May. 22nd, 2010

  • 11:53 PM
femmealunettes: (Fringe division.)
I just finished Fringe, and.


Someone said it didn't feel like a season finale until the last minute of the show? Well, I thought it felt like a finale and then that final minute FUCKING CLOBBERED ME OVER THE HEAD.

Is it fall yet?

How about now?
femmealunettes: (Dr. Bishop is way in)
Now that I'm actually catching up on Fringe I just have to make one thing perfectly clear: I completely and utterly adore Walter Bishop. A little bit more every time he says something. xD

my thoughts on Fringe:

  • Nov. 5th, 2009 at 10:05 PM
femmealunettes: (edge of madness: Astrid&Peter: Fringe)
Will somebody give Broyles a hug? The man could use one.

I think I love Walter a little more with every episode. I for certain love Astrid more and more each time. :D

Next week is going to be wild, if that preview is a good indicator. Yay!

Fringe is like... the unsung hero of my fan-loves. I don't write it, I don't read it, but my god do I love it.

smell this.

  • Oct. 15th, 2009 at 10:04 PM
femmealunettes: (Dr. Bishop is way in)
As much as I love Walter, I love him A BAZILLION TIMES MORE when he is a) on drugs or b) doing something he knows he shouldn't be doing.

Oh Fringe, tonight you made me laugh. And then cry. And I didn't get the coded word because the smoke screwed me up. But oh, show, I love you.

But: no new Fringe until November? Nooooo! D: It's because of baseball, isn't it? GODDAMN BASEBALL. >:(

"raspberry?" lawl.
femmealunettes: (cyborg devil angel lady : Nina)

I ♥ my weekly dose of mindfuckery. And I ♥ everything about Walter, and William, and Nina.

For some reason, I really really want a Dr. Pepper right now, but not badly enough to walk a mile to the gas station and get one. I did seriously consider it for a minute or two, though.

she can't remember...

  • Sep. 17th, 2009 at 9:23 PM
femmealunettes: (edge of madness: Astrid&Peter: Fringe)


possessed typewriters and crazy shit as-it-happens )

femmealunettes: (Luke don't care.)
I was going to make a poll about Schoolhouse Rock, but then I got lazy. So I'll just say what I mean:

I think that kids nowadays are dumber because they've never experienced Schoolhouse Rock. I learned all the basics of grammar before the word "noun" was ever said in my classroom because "a noun is a person, place or thing!" Conjunction Junction was a revelation. "Interjections!" is a work of art. And "The Tale of Mr. Morton" was invaluable to me.

Math, oh man I hated math, but I aced the multiplication tables because of Multiplication Rock. "Three is a Magic Number," "My Hero, Zero," classics.

As to Science Rock, I have two words: INTERPLANET JANET. Hell yeah.

America Rock wasn't perfect, but it was pretty good, and "I'm Just A Bill" was useful in high school, even.

Money Rock probably should have been shown at regular intervals on Wall Street. >.>

I'm not saying we should necessarily go back to the original cartoons (except that I am, at least for Grammar Rock, those are perfect), but if there was something simple, catchy, and widespread like that? Something that aired on all the kids' channels, not just Nickelodeon or Disney?

All I'm saying is, it couldn't hurt. And it might just help. It's going to take a hell of a lot more than that to change the system, but somebody's got to do something somewhere. Early is good. Earworms are good.

I mean, if I can still sing "Lolly, Lolly, Lolly, Get Your Adverbs Here," when I'm 23, you know that's got some serious sticking potential. xD

Aside from my incoherent, pointless rant there... I finished downloading Fringe up to current just now. I'm four episodes in, and I am loving it. ♥ I love Olivia, Astrid is the cutest little button ever, Walter is just fantastic, and Peter... ahaha, I'm still figuring out where I stand on him, but I am leaning toward adoration. xD

Today I helped my mom do the nursing home rounds... every Christmas and Easter, we go around the local nursing homes and give all the residents a magazine and a gift (usually something stuffed for Easter and something made of fleece for Christmas). I don't like nursing homes. I don't like the way they smell, I don't like how they're all kept at 100 degrees year round, I don't like the thought of ending up in one. But the looks on these old people's faces is totally worth a couple hours of discomfort. They're all so happy to have someone come in and say hi. Usually we get pinned down a few times by conversationalists. It only happened once today. xD Still... it makes me feel like I'm doing a little bit of good.

Julia's making me read another Stephanie Meyer book. The Host. It's better than Twilight, but that's not saying much... I'm just not into her writing style, I guess. Plus it's like 600 pages long and I'm only 250 in and, no desire to finish whatsoever.

Sometimes I do things that make me wonder what the fuck is wrong with me, and then I do things that sometimes make me feel like I'm not as bad a person as I think I am. Today comes out about even, and even is good enough for me.


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