Follow me on Anook.com

Matt. A 21yo Australian uni student with questions about everything.
April 16th
11:16 PM
Via

charlesoberonn:

alexandrabeththegreat:

mjcabooseman:

autumn-prose:

nathaniel-the-angel:

leijonnaire:

guys we watched this in science class today

just watch it you won’t regret it

OMFG THAT WENT SO MANY PLACES THAT I NEVER COULD HAVE IMAGINED

CAN NO LONGER GO WITHIN 100 CENTIMETERS.

This is a classic

Popped a cap

I thought for a second this was about actual science

harclon:

imagine playing Cards Against Humanity with a group of social justice bloggers

madeleineishere:

😴Post-it-Love Note Sleep Talk Edition😴

madeleineishere:

😴Post-it-Love Note Sleep Talk Edition😴

Pompeii is Radioactive

by Imagine Dragons vs Bastille

t0-1nfinity-xnd-bey0nd:

THIS IS THE BEST THING I HAVE EVER HEARD IN MY EXISTENCE

ephiros:

kishona:

ephiros:

monasticmaestoso:

none of those words are the correct words why does this have 6,000 notes

OH MY GOD

are these linkin park lyrics

It’s so unreal

orlandobloomers:

aliceinthetempleofpearlgarden:

davegrohlgetinmybed:

theres nothing sexier than a guy playing guitar

a girl playing guitar

a tyrannosaurus rex playing guitar, struggling to strum with its tiny arms, fueled by rage and an inner desire to Rock

sailortweek:

crustismadewithyeast:

♥

And the Rooster Teeth Community’s most bizarre ship sails…

sailortweek:

crustismadewithyeast:

And the Rooster Teeth Community’s most bizarre ship sails…

April 15th
11:16 PM
Via
heisenbergchronicles:

Q: You opted to kill Walt, definitively closing the door on his story. But you left it open for Saul by letting him live. At the time, you knew there was going to be a Saul spin-off. When you guys were deciding the fates of Saul and others, were you thinking about the spin-off? A - Vince: That’s a good question, and on the face of it, it would certainly read like we were being strategic in our thinking, if not mercenary, to ensure that Saul Goodman stayed alive because we had already talked publicly about our desire to do a Better Call Saul spin-off. Having said that, in those final months and weeks of breaking the end of the Breaking Bad story, anything and everything was fair game and open for discussion. We talked a great many times about killing off Saul and we were open to it. We would have done whatever it took to come up with the best, most satisfying ending to Breaking Bad, including killing off Saul. But the more we talked about it, the more we thought, “You know, we don’t necessarily want the end of this series to be a bloodbath.” At one point, we talked about killing off every major character, and one particularly dark week along the way we talked about killing everybody — having some sort of Wild Bunch bloodbath of an ending. But you live with those ideas for a while and you think, “What do we need to kill all these characters for?” Just because an ending is dramatic or perhaps overly dramatic does not ensure that it will be satisfying.” We thought to ourselves, “Let’s just go with what feels right to us.” And there’s no mathematics to this. You just have to feel your way through it blindly and go with your gut, and that’s what we did. And in the case of Saul, we thought to ourselves, “Saul Goodman is kind of like a cockroach, in the sense that he’s probably going to survive all nuclear wars and he’ll still be out there somewhere after mankind has become extinct. He’s a survivor and therefore it’d be weird if he didn’t survive. Walter White, on the other hand, got a death sentence in the first act of the very first episode. It would be less than satisfying perhaps if he didn’t die at the end of the whole thing.”
– from Vince Gilligan on crafting ‘Breaking Bad’ ending, his favorite finale, an excellent new interview by Dan Snierson for Entertainment Weekly

heisenbergchronicles:

Q: You opted to kill Walt, definitively closing the door on his story. But you left it open for Saul by letting him live. At the time, you knew there was going to be a Saul spin-off. When you guys were deciding the fates of Saul and others, were you thinking about the spin-off?
A - Vince: That’s a good question, and on the face of it, it would certainly read like we were being strategic in our thinking, if not mercenary, to ensure that Saul Goodman stayed alive because we had already talked publicly about our desire to do a Better Call Saul spin-off. Having said that, in those final months and weeks of breaking the end of the Breaking Bad story, anything and everything was fair game and open for discussion. We talked a great many times about killing off Saul and we were open to it. We would have done whatever it took to come up with the best, most satisfying ending to Breaking Bad, including killing off Saul. But the more we talked about it, the more we thought, “You know, we don’t necessarily want the end of this series to be a bloodbath.” At one point, we talked about killing off every major character, and one particularly dark week along the way we talked about killing everybody — having some sort of Wild Bunch bloodbath of an ending. But you live with those ideas for a while and you think, “What do we need to kill all these characters for?” Just because an ending is dramatic or perhaps overly dramatic does not ensure that it will be satisfying.” We thought to ourselves, “Let’s just go with what feels right to us.” And there’s no mathematics to this. You just have to feel your way through it blindly and go with your gut, and that’s what we did. And in the case of Saul, we thought to ourselves, “Saul Goodman is kind of like a cockroach, in the sense that he’s probably going to survive all nuclear wars and he’ll still be out there somewhere after mankind has become extinct. He’s a survivor and therefore it’d be weird if he didn’t survive. Walter White, on the other hand, got a death sentence in the first act of the very first episode. It would be less than satisfying perhaps if he didn’t die at the end of the whole thing.”

– from Vince Gilligan on crafting ‘Breaking Bad’ ending, his favorite finalean excellent new interview by Dan Snierson for Entertainment Weekly

thetruthneverlies:

kurtrachelandagayhighfive:

tennants-hair:

why are most villains associated with dark stuff why can’t we have a villain who likes pink lacy pillows and rainbows and ponies

image

Because it’s terrifying as fuck

That’s some intense water bending right there.

That’s some intense water bending right there.

nerdjpg:

gotitforcheap:

atheist side of tumblr, care to explain this?

youre right, god is real 

nerdjpg:

gotitforcheap:

atheist side of tumblr, care to explain this?

youre right, god is real