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swietlik:

Happy Birthday David Lyons!
I don’t belive I’m in posession of at least one of his photo (outside caps from shows) where he’s not smiling. And it’s such beautiful thing, to see this kind of joy and such cheerful person. I mean, it’s like sunshine on the cloudy day, it gives you silver lining. And even if it sounds crazy, I’m so gratuful to him, for his very existing. I see that he gives all his soul to his job and all his heart to his character. It’s wonderful to know that he gives it so much thought and it can be seen in his acting. And I will be not exaggerate if I say that David Lyons acting take my breathe away. Every time I see him in the scene, every gesture, every word, it feels true and affects me, in the way I never thought any fiction could. And I realize it was only possible, because he was the person who played it. Thank you, mr. Lyons, because of you I live not only my live, but also your character. Now I’m talking about Sebastian Monroe. It’s amazing that you could bring him to life so well and make him part of mine. It’s amazing that you could make me feel so much with him and make me took second look at my life, on what’s important. That you make me growth as a person by showing me somebody whose that complex and human. 
Thank you and I wish you all that’s best in life.

swietlik:

Happy Birthday David Lyons!

I don’t belive I’m in posession of at least one of his photo (outside caps from shows) where he’s not smiling. And it’s such beautiful thing, to see this kind of joy and such cheerful person. I mean, it’s like sunshine on the cloudy day, it gives you silver lining. And even if it sounds crazy, I’m so gratuful to him, for his very existing. I see that he gives all his soul to his job and all his heart to his character. It’s wonderful to know that he gives it so much thought and it can be seen in his acting. And I will be not exaggerate if I say that David Lyons acting take my breathe away. Every time I see him in the scene, every gesture, every word, it feels true and affects me, in the way I never thought any fiction could. And I realize it was only possible, because he was the person who played it. Thank you, mr. Lyons, because of you I live not only my live, but also your character. Now I’m talking about Sebastian Monroe. It’s amazing that you could bring him to life so well and make him part of mine. It’s amazing that you could make me feel so much with him and make me took second look at my life, on what’s important. That you make me growth as a person by showing me somebody whose that complex and human. 

Thank you and I wish you all that’s best in life.

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  • 14th April
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Watching the 100 I realised what my problem was…

I am a bad guy. Not THE bad guy, I lack the commitment for anything like that. I am milling minion 1023, I am the chuntering mob member 92 stirring up dissent.

In my day to day life, I try to be a nice person. I don’t kill spiders (for a start, that is just like a Facebook invite to a kegger as far as spiders are concerned), I give to people collecting in the street if they aren’t chiggers, I make eye contact and conversation with strangers on the metro and I try not to be a deliberate shit to anyone.

Put me in a dystopian situation, however, I would just be the running dog of the totalitarian despot. The 100? Spacing people seems an eminently reasonable measure. Moral? No. It definitely isn’t, but when you have limited resources and can’t afford wasters? Space your criminals.

I know we are supposed to be against Duncan (this may not be his name, but it is what is in my head) but I think the Doctor is corrupt! She steals blood and medicine that is obviously is horribly short supply to further her own aims. She expects special treatment for her own family, for the elite, and reviles Duncan when she didn’t get it!

Now, Duncan is obviously a few sandwiches short of a good plan, but my issues with him lie with his lack of good governance and not his more asshole notions about spacing people. That I could understand (not approve if I was one of them, but understand).

The whole ‘but what point is survival if we lose our humanity, our soul?’ Thing they always trot out? Screw that, I will new clinging to life with my damn, damned fingernails if I have to.

(I had this problem with Terra Nova too. I thought the parents of those three kids - in a world where you were only allowed two - were horrendously selfish. They screwed the world a little, their kids a lot and - seriously - with something like it the script needs to tell us WHY they did it. Religious reasons? Social rebellion? Just really bad at biology?)

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