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I have to report for jury duty tomorrow merp merp. The first time I ever got a jury summons I ended up on the jury. I just gotta remember that I actually liked being a juror and enjoyed the experience thoroughly. It’s hard to stay chipper about it when literally everyone is always like “ugh fuck jury duty” but whatever. Looking at it positively: at least I might have the chance to get some reading done.

Anonymous asked: What classes are you taking in fall?

Morphology, French Phonetics, and Indigenous American Art. I’ll probably try and do Wind Ensemble and Jazz Band again, but details on that front are up in the air because the band director retired and I’m not sure who’s replacing him and how (re)auditioning will work…

I’m also going to be a Peer Advisor for the Linguistics department and probably be involved in some research projects with professors. Whoop!


I think the biggest problem people have with you claiming how good you look is that they think you’re claiming it in comparison to them. people don’t realize you can coexist and look good as hell without competing with the person next to you….so anyways point is I look so fucking good

(via echeaux)


what a beautiful day to not be in high school

(via indininajones)


"Lindelof not only helped create Hurley. He was our Hurley, sharing this slice of his mind one episode at a time. It’s the place he helped make so we could find each other, but also find part of ourselves. To pillory someone who gave us that opportunity doesn’t just make you a jerk. It demonstrates that you didn’t really watch the show. You spent so much time trying to solve it that you couldn’t enjoy it. You committed all the mistakes that the show’s characters did and yet learned none of the lessons they did. There will be no one waiting for you to move on. You will be lonelier than Ben outside the church. You won’t even be outside the church. You’ll be back on your own Island, whispering with your fellow discontented denizens about how Lindelof screwed you over and wasted six years of your life on something no one forced you to watch in the first place.
The thing is, we can’t hear those whispers anymore.
Hell, we can barely even hear your screaming.
We’ve moved on.
So should you.
Forgive Damon.
Forgive yourselves.
We’ll be here waiting when you do.”
- Ryan McGee - “Fans Need to Find the Fine Line Between Fandom and Fanaticism”

Aristocrazy Fall 2014
…And I, infinitesimal being,
drunk with the great starry
likeness, image of
felt myself a pure part
of the abyss,
I wheeled with the stars,
my heart broke loose on the wind. Pablo Neruda, Poetry (via introspectivepoet)

(Source: goodreads.com, via busylittledyings)