YOU GOTTA FIGHT………….FOR YOUR RIGHT…………….to have basic reproductive rights and control over your body there is no punchline here it is literally 2013 and white republican men are still breaking rules so that you can’t own your vagina.
My HP headcanons all have and will fit squarely and comfortably within the source text descriptions but that’s just my own preference for imagining characters, not a rigorous standard I’d hold other people to.
I suspect that Jo Rowling probably imagined James and Harry…
saw an article about a new private jet design that ditches windows in favor of an internal wraparound monitor that displays panoramic images taken from cameras on the outside of the plane, and if you get bored, you can turn on other stuff instead
like in case you’re getting tired of the miracle of aviation
It’s the 253rd PotterCast, and around the 45 minute mark we start in on the Ron/Hermione stuff and I kind of go on a rant about Ron and Hermione’s treatment in the films (based on a rant I’d gone on to Cheryl about this the night before recording, and therefore my thoughts were all sorts of crystallized) and how they have both been assassinated therein and nooope, not sorry.
““Manorexic” reminds me of “white trash.” At the very least, you’re calling a human being garbage– and to make it worse, you’re saying that it’s out of the ordinary that a piece of “trash” isn’t a person of color. When you call someone “manorexic,” you’re turning anorexia into a silly weakness rather than a mental illness, and you’re highlighting the fact that you expect weakness of women, but not of men.”—
“Art is the one place we all turn to for solace. We turn to it constantly, whether you are listening to music, or pop in a film; you want to escape reality, and if you thinking deeply, you want to engage in art in a complex way. Art allows us to navigate the more complicated parts of our lives in a way that is more palpable. We don’t go to the movies just to see a movie; we go for the experience. I’m very interested in the experience. Art has saved my life on a regular basis. I wanted to offer that experience to children, to enlist them, to show them the possibilities that are in the arts, to persuade them to pursue it for both their own personal salvation and for changing the way we are understood.”—Carrie Mae Weems (via tobia)
found out Ben had never tried rainbow sherbet punch so i immediately made some with what I had: san Pellegrino aranciata (sparkling orange) in place of sprite, V8 Fusions cranberry grape juice in place of Hawaiian punch, and rainbow sherbet. It’s amazing!! A+++
“I don’t think Woody Allen even remembers me. I went to see Manhattan and I felt like I wasn’t even in it. I was pleased with the film because I looked pretty in it and I thought it was entertaining. But I only worked on the film for three days and I didn’t get to know Woody. Who gets to know Woody? He’s very much a womanizer; very self-involved. On a certain level, the film offends me because it’s all about these people whose sole concern is discussing their emotional states or their neuroses. It’s sad because Woody has the potential to be America’s Chekhov. But instead, he’s still caught up in the jet-set crowd type of life, trivializing his talent.”—Meryl Streep (via joberholtzer)