tiger beat magazines

anonymous asked:

yall praise dan all the time with his uglie 2006 hot topic jeans and a target plaid maternity shirt but have the audacity to question if people would hate phil's nice butterfly shirt wheN HIS COUNTER PART WEARS FASHION INSPIRED BY TIGER BEAT MAGAZINE

my wig : snatched

drabble series; big bird

part seven; pg; early msr, maybe season 2? post abduction; Our duo are on a journey to see a huge fucking bird.

part one, part two, part three, part four, part five, part six


Birding is a sport, and birdwatching is a hobby. Please do not mistake one for the other when speaking to a birder. Birders keep life lists and publish books and carry binoculars to the grocery store. Birders will ruin your sixteenth birthday celebration when, on the way to the restaurant, they’re certain they’ve spotted the ever elusive black-tailed godwit. In a brief spell of utter tyranny, they will pull the car over and whip out a foldable chair, oblivious to your tears and youthful longing. Birders live birds.

Birdwatchers watch birds.

Mulder and Scully, then, are birdwatchers. No one else in Sandwood Trailer Park could be considered a birdwatcher. They do not watch the bird. They tremble. Even Mr. Craig, who may be too stoned to fully appreciate the power of the bird and is too utterly courageous to mind it anyway, does not watch the bird.

The residents of Sandwood Trailer Park do not watch the bird, but they do watch Mulder and Scully. They’ll be sweeping up palmetto bugs or calling their sisters or fiddling with their bootleg copies of Forrest Gump when they suddenly get the urge to watch the crazies who watch the bird. Whole families sit by their windows to watch Mulder and Scully, who sit patiently on their towels and watch, and watch, and watch for the big bird.

Mulder has a pair of binoculars. This seems counterintuitive. After all, this is supposed to be a big bird. Scully wears sunglasses because Mulder left them on her motel bed. Somehow this all works out. For now. They spend hours in waiting, with occasional refreshments provided by Mr. Craig.

Now there are parts of ourselves we lose as we grow up, some of it for the better. When’s the last time you stuck gum in your best friend’s hair? But some of it we should miss.

Shania Cano is ten years old and terrible at math. She has chubby cheeks and chubby arms and chubby legs, and her teacher tells her every day to sit still and stop being so mad. Shanio Cano is tired of looking at Mulder and Scully, and tired of sitting inside while her older sisters fight over a Tiger Beat magazine published the year before.

She walks outside. Nobody notices. Both Mulder and Scully start when she saunters up right next to them and kicks at the dirt.

“You guys lookin’ at the bird?” She says, crossing her arms and avoiding their gazes. There’s a fine red dust over all of her clothes and she doesn’t like the way adults look at her like they’re sad.

“Do your parents know you’re out?” Scully asks, concerned. Shania ignores her and reaches down to snatch the slip of paper hanging loosely in Mulder’s hands.

“Hey!” He says, sitting up to grab it back. Shania holds it out of reach and frowns.

“What is this?” She shakes her head, crumbling up Mr. Craig’s beautiful drawing. “This ain’t the big bird.”

Fun facts about me--

@pandoranora tagged me to do four- and @daddynobucks tagged me for six. Sorry it took so long ☺️

1. I want a tortoise and chickens. I’ve wanted both for a long while now. My vet specializes in reptiles and he has several. They really are sweet. And the chickens–as soon as I can get my brother to build me a coop I’ll have them.

2. I’m a hopeless romantic. When I read a book, I want the butterflies and nerves – the happy endings and everything else in between. I don’t mind all the stuff that the characters have to go through to get there. Yes– I know that real life is definitely not a romance novel. But when I’m relaxing and reading a book I want some lovin’ happening.

3. I’m somewhat of a collector of everything. I am not a hoarder. I definitely still have room for tons more stuff!! But I tend to hold on to a lot. And keep a lot. Because you never know when you’re going to need it.

4. I can sew and use a serger.

5. I’m a nail biter. I will let them all get long and healthy- then if one breaks or cracks– they all have to go.

6. I must have a fuzzy blanket covering my skin to sleep. Winter or Summer it doesn’t matter. (Well in the winter I have 2 or 3)

7. Avacado!! On everything. All the time.

8. When I was in elementary school I was a card carrying member of the Rick Springfield fan club. I cut my membership form right out of a Tiger Beat magazine. A few years ago, I finally saw him live in concert. I also may have followed him back to his hotel and got him to take a picture with me.

9. Crushed ice is one of my absolute favorite things. I would eat it all day if I could and I would never be dehydrated again.

10. I am a night owl– please don’t open the curtains and let the light shine in on me. I like it dark, cold, and quiet. Also- I can pretty much fall asleep anywhere.

  • Cousin: How much do you know about Tommy Howell?
  • Me: *Clears throat* Howell was born in Van Nuys, California, the son of Christopher N and Candace Howell. He has two sisters, Stacy and Candi, and a brother, John.[1] His father worked as a stunt coordinator and rodeo performer. As a young boy, Howell wanted to be a stuntman and was even a child stunt performer. He began acting at the age of four, when he was cast in the Brian Keith Show episode "The Little People".
  • When Howell was young, his parents divorced,[2] leaving his mother with both of her sons and daughter Stacy, and his father took little Candi with him.[3] Howell shared his time with each parent and started his career through his father's job. When he was 12, he became a rodeo champion at the California Junior Rodeo Association and was named "All-Around Cowboy" in August 1979. While growing up, he also spent time golfing with his grandfather (he earned his nickname "CT" as that was how his name was recorded on the screen boards).[citation needed] Howell graduated from Saugus High School in 1984. Howell attended The National Conservatory for Drama Arts.Howell's showbiz debut was acting in the The Brian Keith Show episode "The Little People" as a little boy whose ears are being checked out by a doctor. When he got older, he tried stunt acting like his father and worked on commercials for a while.[4] He tried rodeo riding for a few years. In 1982, He made his film debut as Tyler in Steven Spielberg's E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial. Afterward, he was cast as the lead role Ponyboy Curtis in Francis Ford Coppola's The Outsiders, which earned him a Young Artist Award. Following The Outsiders, he became a teen idol, appearing in teen magazines like Tiger Beat and 16 Magazine, which referred to him as "Tommy" and "Tom".In 1984 he and Outsiders co-star, Patrick Swayze, reunited for Grandview, U.S.A., also with Jamie Lee Curtis, and Red Dawn, with Charlie Sheen and Lea Thompson. Howell also had a pivotal role in Tank, with James Garner and Jenilee Harrison. In 1985 he again starred in the lead role in Secret Admirer, opposite Lori Loughlin and Kelly Preston. Howell was one of two final actors in the running to play Marty McFly in Back to the Future the other being Eric Stoltz, who was eventually selected. Michael J. Fox would later go on to replace Stoltz after filming had begun.
  • In 1986 he played a hitchhiker's target in the film The Hitcher, another of his successful movies. The sequel was released in 2003. Following that, he starred as a white student who pretends to be black to receive a scholarship, in the poorly received Soul Man, which currently holds an aggregated score of 14% at Rotten Tomatoes.[5] Howell has since stated that he does not regret playing the main character in blackface and that Soul Man was "an important part of [Howell's] life" and "an important film" for racial relations in America.[6] In 1988 Howell played Arturo Toscanini in the story of the world-renowned conductor in Franco Zeffirelli's Il giovane Toscanini with Irma Capece Minutolo and Elizabeth Taylor, which was one of his very first straight-to-video releases. Howell and Kelly Preston reunited as lovers in A Tiger's Tale.At the end of the 1980s and beginning of the 1990s, Howell appeared in The Return of the Musketeers and Side Out. In 1993, he starred with Linda Fiorentino and Nancy Allen in the campy thriller Acting on Impulse. After several straight-to-DVD features and a starring role in That Night, he achieved success again in the movie Gettysburg, which was popular with history buffs and history classrooms. He starred as Mike, a motorcycle courier in Mad Dogs and Englishmen (U.S. title: Shameless) with Elizabeth Hurley. His made-for-television movie credits include Suspect Device, Sealed with a Kiss and Dead Fire. He starred in Dads, an unsold sitcom pilot.[7] He also appeared in the short-lived TV series Kindred: The Embraced.He started an interest in crime-thrillers after starring in Payback and playing gangster Baby Face Nelson in a film of the same name. He went on to direct and star in the 1996 direct-to-video release, Pure Danger, featuring alongside Teri Ann Linn and prop comic, Carrot Top.Howell returned to the theater in the 2000s in movies such as Asylum Days, the Gods and Generals prequel to Gettysburg, and The Hillside Strangler, in which he played serial killer Kenneth Bianchi. In 2006, Howell starred in Hoboken Hollow. He also became a supporter of the production company The Asylum, which produced his straight-to-DVD movies.In 2005, he starred in H. G. Wells' War of the Worlds, one of three 2005 adaptations of the novel The War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells. Because of its success, Howell directed and starred in a straight-to-DVD sequel War of the Worlds 2: The Next Wave in 2008, which was heavily criticized. In 2005, he also reunited with his Secret Admirer co-star Lori Loughlin, when he had a recurring role on her television show Summerland as Zac Efron's father. After War of the Worlds, he spent time directing unsuccessful straight to-DVD movies. Also, in 2008, he directed and starred in The Day the Earth Stopped, a mockbuster intended to capitalize on The Day the Earth Stood Still. For these reasons, 20th Century Fox have threatened legal action against The Asylum, but no action has yet been taken. He also appeared as a doctor in The Poseidon Adventure, an adaptation of the 1972 film of the same name. Coincidentally, his father's first stunt co-ordination was for the original movie,[9] though uncredited. He briefly hosted a show on KLSX later that year.Howell appeared in the 2012 film The Amazing Spider-Man.After filming The Outsiders, Howell co-starred in his own television series, Two Marriages, which ended after four episodes, but letters of support got it back on air. Howell later expressed disappointment in the series,[11] but eventually found it more satisfying.
  • After Two Marriages, Howell made guest appearances in shows like Moonlighting and The Hitchhiker. In 2000, Howell played a doctor stranded on a deserted island after a plane crash in Amazon. He initially turned down a guest role in ER after missing out on a role he wanted, but his wife signed him up after yet another offer. Following ER, he guest appeared in 24. He guest starred in five episodes of Criminal Minds on CBS as serial killer George Foyet / The Boston Reaper, a recurring villain based on the Zodiac Killer.
  • Howell has played the role of Officer Bill 'Dewey' Dudek, a wild, loudmouth, but efficient police officer recovering from alcoholism, in the L.A. police drama Southland since 2009. He appeared in Seasons 1, 2, 3, and 4 and was promoted to a series regular for Season 5, which began in February 2013. The series was cancelled on May 10, 2013.
  • In 2011, he guest starred on The Glades and in Torchwood: Miracle Day.Howell has worked with Francis Ford Coppola many times and in other areas of making motion pictures including writing, producing, and directing. In 1995, he wrote and directed Hourglass, in which he starred with Sofia Shinas. The following year, he helped produce The Big Fall and Pure Danger. Howell did not write or direct another movie until 2004. He and his father co-wrote the made for television movie Hope Ranch and Howell produced the film as well. The film was a success and Howell went on to write and produce Blind Injustice the next year. Two years later he produced The Stolen Moments of September.In his single days, Howell shared a place with Darren Dalton, with whom he co-starred in The Outsiders, Red Dawn, and The Jailhouse. From 1989 to 1990, he was married to actress Rae Dawn Chong, his Soul Man co-star. He married Sylvie Anderson in 1992. They have three children: Isabelle (born February 17, 1993), Dashiell (born January 2, 1997), and Liam (born April 24, 2001). His family currently resides in Stevenson Ranch, California-