mineworker!David appreciation post
"He left the room with his eyes burning and his daughter’s wails echoing in his ears, and found the direwolf pup where they chained her. Ned sat beside her for a while. “Lady,” he said, tasting the name. He had never paid much attention to the names the children had picked, but looking at her now, he knew that Sansa had chosen well. She was the smallest of the litter, the prettiest, the most gentle and trusting. She looked at him with bright golden eyes, and he ruffled her thick grey fur."
(Requested by anonymous.)
Arya liked being Cat of the Canals, sharing a room with Talea and Brea, selling oysters or clams or mussels while she wheeled her barrow through the Ragman’s Harbor, and chatting with the whores from the Happy Port to learn the secrets Braavos hid in it’s fog. But then the moon dissapeared from the sky, and Arya became a servant of the Many Faced God again…
Idina Menzel stopped by the Tonight Show Music Room to perform”Let It Go” from “Frozen” with Jimmy and the Roots!
I love this video, Idina looks so relaxed and comfortable, it’s great to see her having so much fun.
guys!! UNICEF is donating a days worth of clean water for every minute you don’t touch your phone
If you leave it on while you sleep, you could help someone for over a year.
pleASE DO THIS
It’s performances like this which make me disappointed when I hear people say the don’t like Eccleston or skip over that whole season just to get to Tennant. Tennant was fantastic and a brilliant Doctor, but there wouldn’t be a Tennant Doctor without Eccleston’s Doctor. The way Tennant’s Doctor was portrayed was the effect that Rose had on Nine. In the beginning, Nine was harsh and unforgiving having come back from the Time War, his time with Rose softened that harsh attitude and it’s really shown in this episode.
“Just this once, everybody lives!” Has to be my absolute favourite line in all the history of Doctor who because in that episode everyone did.
All the love to Nine!
Sometimes it’s hard to say no. Ultimately, if you stick to your guns, you have the career that you want. Don’t get me wrong. I love a good payday and I’ll do films for fun. But ultimately my main goal is to do good work. If it doesn’t pay well, so be it. — Philip Seymour Hoffman