This is the parlor in Quarters D of Admiral’s Row, a series of Second Empire mansions located on the southwest corner of the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Unfortunately, scenes like this were used to condemn the century-and-a-half-year-old mansions; they were supposedly evidence of the unsalvageability of the buildings. But on closer inspection - yes, the paint is peeling, the plaster is falling - but two separate architectural firms declared 9 of the 11 mansions to be sound, level, and plumb. Once again, the City of New York found an excuse to do away with historic structures in order to help out a developer. This should come as a surprise to exactly nobody.
1. Film noir: a genre of crime film or fiction characterised by cynicism, sexual motivation, fatalism, and moral ambiguity.
2. the colour black.
3. of or pertaining to film noir.
4. suggestive of danger or violence.
5. tough and bleakly pessimistic.
Etymology: from French noir, “black”; from Old French noir, neir; from Latin niger, nigrum.
i just realized that the crunchyroll logo is an anime eye
Wake up america
The advantage of the emotions is that they lead us astray, and the advantage of science is that it is not emotional.