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darkpathos:

"You either die a hero or live long enough to become a villain." 

moschops911:

Synapsid Agenda, Matt Celeskey, 2013

moschops911:

Synapsid Agenda, Matt Celeskey, 2013

glorfindely:

leaked footage of thorin in bofa

escapekit:

I Don’t Believe in You Either, A Bigfoot Art Show

San Francisco design studio Office conceived, curated, and designed “I Don’t Believe in You Either,” a Bigfoot-inspired art exhibition benefitting 826 Valencia and 826 Boston, the world’s most inspiring nonprofit writing and tutoring centers for kids.

The Office team searched Gold Country, Reno, and the Mission for amazingly awful old landscape paintings, then painted new Bigfoot-inspired art over them, hoping to make the pieces as covetable as they were in their wood-paneled family room heyday. This resulted in a collection of 38 original framed paintings and 100 vintage postcards, as well as a limited edition show poster.

 

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fandomsandfeminism:

whovianfeminism:

Since Steven Moffat took over as Doctor Who showrunner in 2009, he has never hired a single female writer. Only once has he brought on a female director, back in season five. Needless to say, this track record only adds fuel to the ever-growing number of fans who say Moffat is taking Doctor Who in a more conservative and sexist direction.

Historically, Doctor Who has been a socially progressive show. That’s surely why so many viewers have singled out Steven Moffat for hiring such a vast number of white, male writers while female characters kept turning into flirty sidekicks and the number of non-white characters plummeted. The most popular explanation is that the vast majority of British science fiction TV writers are white men, and only the cream of that crop can be hired to work for the BBC’s flagship show.

This explanation doesn’t hold up when you consider the number of unavoidably bad episodes that were written by the show’s existing (male) writers. And besides, other successful British sci-fi/fantasy shows like Being Human, Torchwood and Merlin have all hired women to write multiple episodes in the past, and that never seemed to do them any harm.

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"For a show whose success was built on a rebellious attitude towards the sci-fi establishment, why go back to hiring exclusively from the Boys’ Club?"

Anyone shocked? No?

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2bison:

2 bison hear no evil
theresa desrochers © 2014

2bison:

2 bison hear no evil

theresa desrochers © 2014