bryan fuller giving us a handy guide in case we ever need it
"When I ask her (Bernadette Peters) if it was (being a child performer), over all, a good experience for a youngster, she doesn’t answer at first but seems to scan an image bank just behind her eyes for something to lock onto. Eventually she comes out with a seeming non sequitur. ”I didn’t know how to swim. I remember, in Las Vegas, I fell in, once, and they thought I was flailing, but I felt like: ‘It’s pretty down here!’ I might have been dying and I was thinking: ‘Look at the pretty color!’ And suddenly my fear of water was gone, and I could have stayed in forever.” After a while, I realize she’s answered my question. Then she dismisses the image: ”But I had to get my hair dry for the show that day, so up I came.” -Bernadette Peters interviewed in The New York Times, 2003
ugh beethoven your music is delicious
"Girl Speaks Gibberish With Perfect Accents To Show What Languages Sound Like To Foreigners"
I love this?
I ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW WHAT AMERICAN ENGLISH SOUNDS LIKE TO OTHER PEOPLE.
Mention Next To Normal
#if you wanna get them real bad then whisper ‘hi dad’ in their ear
Two rare color shots of Julie Andrews and Robert Goulet, in the original Broadway production of Camelot.
why celsius/centigrade is better than fahrenehenheit
- easier to spell
- all water below 0 is ice. easy and logical
- all water above 100 is steam. easy and logical
- if it’s 1 degree outside one day and 10 degrees the next you can literally say it’s 10x warmer and you aren’t even exaggerating
why farhenininheniehenhet is better than centigrate/celsius
VIVA LA VIE BOHEME!
The X-Files Season 5 | Agent Fox Mulder
" The truth I’ve been searching for…that truth is in you. “
TSJF | Tonight Show Truth or Truth with Stephen Colbert