Scully: Not everything is about you, Mulder, This is my life.

Mulder: Yes, but it’s m—

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"It’s a long time, it’s a long of work, you’re in this crucible, it becomes this juggernaut… and we become like, hugely famous people, and we all change a little bit, go a little crazy, think that we’re special, and then we come back down to earth and we know that we’re not…

"And it’s just all these things that happen. We see the worst of each other. Fame brings out the worst in people, as does success, in a weird way. Until it doesn’t, until you learn how to deal with it, until you learn what it’s all about. And I think now we do. And now that we all do, we just really appreciate one another for having gone through that experience. And not only that, but I appreciate her talent much more than I ever did."

- DD, Popcorn with Peter Travers, 2008

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coeykuhn:

Added a Mulder to my Scully pic <3333 nostalgia sassy walk.
-COEY!

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hahahaha just spent like $200 at le chateau but i pretty much completed my scully costume for halloween!!!
i didnt buy the shirt pictured, i just had it on for full effect, but i got the blazer, pencil skirt, and pumps «<:) i already own a white dress shirt
all that i have left to get is a cross necklace (which is proving almost impOSSIBLE, everything i find is so gaudy or too big or it has rhinestones or it’s silver, not gold……. sobs i might have to go to walmart), and then i’ll redye my roots and get my hairdresser to style it! and iM DONE
i think the best thing about this costume is that like 99% of what ive bought is usable after the fact; i’ll save the blazer and skirt for job interviews or something fancy and professional
happy halloweeeeeeeeeennn i still have no plans  but i’ll have no plans and be scully so its ok

The 17th Independent Spirit Awards in Santa Monica – March 23, 2002.

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plenilune:

PHOTOS FROM THE GIANT ROCK SPACECRAFT CONVENTION, HELD IN LANDERS, CALIFORNIA, FROM THE 1950S THROUGH THE 1970S

so, back in the ’30s this dude built a home all alone in the middle of the Mojave Desert inside of a GIANT ROCK because he wanted to be left alone with his radio antennae forever. the police thought he was a spy because of this GIANT ANTENNA ROCK IN THE MIDDLE OF THE DESERT but he wasn’t, he just didn’t want to talk to people ever. after his unfortunate death, his literal only friend George Van Tassel took over his GIANT ROCK HOUSE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE DESERT because it seemed like a super cool place to indulge in his primary hobby, telepathically communicating with alien life. so he moved in and ended up building a small restaurant, an airstrip, and an EXTRATERRESTRIAL RESEARCH CENTRE he called “THE INTEGRATRON”, which supposedly was capable of anti-gravity, rejuvenation, and, uh, time travel, thanks to the generous efforts of some aliens on Venus.

and then he started holding a convention there. which he called THE GIANT ROCK SPACECRAFT CONVENTION and from these photos it looks AMAZING. it went on for twenty years and was the dream pilgrimage of UFO enthusiasts p. much until the dude’s death, drawing 11,000 visitors at its peak. after Van Tassel’s death, there was talk of turning ~THE INTEGRATRON~ into a disco, but this never actually came to be, which is tragic, because I would love to go to that disco. it is still there, though, and the current owners use it to give tourists something called “sound baths”. the GIANT ROCK is also still there, but it very ominously split in half in 2000 and is now covered in graffiti.

so there you have it. my new very favourite thing that ever happened in the whole world.

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muffinpines:

in case anyone was wondering where i disappeared to for some hours…

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