I don't know what kind of karma I have, but apparently it's not good. Ever since we had that Internet outage last week my laptop has been fucked up. I don't ever use Firefox unless I'm creating PDFs and it was being such an asshole for no reason. Then iTunes decided it didn't want to open and wouldn't tell me why, it just failed to open and gave me a blank error message. Last night I was trying to fix it because I was planning on making some CDs for my cousins. For some reason when I tried to download iTunes it wouldn't do it, so I restarted my computer and then it wouldn't fully reboot. It still won't. I'm pretty sure I'm going to have to convince my mom to take me to the Apple store on Thursday after my dentist appointment so that I can see what's wrong with it.
UGHHHHH! I don't know why these things always happen to me.
I also woke up this morning at like 5:15 feeling like crap. I don't know if it's my gallbladder or what, but it's not a good thing since we're going to Coney Island today. But the really exciting thing is that I'm staying in the city because I'm going to see JAY BRANNAN tomorrow night!!! I've been attempting to do this for over a year and I'm sooooo pumped it's finally happening.
Full report when I get back home. And then it's off to Baltimore to see the Red Sox play the Orioles. It wasn't my choice, obviously, or we'd be seeing the Yankees but no one cares what I think.
My reaction was pretty much FUCK YOU RTD! wwnnreovnreoinv*
Thankfully I rethought that post.
I just wanted to thank you all for not being crazies. I haven't ventured over to the TW comms in almost two weeks and I don't think I'll be doing so for a very long time, if ever. It's not that I'm so upset I can't handle it. It's that I can't deal with the insanity and I need mine right now.
I hope you all are having a lovely day and will enjoy laughing with me at the evisceration that is to come at Comic-con this weekend.
(I also figured out why I never like Gwen. It's because she's the TW replica of Rose. And I HATE Rose. Good job RTD on the original characters there.)
I love Rupert Grint.
I can't wait for Half-Blood Prince.
But really, the movies are terrible.
Dan and Emma make me cry with some of their acting choices sometimes. And NOT in a good way. I'm watching Prisoner of Azkaban right now on ABC Family and every time I see it I try to figure out whose idea it was to make Lupin so OOC. It's actually painful to watch some of those scenes. I think David Thewlis could have done an amazing job if they just gave him better material.
Gripe over. Maybe I'll watch Order. It's been awhile and it doesn't make me scream. Much.
I'm rewatching a little movie called Love and Other Disasters with the adorable Matthew Rhys. There's a little character in this movie called Paolo who looks very familiar to me and it's not because I've seen this movie like fifteen times.
A little check over at imdb and it turns out to be none other than Santiago. FUCKING. Cabrera.
Otherwise known as Lancelot to all my fellow Merlin fans out there.
That's all I really have to say. :D
*fails at having a Lancelot icon*
The world has not ended, pigs have not started to fly and if hell existed it has not frozen over. In the immortal words of the Stonewall project: Gay people exist, get the FUCK over it. Move on and deal with your own failing relationships and marriages and stop worrying about everyone else's.
RPS has become a reality in my life.
How did this happen? Well I know exactly how it happened. I won't name names. *bradleyjamescolinmorgan*
Yes that's me giving you the evil glare I stole from Katie mixed with the eyebrows of doom from Mr. Richard Wilson.
I need help seriously. This fandom was already a problem and now it's officially eaten my brain.
I need to get some work done before I fall down the tunnel of crack and despair and never return.
ETA: Bandom still scares the crap out of me.
Idol: I'm sad to see Paris leave, cause I think she has an amazing jazz voice but people just really weren't responding to her and I knew she was going to end up being the one to leave. It's completely up in the air for me as to who I think is going to be next to leave...hopfully Taylor or Katherine as they're both starting to grate me.
House: Well I taped the first part of the two night event so I did see that and it was quite awesome, BUT unfortunately I wasn't paying attention to what was happening on Wednesday as it was the last day of classes and missed it.
Last day of classes: It's almost sad that my freshman year of college is over, as I can't believe that it even started in the first place, but the more time I spend here the more I want to move away from it. And as per tradition of the last day of classes here at UVM the next topic comes up...
Naked Bike Ride: Contrary to what some may think, I have not, nor will I ever take part in this event. It's just something I could never do and I have to say as I've now seen it twice sober, it's definitely not something that you can enjoy that way...it's just too disturbing and kind of scarring.
Finals: A pain in my ASS. I have always hated finals as all I want is for school to be over and it the extra time off that college allots is something I'm defintely looking forward to. I'm also supposed to be studying for one of these blessed events that I have at 8 tomorrow morning, but alas this is more important.
CJ: SERIOUSLY, tonight's season finale is the reason I watch this show. It really rectified a lot of the things that were bothering me about this season. Lu for one has just been unbearable and I'm glad to see she finally got that Woody was never hers and never could be. I loved the way he was sticking up for her tonight and like Allan was trying to convey, it was nice to see a little of that going beyond thing that Jordan and Woody have always had return. I don't know how I can survive until September, let alone this January stuff that's being thrown around. Season 6 is looking is going to be crazy. And an extra YAY for Lily and Bug finally getting together, even though I like her with Seely better, this is defintiely second on my list.
Driving Lessons: It's looking good that after the reviews it got at the Tribeca Film Festival that a distributer will pick it up for a North American release which, for anyone who knows me, knows that it would like make my life so we'll see how that goes.
ok...I think I've rambled about enough things at this point and it's probably time I started studying as my European History final is in less than 9 hours
4 DAYS!!!!...well almost
On a completely different note...I'm kind of upset about not being able to go see Rupert in NY this weekend and the N. American premiere of Driving Lessons...BUT...I have next July and the NY premiere of OOTP to look forward to.