27th August, 2014

Must. Not. Buy other ridiculous Prada shirts just because I think Silva would wear them.

(The only reason I haven’t bought the gun one is because it’s $630)

((Plus, he wouldn’t actually wear that one, he’d give it to Bond.)) Must. Not. Buy other ridiculous Prada shirts just because I think Silva would wear them.

(The only reason I haven’t bought the gun one is because it’s $630)

((Plus, he wouldn’t actually wear that one, he’d give it to Bond.)) Must. Not. Buy other ridiculous Prada shirts just because I think Silva would wear them.

(The only reason I haven’t bought the gun one is because it’s $630)

((Plus, he wouldn’t actually wear that one, he’d give it to Bond.)) Must. Not. Buy other ridiculous Prada shirts just because I think Silva would wear them.

(The only reason I haven’t bought the gun one is because it’s $630)

((Plus, he wouldn’t actually wear that one, he’d give it to Bond.)) Must. Not. Buy other ridiculous Prada shirts just because I think Silva would wear them.

(The only reason I haven’t bought the gun one is because it’s $630)

((Plus, he wouldn’t actually wear that one, he’d give it to Bond.)) Must. Not. Buy other ridiculous Prada shirts just because I think Silva would wear them.

(The only reason I haven’t bought the gun one is because it’s $630)

((Plus, he wouldn’t actually wear that one, he’d give it to Bond.))

Must. Not. Buy other ridiculous Prada shirts just because I think Silva would wear them.

(The only reason I haven’t bought the gun one is because it’s $630)

((Plus, he wouldn’t actually wear that one, he’d give it to Bond.))

27th August, 2014

casualvendetta:

agentjamessilva:

mechanical-jewel:

mechanical-jewel:

Who wants their very own Silva shirt? This one’s on eBay for about US$160 (Buy It Now). It’s a size 42, which in US sizes is a men’s 16.5, which is basically shoulder width in centimeters and inches. Mine’s a 40/15.75, and it fits me well (the sleeves are just a little long), and the shirt itself is about as long as I’d usually expect of a shirt meant to be tucked in (I’m 5’9”).
I hope a fellow Silva fan gets it, I could use a shirt twin!

Hey everyone, you might just want to follow that seller, they just listed another one. This one’s a 41/16.

ugh! I want one sooo baaaddd!

SOOOOO I just kinda sorta did a thing….impulse buy >.>

Yay! You know what this means? You, me, and migraine-sky have to do a meetup before we die :D

casualvendetta:

agentjamessilva:

mechanical-jewel:

mechanical-jewel:

Who wants their very own Silva shirt? This one’s on eBay for about US$160 (Buy It Now). It’s a size 42, which in US sizes is a men’s 16.5, which is basically shoulder width in centimeters and inches. Mine’s a 40/15.75, and it fits me well (the sleeves are just a little long), and the shirt itself is about as long as I’d usually expect of a shirt meant to be tucked in (I’m 5’9”).

I hope a fellow Silva fan gets it, I could use a shirt twin!

Hey everyone, you might just want to follow that seller, they just listed another one. This one’s a 41/16.

ugh! I want one sooo baaaddd!

SOOOOO I just kinda sorta did a thing….impulse buy >.>

Yay! You know what this means? You, me, and migraine-sky have to do a meetup before we die :D

(via Movie & Random things)

26th August, 2014

skyfallat221b:

I GET SO BLOODY OFFENDED WHEN PEOPLE WRITE JAMES BOND AS AN AGENT WHO HAS NO FUCKING CLUE AS TO HOW TO WORK A COMPUTER

BECAUSE

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REMEMBER

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THIS

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FUCKING

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SCENE

OKAY

HE HACKED M’S COMPUTER

M WHO IS HEAD OF MI6

AND HE UPLOADED INFO AND DOWNLOADED INFO

AND I JUST

FOR FUCK’S SAKE

JAMES KNOWS HOW TO WORK A COMPUTER

STOP MAKING HIM LOOK LIKE A DINOSAUR WHEN IT COMES TO TECHNOLOGY

YES, I’ve always seen Bond as one of those people who can play the systems he uses regularly. I think his knowledge of coding and such is limited (he’s never going to beat Silva or Q even on that score) but he can find backdoors in MI6’s intranet like a boss.

The movies never cover his non-mission work, but in the books at least, he says he only goes on a few big missions a year. He has an office and does a fair deal of paperwork and is secretly writing a book on different hand-to-hand combat styles. Modern movie!Bond totally has the time to fuck around on MI6’s intranet and get into things he shouldn’t.

(via Clint? You are an idiot.)

25th August, 2014

iwouldliketoeatrandy:

HOW COULD THEY END PENNY DREADFUL LIKE THAT WHAT THE FUCK IS THERE A SERIES 2?!

Next year ;) Madam Kali, the medium from the seance and who flirted with Sir Malcolm over guns, is going to be the main villain!

(via Oh Jeez)

25th August, 2014

25th August, 2014

Turning my life into an RPG apparently

mix-to-ignition:

mechanical-jewel:

Yesterday when I went looking for a notebook to write down the things I accomplished, I found one that had previously been used for that exact purpose (and there I was last night feeling like I’d hit upon this amazing, never-before-imagined mitigation of my mental health issues).

Last time I tried this, I had assigned point values to the different kinds of accomplishments with the intent to score at least 50 points a day. I may or may not continue with that part of things, since it does ultimately translate to “I didn’t accomplish enough” if I don’t hit 50 points, but we’ll see. But here’s what it looks like, in case you’re curious:

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Interesting method…I’m currently seeing a psychologist for my ADHD and he has me in a “12-step” program. Not sure if I like him though. Maybe I have some trust issues (normally I don’t but when I’m paying someone by the hour I can’t help but wonder) with therapists because I’ve tried a few.

Yeah, I thought about getting a life coach or something, but I know I would just end up resenting them. Even if they weren’t the scolding type, I would assume I was the biggest disappointment to them any time I didn’t keep to a goal or something. I don’t need another parent, and I really don’t need yet another appointment to keep. I think just sitting down, brainstorming and looking up suggestions for mitigation techniques, then doing them by trial and error works best for me. Whenever I don’t do something, now that I know what habits to look out for, I can sit myself down and be like “Okay, why didn’t this happen, what made not doing it more appealing than doing it, what was more appealing to do?” And then just take the lessons from that and tweak whatever I’m trying. I’m pretty sure I know what kind of questions a therapist would ask, so I just ask them myself.

(via cristal poppin')