Hello, my name is Maya and I caved to peer pressure and made a tumblr. Maybe someday I'll figure out what the heck I'm doing here. Until then, I will be a hopelessly multi-fandom blog.
Kind of disappointed with Larisa’s actress. She just… stood there, talking to Abigail. I got the impression they were supposed to be intimate friends, but. Well, I don’t know, maybe the lack of physical contact was supposed to be indicative that she was creeped out by Abigail now, but everything else about the use of the character indicates that she was supposed to be the one stalwart companion. With that in mind, a shoulder bump at some of the jokes, some varying body language, and especially being able to face Abigail head-on. She never once turned fully toward Abigail, when they were standing together, and seemed to have trouble looking her in the eye.
Well. Who knows.
Today, Amazon announced the imminent launch of its newest endeavor, Kindle Worlds, a publishing platform for fanfiction. When I read the announcement, I was horrified, then angry, then sad. I want to take a moment to explain why this is such a tragedy.
Abigail is reading a psychology textbook. Why? Was she taking a class? Is it related to her trauma? Does she just have an interest?
I think I’m really going to like this character.
Well now we know why they can’t find the girls’ bodies.
Interesting philosophy, and it’s cool to see how it compares to Hannibal’s. I wonder how Hobbs coped with having killed the last girl without honouring her. I guess the apology was enough…? Or maybe he doesn’t have quite the same feelings about deer and girls he eats in order to symbolically consume his daughter. Well he’s dead now, so I guess it doesn’t really matter.
I keep on expecting there to be a girl on the table every time Abigail turns back with the knife.
If Abigail was involved in her dad’s worse hunting habits, I’m just gonna alk;jgdaoioiamak no. I’ve gotten way too attached to a comatose girl.
Involving her in the hunt when the hunt was about her just feels wrong. He wouldn’t do that, it would defeat the purpose. But she didn’t look happy about making that shot, and in this show it’s very hard to tell if deer or really people.
alkgjk Thank you! It’s great to know I’m amusing someone.
I’ve given up thinking I understand any of these characters even a little bit, which is kind of a refreshing feeling. Not understanding Hannibal feels like it should be a ‘yay! Free not psycho card!’ but it doesn’t.
I think I’ll start watching again. I’ve already eaten dinner (without any red meat) so I should be good…
i wanted to draw longer haired grantaire and shorter haired enjolras again, and also wanted coloring practice, so here we go!
enjolras’ hairstyle was inspired a lot by how pilferingapples draws enjolras and by this guy’s hair
Wait, MY art inspired anything about YOURS?
e-excuse, must douse my head before the blush actually burns through my cheeks.
(because this is gorgeous your art is always SO GORGEOUS and you make the prettiest pretty Enjolras and even get those #$%#! jacket shoulders right!)
SOMEWHERE, DAN HARMON LOL’D So this happened: for an article on how the nation’s community colleges are underfunded and underperforming, the Washington Post’s editors (and caption writers) used the fictional school from NBC’s Community to illustrate the story. ”Greendale Community College is one of many institutions whose students are getting the short end of the higher ed stick,” the photo blurb reads. And with that, journalism entered the darkest timeline.
I had insisted on half women on board [the Enterprise]. The network came to me and said, ‘You can’t have half women. Our people say it will make it look like a ship with all sorts of mad sexual things going on – half men and half women.’ So we argued about it like a poker game and they finally said, ‘Okay. We’ll settle for one-third women.’ I figured one-third women could take care of the males anyway.