Putting This Blog On Permanent Hiatus

I’ll be signed into this account on occasion to manage FYAMF and my College Blog, but other than that I’m only keeping it open in case I want to find something from the past.

I’m following in the footsteps of those smarter and greater than me, but I have been thinking about moving on to a new blog for a while now.

If you want the URL message me on here, but I might not answer…

Bye.

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Oh god, Coca Cola I have missed you so much.
I am, like, rationing my cans from the 12 pack I bought at Target yesterday. 
Someone asked if they could have one and I almost shot them.

Oh god, Coca Cola I have missed you so much.

I am, like, rationing my cans from the 12 pack I bought at Target yesterday. 

Someone asked if they could have one and I almost shot them.

gryffinwhore:

offbeatorbit:

nuditea:

unknowablewoman:

catsandscience:

This German dude cannot figure out Daddy Long Legs.  

OH MY GOD.

THIS IS THE MOST BEAUTIFUL THING I HAVE EVER SEEN.

my laughter was so inhuman that my dad paused the tv downstairs, probably to make sure a wild puma had not broken into the house and started fighting with the linens

HE IS ASKING THE TOUGH QUESTIONS TBH

HOW DOES A DADDY LONGLEGS MAKE A LIFE?

CRYING LAUGHING

OMFG

AJGDFHAGFDJGAHs

WHERE WAS MOTHER NATURE WHEN THIS HAPPENED?

SLEEPING? ON A COFFEE BREAK?

inothernews:

[tw: police brutality] From the New York Daily News:

Scores of protesters were arrested in Manhattan Saturday as a march against social inequality turned violent.
Hundreds of people carrying banners and chanting “shame, shame” walked between Zuccotti Park, near Wall St., and Union Square calling for changes to a financial system they say unjustly benefits the rich and harms the poor.
At least 80 people were carted away in police vehicles and up to five  were hit with pepper spray near 12th St. and Fifth Ave., where tensions  became especially high, police and organizers said.
The National Lawyer’s Guild, which is providing legal assistance to the protesters, put the number of arrests at 100.
Witnesses said they saw three stunned women collapse on the ground screaming after they were sprayed in the face.
A video posted on YouTube and NYDailyNews.com shows uniformed officers had corralled the women  using orange nets when two supervisors made a beeline for the women, and  at least one suddenly sprayed the women before turning and quickly  walking away.
Footage of other police altercations also circulated online, but it  was unclear what caused the dramatic mood shift in an otherwise peaceful  demonstration.
“I saw a girl get slammed on the ground. I turned around and started screaming,” said Chelsea Elliott, 25, from Greenpoint, Brooklyn,  who said she was sprayed. “I turned around and a cop was coming … we  were on the sidewalk and we weren’t doing anything illegal.”
Police said 80 protesters were arrested or ticketed at multiple  locations for disorderly conduct, blocking traffic and failure to obey a  lawful order but the number could rise.

If the NYPD’s excuse for this disgusting behavior — which should make decent police officers anywhere cringe with shame — is that the protestors didn’t have a permit, then fuck that.  Of course, Mayor Bloomberg is probably off in Bermuda on his usual weekend getaway, so neither he nor his police commissioner, Raymond Kelly, won’t have to be held accountable for these wanton acts of police brutality until Monday.  At least.
For shame.
(Photo: Jefferson Siegel / Daily News)

I have experienced this type of police brutality (not at a protest) first hand. 
I wish all the protesters the strength and courage to deal with this and continue fighting for what they believe in. I would be right there with them if I could be.
All you people who think the police are saints, look at this, and then look me in the eye and tell me you still believe that.

inothernews:

[tw: police brutality] From the New York Daily News:

Scores of protesters were arrested in Manhattan Saturday as a march against social inequality turned violent.

Hundreds of people carrying banners and chanting “shame, shame” walked between Zuccotti Park, near Wall St., and Union Square calling for changes to a financial system they say unjustly benefits the rich and harms the poor.

At least 80 people were carted away in police vehicles and up to five were hit with pepper spray near 12th St. and Fifth Ave., where tensions became especially high, police and organizers said.

The National Lawyer’s Guild, which is providing legal assistance to the protesters, put the number of arrests at 100.

Witnesses said they saw three stunned women collapse on the ground screaming after they were sprayed in the face.

A video posted on YouTube and NYDailyNews.com shows uniformed officers had corralled the women using orange nets when two supervisors made a beeline for the women, and at least one suddenly sprayed the women before turning and quickly walking away.

Footage of other police altercations also circulated online, but it was unclear what caused the dramatic mood shift in an otherwise peaceful demonstration.

“I saw a girl get slammed on the ground. I turned around and started screaming,” said Chelsea Elliott, 25, from Greenpoint, Brooklyn, who said she was sprayed. “I turned around and a cop was coming … we were on the sidewalk and we weren’t doing anything illegal.”

Police said 80 protesters were arrested or ticketed at multiple locations for disorderly conduct, blocking traffic and failure to obey a lawful order but the number could rise.

If the NYPD’s excuse for this disgusting behavior — which should make decent police officers anywhere cringe with shame — is that the protestors didn’t have a permit, then fuck that.  Of course, Mayor Bloomberg is probably off in Bermuda on his usual weekend getaway, so neither he nor his police commissioner, Raymond Kelly, won’t have to be held accountable for these wanton acts of police brutality until Monday.  At least.

For shame.

(Photo: Jefferson Siegel / Daily News)

I have experienced this type of police brutality (not at a protest) first hand. 

I wish all the protesters the strength and courage to deal with this and continue fighting for what they believe in. I would be right there with them if I could be.

All you people who think the police are saints, look at this, and then look me in the eye and tell me you still believe that.

A Prayer To The Oncoming Storm

Dear Doctor,
I want to fly with you.

I want to step out of my life for a time,
Have you tug me into that box
And smile,
And skip me away from this world.

I am a ship in harbor;
Safe,
But ready to sail.
Take me on my maiden voyage.

I can see it now;
The cities and stars you would show me.
I can hear the groans and shakes of the TARDIS
As she soars through space and time.

I need you, Doctor.

I need your smile,
Your embrace,
Your low whisper.
“Run”.

I would run with you.

I would run away from the life I have,
Where everything seems to be just a little bit off,
Just a little wrong.
My whole existence is holding its breath.

So pull on the levers, Doctor,
Twist the knobs.
Push the buttons, and check the screens.

I am right here.

OMFG I AM CRYING LAUGHING

So, this group of guys are standing below my window, and are presumably looking for one of the Brothers, and one just starts screaming,

"BROOOOOOO! BROTHERRR!! WHERE ARRREE YYOUUUUU! OH BROTHER WHERE ART THOU??????"

chrisfreakingcolfer:

alexpectopatronum:

archiescrush:

In which Hitler finds out about the spoiler of Blaine Anderson being a junior.

He is not happy. At all.

(I saw this suggested this morning in this post. I decided to make it a reality. I wrote the subtitles and edited the video.)

*slow clap*

Okay, so when my AMAZING arts camp closed, one of the cellists and our concertmaster put a video together with this clip. It was especially funny because Hitler was originally a supporter of the arts.

Only now am I realizing just how much I needed a ‘Hitler finds out Blaine is a junior’ video.

colingasm:

“More importantly, Colin Morgan is beautiful. You meet him in real life and think, yeah, nice, sweet. But he’s one of those lucky bastards that the camera absolutely loves. All cheekbones and black hair and mmm! He’s a seriously excellent actor too. Every line, he makes a really interesting choice.” - Russell T. Davies

J.J. Abrams and Supernatural Creator Team-Up for Revolution

lacunamatata:

holyhandgrenade-:

sadstatue:

J.J. Abrams has never been known for not keeping busy, but it looks like Eric Kripke is trying to step up his game as well. Kripke, the creator of Supernatural, is teaming with Abrams for Revolution, a new project at NBC, reports Deadline


Like many Abrams-connected projects, exact details for Revolution – which is written by Kripke — are being kept a secret, but Deadline says it’s being described as “an epic adventure thriller.” 

Abrams, Kripke and frequent Abrams collaborator Bryan Burk are executive producing and NBC has given a pilot production commitment to the project, which comes from Bad Robot and Warner Bros. TV. 

While Kripke is no longer showrunner on Supernatural (he stepped down from that role after Season 5), he remains an executive producer on the series and Revolution is his second new TV project in the works, along with Deadman – a DC Comics adaptation he’s working on at The CW. 

Among his many film projects, including Star Trek 2, which he is now committed to direct, in the TV realm Abrams just launched Person of Interest on CBS and has Alcatraz coming midseason to FOX. ”

source (X)

I swear to god, if we find out that Joss is gonna write episodes, I might die…

Sooooo, now that I have successfully navigated the drunken debacle on my floor, I’m gonna go back to reading porn…

aaatemyheart replied to your post: Drunk girl locked her friend out of the room down the hall from me…

The girl living next to me in a single was taken in an ambulance. Again.

oh shit, really?

fuck. everyone’s a mess tonight.

It’s this girl Maureen from my end. She’s a hot fucking drunken mess. And I’m standing there offering to try and pick the lock, and then, when she finally lets someone in, basically hovering nearby to make sure the equally drunk friends don’t kill her. 

Jesus. I AM NOT EVEN FRIENDS WITH THESE PEOPLE.

absurdityismylife:

This is what happens when we get a new episode of Supernatural and Doctor Who within 24 hours of each other.

ngl I instinctually reached for my Salt and Burn necklace…

absurdityismylife:

This is what happens when we get a new episode of Supernatural and Doctor Who within 24 hours of each other.

ngl I instinctually reached for my Salt and Burn necklace…