I love this song because I keep forgetting about it. Every couple of months it'll be reminded to me and I get to experience it again. It's so rare to see Yeezy spit this way, so this would've been tough to record and yet he fucking nails it. Such a good loosie.
This hits way too close to home.
Side note; what's the wallpaper they have in the corner?
Glad you liked it! I'm not sure if you're talking about the Dark Tower wallpaper on the computer or if you're talking about the film poster behind the Sony Executive's head. So here's both!
The poster. This is actually a fan-made poster for a short film I made with my friends. Here is the short film. We had no budget, no script and no actors when we decided 'Hm, maybe we should film something' when treating ourselves to an adventure far from home. Enjoy!
Many thanks. The wallpaper may not work well for desktop but perhaps it'll be good for mobile once I get tired of Blaine being my home screen. Have you considered crossposting the video to /r/movies yet?
We certainly have! However, we are from Australia and we want to post there during some kind of US peak-hour moment, and I think for us that's about 4am. So posting at a time when it'll be seen is difficult :P
"You don't like it so you're a bigot!" That's you. That is the argument you just put forward. Which ironically is bigoted in and of itself.
I'm not throwing a tantrum. I have simply decided to wash my hands of this series because after 5 years of waiting for it to get better, it is clear that it won't. And I feel that on principle this has retroactively tainted the series as a whole. As such, I want nothing more of it around.
Ok bye! :)
All new Doctors have a similar chance to fuck up. Eccleston was a pretty average Doctor as well. This does not seem to be a gender issue.
So I think what you mean to say is "there is a chance she'll fuck up", which could be applied to any new Doctor casting. Or anything, really. She's not likely to fuck up, she's been incredible in programmes like Black Mirror and Broadchurch.
He needs to come to Australia it's been so long
He did a show in Melbourne quite early last year. I remember because I flew from Perth to see it haha. But yeah, I agree us Aussies need more Kendrick.
Can someone help me with this intro? I almost feel like it's meant to be darkly comedic, like a statement on how even a fuckin blind woman in need is just gonna shoot you dead in America
quickedit: and even the whole lead up is just funny to me. The way he says "Hello maam", I just laugh every time
The 'Hello Maam.....' sounds super creepy. I don't laugh, it just kinda freaks me out