I'm thankful for comic books
BEST DAY EVER
*Opens door for customer*
Me: Thanks for stopping by ladies, hope you had a good time.
Woman Shopper: You know, you look just like Clark Kent!
Me: Why thank you!?
Woman Shopper (to mother): Doesn't he look like Clark Kent?
Me: That's kind of what I'm going for...
Woman Shopper: Well that's good. he was quite the gentlemen.
* Helps them get things into their car/memory relapse*
Me: Bye guys, thanks for coming and have a Happy Thanksgiving!
Woman Shopper: Bye Clark, say hi to Lois for me.
Me: Oh I will.
peggypenniman: There is so much gunk in my throat. How do I get rid of it? Someone tell me the remedy. Please, don’t hold back. Gargle warm salt water.
poor MGM (Dont Forget Their Cartoon Shorts Too!)
darrrby: once upon a time MGM ruled Hollywood. they were Hollywood. they made the biggest movies, had the biggest stars, and were the very best in entertainment. from the silent movie era all the way until the end of WW2, they dominated the entertainment world. sadly, they don’t anymore. they have so much debt that they cannot stand alone. it breaks my heart....
An artist’s only concern is to shoot for some kind of perfection, and on his own...– J.D. Salinger, Franny and Zooey (via a-buyalos)
Because its just common sence to like twilight!!!... →
Hollywood's Genre Repetition →
I disagree with a few things here, but in all I really do dislike the general state of the movie industry. It’s dull. It needs to change. While I JUST posted part of a screenplay where there are indeed journalists, it’s not really about journalists but more the problem with our media based hero worship and condemnation that occurs in our country every day. I wanted to explore the...
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