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afro-dominicano:

socialjusticekoolaid:

Whites riot over pumpkins in NH and Twitter turns it into epic lesson about Ferguson, aka The Best of #PumpkinFest, PT 1. #staywoke

in this week’s episode of shit black folks would get murdered or jailed with no trial for

lesserjoke:

Katy Manning in the TARDIS, 1971 - 2014.

inquisgeek:

This.

spookiesnewsies:

reblog if you post

-TGWTG

-Phelous

-OLP

-mike J

-AVGN

I need alot on my dash!!!

yocarmo:

Peter Capaldi with Katy Manning, who played 3th Doctor companion Jo Grant. 

yocarmo:

Peter Capaldi with Katy Manning, who played 3th Doctor companion Jo Grant. 

askperibrown:

Jo in all her episodes 11/? - Carnival of Monsters

pauljhanley:

Companion sketch #69: Jo Grant (later Jo Jones)
Weird drawing this one- I’m so used to depicting her as Iris. :D

pauljhanley:

Companion sketch #69: Jo Grant (later Jo Jones)

Weird drawing this one- I’m so used to depicting her as Iris. :D

disgustinghuman:

fygirlcrush:

Men have written thousands of stories about how having a toxic relationship with their father has completely ruined their lives

but then make fun of girls for having “daddy issues”

ok.

FUCK

coelasquid:

Nintendo’s running a great set-up with the Zelda series where people laud them for having great story but like 90% of that story is completely a product of fan speculation. All they have to do is sprinkle some bread crumbs like “oh look here’s a familiar pattern from a dungeon in an old game on a wall over here” or “Look this guy has a hat like that other guy in that other game” and the fans invent all the possible narratives themselves and congratulate Nintendo for them, it’s great.

There’s almost like a formula for exactly how loose you can play it with your story to get maximum consumer involvement. Like, if something is a solid story that ties up all the loose ends people consume it, enjoy it, and put it back on the shelf. But if it’s just riddled with plot holes and unanswered questions that’s when the audience gets maximum engaged and move into your world to unpack and explain these mystery boxes littering the landscape.

It’s like… I have friends who love the prequels way more than the original Star Wars Trilogy and when we were like “what? How?” the way they justified it made me realize the prequel trilogy, while being terrible stories, are kind of like someone walked up and dumped out a Star Wars D&D set on the table and gave them tons of inspiration for fanfiction and OCs and extensive RPs that the solid, self-contained linear hero’s journey path of the original trilogy didn’t. Same thing with Harry Potter, it didn’t take the foothold it has in society because Harry’s such a likeable guy, it’s people trying to sort out and speculate on all the rules of Wizard society and imagine what it would be like it they or their original characters were fixtures in the universe, it’s people putting Harry to the side and wrapping themselves up in the world around him that created that lasting impression on people.