The passiveness of this sentence makes me laugh every time I see it.
There goes Godzilla, destroying the city.
Can we make a petition for Oded Fehr to be cast as Doctor Strange? Is it possible because it needs to be done.
FUCKING HELL YES.
give this to me now.
Josh and I have been saying this for months.
I accept this and wish for it to be so. It will probably be a pasty white dude tho.
In many ways it is like he was born to play this part.
How did I never see that before? This must happen!Oh, please, please,please let me have Oded Fehr in a Marvel movie to admire. I would watch the hell out of that movie for no other reason, he was my first movie crush.
New Twitter Trend: #OdedFehrForStrange. Let’s make it happen.
Yes. All the yes. PLEASE.
I’ve only been pushing this one for YEARS now.
ALL THE ODED FOR STRANGE
Knock ‘em Oded, Steve!
Common People by Jamie Hewlett.
This rare seen comic is an illustration of the lyrics from the 1995 Pulp song Common People. It came with the French edition of the single. It was never sold seperately.
Via OFF LIFE.
This guy forver.
In which Jaime required coffee in order to sit through the wedding vows. [x]
OMFG BEST MISTAKE EVER
Can’t get over this.
He still has a hand, and his coffee. Westeros has a 7-11 and microsurgeons?
Despite the dire employment conditions of higher education, young people continue to enrol in graduate school. Detractors roll their eyes: Why would a young person spend years earning a degree of questionable value? Why not “go get a job”? To which the 20-something laughs, having graduated into an economy where peers spend years vainly looking for a job, finding only unpaid internships or low-wage contingency labour, often while living at home. A funded graduate programme, with health insurance, seems a welcome escape.
"But it is not just about your current earnings," the detractor continues, "It is about the wages you lose while in the programme." To which the 30-something, having spent their adult life in an economy of stagnant wages and eroding opportunities, takes the 20-something aside, and explains that this is a maxim they, too, were told, but from which they never benefitted. They tell the 20-something what they already know: It is hard to plan for what is already gone.
We live in the tunnel at the end of the light.
1984 - Dune ad from Comics Interview #16 and the Marvel Super Special #36
So, my friend made herself into 15 foot long cardboard velociraptor with googly eyes
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