One of the things I really loved the absolute most about Finding Dory is Dory and Destiny’s relationship because they were so honestly kind to each other and especially loved each other and each other’s own personal flaws and stuff, and like when Dory told Destiny she swam beautifully even though she was very nearsighted and always ran into things and Destiny said Dory was so beautiful and Destiny and that beluga guy helped Dory get to her family and I just love it so much I love that entire movie in general and it is one of my absolute favorites oh my goodness
Hello all! In addition to working on Shinji’s route, we’ve been preparing for a Kickstarter at the end of summer. In that vein, if you could take yet another survey for us, we’d really appreciate it! Only one question is absolutely required.
“The big, blazing, terrible truth about man is that he has a heaven-sized hole in his heart, and nothing else can fill it. We pass our lives trying to fill the Grand Canyon with marbles. As Augustine said:
“Thou hast made us for thyself, and our hearts are restless until they rest in thee."
That’s the greatest sentence ever written outside Scripture because it tells us the secret of our destiny, our happiness—and our unhappiness. It is, however, not only unfashionable but terribly threatening. It tears the band-aid off our wound. It shows up our false gods for the tiny things they are compared with our own hearts. People do not take kindly to idol smashing. Look what they did to the prophets.
But we should be encouraged. Even the sceptic who does not believe in heaven has a heaven-shaped heart.”
Things Found on YouTube: this ridiculous mash-up trailer for The Phantom of the Opera, using music from the Lloyd Webber musical and footage from the 2013 British miniseries version of Dracula. Somehow, it is not actually a crossover of the two stories, but instead is just using the Dracula footage to represent the Phantom story.
Amazing things present in this trailer:
1) Jonathan Rhys-Meyers trying to brood about his hideous, hideous face. 2) Vampire-teeth Phantom! 3) Really just a masterful intro scene to parallel the chandelier scene in the Lloyd Webber musical, like, just well-done. 4) “A Joel Schumacher Production”