for a change!!~~

Day 1 vs Day 848 on testosterone. Sometimes I think I haven’t changed at all, I can’t see the progress as it happens day to day, and I get frustrated thinking I’ll never get where I wanna be – then I put two pictures like this together and am amazed at the strides I’ve made and the growth I’ve experienced. What a journey. 🌟 #transformationtuesday

anonymous asked:

Michael... M8... Bro.. Dude.. Throw it at me man- are you sure you haven't heard from your 'player 1'? Not even subtly? Because the dude could POSSIBLY be a fan ; )

Especially with what happened during our senior year. HE was the one that- …Never mind. I’m sorry.

Anyways, don’t be silly. There’s… There’s no way he could be my fan. But if that were the case, oh man- that would make things a heck of a lot easier.


In Ambitious ‘Okja,’ A Teen Attempts To Save Her Super Pig From Slaughter

Fresh Air film critic Justin Chang says: 

“The wildly inventive sci-fi thriller Okja tells the story of a courageous 13-year-old Korean girl named Mija (played by An Seo Hyun), who is determined to protect her closest companion from being chewed up and spat out by the forces of 21st-century capitalism. That companion is Okja, an enormous, genetically modified pig — a “super pig,” as she’s been branded by the executives at Mirando, a multinational agrochemical corporation that is trying to spearhead a revolution in global food production.

Ahn makes you root for Mija at every step of her journey, and Okja immediately takes her place among the most touching and realistic computer-generated characters ever made; Andy Serkis couldn’t have played her any better. Okja begins streaming on Netflix this Wednesday, and will also be playing a limited theatrical run in Los Angeles and New York. If the latter option is available to you, seize it; this super pig is worth seeing on the biggest screen you can find.”

anonymous asked:

You are not Gillian's fan anymore? Will you only post things related to David now?

Ok..How can I answer this ask without bringing hate to my inbox… Let me try.

If you scroll down my dash, and if you follow me for a while now, you will notice that I rarely post things related to G’s work, besides TXF (and Gillovny, of course). 

Don’t get me wrong, anon, I think Gillian is an AMAZING actress, but David was my first celeb crush, you know? I had his pictures all over my bedroom door, poorly printed on my parents very first color printer. 

For a long time I refused to watch any of their works besides TXF - because I thought TXF was the only thing that mattered in my life and D/G are forever my Mulder and Scully. Only recently I watched Californication, and that’s because David’s abs was all over my dash when I started this stupid blog. lol… I took a really long fandom break after IWTB and that pushed me away from our duo.

What made me reconnect with Gillian outside TXF world was her light and funny personality. I loved watching her cons and interviews and I simply got totally amazed by how much she glows around David - and vice/versa.

Now, this past year, I just cannot see her as the same person I once got hooked with. First I thought she changed her public image because she was now an important spokes person for really important issues such as child trafficking. As time went by, I got the impression she has really changed. I may be wrong, and maybe she will come back as the goofball I like to see. But after the recent events, I’m losing hope. 

I see D and G as entertainers. It may sound harsh, but that’s what they are. I am not their friend and I do not work for them. So I have the right to “consume” whatever makes me happy, and NOW, Gillian does not make me a happy costumer. Of course things can change, and I hope it does! I miss Gillian, and I miss David when he is around Gillian.