The Top of My Head #1
Okay, Tumblr. This is a small project that I’ve been meaning to start in earnest for the past week or so, and today I finally did it. Top of My Head is something that I hope turns into at the very least, a weekly feature, and if I can fight off my procrastinatory nature, a daily occurrence. Here is the goal: For one hour every day, I will put everything aside and write for one whole hour....
Some in-game footage from Split/Second. I’m more or less sold on this game now, seeing as how it looks like everything the Burnout games should be.
Anything you dream is fiction, and anything you accomplish is science, the whole...– Ray Bradbury (via booklover) Note: This has been glaring at me all day, so I figured I might as well reblog for the hell of it.
Silly is you in a natural state, and serious is something you have to do until...– Mike Myers (via littlemiss)
Writing to ‘get it right the first time’ is like driving a car with the...– Joan Bolker (via merlin) And therein lay the tragedy of my inability to produce material that I not only feel is worth reading, but worth writing as well.
I think it’s more interesting to see people who don’t feel appropriately. I...– Ryan Gosling (via chocolate-cigarettes) I feel compelled to add that sometimes “feeling too much” usually includes over-analyzing something instead of just being overcome with emotion.
Have you ever been fired? If so, why? I’ve never been fired and I intend to keep it that way. I like to think that I’m a good employee, so I try not to start trouble at work. Considering that I only hold one job at a time, it kind of benefits me to not screw anything up. Ask me anything
Fuck it. I’m a sheep just like everyone else. Ask me anything http://formspring.me/youcallit
brianfeldman: I want to see this. More than anything, I’m glad that they’re following the book’s level of violence. Mark Millar’s works usually translate pretty well to film, but after Wanted got the whole normalization of it’s storyline, I’m looking forward to seeing this as a more direct translation.
The Farabee-Gross Effect: “The longer a conversation about a general,...– MacKenzie Gross