Anonymous ASKED:
what do you think about them making a sequel to va?? they are going to ruin adrian now too. :(

Let me start off by saying this is the only ask I will be answering on this subject—because the very idea of a sequel isn’t even worth my time or anyone else’s.

Thoughts on the issue:

1) They got the majority of the financing? When VA was the flop of the decade—losing/not earning back over HALF of its budget? This translates into: ‘We will cast Lea Thompson—an actress in her fifties—to play Janine and to finance the movie.

2) Yeah they will ruin Adrian, just like they ruined Rose and Dimitri. Maybe that will finally convince people that the movies should be napalmed.

3) #frostbite2015 = box office flop of 2015. The Waters brothers are going to try to redeem their epic failure with VA in this sequel—and it’s just going to end up being another fucking joke.

4) According to Daniel Waters FB post, he was curled up in a bathtub sobbing, promising never to ruin another Richelle Mead book. What a fucking liar.

and finally

5) Good. Go for it. The sequel  will be as abysmal as the first, losing even more millions—and in the process it will successfully drive the final coffin nail in the careers of the people involved. Which might wipe that smug, condescending self-satisfied smile off the face of that Hollywood brat once and for all.

For the record, any pro #frostbite2015 bullshit or propaganda that enters my ask box will be reported for harassment. My position on the entire film franchise is well known at this point and I have stated numerous times it triggers my rage.

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not-blinking:

Helping to clear out the tags!!

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Aurora Borealis—Took two years, but it’s finally updated thanks to the lovely review icefirewave left last night.

Aurora Borealis—Took two years, but it’s finally updated thanks to the lovely review icefirewave left last night.

Fic update    Mine    Rose Writes    

Get Kate to Eckerd! 

thelocalpsychopath:

As most of my followers/friends know I am a college student studying art. I am planning on spending my first two years at my local community college and then transfer to a University. Problem? I dont see how I could possibly afford the University I want even with a part time job and financial aid. I guess what I am asking is for a little bit of help - even if you can only donate a little it will help in the long run. I am looking at over 950,000 dollar’s for my two years there … big price tag. Even if you cant donate please just reblog because maybe then one of your followers will <3

Love you all just for reading this! 

Kate

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Get Kate to Eckerd! 

thelocalpsychopath:

As most of my followers/friends know I am a college student studying art. I am planning on spending my first two years at my local community college and then transfer to a University. Problem? I dont see how I could possibly afford the University I want even with a part time job and financial aid. I guess what I am asking is for a little bit of help - even if you can only donate a little it will help in the long run. I am looking at over 950,000 dollar’s for my two years there … big price tag. Even if you cant donate please just reblog because maybe then one of your followers will <3

Love you all just for reading this! 

Kate

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Get Kate to Eckerd! 

thelocalpsychopath:

As most of my followers/friends know I am a college student studying art. I am planning on spending my first two years at my local community college and then transfer to a University. Problem? I dont see how I could possibly afford the University I want even with a part time job and financial aid. I guess what I am asking is for a little bit of help - even if you can only donate a little it will help in the long run. I am looking at over 950,000 dollar’s for my two years there … big price tag. Even if you cant donate please just reblog because maybe then one of your followers will <3

Love you all just for reading this! 

Kate

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Get Kate to Eckerd! 

thelocalpsychopath:

As most of my followers/friends know I am a college student studying art. I am planning on spending my first two years at my local community college and then transfer to a University. Problem? I dont see how I could possibly afford the University I want even with a part time job and financial aid. I guess what I am asking is for a little bit of help - even if you can only donate a little it will help in the long run. I am looking at over 950,000 dollar’s for my two years there … big price tag. Even if you cant donate please just reblog because maybe then one of your followers will <3

Love you all just for reading this! 

Kate

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twigbookshop:

Seven Small Books for Graduates Instead of Oh, The Places You’ll Go!

Let me explain. 

Dr. Seuss’s classic Oh, The Places You’ll Go! is wise and wonderful and a favorite graduation gift, but as a grad gift it is a bit predictable. If you’re looking for something short and sweet and a little unexpected, try one of these alternatives. 

Because, to be quite candid, we’re sold out. 

Steal Like and Artist and Show Your Work, by Austin Kleon

Austin Kleon’s advice on creativity and self-promotion is clever, entertaining, and refreshingly practical. 

Congratulations, By the Way, by George Saunders

"Down through the ages, a traditional form has evolved for this type of speech, which is: Some old fart, his best years behind him, who over the course of his life has made a series of dreadful mistakes (that would be me), gives heartfelt advice to a group of shining, energetic young people with all of their best years ahead of them (that would be you)."  

Instructions, by Neil Gaiman, illustrated by Charles Vess

Neil Gaiman offers advice on traveling safely through a fairy tale world, and coming safely home again.  

Oh, the Places You’ll Eff Up!, by Joshua Miller and Patrick Casey, illustrated by Gemma Correll

This foul-mouthed and funny “parody for your twenties” uses a variety of children’s classics to offer insight into everything that’s waiting after graduation. 

Everything I Need to Know I Learned from a Little Golden Book, by Diane E. Muldrow 

This lavishly illustrated piece of charm and nostalgia celebrates all of the values you’re taught as a child as a grown-up. 

Make Good Art, by Neil Gaiman

This small and beautifully designed book contains the entirety of “Fantastic Mistakes,” aka Gaiman’s make good art speech, the commencement speech he delivered in May 2012 at Philadelphia’s University of the Arts. 

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