I will always, always defend Regulus Black for he overcame his fear and died silently, not looking for praise but to give Voldermort the finger.
A Roman walks into a bar, holds up two fingers, and says ”Five beers, please.”
i dont get it
No one explain it
After the Roman drinks the beers, he tells the bartender, “I want a martinus.”
"Don’t you mean a martini?”
"If I wanted two, I would’ve asked for them."
these are the best jokes ever
Me walking into school
Me at work
Me when I’m pretending to be a 9 year old girl when I’m actually 33 so that you would adopt me so I could sleep with your husband and murder your children.
things that do not make you a man:
- genital configuration
things that do make you a man:
- inability to slay the witch-king of angmar
Almost snorted milk out of my nose.
Dmitri Shostakovich - Waltz from “The Golden Mountains” (1936)
Conducted by Michail Jurowsky
Shostakovich’s third film-score was for Yutkevich’s epic, ‘The Golden Mountains’. A backward Russian peasant moves from the country to the city where he finds work helping the industrial bosses break factory strikes. But his experience of the terrible living conditions of the working class opens his eyes and turns him into a revolutionary and he ends up leading a strike himself.
The music for this film was Shostakovich’s first attempt at the kitsch-heroic style already being tried in Hollywood. The result is one of the most varied, colourful and over-the-top of all his film-scores. He himself made a grandiose Suite from his score, op.30a, by taking six numbers from the film and splicing on to the end of the last one the closing bars of his 3rd Symphony to make a more effective heroic climax. This is music in glorious orchestral technicolour, designed to make the audience jump out of their seats. It is scored for lavish forces, including an organ, two harps and the plangent and ridiculously slithery sound of a Hawaiian guitar. The fugue (movement 3 of the Suite) for organ and orchestra is perhaps the most remarkable passage, an intensely dense tapestry of sound, almost in the manner of Charles Ives.
Other films scored by Shostakovich:
Hongki & Mina - Global We Got Married, wedding scans. (Source)
The unholy offspring of lightning and death itself.
Never engage this dragon.
Your only chance,
hide and pray it does not find you.
"Too many books?" I believe the phrase you’re looking for is "not enough bookshelves".