The Lady of Sirara

“She’d said that revenge was not sweet, that it was bloody. She was wrong. It was sweet. For one fleeting, glorious moment you felt incredible satisfaction. Then it was gone, empty, and you had to go on living.”

via paradisewitch · originally by slashfilms
  • The US Government: We're not going to make it federally mandatory for people to get paid a wage they can actually live off of
  • The US Government: If people want to make a living, they'll just have to work 16+ hours a day
  • The US Government: And if their kids end up disenfranchised because of a lack of parental involvement, well that's not our problem
  • The US Government: In fact, what is our problem is creating a system that will funnel these disenfranchised youth into our prison system so they can work for corporations (that promise us money) for damn near free
  • The US Government: If they don't want to fall victim to this system, then they can seek higher education
  • The US Government: Except such an education will be inaccessible to most disenfranchised people and skewed in favor of the financially stable and white people
  • The US Government: And we're not going to make intervention programs like sex education and conflict resolution federally mandatory, because that's the parent's job
  • The US Government: The parent who is working 16 hours a day
sixpenceee:

The movies that will really freak you out are the ones that are mind blowing and full of twists.
Tumblr has a lot of horror movie posts but I have yet to see a psychological thriller one, so here you go! Enjoy :)
Please look up a brief description of each movie to check for triggers before watching. 
Shutter Island (2010)
The Machinist (2004)
Silence of the Lambs (1991)
Jacob’s Ladder (1990)
Black Swan (2010)
Memento (2000)
The Flock (2007)
Requiem for a Dream (2000)
Anamorph (2007)
Martyrs (2008)
The Butterfly Effect (2004)
Rosemary’s Baby (1968)
The 6th Sense (1999)
Side Effects (2013)
Sinister (2012)
Extracted (2012)
Red Lights (2012)
Sleep Tight (2011)
Absentia (2011)
I Saw The Devil (2010)
Frozen (2010)
Orphan (2009)
The Killing Room (2009)
The Broken (2008)
Awake (2007)
Inside (2007)
Mr.Brooks (2007)
Vacancy (2007)
Zodiac (2007)
Bug (2006)
Dark Water (2005)
White Noise (2005)
Hard Candy (2005)
Secret Window (2004)
Saw (2004)
Saw II (2005)
Saw III (2006)
Saw IV (2007)
Saw V (2008)
Saw VI (2009)
Saw 3D (2010)
Stoker (2013)
Frailty (2001)
What Lies Beneath (2000)
Identity (2003)
Mindhunters (2004)
Triangle (2009)
Spider (2002)
Flight Plan (2005)
Unknown (2011)
The Jacket (2005)
Stay (2005)
Seven (1995)
Tell No One (2006)
Das Experiment (2006)
Angel Heart (1987)
The Uninvited (2009)
The Others (2001)
The Skeleton Key (2005)
In Dreams (1999)
The Gift (2000)
Primal Fear (1996)
Deception (2008)
The Invisible (2007)
Arlington Road (1999)
Phone Booth (2002)
American Psycho (2000)
Cube (1997)
The Fourth Kind (2009)
Insomnia (2002)

sixpenceee:

The movies that will really freak you out are the ones that are mind blowing and full of twists.

Tumblr has a lot of horror movie posts but I have yet to see a psychological thriller one, so here you go! Enjoy :)

Please look up a brief description of each movie to check for triggers before watching. 

  1. Shutter Island (2010)
  2. The Machinist (2004)
  3. Silence of the Lambs (1991)
  4. Jacob’s Ladder (1990)
  5. Black Swan (2010)
  6. Memento (2000)
  7. The Flock (2007)
  8. Requiem for a Dream (2000)
  9. Anamorph (2007)
  10. Martyrs (2008)
  11. The Butterfly Effect (2004)
  12. Rosemary’s Baby (1968)
  13. The 6th Sense (1999)
  14. Side Effects (2013)
  15. Sinister (2012)
  16. Extracted (2012)
  17. Red Lights (2012)
  18. Sleep Tight (2011)
  19. Absentia (2011)
  20. I Saw The Devil (2010)
  21. Frozen (2010)
  22. Orphan (2009)
  23. The Killing Room (2009)
  24. The Broken (2008)
  25. Awake (2007)
  26. Inside (2007)
  27. Mr.Brooks (2007)
  28. Vacancy (2007)
  29. Zodiac (2007)
  30. Bug (2006)
  31. Dark Water (2005)
  32. White Noise (2005)
  33. Hard Candy (2005)
  34. Secret Window (2004)
  35. Saw (2004)
  36. Saw II (2005)
  37. Saw III (2006)
  38. Saw IV (2007)
  39. Saw V (2008)
  40. Saw VI (2009)
  41. Saw 3D (2010)
  42. Stoker (2013)
  43. Frailty (2001)
  44. What Lies Beneath (2000)
  45. Identity (2003)
  46. Mindhunters (2004)
  47. Triangle (2009)
  48. Spider (2002)
  49. Flight Plan (2005)
  50. Unknown (2011)
  51. The Jacket (2005)
  52. Stay (2005)
  53. Seven (1995)
  54. Tell No One (2006)
  55. Das Experiment (2006)
  56. Angel Heart (1987)
  57. The Uninvited (2009)
  58. The Others (2001)
  59. The Skeleton Key (2005)
  60. In Dreams (1999)
  61. The Gift (2000)
  62. Primal Fear (1996)
  63. Deception (2008)
  64. The Invisible (2007)
  65. Arlington Road (1999)
  66. Phone Booth (2002)
  67. American Psycho (2000)
  68. Cube (1997)
  69. The Fourth Kind (2009)
  70. Insomnia (2002)
via joannalannister · originally by sixpenceee

blackfemalepresident:

old ass ppl talk shit about my generation until they accidentally disable their wifi and cant figure out how to turn it back on

then im suddenly the mastermind of information & resources

via daceymormont · originally by blackfemalepresident

mortisia:

5 Most Important Japanese Design Concepts

(Wabi-Sabi, Iki, Kanketsu, Ma, Mono-no-Aware ) xx

via mortisia
via thewildwater · originally by elledrivers
via cleolinda · originally by afriet

I wish my know-it-all relatives had actually life advice rather than “move out tomorrow and never mind how you’ll manage to pay rent and student loans with part-time minimum wage jobs”, “die on the street”, or (the funniest of all) “get yourself institutionalized.”

(The last one is especially funny: almost no one gets institutionalized anymore because there’s so little funding.)

posted 3 days ago

househardyng:

so the hbo executives are fully prepared to go ahead of grrm and the books from s6 onwards, and grrm was asked about his favourite character from the series and it actually wasn’t the same exact answer as always….

Who is your favorite character from Game of Thrones, and why?

Tyrion, because he is the wittiest. But you know I like them all, come on, I like Arya, and Dany, and Sansa, and even Theon, and Victarion, the dolt. You know, I have to love them to write about them, some of them are flawed, and some of them are screwed up, a lot of them are in trouble but, they’re my kids… probably the only ones I’m ever likely to have.

this is definitely the first time he’s mentioned sansa as one of his favourites when asked, it’s usually tyrion and then arya. this time he mentions dany and then also sansa. hmmmmmmm

Personally speaking, I can’t wait to watch life tear you apart.

via paradisewitch · originally by crefited

Pixar + women

via paradisewitch · originally by purelypixar
via paradisewitch · originally by morrisseymarrs

medievalpoc:

beggars-opera:

I’ve seen a few fashion posts trying to expand the “Marie Antoinette is not Victorian” rant, but this stuff can get complicated, so here is a semi-comprehensive list so everyone knows exactly when all of these eras were.

Please note that this is very basic and that there are sometimes subcategories (especially in the 17th century, Jacobean, Restoration, etc)

And people wonder WHY I complain about History/Art History periodization. Note how much overlap there is to the above “eras”, and how many exceptions and extensions there are to these categories.

Oh, and by the way…

Tudor:

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Elizabethan:

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Stuart:

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Georgian:

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Regency:

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Victorian:

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Edwardian:

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Because you wouldn’t want to be historically inaccurate.

The OP was defining a very rough history of fashion, not art history as such. That should have been obvious because Tudor, Elizabethan, Stuart, Georgian, Regency, Victorian, and Edwardian aren’t terms for periods of European art history.

Actual terms for European art periods (such as Baroque, Rococo, Neoclassicism, etc.) tend to overlap because not every country was on the same page at the same time. For example, the Rococo style began in France and found most of its success there. It didn’t catch on in other European countries until later, if it ever caught on at all: Germans mostly hated the style and the English didn’t go gaga for it until over a century later.

via medievalpoc · originally by beggars-opera
creeptactics:

Jeffrey Ross Hyman 1951—2001
Douglas Glenn Colvin 1951—2002
John William Cummings 1948—2004
Thomas Erdelyi1952—2014
—CreepTactics

creeptactics:

Jeffrey Ross Hyman 
1951—2001

Douglas Glenn Colvin 
1951—2002

John William Cummings 
1948—2004

Thomas Erdelyi
1952—2014

CreepTactics

via bgona · originally by creeptactics
via natxromanoff · originally by redreznikv