Licia Ronzulli, member of the European Parliament, has been taking her daughter Vittoria to the Parliament sessions for two years now.
And people still continue to worship USA.
its because they’re all fed with lies
Look at her expression. She has no fear.
Probably because that’s Li Thi Van playing the role of “Village Chief’s Daughter” in the feature film Platoon and the man holding a gun to her head would be William Dafoe, AKA the Green Goblin in Spider-Man
I SWEAR TO FUCKING GOD THIS WEBSITE
this never stops cracking me up
I GUESS YALL GONNA KEEP REBLOGGING THIS NOT KNOWING THE DIFFERINCE BETWEEN MY MAN TOM BERENGER AND WILLEM DAFOE
Maybe if I just post this picture of Alexandra Daddario on the internet’s tumblr dot com I’ll no longer need to punch her into google images and just scroll for an hour instead of working like I do once a week.
Call me, Al. I’ll let you check out my iPad (I just got the new one it’s pretty dope).
I wanted to show another writer in our room how Highland works, a great piece of software that lets you write in plain text if you don’t have immediate access to scriptwriting software. You type or paste in Highland and it will convert to the script format of your choice, usually without incident.
This is what I typed in front of him as an example, not paying any attention to what I was typing. This is what my stream of consciousness looks like. This is what naturally came out when I started moving my fingers.
There’s a true story. It’s the true story of a Japanese girl who came to North Dakota searching for the one million dollars she saw being hidden in the movie Fargo, which itself was labeled a true story. In this true story the girl, out of place and seemingly confused by the line between reality and fantasy, met her tragic end in the cold Fargo woods, still searching for that mythical one million dollars.
Everybody knows that true story. It was picked up by the media in a big way in December of 2001. There was something darkly comic about it, something that wouldn’t have been out of place in a Coen Brothers movie. And it turns out to have been just as true as Fargo itself.