Actor. Entertainer. Riot.

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They say summer is dead, all those people in skates. But none of them know because they enjoy it too late. 
They say winter is best, when it’s frigid and frozen. You think they like getting sick with frostbite and runny noses?
I love my sunshine; BBQ’s and sun lines. Aviators and ice caps. A boulevard of dreams that always last. 
Long walks on the beach; cigarettes and sandy knees. Hotdogs and six packs. Blinding smiles and glistening backs.
Stay. If for one more day. Stay.
Like a monkey to a tree, swinging closer to me, a cooling off breeze, and hot bodies a plenty.
Stay. 
My summer lover so wild and free. Like the birds in the sky calling out to me. My summer lover having a blast. Blazing hot sun that I pray forever lasts.
#TheCigaretteLounge

They say summer is dead, all those people in skates. But none of them know because they enjoy it too late.
They say winter is best, when it’s frigid and frozen. You think they like getting sick with frostbite and runny noses?
I love my sunshine; BBQ’s and sun lines. Aviators and ice caps. A boulevard of dreams that always last.
Long walks on the beach; cigarettes and sandy knees. Hotdogs and six packs. Blinding smiles and glistening backs.
Stay. If for one more day. Stay.
Like a monkey to a tree, swinging closer to me, a cooling off breeze, and hot bodies a plenty.
Stay.
My summer lover so wild and free. Like the birds in the sky calling out to me. My summer lover having a blast. Blazing hot sun that I pray forever lasts.
#TheCigaretteLounge

The Signal completely blew me away. I knew after watching the trailer in front of The Raid 2 that this was going to be something special. And it was. Not going to spoil it for anyone, but the performances were great, the visuals and cinematography was unbelievable, the music was touching, and the plot was very entertaining with twists and turns throughout. An EPIC sci-fi thriller that even non-sci-fi fans should appreciate. A must see!
On DVD Sept. 23rd.

The Signal completely blew me away. I knew after watching the trailer in front of The Raid 2 that this was going to be something special. And it was. Not going to spoil it for anyone, but the performances were great, the visuals and cinematography was unbelievable, the music was touching, and the plot was very entertaining with twists and turns throughout. An EPIC sci-fi thriller that even non-sci-fi fans should appreciate. A must see!
On DVD Sept. 23rd.

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zaheerforthepeople:

I was once asked what it means to enter the void. I will tell you. An airbender may meditate for a hundred years trying to detach herself from the world, but she cannot do it. Humans cherish human life, and by that they are bound to this world. The only way to abandon the world is to abandon one’s humanity. New growth cannot exist without first the destruction of the old. The void is found in the sowing of death. From that death springs life on the wind.
-Guru Laghima

zaheerforthepeople:

I was once asked what it means to enter the void. I will tell you. An airbender may meditate for a hundred years trying to detach herself from the world, but she cannot do it. Humans cherish human life, and by that they are bound to this world. The only way to abandon the world is to abandon one’s humanity. New growth cannot exist without first the destruction of the old. The void is found in the sowing of death. From that death springs life on the wind.

-Guru Laghima

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ebonynightwriter:

geo-mancy:

Parallels | Plans before the final battle and Korra’s decision during them.

I love how even though it’s a parallel, this gifset shows how much character development Korra has gone through. In Book 1 she’s facing her enemy because she wants to fight and win; it’s an example of her fiery spirit. She’s facing Amon simply so she can prove her herself as the Avatar rather than confronting him in the name of peace for Republic City. By Book 3, Korra has grasped her role as keeper of balance, realizing that she has to sacrifice herself to maintain world safety. She’s humbly accepted the fact that in a few hours her life could come to an end solely based off of her love for the new Air Nation. This comparison is a huge testament to the character development which transforms Korra from a hot headed teenager to a brave and wise world figure.

Excellent commentary! I couldn’t have put it better myself! ^^