The first time I saw Teddy I was like “Oh hey, I think I’ve seen you somewhere be—SWEET MOTHER OF GOD YYYOOOOOUUUUU.” And Leo DiCap uuunnnnffffff I can’t wait to see him have nasty gay sex with my other dreamhusband Armie Hammer in J. Edgar!!
I’m going to buy this before Christmas now.
Also, I should probably see J. Edgar for all the reasons.
I was embarrassingly excited for Inception - I expected it to be one of the best movies ever made. I wasn’t disappointed - it was great, well-made, well-acted, smart, intense, everything I expected from Nolan - but it didn’t live up fully to the expectation I had for it because I had set the bar so high.
The premise was nice and the love story was heartbreaking.
But, as far as watchability and repeatability, I think Shutter Island was better.
I know Inception isn’t exactly meant to be watched over and over, but Shutter Island captured the noir era in a very interesting light and it had just as tragic of a love story; Leo’s character was much more tortured, I felt. I know it was adapted from a novel but Scorsese captured it wonderfully.
I’m not saying Shutter Island is a better piece of art than Inception, I’m just saying I found it a bit easier to swallow.
9. Tattoos I want - I want a lot; I want another Star Wars tattoo but the only one I have mostly planned is awesome - an Irish whiskey bottle with a half-full whiskey glass next to it with a banner in front of the glass that says “Sacrifice the Liver!” I had a picture somwhere…
10. Biggest turn-ons - As always, tattoos and pale skin and intelligence and similar views on politics and movies and tv shows and things (like if you’re watching American Horror Story right now I’m in love)
11. Age - 22 :) October birthdays are nice
12. I’ve described this one before with what I still find the best thing ever. Let’s see if I can remember it - dark, cold, snowy evening in NYC/Boston/Philly, meeting up at a small, warm, fairly active pub where we can get our own small booth, having a few beers and talking about politics and religion and science and everything, then going for a walk through the snowy park, talking and joking; going back to one of our places, sitting down on the couch with a good movie and a few bottles of wine and cuddling. That one.
13. Life goals - I never expected a life goal and a career goal to be the same for me but I really want to use my chemical engineering education for brewing. I want to work at a smaller brewery (or tiny brewery) in MA, PA, CO, NY, ME, or somewhere. Maybe Seattle. Or Canada. I’d love to eventually have an opportunity to experiment and design a beer of my own for production. Also, I have a strong desire to somehow stay involved in local politics
YESSS. I’M EXCITED. They’d make fun of me though because I have zero alcohol tolerance.
Well, they were both alcoholics so they’ve kinda got the edge on you there. But seriously, every time I try to think of the “pick seven people to have dinner with” question those two are at the table. Seriously, I’m legit disappointed this can’t happen.
If you could get drunk with one celebrity, who would it be and why? Random, I know. :3
This is an awesome question actually :)
If Hemingway at all counts as a celebrity and the person doesn’t have to be alive he’s my first choice. Also, as it happens, my answer to “if you could fight anyone who would it be?”
But if not him, most likely Nathan Fillion. There are a lot of people I’d like to drink with (Brad Pitt, Leo Dicaprio, Alan Tudyk, young Harrison Ford), but as far as actually getting drunk I think it’d be Nathan.
My sister is a year and a half younger than I am by age, making her a grade younger than I am in school. When she was in pre-k she met this kid named Dylan. They became best friends and at some point our mom and Dylan’s mom met at a get together at Burger King one time and became good friends. We all started hanging out and spending a lot of time at each others houses. Dylan’s dad’s name is Tom.
It’s been 16 years since we all first met and we’re still all friends.
Tom is a cool guy, grew up in New York and things and stuff. And his other son’s name is Thomas and we call him Tom. He was in the Marines. Awesome people. I just saw them over Thanksgiving break. Disjointed sentences.
Alice is a beautiful name. Unfortunately I think you’ve struck out, though. I can’t think of a single person I’ve known named Alice. Unless we’re talking about the Resident Evil film character. She was cool.
No not at all :) Since I’ll be old waaaay before you though my eyes may cause me to mistake you for an insect of some sort. Don’t be alarmed if I try to zap you. LOL
Lolol. Well I think I can deal with that. I’ll be sure to read a bunch of Star Wars books to you in your blind state. I should really check some of those out so I can recite them from memory by that point :p
Heather and I were talking about early memories last night
And it got me thinking.
Today I was trying to remember my youngest years. I have a small handful of memories from childhood but as I look at them they’re not memories how most memories exist. I’ll have an image in my head, but it’ll be a view of me doing whatever it is. They’re not the images I saw when they happened; it’s like I’m viewing footage of me filmed by someone else.