"I find myself spending a lot of time at the shooting location, waiting for my next scene. I do think I’m a team player. Maybe I’m not super social, but I quickly find people to whom I can talk to and feel attached." (x)
Man, why must you be so damn human?! I mean, according to many of Mads’ quotes, he is a person that many can relate to. This is so… fascinating. Amasing and unreal at the same time.
Maybe I’m just glad to see an introverted (at least, it seems so) actor…
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Ok, now it’s official - I’m mad for Burn Gorman. Honestly, who in their right mind woudn’t? Just… just take a look at him.
And his name. God, what kind of parents could deside to name their child with a verb? Moreover, choose ”burn” of all possibly acceptable words?
Need to watch all the filmography… Yes. Yes, that’s what I’ll do… *silently went away, murmuring to herself*
God moves in extremely mysterious, not to say, circuitous ways. God does not play dice with the universe; He plays an ineffable game of His own devising, which might be compared, from the perspective of any of the other players*, to being involved in an obscure and complex version of poker in a pitch-dark room, with blank cards, for infinite stakes, with a Dealer who won’t tell you the rules, and who smiles all the time.
excerpt from Good Omens, by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett (via piechesters)
Motoko: That robot. Did we seem similar to you?
Batou: Of course not.
Motoko: No, I don’t mean physically.
Batou: Just what, then?
Motoko: Well, I guess cyborgs like myself have a tendency to be paranoid about our origins. Sometimes I suspect I am not who I think I am, like maybe I died a long time ago and somebody took my brain and stuck it in this body. Maybe there never was a real me in the first place, and I’m completely synthetic like that thing.
Batou: You’ve got human brain cells in that titanium shell of yours. You’re treated like other humans, so stop with the angst.
Motoko: But that’s just it, that’s the only thing that makes me feel human. The way I’m treated. I mean, who knows what’s inside our heads? Have you ever seen your own brain?
Batou: It sounds to me like you’re doubting your own ghost.
Motoko: What if a cyber brain could possibly generate its own ghost, create a soul all by itself? And if it did, just what would be the importance of being human then?
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