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I turn 30 tomorrow. I’m super excited.

allen 22

As an ASD individual I feel the need to explain the above was (obviously) sarcasm.

I think Lily Allen sums up my feelings perfectly. By the way-don’t put huge expectations on your children when they are young just because they get good grades. That shit will haunt them forever.

Yours in loneliness/mediocrity,
Mary (my real name)

by Lily Allen and Greg Kurstin

When she was 22 the future looked bright,
But she’s nearly 30 now and she’s out every night,
I see that look in her face, she’s got that look in her eye,
She’s thinking how did I get here and wondering why,

It’s sad but it’s true how society says her life is already over,
There’s nothing to do and there’s nothing to say,
‘Til the man of her dreams comes along,
Picks her up and puts her over his shoulder,
It seems so unlikely in this day and age,

She’s got an alright job but it’s not a career,
Whenever she thinks about it, it brings her to tears,
Cause all she wants is a boyfriend, she gets one night stands,
She’s thinking how did I get here, I’m doing all that I can,

It’s sad but it’s true how society says her life is already over,
There’s nothing to do and there’s nothing to say,
Til the man of her dreams comes along,
Picks her up and puts her over his shoulder,
It seems so unlikely in this day and age,

It’s sad but it’s true how society says her life is already over,
There’s nothing to do and there’s nothing to say,
Til the man of her dreams comes along,
Picks her up and puts her over his shoulder,
It seems so unlikely in this day and age.


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missemmamm & father with Henry Winkler at a 2011 Steel City Con

missemmamm & father with Henry Winkler at a 2011 Steel City Con

I’m super pumped as once again Hot Donna and myself will be attending Philly Wizard World this year. Last year we went and had a blast. I highly recommend it. The full programming schedule for this year’s convention can be found here on the official site.

This year’s convention runs Thursday, May 30th-Sunday, June 2nd. We will only be able to attend on Saturday and Sunday. However if I were able to be there all four days these are the top events that I would want to attend.

Thursday 05/30/2013
8:00–10:30PM Con Bro Chill Concert (Trocadero Theatre, 1003 Arch St., Philadelphia, PA 19107)-This really sounds like a lot of fun. It’s some sort of concert party featuring a group called Con Bro Chill (CBC), Connor Martin, SAMM, Ty Andre and Steve Felts. Note: This event is free to VIP badge holders with a separate paid general admission ticket available.

Friday 05/31/13
1:00-3:00PM Sci-Fi Speed Dating (Room 112)-It’s exactly what it sounds like, speed dating for science fiction fans. I’m not single but if I were I’d like to try out something like this. It seems interesting.
1:00–1:45PM Linda Blair Q&A (Room 113)-Yep, from The Exorcist
2:00–2:45PM Wanna Make Your Own Toy (Room 111)-Co-creator/Teddy Scares artist Joe DiDomenico will be giving tips on creating your own toy line and giving away some fun Teddy Scares items. Yes, I am a fan. I own a totally adorable murderous bear that I bought at a horror con a while back.
2:00-2:45PM Wibbly Wobbly Time: A Doctor Who Panel (Room 113)-Okay, I’m not a Whovian despite my man’s best efforts to convert me but I know that a lot of you are out there, so I’m sure you wouldn’t want to miss this.
3:00-3:45PM Kevin Sorbo Q&A (Room 108)-the Hercules/Poolboy star, sounds awesome
3:00-3:45PM Creating Characters That Readers Love To Hate (Room 111)-This may not be for everyone but I’m also a fiction writer so it sounds pretty helpful to me.
3:00-3:45PM Basic Costuming, FX Makeup & Armor-Like Creation (Room 113)-Cosplay fun.
4:00 -4:45PM Ray Park Q&A (Room 113)-He’s played Darth Maul in Star Wars Episode 1, Toad in X-Men and Snake Eyes in the G.I. Joe films. I’ve never met him but have heard great things about Ray Park.
5:00-5:45PM James Marsters Q&A (Room 113)-Ah, Spike of Buffy and Angel definitely gives great Q&A. I also recommend buying an autograph from him and chatting with him for a few minutes when he’s out on the floor this weekend. He’s very interesting/informative and of course, hot.
5:00-5:45PM Michael Rooker Q&A (Terrance Ballroom)-of The Walking Dead and Mallrats fame
6:00 -6:45PM Stan “The Man” Lee Q&A (Terrance Ballroom)
7:00-9:00PM 80’s Night with Andrew McCarthy: Presented by Awesomefest (Terrance Ballroom)-If it were at all humanly possibly I’d be attending this. I adore Andrew McCarthy. This is a freaking screening of Weekend At Bernies with McCarthy himself!

Saturday 06/01/13
11:00-11:45AM Vampire Lore and Other Urban Legends with Dr. Rebecca Housel (Room 108)-Hey, I have a thing for vamps, okay.
12:00-12:45PM Kris Holden-Ried Q&A (Room 113)-Yep, Dyson from Lost Girl will be at WW! I’m so stoked! Hey, he’s a sexy werewolf police officer.
1:00 -1:45PM Henry Winkler Q&A (Room 113)-Yes, Fonzie from Happy Days. I’m a huge fan of his work on Childrens Hospital. I’ve met him at another con and he’s super nice. He really appreciates his fans.
1:30-2:15PM Charmed Reunion with Shannen Doherty, Holly-Marie Combs & Brian Krause (Terrance Ballroom)-I can’t even describe how excited we are about this. Hot Donna and I have seen every episode of Charmed too many times to count. The first real site I ever ran online was the Charmed site, Charmed Fashion Boutique. Krause has replied to me on twitter in the past. I’ve seen him interact with other fans on there often, as well. Yes, IRL Leo sounds just as awesome as on the show.
2:30-3:15PM Buffyfest! with James Marsters and Charisma Carpenter (Terrance Ballroom)-Cordy & Spike!
3:45-4:30PM Norman Reedus, Michael Rooker & Jon Bernthal Q&A (Terrance Ballroom)-Walking Dead fans take note
4:00-4:45PM Giancarlo Esposito Q&A (Room 113)-of Breaking Bad
Giancarlo Esposito is a celebrated television, film and stage actor whose acting career spans over several decades.
5:00-5:45PM Kickstarting Your Own Project (Room 108)-I’ve donated to a variety of Kickstarter projects in the past and always enjoying learning more about how they come together.
5:00-5:45PM Firefly with Adam Baldwin, Summer Glau, Jewel Staite & Gina Torres Q&A (Terrance Ballroom)-Yep, more Whedonverse fun. I’ve been to a Q&A with Adam Baldwin before and he was great.
6:00-8:45PM Lauren Holly Q&A and Screening of Dumb and Dumber: Presented by Awesomefest (Room 108)
7:00PM-9:00PM Wizard World Adult Costume Contest (Terrance Ballroom)-Costume contests are always fun to attend.

Sunday, 06/02/13
11:00-11:45AM John Barrowman Q&A (Room 113)-for you Torchwood fans

You can buy your ticket to 2013’s Wizard World Philadelphia Comic Con by clicking here.


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The newest season of HBO’s True Blood premieres soon (June/16/2013). Let’s get pumped with some sexy Mr. Skin playlists featuring Anna Paquin and Lizzy Caplan.

Alexander Skarsgard & Anna Paquin

Alexander Skarsgard, Anna Paquin & Stephen Moyer

Anna Paquin and Alexander Skarsgard
Mmm, Anna Paquin, Alexander Skarsgard & Stephen Moyer (during Season 5), from the Mr. Skin blog.

(& Ryan Kwanten, of course)

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I had so much fun trying Miracle-Gro last year that I had to share their new project with you.

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scissors and Glue
a sturdy rope (such as polyprop rope)
metal ring for hanging
a small plant
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This post is for The Film Experience’s Hit Me With Your Best Shot series. This series concerns choosing a shot from a current film that has been chosen and sharing why it’s your favorite shot and/or in some way important to you.

The Talented Mr. Ripley was released in the late 90’s. While I don’t think that the 90’s are a particularly important time for movies in general it was important to me. It was in the mid 90’s, as a pre-teen, that I realized how much movies meant to me. Prior to that I wasn’t old enough to care about any movie that wasn’t just pure fun, a drama like this wouldn’t have appealed to me. Luckily I grew up.

The Talented Mr. Ripley is a long, yet fascinating film about sociopath Tom Ripley (Matt Damon) who is adept at studying and mimicking others. He uses this to his advantage when during happenstance he meets a rich father who hires him to bring his fun loving son who has traveled abroad back to the US. The man assumes that he went to school with his son due to what he is wearing and sensing an opportunity he doesn’t disabuse him of the notion.

He studies up on the son, Dickie Greenleaf’s (Jude Law), interests to figure out how to endear himself to him after arranging a faux meet cute. The only thing that I really find silly about the film is that Damon isn’t really considered one of the beautiful people (hence he wears glasses, ah!).

At any rate, there are many important moments in the movie. However Tom often seems to wear a blank expression during key moments, which are what I often go for. Despite this it was still difficult to choose a scene.

Matt Damon in The Talented Mr. Ripley

I chose the above scene as at this point in the movie he is going back and forth between playing Ripley and playing Dickie Greenleaf. To me it seems as if he’s looking in the mirror to see which he is playing at.

Matt Damon in The Talented Mr. Ripley

I also almost chose this last scene which is amazing but probably pretty obvious.

and just for fun…

Jude Law in The Talented Mr. Ripley

gratuitous, shirtless Jude Law

If you are an Amazon Prime member you can watch The Talented Mr. Ripley for free, otherwise you can rent it from them by clicking here.

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