bending_sickle: (No rational thought)
Supernatural, "Death's Door" (7x10): Read more... )

Lord of the Rings Fandom Rewatch: Join the December marathon! Everybody watch the extended editions! This weekend, The Fellowship of the Ring.


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* Anon.
bending_sickle: (Default)
So guess who I met yesterday?

The Daily Show With Jon StewartMon - Thurs 11p / 10c
Jane Goodall
www.thedailyshow.com
Daily Show Full EpisodesPolitical Humor & Satire BlogThe Daily Show on Facebook









Supernatural, "The Mentalist" (7x07): Read more... )

Castle, "Heartbreak Hotel" (4x07): Read more... )

Ringer, "Oh Gawd, There's Two of Them?" (1x07): Read more... )

Person of Interest, "Witness" (1x07):: Read more... )


In other news, have about a month's worth of links! Because I need to go back to writing. Please note that the Tumblr-links are being thinned out unless truly fantastic because if not there would be thousands of links. If you absolutely need a LotD for Tumblr, go follow my dash.


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* Jane Goodall
bending_sickle: (Fangirling)
During the brief moments when I haven't been working or lying in bed cursing a cold, I've been watching television. Have some comments on that, because apart from writing some Time drabbles (and there's some Chip/Icarus there for you, [livejournal.com profile] seschat), I've got nothing new.

Supernatural, "Slash Fiction" (7x06): Read more... )

Once Upon a Time, 1x01: Read more... )

Friends With Benefits, 1x01-02: Read more... )

Castle, "Demons" (4x06): Read more... )

Drew Carey's Improv-a-ganza: Read more... )

White Collar - 2x01-2x07: Read more... )

Meme: 30-Day Original Story Development Challenge Day 19 and Day 20 and Day 21 )

Video of the Day: The Daily Show, "Weathering Fights - Science: What's It Up To?" *weeps at the politician's appallingly bad logic* )

Quotes of the Day: Crowleyismyco-pilot's friend, on her outlook on life, here, Read more... )

Joss Whedon, Firefly, "Serenity" (1x01), here Badger! Why couldn't we have had this? )

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* Castle, "Demons"
bending_sickle: (Mark is made of awesome)
Sickle's Social Squee (and the Not So Squee): Read more... )


In other news, I've watched all of the guest-starring-Mark-Sheppard episodes of BSG and am still a bit on the fence over whether I like the show or not. I can see that it's good, but it hasn't quite gripped me. Still, I've been reading Television Without Pity's recaps of the episodes I watched, and apart from being astonishingly well-written in the analytical and poetic sense of it all, they make me want to watch the show in full, if only to get a sense of these vast sweeping themes. So BSG is still on the List of TV Shows to Watch.

However, that's not what I want to share today. What I want to share is reason 2349 why Romo Lampkin is awesome.


He's handcuffed and has a big bad soldier with an even bigger, badder gun aimed at his *squints eyes* well, ass, really. And you know what? He kills that solder dead. With a pen. A stolen pen.

Did I mention he's a lawyer?

GIF Meme: Read more... )

Video of the Day: BBC's Choosing to Die (2010), with Terry Pratchett On the right to assisted dying. )

Meme: 30-Day Original Story Development Challenge Day 14 )

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* Battlestar Galactica
bending_sickle: (Obsessive)
Sickle's Random Tid-Bits:
  • I finally watched an episode of Battlestar Galactica, which I've been meaning to watch in full for ages. Obviously it was a Mark Sheppard episode - 3x18, "The Son Also Rises" - and he was basically the reason I watched it. And, it turns out, the only reason I liked it.

    Sure, I was jumping smack in the middle of the third season with only a basic knowledge of the whole series' storyline, but I didn't enjoy it because I got lost. And it wasn't because I didn't feel for the characters, because I did, for some, even without knowing their life history. I don't know, I think it was just all the politics and intrigue and all that type of happenings that made me not like it, because I've figured out that that is just not my genre. Thrillers and spies and politics - even if they are in space! - just isn't my thing.

    But that said, it really is a good show. Good pacing, good look, excellent writing. And by that I mean I absolutely adored all of Romo Lampkin [Mark Sheppard]'s speeches. His character had a slight Irish lilt to it, which was charming once I actually figured out what accent it was I was hearing - because previous to that I was just all ears going, "What? What accent is that? Where is that from? Is that, what?"

    I actually had to extract some of his speeches and made them into MP3s (wanna listen?) because I just loved them so much. Mark, damnit, do audiobooks.

    So in sum, I'll be watching more BSG, but only the kind with Mark Sheppard in it, until and if I get hooked on it and want to watch the whole thing.

    Oh, and on a completely different not, the president? Couldn't keep her apart from Doctor Who's Sarah Jane Smith in my head. I'm okay with that.

  • The newspaper did an article on prostitution zones in Rome, and so I learned that there are two zones in my neighbourhood. There's seven women right around our place - which doesn't surprise me, as I knew of five and actually walk by their hang-out place which is a little park every day to and from work - and some twenty-one a bit farther away - coincidently, where one night my mother and I were walking and were called at from a car and we knew they'd mistaken us for prostitutes. So that makes almost thirty prostitutes right in my area. Huh.

  • One of my co-workers, who's camping out at a friend's place until he can find one of his own, got robbed. In his apartment. At night. While he was sleeping. Someone ninjaed in through an open second-story window and took his friend's TV, his iPhone and wallet. Apart from being freaked the fuck out over someone being in his house while he's sleeping, he didn't have a dime on him. He went to his folk's for the weekend, to recover a bit until he could move in to his new place. The worst thing? This is totally not an unheard of or even uncommon thing in Rome.

  • I just realized today that it's going to be ten years since I graduated from highschool and started university, and I've got a friend who's at that stage right now. (The best thing? We're both like, "What age difference?") Ah, squishy ♥ And since it's that season, there's a few Tumblr things about starting university which mean a lot because I can remeber it all happening, and because I'm seeing it happening to my squishy. So this.


Supernatural Season 7 Promo-Spoilers: One tiny little screencap of squee )


GIF Meme: You're stuck in an elevator...: Read more... )

Quote of the Day: Sneebs
It's better to belong where you don't belong than not to belong where you used to belong, remembering when you used to belong there.


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* Terry Pratchett
bending_sickle: (Default)
Just had the doctor's appointment, certifying that, indeed, I will not drop dead at the office. There was also surprise EVERYTHING (and TMI) )

I've been listening to Thea Gilmore's "Avalanche" on repeat since I got back home. I've got that half-a-bottle of beer from yesterday and some chips. I have Mark Sheppard in some three episodes of Dollhouse to rewatch. (I think I didn't recognize him the first time because his face has freakin' morphed since he was a not-so-wee thing on Firefly.) I think I'll be okay.


In other news (and in a completely different mood), I found that video that everyone's making GIFs of Misha! \o/ Check it out!

Or watch it here )


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* Thea Gilmore, "Fever Beats"
bending_sickle: (Someone hug Castiel)
  • I've done a re-re-re-edit of TWSaM because my supervisor has been kind enough to give me the go-ahead on printing it out at the office and binding it all nice and spirally. \o/ Sure, when my parents get back they'll have my CreateSpace proof copy, but this one's got pictures.

  • I've been doing a lot of listening to audiobooks lately - the house is very quiet. This weekend I got How to be a Pirate by CCressida and Whiteout by KFollet done, and soon I'll be able to start on the latest Sookie Stackhouse novel. Booooooks \o/

  • I'm being quite crap at emailing people I ought to email.

  • We can has gas bill. I need to figure out where that can be paid, and all that jazz. I know it involves a lot of standing in line and such, but the details are fuzzy.

  • By gods, if I don't finish Walking Far From Home (fanvid) this week, cries of argh! will ensue.

  • Although, creatively, this weekend was a win because while I still have two stories crying abandoned in a corner, I got the outlines down for one image I've been wanting to draw. Sure, the angle isn't what I wanted, but it's the best I can do without the appropriate references. Of course, I can't draw people to save my life, and my adding colour to things tends to ruin them, so I don't know how I'm going to get the vibrant colour motif I've got in my head down on paper... But at least we're exorcising the damn thing out.


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* Misha Collins
bending_sickle: (Invisible?)
Wow. I haven't posted in a week. What that primarily means is that the Links of the Day is going to scare the bejeezus out of you, but it also means there's some catching up to do on events in Sickleland.

This past week I finished Grave Sight and Grave Surprise, the first two books in Charlaine Harris's (she of the Sookie Stackhouse books) series revolving around Harper Connelly, who can sense corpses and see their last living moments. Read more... )

I've also gone a lot to the cinema because there's a Spanish film festival going on. Read more... )

On Friday mom and I were supposed to go to a concert in a church, and in fact we were sitting in the pews with the concert just minutes away froms tarting, when her heart started acting up. Read more... )

I've been madly focused on a fanvid which I never even meant to make. I just couldn't get Iron and Wine's Walking Far From Home out of my head. Read more... )

I recently got an email from Person in Organization, following up on his, "your CV is right up my project's alley, let me see if we have place for you to do an internship" promise. I have an interview - "a short discussion" - with him tomorrow, and I'm really keen on this opportunity because it's all about what I studied in my Masters. \o/

I'm also on holiday until Wednesday \o/

I'm past two weeks in Sniffles and Sneezes of Doom :(


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* "Walking Far From Home", Iron and Wine
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Meme: 30-Day Fandom vs. Personal Meme:

Day 8: Character that is technically attractive, but you just can’t bring yourself to be attracted to them. Read more... )

Day 9: Which character would you set upon your worst enemy? Read more... )

Day 10: From any mixture of fandoms, pick your favourite overall character, your favourite villain, and a character you wish would have stayed longer. Now, fuck, marry or kill them. Read more... )

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* Natalie Tran (YouTube's communitychannel)
bending_sickle: (Internet :D)
German class sucked today. Read more... )

About the hormones, can I just give a "fuck you" to people who think PMS is a social construct? Read more... )

Sickle's Review of Repo! The Genetic Opera:
  • It is awesome. (Trailer) I remember the crazy mad hype on [livejournal.com profile] fandomsecrets months before the movie came out, and believe be, the hype is totally founded. (Unless cracky science fiction dramatic slasher opera isn't really your thing - like my brother - then you might not like it.) It's rocking fun, the story is good (and easy to follow in that characters are well-introduced and get back-stories) and the songs are brilliant

  • Speaking of, Zydrate Anatomy is still the best song there, although I Didn't Know I'd Love You So Much is rapidly becoming my also-favorite.

  • And speaking of Zydrate Anatomy, can I just say? Graverobber is made of unf.

  • Anthony Stewart Head was spectacular. His singing - and yes, he does have an album out - his acting, everything. Oh man, I've missed seeing him. (This is why I need to watch Merlin, I know.) I didn't even have to choose between hopeing for him being Giles-like or him being Ripper-like. (And, um, Sexy Evil Voice is Sexy.)

  • And again, speaking of Anthony Head, I didn't know his brother was Murray Head, of One Night in Bangkok. That is... Wow. That's a classic, that is.


Sickle Wields the Science Stick: On icanhascheezburger, someone posts a video: Fennec Fox Demands Love. Cue the "OMGWTF that's a wild animal, why is it captivity!" voices and the "it's totally domesticated, no worries mate, have some fallacies" maddness, and I back away slowly to shake my head (and Science Stick!) far from the drama. My references are all going to be Wiki because I have neither the time nor patience to pull up relevant journals and I am not doing a literature review to shake the Science Stick over the concepts of domestication, tameness, and similar. Deal with it. This shit got long enough as it is.Read more... )


Videos of the Day: "Intervention", Margaret Cho ft. Tegen & Sara Read more... )
xxxThePeachxxx's Halle Berry, Blackness Confirmed Read more... )
"Time and Place", Last Dinosaurs - [livejournal.com profile] seschat, I thought of you five seconds into the music video ;) Read more... )

Meme: Good Things:

Day 19: I went for a walk, had ice-cream (coffee flavour of the gods and ricotta & blue berries of those other gods), and checked out the new Little Big Town toy store. Grabby hands were made at many things, because I am twelve. Or six, depending on the toy. (I *insert sarcasm* love how their gallery is really just headshot of Important People in the shop, as opposed to, oh, I don't know, their products?)
Day 20: ...I'm going to watch Castle The Secret Diary of a Call Girl tonight even if my alarm clock kills me tomorrow. Yays. Granted, it's officially Day 21 now (Approprite Icon is Appropriate), so Day 20 had... Rasberries with cream. Yes. That was the highlight.

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* Repo! The Genetic Opera
bending_sickle: (But I won't like it)
Today was sprinkled with suck, apparently. Consider that it started with my not getting out of the elevator at warp speed, so that it flew right back up to the very top floor when a neighbour rang it. "But I saw the button go dark," he said, referring to the "I'm free! Call me!" button. Yeah, but dude, you have to give me time to get out once the elevator lands.

Then there was work. Work was frustrating because I'm editing the format of a bunch of articles for a collection, and by gods are the articles in some serious need of formatting. Some only give half their references, others throw in copy/pasted lists, and still others decide that one-line paragraphs are teh awesome. Why can't people do things right the first time, or at least be consistent in their own article?

But that wasn't it, either. The office is cold. Like, very cold. Like, I wear wool sweaters and fingerless gloves and sit next to the portable radiator while the heater is rumbling on in the background. That's cold. But my co-worker - the substitute secretary who's from round-about my generation - insists on forgetting to close the door behind her whenever she leaves the room. Rant is ranty )


Also, my mother's back, as I might have mentioned, and we're back to me sucking and me not being able to breathe without being a rude daughter and obviously not even trying to get out of a house I'm just leeching off of which I am trying to keep my head together and not die a little support would be nice. Oh look, another rant. )


I think you can see why I'm not really up to posting or writing or anything at all these days. Like, I have a queue list on YouTube from October, and a fanfic I haven't touched in almost four months, and fanmixes that have been live for two months and still haven't been pimped, and it took me like two weeks to revise my CV and rant continues )

AND I KEEP GETTING SPAM COMMENTS ON MONTHS-OLD LIVEJOURNAL POSTS WTF.


Meme: Good Things:

Day 13: I had the house to myself for the almost-three hours between internship and German. Also, there were cookies.
Day 14: I watched New Moon with Rifftrax. What, it made ma laugh.
Day 15: ...I'm going to watch John Simm and Philip Glenister and other people be awesome on mad Dogs 1x02 and it will be good.

Quote of the Day: [livejournal.com profile] cleolinda quotes her mother, here
"Your job," she says, "is to call for help."

Links of the Day:
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* [livejournal.com profile] cleolinda, Twilight in Fifteen Minutes
bending_sickle: (Invisible?)
I suppose even if I say I've been meaning to post for the past week it doesn't detract from the fact that I haven't posted this whole year so far. It's not for want of things to say, either, just that time seems to have taken amphetamines and is working double-fast. So I'm going to try to catch up in the time-honoured fashion of bullet points.

Why Rome Is a Bad Place:
  • On the mid-morning of December 31st, my mom was making her way back from the market with a few bags of vegetables walking down a main street near our house. Then Bad Things Happened )


Sickle's Daily Life:
  • I can has job! Okay, so it's part-time and for a limited time at that (January to May) and at the Institute where I did my internship, but still. Job. Read more... )

  • Any day now, the proof copy of Time We Saw a Miracle is going to make its way through the US mail system and there will be joy and rejoicing. Well, maybe not, because it's going to my brother's address (so much safer than asking an American company to send something super special across the pond to Italy). Still, book.

  • I've been working on the four (oh gods, four) fanmixes for Time We Saw a Miracle. I've got three with their songs pretty much narrowed down and in a decent enough order, which still amazes me because I had so many songs to wade through.

  • I read The Red Tree by [livejournal.com profile] greygirlbeast (Caitlin R. Kiernan) this past week although "read" isn't the word so much as "avidly devoured".

    I was a tiny bit disappointed for all of two seconds when I discovered that the novel wasn't written in the wonderful run-on sentences of Threshold (because gods do I love that writing) but as I said, that lasted two seconds and then I was hooked and loving it.

    Oh, and I totally called The Thing About Constance, but that's okay because while I suspected it, I never really believed that's where it was going, so was still pleasantly surprised and still thoroughly enjoyed the slight paranoia I was sharing with Sara.

    I was not expecting the sex scenes or maybe it was just two details that stuck in my head and won't go away, involving sex toys, but either way, it fit.

    I was struck by a few details like the insomnia and the seizures where I could point to and say, hey, [livejournal.com profile] greygirlbeast's Real Life is poking though, and that was actually nice because I could draw upon all her descriptions of what she's gone through and understand it all the more. I also liked that a few details and scenes I could pick out from Threshold's universe-vault, or maybe it's just [livejournal.com profile] greygirlbeast's general universe details and I just haven't read enough of her work to know.

    Still, there were spoilers )


Sickle Hits the Fandom:
  • Grey's Anatomy is back, baby! There were happy couples and rapid-fire drama and sweet jambalaya Christina Yang I missed you. The characters made me happy, except Meredith who for the first time ever completely alienated me from her drama and made me say, "Good gods, woman, you're being petty and over-dramatic." But then Cally was all amazing, so it's all good.

  • Castle was watched in the company of my mom, which meant a lot of pausing and recapping and explaining, but it's really nice to be able to watch a show with someone and squee.

  • Supernatural is still absent from my life (especially considering I barely even have time to read fic or meta) but my wallpaper's a screencap of the Dean's promo bit, and when mom asked who it was, out came Google Images and parental approval. Seriously, that boy is too pretty.

  • Human Target was Human Target again! \o/ Rejoice! Read more... ) So yeah, Human Target was its usual crazy fun self with the blatant disregard for reality we all know and love and I clapped like a happy, happy seal.


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* Monty Python and the Holy Grail
bending_sickle: (Obsessive)
Meme: My Year in Fic via [livejournal.com profile] qthewetsprocket Read more... )

Meme: Your Nanowrimo Wordle via [livejournal.com profile] poisoned_sleep, even if it's not so much a meme as her genius idea


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Quote of the Day: [livejournal.com profile] emerald_embers, here
IT'S ALMOST THE END OF THE YEAR, SELF. YOU WILL CROSS THIS FINISH LINE IF YOU HAVE TO DAMN WELL CRAWL ACROSS IT.

Video of the Day: Hallelujah Chorus (featuring les freres de St. Francis de la Sissies).Read more... )

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* Nathaniel Hawthorne
bending_sickle: (Invisible?)
Sickle's "Oh hai, not dead, just in Chicago!" bulletpoint summary of the week: Read more... )

Quote of the Day: [livejournal.com profile] yumemisama, here
I need to learn more Chinese. It's a very satisfying language to be angry in. Have you ever seen the tone marks on romanized Mandarin? You could hurt yourself on diacriticals like that. Ranting in Chinese is like riding rough over a rocky mountain sentence, with bad shocks and nothing but a pile of exclamation points to stop you at the end. Whoever you're yelling at just has to hang on for dear life and hope to get through it without hitting anything flammable.

[livejournal.com profile] lodo_bear, here
I hope they forgive us once we've saved them all.


40 Days of Supernatural Meme: Day 40 - What kind of movie/tv show would you like to see Jared and Jensen star in after SPN ends? Read more... )


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Lost: Read more... )
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The Walking Dead: Read more... )
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* Pat Collander
bending_sickle: (Default)
Today was nothing to write home about, except for that bit in the afternoon with the maternal strife argument. Yesterday was even worse, what with the three-hour-long torturous cramp session of pain and agony, preceded by the morning- and the evening-cramps sessions of great discomfort.

Lost Special: Totally Lost, Part 1 and 6: Read more... )

30 Days of Doctor Who: Day 17 – A Piece of Who-Related FanArt Read more... )

30 Days of Supernatural Meme: Day 17 - Your favorite SPN friendship Read more... )

40 Days of Supernatural Meme: Day 17 - Bravest minor character? Read more... )

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* Ben Braeden, "The Kids Are Alright", Supernatural
bending_sickle: (Happy cup (not helping))
Sickle Has A Request: So I finally read through The Last Wild Angel - that story that in a fit of insanity I've decided to try and send to a magazine - enough to edit it a little and put it in manuscript format. However, I have some editorial questions of the "What should I dooooo?" and "Is this okay? Tell me it's okay!" variety. So does anyone care to beta? Please?

Sickle Writes (And Has Another Sort-Of Request): Day before yesterday - because I've been lax in posting - I finally finished typing out the notes I'd made for Time for Something Biblical, listing all the characters', set and plot details. It's on [livejournal.com profile] sickle_stories, but flocked, which y'all know I never do on [livejournal.com profile] bending_sickle, because I'm apparently more paranoid about my half-formed creative ideas being open to the world than I am about my life.

I went to sleep quite late because I just can't come up with a title for the sequel. I know it's ridiculous, because I haven't even started writing it and I barely know what's going to happen, but I'm obsessed with finding the right title. Time for Something Biblical was such a perfect title, what with the apocalypse and the angel and all. Now I'm scouring the internet and quotes and books for anything that'll work, preferrably starting of with "Time For", and, if I want to be really picky, a Muse lyric - not because I like Muse, because I don't overmuch, but because I did the same with TFSB and its chapter titles and argh.

The titles I've got listed - where the one I most like is the first one - include: Read more... )

Random thought: I do really weird fanmixes. I've never done a proper, actually-related-to-fandom fanmix. The best I could do on that front is making a fanmix of all the songs I want to make into fanvids, but that's a bit odd, even for me. My mixes are all about long-distance relationships and obsessive compulsive disorder and chronic homesickness and gods know I might end up doing a mix on fish one of these days. I've already got two three songs in mind, and I didn't even have to think hard: Dawn of BtVS's "Anchovies" song, Monty Python's "Slapping Fish" song, and "It's a Long Way from Amphioxus". Crazy little Sickle.

Sickle SMASH: *raging flail, see below* More on Hispanic and Latin labeling )

Other News: Yestrday was a Bad Day in terms of Mother-Daughter relationships, where Daughter is all, "You don't listen to me! I just want you to say something positive for once! Show you care!" and Mother is all, "Don't talk to me in that tone!" and Daughter's all, "That tone is me begging you to show me you love me!" so you can imagine how wonderful I feel at the moment.

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30 Days of Supernatural Meme: Day 16 - An episode that scared you Read more... )

40 Days of Supernatural Meme: Day 16 - What's your favorite Supernatural weapon? Read more... )

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* Russian proverb**
** Except maybe this one ;)
bending_sickle: (For fuck's sake)
I ain't dead. That's about the sum of the good news. All other news will not be reported at this point in time.

PS: Everything sucks, *whine whine whine*

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* TPratchett, Witches Abroad
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I had a very unsettling dream last, night, which goes fantastically with the upsetting dream I had the day before. Read more... )

In other news, have some Italian music. Specifically, the music listed in my Italian book. Read more... )

Meme - 30 Days - Day 26 → Your week, in great detail: Read more... )

Quotes of the Day: Jim Valvano
To me, there are three things we all should do every day. We should do this every day of our lives. Number one is laugh. You should laugh every day. Number two is think. You should spend some time in thought. And number three is, you should have your emotions moved to tears, could be happiness or joy. But think about it. If you laugh, you think, and you cry, that's a full day. That's a heck of a day. You do that seven days a week, you're going to have something special.

Links of the Day:
Supernatural: Read more... )
Lost: Read more... )
True Blood: Read more... )
Doctor Who: Read more... )
Ashes to Ashes: Read more... )
Nightmare on Elm Street (2010): Read more... )
Multifandom: Read more... )
Random: Read more... )


* Spanish proverb**
** Just not one I've ever heard before.
bending_sickle: (Happy cup (not helping))
Sickle's "Oh dears gods, where did the time go?!?" Post-Points:

Life and Times:

- Italian class picking up a bit. We've actually used the books a few times, and there's been a few minutes of conversation. Useful learnings, we can has!

- I had a job interview yesterday. Read more... )

- I've been having incredibly anxious dreams - my version of nightmares, in that if I freak out or actively feel fear, it's a nightmare - this past week. I've had dreams where: Read more... )

The Fandom Life:

- There is a reason I never really got around to watching The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas and that reason is that this movie's ending will frickin' rip your heart out after chewing on it thoroughly for over an hour. One review says merely, "Utterly devastating," and damn, that's it in a nutshell.

- I haven't even watched Doctor Who, much less Lost (which, omg, so looking forward to that). Happy (or utterly soul-destroying, whichever) Supernatural finale, y'all!


Links of the Day:
Supernatural: Read more... )
Lost: Read more... )
Ashes to Ashes / Life On Mars: Read more... )
True Blood: Read more... )
Human Target: Read more... )
Multifandom: Read more... )
Random: Read more... )


* Hello Saferide, "I Don't Sleep Well"

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