Sherlock digs Molly…

I have definitely moved on to a better show and pairing…

Holy Sherlock Batman!

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because just when you think you got all the answers, is the moment when some bitter twist of fate in the universe will remind you that you very much don’t.”  - Tom Hiddleston

An other “Toms view on life” post for you girls <3

Too many Snooty actors out there. I love the humble ones who love ALL their fans.

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mudpie411:

Farewell, Yolanda

Love it.  Now my second favorite scene.

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I love the walk..

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train-to-win:

thehorsegodbuilt:

Zenyatta. Just look at her. 

come someone explain the stripes on her back legs? are they white polos or…?

train-to-win:

thehorsegodbuilt:

Zenyatta. Just look at her. 

come someone explain the stripes on her back legs? are they white polos or…?

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larientasartir:

Daily dose of Cavill, part 45.

I’m coming home.

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latimes:

San Francisco Batkid is the best thing to happen this weekAnd maybe even the best thing ever. Who could say no to a young boy who’s celebrating beating his cancer into remission?
Downtown San Francisco, thanks to the Make-a-Wish Greater Bay Area Foundation, city officials and the work of thousands of volunteers, turned into a Gotham City today, complete with villains like the Riddler and Penguin, just waiting for a tiny caped crusader to swoop in.
The San Francisco Chronicle even published a limited-edition “Batkid Saves City” issue.
Read more on young Miles’ struggle, and his eventual superheroics, over at L.A. Now and Share It Now. And if you’re so inspired, head over to the Make-A-Wish Foundation’s site and perhaps help make more dreams come true (once their site is done being swamped by bat-traffic).

Photo: Jeff Chiu / Associated Press, San Francisco Chronicle

latimes:

San Francisco Batkid is the best thing to happen this week

And maybe even the best thing ever. Who could say no to a young boy who’s celebrating beating his cancer into remission?

Downtown San Francisco, thanks to the Make-a-Wish Greater Bay Area Foundation, city officials and the work of thousands of volunteers, turned into a Gotham City today, complete with villains like the Riddler and Penguin, just waiting for a tiny caped crusader to swoop in.



The San Francisco Chronicle even published a limited-edition “Batkid Saves City” issue.

Read more on young Miles’ struggle, and his eventual superheroics, over at L.A. Now and Share It Now. And if you’re so inspired, head over to the Make-A-Wish Foundation’s site and perhaps help make more dreams come true (once their site is done being swamped by bat-traffic).

Photo: Jeff Chiu / Associated Press, San Francisco Chronicle

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Yesterday was the BEST!

We finally got to meet Amanda Segal (One of the FANTASTIC writers for POI….episode 3 that we saw filming) AND TARAJI!!!!!!

Oh my gosh, Taraji was the coolest.  She talked to us and was so down to earth and we just love her even more now.
Yesterday just totally made my month.

Had some great times today watching Jim and Michael film today (got to meet Jim last year) and hoping to have even more fun tomorrow :-)


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jocelyncarters:

THAT QUOTE ABOUT JIM AND TARAJI’S CHEMISTRY AND HOW WE’RE GONNA SEE AWESOMENESS THIS SEASON

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