"The dogs are almost a defense mechanism for him so he can go to a place of purity with the dog soul and get out of the convoluted nature of mankind. I got the psychological landscape of a guy who escapes to animals to get away from the complexities of the human psyche. […] Will avoids eye contact, and it’s safer for him to bond with an animal because he knows what his expectations are of that creature — a human being is a much trickier monster.” - Bryan Fuller (x)
camilleopardalis replied to your post “Why does Hannibal load on my computer but TED talks for research don’t…”
Can you still read the transcripts?
Yes, yes I can
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Why does Hannibal load on my computer but TED talks for research don’t :(
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle;
it’s our Planet to share,
grow and nurture for our future.
Happy Earth Day!
Respect to Mother Nature and ALL beings.
Happier earth means happier us.
Louis Brandeis (via seekingshleimut)
This quote is even more powerful because of WHY he said it.
"A story is told about Louis Brandeis (1856-1941), who was a student at Harvard Law School at a time when there were explicit limits on what Jews could hope to achieve [1875-1877ish]. Quotas were in effect and many law offices were completely closed to Jewish attorneys. When Brandeis was in school, his colleagues would say, “Brandeis, you’re brilliant. If you weren’t a Jew, you could end up on the Supreme Court. Why don’t you convert? Then all of your problems would be solved.”
Brandeis did not respond to such comments, but on the occasion of his official introduction to an exclusive honor society at the law school, Brandeis took the podium and announced, “I am sorry I was born a Jew.” His words were greeted with enthusiastic applause, shouts, and cheers. But when the noise died down he continued. “I’m sorry I was born a Jew, but only because I wish I had the privilege of choosing Judaism on my own.”
The initial response of stunned silence slowly gave way to awed applause. Ultimately, his anti-Semitic peers rose and gave him a standing ovation.”
(Choosing a Jewish Life, Anita Diamant)
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Lina Cavalieri by Dupont, 1900s
It’s never too late to learn the right way to do things: button sewing technique via imgur → more…
WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN ALL MY LIFE
WHEN DID THIS HAPPEN
OH MY GOD
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