Odin being pampered.
Some whales aren’t content to beach themselves. This blue whale is one of many in a trend that scientists aren’t yet able to explain. While whales may beach themselves due to disorientation or depression, some go an extra mile, or in this case 12 miles inland.
By wriggling at only a few feet per day, some whales will move well beyond the shores and into forests. Urged on by senses we can only guess at, this blue whale, nicknamed “Mork” by the caretakers who attempted to press the giant back to water, managed to move deeper than any other specimen on record, eventually passing two small villages on its hopeless trek from the coast of Austria to its eventual death in Innsbruck.
Human intervention played a small role in that people kept the whale’s skin wet and cool, prolonging its life for longer than would have been natural. This was done in the hope that two Chinook helicopters would be able to arrive in time to haul the beast back to the Indian Ocean, but the pleas for support fell upon deaf ears when Mitt Romney vetoed the petition and allocated the funds toward animal research on kittens to find a “cure” for homosexuality.
WHY DOES THIS MAKE ME SO HAPPY EVERYTIME I SEE IT
FLESH AND BONE: a “best of” selection of music from BBC3’s brilliant zombie drama series, In the Flesh. Tracks are in chronological order.
1. Charon - Keaton Henson | 2. To Your Health - Keaton Henson | 3. Corpse Roads - Keaton Henson | 4. Don’t Swim - Keaton Henson | 5. Beekeeper - Keaton Henson | 6. Strong Hold - Terry Devine-King | 7. Never Play - Emily and the Woods | 8. Flesh and Bone - Keaton Henson | 9. All For One - Philip Guyler | 10. Reach for the Stars - Terry Devine-King/Adam Drake | 11. 10am Gare Du Nord - Keaton Henson | 12. Party Song - Keaton Henson | 13. Polar Winter - Sam Kills Two | 14. You - Keaton Henson
Blue eyed and black eyed leucistic Columbian Rainbow Boas! The black eyed lucy’s pupils were solid red!
Ah, I had this little Bedelia/Mischa epiphany with some help from a reply. I was saying how cool it would be if Lecter sees Mischa in a similar way that Will sees the stag. A sort of surreal dream state/hallucination, but one he is entirely comfortable with and actually wants to occur. I said it would be awesome if that hallucination was Mischa as if she had lived, so she would be little over 40, blonde, wearing light colours/white.
And then someone said they thought I was describing Bedelia and not Mischa.
Now of course, this raises a few things.
Firstly, Abigail Hobbs is supposed to be the Mischa surrogate, not Bedelia.
Secondly, if Bedelia is to be his love interest, this is entirely sick.
Thirdly, this is my favourite, Fuller created a character for Hannibal to be infatuated with (I believe he is anyway) who is like his sister, or is like what some people (myself) would imagine Mischa to be like if she had survived, accidentally, and this means Fuller is far deeper in the head of Hannibal Lecter than some may have considered. Which is AWESOME.
No, to your other question.
Bedelia isn’t like Hannibal, Hannibal is like Bedelia. I think he modelled himself on her. His style of psychiatry was learnt from her. Because he didn’t know how to do it.
Here is that dependency, he can’t appear human without seeing her every week. So he can’t stop being her patient. This is where the infatuation begins. That is why he likes her so much.
Thank you, I do hope I was able to answer your question.
Here is the original “BEDELIA IS MISCHA AHHHHH” post.
Technically I’ve got a buttload of workshit to do right now, but I was like come on one little hannibally thingy and so here’s Will in boxers for no reason at all… =_=
Dancy has such an amazing profile :3
We’re funny, okay?
So, this happened on my facebook last night. How do you think your favorite classic authors would use social media?
funny story my 5th grade elementary school teacher was the one who figured out i had crazy bad adhd
i hope she’s doing well