Go into kitchen to get snacks to bring into my room
Have to pass through living room
Do not want to share said snacks with people in said living room
Stuff them all into my sweatshirt pouch like a goddamn kangaroo
But really though, if you’re a fan of weird, dirty electronic music, and/or you have a respect for the weird shit that Eric Wareheim puts out, you need to check out the video for Streaker by TOBACCO.
WARNING: SUPER DUPER NOT SAFE FOR WORK.
To all the people posting leaked songs from the new TOBACCO album -
Can someone post Face Breakout or Dipsmack because those seem to be the ONLY songs no one has posted and I really wanna hear the whole thing D:
A CAT A FREAKING CAT GETS A STAR ON THE HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME AND I’M SITTING HERE WORKING MY BUTT OFF TRYING TO GET THROUGH COLLEGE AND MAKE A STANDARD LIVING AND THIS CAT MAKES A FROWNY FACE AT A CAMERA AND GETS A FRICKING HOLLYWOOD STAR NOPE NO I DID NOT SIGN UP FOR THAT
I fucking give up with everything
"Not all men are like that!" I say profoundly.
A glass of water drops and shatters. A hushed silence falls over the room. They stand in awe before the wisdom I’ve provided the world.
"My god…" a woman says "this… this changes everything.”
Alternative horror posters #7
I get the feeling that my raging crush on Ti West is going to hit its apex just in time for The Sacrement to come out on Tuesday
OMG it’s almost here I can’t fucking handle itttttt
The Decemberists are interviewed for their role in the finale to Parks and Recreation this Thursday. The interview also reveals that the song they’re going to play during the episode is…
The Crane Wife pt. 3!
Only two more days until the Parks and Rec finale, Decemberists fans!
YES HELLO IT IS ME AND I AM SUPER EXCITED DO YOU HEAR ME THE DECEMBERISTS ARE STILL RELEVANT
But as Tolman points out, Molly isn’t just a Marge clone. “Molly is in such a different position than Marge, because she’s trying to prove herself for this whole series, and Marge never has to do that. And that’s what makes Marge so lovable. She’s just like, ‘Well, this is what needs to be done. I’m gonna go solve this murder now!’ [Laughs.] But I don’t know that that would be interesting to watch for ten hours. So Molly really does struggle. She really does go uphill.”
Part of Molly’s uphill battle is trying to investigate her chief’s murder as a deputy in the male-dominated Bemidji police department, where “she’s surrounded by morons,” Tolman says. “You really get to watch her fight to be heard in her department. And you see her kind of learn to be a detective. She’s never had to solve a crime, so she’s learning to put things together… but she’s a natural at it.”
She’s not really a natural at social interaction, though. Tolman teases that viewers will also see Molly “learn to relate to humans a little bit better. I always feel like Molly is so singularly minded about her job that she’s like, ‘I’m sorry, what? Do you have feelings?’ [Laughs.] So you get to watch her develop relationships. She gets to know [Colin Hanks’ character] Gus more, and their friendship is really cool.”"
Allison Tolman talks about the evolution of her character, Molly Solverson, over the course of Fargo.fxfargo)
Alright, now I understand what they’re doing with her character. I like it.