I want to start blogging about movies. I’m just having a hard time finding a jumping off point.
We’re really excited that HITRECORD ON TV is renewed for Season 2! WATCH EPISODE #1 HERE
ALRIGHT HERE IT IS! Watch Episode #1 of HITRECORD ON TV!
Deeply proud of this show and everyone’s work on it <3
I think I have a huge mancrush on Joseph Gordon-Levitt. The man is way too talented and sauve and charming.
This is gonna sound weird, but I just power watched through two and a half seasons of New Girl (fantastic show btw) and for the first time in a long time, I feel like I want a normal life, or at least a normal life as shown in the contexts of a television show. I want a relationship. I don’t care if I have a job that necessarily fulfills me. I want to have close friends. I want to be open emotionally. I’m not saying that I can be open, but I feel like I might be able to. And it’s a good feeling. I sound like such a douche.
I’ve been doing a lot of thinking like I tend to do, and I’ve been trying to think of things I’m proud of. But I can’t think of any. Hell, I even tried googling “things to be proud of” hoping that something would come to mind.
There is nothing I’ve done in my twenty years of life that I am proud of. Graduating high school? Easy. The majority of the population does that. I didn’t do anything in high school, no clubs no extracurriculars. I didn’t even have an astounding GPA. I took Tae Kwon Do for four years. You know what I have to show for it? Not a black belt. I quit about a month before getting it to play baseball. Oh, and that lasted for a whole two years before giving that up. I’m not even going to college anymore. Two years and I said ‘fuck it’. Not that I regret stopping, there was nothing of interest at school, but I know I’ll probably have a harder time getting a good job compared to someone who does have a degree.
That pretty much sums up the highlights of my life. Nothing spectacular. Nothing extraordinary. I don’t even think you could call it ordinary. More like subpar. That’s all I have to look back on. Just a subpar life with subpar experiences, and nothing to be proud of.
I wish my subconscious would project a person so I could have a conversation with them/myself. But that’s kinda weird and schizophrenic. Or maybe I’m just lonely. Or maybe I just want to be able to analyze myself.
Professor X’s real super-power: pizza all the time.
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