Just look at Jenny’s face when he start to sing
My god david bowie is fucking sexy
[curls up in a tiny ball and screeches]
When winter comes and the night is long
Mischief rides on a raven’s wings.
When all is silent and something’s wrong
He has come to do wicked things.
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Loki: Agent of Asgard #2
THIS PERSON IS SO UNDERCOOKED WE CAN INVITE THEM OVER FOR DINNER AGAIN
Two of my absolute favorite people in the cooking field — together at last.
Do not hate homosexuals, bisexuals, asexuals, ect
But do not hate heterosexuals.
Do not hate trans*gender, agender, non-binary people
But do not hate cissexuals.
Do not hate people of color
But do not hate white people.
Do not hate women
But do not hate men.
Do not hate Christians
But do not hate atheists.
Hatred only breeds more hatred. Is it that hard to understand?
This needs more attention than it’s gotten.
Rules: In a text post, list ten books that have stayed with you in some way. Don’t take but a few minutes, and don’t think too hard — they don’t have to be the “right” or “great” works, just the ones that have touched you. Tag ten friends, including me, so I’ll see your list. Make sure you let your friends know you’ve tagged them.
1. When We Were Young and And Now We Are Six - A.A. Milne. My sister bought me the whole set of four (these two books are poetry and the other two were the Winnie the Pooh stories) when i was little, and she read to me from them every night.
2. Childcraft 1. This was another book of poetry that my sister read to me every night.
3. Contrarywise and Trickster’s Touch by Zohra Greenhalgh. No explanation needed.
4. 'Salem's Lot by Stephen King. Many of King’s books are not only an inspiration but an influence on my own writing. I saw the original movie well before I read the books and was terrified. Then I read the book and was even more terrified. I love King’s characterizations.
5. The Orchid Thief by Susan Orlean. The overall story of this was interesting, weird, and funny. However, my favorite parts of the book are the detailed geological history of orchids. That was fascinating as hell.
6. Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquivel. I hate this book. I’m not even going to lie. There were parts of the book I did like, but they were SMALL parts compared to the book as a whole. I disliked all of the female characters except for the sister who runs off with the banditos. I like her. She’s strong, independent, snarky, funny, and obnoxious. Other than running off naked with banditos, I can completely relate to her. The main character just annoys the hell out of me. I understand that she never marries because her farty older sister marries the man she loves, but then the three of them stay in some nasty, whiny, love triangle for far too long, and if I’d been Tita, I would have left Pedro in the dust and married Dr. John, who was a kind and compassionate man, who encouraged Tita’s education and interests. I’ve had to read this for two classes, and while the recipes were interesting, I was just as glad to sell that book off before I moved.
7. Seven by Alan Dugan. This is one of the books of poetry we read in my Confessional poets course in grad school, and I fell in love with Dugan’s dirty old man characters within many of his poems. Dugan’s wit really was a relief after drowning ourselves in Plath and Sexton, and Dugan kept me from wanting to put my own head in the oven.
8. Surfacing by Margaret Atwood. A lot of people (okay the majority of the people in my classes) hated this book, but at the time I read it, a week into reading it, my ex dumped me and we agreed to getting a divorce, and the unnamed protagonist became someone I related to very quickly.
9. Transmetropolitan by Warren Ellis. Spider is hot.
10. Tailchaser’s Song by Tad Williams. This is a fun story told by cats.
Robert Downey Jr as Derek Lutz in Back to School (1986)
i can’t get over how cute
Rainy Dawn, Venice, Italy
photo via beth
Brian Bendis (W) Marco Rudy (A)
Scott, the best advice you could give to yourself — Stay away from redheads.
I don’t agree with blondes, though, or brunettes. I still hold out that you should hook back up with Emma.
But for the love of all that is holy, stay the fuck away from redheads.