Easter is full of rival male bettas. Here we have the Lindt variety…(Baby’s new and between tanks at the moment. The bowl is by no means a fixture)
I think they would be silly not to include the apple pie scene. It’s pretty much the most iconic part of cosmos (aside from Sagan’s “Billyuns and billyuns” I guess) I haven’t seen any of them aside from the first episode though. Shame on me.
OH, DO IT. DO IT. NOW. It’s definitely picked up steam with each episode
Tyson also let slip a “billions and billions” the other night, too, and you could hear the smirk in his voice. It was awesome.
“I began to realize how important it was to be an enthusiast in life. If you are interested in something, no matter what it is, go at it full speed ahead. Embrace it with both arms, hug it, love it and above all become passionate about it. Lukewarm is no good.”— Roald Dahl (via fuckinq)
Happy Easter from Gracie and the Bunny’s mascara.
This is what I’ve been doing with my Easter break - an educational game about Anglo-Saxon clothing and textiles! I’m not sure when it will be finished, but I’m hopefully past the difficult coding bit and into the more interesting drawing/researching bit.
Talk to me about Cosmos. I have way too much love for all of that show.
littlesquigglylines replied to your post “If…I were to give Carl Sagan a very crumbly apple pie in a…”
In the original cosmos, that scene was on episode 9 “The lives of stars” I think the new series is following the themes of each episode of the old series? idk for sure though.
I actually can answer that one (husband and I have been watching both back-to-back) in that - outside of the introductory episode - up until these last two, they were actually pretty faithful in terms of following episode order. One jumped to a good chunk of material near the end of the old series (the bike, time dilation etc was almost verbatim), and this last one with the tardigrades etc was mostly all-new material.
You do bring up a point, though! I suppose I can let him keep going a little, and see what other old ground he covers - or if he’ll have his own take on the same concept!