Winnie-The-Pooh: A Reflection
This collection of stories written about the animals in the Hundred-Acre Woods has captured hearts of many a decade and a half shy of a century, and I wanted to understand what was written in the original bit that was so enticing. These stories seem to empower children, showing the only human character, Christopher Robin, as the wisest of them all, but at the same time, showing that Edward Bear...
I hate that I can't Reblog Q's
But, here is a link to one I sent to patrick stump, and he responded. Its nice when people you consider famous respond to your questions, it reminds you that they’re still in the same universe you exist in. http://nervousbreakdance.com/post/5658525817/so-i-dont-know-if-youll-have-to-face-this-question
Christopher Robin said you couldn’t be called Trespassers W, and Piglet...– Winnie-The-Pooh
Prepare for Vampires, For We Have Made Synthetic...
I’m still having difficulty taking this in. When things in science fiction become reality, I always stay skeptical if its true, but go ahead and read this: In a last-ditch effort to save Ms Coakley’s life, 10 units of the haemoglobin-based oxygen carrier HBOC201 were flown in from the US. The synthetic contains a molecule derived from cow plasma and restored her levels of...
I’ve been trying to make a GIF from this since I saw it yesterday. Elmo on Jimmy Fallon. Strange thing was, whenever I generally see sesame street puppets guest starring, they stay at the same rating of G, no matter what the host says, but Elmo got a little fiesty. Watch whole shabang here.
Challenge 7: Biggest Fears.
Well, I have quite a few actually. I’m afraid of….. Fire (but that seems to have become a lot more under control recently, so thats good) Failure (So I don’t try things often enough) First Impressions (Because I tend to freeze up in front of people I’ve just met, and therefore tend to give terrible first impressions) Never amounting to anything (Because, whats the point...