Thursday, May 30, 2013

Life Is For the Alive My Dear

Howdy there blogger universe!

I know I haven't been on in two weeks or so and I only thought it would be nice to update. My film class is really fun and I am definitely going to get my moneys worth taking it. I have already learned a bunch of definitions about film and a ton of other things like if a film has been shot on a lot or just in some random place. It is actually hard to explain everything I've learned so far because it is so much and honestly I think it is a class you just have to take in order to understand what's going on.

But we have been  watching several clips from a ton of movies such as; M, Bonnie&Clyde, The Bicycle Thief, and The Red Lantern along with a ton of other amazing films. We started with silent films and are now watching stuff that more people have probably heard of. However I made myself watch The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari on youtube and that was fabulous. I've heard the name around a million times but never had the chance to see it so I'm happy that I finally was able to do so. I have every intention of renting Sunset Boulevard soon because
A. From what I've seen Gloria Swanson is amazing in it
B. The musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber is wonderful.

The class also got to watch two scenes from Gone With the Wind. Only six girls besides myself in the entire class have seen the movie. I feel so bad for them. If you are reading this blog right now and have never seen Gone With the Wind I am ashamed of who you are as a person. Alright not really, but pleaaase watch the movie. Please. It is an American classic for a reason! I remember watching it about a million times when I was in 8th grade and my English teacher in high school made us see the film because according to her it would be "unacceptable" to have her agree to the seniors graduation if we never saw Gone With the Wind.

As for the book we are using, I shall officially classify myself as a complete dork because I love my literature text book and usually text books are not supposed to be loved. They are supposed to be hated with a burning passion of a thousand suns! But on the SIXTH PAGE it has a whole bunch of interesting facts about the filming of Sweeney Todd and then it goes on for five pages about the editing, costumes, and acting in Sleepy Hollow and it just has a whole bunch of stuff in it about movies which I find super awesome. Everyone keeps complaining about how we have to read stuff in our book and I am probably the only one who ENJOYS reading these chapters. =/

 We even got to analyze the Sweeney picture in class yesterday which was awesome except for the fact that my teacher forgot Helena Bonham Carter's character's name and that pretty much killed me a little on the inside.  However my teacher is great so he is forgiven.

^ By the way I have seen this movie a million times and never noticed the sign before until our teacher pointed it out. It says;
Adolfo Pirelli 
King of the Barbers. Barber of Kings.
AHHHH. That is so cool considering it also happens to be in the song lyrics!
And do you see that little red and white candy cane looking thing in the background aka the barber pole? Barbers used to practice bloodletting and pull teeth and during bloodletting the patients squeezed a pole to allow their blood to flow more freely. The pole was often painted red to mask bloodstains. At the end of the operation the pole was wrapped in the white bandages that were used during the operation. SYMBOLIZATION!!! Apparently the set designers have a reason for putting everything you see in a scene and I'm just now starting to pick up on this stuff thanks to this class.

As for the students, most of them have been really nice so far. Only a few stupid things have been said or asked so I am very grateful for that. These stupid things included one girl thinking Jodi Arias was a person in our book. The other was some guy who didn't know who Judy Garland was. 

^FYI THIS is Judy Garland.

Besides class though, I have been reading a truly magnificent book titled The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Maybe you've heard of it? I'll more than likely finish it in the next two days because it is just THAT GOOD. I love the Disney film and knew this wasn't going to be 100% the same but I'm glad I kept an open mind about this. None of the characters are "good" per se but I actually prefer all of them over Esmeralda. God I hate Esmeralda in this. She has absolutely no character development. I'll try to find some time to review the book on here once I'm finished with it but be warned that this will be my first book review ever so try to be kind but fair.

Lately my mom has also been getting on my case about THE INTERNET. O_O Her friend at work has a daughter who's 18 who met some guy she met online in real life. Nothing bad happened but my mom has been all "You are exactly like this girl! You better not be talking to people online because if you do that they can come to our house at 3am and burn it down!"
I told her that pyromaniacs are "hot." She did not get that joke.
I understand where she's coming from, I truly do. I've never given out my address, phone number, or last name to anyone online that I don't know in real life because yeah, you shouldn't do that. However most people I have spoken to online have been really nice and I think it's unfortunate that people have to be put into the "OMG they're a pedophile" category if you wish to have a conversation with someone. If you wish to converse do it, just be safe and block/report the person if they are being creepy loser. In my opinion though anyone under the age of 16 shouldn't be talking to unknown strangers online, that doesn't scream safety to me.

Oh and before I forget, I found this at the store the other day!

It is the best tasting stuff in the world next to cupcakes. Plus it comes in a pink can. PINK!!!

Thanks for reading! 

Monday, May 20, 2013

Javert and Jaws

So I found out today that the guy who tried out for Javert got cut from the final round. In all honesty I kind of feel bad because now I can't sing "The Confrontation" with him, but I do feel somewhat euphoric at the same time which is pretty disturbing to say the least. But thankfully  I learned that a place in Michigan is putting on Les Miserables next year thanks to this guy who didn't tell me about this audition so I can't be overly mad at him and can only wish US the best when this audition rolls around.

In other news, I start my class tomorrow at 5pm. The class is basically a let's watch some classic movies class (where you watch movies and write about them) and I'm pretty much only taking it for 3 credits and of course because I feel like this class might help with learning about film and what not and it's really not a bad thing for me to learn. Plus we get to watch JAWS and I have to admit that I have never seen Jaws all the way through so I'm looking forward to that. Plus sharks are cool and I can guarantee you that I will probably be the only one in class singing the theme song.

I'm really hoping that this class will be fun. I mean, watching movies is fun how can the class be boring? I already know the films we're going to watch because the teacher put a list online for the students already and none of them are truly horrible. Looking forward to movie times!

Friday, May 17, 2013

Classes and Evil Grandmothers

Good news to those out there who care about my lovely little life; I get to take an acting class in June! I am really excited about it considering:
1. It's an acting class and any class that involves acting is automatically great in my book
2. Not only is it an acting class but it is a 9-5 class where everyone gets to better their skills and learn a ton of stuff and what not.
3. Singing and Dancing!
4. Professionally trained people are going to be teaching, INCLUDING Jeremy Jordan who most people know by his SMASH fame. However he was on Broadway as well in Bonnie&Clyde and Newsies! The website says;
Classes taught by Emmy® Award Winning Producers & Directors along with Talent Agents, Casting Directors, Musical Directors, Choreographers, University Faculty Members and Celebrities.
How neat is that?
5. I get a free headshot!!!
6. The hotel I am staying at for this is by the lake. I probably won't get much use out of the beach time but it is still a great location.

However I am actually a nervous wreck about this. The class says that anyone who is 8-25 can join. The class is crazy expensive and I am just hoping that if a whole bunch of 8 years old sign up I won't be the one who has to babysit them. It has happened to me before (not in a class) but just because I am a 22 year old who looks 12 that does not mean I have the skills of an 8 year old or have the patience to handle them 24/7.  Also, theatre divas. I don't want to deal with them. Hopefully everyone who signed up for the class is there to learn, not to showcase how they will become the next Meryl Streep or Johnny Depp. And the dancing aspect. I am not a dancer by any means and that is honestly the #1 thing I am worried a lot about. This is how I dance, no joke.

But I will try my best, that's all I can do!!! I am taking this class to have fun and to learn. If something else happens then I will accept that as well. 

The sad part about me taking this class though is my lovely family and their opinions about it. My grandmother came over today and told me that, "It is completely ridiculous to waste your money like this! You are 22 if you were serious about acting you would have been in California or New York by now. No agent will ever want you considering you look nothing like the Kardashians. Plus I never found you to be all that great when I have seen you on stage. Save your money!" 0_0

Yeah, grandma you don't know what the hell you are talking about, but thank you so much for that boost of confidence, you are always good at that. After that conversation today I have been quite sad. I guess I should be used to her telling me stuff like this but I doubt I will ever become content with it. 
My mom agreed with everything she said which made this 100 times worse.

I never thought that being 22 was a bad thing. I stand corrected. It's not that I don't take acting seriously, I do but it's not like I have enough money to make it in New York or any connections to start working in L.A. If I am going to move I want to be smart about it so I do not end up starving and living under a bench or palm tree.

Either way though, I am taking this class. I will learn stuff and by continuing to learn I will become better at this. Who knows, maybe by taking this class I won't get cut from the next thing I audition for! =)

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

How To Make Me Furious

These past two days have not been that great for me at all.

Yesterday morning a girl I used to be best friends with in middle school, who was in my class called my house asking if she could have my cousins phone number so she could "catch up" and "hang" with her. Oh so I'm apparently not good enough to hang with even after four years. Hell to the no. I don't care if people want to hang out with my cousin or even if they prefer her over me, in fact a lot of people do. But please don't call my house acting like we never associated with one another and convey that talking to me is a huge downfall on your social life. That is rude and will not earn you any phone numbers. However it will earn you a special place on my non-existent dagger board of doom.

This is basically how the phone conversation went;
Me: Hey how are you doing? I haven't really seen you since high school.
Her: TRUE STATEMENT! (???) I just graduated blah blah blah I have a degree and work in a bar so that makes me better than you.
Me: That's nice. I should be graduating this year after I take a French class.
Her: French is a lame language. You should take Spanish. Anyways are you still majoring in teaching?
Whoa whoa whoa back up there. You are not paying for my classes so you have no business telling me what I should or should not take. Teaching is also not a major. By the way, why does everyone always assume that I am majoring in education? I swear if I was a teacher and this girl stupidly sent her kid into my class I would send the kid outside everyday to collect iguana's! I would get fired but it would be totally worth it. 
Me: No I'm majoring in theatre.
Her: Whatever. Do you have your cousins phone number? I haven't seen her since shes been pregnant and I want to hang and catch up with her.
Ah. The ulterior motive finally comes out.
Me: She's been busy.
Her: I kind of figured but I do want to call her and ask if she wants to hang out by my pool this week. What's her number?
Me: I'm not sure if I have it. She changes her number a lot.
Her: I DO TO!!!!!!!!!!! (Good to know!!!) Just tell her to ring me up when she gets a chance.
*hangs up on me.*

Am I the only one who sees something wrong with this? It shall be a cold day in hell before she get's my cousins phone number. If she really wanted it she should have looked in a phone book or messaged her on Facebook or something.

After that marvelous phone call I got up and around because I had to get my blood drawn and was fasting. I arrive at the phlebotomy place at 10 and they didn't get me back to have my blood drawn until 11:30. Someone needs to be kicked for that.
Anyways I go back there and was surprised to see a male was going to take my blood. Not that I'm saying that men can't draw blood or anything, but whenever I go in a woman usually draws it so yeah, I was a bit surprised.
I thought that the male was pretty good looking at first until he started being an idiot. In my world you cannot be moronic and continue to be good looking. He started telling me that he just graduated from college and that he was only doing this job until he could find one that suits his bachelors degree much better. I still have no idea why he told me this. He then asks me if I'm sure I'm 22. Well what does the computer say? Shouldn't that have my birth date on there? What did he expect me to say? "Haha I'm 15 I guess I'll have to come back another time!"
He then tied my arm  up in a super tight fashion, which I understand that is what they have to do but this was extremely painful before he even jabbed the needle into my arm. Then he starts poking my arm extremely hard to find a vein and bruised it before the needle went in. I have good and visible veins. Why did this dude have to poke me in an extreme manner?

By the way, while he was poking me he had the needle in his hand. I do not enjoy being played with like that! As soon as he put the needle in my arm he starts telling me about how the blood drawing process works. I KNOW HOW IT WORKS! I'VE DONE THIS MULTIPLE TIMES BEFORE! Thank God I was paying attention to what he was doing because he wanted to fill up 5 more tubes with my blood when my doctor clearly stated in my lab slip that she only wanted ONE. His response "Well it's always good to have a little extra." I was about to go all nuclear war on this guy. I told him that if he thinks he's drawing more blood he's sadly mistaken. He then leaves the needle in my arm (making me hold the thing), walks back to his computer then states that I was right and that "It's just an aspect of my job to assume lots of blood." Not "Oh I'm sorry for almost causing you a severe anemic reaction" but "I assume things." He then takes the needle out of my arm and almost puts a piece of tape on it. NO. I know this isn't The Ritz and I shouldn't ask for luxury but tape gives me an allergic reaction when placed on my arm. I told him this 10 times. I had to tell him this again and instead of giving me a band aid he told me that "I was just making it up" and placed tape on my arm over the cotton. He then left the room and asked me to stay so he could ask me some basic questions. He came back, asked me what my date of birth was along with my name again. I gave him this information then told him that he sucked at his job and should be fired. He asked me "why" and I told him that he was a disgrace to phlebotomists everywhere. He told me that he never wishes to see me again. I told him that he probably won't because the next time I come in here he would be fired. I called and filed a complaint against him, we'll see where this goes.

After getting my blood drawn I had to go take my accounting book back at my college. $250 accounting book. I got $10 back for it. I do believe I got royally screwed on that deal! I would have choke slammed the lady who gave me the money if it weren't for the fact that two security guards were watching my every move.   Oh well, at least I was able to buy an Arby's lunch with that money.

Later I took my tape off and lo and behold, my arm is now 50 shades of rainbow!

As for today, I woke up with about 50 mosquito bites on my arm and 10 on my back. How wonderful! My bruise also has failed to change colors so it still looks like a coloring book sneezed on me.

I then learn that one of my supposed "friends" on Facebook auditioned for Les Miserables somewhere and failed to tell me where the audition was. Things like this make me hate humanity. I'm not one to tell people about auditions because yeah, not a big fan of competition. But this was a guy and I am a girl and that usually means we wouldn't even be competing against each other. But I am not heartless. If I knew someone and knew that their dream was to be in THREE SPECIFIC SHOWS before they died I would tell them about the audition, not pull a lame move like this. This guy got a callback for Javert (one of my favorite characters). If he gets the part it will be official that SOMEONE up there has it out for me.

I know not many people read this blog but if there is a place anywhere in Michigan holding auditions for any of the following shows at any time I am pleading that you contact me. I look up auditions all of the time but sometimes I have a tendency to miss things;

* Sweeney Todd
* Les Miserables
* Jane Eyre
* A Tale of Two Cities
* Jekyll&Hyde

Thank you all for reading this!

Sunday, May 12, 2013

Mothers Day

Happy Mothers Day to all of the wonderful mothers out there or who are in heaven. Also a very Happy Mothers Day to anyone who has ever acted motherly towards a child. And although my mom will never read this I would like to give a Happy Mothers Day to her considering she deserves to have a day for herself every once in awhile.

However every Sunday she has to work. Hospitals don't let their employees off just because it is mothers day, or any holiday for that matter.

So this morning I got up at 8 (yes, I am well aware that 8:00 am doesn't exist) and went out to have breakfast with my dad at a masonic temple which has been around since 1913. I have been to this place numerous numbers of times with my dad before and it never ceases to amaze me. The people there are wonderful although it looks like some new generations are trying to get community service out of working here (aka handing out change and giving coffee refills) but the people I know have always been really kind. By the way, this place makes the best toast in the world and has HUGE pancakes which were larger than my entire head. Breakfast is every 2nd Sunday of the month but usually we only go about once a year which is a shame.

The new head mason (I think that's what he's called?) told me that he may have accidentally ordered too many flowers for the breakfast and then gave me a bunch to give to my mom. You're pretty nifty Mr. head mason guy, thank you.

Me and my dad then took a walk through of the building which is honestly the fanciest place I have ever been in. I remember upstairs there used to be a pool table and that is where I learned how to play pool. There is also a place that looks like a huge type of royalty room or court room but it is just where the meetings are held and once in a blue moon, a wedding. It is kind of a hard place to explain, but fancy just seems to be the appropriate word to use for everything in the building and if you ever have a chance to go to a masonic temple I would highly recommend doing so, if only for the architectural aspect.

After we left we stopped by Meijer's to get my dad's girlfriend a grill brush. I found out today that those things could probably draw blood if you are not careful! But when you really think about it most grilling utensils could be used as weapons.O_O My dad also got me this;

^You see this? Lemonade comes in a CAN now. Was I the last person to know about this?!?!?

My dad drove me home afterwards and I thought it would be beneficial to take a nap before my mom got home. I took a nap alright, a low blood sugar induced coma type nap! This has happened before and I always feel really bad when it happens because I really hate to inconvenience people with this stuff and because I'm almost positive it freaks everyone out! I would really prefer freaking people out by being myself, not because I have no control over my actions. My mom came home, found me passed out, and had to give me Glucagon. Great Mothers Day, right? I'm thankful that she came home in time to help though. I could have died and that is something I would rather not do just yet.

But despite that little mishap it did turn out to be a good Mothers Day for her and that's all that really matters. Hugs to all the mommy's out there!

Saturday, May 11, 2013

50 Answers Survey!

1.) What curse word do you use the most?
Probably "F*ck" or "hell" though I don't consider hell to be much of a curse word, more of a place. 

2.) Do you own an iPod?
YES! It's pink and pretty and I've had mine since my sixteenth birthday and it still works! Sadly I need to delete some songs on it though because I can only hold another 300 and yeah, I love music. 

3.) Who on your Myspace “Top 8″ do you talk to the most? 
Who the hell uses Myspace anymore? And I thought it was top 10? Shows how much I was on Myspace when it was popular! 

4.) What time is your alarm clock set for?

5.) What color is your room?

6.) Flip flops or sneakers?
I like both. 

7.) Would you rather take the picture or be in the picture?
Be in the picture. 

8.) What was the last movie you watched?
The Jungle Book! 

9.) Do any of your friends have children?
Yes, but most of my friends are older than me so I don't consider it that big of a deal considering they are wonderful parents. However half of the people who were in my high school class have children and I cannot even imagine. 

10.) Has anyone ever called you lazy?
Yes but I kind of can be at times.

11.) Did you ever take medication to help you fall asleep faster?
Yes. It didn't work. One of my doctors gave me ambien a long LONG time ago which made me hallucinate. Come to find out, one of my counselors patients shot his hand after taking ambien. 0_0 

12.) What CD is currently in your CD player?
Rachael Lampa- Rachael Lampa. 

13.) Do you prefer regular or chocolate milk?
Chocolate!!! I haven't had chocolate milk in years! I kind of want some now.

14.) Has anyone told you a secret this week?
Not this week. 

15.) Have you ever given someone a hickey?
No sir!

16.) Who was the last person to call you?
My grandmother.

17.) Do you think people talk about you behind your back?
Maybe a few, but I really could care less. 

18.) Did you watch cartoons as a child?
Yes and I still watch them today because I can.

19.) How many siblings do you have?

20.) Are you shy around the opposite sex?
Unless they are one of my guy friends, very. Or I'll say something really stupid. Even if I don't like that person. It's kind of awkward. 

21.) What movie do you know every line to?
Sweeney Todd and The Wizard of Oz.

22.) Do you own any band t-shirts?

23.) What is your favorite salad dressing?
I'm not much of a fan of salad.

24.) Do you read for fun?
Yes. I read A LOT.

25.) Do you cry alot?
Not really.

26.) Do you have a desktop computer or a laptop?

27.) Are you currently wanting any piercings or tattoo?

28.) What is the weather like?
It is a little cold but sunny! 

29.) Would you ever date someone covered in tattoos?

30.) Is sex before marriage wrong?
I'm not for it but it is ultimately everyones choice with what they want to do with their life and none of my business. 

31.) When was the last time you slept on the floor?
I think it was about a year ago.

32.) How many hours of sleep do you need to function?
8 hours. 

34.) Are you in love or lust?
I'm filling out this survey.

35.) Are your days full and fast-paced?
It depends what day it is. 

36.) Do you pay attention to calories on the back of packages?

37.) How old will you be turning on your next birthday?
23! But I'll think about that tomorrow.

38.) Are you picky about spelling and grammar?
Spelling, yes.  I don't always notice grammar mistakes though and I'm probably not the best example of a grammatically correct person.

39.) Have you ever been to Six Flags?
No! =(

40.) Do you get along better with the same or opposite sex?
I try to get along with everyone. 

41.) Do you like Cottage Cheese?

42.) Do you sleep on your side, tummy, or back?
My side.

43.) Have you ever bid for something on eBay?
I don't bid. I DESTROY people and win. XD

44.) Do you enjoy giving hugs?
Very much so.

45) What song did you last sing out loud?
Hellfire. Because it is my jam yo!

46) What is your favorite TV show?
Person of Interest. The season finale was this Thursday so I'm going to have to wait 800 more months until I can watch it again. =(

47) Which celebrity dead or alive would you want to have lunch with?
Bruce Lee because he is Bruce Lee. There is no other explanation to give.

48) Last time you had butterflies in your stomach?
I have never had butterflies in my stomach. I think I'm immune to them. :P

49) What one thing do you wish you had?
Chocolate milk. Ever since question #13 I have wanted it. 

50) Favorite Lyrics?
Ain't nobody got time for lyrics. =) 

Thursday, May 9, 2013

I Like Girls That Wear Abercrombie And Fitch

If this is the case then I doubt the members of the 90s boy band LFO would be huge fans of me! If you haven't read the article about this yet, please read it;

^ This explains so much.

When I was in middle school most of the cool kids did in fact wear Abercrombie and Hollister. However these kids are not what I consider by today's standards as cool. These kids were mean, hateful bullies and I remember one of these girls looking down on another sweet girl everyday because she  wasn't wearing the "acceptable cool clothing" which was freaking ridiculous and stupid. That cool girl got suspended a few times. Yeah, THAT'S COOL. =/

Now I remember my cousin was thinking about selling an Abercrombie shirt in a garage sale but instead gave it to me. I have never been a cool kid but in middle school the shirt did fit my body despite the fact that I wasn't an XXS. I just hadn't grown any breasts yet. 

But to stay on track, this is ridiculous. I feel like half of the people I know (myself included) look like a person who would irritate A&F just by existing.

“In every school there are the cool and popular kids, and then there are the not-so-cool kids, Candidly, we go after the cool kids. We go after the attractive all-American kid with a great attitude and a lot of friends. A lot of people don’t belong [in our clothes], and they can’t belong. Are we exclusionary? Absolutely. Those companies that are in trouble are trying to target everybody: young, old, fat, skinny. But then you become totally vanilla. You don’t alienate anybody, but you don’t excite anybody, either,”

How to spy a cool kid; if they are wearing something by Abercrombie. *head desk* OH. Alright. I know I'm not a CEO of a company, but it seems self explanatory that if you only go after a certain type of person then you're losing a ton of business and when you lose customers you lose MONEY. The CEO, Michael Jeffries, is basically calling millions of Americans inferior to him and his crowd of people because a lot of us can't fit into size 4 jeans. But in reality there are some people who will squeeze themselves into whatever they can if it means they can look "cool" at school and the clothes are going to look bad on them because the store doesn't have their proper size so this is automatically going to make your company look bad. FAIL. Also, I would like to point out that in Michael Jeffries opinion, if you don't have a lot of friends you are not an all- American. And how pretentious to say that 'a lot of people don't belong in our clothes'. Eff you Jeffries. A lot of people don't want to belong in your clothes because a lot of people are smart and know that they are overpriced pieces of beachwear and in Michigan it is hard to pull off a tank top in 30 degree weather! Not to mention you can get the same thing at Target and glue a freaking seagull on your shirt if someone really wanted to be a walking style zombie of  your store.

Speaking of your store, it cannot cost that much to buy a freaking light bulb! And nobody NOBODY wants to be doused in perfume unless you are a 9 year old who just found mommy's expensive Chanel #5. By the way, I find it ridiculous that some of these stores scout people to work there or become a model. I read somewhere that one persons best friend was kicked out of the store by some model Abercrombie girls who pulled a Pretty Woman bitch move while they tried to scout her into working there. That's messed up. You should NEVER accept a job just because you are pretty, that's demeaning. You want to know how most people get jobs? APPLICATIONS. By the way I'm pretty sure if the store only hires good looking people that is discrimination and that in itself is illegal. I'm not saying other places don't discriminate when hiring (Hooters and Disney come to mind) but I'm also not saying that this is right.

By the way, Abercrombie's clothes aren't exciting, he got that correct. Plus, the people he says he is going for is cool/thin kids. No. The people you are trying to sell your trash to are these cool kids rich parents who usually have half a mind not to buy their kids ripped pants. It is hard to tell that this store is a clothing retailer though considering half of the models seem to appear half naked in their shop windows and most parents probably have a thing about their 12 year old  going into strip clubs.

This irritates me on a lot of levels. Basically Jeffries is saying that we should not celebrate all shapes and sizes, but rather let's give people eating disorders!  There are girls who will read this and believe exactly what he says and that is terrible.  There are girls out there who will walk in to that store and feel insecure because that "size 10"  doesn't fit over their wider hips, or that "large" shirt doesn't fit over their boobs and they will leave the store with their self esteem lowered. No sane person would target emotionally hormonal middle school or high school children with an outlook like this. People come in all shapes and sizes and the sooner people learn that the better. 

Here is a picture of the "cool" man who said these things;

Why is it acceptable to let this man get away with saying these things? Is it because he's rich and has power? Trying not to stoop to this jerks level, but for some reason I would think it hilarious if the employees of Abercrombie started a movement and stated that "We don't want such a  man for our CEO. We want a hot CEO to make sure our image is being fairly represented." XD

To end this entire thing, here are some arsesome comments I have read about this topic:

HA. The company is not going under because a bunch of fatasses are whining that Abercrombie sticks to a certain demographic.- A lot of the people complaining about this aren't even fat. The girl who posted this article on her facebook and where I learned about it is probably only 110 pounds in a pool. And Abercrombie isn't going under? Oh isn't it?
^Old article but you get the point.

 I find it really funny all the butt hurts of tumblr are now pissed at Abercrombie. You didn’t shop there in the first place. (I'll give him that.)  You’re not the CEO of an international fashion company. You don’t know how to run a business better than him. (Pretty sure ANYONE could run a business better than him.) And if he can make statements and still be in business than good for him. I dont go to a j.j abrams movie and expect a good drama, nor would I be obese and want to wear a billboard for some beach. (Nobody should want to wear a billboard for some beach. It doesn't matter if you are obese or skinny. You should not want to wear a beach billboard.) 

GOOD FOR HIM! I totally agree! Certain clothes shouldn't be made certain sizes anyway. Maybe we should become like Korea in their attitude towards obese people.- Yeah! Great idea! Better yet, let's bomb all those Americans who are obese! That'll show em! 

I mean, yes he's a superficial dick, and abercrombie is not doing so well anymore, but I do agree with his 'exclusionary' business plan. Abercrombie actually goes up to size 12…. and those pants are freakin HUGE. anyone larger than that has a health issue. I dont understand why we condone obesity for the sake of 'not hurting anyones feelings'. YES it is your choice how you want to look, no one can tell you to look a certain way. But, if i had a clothing brand, I wouldn't cater to obesity either. It makes obese people feel that they're 'just fine the way they are'. do we tell diabetics that theyre 'just fine the way they are'? I dont know why there isn't any hype about the lack of 'XS' sizes — one of my best friends is naturally very thin and has trouble finding clothes! if you're going to lump all skinny people into the 'anorexia' category, and limit how small your sizes go, then why can't you lump all fat people into the 'unhealthy' category and limit how big sizes go?- This girl is a bitch. I'm not sure if I should be calling people names but she's a hateful, stupid little bitch. You can buy XS everywhere, usually there isn't a lack of that size. As for the diabetic comment, I am diabetic. I have had type 1 (juvenile) diabetes since I was 6. I'm not obese. Most type 1's aren't. As for the health issue comment, some people tend to play sports thus making their muscle mass larger than what Abercrombie sells in their store. This girl is a teenager, not a doctor, so she shouldn't be telling people that they have health issues. My guess is that she probably works at Abercrombie and is getting mad about the hate for her store. Also, most people don't "condone obesity" the mayor of New York  even came out with a ban on large beverages because he does not condone this. Not saying the ban is smart, just mentioning that is what is going on. 

Your thoughts?

Wednesday, May 8, 2013


 I need to go to a dermatologist. My skin is not being cool! It's all red and blotchy and zitty and not being cool what so ever!

There's a dermatologist within 5 miles or so from where I live and I will never go back there! The doctor is the worst person that I have ever met in my entire life. I've been to him a few times but NEVER AGAIN.
I remember that during my last appointment I told him that the medication he gave me was just making my skin red and hideous looking, not to mention not helping my acne what so ever. His response? "Keep putting the cream on your face!"

Uh dude it's not working! What do you not understand by that? He then got all mad at me and said that there wasn't any other cream he could give me because the one I'm using is the only one that works. Yeah, pretty sure that's a lie but whatever.

I then told him that I am not a huge fan of my blackheads and asked if there was anything I could do for them. He didn't give me any answer but instead told me that they weren't that bad, told me not to tan (despite the fact that he has obviously been out in the sun waaay too long to give me that advice), and to pay on the way out the door.

This was 2 years ago. Haven't been back since and why would I? HE DIDN'T HELP!
So I'm looking into the place that's near where I have to go for my type 1 diabetes. Hopefully they won't be such losers! Making an appointment with them tomorrow so my face can go back to looking like this;

and not like this;

Thursday, May 2, 2013

Theatre Rants Involving Awards and College

As always nothing good can ever happen when it comes to my college.

I was passed for an award when it comes to theatre. AGAIN. I have really really REALLY wanted this award since 2010 when I knew of it's existence.  I guess that is never going to happen though. But it could be worse. If the award went to Ms. Musical Theatre girl instead of Mr. I'm A Nice Guy But I  Play the Same Character in Every Production  then I would have screamed.

I would say that maybe I didn't win this award because I haven't been on stage since the musical two years ago (not like I haven't tried or anything) but that's completely false considering a girl who worked behind the scenes got the award in 2011.

On top of all that on my colleges Facebook page there is a guy at some ceremony asking a question. Please note that this guy used to be in one of my theatre classes and was a complete drama queen (and of course everyone loved him because of that.) Plus, HE HASN'T EVEN GONE HERE SINCE 2011. WHY ARE YOU TAKING HIS PICTURE?!?!? WHY IS HE ON HERE FIVE TIMES FOR THIS ONE CEREMONY?!?!? You want to know how many times MY picture is on the Facebook page? Twice. For a production I did. In 2011. ASDFHGGHDSGHNBNHVNJKZCJDLNKL!!!

I wish I was done with this college thing. I take ONE SEMESTER off and it's still an irritating place.

Then we have people being all "I'm going to suck up to the college theatre director and audition for his play this summer that's 10,000 miles away!" Really? Have any of you DONE Shakespeare before? One of you who says he's auditioning told me that he thought "Shakespeare was the ultimate drag of theatre." But please, audition for a play you have no interest being in. Maybe if you do that you can win the theatre award in 2014!!