This just in: Commander Benjamin Sisko has a GORGEOUS smile
“In 2009 the band, having had a difficult time touring North America for various reasons, decided to stage an identical weekend in Montreal two weeks following the Netherlands weekend. People came from all over the world again to attend. On the last night of the weekend during the second last song of the night they played a song called This Strange Engine. The 15 minute title track from their 1997 album and what many fans consider to be in their top 3 songs by the band. It is a sweepingly beautiful, complex reflection of h’s childhood memories. A gloriously structured song with equal parts quiet reflection and heavy intensity building to an epic emotional pinnacle. During one of the intense build ups towards the last third of the song Steve’s midi trigger laced cricket bat screwed up failing to trigger the right parts and replacing them with squelchy honks and noises. The audience watched as he got angry to the point that when it again failed a few minutes later he threw the instrument across the stage which was something totally out of character for him. The band got kind of lost in the parts and couldn’t quite find the point of reentry to get back on course. Steve sat down on the drum riser with his chin in his hands staring out at the audience, every one of which had adrenalin racing through them just watching the intensity build. Then Steve did something that no one would have expected. Not something that hasn’t been done before by many others but done, what I believe, was for the purpose of finding his way out of a very uncharacteristic reaction for him. He walked to the front of the stage, turned around, stretched out his arms, and fell backwards into the arms of the fans who passed him over their heads to the back of the theatre, and back to the stage all to the sound of one of the most emotionally moving guitar solos you could ever wish to hear. He stood back up on the stage and wrapped his arms around himself in a gesture to embrace everyone in attendance who at that point had erupted into a phenomenal wall of applause and cheers the likes of which you just don’t ever hear at a concert. It was the single most amazing live music moment I’ve ever witnessed and it had people moved to tears.”
He was quite safe…
Let’s do this version too!
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Brad Pitt in Killing Them Softly.
Every damn frame is dripping with truth.
NEVER SEEN BUT MUST SEE NOW DAMN U DROPPIN TRUTH BRAD
RIP to generations of women creatives we’ve lost because their eccentricities got them locked up in insane asylums and corrective religious institutions.
there’s no limit to how much I love Jason Momoa
While filming one of the sex scenes in Season 1, Jason came out with a finger puppet on his dick and they had to take a ten minute break because Emilia Clarke couldn’t stop laughing.
I was so bad at PE at school that one day I just cracked, threw my hockey stick across the gym, walked out, never went to a PE lesson ever again and no one ever made me. They knew they were better off.
E.T., what about E.T.?
That moment when Jeremy realises he’s in his 40’s.
I feel his pain…
if you don’t think this is the saddest thing in the whole of the MCU then you’re very very wrong.
Sweetheart, I have some bad news…
A small child on a bus once asked me what my name was.
Me: It’s Elizabeth
Small child: Do you know Jack Sparrow?
I then regaled her with tales of my life on the high seas. It was great.