Game of Thrones (and others) Photoset

This is PERFECT!

Hey Joffrey – “It’s good to be the king!” …Not!

And that’s your quiz for the day – if you know where those two phrases come from, post in the comments.  🙂

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Harry Potter – Neville and His Wand

mellro:

edwardspoonhands:

karenhallion:

miss-nobody13:

itsprongs:

Oh god guys. JK Rowling is a genius, and so is this person.

the thing I love about this fandom is that there are 7 books and 8 movies to observe. so every once in a while some blessed soul finds a piece of information that makes all the magic resurface again

Mind. Blown.

Oh Lord…it’s a metaphor too. It’s symbolic of Neville holding on to his past, the horrors of what happened to his parents, of being a passive vessel for that atrocity. As if the terrible thing kept happening and would never stop happening.

When he moves forward and becomes part of his own story instead of the story of his past, his strength surges.

TEAM NEVILLE FOR LIFE

I love the analysis here.

Merlin Photo – I didn’t know they had MacBooks in Camelot

jethrocane:

hyenabonz:

thelovelylittlesmile:

wiredinblogging:

#there’s nothing funnier than people in period clothes doing modern stuff

this is my favorite

shall we have a few more?

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And then of course there’s [x]

CLICK THE LINK OMFG

I love the contrast between the Medeval setting and the modern computer. The shot’s from the set of Merlin – a fun series. That’s Prince Arthur and Gwen.

Defining Generations

They call us the “Me” generation
(like we invented narcissism).
Critics inform me that I am
self obsessed, passive, and impatient—
eaten up by consumerism
as much as I am defined by it.
They call me dead from the neck up,
disillusioned of the beauties I now take for granted.
But I have never felt so much alive,
and the world could not look more beautiful
than I am striving to make it.
So if it’s selfish for me to want more for myself
than the legacy of poverty and depression—
of social unrest—
my parents left for me,
then give me my tar and my feathers.
Give me my crown,
and call me Greed.

Thoughts On Millennials, by Ashe Vernon (via latenightcornerstore)I actually have more hope for Millennials than my own X-generation, who are almost universally dismissed as screw-ups.

Unfair, to some extent, after all, I’m in the X-gen, but true in so many ways.