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"Somebody said to me, ‘You’ll never be in a film as successful as Harry Potter.’
“I said ‘You’re right, but neither will anyone else.’”

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Actual 3-year-old Tony Stark, everyone. 

I WAS JUST LOOKING FOR THIS LAST NIGHT AND COULDN’T FIND IT.

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sixpenceee:

Infrared sound is a sound that we can’t hear but our ears can detect. Between 7Hz and 19Hz it can install the sense of being watched, dread, fear and panic. At 19Hz the sounds can vibrate with your eyeball, messing with your visions and causing you to think you can see figures in your peripheral vision.

Old houses and buildings have thick walls and messed up pipes which can emit infrared sounds. This is how haunted houses can come to be. 

The problem is not everyone is sensitive to this type of sound. Do you want to figure out if you are sensitive to this “ghostly noise”?

Well you can, because when tigers roar they emit infrared sound. Go on this website and scroll to the paragraph on roars and click on the speaker icon. 

http://www.acoustics.org/press/145th/Walsh2.htm

If you feel scared then you’re probably sensitive to it. 

there goes my last string of hope for there being some form of life after death

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god bless sdcc

MWAHAHAHAHAHA

*casually forwards to vidcon*

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Stephane’ Rolland Haute Couture Fall 2014-15

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Stephane’ Rolland Haute Couture Fall 2014-15

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Getting close to our last day in Disney and this is our last Disneybound! Mickey and Cinderella c:

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broratio:

So I’ve been thinking about it and I’ve decided that while it kind of sucks from a production standpoint that Cherno Alpha and Crimson Typhoon got killed off immediately, within the universe it makes perfect sense because Leatherback and Otachi were designed SPECIFICALLY to kill the three remaining Jaegars.

I mean, Otachi’s acid was clearly a counter to Cherno’s seemingly impenetrable armour, and her tail was to take advantage of Crimson’s telescopic conn-pod that restricted peripheral vision. Leatherback is basically Otachi’s support, his EMP blast is designed to disable Striker Eureka in particular because the Kaiju Masters know she’s too strong of a Jaegar to take on with brute force.

Cherno and Crimson didn’t die because the pilots sucked, they were the victims of a meticulously designed strike team. It would have been a really one-sided fight but the Masters didn’t anticipate humanity’s trump card: Gipsy Danger, an analogue Jaegar brought back from the dead.

I mean when you consider that the Kaiju are as intelligently designed in-universe as the Jaegars, a whole bunch of stuff makes a lot more sense: like, why Slattern, Scunner and Raiju are so ‘vanilla’ compared to Leatherback and Otachi. Gipsy’s return was such a surprise that the Kaiju Masters couldn’t anticipate what else humanity have up their sleeve: for all they knew, there could have been half a dozen restored Jaegars just waiting to launch a final assault on the Breach. So when they created the Category 5, they decided to focus on pure strength, speed and size to keep the Kaiju adaptable, instead of wasting time on specific biological weapons that could backfire.

Conversely, it also explains why Jaegar pilots would save their arsenal instead of using all their weapons immediately. Striker’s overuse of its potent chest missiles lead to a direct counter in Leatherback, and notice that Slattern’s first move is to go straight for the chest. Mako knew that if they used Gipsy’s sword too soon, it would give the Kaiju Masters time to analyse and counter it. It’s better to try to take down the Kaiju with what they already know than to play your trump card too early. Pretty cool tbh.

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I love playing Brienne of Tarth because, when I was growing up, I didn’t really see people on television that I felt that I could identify with. Women all looked kind of a particular way, women characters that were popular, anyway. And when I had the opportunity to play this part, it made me explore the parts of myself I had hidden from. I had very long hair. I wanted to look very feminine, really tall. (x)

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