These days, everybody is supposed to be so intelligent: ‘Isn’t it terrible about Nixon getting elected?’ ‘Did you hear about the earthquake in Peru?’ And you’re supposed to have all the answers. But when it gets down to the nitty-gritty, like, ‘What is bugging you, mister? Why can’t you make it with your wife? Why do you lie awake all night staring at the ceiling? Why, why, why do you refuse to recognize you have problems and deal with them?’ The answer is that people have forgotten how to relate or respond. In this day of mass communications and instant communications, there is no communication between people. Instead it’s long-winded stories or hostile bits, or laughter. But nobody’s really laughing. It’s more an hysterical, joyless kind of sound. Translation: ‘I am here and I don’t know why.’— John Cassavetes (via petrichour)
Scarlett Johansson’s cover for Harper Bazaar Australia’s September 2013 issue by Karl Lagerfeld.
“Some are given a chance to climb but they refuse: they cling to the Realm, or the Gods, or love. Illusions.”
Sometimes it’s not a question of who, it’s a question of who knows.
Sherlock season 3 be droppin soon
if you have a basement or storm shelter take cover
pull cord on floatation vest to inflate
please affix oxygen mask before helping others
leave all your belongings behind
do not run back into your burning house for any reason
What life? I’ve been away.— Sherlock in response to being told John has moved on with his life. (via christmasbatch)
In this exclusive first image from season 2 of Orphan Black, we see the actress playing two clones doing battle. On top is Sarah Manning, the fearless protagonist who acted as our entry point into the mysterious world of human clones. On the bottom with the gun on her face is Rachel Duncan, the Neolutionist “Proclone” who appeared primed to strike back in the season 1 finale after Sarah refused to cooperate. Judging by what we see here, they will be none too chummy when season 2 kicks off on April 19, 2014 [x]