whenever i see these post-apocalyptic films set in the USA where everyone is pretty much just killing each other with no mention of other nations i always just assume that the rest of the world is fine and has learnt how to resume life as normal
As a diabetic who probs won’t outlive the zombie apocalypse I’ve decided my new zombie apocalypse plan it to get so fierce that I die in a glorious battle like a Spartan. Many zombies will die that day.
I’ve always planned on joining with the zombies so that they make me their leader when I turn.
My blood sugar is inexplicably 25mmol (450) and I’ve just changed insulin, line and site and blood went EVERYWHERE.
I just drank six glasses of water in five minutes and now I want to throw up, but I’m still stupid thirsty. Excuse me while I lie on the couch and cry pathetically.
There is a part of me that is convinced that the most recent season of Community (particularly the finale, though I skipped the last five episodes, so who can tell if it’s the worst offender) is actually just Dan Harmon taking the piss. Like, he’s seen all the people who loved season four and thought “How pathetically cliched and terrible can I make this show and still have people like it? Oh, and I wonder if I can throw in an incredibly blatant metaphor and make them feel clever by feeling like they understand it?” I mean, I don’t even know what was going on in the party scene at the end, but it was bad. Community was bad.
It actually breaks my heart, and I never thought I’d say it, because back at the end of season three I was begging for more, but I wish the show had ended with ‘Introduction to Finality’. This viewer is done.
You’re a dead man, Chuck Bartowski.
"Happy Easter, everyone."
fitzsimmons: a summary
The Avengers (2012) - directed by Joss Whedon. Starring Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr. and Samuel L Jackson.
Film editing by Jeffrey Ford and Lisa Lassek
Cinematography by Seamus McGarvey