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I just watched Suits. IT IS BETTER THAN I IMAGINED. I squee internally whenever Mike and Harvey are in a scene bickering with each other.

(via -andrews)

and the whole Michael Jordan scene? crazy awesome.

They have the best conversations. and then there's Donna.

DONNA. (slightly spoilery, but nothing huge.)


After that, you find out that they're ALL secretly dorks. Even Gina Torres's character. (albeit in a mocking way.)

In short, I am hooked and expect me to cackle gleefully after each episode.
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Evan Rachel Woods singing Justin Bieber. I don't like his music but I love how she unashamedly belts out the song like she's memorized his discography.

"The actor playing the new Spider-Man is… extraordinary. I mean, he is—he never fails to sort of shock you with the depth—he’s emotionally an incredibly feeling, complicated person. He brings an emotional authenticity to the character and a level of perfection that is humbling. It’s staggering to watch. His identification with Peter Parker, um, his portrayal of Peter Parker is like that. It’s a very real, very grounded, very authentic and sort of contemporary kid."

- Matt Tolmach (The Amazing Spider-Man producer) on Andrew Garfield

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I didn't know how much I was hoping this was an isolated incident until I read this:

Journalist Ketil Stensrud tweets: "Breivik's attorney has, in a radio interview with NRK, confirmed that his client belongs to an international network of right-wing extremists. He's planned his actions for a long time, and has requested the hearing on Monday to be open for world media, so that he can 'reveal all'. Strong suspicion of OSL/Utøya operation being funded by intnl"

(from the Al-Jazeera liveblog)

I'm still hoping the police will find out he's crazy and was acting on his own, to be honest. I'll be praying for the people of Norway.

In other news, I knew people can be stupid, but to be so ignorant that they'll boo a random person just because he's from Israel? I'm guessing these people think that Israelis all think alike? I don't know Benayoun, and I don't know about his political affiliations. But he came here to do his job, which is playing football, not support Israel's political agenda. Those people need to get out of their shells and see that not all citizens support their nation's policies. /rant
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Stumbled over these videos of Jon performing on something called JBTV.

Panic :(

Cassie! ♥

He also performed a number of other songs for his set, but I haven't had time to check those out yet.
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guys, I know I've been harping on about these five and their tour for ages and I'm really sorry for those of you who are still not into them - despite my super-sekrit brainwashing techniques - but I don't see myself stop blabbering on about them anytime soon. I'M SORRY, I REALLY AM.

I understand if you want to unfriend me for a while. I'll be sad (my sad face, let me show it to you D:) but I will definitely understand.

That said - THEY ARE FILMING A BEHIND THE SCENES!!!! I cannot tell you how happy I am about this. The Circus Spectacular was awesome (ice baths! which included practically-naked hot men joking around!), and the exclusive interview they did for the Beautiful World album was comedy gold. I hope Fred + Nick are behind this documentary, too. (seeing from the style of the above video, they are).

Now, if only all five members could appear on a big talk show and have a proper chat, my life would be 1000000x better. Come on, Jason and Howard, stop slacking on your band duties. Just because interviewers request for Mark/Robbie/Gary is no reason not to foist your beauty on them.

(excuse me if this post is a bit disjointed/has really bad grammar. I had a taxing day and am too tired to proofread.)


Watching this made me realize how much I missed JC and his awe-inducing voice.

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Chicharito has his own commercial! I know it's weird to be excited about a footballer doing a commercial but thinking about where he was just a couple of years ago... :')

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why am I not attending this concert? why?? ugh, Jason Orange, you are so ridiculous, it's unreal. Also, did you know that during a radio interview, two ladies tweeted to say that they still had two TT tickets from '95 because they couldn't attend at the time. They asked the boys (just for fun, I imagine) if they could still use the tickets for the Progress tour instead. and guess who said yes? JASON ORANGE. I hope he makes good on his promise.

The best part about this video? Surprise!?uestlove! He seriously knows everybody. check out Karmin's video of them performing Look At Me Now with The Roots live. It was great.

I've been reading so much TSN fic, lately. SO MUCH. I've even started reading Eduardo/Sean (can you imagine Justin and Andrew being together???) and personally, I blame wip and silviakundera. I think I'm a bit overinvested in this fandom. To the point where I don't think I can watch the movie again because even seeing gifs of Eduardo and Mark fighting just hurts. Don't judge me, okay! I'm just gonna read reconciliation fic forever and ever.

This weekend has been pretty crappy because I got incredibly sick (high fever, sore throat, joint pain, body pain, the works) on Friday and til today, it seems like the fever is refusing to be beaten. It left my body really weak. I get this fever pretty much every year so I guess it's good to know I'm home free for the rest of the year.


Man, I almost forgot about this video. It made me sniffle, I'm not gonna lie.
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I follow Micahel Yon's blog after being introduced to it by [ profile] geneli4 a while ago. He's a former soldier and now is a war photographer and journalist.

Some of you heard the news about two war photographers in Libya being killed during an airstrike. Michael posted a message from a correspondent there that really touched me.

I’ve been reading traffic from a private worldwide group regarding the sad loss of journalists Chris Hondros and Tim Hetherington in Libya. The people discussing the loss include names you sometimes see on national television, in books, and so on and so forth.
The bylaws of the group preclude my publishing names or emails without permission. When Nancy Youseff’s message came in from Libya, the importance of the substance of her message was clear.

With Nancy’s permission, I have deleted a few names and here it is, fresh from Nancy in Libya:
Dear [D] and [J]:

Thank you for posting these messages. I came back from Tim and Chris' memorial here in Benghazi to [A’s] message. It was disappointing to say the least especially after watching Libyans and non-Libyans gather to remember Chris and Tim's spirit and humanity. There were protests in Misrata yesterday over their deaths. Yes, those who lost family members and friends gathered to share in their outrage over what happened to Tim and Chris. And at the memorial, the British envoy told a story that is worth repeating. (I am paraphrasing based on my memory.) A resident of Misrata came to him to express his sympathies. The Brit said, "But you have lost thousands?" And the Misrata said "This is different. They came to help us and tell our story. We are indebted to them."

This morning Benghazi's bishop, who stayed here to help the wounded and sick despite the mass fleeing of Christians at the start of the uprising, held a prayer for Tim and Chris.

That is, this is not the story of how we are forgetting the thousands killed in Misrata; it is about how two people from distant lands have touched the people of Libya through their work and their dedication to telling the story of Misrata. They are a reminder that even in war, one can find beauty.

Nancy A. Youssef
Pentagon Correspondent
McClatchy (formerly Knight Ridder) Newspapers

- taken from Michael Yon's blog

on a sidenote: why is it so hard to make a post using your Rich Text, DW??? Whyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy??? ;__________; 
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If you're interested in helping Japan, here's a list of organizations that could use your donations:

Network For Good
American Red Cross (or their campaign set up by them)

MERCY Malaysia (or you can go to their FAQ if you want to transfer from your accounts)

Every bit helps. Also, I would advise you to donate money instead of things like blankets, clothes, and stuff.
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The opener:

Maaaaark. Mark Owen and his high-jumping ways :DDDDD Also in this performance's favour:

- one of my favourite songs
- Jason Orange looking really hot
- how awesomely they used the runway
- the two dancers (one in his underwear, on only in his pants) jumping and hugging each other and looking so happy
- the dramatic image of Mark waving the Union Jack with the background being orangey-red + dancers cheering and stripping

and Adele

no words needed. I can't stop the lyrics from playing on a loop inside my head now.
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(via claudiaandthepurpledinosaur)

such a beautiful picture. although the Brits wasn't quite as fun this year, was it? *g*
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who knew Charice was so cute when she was younger? I certainly didn't. I want to squish her 16-year-old self.

(go watch part 1 on YouTube. At the end, she and David Foster bump fists. I swear to God, it was the most adorable thing I had ever seen. Also, in the 3rd part she does a short, impromptu performance of Billie Jean, complete with awesome dance moves.)
yetunknown: (fuck you)
my gosh. How low can Buletin Utama (major 8pm news on tv) stoop anymore? Asking the Prime Minister PR-approved questions and trying to make him look 'approachable' and 'friendly'? It's like any and all journalism ethics that you've heard about have been thrown out the window when it comes to them. I mean, I knew it was eroding practically before I was even born but that it got THIS bad? and they're broadcasting that fact willingly? It's creepy and gross.
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I'm probably not going to be around this Saturday so Merry Christmas, to those who celebrate it, and a happy New Year! I would say don't do anything I wouldn't do but then you'd be having no fun at all *g*
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they are adorable )
Q: Guys, at what address may I send you my panties?
A: Buckingham Palace, United Kingdom

Rob, Mark and Jason thank you for your time - oh, wait. They're too busy doing each other this )
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this is why I unironically adore boybands.
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Hahahahha! I love how they answer the questions the exact same way, and at exactly the same time.

Stop being adorable, random casts of random movies. The Losers, Inception, now this? You'll be making me want to camp out in the theatre lobby until The Social Network comes out here and I have too much dignity for that.
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I cannot stop watching this video. No, seriously. Cannot. Stop. I've even downloaded it and I'm watching it at least once every time I open up my laptop. Z saying "Ladies and gentleman, Laena Geronimo" and then Laena busting out that amazing bassline is probably the best start to a video in anything I've seen recently. and that guitar breakdown, UNF. and Laena jumping up and down and shaking her hair in the background later on ♥______♥

That part at 0:55 when Ryan leans over towards Jon and they both can't keep from grinning? That's exactly what I feel like every time they do that. :DDDDD

Last but not least, who wants to join me in appreciating this GQMF?

I mean, really. )
yetunknown: (i care!)

I think I hurt my throat, I was choking so hard on my laughter. and about the Palestinian-American car bomber? SO TRUE. even when you're not Palestinian, just a Muslim.


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