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was clearing stuff on my laptop an saw these screenshots I took from I don’t even know LOL but these are cute look at them

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Here’s a few excerpts from “Spirits, Fairies, Leprechauns, and Goblins: An Encyclopedia” by Carol Rose. I don’t have a scanner at the moment so they’re just bad quality phone camera shots, lol, but I found myself in the demon section of the book, which I hadn’t really read much before, and I wanted to add some of it to my blog.

The caption of the picture reads, “A devil recieves gifts from witches as demons lurk overhead.”

       ENCOUNTERING A FAN was the last thing on caed’s mind as he laid out by the poolside getting some sun, though his skin was already quite tanned from the countless hours of outdoor activities that he’d taken part of since being in san juan. lifting his glasses from his nose to get a better look at the girl who was asking for a picture, the musician pushed himself to his feet and was already wrapping an arm around her shoulder to pose for her phone camera. he shot up a peace sign with his fingers and a quirky smile, before he was turning to face the girl with more purpose.  wait, are you from around here ? ” caed couldn’t help but ask as she seemed like a tourist herself. // @blissfvllys

Stephen Rodrick profiles the casting director Allison Jones, who has helped give rise to a new kind of American comedy:

In 1999, she cast Seth Rogen, James Franco, and Jason Segel in the critically acclaimed, poorly watched teen series “Freaks and Geeks.” The show, created and written by [Paul] Feig and produced by [Judd] Apatow, was a coming-of-age story set in the suburban Michigan of Feig’s youth. Jones won the show’s only Emmy, for her casting. Several years later, she met with a young, sweaty Jonah Hill, who was desperate for an introduction to Apatow. She told Apatow that Hill was weird and hilarious. That sufficed; Apatow expanded a cameo part for Hill in “The 40-Year-Old Virgin,” as an odd but lovable eBay customer. Two years later, Hill was cast with Michael Cera in “Superbad,” a raunchy teen comedy that Apatow produced. It was left to Jones to find their nerdier-than-thou friend McLovin. Jones posted notices seeking high-school students in L.A. After seeing thousands of candidates, she caught a glimpse of a camera-phone head shot sent in by a sixteen-year-old named Christopher Mintz-Plasse. She called the director, Greg Mottola, and excitedly said, “I think I found McLovin; he’s like Dill from ‘To Kill a Mockingbird.’ ” Jones told me, “You could tell he was a kid who probably had seen the inside of a locker.” Since then, Mintz-Plasse has starred in six movies.

Photograph by Dolly Faibyshev

I know you don’t accept camera phone shots anymore, but there was no good way for me to get a screenshot of this, so if you don’t want to post it, at least you can enjoy it. My sim’s logic just kept going up percentage wise, no matter what she was doing. I had to make her go back and play chess again to fix it.

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Teeny Ten found himself in a very familiar location on our first day of Spring!

In today’s adventure we tried to find the secret location to Torchwood, wondered round his Tardis (though he was saddened he couldn’t play with the console), interact with some very similar and scary pieces plus i swear I heard him shout someones name at one point…

BONUS: I turn my back for one minute and he’s busy making friends!