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(Psssst. I also write reviews of movies, books, and Asian drama over on my review blog: remaaarkable.dreamwidth.org.)
And if I get one more message about The Darkest Minds I'm going to EXPLODE. Check out http://remaaarkable.tumblr.com/tagged/the%20darkest%20minds and leave me alone.
do you ever stop and think about how high school musical and breaking bad take place in the same town
WE’RE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER
You don’t really understand Star Trek until you’ve seen Galaxy Quest.
Galaxy Quest is the best of all the Star Trek movies.
After a wonderful Tuesday I got in a car accident this morning.
I’m not a believer in waiting for the other shoe to drop, but this definitely feels like one of those universe-balancing-out sort of things.
Luckily I’m okay, my car will be okay hopefully although it was a hit and run and I’ll have to pay a deductible, and my bosses are some of the kindest people ever and are very understanding because we live in LA and apparently your first accident is a rite of passage.
My anxiety, though? Not okay. I nearly pissed myself on the side of the road and was shaking uncontrollably for a good hour and a half, crying and trying to get a hold of myself while calling insurance, parents, etc.
I already knew his opinions were not on the up and up because he constantly used the “friendzone” as an excuse for why he never got a date in college, but he’s been posting a host of MRA bullshit on Facebook lately and you know what? Fuck that noise.
I am so, so tired of the “there are 2 sides to every story!” bullshit. First off: there are MANY sides to a story, not just 2, it’s why English majors exist. Second: THAT DOESN’T MEAN YOU BLAME THE VICTIM FIRST BEFORE ALL SIDES ARE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT, ASSHOLE.
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