Work in progress

Aug 18

Get Involved - The ALS Association →

Okay. I may not have a lot of followers, but those that are there I appreciate you, and I would like for you to pause to really think about something.

The Ice Bucket Challenge. 

You may have thought about it a lot. You may have realized that it is a positive thing, despite it being silly and ridiculous. I mean, what the hell is dumping ice water on your head supposed to do about ALS? 

It brings attention to this horrible degenerative disease. That’s what it does.

Though what, I’m sure is a lot of people, don’t realize that whether you dump a bucket of water on your head, you are supposed to give a donation. If you use the bucket, you can chose the amount. If you don’t, you give $100. 

It isn’t always easy to donate on websites, because you always have that voice in the back of your head: “is this a real association, or is it a scam to get my money and information?” 

This is the real site. Please take the time to donate even something, even something as small as $10. Every little bit counts, and every little bit will hopefully bring us that much closer to really understanding ALS. 

Thank you for your time

Jul 01

gamebythepound:

Me at 13 and me now tbh

Apr 20

Incognito makes me smile

You’ve gone incognito. Pages you view in incognito tabs won’t stick around in your browser’s history, cookie store, or search history after you’ve closed all of your incognito tabs. Any files you download or bookmarks you create will be kept. 

However, you aren’t invisible. Going incognito doesn’t hide your browsing from your employer, your internet service provider, or the websites you visit. 

Apr 07

Post show depression

I really, truly hate when people tell you to watch a show. 

"You’ll love it, I promise!!" 

You decide to watch it. “Hey, it could be fun. I might like it.” 

You do enjoy it, until it rips your heart out. Yet, you preserver. You continue to watch it even though your eyes start to water, and you can feel your heart in your throat, breaking. You know it’s just a show/cartoon/movie/all of the above, but it doesn’t end how you think it should. How you KNOW it should. There had to be another way!

Then you are left there, feeling like a bit of yourself died with the show for a little while. You think about how it should have really ended, but there’s nothing you can do. It happens every time. It’s just so easy to get attached to these characters, and you can’t help but to feel like you lost a friend. 

Sep 15

pyotr-the-great:

d0nniedarko:

That awful moment when you learn that this wasn’t scripted. That Will Smith’s character was actually supposed to brush off the whole thing, but Will’s father actually had left him when he was younger and he just fell apart on the set and the hug at the end was from one actor to another, not one character to another.

Sep 14
Jul 07

guesswhogotsuperwholocked:

THIS IS A SOPHISTICATED SHOW 

Feb 10
Jan 23
  • Doctor Who fandom: A bunch of relatively normal people obsessed with a weird-as-all-fuck show.
  • Sherlock fandom: A bunch of weird-as-all-fuck people obsessed with a relatively normal show.
Jan 14