“For the last 20 years of my life, I’ve been wearing something unrecognizable. I’ve been acting for 20 years now and I’ve been under the radar.”- Doug Jones
Wow I know most of those characters and didn’t know they were the same person.
Doug Mothafukkin Jones.
The immediate reaction of German POWs upon being forced by the US Army to watch to the uncensored footage of the concentration camps shot by the US Signal Corps.
People often forget that most of the German troops had no idea about what was going on, they weren’t all fanatic Nazis bent on genocide, they were just regular soldiers who answered the call when their country went to war.
The Levitating Wireless Computer Mouse “The Bat” by Kibardin Design.
A set that consists of a base - mouse pad and floating mouse with magnet ring .
One of the goals of this product is to prevent and treat Carpal tunnel syndrome.
The Bat, eh?
reblog 30% for the amazing device and 70% for the Batman gif
i know what to get evan for christmas
Yes my name is Evan and I want this
do you ever just want to grab that one actor, shove her/him down on a bed, and, straddling him/her, lean down and whisper, “tell me about your characterization process, you’re so talented - like, are you more of a method person or do you prefer just really intense script work, because i am right there with you, honestly.”
And make them keep talking while you tear open their shirt. Bite their nipples. Suck bruises on their neck. When you open their pants, ask them about when they decided to be a actor and blow them while they talk about their childhood.
jehovahs asked: You're smart, let us not forget that I'm from the UK and Americans can warp their definition of 'racism', but in a country that is a lot more racially tolerant, racism is not accepted regardless of who it's towards.
I stand by that sentiment of little toleration. I try to avoid trying to define racism like I did in that post, but for some reason I felt confrontational. The main thing to remember is that hate is hate.
There is one issue I’ve encountered however, one that takes a bit of patience. When racism is so ingrained in a person as they grow up that it is normal to them, you can’t just say “that’s bad” and expect them to respond with “oh, okay. Sorry”. That’s a situation where you need a little tolerance so you don’t brutally reprimand them every time they say something racy. It takes time and examples to correct that kind of mislead thought.
I only go off about it like this because the idea of tolerating that kind of behaviour is something I’ve had to think about recently in regards to a certain friend of mine. He’s a 19 year old kid with extremely racist parents, so he was raised in an equality-negative environment. He has this nasty habit of shooting a middle finger at Mosques when we drive past them. He’s gotten better, but damn has it taken patience.