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“Tiny Thoughts” – Stevedore, Almost Beautiful (2005) Okay; I…

Thursday, April 24th, 2014



“Tiny Thoughts” – Stevedore, Almost Beautiful (2005)

Okay; I definitely think I’ve got it this time: This is what Sinead is going to sing for the musical interlude episode of Kissing in the Rain. Such a cool song!

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yulinkuang: shipwreckedcomedy: bound-bliss: Miniature Classic…

Thursday, April 24th, 2014



















yulinkuang:

shipwreckedcomedy:

bound-bliss:

Miniature Classic Novels Charms @JanDaJewelry

Thursday’s ClueFor every day between now and Monday 4/28, we’ll be reblogging a post that contains a clue related to our upcoming musical parody project and tagging it “shipwrecked puzzles”.

Clueing our way through classic lit miniatures! Whatever could it be…

Ohoh, now I know. Forget what I said before; this is definitely it. I’ll post in a second. Don’t look unless you want to be spoiled!

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sci-universe: The heart of the Rosette Nebula and its…

Thursday, April 24th, 2014











sci-universe:

The heart of the Rosette Nebula and its details

In the heart of the Rosette Nebula lies a bright open cluster of stars that lights up the nebula. The stars of NGC 2244 formed from the surrounding gas only a few million years ago. The above image taken in January using multiple exposures and very specific colors of Sulfur (shaded red), Hydrogen (green), and Oxygen (blue), captures the central region in tremendous detail. A hot wind of particles streams away from the cluster stars and contributes to an already complex menagerie of gas and dust filaments while slowly evacuating the cluster center. The Rosette Nebula’s center measures about 50 light-years across, lies about 4,500 light-years away, and is visible with binoculars towards the constellation of the Unicorn (Monoceros). [via APOD]

Image by Don Goldman

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Thursday, April 24th, 2014



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wonderous-world: Rufous Hummingbird by Jesse Schpakowski

Thursday, April 24th, 2014



wonderous-world:

Rufous Hummingbird by Jesse Schpakowski

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“Wake Up” – Love Spit Love, 1994 P. sure this is the song…

Thursday, April 24th, 2014



“Wake Up” – Love Spit Love, 1994

P. sure this is the song Sinead’s going to do in the KiTR musical interlude next Monday.

Lyrics:

tv talkshows shining light
from every window
she pulls a dress on
and she who cares where she goes
and wake up, wake up
here’s another day
and wake up, wake up
it’s time your wide awake
and don’t make promises
that don’t mean anything
and wake up, wake up
wake up, wake up
it’s light out honestly
it’s time you’re wide awake
go where the party goes
dressed up in shiny clothes
we drink the water
and it tastes like medicine
and wake up, wake up
here’s another day
and wake up, wake up
it’s time your wide awake
and don’t make promises
that don’t mean anything
watch the day go round
and wake up, wake up
watch the sun go down
with all the animals
i watch the river run
and wake up, wake up
wake up, wake up
wake up, wake up
jeannie talks too much
to all the animals
i hear a mad dog bark
she’ll tell you what it said
watch the day go round
and wake up, wake up
watch the sun go down
with all the animals
i watch the river run
and wake up, wake up
wake up, wake up
wake up, wake up

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shipwreckedcomedy: Rise and shine, sleeping beauty! ↳ Disney…

Thursday, April 24th, 2014





















shipwreckedcomedy:

Rise and shine, sleeping beauty!
↳ Disney Princesses + waking up

Wednesday’s ClueFor every day between now and Monday 4/28, we’ll be reblogging a post that contains a clue related to our upcoming musical parody project and tagging it “shipwrecked puzzles”.

I had some crack theory before, but now I’ve definitely got it.

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peaches7217: Favorite Kissing in the Rain moments from each…

Thursday, April 24th, 2014















peaches7217:

Favorite Kissing in the Rain moments from each ep:

1. Their faces after the director calls “cut” (second place goes to “I hate food”).

2. The second I realized it was Anne of Green Gables.

3. James giving her the blanket

4. I’m texting. It’s super important (AKA James’ Revenge).

5. “I’m pretty sure we’ll kill each other by next Sunday, but by God it’ll be a glorious Saturday night.”

6. Kissing after the cut (second place to their smiles this ep, because jeez).

7. I mean obviously the WHOLE THING, but honorable mention to MK’s delicious eye roll at the word “love.”

These are all really good choices.

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yukon-ho: Poppys by *kalinatoneva

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014



yukon-ho:

Poppys by *kalinatoneva

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despairoftranslators: In honor of the Bard’s big 450th birthday…

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014



















despairoftranslators:

In honor of the Bard’s big 450th birthday today, I walked around the theatre where I work and took photos of all the Shakespeares I could find. Happy birthday Bill!

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anonsally: I reblogged a moving black & white gif of this a…

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014



anonsally:

I reblogged a moving black & white gif of this a few months ago, but I like this color still too.

Heh. And: “I suspect your father has been reading Dante.” Way to go, Cecil.

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aestheticgoddess: Claude Monet, 1900

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014



aestheticgoddess:

Claude Monet, 1900

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lies: This scene is fairly spectacular. Along with a few other…

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014

















lies:

This scene is fairly spectacular. Along with a few other scenes, like George’s dinner-table conversation with his father before the dance, I think this is what made the movie off-putting to audiences in 1946 (such that it failed at the box office), and increasingly beloved with the passage of time (such that it has become many people’s, including my own, favorite Christmas movie).

It was just way, way ahead of its time. It was so dark, so in-your-face realistic in confronting things normally swept under the rug, at least in the stylized world of Hays Code Hollywood, that it must have been a jarringly intense experience to audiences of the day. It’s a jarringly intense experience now.

I think this scene is probably the best example of that. Not necessarily the part shown in this gifset (though the “He’s making violent love to me, Mother!” line is both out there and hilarious), but the rest of the scene as it plays out. If you know the movie, and the scene (which, c’mon, you have to, right?) you know what I’m talking about. If not, consider this a giant **SPOILER ALERT**. You really should see it before reading about it.

Supposedly Stewart was very self-conscious about filming this, his first romantic scene since returning from the war. As a result, Capra filmed the end of the scene in a single unrehearsed take. After George and Mary get on the phone together there was a significant amount of additional dialog they were supposed to say, but in the moment Stewart and Reed skipped it and went right to the embrace. The result was so intense that Capra had to cut some of the kiss in order to get the scene past the censors.

It’s really an amazing thing to watch. I’ve heard some people (“kids these days,” I think is the technical term) talk disparagingly about old black-and-white Hollywood movies, about how boring they are.

Um, no, sorry. You have no idea what you’re talking about. Donna Reed died in 1986, Jimmy Stewart in 1997. But with the help of Frank Capra and the rest of the people who made this movie, the five minutes of film they created here remain as compelling today (for me at least) as anything I’ve ever seen on screen.

Reblogging to remind me how much I love this scene.

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Hey, I’ve been there. And now, canonically, so have Lily…

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014



Hey, I’ve been there. And now, canonically, so have Lily and James.

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mycrarelady: One day Jane will be proposed to and it wont be fucking terrible. One day Jane will…

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014

mycrarelady:

One day Jane will be proposed to and it wont be fucking terrible.

One day Jane will be proposed to and it will be real.

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figililly: Spinning Tea-Cups in Tomorrowland at Disneyland,…

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014





figililly:

Spinning Tea-Cups in Tomorrowland at Disneyland, California ~~

Yesterdayland.

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Childe Hassam – September Clouds, 1891

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014



Childe HassamSeptember Clouds, 1891

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eyrequotes: I suddenly feel very tired. 

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014



eyrequotes:

I suddenly feel very tired. 

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hellanne: by Jimmy Walker

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014



hellanne:

by Jimmy Walker

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thelirivera: gingerten: royalprat: wryer: Giant driftwood…

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014





thelirivera:

gingerten:

royalprat:

wryer:

Giant driftwood on the beach at La Push, Washington (2010)

this made me feel really uneasy, the ocean is terrifying.

its like when cats bring home a dead bird and drop it at your feet except the ocean is like I HAVE BROUGHT YOU THIS ENORMOUS TREE FROM THE DEPTHS OF HELL ENJOY

Bwahahahhaha

Welcome to Washington

When I lived in Oregon someone was crushed to death by a log while walking on the beach and a man I worked with said, “Pfft, everyone knows you don’t walk at the beach this time of year and I was all “I DIDN’T KNOW!!!”

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