Radiohead - Creep
Radiohead - Creep
There’s a place that I go that nobody knows
Where the rivers flow and I call it home
And there’s no more lies
And the darkness is light
And nobody cries
There’s only butterflies
my fucking life.
BEST SPOILER EVER
I CAN’T ANYMORE
1. He dances like this at parties
2. He can do this with his face
3. He quit smoking 3 years ago like a badass
4. He loves his family and mama a whole lot
5. He also fucking loves his dogs and animals in general
classy as fuck
6. He uses his fame wisely. He is extremely devoted in animal, wildlife and human welfare and charities, like the WWF, and encourages his fans to petition and donate with him. Leo helps save tigers and elephants and whales and more. He donated a fucking million dollars to Haiti. He had a giant birthday party, but all the guests had to donate money for wildlife efforts. When he won his ONLY Golden Globe for The Aviator, in his speech he urged the audience to contribute to the earthquake relief at that time. He is currently taking a break with acting to rest and to focus more on this stuff. He is a fucking green superhero
that is a candid photo bitch
7. He has been besties with Kate Winslet since Titanic, he even made a ring for her, and he spoils her kids. Kate’s ex husbands are all scared of Leo because Kate loves him so much and he could probably beat them up if they ever hurt her and they should get married but that’s a whole other damn story just look at them
ps kate says of all her sex scenes she does in films (like a lot) she liked working with him the best. damn girl just friends?
8. He has also been besties with Tobey Maguire since they were little kids and they are such dorks
9. This picture
are you not in love yet
10. He grew up in a shitty ghetto area of LA surrounded by crime and drugs, so he vowed never to get involved with that stuff. Have you seen a mug shot of him? Noooo
11. Lol when his hair gets too long he wears a fucking headband
12. He’s ironing on a fucking roof
13. The fact that he always fucking walks like this
he just loves to walk okay
14. He is just a classy, suave motherfucker
15. Also as serious as he seems most of the time, he used to do photo-shoots like this:
this post literally just cancelled all the unexplained negative feelings i had for leonardo dicaprio
Before the reading, he talked briefly about The Lands of Ice and Fire book being released soon. All the maps are being blown up to poster size and also there will be new maps included. He said that blowing the maps up proved problematic because it left a lot of empty space, which he had to fill in with new locations.
The reading itself was an excerpt from The World of Ice and Fire, to be published the year after the map book. The book is basically a fake history book ‘written’ by an Archmaester. Certain spoilerly bits, such as Summerhall, will conveniently be smudged or have ink spilled on them.
*note about names* The spelling of most of the new names here are rough guesses.
I think I love this guy, no pedo.
So last time we started to talk about Ralph Offenhouse. Or, more accurately, I asked you to google him, conceded that you probably didn’t, and then went on a long ranty metaphor about money. Hopefully this time we’ll be more concise, because today we’ve got one very important concept to cover: The principle of Scarcity and its Obsolescence in the Future.
Let’s start with Scarcity. You may know it as a way of saying how little of something there is (e.g. the roadside courtesans I usually frequent are scarce in this particular neighborhood). However, in economics scarcity takes on a different meaning (This happens a lot more than you’d think - just ask any economist. Almost every economic term has a layman’s equivalent that mean something slightly different). In economics, scarcity is a way to separate resources that can and cannot be sold. More accurately, it is a way to separate exhaustible (scarce) and inexhaustible (public) resources. The basic premise of scarcity is that the resources used to create scarce good (a car, for example) cannot be reused again without dismantling the good. In other words, you can’t use a car’s engine in another car without taking it out of the first car. However, a public good (let’s use air, since it’s the most common example) can be recycled over and over again. There are no ways to stop someone from consuming air so that you can sell it back to them profitably. There’s no market for air, or any other public goods. All scarce goods, however, have a market. Even jellybeans.