chrystalnicole asked: Skate and Surf was beat. It was really rushed and the different genres and people clashed too much. The stages were way too close and then the main stage was far away. They could have set it up differently. They also should have sent out an email or something saying to get there early to get a wrist band to meet the bands. But overall Fall Out Boy was awesome and that's all that really matters :)
The set up didn’t make sense. I was in a line for an hour and a half to get in the first day. I got on line around 2:30 and didn’t get into the festival until 4:30. I heard so many complaints from the bands too. But really, who sets up four stages next to each other that basically makes two bands play at the same time?
1:21 pm • 20 May 2013 • 1 note
Did anyone else have an awful experience with skate and surf yesterday, or was that restricted solely to my group? I just think the whole festival was poorly executed and not worth the amount of money they sold the tickets for.
10:22 am • 19 May 2013 • 6 notes
Reasons To Be Happy:
- Dead trees still stand and so can you.
- You have five fingers on each hand. One day those fingers will travel from your lap to someone else’s and that person will know all the bad stuff and still want to kiss you.
- Seasons are guaranteed when nothing else seems to be.
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10:19 am • 18 May 2013 • 87,166 notes
June Calendar (so far)
- Free beer and hot wings beginning of june
- Bonnaroo mid June
- Neil Gaiman immediately after Bonnaroo
- Maybe Say Anything!?!
-Interning between all of this
(if I ever complain that I have no money, someone can kindly point me to this post)
12:50 pm • 17 May 2013 • 3 notes
Besides the fact that Jon Stewart is flawless and fantastic, reblogging because I was in the live taping of this :).
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11:57 am • 17 May 2013 • 74,053 notes
And the postcards gonna read “fuck yeah we can live like this” #nowplaying #jacksmannequin
11:33 am • 14 May 2013 • 5 notes
what the fuck Doctor. okay who wrote this episode, who thought this would be okay. UPDATE: IT’S FAR FROM OKAY
that’s why she slapped him afterwards
COMEDIC SLAPPING DOES NOT MAKE SEXUAL ASSAULT ON CHILDRENS TELEVISION OK
THANK YOU THIS IS EXACTLY WHAT MADE ME DISLIKE THIS EPISODE SO MUCH
And then how she slaps him and he says that “felt good”
THAT DID NOT FEEL GOOD
THAT IS NOT THE REACTION YOU WANT WHEN YOU KISS SOMEONE
IF SOMEONE SLAPS YOU THEN YOU HAVE DEFINITELY DONE SOMETHING WRONG
DO SOMETHING ABOUT THAT FFS
STOP TELLING LITTLE KIDS THAT FORCED KISSING IS OKAY
What the fuck is going on with Doctor Who. The fact that she slapped him should be a hint to him that it wasn’t okay but he laughed it off anyway. Like, if someone fucking punching you doesn’t make you realize you did something fucked up, I don’t know what will. But no, apparently sexual assault is okay if it’s the Doctor!
I never actually got why he did it anyway? Like… Am I missing something, or was it just a completely random, pointless things that added nothing whatsoever to the plot and was utterly awkward and unnecessary?
I think it was kinda supposed to be like the time he kissed Rory in a jokey manner, but personally I thought that the way it was done made it uncomfortable. Furthermore it leaves a bad taste in my mouth to think that we’ve now seen Jenny forcibly kissed by a man (whether with sexual intent or not) before we see her kissed by her own wife.
I hope you people never see any old Three Stooges shorts. The concept of slapstick has been lost on this generation.
Yes, jimrabbit, if only we could go back to the days where rape was legal, consensual gay sex illegal, and racial segregation was enforced. Those were the great days of comedy.
Really? We’re going as far as accusing for sexual assault now? Even if it is a kids show, do you really think that they’ll be thinking that? When we’ve had Torchwood and yes even though it is not a kids show you might as well be more angry towards that show than this single scene. I really don’t understand the extremities of this post.
YES, this is one of the main reasons this scene is wrong. This is a “childrens show” but the people running it are not, and they should of realized that something like this is NOT OKAY. This is sexual assault, would you like it if someone did this to you. Literally grabbed and bent your body back and forced their mouth on to yours, and didnt even apologize? I wouldnt. People get fired from jobs for shit like this. Children are impressionable, they see this and it goes into their subconscious. There were more problems than just this scene, but this scene was fucking gross. He forced himself on her. SHE SLAPPED HIM. SHE IS MARRIED. It’s not okay, and its okay for us to call the writers on it since I ASSUME we are all adults here. We have all the right to be angry about this scene.
I also want to mention that the Doctor was FULLY aware that she was already married AND is a lesbian.
I didn’t like this scene.
9:45 am • 14 May 2013 • 487 notes