Having to sleep with the window open sucks because everytime I’m just about to drop off some cat outside makes the most satanic noise.
“Claiming there is no other life in the universe is like scooping up some water, looking at the cup and claiming there are no whales in the ocean.”Neil deGrasse Tyson in response to “Aliens can’t exist because we haven’t found them yet” (via weedbrain)
You've got sucker's luck
Have you given up?
I was never interested in looking at that story of brave slaves who rebelled and escaped. I like those stories. I think there are many of those stories, both in film and in book. I’m fascinated by the extent to which people don’t run away. I think if you look around us, that is the remarkable fact - How much we accept what fate has given us. Sometimes it’s just passivity; sometimes it’s just simply perspective - We don’t have the perspective to think about running away. And ultimately I was looking for a metaphor for how we face mortality. We can’t escape from the fact that we only have a limited amount of time.
Kazuo Ishiguro, talking about his book Never Let Me Go
with Funny Or Die, Zach Galifianakis, Ted Danson
Can this be a real thing???? Please??????
“He’s a sort of athletic, courtly, sophisticated European. I wanted to dress him with a feeling of the past and tradition and a rich heritage, but in looks that are also really appealing to the contemporary eye.”
Hannibal’s attire is dominated by three piece suits, elaborate, Deckard-type ties, pocket puffs and textured shirts. Slim-legged pants, “with an almost Edwardian fit,” Hargadon says, paired with piqued-lapelled jackets, round out the character’s custom-made wardrobe. With few exceptions—a few cashmere sweaters, going tieless while working with the FBI in the field, or prepping for dirty kitchen work in an apron—the doctor is the perfect picture of a refined sociopath. In regards to the character’s palette, Hargadon worked with paler color schemes at the season’s start, but implemented darker tones to reflect the increasingly ominous story line.
“I started him very light and approachable looking,” the designer says. “As he unmasks himself over the 13 episodes, he becomes much darker—but always sophisticated.” - Christopher Hargadon. (Hannibal Costume Designer)