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Lani, nineteen, aspiring author, Psych major, HaL Veteran. I'm the type of blog that posts a lot of stuff at once. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.

What to expect here:

* Teen Wolf * Glee * Sherlock

* Doctor Who * Star Trek * Marvel

* Music * Hot men * NSFW

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newtjorden:

And the Tony award for Best Musical goes to…


Teen Wolf: The Walking Dead connection.

offthepreserve:

“I don’t know if a TV show has done what we’re going to do this season. It’s going to get pretty crazy. Something will happen this season that no TV show has even touched, except that The Walking Dead came close to it. Which Teen Wolf is going all out on this.” - Holland Roden 

Not really that spoilery spoilers for TWD ahead:

  • In episode 3x06 Rick talks to some survivors on the phone only to realise that they all died in Season 1. (He was refusing to acknowledge his wife’s death or face reality). 
  • And in episode 3x10 Rick was seeing hallucinations of his dead wife and interacting with her. (He knew she wasn’t real but felt it was happening for a reason). 

So Allison gets a series of strange messages on her phone about a Japanese American Internment Camp* from WWII that doesn’t exist called Oak Creek.

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immadreaamer:

9GAG - We have to be more ”human” on We Heart It - http://weheartit.com/entry/22619223

immadreaamer:

9GAG - We have to be more ”human” on We Heart It - http://weheartit.com/entry/22619223

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❝It’s hard for me to even remember the last time I was in a library.

[I]t’s impossible to see a world where we keep libraries open simply to pretend they still serve a purpose for which they no longer serve.❞
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The End Of The Library | TechCrunch

Well, white dude with I’m guessing considerable stock in Google, is the library just there for your needs or purposes?

Maybe you enjoyed your exercise in wordplay and making points already made. But what was your point again? Books make libraries so without books libraries aren’t libraries? Books look different so libraries can’t be libraries? Libraries look different so libraries can’t be libraries? You don’t need libraries for books so we don’t need libraries? I’m sorry, what?

Oh but wait, we’re pretending? Pretending what? Pretending there’s an access divide? Pretending there’s a digital divide? Pretending information illiteracy? Pretending folks lack job skills? Pretending college students need help with citation (BAHA HAHAHAHAHHA)? Did I get a Masters in Pretending? I MEAN I DO HAVE A GREAT IMAGINATION SO I PROBS GOT STRAIGHT A’S. OR P’S FOR PRETENDING. I’m sorry, what?

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Also read this from BeerBrarian - The End of “The End of Libraries”

On Sunday, October 14th, yet another “End of Libraries” piece appeared. Per usual, it was written by a white male with no use for libraries, because every single time this trope appears, that’s part of the author’s demographic background. Beyond that, it’s a crucial part of the author’s background. It is overwhelmingly affluent white men who argue that because they do not use something, it has no value for anyone. Libraries. The Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program. Affordable health care. It’s the same argument.

(via thedanaash)

"The internet has replaced the importance of libraries as a repository for knowledge." Ah, yes, because you can trust everything you read on the internet.

Republicans play this game all the time. “I don’t need it, therefore it’s not important and we should get rid of it.” I can vividly remember the last time I was in a library. It was three weeks ago. I needed to do research and the material I needed was not online. Not every book is completely indexed in Google Books. And yes, an ebook is cheaper and faster than buying a physical copy of a book - but it’s harder to skim through an ebook quickly, and the physical copy at the library costs you nothing (up front; tax dollars etc etc).

Like I said, I was at the library three weeks ago. It was around 4 pm on a Tuesday. And you know what? It was CROWDED. There was a packed sign-up sheet for the computers. Kids and parents abounded in the children’s section. Older people and teenagers read at the tables in the main area. I had to wait in line to check out my book.

Before that, I had spent a lot of quality time on my library’s website. I like to read both physical books and ebooks. My library does Kindle loans. OK, their website is a crappy government website, and it can be a little difficult to navigate, but it’s doable. I read books I probably couldn’t or wouldn’t pay full price for, AKA a big part of the purpose of a library.

Libraries are not useless in the digital age, and even more importantly, they aren’t all empty. Just because YOU, PERSONALLY do not need or use something doesn’t make it a charming  but impractical relic of a long-forgotten age.

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thestaticinhersmile:

Someone with more time and better editing skills than myself should put together a compilation of all the times Glee showed Blaine’s talent for and love of performing. Then we should tweet that shit to Ryan and Kevin Reilly, etc until they see it. Because why the fuck not at this point?


thestaticinhersmile:

Someone with more time and better editing skills than myself should put together a compilation of all the times Glee showed Blaine’s talent for and love of performing. Then we should tweet that shit to Ryan and Kevin Reilly, etc until they see it. Because why the fuck not at this point?


(Source: princesconsuela)


colfshair:

Don’t You (Forget About Me) sung by the Klaine fandom to Ryan Murphy every time he writes a Blam scene


colfshair:

Don’t You (Forget About Me) sung by the Klaine fandom to Ryan Murphy every time he writes a Blam scene