Disney’s tribute to Robin Williams. I can’t believe how painful it is to have lost someone I never new personally… Robin William’s death has reminded me that it doesn’t matter how well you knew someone, what matters is how they impacted your life. Growing up, Robin Williams was a man that I looked up to for many reasons. His comedy, his acting skills, his positive message, and his respect and love for his family made him someone I have admired for my entire living memory. To me, he will always be Patch, Genie, Jack, and Ramon. <3 #rip

Disney’s tribute to Robin Williams. I can’t believe how painful it is to have lost someone I never new personally… Robin William’s death has reminded me that it doesn’t matter how well you knew someone, what matters is how they impacted your life. Growing up, Robin Williams was a man that I looked up to for many reasons. His comedy, his acting skills, his positive message, and his respect and love for his family made him someone I have admired for my entire living memory. To me, he will always be Patch, Genie, Jack, and Ramon. <3 #rip

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Tomorrow night is the season finale of the FX TV series Fargo, an “original adaptation” of Joel and Ethan Coen's 1996 film Fargo. The film was a dark comedy set in the wintry landscape of rural Minnesota which won Oscars for best screenplay and best actress.
The FX 10-episode TV series has a different story and characters, but critics agree that it captured the look and tone of the film, mixing eccentric characters and deadpan humor with sudden and savage violence. 
Series creator Noah Hawley and breakout star Allison Tolman  join Fresh Air to discuss their new series:

Hawley: Joel and Ethan [Coen] have described this region of the country as “Siberia with family restaurants.” I like the idea that these towns are sort of these islands in this frozen tundra and the highway runs through and the highway system has allowed these types of characters to float through and it’s this sort of stranger-comes-to-town story.

Photo via MPR by Chris Large/FX

nprfreshair:

Tomorrow night is the season finale of the FX TV series Fargo, an “original adaptation” of Joel and Ethan Coen's 1996 film Fargo. The film was a dark comedy set in the wintry landscape of rural Minnesota which won Oscars for best screenplay and best actress.

The FX 10-episode TV series has a different story and characters, but critics agree that it captured the look and tone of the film, mixing eccentric characters and deadpan humor with sudden and savage violence. 

Series creator Noah Hawley and breakout star Allison Tolman  join Fresh Air to discuss their new series:

Hawley: Joel and Ethan [Coen] have described this region of the country as “Siberia with family restaurants.” I like the idea that these towns are sort of these islands in this frozen tundra and the highway runs through and the highway system has allowed these types of characters to float through and it’s this sort of stranger-comes-to-town story.

Photo via MPR by Chris Large/FX

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You can’t see it but he was in tears when he was free styling. I can relate to what every word he says and it’s just coming out straight from the heart of what he still feels.

By far the realest shit I’ve ever heard on a freestyle . 👌

WHERES THE NOTES ON THIS?!?!
This is the most amazing thing I’ve seen all year.

Who knows his name?

Thanks for the 1k+ notes everyone!!!!(:

Holly crap.

Damn

THIS. !

tell me his name this kat is ill ~

Duuuuuuude.

relate

That second verse though…

I saw this on Facebook and have watched it so many times and just watched it so many more.

Ill never not reblog this dude. Props.

oh my fucking god when i started i was like ehh but like THE LYRICS ARE P E R F EC T

This shit is so perfect. Damn.

Wow