Nothing is ever forgotten. Not really.

Yet another experiment in social media.

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thecompanionsdoctor:

thecompanionsdoctor:

The thing that sucks about mental illness is that if you aren’t depressed enough, suicidal enough, bad enough, nobody cares. Nobody cares until you reach their standard, and that standard is when your problem is bad enough to effect them

The amount of people who can relate to this makes me equally incredibly sad and immensely angry

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iwriteaboutfeminism:

Protesters are angry about these strange negotiations to release protesters. What kind of practice is this?

September 28th

What the FUCK?

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hipsterbrigadier:

You know  makes a good point. Danny doesn’t need Clara and I think at the same time Clara doesn’t NEED Danny.

They just really like each other and honestly that’s enough. They are not co-dependent on each other like the doctor is with his companions and even how Amy and Rory are with each other (don’t get me wrong I love the ponds).

So yeah while I wasn’t 100% on board with Clara/Danny that is something it’s got going for it that I do like. That they want to be together they don’t HAVE to be together.

Yes. I was really, really impressed with Danny this ep. ‘Here is my line, and that line is not letting me help you when I can’  is a very grown up and self aware thing to lay out to your SO. 

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pilgrimkitty:

Buffy the Vampire Slayer + foreshadowing

YOU DONT UNDERSTAND. THE TROPE FOR WHEN YOU MAKE A JOKE AND LATER DOWN THE LINE IT BECOMES PAINFULLY UNFUNNY BECAUSE OF TRAGIC EVENTS IS LITERALLY NAMED “FUNNY ANEURYSM MOMENT” BECAUSE OF THIS SHOW.

(Source: jaclynnicolee)

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shouldnt:

We’ve officially reached that annoying time of year where it’s sweater weather in the morning, but by midday you die from a heatstroke.

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earloffabulousness:

this movie was a cinematic masterpiece 

(Source: luxueuxshit)

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theheroheart:

keraaminenkettu:

theheroheart:

Fifth Doctor + Weapons & Violence

Bonus:

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This is my favourite addition to this post.

dduane:

ewebie:

earlgreytea68:

grandegarlic:

not gonna lie, that sounds awful and really troublesome

This is so true. I love this description so much. 

And then one of them has some random ad playing noise on it and I CAN NEVER FUCKING FIND IT!

So bloody true.

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dduane:

ewebie:

earlgreytea68:

grandegarlic:

not gonna lie, that sounds awful and really troublesome

This is so true. I love this description so much. 

And then one of them has some random ad playing noise on it and I CAN NEVER FUCKING FIND IT!

So bloody true.

Possibly my favorite exchange from "Sympathy for the Devil"

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  • Master: You interfere all the time.
  • Doctor: I help people!
  • Master: You help the right sort of people. For all your well-learned politesse, you're just a snob.
  • Doctor: That's rich, coming from you!
  • Master: You have no grasp of the big picture. You just turn up and help the little people, and never think of posterity! Why is that?
  • Doctor: Because we are all "little people," that's why!
  • ***
  • I may need to listen to this audio

"

Terry’s authorial voice is always Terry’s: genial, informed, sensible, drily amused. I suppose that, if you look quickly and are not paying attention, you might, perhaps, mistake it for jolly. But beneath any jollity there is a foundation of fury. Terry Pratchett is not one to go gentle into any night, good or otherwise.

He will rage, as he leaves, against so many things: stupidity, injustice, human foolishness and shortsightedness, not just the dying of the light. And, hand in hand with the anger, like an angel and a demon walking into the sunset, there is love: for human beings, in all our fallibility; for treasured objects; for stories; and ultimately and in all things, love for human dignity.

Or to put it another way, anger is the engine that drives him, but it is the greatness of spirit that deploys that anger on the side of the angels, or better yet for all of us, the orangutans.

"

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Neil Gaiman: ‘Terry Pratchett isn’t jolly. He’s angry’ | Books | The Guardian (via withsuchwords)