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and at last I see the light

(Source: darlingbenny)

  • Mycroft: Hey I just met you
  • Mycroft: And this is crazy
  • Mycroft: But I'm going to need you to go to Dartmoor and make sure my reckless brother and his gun toting boyfriend don't get up to too much trouble. Also I like cake and umbrellas and I practically am the British Government. Your tan is really nice and your wife is a whore.
  • Mycroft: So Call me maybe.
  • theballetblog:

    Rehearsal at the Bolshoi
    Photograph by Misha Friedman.

    stopdropandvogue:

    Maria Borges backstage at Elie Saab Spring/Summer 2014 photographed by Sonny Vandevelde

    It’s that moment out on the ice with her dad. Like all good heroes Molly gets a calling in this first episode. A moment where fate (the writers) declares her the hero and sets her on her quest. Molly is out there trying to fish and entertaining her dad’s plea to leave police work for the relative safety of the diner.

    Then something sort of flickers in her. It’s a soft and quiet moment. So quiet you almost miss it. One moment Molly is seeing easy and safe days in the diner and the next she’s seeing her boss’s kid and wife all alone and she’s see his murderer just out of reach and she’s seeing that she, the best cop in her tiny town, is the only person that can go and solve the crime and make things right.

    Molly isn’t a reluctant hero or a brooding anti-hero. She’s just a decent cop doing what a decent cop does.

    And that makes her, and Fargo, as bracingly refreshing as those winds that gutter across the screen.

    — 出典:

    Via FemPop—FX’s Fargo Heralds the Return of the Genuine Hero

    Cheers to Allison Tolman (Twitter) for the find!

    (via graceebooks)

    (Source: fxfargo)

    wintry-mix:

    success-is-my-goal:

    ronnieisnotamazing:

    SO HE WAS HOT THE WHOLE TIME AND WE JUST DIDN’T KNOW IT.

    WHAT

    Citizens of the world, we have been deceived.

    (Source: i-am-a-snitch)

    Rose Byrne by James Geer 

    (Source: hesterasamoore)

    powerburial:

    i’m an activist for men’s frights. i dont think men are afraid often enough. i just want to give them a good scare once in a while. just spook some dudes.

    post-impressionisms:

    I love art - no.47

    Konstantin Razumov, Russian  (1860—1939).

    dex5m:

    Seeing Christopher let Sylvia dance with Potty hits me hard.