April 18th, 2014

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dont-do-womens-just-raf-simons:

princessstarberry:

Sleeping bag sofa - the need is so mighty. 

HAVE YOU EVER SEEN SOMETHING SO BEAUTIFUL

dont-do-womens-just-raf-simons:

princessstarberry:

Sleeping bag sofa - the need is so mighty. 

HAVE YOU EVER SEEN SOMETHING SO BEAUTIFUL

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You put yourself right between the killing thing’s teeth, but you don’t give it the power to—

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howdidthisgetblogged:

The How Did This Get Made crew on Reindeer Games, animation by Jay Marks

(animation) (HDTGM episode)

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April 17th, 2014

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marvel1980s:

1978 - Anatomy of a Cover - Spectacular Spider-Man #22 by Dave Cockrum

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sixpenceee:

WAVERLY HILL SANATORIUM

I have received so many messages requesting me to make this post. After looking into it, I realized why. 

The hospital was always dedicated to the treatment of tuberculosis patients, a disease that was fairly common in the early 20th Century.

It is estimated that as many as 63,000 people died as the sanatorium. Those deaths coupled with the reports of severe mistreatment of patients and highly questionable experiments and procedures are ingredients for a haunted location.

One of the most famous things about is the death tunnel. So many people were dying because of tuberculosis, that this tunnel was used to carry the bodies out without other patients having to see them. 

In room 502 (episode feature in ghost hunters), it was said that there was a murder/suicide of a nurse.  

Legend says the nurse found out she was pregnant by the owner of the sanatorium without being married and had contracted tuberculosis, so she hanged herself with a light bulb wire outside the room she was in at the time.

Ghost investigators who have ventured into Waverly have reported a host of strange paranormal phenomena, including voices of unknown origin, isolated cold spots and unexplained shadows. Screams have been heard echoing in its now abandoned hallways, and fleeting apparitions have been encountered.

You can read about one investigation case here

Visit the official website here

damn. READ THE WHOLE INVESTIGATION.

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My bro is dead. He’s gone. But he’s on my back and in my heart!

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irimonster:

airpiratealynn:

r-h-macumblr:

Then finish it… ’Cause I’m with you till the end of the line.

i hate this i hate everything

this is it.
this is the winter soldier

irimonster:

airpiratealynn:

r-h-macumblr:

Then finish it… ’Cause I’m with you till the end of the line.

i hate this i hate everything

this is it.

this is the winter soldier

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The Renaissance Era

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rubydreamer:

[…]Winter Soldier is this crazy, dark, RoboCop-type figure who is somewhat human but mechanised, completely messed up. Slightly human but completely tortured and completely manipulated, but crucially mechanised. So I said you know what, I’m gonna do something completely crazy and dark for the Winter Soldier, and I’m just gonna go for it. I hadn’t worked with these directors before, and away from picture I just wrote a suite for the Winter Soldier that was about six or seven minutes long that I spent ages on and treated it like a record. The idea being that if I get this vibe right, if I nail this six or seven minute thing which I think is the essence of the character and it’s super radical and it’s not that traditional and not completely orchestral because I want to save some of that for Captain America, let’s just see what these guys say. I played it for them really loud, and after they were finished there was a bit of a silence, and then Joe [Russo] went “I love it! Awesome!”

 Henry Jackman on theme music he composed for the Winter Soldier character 

(Warning: the track is indeed weird and creepy and unsettling and so totally fucking awesome)

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