x. give me love - ed sheeran
study sounds
i. i giorni - ludovico einaudi / ii. opus 37 - dustin o’halloran / iii. goldmund - threnody ensemble / iv. your hands are cold - dario marianello / v. the winter - balmorhea / vi. vladamir’s blues - max richter / vii. hymn of nature - jon schmidt / viii. to build a home (instrumental version) - the cinematic orchestra / ix. woods of chaos - rob costlow / x. we move lightly - dustin o’halloran / xi. arrival of the birds & transformation - the cinematic orchestra / xii. always summer - hannah therese esquillo

stagsantlers:

exam season is here once again so here’s a set of playlists to listen to while you’re cramming all that information in at 3am.

study, study study; part i

i. 1901 (pheonix cover) - birdy / ii. narcissus is back - christine and the queens / iii. what’s the matter - milo greene / iv. fear - one republic / v. shelter - the xx / vi. wonderwall (oasis cover) - ed sheeran / vii. higher love - james vincent mcmorrow / viii. girls and alcohol - rediscover / ix. run - daughter / x. perfectly aligned - milo greene / xi. poison & wine - the civil wars / xii. the fear - ben howard / xiii. how can you swallow so much sleep - bombay bicycle club / xiv. amsterdam - imagine dragons

study study study; part ii

i. i can’t make you love me/nick of time - bon iver / ii. landfill - daughter / iii. falling - florence + the machine / iv. the suburbs (arcade fire cover) - mr little jeans / v. fool of me (feat. chet faker) - say lou lou / vi. shadows - au revoir simone / vii. absence - clarke / viii. night time - the xx / ix. your song - ellie goulding / x. skinny love (bon iver cover) - birdy / xi. tides - the xx / xii. get lucky (daft punk cover) - daughter / xiii. maybe you - say lou lou

study study study; part iii

i. candles - daughter / ii. lights (ellie goulding cover) - wanderhouse / iii. shelter (xx cover) - birdy / iv. sadseasong - a fine frenzy / v. in the shallows - daughter / vi. oblivion - bastille / vii. my father’s father - the civil wars / viii. wake me up - ed sheeran / ix. laura palmer (abbey road sessions) - bastille / x. give me love - ed sheeran

study sounds

i. i giorni - ludovico einaudi / ii. opus 37 - dustin o’halloran / iii. goldmund - threnody ensemble / iv. your hands are cold - dario marianello / v. the winter - balmorhea / vi. vladamir’s blues - max richter / vii. hymn of nature - jon schmidt / viii. to build a home (instrumental version) - the cinematic orchestra / ix. woods of chaos - rob costlow / x. we move lightly - dustin o’halloran / xi. arrival of the birds & transformation - the cinematic orchestra / xii. always summer - hannah therese esquillo

jaclcfrost:

like when two characters obviously, clearly, blatantly love each other you can debate and have differing opinions on what kind of love it is all you want

you can take it as romantic

you can take it as platonic

but never forget that fact that they’re still close that they still have a strong relationship and have bonded with each other and

it’s still love

(Source: daciio)

Would u rather fight three nerds or a determined elementary school kid

malatruse:

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things to remember:

  • nerds are drift compatible and move in synch
  • kid has gone toe to toe with a kangaroo and lived
marauders4evr:

This is one of the first things that I thought of when I saw that Book 4 of LOK would be set three years later.
If you were twelve when ATLA first came out, then nine year later, you’re going to be twenty-one when LOK ends. Which means that you were the same age as Aang when ATLA started and the same age as Korra when LOK finished.
And I don’t believe that this is a coincidence at all.

marauders4evr:

This is one of the first things that I thought of when I saw that Book 4 of LOK would be set three years later.

If you were twelve when ATLA first came out, then nine year later, you’re going to be twenty-one when LOK ends. Which means that you were the same age as Aang when ATLA started and the same age as Korra when LOK finished.

And I don’t believe that this is a coincidence at all.

13

Oct

Gino’s smiles || 1x13 to Present 
➥ "I don’t like how my face looks."

(Source: geenozah)

12

Oct

toasticles:

The beautiful Blu-ray covers for my all time favorite anime, The Tatami Galaxy. These were illustrated by Yusuke Nakamura, who is most notable for his cover designs for Asian Kung-Fu Generation.

Remember that we lived.

(Source: yuukihara)

ironinkpen:

"You’re going to get through this."

In story-telling industries in general, girls and women usually aren’t handled all that well. They act as love interests and plot devices. They’re lucky if they get to beat a minor villain, really. The girl who happens to be prominent enough to be a main character? Well, she has to be tough, right? Super tough. Angry all the time, so that her love interest can break her shell. So, let’s, uh, kill her mom! That’ll totally work we are such geniuses.

The fact that Korra, who is the main character of her titular series, gets to be strong and tough and brave and have such a caring, supportive relationship with her mother is so, so amazing and I’m super happy about it.