jillstrif:

disneydamselestelle:

Frozen is the first movie to show depressed charact-

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Frozen is the first movie to be about an outcast-

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Frozen is the first movie with magic-

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Frozen is the first movie with a dysfunctional fam-

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Frozen is the first to not have love at first sight-

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Frozen is the first Disney movie to teach girls they don’t need to be saved by-

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Frozen is the first movie where the princess isn’t only focused on marrying a prince-

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Frozen is the first-

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YES

theheroheart:

sushigal007:

a-creepy-wholockian:

phoenix-aflame:

benjaminminu:

How the fuck did he get hired there giving his name as “The Doctor”?

Im pretty sure he either used psychic paper or said “fuck it” and just made his own name tag and pretended he was hired.

I have one of those Doctor Who books that gives extra info on stuff and someone made up the application he sent to get hired and you really have to find it and see it because it’s pure gold. He put his age as like 1,200 and crossed it out and put 50 or something then wrote “Is that too high?” and crossed that out too and just wrote 29

I know I already reblogged it, but I had a feeling I’d seen that application IRL, so I dug out my books and went looking.

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i cant

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bigmamag:

livelongandgetiton:

ormondhsacker:

christinefuckingchapel:

is that you hobby lobby

Am I the only one that’s a just a tiny bit pissed off that this is still an issue?

The Original Series wasn’t even in the general VICINITY of fucking around yo

OKAY, so you know I care about reboot and all, despite its problems, because that shit got me into Star Trek in the first place. But you wanna know its major problem? It’s not good science fiction. It’s an action movie in space. GOOD science fiction is the original fucking series, right here.

They took a social issue that was HIGHLY TABOO and made a show about it because you can get away with that kind of thing by putting it on another planet and just having the Enterprise point the bullshit out. It’s 2014 and this argument is sadly still relevant. And do you know why it’s still relevant? Because the average person isn’t well-educated in social issues. They’re well-educated in summer blockbusters. We need more science fiction that broadens the mind and just doesn’t pit good vs. evil. Star Wars is where you go for great action adventure, good vs. evil. Star Trek was wholly separate because it was concerned with the human condition and the state of the future.

In short, I will roundhouse kick anyone in the face that calls the original series a silly 60s camp show with no entertainment value. It made me contemplate my very existence and it did so on the budget of a bologna sandwich.

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knightofiris:

hextrudedcubes:

unmutekurloz:

pyralsnout:

itsstuckyinmyhead:

Pluto Tumblr Posts photoset

(You’re welcome)

OHANA MEANS FAMILY
VIVA LA PLUTO FUCK YOU

PLUTO IS CRYING

What about Ceres, huh? What about Eris and MakeMake? What about the MOONS? I think Pluto is perfectly fine not being a planet. Ya’ll just planetist bigots.

Pluto is a sub planet, its too big to be a moon, but too small to be a planet. Pluto is all by its lonesome at the edge of the universe with no one to be with because he’s too big to play with the moons, but can’t play with the planets anymore.

tl;dr Viva la Pluto

luna-whiskers:

sdklr:

Can we take a moment to talk about this frame? Not the animation — which unfortunately reached its apogee of hilariousness right at that exact moment — I mean the image itself. Though I despair of Crystal’s Shitennou developing personalities, Queen Beryl continues to surprise me. She doubts. She speculates. And she shows up on the battlefield and bears Zoisite away in her arms.
Indeed, it’s her relationship to the Four — epitomized in this frame — that’s been, for me at least, the most interesting aspect of Crystal’s take on the Dark Kingdom. While heavily influenced by the manga (with perhaps a whiff of PGSM), there’s an innocence to Beryl’s interactions with the Shitennou that seems new. If I were to find a word to describe her manner toward them, it would be… maternal.  They’re like a brood to her. She scolds them, she orders them about, but she does so without malice. She expects great things of them, as any mother would of her sons. And they — or at least Zoisite — defend her without hesitation.
And then we get this remarkable frame of Beryl carrying Zoisite into a hole in the sky. The image is dripping with allusion: the maternal figure cradling a young man’s limp body; the sky opening above them into what would seem like heaven. This is a dark Pietà, no mistake, and Beryl is its Madonna.

Yes! It is fascinating to me how Beryl is so different in each medium, and the biggest difference is in how she treats her Shitennou. Manga Beryl did not seem to care one way or the other about them, classic anime Beryl was ready to kill them at the slightest infraction. PGSM Beryl had different rules for each of them, giving more leeway to the ones who worked better without oversight, but also quick to punish with pain. This is something we’ve never seen before. A Beryl who cares about her Shitennou. Who actually fights to protect them. Whose response to failure is the chiding of a student who messed up instead of a soldier who deserves punishment.

luna-whiskers:

sdklr:

Can we take a moment to talk about this frame? Not the animation — which unfortunately reached its apogee of hilariousness right at that exact moment — I mean the image itself. Though I despair of Crystal’s Shitennou developing personalities, Queen Beryl continues to surprise me. She doubts. She speculates. And she shows up on the battlefield and bears Zoisite away in her arms.

Indeed, it’s her relationship to the Four — epitomized in this frame — that’s been, for me at least, the most interesting aspect of Crystal’s take on the Dark Kingdom. While heavily influenced by the manga (with perhaps a whiff of PGSM), there’s an innocence to Beryl’s interactions with the Shitennou that seems new. If I were to find a word to describe her manner toward them, it would be… maternal.  They’re like a brood to her. She scolds them, she orders them about, but she does so without malice. She expects great things of them, as any mother would of her sons. And they — or at least Zoisite — defend her without hesitation.

And then we get this remarkable frame of Beryl carrying Zoisite into a hole in the sky. The image is dripping with allusion: the maternal figure cradling a young man’s limp body; the sky opening above them into what would seem like heaven. This is a dark Pietà, no mistake, and Beryl is its Madonna.

Yes! It is fascinating to me how Beryl is so different in each medium, and the biggest difference is in how she treats her Shitennou. Manga Beryl did not seem to care one way or the other about them, classic anime Beryl was ready to kill them at the slightest infraction. PGSM Beryl had different rules for each of them, giving more leeway to the ones who worked better without oversight, but also quick to punish with pain.

This is something we’ve never seen before. A Beryl who cares about her Shitennou. Who actually fights to protect them. Whose response to failure is the chiding of a student who messed up instead of a soldier who deserves punishment.