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Formerly the hat rack standing on the crossroads of Ligovsky and Nekrasova, then the hat rack an arms reach from the Fontanka and then the hat rack ON Naberezhnaya reki fontanki. Now, the hat rack who is wandering lost.

leonardhchekov:

Pushing Daisies (2007) || Hannibal (2013)

I have no sense of being famous - you’re just working. And then you’ll have a random day in London when you’ll do some press and it creeps into your awareness that this goes out - that what you do every day goes out to televisions right across the country. 

don’t you want to know how this ends?
"Where I live, there are a lot of apathetic people. People who don’t care at all about what they do or how they do it. They let the world wash over them and barely notice anyone else is even there. Leslie Knope is not one of these people. She cares about everything and everyone in our town. I don’t know how she does it. People come to her with the pettiest, stupidest problems and she cares, like, really, actually cares what happens to them. And if you’re lucky enough to be her friend, your life gets better every day. She spends every waking moment thinking of new ways to make her friends happy. There is something wonderful about seeing someone who has found her true purpose on Earth. For some people, I guess, that’s being an astronaut or a hot-dog eating champion. For Leslie, her true purpose on Earth, her true meaning is making people’s lives better. That’s what I love about her."

Why do you think women identify with the show as strongly as they do?


The eighties spy drama “The Americans” is sexier than many pay-cable shows, in part because it’s about life as role-play
Illustration by Studio Nippoldt for The New Yorker (31 March, 2014)

The eighties spy drama “The Americans” is sexier than many pay-cable shows, in part because it’s about life as role-play

Illustration by Studio Nippoldt for The New Yorker (31 March, 2014)

your only choice will be to run

"There’s only one hell: the one we live in now.