humansofnewyork:

"Who’s the better player?""I am. He’s too scared to sacrifice his pieces. He hasn’t learned that sometimes you need to lose two to gain three."(Kampala, Uganda)

humansofnewyork:

"Who’s the better player?"
"I am. He’s too scared to sacrifice his pieces. He hasn’t learned that sometimes you need to lose two to gain three."

(Kampala, Uganda)

(via swallowed--words)

"…hoping things were going to end one way, and then they didn’t end that way…I think everybody saw a decline in the quality over a few seasons, and then [showrunner Brian Buckner] took over. He’s had two seasons to take it back to where it should be, and I think he did exactly that. He took it down to a more familial unit, made it about people’s personal relationships, and the viewers who stayed with it, who kept faith with it, I think their faith was rewarded. I think it ended in the best possible way."

deesdiaries:

cookietookie:

switchbladekiller:

thegiftoflettinggo:

-Rob Kazinsky on True Blood (Zap2It)

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lmao is everyone and their mothers going to defend this shit now?

What the hell does Kazinsky know?  They screwed his character up, too.

"Here’s a 67 year-old actress that lets the camera one millimeter from her face. She was wearing make up, no makeup, and sometimes makeup that made her worse. And, you know, just completely no vanity, complete surrender to the world, complete surrender to the material.”

-Darren Aronofsky on Ellen Burstyn in Requiem for a Dream.

(Source: aronofskie, via thedanksideofthemoon)