Last night in the apartment I currently live in because tomorrow WE move! I’m a little tipsy, a little excited and very ready to move into a bigger place! My weekend will be spent moving boxes but I’ll get back to tracking more Mister Misery music first thing Monday! I’m also excited to let you all know that I’m working on a “solo project” more specifically a song I’m going to make into my first release. I’m in talks with the perfect person for this type of metal music and I think the end result will be phenomenal! Have a great weekend phantoms!
DK Corrupted (previously What if) - Prima vs her own son Spectre
Prima tries to get her eldest son what the hell he did, but unfortunately he urgently resists not knowing what he's talking about. She will get the truth from him only later in a much worse situation with the help of an unexpected helper.
The prime monster form is actually the result of a broken bond between her and Evdes. Her form is something between Banshee, Gorgon and Ursula of the Little Mermaid.
Original Picture: Sweet Enchantments (Lovestruck)
I would say a good part of why these movies are often so popular is exactly because of this dynamic. Sci-fi dystopian movies and shit probably wouldn't be as popular if our society wasn't so terminally fucked up.
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That dude is going full Charles Pownell. He cannot be trusted.
✨Arrowverse Challenge: Day 5 - Favorite character from Arrow?✨ 💚Oliver Queen 💚
This epic scene and quote 🥺 but it’s also so tragic and I hate that the Anti-Monitor didn’t stay dead here. Because this actually was epic but then they did another less epic version 😢 anyway Oliver’s journey was epic and sad and emotional and he’s freakin’ Jesus of Arrowverse 😜 like seriously almost though!
That one is spectre, it got rejected tho because of being "too dark" lmao they asked Radiohead to do a song what did they expect. And then they went for a Sam Smith song, such a downgrade..
I don't care for Maddie because while she didn't lose faith after Ryn killed the drug dealer to save her, when Ben let Ian die to protect Ryn's entire species, without hesitation Maddie just threw their whole relationship in the trash and moved on. Maddie wavered and Ryn didn't.
Wano is basically tropes cribbed from various samurai and yakuza films, Oda himself has said as much.
Fishman Island...I'm not 100% sure where Oda's inspiration is there.
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🌈Le spectre électromagnétique regroupe l'ensemble des ondes électromagnétiques en fonction de leur fréquence, longueur d'onde ou énergie. On le divise en plusieurs grandes catégories, qui présentent chacune leurs spécificités.
Les ondes électromagnétiques qui constituent le spectre n'ont pas besoin de support matériel pour se déplacer : un champ électromagnétique nous entoure en permanence, de la même manière que l'air nous entoure.
Comme toutes les ondes, la lumière possède une infinité de longueurs d'onde différentes qui lui donnent justement sa "couleur" lorsque l'on parle des couleurs visibles par l'homme. On obtient traditionnellement un spectre de la lumière du soleil☀️ si on la fait passer à travers un prisme ou encore à travers des gouttelettes d'eau. 💧
Merci d'avoir pris le temps de lire ce post ! ♥️
Sources✍🏼 : Guide gestion des couleur / Science & Vie
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Just one week before the giveaway for Casino Royale! Check the end of this post for details on how to enter!
"Love of life is born of the awareness of death, of the dread of it."
This is a strange experiment for Fleming. This is the 9th book in the series, but it is unique in that it's told first person...but not Bond's perspective. It's told from the perspective of Vivienne Michel.
Vivienne tells the story of her love life and eventually goes into the tale of her watching a hotel. While doing so a couple of thugs come to the hotel. •
It isn't until 2/3 of the book have passed that Bond appears and saves the day, letting Vivienne know that he is right off of the operation Thunderball. He spends the night, and in true Bond fashion, is gone when she wakes the next morning.
The narrative is strange, and is far more explicit that any other Bond story. Fleming was obviously playing with style, trying to keep the series fresh, but he was famously unhappy with this book. In fact he even did his best to block paperback rights, and wouldn't allow Albert Broccoli to use anything but the title. It wasn't until after his death that elements of the story were used in a Timothy Dalton Bond Film.
Do you know which film?
We're still giving away a copy of Casino Royale by Ian Fleming. All you need to do to be eligible is follow this page on Instagram and like the post for Casino Royale. You'll get an extra entry for every like of a Bond post in the run! Good Luck!
How bond stumbles across all these models out of nowhere, I don’t understand.