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playbill.com
Broadway Producers Launch On-Demand Streaming of Stage Shows
Two Broadway producers have launched BroadwayHD, an on-demand service that will stream recorded theatre productions as Netflix and Hulu have been doing for broadcast media, according to Variety.

If you haven’t seen this, be EXCITED! Broadway Netflix! 

The theatre community is finally catching up with the way the world works. We’re already seen as pompous and rich because theatre can only appeal to people with the resources and time to get to New York and buy $100+ tickets. 

Now a small town, middle class kid can get to be touched by and fall in with theatre. We don’t need to watch shitty, illegal bootlegs to see great shows! There’s not to many shows up right now, but hopefully producers will realize how smart this is and put more hows up. Support this amazing site! 

BroadwayHD! 

Aesthetics for the Moon Signs

Aries: Fights, nightclubs, motorcycles, slick hair and leather jackets

Taurus: roses, chocolate, dior, rococo architecture

Gemini: libraries, basketball in the driveway, family reunions, diversity

Cancer: psychics, lots of siblings, optimism, popular kids

Leo: broadway, black cats, lavish homes, artwork

Virgo:yoga and salad, small dogs, math class, cleaning supplies

Libra: elegant jewelry, paris, debutante balls, high tea

Scorpio: ouija boards, black stilettos, electric eels, hidden plots

Sagittarius: plane tickets, vintage suitcases, colourful scarves, photography

Capricorn: snow white, grandfather clocks, classy makeup, plain briefcases

Aquarius: striped socks, astrology, bohemian fashion, hufflepuff house

Pisces: dependency, empaths, daydreaming, small pets

School Supplies shopping list 2k15!!!

So an anon asked me if i could help her make a school supply list! here it is!

This school supply list is based on my preferences. Hope this helps somehow!

BASICS

  1. No. 2 Pencils
  2. Mechanical Pencils (i prefer using 0.5 and 2B because it’s nicer and darker)
  3. Mechanical pencil leads. 
  4. An array of colors of ballpoint pens (to help you color code!)
  5. Lots and lots of black ballpens lmao
  6. Highlighters (different colors too!)
  7. Erasers
  8. White out/correction tapes
  9. Stapler
  10. Staple wires
  11. Binder clips/paper clips
  12. Ruler, protractor
  13. crayons, markers, or colored pencils. 
  14. scissors
  15. glue stick

NOTEBOOKS/JOURNALS

  1. A composition notebook
  2. Notepad (to scribble all your notes there if you’re in a hurry)
  3. Notebooks for your subjects
  4. A bullet journal (ok, this one’s totally optional)
  5. A planner (this too)
  6. don’t forget your graphing paper too!

TO HELP YOU STUDY

  1. Index cards
  2. post it notes
  3. legal and letter sized bond papers (where u can print ur reviewers)
  4. loose-leaf binder paper
  5. ur study guide
  6. a calculator 
  7. a dictionary/thesaurus (u can download an app instead)

ORGANIZATION

  1. A Binder (you can get small binders for each class or you can get one big binder for all ur classes)
  2. Folders
  3. Pen cases/pouches (to hold your supplies!)
  4. a puncher (3 hole, 2 hole, 1 hole, it doesn’t matter! or it depends with your binder actually)
  5. Plastic envelopes (where you can store your folder)

OTHERS

  1. a flash drive/usb
  2. laptop
  3. printer
  4. a combination lock
  5. emergency kit
  6. girly kit (???)
  7. a good backpack 
  8. Paint, oil pastel, or any other art materials! 
  9. sketchpad
  10. locker essentials
  11. washi tapes (u can use this for color coding as well!)
  12. headphones/earphones
  13. phone

well….that’s all! I hope this helped you anon! :) good luck in your studies!! :)

Run-over Another Snowman, Jackass—I can build these all day.

12 years ago, when I was in 10th grade, my sister (who was 8 at the time) built a giant snowman after an unusually heavy Pennsylvania snow. She spent all day on this thing and it was actually pretty impressive.

The town I’m from is actually a borough and it only has something like 7,000 people who live there, meaning High School classes were small and relatively tight-knit. There was one particular kid, who I’ll call Scotty, who drove me up the fucking wall. He never did anything to me personally, but he just had a massively annoying way about him. To make matters worse, it seemed as if I had way too many classes with him to be statistically possible.

One of Scotty’s irritating behaviors is that he drove a loud, redneck-ish, John-Deere-green truck. It was obnoxious as hell and (important to the story later) had a huge brush guard on the front of it.

Well, on the evening after she built her snowy sentinel, I heard the sound of Scotty’s truck making its way down the street from inside our livingroom. Then I heard the “pfft” of someone running over a snowman and laughing. Unfortunately for my sister, she had built it close to the road and too easily within the range of this semi-guided asshole. She was rather upset to see her day’s work splattered all over the street… Something needed to be done about this.

So, the next morning, I woke up early and began building another snowman. It was glorious. I made the classic, three section, scarf-wearing, sticks-for-arms-and-vegetables-for-a-face snowman.

This new snowman’s cheery countenance betrayed a grim and dark secret, however; Frosty was built on top of a fire hydrant at the corner of our yard where there was no curb.

For a good two days I dreamt of Scotty wrapping his stupid truck around my masterpiece out in the yard. But no dice. I didn’t see him at all anywhere around town so I thought I was out of luck.

Then, on the evening of the 4th day, I heard it. My family was eating dinner and I heard the low grumble of fate’s motors kicking from gear to gear. Would they find themselves abruptly halted in about 10 seconds? It all depends on you, Scotty boy…

So I start chewing my food really fast because, knowing the idiot, I knew what was happening next. The final acceleration sounded off like a chaotic crescendo as he plowed straight into—not through—the snowman with the deafening crunch of twisting metal.

My family ran outside and it took everything I had to not laugh before I got out there. There stood Scotty, dazed and bewildered and caught-off guard by a battle that he lost before he realized it had begun.

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