June 17, 2013   55 notes
lovelykristenbell:

“I feel fucking great. I’m also not responsible for all the prep work, so it’s easy for me. I love the script, and I’m so excited to see everyone again. Working with my old friends and working on this project is going to be the perfect summer experience.” - Kristen Bell about Veronica Mars Movie

YAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!

lovelykristenbell:

“I feel fucking great. I’m also not responsible for all the prep work, so it’s easy for me. I love the script, and I’m so excited to see everyone again. Working with my old friends and working on this project is going to be the perfect summer experience.” - Kristen Bell about Veronica Mars Movie

YAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!!!

May 6, 2013   6 notes

I feel like it’s a bit hypocritical to think that homosexuality is okay but incest is not. LET ME EXPLAIN before you freak out.

When my professor brought up moral development and used incest as a situation, it made me start to think about gay marriage because sometimes I see people posting things like, “Marrying your cousin is legal in so and so state, but marrying someone of the same gender isn’t?” as if incest is on the same level as homosexuality, which I suppose if you take reproduction out of the picture, it is in a way… maybe? Possibly? Not at all? But I agree with the saying that if two people love each other, nothing else matters.

So before today, it really bothered me whenever I found out people were opposed to gay marriage/relationships/just the idea of homosexuals because it was like well shit, they love each other and it’s none of your business, but now I can (kind of) better understand where they may be coming from although I still don’t agree. It’s like how some of us think that even though two people who are closely related aren’t sexually reproducing, it’s still weird or wrong, but I meaaaan, they love each other and it’s none of our business, right? It’s just that neither situation is a social norm, so we’re naturally opposed to it even if we don’t have a legitimate or logical reason to.

And now concluding, I would just like to clarify that I have absolutely no interest in anyone who is related to me and that I am not opposed to gay marriage.

October 14, 2012   16 notes
It’s hard to believe that it has been a full year.

I remember all of the emotions that I went through that day. The distraction from the fear while I was studying for my midterm after midnight, the disappointment after that midterm, the confusion and anticipation to go home after reading my cousins’ tweet & wall post on Facebook, the moment of denial when my sister wanted to confirm whether or not I was done with my midterm, the pain of knowing I was in PS107 lab tutorial instead of with my family during such an important time, the rush of complete grief when I got out of PS107 lab tutorial and called home. It was regret after that… on the ride to the airport, while waiting for my flight, on the plane back to Oakland. Once I got into my uncle’s car, I wasn’t sure what to feel anymore. Part of it was denial, like, is this really happening? It can’t be. The other part was curiosity, how am I actually going to react when I walk into our home?

Once I went in, I rushed to my dad’s side, and everyone around me was telling me to say goodbye and that it was okay, he could still hear me. I wished so hard for that to be true so I could tell him all of my sorries and “I love you”s and he would know how much I wholeheartedly meant it that for a few moments, I actually, really did believe that he was still alive.

I miss you, daddy, and I think about you every single day. I’m as grateful as ever to have been raised by such a wonderful and amazing man, and I know that even though you are no longer with us physically, you are always by my side in spirit. You have always motivated me to be a better person, giving as much as I can to the people around me in love, generosity, and kindness whenever there is the opportunity to. You are the reason why I have such a strong heart, a strong mind, and strong actions, and all the thanks in the world would not be able to express how blessed I feel for all that you did for me and all that you do for me still to make me who I am today.

I love you forever & always, daddy.
RIP 10/24/1956-10/14/2011.

It’s hard to believe that it has been a full year.

I remember all of the emotions that I went through that day. The distraction from the fear while I was studying for my midterm after midnight, the disappointment after that midterm, the confusion and anticipation to go home after reading my cousins’ tweet & wall post on Facebook, the moment of denial when my sister wanted to confirm whether or not I was done with my midterm, the pain of knowing I was in PS107 lab tutorial instead of with my family during such an important time, the rush of complete grief when I got out of PS107 lab tutorial and called home. It was regret after that… on the ride to the airport, while waiting for my flight, on the plane back to Oakland. Once I got into my uncle’s car, I wasn’t sure what to feel anymore. Part of it was denial, like, is this really happening? It can’t be. The other part was curiosity, how am I actually going to react when I walk into our home?

Once I went in, I rushed to my dad’s side, and everyone around me was telling me to say goodbye and that it was okay, he could still hear me. I wished so hard for that to be true so I could tell him all of my sorries and “I love you”s and he would know how much I wholeheartedly meant it that for a few moments, I actually, really did believe that he was still alive.

I miss you, daddy, and I think about you every single day. I’m as grateful as ever to have been raised by such a wonderful and amazing man, and I know that even though you are no longer with us physically, you are always by my side in spirit. You have always motivated me to be a better person, giving as much as I can to the people around me in love, generosity, and kindness whenever there is the opportunity to. You are the reason why I have such a strong heart, a strong mind, and strong actions, and all the thanks in the world would not be able to express how blessed I feel for all that you did for me and all that you do for me still to make me who I am today.

I love you forever & always, daddy.
RIP 10/24/1956-10/14/2011.

December 27, 2011   25 notes
uclacki:

Hey all!
We’ve put together a graphic flyer for you to share with all your friends, including all the performers we have attending, including UCLA Wushu, YOUTHphonics, Native June, LA Street Dance Collective, Spring Sing 2011 winner Courtney Randall, and YouTube Star Gerald Ko (singindork888)!
Don’t forget! Register on http://www.circlekpillowfight.com while you can!
Spread the love, and REBLOG REBLOG REBLOG! ♥ Thanks!

uclacki:

Hey all!

We’ve put together a graphic flyer for you to share with all your friends, including all the performers we have attending, including UCLA Wushu, YOUTHphonics, Native June, LA Street Dance Collective, Spring Sing 2011 winner Courtney Randall, and YouTube Star Gerald Ko (singindork888)!

Don’t forget! Register on http://www.circlekpillowfight.com while you can!

Spread the love, and REBLOG REBLOG REBLOG! ♥ Thanks!

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December 27, 2011   127 notes
mct1:

Watching 30 Rock, because real people suck, except Tina Fey.

mct1:

Watching 30 Rock, because real people suck, except Tina Fey.

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