A personal proposal to pants purveyors.*
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*Of course, we know it’s possible to find women’s jeans with real pockets, but it shouldn’t be as ridiculously hard as it is, should it?
i think about the 3d printed spider robot dancing to salsa a lot and im not sure if it’s because of the music or if it’s because of the hypnotizing dance moves
most likely both
this is the best thing ive ever seen in my whole life
oh my god…. i was feeling down and this absolutely 100% lifted me out of it. oh my god!!!! i love him!!!!!
ok so this just hit me
humidifiers fill the air with water molecules from a source of water.
so what if someone filled a humidifier with holy water. would this essentially cleanse a room of all evil?
Either demons aren’t real, or demons are afraid because humans keep coming up with $40 solutions to demon problems.
Anonymous asked: Daryl went to the door the second time because the 'alarm' he set up went off a second time and he assumed it was the dog. Nobody removed them.
Did it sound like cans? I’d have to go back to the ep. I thought it was commotion on the porch that did it. They’d have gotten past the noise barrier and then some, by the time he seemed to have heard anything.
What is most amazing is that you can actually see walkers standing there thru the slats in the blinds. As Daryl approaches the door, they are plain as day.
The thing that gets me is that Daryl didn’t check. When he first heard the dog, he even scanned the rooms inside the house—making sure they were clear before he stepped into them. But that last time, he opened the door without a thought. To me, it borders on implausible for a character like Daryl to drop his guard as much as he did in that house.
It’s interesting that you’ve pointed this out when during the mid-season break, there was a huge call for Daryl to screw up because he’s become too perfect of a character.
I think he can have been depicted as too perfect in 4A and his failing to check the door can be implausible at the same time. There’s no inherent contradiction between those two things at all.
Daryl should screw up. And when he screws up, it should be in ways that are plausible for his character. In a sense, buying into Beth’s slightly foolhardy approach to hope works really well for that—he always wants someone else to define how he should live. He followed Beth in much the same way he followed Merle and Rick, or later (and briefly) followed Joe. But I think it was done too quickly and too resolutely. He wouldn’t lose a deep-born instinct to check a door because he wants to hope there are good people in the world.
I don’t think it’s implausible. Daryl can’t be on point at all times. He has to let his guard down at some point and unfortunately a lot of times that has terrible consequences. I think he definitely bought into Beth’s hope and that caused him to have a lapse in judgement. Daryl’s personality is very easily swayed.