Imagine Loki coming in on you listening to one of the podcasts you’ve been catching up on or binging on. You explain it was a find after you’d finished listening to another podcast from PocastOne, you wanted to see what else they had there and the screaming child on their icon got you in. You listened to a couple of shows of For Crying Out Loud and you were hooked on it too. You give Loki access to the ones you have, and a week later you find him telling you about shows you hadn’t heard. Turns out he became a premium member of PodcastOne, so that he could get access to their older shows because he was completely hooked; thanks to you. He can stop smiling as he tells you that now he has found a show that clicked with him. It’s then you notice behind him on his coffee table is the book “Sippy Cups are Not For Chardonnay” which you’ve been wanting to read for a while, only for Loki to give it to you as a thank you for getting him hooked on Stephanie and Lynette.
“Hey pal, welcome to Poke Pelago… if you’re here to punish Cipher, I gotta ask you to please reconsider? They’ve been very consistent at guarding me and I’ve been Circle Throwing Mankey wrenches at them a lot lately. It’s not their fault.”
“Hm, I wanna know Professor. Do you remember working with International Police brass before?”
“…Yeah. Somewhat. I recall it wasn’t a pleasant experience.”
“Then you already know they’re not interested in reasoning once they’ve made a determination.” Nanu sighs and slips out of his slouch to take out a thick envelope. “Whatever, so here’s your mandatory paid leave. Get some fresh air or something.”
“Oh! See, it wasn’t punishment at all! You do deserve a break, Cipher.”
“…Fine.” They take the envelope begrudgingly. “Who’s going to monitor Mohn then?”
“That’d be me, I guess.”
“Oh… I see… Thank-”
“Seeing as how you now owe me a favor, the Meowth get a whole bag of dry food at 10 o’clock and the berry mix at 6 o’clock. Keep aside extra time to dry them off every time you check on them since they run in and out of Po Town a lot. They’ll warm up to you quicker if you give them coins, I don’t recommend using any poketoys until you can corral them.”
“…A bag of dry food? I’m sorry but exactly how many cats do you have, sir?”
A&E and Universal Television invited me to an exclusive advance screening, panel discussion and reception at the Bates Motel. It was an advanced screening of series finale of the television series Bates Motel, a show based on Robert Bloch’s book Psycho. The book which was also turned into a motion pictures film a couple of times, One that changes the way people go to the movies Psycho (1960) directed by the late great iconic filmmaker, Alfred Hitchcock and the other a shot for shot re-make of the first film Psycho (1998) directed by Gus Van Sant. The series final episode entitled “The Cord” was directed by Tucker Gates.
Following the screening was a panel discussion with the show’s stars Vera Farmiga, Freddie Highmore (pictured above) and the Show Runner/ Executive Producer Kerry Ehrin (pictured below). If you are a fan of the show I don’t want to give away any spoilers. But I’ll tell you, the end was a big surprise to me and the way ended the series.
I spoke with Kerry afterward. It was wonderful to hear about some of the stories that went on in the Writers Room. Kerry is also known for her work on shows like Parenthood, Boston Legal, Boston Public and Friday Night Lights. I’m really excited to see what she is working on next. She’ll take some time off to relax, but she already has a couple different projects that she plans to start working on.
After a quick drive around the backlot, a wonderful reception was set up at the Bates Motel on the Universal Studios backlot. Giving exclusive access to the Iconic backlot attraction. The Psycho house was one of the big draws of the Universal Tram Tour, back in 1964, and has continued to be instantly recognizable even today. Additional filming for the series took place in multiple areas in British Columbia, including Steveston, Coquitlam, Horseshoe Bay, West Vancouver and Fort Langley. In February 2017, after filming was completed for the series, the Bates Motel exterior set in Aldergrove was demolished.
Sam.” You moaned out. His long fingers turned out to be good for
something after all. As they stroked inside of you, you were sure you
saw heaven. His mouth trailed hotly across your skin as he played
your body as if he’d been doing it for years rather than for the
first time. His fingers rubbed against your g-spot and clit, making
you go almost blind at the pleasure.
he entered you, you clawed at him. Wanting more. Needing it. He
wasted no time. He set a hard, fast pace. You moved with him, keeping
up. His hips slammed into yours hard enough that it pushed your body
further up the bed. The headboard slammed roughly into the wall, but
that didn’t slow him down. If anything, you both fed off of the rough
sounds. Too soon, you hit another orgasm.
you came back to earth, he paused long enough to smirk down at you,
“So, who’s the one who can’t last?”
1975: Rolling Stone magazine’s 18 year-old reporter Cameron Crowe holds a sign he wrote stating, “Sorry I’m not David Bowie”. He created the sign for the fans that were attempting to access their icon at the hotel in Seattle. Photo by Andrew Kent.
Hey party peoples. So I got good and bad news: I left my labtop at home, but my mom is letting me use hers. So I won’t have access to icons, for my replies until I get back. But for now, I shall carry on and hopefully you all won’t mind.
i’ve been rping on tumblr for less than a year but honestly? the biggest change i’m seeing is that people are starting to stray to rp only with blogs with Advanced And Complex Blog Aesthetic™️ (over blogs that might be iconless, don’t have those fancy mobile themes, have a simple theme, or don’t do quirks likethis, 𝓽𝓱𝓲𝓼, t h i s, this,this…y’get the idea) just because they have such a higher Aesthetic to them. and honestly? it’s total bs because not everyone knows how to make fancy icons with psd or some other fancy program or even have access to icons to use or code a theme to make it just right for your own blog. your worth in the rp community shouldn’t be based on how aesthetically pleasing your blog(s) is(are).