"For years now, in many of my notebooks, there would always be something about an idler wheel. I like the idea of the idler wheel—it just sits in between things, but it makes such a big difference in the way that the machine is working. That concept has always been something that has interested me, but I didn’t really know why. Now I feel like it connects with feeling everything because I’ve gone through a lot of attacking things in my life—like, “There’s a problem here, I have to do something about this,” or “I’m not useful unless I’m doing some kind of job.” It’s to the point where I feel like I’m not really a full human. I used to feel like, “I’m not a functional person because I don’t go on lunch dates with friends. I hear about people having dinner parties but I never do that. I’m not really human.” But if I were to imagine myself as an idler wheel inside some big mix of gears, then I would be connected to everything. It’s not like there’s just me and then nothing. This is going to make me sound kind of flaky, but I’m like “Hands Across America” with the moon right now. I feel like I am connected to even the farthest-reaching part of the universe—as is everybody."

Fiona Mothereffin’ Goddess Apple (via ofthegirl22)

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"A mind needs books like a sword needs a whetstone, if it is to keep its edge. That is why I read so much."

Tyrion Lannister (A Game of Thrones)

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This gif set is both depressing and awesome.

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You know that bit a few days ago where I volunteered to write an Inspector Spacetime bit for Community if they took Karen G up on her offer to guest-Amy-Pond it?

That statement is, I am afraid, no longer operative.



A few hours ago, I landed in Los Angeles, turned on my phone, and confirmed what you already know. Sony Pictures Television is replacing me as showrunner on Community, with two seasoned fellows that I’m sure are quite nice - actually, I have it on good authority they’re quite nice, because…

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"It was just me and Jennifer running through the woods and we were kind of messing around, just having fun not filming, and Jennifer said she could kick over my head and I was like “there’s no way.” So she tried to show me and she actually kicked me in the side of the head and gave me a mild concussion. That was the most injury sustained and it wasn’t even while shooting. But she felt so bad. At first, we were laughing about it because I didn’t want her to feel bad, and then afterwards I talked to somebody and said “I think I might actually have a mild concussion.” They did the whole eyeball check and everything, so she felt horrible. She was crying and was like “I’m so sorry. You can kick me in the head.” And I was like “I am not going to kick you in the head, it’s fine.”"

Josh Hutcherson

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Jennifer Lawrence on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon

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