"And sometimes I have kept my feelings to myself, because I could find no language to describe them in."
, from Sense and Sensibility
(Penguin Classics, 2003)
I’m raising support for a possible charity mixtape called “Healing”. 100% of profits would be donated to school shooting victims and families.
I need to raise enough interest to get the studio to record it with me.
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Thanks for any and all support guys. Lets get this to circulate!
That house is cursed, Casey. Nothing but misery and heartbreak there.
Everyone who suffers from social anxiety needs a friend who will
- help them order food when it’s too scary
- walk with them through crowded places
- help them laugh it off when they make a mistake
- not get tired of answering “no, you’re not annoying, silly goose! You’re adorable and I love you” no matter how many times it’s needed
and if you’re that friend, bless u for being fab <3
this is too accurate
So Derek tweeted this tonight re the death of Shay on tonight’s “Chicago Fire”. My problem with this is that he didn’t kill one of the unexpected heroes. If he’d really wanted to throw things for a loop he wouldn’t have killed the third woman in three seasons (and the only queer character). He could have killed his beloved Casey or Severide. Now THAT would have been surprising. This to me is just a shitty move and is poor story telling. Killing off a beloved character can have a great impact on story telling. Killing off a beloved character who is a woman and gay when you have a plethora of straight men you could have killed off? I have a big problem with that. And to top it off, you bring in a new character to take her place who is virtually her clone. Replacing a beloved character with a look alike doesn’t make the story telling any better.
Really Chicago Fire, really?
Don’t kill any of the straight male characters in that explosion, but you kill off the one gay woman on the show? There’s only two main female characters on the show to even begin with.
Fuck you. I’m furious.
#season 3 premiere
First they kill Hallie then Jones.. And now Shay?!
Really chicago fire?! You kill shay, the one of two MAIN female characters in the show.. -_- You had to go and kill shay?! ughhh.. not awesome.
They didn’t even show what happens after the explosion :( No funeral scene for closure. Nothing. It just quickly jumps to 6 weeks later. Grrrr. They better bring rafferty back at least.
I am not a happy camper about this
|Chicago Fire:||*kills off Jones*
|Me:||That sucks I was just starting to like her
|Chicago Fire:||*creates an almost irresolvable conflict wherein Gabby either has to leave the firehouse or give up her dream for Casey*
|Me:||How are you going to fix this
|Chicago Fire:||*doesn't even bother to write Rafferty out properly & provides no closure.*
|Me:||Chicago Fire what are you doing to your already small pool of female characters
|Chicago Fire *kills Shay and acts like its a brilliant piece of writing*