Vent Time

I am so fucking sick of people’s etiquette when talking to me online. Here’s some examples:

-If I say hi, and lord knows I’m the one saying it 95% of the fucking time, have the decency to say something back. Note how I never said say “hi” back, I said “something”. As in, DON’T BE A FUCKING PRICK, acknowledge that I exist.

-When you say “be right back”, COME FUCKING BACK, EVEN IF IT’S TO SAY “BYE”.

-If you have a reason for not wanting to talk to me at all, please just come out and say it and stop acting like a damned child about it and do some stupid shit like sign off as soon as I pop on. Grow some (metaphorical) balls please.

I swear, if anyone tried pulling tricks like that in person, I can only imagine what would actually happen. Think about it: you say hi to someone you know on the street and they walk past you. THAT’S the equivalent of not answering a message. In fact, here are the other equivalents:

-Someone says “be right back” and runs off somewhere. You will now hang around waiting for them to come back, and they will not. Nice.

-Someone ignores you, or in the other case literally turns and runs upon seeing you.

I swear to god, this technology has made children out of all of you. Fucking disgusting.

Rant over.

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Light My Fire by Shirley Bassey
originally by The Doors
(posted by Nathaniel James)

Jim Morrison was born on December 8, 1943. After graduating from UCLA in 1965, he and his classmates would form The Doors. Morrison and his band would influence many musical artists, including Iggy Pop and Scott Weiland. Morrison, himself, became the prototypical image of the “rock star.” He died July 3, 1971.

This is flat out perfection, and when it comes to covering a band like the Doors, it’s a matter of treading lightly. And yet…this is just amazing! And I can see this being used in a Tarantino film somehow, lol

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I think I’m at that point in this marathon of a semester, I’ve hit the wall. I need to really dig down and put everything I’ve got into getting out of the semester, and more importantly, this year in one piece. It’s gonna be hard, harder than a lot of things have been, although I knew 2009 wouldn’t go quietly. But this time next week, it’s all gonna be worth it, and I’ll have no one else to thank but myself. And I think that’s something I need to do more of. Wish me luck and strength strangers!

When I first saw Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind a few years ago, I thought the whole premise of it was dumb: who would want to erase a person they loved from their memory? What about all of the good times? Isn’t it better to have loved and lost than never loved at all? Well here I am sitting here, now with a firm understanding of the film, and myself wishing that there really was a service to erase someone from my mind, because it’s all become too painful (yes, even the good memories). The film’s become that much deeper as a result, and in my mind it’s an amazing film especially living through the emotions that motivated it in the first place. And about having loved and lost? At this point I can’t say which is “better”. I lost my first love and it’s become more and more painful every day, to the point where ignorance truly seems like bliss. Peace

yourfavoriteredhead:
ok, i saw this yesterday, and i really don’t think i have had that much FUN at the movies in a long time. i will probably see it again soon, it was that good.
I completely agree, everything from the editing to the story to the soundtrack just fit together so well, definitely the most fun I’ve had at the movies since I saw the Hangover, if not even before then. I’m taking a few people who haven’t seen it yet to go, and I normally hate going to see a movie again

yourfavoriteredhead:

ok, i saw this yesterday, and i really don’t think i have had that much FUN at the movies in a long time. i will probably see it again soon, it was that good.

I completely agree, everything from the editing to the story to the soundtrack just fit together so well, definitely the most fun I’ve had at the movies since I saw the Hangover, if not even before then. I’m taking a few people who haven’t seen it yet to go, and I normally hate going to see a movie again

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justlia:
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So ridiculously true…describes an important happening in my life right now…

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justlia:

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So ridiculously true…describes an important happening in my life right now…

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