Duck and cover!
Atom bomb drill at school in Los Angeles, Calif., circa 1951.
Girls in shorts in Midwest, 1950s © Grey Villet
eleven used to be all bouncy and cute and adorable and now he’s becoming more and more broken and dark like nine and ten were towards their ends and that makes me nervous
take a minute to imagine how bizzarre this post sounds to other people
it just sounds like you’re really emotional about math imdone
i just really love math guys
I just realized that 42 seconds into 4:23 pm on August 4, 2015, that will be the only moment in our lifetime where the date is all of The Numbers from Lost in order: 4/8/15, 16:23:42
I felt so sorry for Sherlock in this scene because they just completely invaded his home and disrupted all his things. Yes so they might have been a bit weird but it’s what he does and it’s just, you can really see how upset he is by it all in this scene, it genuinely looks like they’re bullying him and he hates it. I feel so sorry for him because it’s not for them to do and I would hate it if people came into my home and just moved all my things and ridiculed me for my interests. They wouldn’t solve half their cases without Sherlock and his experiments and I just want to scream at them for being so damn inconsiderate.
You can see he’s overloaded in this scene and it’s horrible.
Every single one of the characters are guilty of this prejudice. Calling him freak, taking him not knowing their name personally, addressing him as freak in public, ridiculing his life.
Yeah, this reminded me of when my mom comes in my room and starts throwing things around because it needs to be cleaned. :|
“WHAT’S THIS DOING HERE?! GET IT OUT!”
I have to leave if she cleans.
I am such a nerd. I’m not one of those girls that goes, ‘Ha, ha, hee, hee. I’m a nerd.’ No, no, no my brain mentality is the same as a 12-year-old little boy. The video games that I play, the things that I like to watch…I’m a Trekkie. I’m so happy the nerds are finally winning.