Little life goal achieved for me today. When I was 12 i wrote an article for newsround, 11 years later I’ve been published in the guardian. Well the website. But still, just a little bit proud!
will try and keep this more up to date. I often think and prepare things to say on my walks about places. But then I can never be bothered to up date.
- 2 years ago
but i’m currently suffering with freshers flu. The last cold I had was in may time and I had forgotten how horrible it is. My sinus’ are so painful.
I’m not sure why but this song makes me feel good.
Also it was directed by michel gondry (who you can see as the girl who turns into a dude) and that episode was written by iain morris and damon beesley. which i only discovered today. literally the best things combined.
- 3 years ago
It wasn’t just computers this guy revolutionized. Without Steve Jobs, there’d be no Woody, Buzz, Wall E, The Incredibles, Nemo, or any of those iconic Pixar characters. He took a small struggling animation company and invested in it because he believed in it. Thanks Steve.
Stop being jealous of hipsters and internships. Remember you will not partake in the new middle class slavery on principle. But also remember the moral of the story behind Nathan Barley. THEY ARE ALL IDIOTS. And if they say they like nathan barley that kind of makes it worse.
I love my job, but sometimes I get mad that no one took a chance on me for an internship and I’m not in a position that I really want. Since last April I have applied for about 150 jobs, and got 12 interviews. At about 7 of these I got down to the last two. I never got any other feedback except ‘you were excellent, just the other person was better’. HOW WERE THEY BETTER?! I would’ve work as hard as those people. I self-harm on the internet by stalking the people that got the jobs and I get so angry. I know one day I will be earning a decent wage in a position I enjoy.But for now I will trudge on, and make the most of the opportunity I have now. Just I didn’t think this would be my life at 23.
I love theatre. I love the cinema. So can the two be combined? Today I saw 1 man, 2 Guvnors, thanks the the National Theatre live streaming (except it was actually a pre recorded version). I love going to see plays and becoming immersed, but when plays are getting staggering reviews and seats sell out in a milli-second and the fact I don’t live in London, means I don’t get to see world class theatre. Many a musical yes, but it seems productions have stopped touring so I have to find a good play elsewhere. So I thought I’d give this theatre in the cinema thing a whirl. Apart from a few sound issues, to me nothing was lost. It was still hilarious and I feel the camera work allowed me to see what was happening, even better than if I was in the audience. A beautiful acted, silly piece of work. It deserves all it’s acclaim. One minor problem though, the applause. Kind of awkward watching several rounds of bowing when your not clapping.