I never wanted any of this. I never wanted to be in the games. I just wanted to save my sister and keep Peeta alive.
Mrs. Everdeen, it’s the things we love most that destroy us.
chaseangela said: i looked up on ‘trylon and perisphere’ on wikipedia and it says they symbolized a utopian future, so i think it has to do with that somehow. prob how fucked up our present (i.e., future in 1939) is
Yeah, the “Democracity”, and the slogan “Building the World of Tomorrow” is what led me to think it’s refering to the international crisis that’ll arise, and how nothing is as it should be in the world.
Winston, this is everybody.
Everybody, this is Winston.
September’s month: looking after the Fringe team in all eras and universes
"It’s not like winter where I come from. It’s a beautiful, sunny days and the sea is blue… and it’s like a postcard." - Rupert Friend
I’ve got to say that since we realized at the end of season one that they made a blooper reel, I’ve noticed in season two people are trying a little harder to get on the blooper reel. And I can’t claim to be completely innocent there. Because you wanna be on the blooper reel, you know.
I’ve come to the opinion that home is where the heart is.
Jesus Christ, Quinn, so friggin somber all the time. Buck up, handsome, your girl just arrived!!One would think he’d cheer up a little at the sight of Carrie, but I guess given all the circumstances, both his and hers…