dannysgirlsg1: (Michael - Balls)
So we all knew Michael getting on Twitter was going to be insanity. For me personally, it has been rather amazing. But I know he's been getting a lot of crap for his brutal honesty and his penchant for language (neither of which has surprised me or should surprise ANYONE who is a fan of his. I hate to use the 'true fan' statement because it sounds so elitist, but... *shrugs*). He's handled it like the boss he is (not that I would expect any less - his years of doing conventions has proven he can handle crazies).

Then THIS post comes along on Tumblr (and before somebody ELSE jumps on my shit yet again for passive aggressive posting and not handling the post directly, I DID reblog it and respond on Tumblr). 

I'm not necessarily angry at what the OP is saying. That is their opinion and they are welcome to have it. But it brings up this whole thing of how some people have been reacting to and treating Michael since he joined Twitter.

Michael is not an idiot. He knew what he was getting into when he finally decided to get on Twitter (I'm sure he'd already seen a lot considering how long Lexa has been on Twitter. This would also explain how he had no NOOB-ness when he started using it!). He's also said in the past that if he ever did get on Twitter, he was going to be brutally honest about shit (I have the video proof...it was at D*C '10). And that's exactly what we've been getting. And it's been excellent because it's not very often you get an actor or actress to be so up front and genuine. The other three original SG-1 actors definitely aren't, at least not to the same degree (and this is not a gripe against them for not being that way, of course). It's refreshing, and as a huge Michael Shanks fan, I'm LOVING every minute of it.

Because hey, we get to see Michael being Michael. Get to see that he is a normal person like all the rest of us (and that he curses to the Olympic medal degree - even puts me to shame, which is a task). And I'm not sorry that it's upsetting some people because they need to get it in their heads that this guy is NOT the character most people adore him for playing. They've lived with the delusion for so long that he is Daniel Jackson (there have been several occasions where I've been around people that have referred to him as DANIEL, rather than Michael) and that he's just as perfect as that character (which is kind of ridiculous anyways because Daniel IS the farthest from perfect a character can get!). Which is fucking absurd. He's human like all the rest of us. It is time for people to step OUT of the fiction world and into reality - where your favorite celebs are allowed to have a sense of humor, curse like a mutherfucker, and call you out on your bullshit, delusional ideas. 



~Pip
dannysgirlsg1: (Michael - Pony)
Oye...


You know what just... aggravates the fuck outta me?? When someone goes and assumes that I know nothing about a fandom I'm completely immersed in and tries to tell me off - correct something that DOESN'T NEED correcting!


So we all would consider it safe to say that I know my Stargate (at LEAST, SG-1 wise), right? I'm pretty up on things pertaining to it (like I've been telling [livejournal.com profile] dvshipper  concerning another fandom, I have my sources) - hell, some of you even come to me when you can't remember specific episodes or characters or quotes. Sure, I don't remember EVERY MINUTE DETAIL... Things get shuffled out to make room for incoming other fandoms and more recent Stargate stuff. But when it comes to the important things, I remember - ESPECIALLY concerning Daniel.


Well, I wrote a fic (*gasp* surely I jest!) for [livejournal.com profile] stargatefest ... posted it yesterday there, on [livejournal.com profile] daniel_vala , and on ff.net. For those you who DON'T know about it, it was a prompt that dealt with a Mummy crossover focused around Daniel and the fact that Egypt was in his blood. A fun concept that I couldn't pass up - I've been itching to do a good Mummy/SG-1 crossover, just hadn't found the right way to do it. This gave me that opportunity...


Of course, it was still hard for me to do - the only way I could make it easier on myself to write was having it be DV because I am so comfortable writing them together. Even then, I had trouble writing it. I had the original idea already started and halfway finished, but something kept nagging at me telling me something was off. So I checked, found out my logistics timeline was shaky, at best, and that I needed to do some quick thinking and change the original idea for the fic around.


I thought of a way to twist it and make it work - I went and CHECKED my facts to make sure I had it right this time, and then it all fell into place and i was able to finish it, have it beta'd, and post it before the deadline (which is today). And for the most part, people seem to be enjoying the way I've blended the two worlds. That's a comfort b/c I felt so iffy about this fic, wondering if it could all seem plausible. But I'd thought over all the possibilities, made sure all the bases both on the Mummy side and the SG-1 side were covered...


Then I get THIS comment, and now I'm frustrated/aggravated/pissed off. All this hard work put into a fic, and now someone is calling me out on something that shouldn't even BE an issue! I was concerned someone would bring up the kind of shaky timeline bit, NOT this nonsense about being wrong about Daniel's grandfather.


And I know it's just one person being obtuse and assuming something right off the bat, but it still irks me - ESPECIALLY when this person even had the nerve to provide links to the episodes summaries that she figured I knew NOTHING about. I KNOW about Gateworld - I know I can go there if I ever need to research anything for my fics, and I do. I also have several SG-1 books that serve as amazing references. And my wonderful beta, who is beyond amazing, always double checks the facts for me. If I'm wrong about something, she'll let me know.


*breathes* I just needed to rant about this - I hate when people act dumb. I'm sure this person meant well, but just going and assuming I don't know my shit when it comes to SG-1 is insulting to me.


~Pip
dannysgirlsg1: (Michael - Pony)
Oye...


You know what just... aggravates the fuck outta me?? When someone goes and assumes that I know nothing about a fandom I'm completely immersed in and tries to tell me off - correct something that DOESN'T NEED correcting!


So we all would consider it safe to say that I know my Stargate (at LEAST, SG-1 wise), right? I'm pretty up on things pertaining to it (like I've been telling [livejournal.com profile] dvshipper  concerning another fandom, I have my sources) - hell, some of you even come to me when you can't remember specific episodes or characters or quotes. Sure, I don't remember EVERY MINUTE DETAIL... Things get shuffled out to make room for incoming other fandoms and more recent Stargate stuff. But when it comes to the important things, I remember - ESPECIALLY concerning Daniel.


Well, I wrote a fic (*gasp* surely I jest!) for [livejournal.com profile] stargatefest ... posted it yesterday there, on [livejournal.com profile] daniel_vala , and on ff.net. For those you who DON'T know about it, it was a prompt that dealt with a Mummy crossover focused around Daniel and the fact that Egypt was in his blood. A fun concept that I couldn't pass up - I've been itching to do a good Mummy/SG-1 crossover, just hadn't found the right way to do it. This gave me that opportunity...


Of course, it was still hard for me to do - the only way I could make it easier on myself to write was having it be DV because I am so comfortable writing them together. Even then, I had trouble writing it. I had the original idea already started and halfway finished, but something kept nagging at me telling me something was off. So I checked, found out my logistics timeline was shaky, at best, and that I needed to do some quick thinking and change the original idea for the fic around.


I thought of a way to twist it and make it work - I went and CHECKED my facts to make sure I had it right this time, and then it all fell into place and i was able to finish it, have it beta'd, and post it before the deadline (which is today). And for the most part, people seem to be enjoying the way I've blended the two worlds. That's a comfort b/c I felt so iffy about this fic, wondering if it could all seem plausible. But I'd thought over all the possibilities, made sure all the bases both on the Mummy side and the SG-1 side were covered...


Then I get THIS comment, and now I'm frustrated/aggravated/pissed off. All this hard work put into a fic, and now someone is calling me out on something that shouldn't even BE an issue! I was concerned someone would bring up the kind of shaky timeline bit, NOT this nonsense about being wrong about Daniel's grandfather.


And I know it's just one person being obtuse and assuming something right off the bat, but it still irks me - ESPECIALLY when this person even had the nerve to provide links to the episodes summaries that she figured I knew NOTHING about. I KNOW about Gateworld - I know I can go there if I ever need to research anything for my fics, and I do. I also have several SG-1 books that serve as amazing references. And my wonderful beta, who is beyond amazing, always double checks the facts for me. If I'm wrong about something, she'll let me know.


*breathes* I just needed to rant about this - I hate when people act dumb. I'm sure this person meant well, but just going and assuming I don't know my shit when it comes to SG-1 is insulting to me.


~Pip
dannysgirlsg1: (Cam - Bullets Bounce)

So guess what? I'm STILL at home! *headdesk*


The simple reason is because Greyhound sucks ass! To understand why this is such a big deal (other than the fact that it's making me miss classes), you have to understand what happened Thursday after I'd decided to come home (yeah, still not quite comfortable with the circumstances that brought me home to talk about that just yet)...


In which Greyhound sucks ass! )

So since because of this lovely situation, I ended up doing very little today. I did the paper that's due tomorrow in my EUH class (THANK GOD I have to turn it in electronically only!), so that's not hanging over me anymore - it helps being a fic writer b/c now a days, writing a 1,000 word paper is a BREEZE! Then spent pretty much the REST of the day finishing Eclipse and FINALLY getting into Breaking Dawn (see, it's a GOOD thing I bought the second copy!) I lost track of time after starting Breaking Dawn and didn't realize SCC was on until about halfway through it - I did watch the second half, but now I'm gonna have to watch the beginning on surfthechannel or something. *sigh*


That was the extent of my day...and yet, surprisingly, it wasn't a bad day. Of course now my head is aching and my eyes are sore from reading WAAAAY too much, but that's not gonna stop me from getting some more in before bed! XP


I'll keep y'all updated on the getting home situation....


~Pip

dannysgirlsg1: (Cam - Bullets Bounce)

So guess what? I'm STILL at home! *headdesk*


The simple reason is because Greyhound sucks ass! To understand why this is such a big deal (other than the fact that it's making me miss classes), you have to understand what happened Thursday after I'd decided to come home (yeah, still not quite comfortable with the circumstances that brought me home to talk about that just yet)...


In which Greyhound sucks ass! )

So since because of this lovely situation, I ended up doing very little today. I did the paper that's due tomorrow in my EUH class (THANK GOD I have to turn it in electronically only!), so that's not hanging over me anymore - it helps being a fic writer b/c now a days, writing a 1,000 word paper is a BREEZE! Then spent pretty much the REST of the day finishing Eclipse and FINALLY getting into Breaking Dawn (see, it's a GOOD thing I bought the second copy!) I lost track of time after starting Breaking Dawn and didn't realize SCC was on until about halfway through it - I did watch the second half, but now I'm gonna have to watch the beginning on surfthechannel or something. *sigh*


That was the extent of my day...and yet, surprisingly, it wasn't a bad day. Of course now my head is aching and my eyes are sore from reading WAAAAY too much, but that's not gonna stop me from getting some more in before bed! XP


I'll keep y'all updated on the getting home situation....


~Pip

dannysgirlsg1: (LK - Simba Remember)
So, me and [livejournal.com profile] dvshipper are discussing the disappointing DEATH of decent Disney animated features these days (actually, in the past several YEARS). This has always been a ranting topic for me because I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Disney. Not just the movies (and I'm referring to the GOOD movies here - not the crap they produce now), but the WHOLE of Disney - Walt Disney is a personal hero of mine. He was inventive, creative, had an IMAGINATION, and knew what he was doing. A one of a kind man who can NEVER be replaced...


And honestly, I think he would turn over in his grave (if he hadn't been cremated, of course) if he knew what state Disney as a whole was in now (excluding Disney World theme parks, because those are timeless...every time I go, I remember WHY I love Disney)...


The shows today are crap, and so are the movies. Now I will admit to watching Hannah Montana and a few others on occasion - that show is TOLERABLE (sorry [livejournal.com profile] taraleesg1) - but the ONLY time I watch Disney Channel passionately these days is when they are showing one of the Animated Classics...


So this discussion being had over AIM prompted me to go hunt down a timeline of the Disney Animated features to see, TRULY, what I consider to be the last of the GOOD movies - it is something I've been wanting to do for a while now.


Using this page ~~ > List of Disney theatrical animated features, I have made my own opinions on the nature of Disney Animated features...


Last GOOD Disney Animated Feature: Brother Bear

Last GREAT Disney Animated Feature: Lilo and Stitch (1st MOVIE, that came out IN THEATERS in 2002)

Last DISNEY CLASSIC: Tarzan


There are a few shining stars in between these, of course...


Especially for The Emperor's New Groove (again JUST the movie), which I honestly think is the FUNNIEST, WITTIEST, MOST SARCASTIC Disney movie EVAR! What makes it not in the "DISNEY CLASSIC" area is the fact that it doesn't have the expected Disney Music, which you can find in ALMOST EVERY Disney animated film since SNOW WHITE up to Tarzan...


Enchanted also was VERY GOOD, but one must remember that it was directed by a FAN of CLASSIC Disney - so basically the whole movie was a homeage to the greatness that once was Disney movies, and also that it's not entirely animated (actually, only a small portion of the movie is)...


Now, I don't count the Disney/Pixar movies in this overview - they are in a category all their own. Though I feel they are all good, the earlier stuff is the better for sure. I think 'The Incredibles' was what dimmed the shiny that was these movies for me. Cars is my least favorite of the lot, and Ratatouille was pretty good, but still falls short of the greatness that were the original five (the two Toy Stories, A Bug's Life, Monster's Inc, and my all time favorite - FINDING NEMO). I do have high hopes for WALL-E...I have a feeling that one will capture the Disney/Pixar of old. (ya know, now that I think about it, it probably was the original falling out between the companies that dimmed their shinyness).



It's just so HEARTBREAKING for me for kids these days NOT appreciating the greatness that are these classics because they don't have their own generation classics! And the fact that's it's near impossible to find some of these classics only exasperates the matter. My generation was obviously the last to get these wonderful pieces of art, and for that I'm thankful, but it's sad that my children won't have the luxury of getting such masterpieces in theaters - though there is no doubt I will provide these movies for them (for whenever I HAVE them)...



So yeah, that's my opinion of the state of Disney these days (and it's not just tied to Disney - I feel the same about the state of Nickelodeon...crap tv, if you ask me. I harbor some feelings for Nick as Nite too (and the absense of SNICK) because they stopped showing the CLASSICS like Gilligan's Island and I Love Lucy), but I don't hate the shows they show now b/c these are my generation's sitcoms).


Of course y'all have a right to agree or disagree with my opinions...strike up a debate in a comment if you want. I'll gladly talk about this subject more! XP


Oh, and for the record, for those who didn't already know, my all time favorite Disney Movie?


THE LION KING, OF COURSE!


[steps down off her soap box]


~Pip (who of course listened to her DISNEY MUSIC -the good stuff- as she ranted)
dannysgirlsg1: (LK - Simba Remember)
So, me and [livejournal.com profile] dvshipper are discussing the disappointing DEATH of decent Disney animated features these days (actually, in the past several YEARS). This has always been a ranting topic for me because I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE Disney. Not just the movies (and I'm referring to the GOOD movies here - not the crap they produce now), but the WHOLE of Disney - Walt Disney is a personal hero of mine. He was inventive, creative, had an IMAGINATION, and knew what he was doing. A one of a kind man who can NEVER be replaced...


And honestly, I think he would turn over in his grave (if he hadn't been cremated, of course) if he knew what state Disney as a whole was in now (excluding Disney World theme parks, because those are timeless...every time I go, I remember WHY I love Disney)...


The shows today are crap, and so are the movies. Now I will admit to watching Hannah Montana and a few others on occasion - that show is TOLERABLE (sorry [livejournal.com profile] taraleesg1) - but the ONLY time I watch Disney Channel passionately these days is when they are showing one of the Animated Classics...


So this discussion being had over AIM prompted me to go hunt down a timeline of the Disney Animated features to see, TRULY, what I consider to be the last of the GOOD movies - it is something I've been wanting to do for a while now.


Using this page ~~ > List of Disney theatrical animated features, I have made my own opinions on the nature of Disney Animated features...


Last GOOD Disney Animated Feature: Brother Bear

Last GREAT Disney Animated Feature: Lilo and Stitch (1st MOVIE, that came out IN THEATERS in 2002)

Last DISNEY CLASSIC: Tarzan


There are a few shining stars in between these, of course...


Especially for The Emperor's New Groove (again JUST the movie), which I honestly think is the FUNNIEST, WITTIEST, MOST SARCASTIC Disney movie EVAR! What makes it not in the "DISNEY CLASSIC" area is the fact that it doesn't have the expected Disney Music, which you can find in ALMOST EVERY Disney animated film since SNOW WHITE up to Tarzan...


Enchanted also was VERY GOOD, but one must remember that it was directed by a FAN of CLASSIC Disney - so basically the whole movie was a homeage to the greatness that once was Disney movies, and also that it's not entirely animated (actually, only a small portion of the movie is)...


Now, I don't count the Disney/Pixar movies in this overview - they are in a category all their own. Though I feel they are all good, the earlier stuff is the better for sure. I think 'The Incredibles' was what dimmed the shiny that was these movies for me. Cars is my least favorite of the lot, and Ratatouille was pretty good, but still falls short of the greatness that were the original five (the two Toy Stories, A Bug's Life, Monster's Inc, and my all time favorite - FINDING NEMO). I do have high hopes for WALL-E...I have a feeling that one will capture the Disney/Pixar of old. (ya know, now that I think about it, it probably was the original falling out between the companies that dimmed their shinyness).



It's just so HEARTBREAKING for me for kids these days NOT appreciating the greatness that are these classics because they don't have their own generation classics! And the fact that's it's near impossible to find some of these classics only exasperates the matter. My generation was obviously the last to get these wonderful pieces of art, and for that I'm thankful, but it's sad that my children won't have the luxury of getting such masterpieces in theaters - though there is no doubt I will provide these movies for them (for whenever I HAVE them)...



So yeah, that's my opinion of the state of Disney these days (and it's not just tied to Disney - I feel the same about the state of Nickelodeon...crap tv, if you ask me. I harbor some feelings for Nick as Nite too (and the absense of SNICK) because they stopped showing the CLASSICS like Gilligan's Island and I Love Lucy), but I don't hate the shows they show now b/c these are my generation's sitcoms).


Of course y'all have a right to agree or disagree with my opinions...strike up a debate in a comment if you want. I'll gladly talk about this subject more! XP


Oh, and for the record, for those who didn't already know, my all time favorite Disney Movie?


THE LION KING, OF COURSE!


[steps down off her soap box]


~Pip (who of course listened to her DISNEY MUSIC -the good stuff- as she ranted)
dannysgirlsg1: (Michael and the Pony)
Ya know what? Frell it all! Screw that once a week crap idea...i think everyday, at any time, should be complaining day, b/c holy not cool, i have a lot to complain about today...


1. It's cold (47 degrees) and it's windy and rainy. Thankfully my roommate informed me of the nasty weather so i had my umbrella this time - but that doesn't stop the water from soaking into the bottoms of my jeans and seeping up the leg. And it's not just one pair, but two! I thought wearing my boots (these would be the hiking boots and any of the other ones) would hopefully prevent these pair i'm wearing (the second pair) from going all soaked like the first, but no...oh no. They're just as frelling wet! The boots did/are help(ing) though because my feet are still dry (they're waterproof).


2. I'm just a teency bit lost in Latin...(no, that really wasn't sarcastic...i know what's going on, but i don't. I just need to look over the information and process it all). That might have something to do with the fact that I missed that class Monday and Tuesday (both for computer/my things hating me reasons).


3. Frelling FSU bookstore (the reason I am ranting about everything else...it was th proverbial straw, i tell ya)! I go in there b/c I still need to get my PRS transmitter and another Latin dictionary. Well, they have both...and i also remembered i needed a new stapler cause i brought mine home over winter break and forgot to bring it back. ANYWHO, I didn't have my FSU card with me (it's in the jeans i wore yesterday), so i took my check book in (from the SAME account my FSU card is on) and my teche card just incase. Well, i get up to the register, start writing my check and pull out my ID (MY ID...my STATE id), and then they tell me i can't use the check without my FSU card (b/c I can't write a check for textbooks - ie, the lation dictionary). Even with my personal id, they wouldn't take it. I shouldn't NEED my FSU card...what's the frelling point of writing a check if you need the card?! So I ended up having to pay with my Teche card, and now my teche account is down to below $9. Thankfully Madre should be getting the check I sent her tomorrow (i of course sent more then was needed, just incase.). But the whole matter of the bookstore being SO DAMN ANAL is what frelling irks me to no end.


4. I have a headache...I think it's b/c I haven't had a chai tea today. I might have to go get one before my math class....


5. MATH...OMG, MATH! I hate it. Got a 50 out out 100 on my first quiz yesterday! It's not b/c I didn't know the stuff...I did...I just got the symbols mixed up at the last minute and couldn't remember which symbol stood for which (which i had been doing fine on JUST before when we were doing the practice!) GAH! But now I have my PRS transmitter, so i can get extra credit participation points with that. And not frelling brainfart on the quiz next week.


There are some good things that have happened though...

I finally got Heroes S.1 on DVD, for only $30. It's like $50 at the store, so that's very very awesome.

Ordered a DRD plushie of Amazon last night! *Dances* There is a very large possibility of the '1812' miraculously ending up on his backside when he gets here.

Also yesterday, did some major necessary clothes shopping. And also got Family Guy present Blue Harvest! (And got it before SOMEONE, even though she posted before me about having it!).


And the check (which was mentioned above) has been sent out to Madre, so she can put money in my account. A majority of this money is gonna be used to buy our tickets for CHICAGO CON! *dances again* Very, very, VERY exciting stuff. Cannot wait! Especially since i will be getting the tickets sent to me this time! (Not that the picture of them wasn't cool last time!) Ofcourse waiting 7 months is a lot worse then 2 weeks, but hey...I'm not complaining.


Practical Magic was on on HBO 2 before my myth class, so I got to watch most of that. LVOE that movie! Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman as witches is just awesomeness...


Okie day, I think that's it for now. Now I'm gonna head off to my PB account and load more icons....*sigh*


~Pip

dannysgirlsg1: (Michael and the Pony)
Ya know what? Frell it all! Screw that once a week crap idea...i think everyday, at any time, should be complaining day, b/c holy not cool, i have a lot to complain about today...


1. It's cold (47 degrees) and it's windy and rainy. Thankfully my roommate informed me of the nasty weather so i had my umbrella this time - but that doesn't stop the water from soaking into the bottoms of my jeans and seeping up the leg. And it's not just one pair, but two! I thought wearing my boots (these would be the hiking boots and any of the other ones) would hopefully prevent these pair i'm wearing (the second pair) from going all soaked like the first, but no...oh no. They're just as frelling wet! The boots did/are help(ing) though because my feet are still dry (they're waterproof).


2. I'm just a teency bit lost in Latin...(no, that really wasn't sarcastic...i know what's going on, but i don't. I just need to look over the information and process it all). That might have something to do with the fact that I missed that class Monday and Tuesday (both for computer/my things hating me reasons).


3. Frelling FSU bookstore (the reason I am ranting about everything else...it was th proverbial straw, i tell ya)! I go in there b/c I still need to get my PRS transmitter and another Latin dictionary. Well, they have both...and i also remembered i needed a new stapler cause i brought mine home over winter break and forgot to bring it back. ANYWHO, I didn't have my FSU card with me (it's in the jeans i wore yesterday), so i took my check book in (from the SAME account my FSU card is on) and my teche card just incase. Well, i get up to the register, start writing my check and pull out my ID (MY ID...my STATE id), and then they tell me i can't use the check without my FSU card (b/c I can't write a check for textbooks - ie, the lation dictionary). Even with my personal id, they wouldn't take it. I shouldn't NEED my FSU card...what's the frelling point of writing a check if you need the card?! So I ended up having to pay with my Teche card, and now my teche account is down to below $9. Thankfully Madre should be getting the check I sent her tomorrow (i of course sent more then was needed, just incase.). But the whole matter of the bookstore being SO DAMN ANAL is what frelling irks me to no end.


4. I have a headache...I think it's b/c I haven't had a chai tea today. I might have to go get one before my math class....


5. MATH...OMG, MATH! I hate it. Got a 50 out out 100 on my first quiz yesterday! It's not b/c I didn't know the stuff...I did...I just got the symbols mixed up at the last minute and couldn't remember which symbol stood for which (which i had been doing fine on JUST before when we were doing the practice!) GAH! But now I have my PRS transmitter, so i can get extra credit participation points with that. And not frelling brainfart on the quiz next week.


There are some good things that have happened though...

I finally got Heroes S.1 on DVD, for only $30. It's like $50 at the store, so that's very very awesome.

Ordered a DRD plushie of Amazon last night! *Dances* There is a very large possibility of the '1812' miraculously ending up on his backside when he gets here.

Also yesterday, did some major necessary clothes shopping. And also got Family Guy present Blue Harvest! (And got it before SOMEONE, even though she posted before me about having it!).


And the check (which was mentioned above) has been sent out to Madre, so she can put money in my account. A majority of this money is gonna be used to buy our tickets for CHICAGO CON! *dances again* Very, very, VERY exciting stuff. Cannot wait! Especially since i will be getting the tickets sent to me this time! (Not that the picture of them wasn't cool last time!) Ofcourse waiting 7 months is a lot worse then 2 weeks, but hey...I'm not complaining.


Practical Magic was on on HBO 2 before my myth class, so I got to watch most of that. LVOE that movie! Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman as witches is just awesomeness...


Okie day, I think that's it for now. Now I'm gonna head off to my PB account and load more icons....*sigh*


~Pip

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