DAVID SCHWIMMER: We spent an enormous amount of time together those first several years. We wouldn’t want to leave each other. We’d go out to dinner after work, or we’d go to lunch together, or play poker, or just play games. I think we were genuinely having the time of our lives, and also there was something very bonding about how scary the whole experience was. We had the other five, like a very protective cocoon.

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I can’t even open a program to screenshot this

everything is good

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the sky the other night x a gradient made from it

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Guardian of the Galaxy spoilers 

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Game of Thrones Makeup by Allison Chase (click for larger view)

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Cisco Beach,Nantucket Mass

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I just tweeted this at every god damn producer and writer on this show I really hope someone notices.

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Valkyrie: It's not telling me anything. I can only sense death through it when I'm practically standing over the dead body.
Skulduggery: Which is an astonishingly useful ability, I have to say.
Talking about the Tesseract
Valkyrie Cain: But he's in shackles, right? You beat him?
Skulduggery Pleasant: I like to think I beat him in a moral sense, in that he's an assassin and I'm not, but apart from that, no, not really.

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i feel sorry for the kids who didn’t grow up in the high school musical era like damn you really missed out

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This Song was not heard for almost a hundred years until a team of remodelers found a music sheet stuck under the paneling of a wall in one of Australia’s oldest churches, it is now being released for the first time since 1914. Listen to the sound of a choir of over 300 people attempt to capture this beautiful song one last time.

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@tabithalou: This what they not showing you on the media. These young men cleaning up after the riot. #Ferguson

This also is hugely important. There’s a fixation in stories. A general pessimism about the human race. But I think there’s plenty of evidence for our giving nature. That bad, bad horrible things happen and there’s ALWAYS people willing to stand up and make things better. Across generations and cultures and nations. No matter how bad things get, there’s never not somebody looking out for their kids, their neighbors, their community. And that kind of solidarity pushes us through.

Even if it’s something as simple and seemingly small as picking up the trash after a major confrontation. That too is important.

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