Bart Blonski on Ground Zero out at woodsball world cup. At least I think it was him. So me a guy who coachs a D3 team shot out a pro. I feel quite happy about that. Hopefully I get to watch them at PSP world cup but hey I’m still happy I got someone on the pro team out before getting hit. Thank you chris for letting me stop reffing and play :D
I’d just like to take a moment and talk about how amazing the movie “Geography Club” was. And no, it is not actually about a Geography Club, that name is a way for the group to meet secretly and not have to be known it is really a LGBTQ support group.
First off, I haven’t seen a movie in a while where the relationship between two men was so pure and chemically positive I actually forgot they were even making sexuality a topic. It deals with the topic of coming out in high school and acceptance of lgbtq.
Second off, like a lot of gay-themed movies, this one does NOT make sex between the two men the main thing, in fact kissing is the farthest thing portrayed between the two, so it really is about their emotional relationship, and not the physical one (like a lot of what is in the media currently with gay characters).
The main character Russell is realistic and written beautifully, and portrayed even better.
However, it is not just about Russell’s story, as the people he comes to know as friends have their own reasons for being a part of the Geography Club, and it turns into a journey of self-discovery and acceptance of yourself and others, and ultimately sloughing off what society will think of you.
The rest of the cast, including Justin Deeley as his romantic interest (You might know him from his role on 90210) did a superb job of portraying what high school can really be like. Being yourself is one of the hardest things that no one can teach you in life.
You should go watch this movie because it is so friggin cute, realistic, heartwarming, sad, and just all around a good movie for this generation. It is currently streaming of Netflix, so go watch it. You will not regret it!
The year is 1976. Tom Riddle, now known as Lord Voldemort, is steadily rising in power. More and more Death Eaters were joining his cause. The number of attacks on muggles, muggleborn, and blood-traitors alike was staggering. The promise of war threatened like storm clouds in the distance, rolling with thunder. Dumbledore made a plea to the ministry. In order for the magical world to understand the importance of cooperation, understanding, and unexpected friends, he insisted they reinstate an ancient tradition. Thus, Hogwarts was chosen to host a legendary event.
I always hesitate to reblog MCU photosets when they either a) include Sony!Spider-Man, X-Men, or Fantastic 4 characters and/or b) completely disregard characters from the Incredible Hulk (Betty, Gen. Ross, Blonsky/Abomination, etc.) when these characters should be included, given the photoset topic.