A Smattering

Briefly summarized: wes anderson, arrested development, douglas adams, cartoons and sandwiches. Oh, and plenty more references to movies and music because that's why I'm here.
~ Tuesday, February 26 ~
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~ Tuesday, February 12 ~
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gillianjacobs:

community easter eggs: #1 Beetlejuice , Beetlejuice , Beetlejuice

In the first few seconds of Communication Studies (S01E16), Professor Slater, during a conversation with Jeff, mocks on Britta’s name, saying Beetlejuice. In Cooperative Calligraphy (S02E08), when Troy asks Jeff what’s his underwear made of, he answers that they’re an “organic soy-cotton blend” and Britta quickly quips, saying that he usually wears “stripey turquoise Beetlejuice numbers” underwear. On the 1988 movie, if you say Beetlejuice three times, the ghost manifests. During season 3 production, Megan Ganz noticed that the word had been said on the show 2 times and warned Dan Harmon about it, which led them to add the word once more in Horror Fiction In Seven Spooky Steps (S03E05). Once Annie says the word, you can see a guy dressed as Beetlejuice walking in the background.

Tags: beetlejuice beetlejuice beetlejuice! welcome back community
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Tags: get it? because 3 doesn't exist for valve
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hey tumblr!  good to see you again.

hey tumblr!  good to see you again.

Tags: tumblr is the name of the koala
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~ Wednesday, December 5 ~
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theatlantic:

Who Let This Man Die on the Subway?

If there’s enough time to capture a dying man’s last moments before getting hit by an oncoming train that’s that worthy of a tabloid cover, couldn’t the photographer have lent a hand? 

[Image: New York Post]

theatlantic:

Who Let This Man Die on the Subway?

If there’s enough time to capture a dying man’s last moments before getting hit by an oncoming train that’s that worthy of a tabloid cover, couldn’t the photographer have lent a hand? 

[Image: New York Post]

Tags: hello photographer was that train moving too quickly? what the hell? not even an action shot so this person must have just been standing there thank you for asking theatlantic because that question didn't immediately come to mind
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Tags: uh yeah seriously what? filibuster
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theatlantic:

In Focus: 2012: The Year in Photos, Part 1 of 3

2012 was an eventful year, from big events like the London Summer Olympics and the U.S. presidential race, to regional conflicts in the Middle East and Africa, to smaller issues closer to home. Reverberations from last year’s transformative Arab Spring still heavily affect Syria and Egypt; and the slow recovery from the recent global economic crisis brought bitter austerity measures to parts of Europe, leading to widespread protests. Collected here is Part 1 of a three-part photo summary of the last year, covering its first four months. Be sure to come back tomorrow for Part 2 and Thursday for Part 3. The series will total 135 images in all.

Read more. [Images: AP, Reuters, Getty]

Tags: it gets so sad by the end but what a great picture to lead with! look at that bear!
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~ Tuesday, December 4 ~
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Tags: wes anderson look at bill murray! O R THEY?
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Tags: sir ian sir ian sir ian sir elderberry! stephen colbert gets a kiss
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Look what someone did to our mystery section. LOOK AT IT.

Look what someone did to our mystery section. LOOK AT IT.

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Tags: but I'm really curious which ones are still spine-out mystery
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