At first, I was cautious. I didn’t let really find myself slipping into the world of the book as easily as I do with others. That was how it was for me, for Delirium, just like Lena. Slowly, the world unfolded before me, but I eventually dived right in. Took 250 pages or so before that happened though. But it did happen. And just as I was caught up in the swell, a few pages more and I was taken under and drowning in heartache.
And then Pandemonium happened. I found myself thrown into chaos. The transformation of Lena, the challenges they face to live another day-I couldn’t stop reading! I liked the formatting with the “then” and “now.” Julian instantly caught my attention as soon as Lena stumbled into that auditorium and caught him using the projector. From then on, I was hooked. Also, Lena’s strength, physically, mentally, emotionally-her battle to find that strength, pull it out from within after everything-after each hardship-just wow. And the person that captured Lena after the “set up” and then that ending: I saw those both coming.
And now I wait to pick up Requiem from the library on Thursday. After I finish, I’ll do a better review. But I just couldn’t wait to say SOMETHING about the first two books because I’ve really enjoyed them!
The practice of taking someone else’s work or ideas and passing them off as one’s own.
Please, just don’t do it?
How do you think I feel when I see how familiar those video clips are?
I mean, really.
I wonder if they realize that it’s plagiarism. Do they even know that what they used is actually video I shot? Why are there so many deja vu moments while watching the thing?
Actually, you know what?
Because, hot damn I see a lot of familiar clips.
[NOTE: all gifs are from google search]
When you see someone use video you personally shot for someone else for their own personal use… It’s shocking, hurtful, and leaves me speechless. I wouldn’t use someone else’s video for my own project without permission.
Maybe they shot everything on their own. Maybe. Maybe you can try to convince yourself into believing that-to hold true to the way you saw that person before, to believe in the best intentions.
But when you see something you’ve shot, sometimes you just know it was yours. You can feel it. Because you remember working hard for that shot.
Sigh. My heart is pounding and I just feel really sad about this. That person’s project looks amazing. But I see some of my favorite, golden, shots in there and this just goes back to that gnawing feeling from a long time ago-I don’t get the credit for the things I do. :( Seriously, I’m so sad right now…
On one hand, I could ask the person if they used the video I shot. That’s embarrassing though… I can’t even imagine myself asking outright because I can just tell which shots are mine already. Am I crazy?!?
All I can do is keep quiet about it and not talk to anyone about it. SIGH. Sigh. Maybe cry. And cry some more.
I knew who it was from the moment he spoke. EPIC. BIG YES John Hurt!
Thank you, Doctor Who, for breaking me into a million pieces that will now scatter themselves across space and time (in the form of tears, obviously, before transforming into something else, again-obviously) in reaction to The Name of the Doctor.
The fact that the CW repeats Supernatural in the same slot it had last season makes me happy. I get to watch the repeat of the S8 FINALE episode just before Merlin S5Ep11 airs on SyFy at 10.
The only downside is how painful these two episodes actually are. What’s even more concerning is that 24 hours from the Merlin time slot, BBC America will air the Doctor Who S7 finale. Worst weekend line up ever?
Just when you think it’s over, Game of Thrones S3Ep8 is on Sunday. Then Bates Motel finale on Monday.
Supernatural Fridays begin the chain reaction of pain and more pain. How ironically fitting… Ahahahaha
Supernatural season finale is just.. I was kind of done after the first 4 minutes-and that included the “the road so far” and the short intro.
Honestly. It’s mostly just:
[gifs are from google searches]
After the most recent episode of Supernatural, how many people ship Dean/Castiel/pie?
Forever adjusting the picture settings on my TV (color, contrast, brightness, tint) to view a movie or show with the best coloring possible. It’s like I’m scarred from all the photoshop editing and video editing I’ve done for so many years. I can’t break the habit. I need to fix it to be able to enjoy it. Maybe my flat screen TV location/position angle just sucks? IDK. I guess this is a first world prob?
Every single fandom I am part of is either in pain or on the brink of pain.