"There’s no tradition of scientists or atheists picketing outside of churches, saying ‘That might not necessarily be true!’ That’s never happened. You don’t see scientists banging on the Sunday school door, telling the preacher what to teach. That doesn’t happen. I simply cry foul when you have people who believe that their religious text has science in it, and they want to put that in the science classroom."
Actually, the photographs are spaced ten years apart, not sixteen.
1912 to 1922.
The young, homeless (but no less dapper) wanderer shown in the first survived the sinking of the Titanic and swam to the shores of West Egg. There he built a life and a large, empty house, in an effort to win the heart of the wealthy, upper class woman he’d fallen in love with a decade earlier and had been separated from against his will.
He shed his earlier identity, and changed his name to reflect his new station. Jack was now known as Jay Gatsby, the eccentric millionaire who threw parties every night in the hopes that one day his love would show up and spin with him as they had long ago in the dance hall of the lower decks.
#and he still ends up dead floating in the water
And then, at the beginning of Inception, he starts out washed up on a shore.
still no oscar
Leo’s entire film career of unrelated projects has better continuity than glee.
(Source: margaritka2005, via flan-solo)