Hayley Atwell guest stars as Agent Peggy Carter in Agents of SHIELD 2x01 "Shadows" (x)

Hayley Atwell guest stars as Agent Peggy Carter in Agents of SHIELD 2x01 "Shadows" (x)

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are you fucking kidding me

zanetheaiden:

zanetheaiden:

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Heh, I play the cello, I’ll bet this is an interesting article.

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tru

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Jesus fucking christ dont get me started on moving the damn thing

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Pretty much…

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They cause die

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Me. Thats me.

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Motherfucker you wanna play

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Oh hey, a Buzzfeed article relevent to my interests!

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nonlinear-nonsubjective:

no i dont want to be a billionaire to live a lavish lifestyle i want to be a billionaire to be financially secure and have enough money to give people things and support charities and fund kickstarters and leave hundred dollar tips

Did I tell you guys my pony doesn’t look like he’s wasting away anymore?

Did I tell you guys my pony doesn’t look like he’s wasting away anymore?

everything1s:

Big Brother is Bashful

everything1s:

Big Brother is Bashful

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chiptunehero:

September | Earth Wind & Fire

it’s that time of the year.

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fuckyeahdiscoverfilms:

The Wave, 2008, Dennis Gansel
During project week, a high school teacher, Rainer Wenger (Jürgen Vogel), discusses autocracy with his class. His students do not believe that a dictatorship could be established in modern Germany, so Wenger starts an experiment to demonstrate how easily the masses can be manipulated. He, as a popular teacher, has the students’ full attention, and begins implementing a series of basic rules such as standing up when talking, changing the classroom’s seating arrangement and addressing the teacher with ‘Herr Wenger’. The next step in the unification of the group is to choose a name, and they decide on ‘Die Welle’ (The Wave). Every student in the group must wear white shirt and jeans, to remove class distinction and individuality. They also create a distinctive salute.
Over the course of the film however, Wenger’s humble experiment takes on a life of its own, as the students become so enchanted by their new-found power and unity that ‘The Wave’ begins to eerily resemble Germany’s past.
This German production is based on Todd Strasser’s novel of the same name, which, in turn, is based on the ‘Third Wave’ experiment that was conducted at Cubberley High School history class in Palo Alto, California in 1967. Here, the experiment also took on a life of its own, with students from all over the school joining in. All of the students showed drastic improvement in their academic skills and tremendous motivation. The teacher instructed the students on how to initiate new members, and by the end of the third day the movement had over 200 participants.
The film was quite successful in German cinemas, and after 10 weeks 2.3 million people had watched it. It can also be seen as echoing the earlier German film Das Experiment, and also has tones of the Stephen King book Apt Pupil, which was also made into a film. 

fuckyeahdiscoverfilms:

The Wave, 2008, Dennis Gansel

During project week, a high school teacher, Rainer Wenger (Jürgen Vogel), discusses autocracy with his class. His students do not believe that a dictatorship could be established in modern Germany, so Wenger starts an experiment to demonstrate how easily the masses can be manipulated. He, as a popular teacher, has the students’ full attention, and begins implementing a series of basic rules such as standing up when talking, changing the classroom’s seating arrangement and addressing the teacher with ‘Herr Wenger’. The next step in the unification of the group is to choose a name, and they decide on ‘Die Welle’ (The Wave). Every student in the group must wear white shirt and jeans, to remove class distinction and individuality. They also create a distinctive salute.

Over the course of the film however, Wenger’s humble experiment takes on a life of its own, as the students become so enchanted by their new-found power and unity that ‘The Wave’ begins to eerily resemble Germany’s past.

This German production is based on Todd Strasser’s novel of the same name, which, in turn, is based on the ‘Third Wave’ experiment that was conducted at Cubberley High School history class in Palo Alto, California in 1967. Here, the experiment also took on a life of its own, with students from all over the school joining in. All of the students showed drastic improvement in their academic skills and tremendous motivation. The teacher instructed the students on how to initiate new members, and by the end of the third day the movement had over 200 participants.

The film was quite successful in German cinemas, and after 10 weeks 2.3 million people had watched it. It can also be seen as echoing the earlier German film Das Experiment, and also has tones of the Stephen King book Apt Pupil, which was also made into a film. 

parksandtrekreation:

i want the plot of the next reboot movie to just be them dealing with the horror of an undead tribble. it gives birth to more tribbles. they all have inherited khan’s super blood. there are hundred of tribbles and they are all invincible and unstoppable. 

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