| carrie. 24. ginger. erinaceous. |
whovian, hufflepuff, browncoat, sherlockian. natural-born sci-fi and fantasy enthusiast. thinks cartoons are cool. hoper of far-flung hopes and dreamer of improbable dreams since 1990. british-minded. most probably a little bit mad. not-so-secretly a time lady from the planet gallifrey. enjoys reading, writing, and dancing badly to old music. supporter of the awkward pause. believer in the natural rights of all people to be who they want to be, with whomever they want to be with.
also likes the eleventh doctor. ...a lot.

welcome aboard.



Eleventh Doctor roleplay blog:
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youngnoblewoman:

One thing that I think that a lot of people miss about this movie (and that I honestly missed the first few times around) is that Mako isn’t just a smart, competent, kick-ass woman who’s at the top of her jaeger pilot academy class - she’s also an engineer, and in order to have been put in charge of the jaeger restoration program, she had to have been one of the best mechanical engineers in the whole PPDC.

(Source: global-heating)

cloudpinebranches:

doctordonna:

supernatasha:

bloodydifficult:

Cosima Niehaus calls bullshit.

Of course there’s the fact that COSIMA IS THE EXPERIMENT.

holy shit

That’s what this moment is about. He’s saying he knows she’s an experiment. And she’s saying she’s knows too. It’s one of the most dangerous scenes in my opinion.

missmollyannie:

verysharpteeth:

BUT YOU CAN HAVE IT IF YOU REALLY WANT IT. YOU CAN HAVE ANYTHING. YOU DESERVE NICE THINGS. LOVE ME.

#DUDES WHO LOOK AT LADIES LIKE THEY HUNG THE MOON #*flings self into the sun screaming raleigh becket*

(Source: kpfun)

greaternightvalemedicalcommunity:

Listen to your heart as it fills your home with mindless void vibrations. Watch as it sprouts legs and leaps into the nothingness that surrounds you. Follow your heart, they say. Follow your heart. 

greaternightvalemedicalcommunity:

Listen to your heart as it fills your home with mindless void vibrations. Watch as it sprouts legs and leaps into the nothingness that surrounds you. Follow your heart, they say. Follow your heart. 

lieutenanthawteye:

Even though this is one of the shortest scenes, I think, of the entire show, it’s one of my favorites.

On the surface, you think it’s just about Bradley: that his life is truly sad because he’s had absolutely no control over it from the second he was selected to be a potential Fuhrer candidate.

But if you read more deeply into the dialogue, Bradley mainly serves as a foil to Hawkeye’s character in this scene.

Riza joined the military academy of her own volition. She has her own goals to accomplish, her own motives, and her own reasons to keep moving forwards. The position she now holds is entirely based on her own decisions and actions, and on merit.
Bradley, I’m sure, is somewhat envious of that. Because he’s really only a puppet. Father’s the one pulling all the strings. He hasn’t earned his rank or status or even his power, and he knows it. Hawkeye, in this regard, leads a life far superior to his.

But look at the way she reacts when he tells her that he was able to marry the woman of his own choosing.
She freezes — stops what she’s doing entirely.
Because no matter how pathetic or sad Bradley’s life is, he still has something that Riza doesn’t: the right to be with the person he loves.

That’s what this scene is really about. Bradley is telling her, “Pity me all you want, but I have the one thing you don’t — the one thing you want but can’t have”.

She and Roy don’t have the right to share “I love you”s at the end of the day. And he’s having fun reminding her that she can’t have him. He likes to drive the stake in her chest even deeper than it already is. (I mean, look at the way the bastard smiles in that last gif).

And honestly, he probably fucks with her feelings like this constantly once he appoints her to be his aide.