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A SMALLVILLE POST... aka relevant to someone's interest [30 Mar 2010|05:36pm]

Smallville’s ninth season finale will feature a cameo by one of TV’s most feared guest stars:
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I love drama, I like theatre [18 Mar 2010|01:59am]
Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on 'Chuck,' 'Glee,' 'True Blood,' 'Grey's,' 'Lost,' and more!
by Michael Ausiello

Categories: Army Wives, Ask Ausiello, Bones, Brothers & Sisters, Castle, Chuck, Desperate Housewives, Friday Night Lights, Glee, Grey's Anatomy, Jane Lynch, Lost, News, Nurse Jackie, Rome, Scoop, Smallville, Supernatural, True Blood, Ugly Betty, Veronica Mars
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Actually didn't see this posted. I CTRL+F'd Ausiello and everything
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[16 Jun 2009|02:30pm]
I've been watching way too much Degrassi, the funny thing is I don't know what's actually going on.
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Writer's Block: Get Real [10 Apr 2009|02:16pm]
What reality show would you most want to be a contestant on? What would your strategy for winning be?

I would like to be on America's Next Top Model or The Amazing Race.

For America's Next Top Model, i would work what I have, and then use my knowledge of psychology to keep myself out of trouble :D

For the Amazing Race, I would use my ~amazing~ linguistics skills and my love for travel.
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Writer's Block: Previously on My Journal [27 Mar 2009|03:42pm]
If a friend started reading your journal today, what would you need to fill them in on so they could understand what you're writing about?

Absolutely not :D
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Writer's Block: Fresh Flowers or Crunchy Leaves? [22 Mar 2009|04:05pm]
It's the first day of spring in the Northern Hemisphere and the first day of autumn in the Southern Hemisphere. What season do you want it to be where you live?

I would really like for winter to be back ;D
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Writer's Block: Take Your Chances [22 Mar 2009|02:15am]
Do you think people deserve second chances?

Depends on the situation
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[02 Aug 2008|01:54am]
So I've done a bit of photo editing. haha i know sounds like ages ago that I've actually done something like that but heeeeyyyy under the cut is where is at. Feedback would be appreciated

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Not much believing for the xfiles movie [24 Jul 2008|01:54pm]

Little to believe in with new `X-Files' movie
By CHRISTY LEMIRE – 1 hour ago

The makers of the new "X-Files" movie have done themselves a disservice in coming up with the elongated title, "The X-Files: I Want to Believe." Really, it just invites a whole bunch of bad jokes which, unfortunately, are justified.

It's easy to imagine how they might go: I want to believe another "X-Files" movie is necessary, 10 years after the first one came out and six years after the pioneering sci-fi series went off the air. I want to believe it's worth my time and money, even if I wasn't a fervent devotee of the TV show. And I want to believe that Mulder and Scully still have the same chemistry they once did — a big reason the series developed a cult fan base.

Well, David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson do slip comfortably back into the roles that made them superstars in the 1990s, but the movie itself from director and "X-Files" series creator Chris Carter never feels like anything more than an extended episode. It lacks the complexity and scope required to rise to a theatrical level; it doesn't challenge us in any new or exciting ways. The big mystery? Just a rehashed urban legend.

In deference to the show's many secrets and twists, we won't give anything away here. We'll just say the plot involves a missing persons case, severed body parts and some creepy hunts and chases through the snow.

In writing the script, Carter and longtime collaborator Frank Spotnitz have come up with a stand-alone story, one that doesn't require expertise in "X-Files" minutiae to follow, although they've also left some nuggets for loyal fans along the way. The title itself is one of them, sorta: It's the phrase on a poster that hung in Fox Mulder's office.

These days, the former FBI agent spends all his time hiding in his office at home, clipping articles about the same kinds of unexplained phenomena he used to investigate and obsessing, still. Meanwhile, the no-nonsense Dana Scully, the doctor he was paired with, is practicing at a hospital. (The appropriately named Our Lady of Sorrows.) But when FBI agents Whitney (a severely thin Amanda Peet) and Drummy (rapper Alvin "Xzibit" Joiner) approach her about finding Mulder to help them track down a missing colleague, she gets dragged back into the fray, too. Billy Connolly co-stars as a fallen priest who may or may not be experiencing psychic visions; he and Anderson, as the ever-doubtful Scully, have a couple of intense exchanges.

But you immediately know it's of no use when Scully says to Mulder: "I'm done chasing monsters in the dark." And that's one of the few compelling parts of "I Want to Believe" — the fact that these two are once more searching for answers, together, bickering and bantering along the way. Duchovny can still whip out a wicked one-liner, and his character's dark humor is crucial when things threaten to turn too self-serious. Anderson still brings grace and gravitas as his straight-laced foil.

Their work on "The X-Files" turns out to have been the best of both actors' careers — though Duchovny was great in the little-seen satire "The TV Set," and won a lead-actor Golden Globe this year for "Californication" — and it is indeed a pleasure to see them team up again. Too bad Carter and Co. couldn't come up with a feature-length film that rises to the occasion. The definitive "X-Files" movie may not be out there after all.

"The X-Files: I Want to Believe," a 20th Century Fox release, is rated PG-13 for violent and disturbing content and thematic material. Running time: 104 minutes. Two stars out of four.


whatever. I'm still going at midnight. Not much bolding because it was just summaries
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[20 Apr 2008|02:26pm]
I suck so bad at updating. Hell I haven't made an icon or a banner in a long ass time.

oh well. I'll probably do it again this summer, just inspiration is everywhere and I have a hard time focusing.
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[04 Mar 2008|05:28pm]

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[28 Feb 2008|05:03pm]
For reference, these are "dress day" pictures and a few chemistry lab pictures. Dress day is when we have to look nice the day before a meet and then I played in the mud

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[27 Feb 2008|07:00pm]

yes :D

Sorry I just like posting things. I got in a fight again. with words. It was stupid.. on both accounts. But whatevs. I want to go play in the mud but it's dark out :/
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[26 Feb 2008|07:33pm]

Lol whoops.
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[25 Feb 2008|11:03pm]
Despite a fight I had this weekend it's been good. I've been up for more than 12 hours on a day off and that's not cool, so for the enjoyment of whomever, I present some snoop.

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[31 Jan 2008|11:57pm]

So that kind of pissed me off today and like I totally came across it by accident. I was looking at a person's myspace and I see the comments from someone I know, not well, but none the less. It kind of irked me.

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[21 Jan 2008|10:37pm]
heeyyy... I like this. I'm going to try an update every day, even if it is stupid.

I'm totally addicted to Lost and 815. I just am.
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10 Best Actors on TV [15 Jul 2007|03:49am]
Let's face it: Awards shows are popularity contests, media coverage is usually a matter of who has the best publicist, and the networks let the prettiest actors on a particular show dominate the ad campaigns. But when you get right down to it, some of the greatest working thespians today choose to hone their craft, not on the stage or silver screen, but on the boob tube.

Here they are every week, bringing class and complexity to the vast wasteland. Many of them are middle-aged, realistically normal looking, and enigmatic; others are stars on the rise, deserving of more screentime. Either way, we think it's time to cut through the hype. So we humbly submit our list of The 10 Greatest Actors on TV Right Now:

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sorry if it was already posted bbs [14 Jun 2007|02:42am]
sorry if it was posted already, but this little girl is absolutely amazing.

source: Youtube
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[25 Apr 2007|05:24pm]
[48] HP OoTP icons
[15] Gael Garcia Bernal Icons
[1] Gael Garcia Bernal Banner

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