Margarita Sisters

stripedtie:

"No. No auditions. I want to sing the duet with Kurt."

stripedtie:

"No. No auditions. I want to sing the duet with Kurt."

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anneisagleek replied to your post “So, what’s the verdict on Red Band Society? Should I give it a go?  At…”

I haven’t watched it yet but from the feedback i saw it’s quite good!!! I’m gonna watch it tonight though… So i can give you my opinion later! :)

So I’m watching it now and I’ll definitely give it a few more weeks. I’m not 100% sold though.  

Warning to Coffeegleek. There’s a homeschooling joke within the first 5 minutes. I got angry on your behalf.

So, what’s the verdict on Red Band Society? Should I give it a go?  At least one of my followers must have watched it. Anyone?

nicoleanell:

The Cavils seem to have a great investment in protecting the hierarchical order. There’s a suggestion that perhaps the Cavils exist to keep the Cylons honest.

The Leobens tend to be more spiritual and more in tune with ideas of God and man and the relationship with the spirit.

All the Cylons are equal in theory, but the D’Annas tend to try to dominate any settings. They tend to try to become the de facto leader.

The Simons tend to be caregivers and health professionals. The Dorals are more bureaucratic and by-the-numbers and just trying to get things done.

The Sixes all tend to be seductive on some level, manipulative on some level, and insecure on some level. They’re capable of deception and brutality. The Sixes have also become the gateway for the audience to be forced to acknowledge the humanity of the Cylons.

All the models of Cylons share certain traits. You can say that all the Sharons tend to be more naive, more trusting, to be pulled by their heart in one direction or another.

— Ron Moore & David Eick on the shared traits of Cylon models

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flamingmuse:

It’s like the physical manifestation of the “You matter” speech in the best and most loving way possible.  It changes you.  It does something to your heart.  Yes.

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micdotcom:

Here are the books you should read next, based on your favorite classics 

To help with the book hunt, we sorted through the new releases of 2014 to find the worthy contenders that have something in common with your old favorites. That beloved comfort read might be the path to your next great find.

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