Hullo I'm Nora. My middle name is "Fabulous". With the quotation marks, please.

Just a girl in her bedroom, sometimes in the kitchen, blogging. Doing other stuff *wink* (Its making youtube videos. There, the secret is out.)
About 8 feet tall, Owns a nice pair of boots. Considering making an about page sometime in the future.

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becomming:

xlizardx:

Apparently this is "The clearest photo of Mercury ever taken."

becomming:

xlizardx:

Apparently this is "The clearest photo of Mercury ever taken."



Song: You Make My Dreams
Artist: Hall & Oates
Album: Voices
Played: 14,205 times

fatbatman:

You Make My Dreams - Hall & Oates



darbenzioart:

Something amazing about starting with the eyes and having them stare at you throughout the rest of the painting. #painting #paint #acrylic #canvas #art #artlife #artist #fineart #portrait #portraiture #eyes #nyc #brooklyn #brooklynart #studiotime #workinghard

darbenzioart:

Something amazing about starting with the eyes and having them stare at you throughout the rest of the painting. #painting #paint #acrylic #canvas #art #artlife #artist #fineart #portrait #portraiture #eyes #nyc #brooklyn #brooklynart #studiotime #workinghard



orbitalencounters:

Total lunar eclipse for the Americas on April 14th 15th 2014

orbitalencounters:

Total lunar eclipse for the Americas on April 14th 15th 2014



doeandthestag:

Statistical and Visual Representation of POC characters in New Who

I used data from the wonderful burntlikethesun.

The first set of data (colour coded in reds and pinks) is based on the number of POC with dialogue, but counting recurring POC each time they appeared in separate episodes. For example, instead of Martha just being counted once, she is was counted for each separate episode she appears in. The second set of data (colour coded in greens) is based on the number of POC with dialogue, but only counting each recurring POC once. So Martha and Mickey were each only counted once. The first set of data gives some idea of how important POC are to the plot, how developed they are etc. The second set of data is an indicator of how many individual POC with dialogue we have. 

(This data does not include minisodes, and does not including at least 4 WoC in prosthetics from RTD’s era: Jabe, Matron Casp, Sister Jatt, Chantho)

To give a fair comparison of the eras (since obviously RTD’s era has more episodes) I divided the number of POC in each set of data by the number of episodes from each era (not including the minisodes). This gave the average number of POC in each episode for each set of data. I then multiplied this value by 100 to give an accurate representation of how many POC with dialogue would be in 100 episodes from each era, for both sets of data. (Obviously in Moffat’s era, this would be if current trends continued.) 

I then represented these numbers on graphs.

The data used was raw data, and no one can deny that there is a problem here. The number has fallen by more than half since Moffat. We’ve had a serious decline in the number of POC in speaking roles. Oh, but Moffat’s show is so ~progressive~ isn’t it? 











And why have you suddenly taken an interest in another human being?



acciochildhood:

donkos:

reading a foreign language: yeah
writing in a foreign language: ok
listening to a foreign language: wait
speaking in a foreign language: fuck

Unless you grew up in a family that speaks a foreign language. Then it’s…

listening to a foreign language: yeah
speaking in a foreign language: ok
reading a foreign language: wait
writing in a foreign language: fuck





She remembered a summer’s snow in Winterfell when Arya and Bran had ambushed her as she emerged from the keep one morning. They’d each had a dozen snowballs to hand, and she’d had none. Bran had been perched on the roof of the covered bridge, out of reach, but Sansa had chased Arya through the stables and around the kitchen until both of them were breathless. She might even have caught her, but she’d slipped on some ice. Her sister came back to see if she was hurt.



fleurdulys:

Approach to Venice - Joseph Mallord William Turner
1844

fleurdulys:

Approach to Venice - Joseph Mallord William Turner

1844



in a coat of gold or a coat of red a lion still has claws