author of Joss Whedon: The Biography. mtv lifer.
i watch a lot of television. a lot.
and i talk about fandom and television in general a lot.
when not slacking off, i'm rambling at PopGurls.com
(not as much lately)

fantasticcatadventures:

"ma’am we asked for your resume…this is just a bunch of pages of cat pictures stapled together with glitter glued on them" 

a glimpse of my future.

WOE is the American Murdoch Mysteries fan tonight. 

WOE!

thoughts for today

sometimes people you consider friends do things to hurt you. 
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quite often, no. and if they abandon you afterwards, you feel blindsided, devastated and left with a mistrust of almost everyone. 

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exactly, Joan. thank you. 

sometimes they stick around, sometimes they don’t. and even though you know that you are better off without these people in your life, little things pop up from time to time that remind you of what happened and you’re flooded with anger and anxiety.
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sometimes you burst through it without a second thought:
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sometimes it breaks you for a little while:
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sometimes it fills you with the rage:

sometimes nothing makes any sense at all:

and sometimes it takes a long time to get through it:
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but you will.

until then, try to remember: 
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listen to Jeremy:
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and let Chloe be your guide:
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you got this.

unclefather:

there are so many groots

unclefather:

there are so many groots

humansofnewyork:

"If they raise the subway fare one more time, I’m going to explode. I’m making nine dollars an hour. I walk home three hours from work every day to save that $2.50, because that’s a half gallon of milk for me and my daughter. And every time they raise the fare, they have a ‘hearing.’ But they aren’t hearing anything. It’s a fucking joke. If you go to one of those ‘hearings,’ every single person stands up and says: ‘Don’t raise the fare.’ Then they raise it anyway. Oh man, it burns me up. ‘We need the money,’ they say, ‘America is hurting.’ That’s bullshit! If I see one more TV program bragging about multimillion dollar homes I’m gonna scream. How about a fucking TV program that shows me if there is anywhere in this city that I can fucking afford to live anymore. I’m sorry, but it’s burning me up."

humansofnewyork:

"If they raise the subway fare one more time, I’m going to explode. I’m making nine dollars an hour. I walk home three hours from work every day to save that $2.50, because that’s a half gallon of milk for me and my daughter. And every time they raise the fare, they have a ‘hearing.’ But they aren’t hearing anything. It’s a fucking joke. If you go to one of those ‘hearings,’ every single person stands up and says: ‘Don’t raise the fare.’ Then they raise it anyway. Oh man, it burns me up. ‘We need the money,’ they say, ‘America is hurting.’ That’s bullshit! If I see one more TV program bragging about multimillion dollar homes I’m gonna scream. How about a fucking TV program that shows me if there is anywhere in this city that I can fucking afford to live anymore. I’m sorry, but it’s burning me up."

kenyatta:

unwrapping:

“Ninety percent of content on Tumblr is actually reblogged.” —Tumblr founder and CEO David Karp (david)

I met someone from a creative agency last week who told me that she “loved tumblr” but said that it was “a shame” that it was filled with “nothing but reblogs.”
"For such a creative community, there isn’t much original work. It’s all reblogs."
Oy.
A reblog from a large node is more powerful than an original post.
It shows you that somebody out there is listening.
A reblog is how two people with similar thoughts find each other.
Seeing many reblogs on a post shows you the experiences, the points of view, and the humor that we have in common.
Not everybody can make a good joke or an idea or take a great photograph or make a piece of art or edit a gif, but they can express their thoughts in a response or commentary or a clever tag or a reaction gif and that is creative, too.
Some jokes, some art, and some critique only happens through the reblog.
Don’t discount the reblog.

kenyatta:

unwrapping:

“Ninety percent of content on Tumblr is actually reblogged.” —Tumblr founder and CEO David Karp (david)

I met someone from a creative agency last week who told me that she “loved tumblr” but said that it was “a shame” that it was filled with “nothing but reblogs.”

"For such a creative community, there isn’t much original work. It’s all reblogs."

Oy.

A reblog from a large node is more powerful than an original post.

It shows you that somebody out there is listening.

A reblog is how two people with similar thoughts find each other.

Seeing many reblogs on a post shows you the experiences, the points of view, and the humor that we have in common.

Not everybody can make a good joke or an idea or take a great photograph or make a piece of art or edit a gif, but they can express their thoughts in a response or commentary or a clever tag or a reaction gif and that is creative, too.

Some jokes, some art, and some critique only happens through the reblog.

Don’t discount the reblog.

dennys:

Inspecting…inspecting…inspected. Yep, that’s fine meat.

I stopped scrolling for a moment and just saw the top half of this gif and expected to see something VERY different as I scrolled down.
is this the dirtiest thing the dennys tumblr has posted? (genuine question)

dennys:

Inspecting…inspecting…inspected. Yep, that’s fine meat.

I stopped scrolling for a moment and just saw the top half of this gif and expected to see something VERY different as I scrolled down.

is this the dirtiest thing the dennys tumblr has posted? (genuine question)

imnotamisandristbut:

I’m not a misandrist, but a few quick questions:

If men can’t even make their own sandwiches, why are they allowed to make bills in congress?

If men can’t control their own sexual urges, why are they allowed to control nations?

If a woman’s legs/shoulders are enough to distract a man, how can we trust them to stay focused on things like open heart surgery or judging a murder trial?

Again not a misandrist, some of my best friends are guys and i’m even dating one.