timelordangel:

we all have that one band that when you listen to it it’s like talking to an old friend that has never let you down and somehow it makes everything better

“I love that she’s unapologetically badass. There’s no back-story trying to explain something horrible that happened to her that explains who she is. No, that’s just who she is. She just is this person; no explanation needed. Just like men—when a male character comes on screen and is a badass, you just accept it. And I’m hoping that’s what fans do with Rosa. She is who she is and she just doesn’t give a shit.”- Stephanie Beatriz on her character, Rosa Diaz, in Brooklyn Nine-Nine

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fuckyeahmercury:

'These Are The Days Of Our Lives', written by Queen’s drummer Roger Taylor, was issued as a single on December 9th 1991 as a double A-side single in the wake of Freddie Mercury’s death. The single debuted at #1 on the UK Singles Chart, and remained at the top for five weeks. The accompanying video was the last to feature Freddie Mercury as he was in the final stages of his battle with AIDS. As the song ends, Mercury whispers "I still love you", which were his last words on camera.

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