I wish my wallet came with free refills
"Psst. There is a mini keyboard, which is great to develop on song ideas for a few hits. It is only as big as a DIN-A-side, but super powerful and tough. A bit like Brandon."
Did you ever have any strange Las Vegas experiences where craziness goes on? [x]
LMAO I REMEMBER THIS
more flesh than i’d ever seen
just imagine young Brando stumble right into your orgy - I´d invite him!
unless your teachers are abusive assholes there is no fucking reason to disrespect them
they are literally trying their hardest to get you an education
teachers have every right to complain about rude students or the amount of papers they have to grade because their salary is low as shit
oh wow, your math teacher yelled at you because you were ignoring the lesson and talking to your friend
i wonder why
jesus christ teachers have it hard enough dont be an asshole
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HOW ARE YOU REAL?
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AND IF ANYONE MAKES YOU FEEL LIKE THAT!!!!!! KICK THEM IN THE JUNK!!!!!! WHATEVER JUNK THEY HAVE!!!!!!!!!!!!! KICK ‘EM REALLY HARD!!!!!!!!!!
It’s also not bad to be heterosexual, male, white, abled, or born to affluence or influence. You have no control over the circumstance of your birth. It’s what you do with what you have that matters.
THANK YOU FRIEND I LIKE YOUR WORDS
WHEN EVERYTHING IS DUE IN THE SAME WEEK
I have never seen something that more accurately describes how I’m feeling right now
How pop-culture franchises use social media to monetize the fandom community.
Virtually every TV show has a Twitter feed, but follower stats don’t necessarily mean anything. If MSNBC’s Morning Joe was cancelled, its 119,000 followers would just shrug and move on to a different breakfast show, but Sleepy Hollow’s 80,000 would probably march on Fox’s headquarters en masse if the same thing happened to them. Quantity does not mean quality, even when you’re tallying up something as seemingly simple as social media followers.
When Scarlett Johansson spoke about the “gilded cage” of being a Marvel Studios star, she was talking about the way publicizing geek media franchises now means far more than just interviews on talk shows and movie magazines.
During the two or three-month media tour for a big movie like Avengers, every interview will be copied onto YouTube, discussed on social media, and GIF-ed and quoted across Tumblr and BuzzFeed and a thousand other sites. The machine of audience-driven Internet publicity isn’t just dedicated to the hardcore fans who work their way up the Hunger Games official fan page leaderboard, it also includes everyone who casually retweets a Tom Hiddleston GIF. This kind of thing is easier to consume than a 10-minute segment on Jimmy Kimmel, and it’s far more likely to reach that all-important early adopter audience of social media addicts.
We’re not suggesting that everyone should flush their smartphone down the toilet and run for the hills, just that it’s important to be aware of the mechanisms at work behind everyone’s favorite fandoms.