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Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Uhmm... Hello?

Wow, I thought I lost this blog.
A year or so has passed, and for some reason in the midst of school, I completely forgot about this blog I started when I was younger.
Thank goodness for Instagram and my narcissism (yes, I rummaged through my old photos).
I just wanted to pop back in and see how everyone who has read this blog, is reading this blog, or will read this blog is doing.
By the way, I'm sorry for abandoning this project....
I think what I'll do is write every now and then, just to check in on everyone who has found this and see what I thought in the past.
Lots of love!

Monday, August 5, 2013

Doctor Who

When I first got into Doctor Who, I expected it to be just some average sci-fi show. Bunch of blood, action, robots, and aliens. But there is so much more to it. There is a completely different dynamic.

Everyone is fussing over Peter Capaldi. Oh! He's too old, how will I ship him? And so on. But that doesn't matter. The story is what matters. Not the looks. The way the story is told.

This show has a high emotion level. You can really get into the story and into the characters, and how complex they are. Each character and story brings a lesson. So what if the effects are rubbish, the plot is all that matters.

I've learned many things from this show. Even though I may not be very adventurous, it has given me another reason to love knowledge. It has made me feel like I could contribute so much more to this world, even though I'm ordinary. Even though I'm an introvert, I know that my knowledge could help others.

It has introduced me to wonderful actors. It has made me pay closer attention to things, in media and in real life.

The main reason I wanted to write this article is because of this one theory I have.

The Doctor doesn't save companions. They save him.

Sure, he might be the one to save them from being demolished by an intergalactic alien. But they save him from himself, his melancholic, lonely self.

And that's what I love about this show the most.

Because without the sidekicks, you don't have the hero.

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

My thoughts.

I've always been one who was a leader type.

Not in an immodest way, it's just when presented with a social group I tend to be a decision maker. And catalyst. I've had many moments I'm not proud of while being a small social leader, but we make mistakes just to learn from them.

Sure, I may have made an impact on some.

Maybe I've even impacted you in a way.

But I have a bigger goal. And it is somewhat imaginary for me.

Ever since I have grown up, I've began to despise many things about this world. It's why I don't keep an ear on politics and the news. But still, that hasn't helped at all. I'm still tainted by opinions that were preached onto me; even if I try to look at a different perspective, a little voice pecks at me. "No! That isn't right! It is against your beliefs!"

I'm trying to push that away.

At the same time, I try not to focus on things that makes this voice come to mind.

Another thing that is difficult is that I try to discuss these new opinions with family. Now, my family. I love them to bits. But, damn! They are very judgmental on certain aspects of life.

I tell them that I don't want to practice religion anymore. They got very steamed, but it's come to the point where I don't care what they want me to think. I respect their wishes, and they should at least put some effort on their part, even pretend!

Anyways, I don't want to get too personal here.

In this day and age, their isn't much optimism going on. Everyone wants change, and they want a more positive time and age. But they aren't doing much to change it. I'm a hypocrite. It takes one to know one.

All they care about is celebrities who have serious issues and spending money on useless projects.

At least I care about something that could, one day, be extremely important. Might even exist.

Space. Time travel. Multiverses. Other living creatures.

I'm not pining over some celebrity who is tunneling into an early death. I'd rather focus on something much more interesting and monumental.

Something that could change everything. How we live. How we see life.

Going back to the change thing.

I was affecting my social groups, which doesn't happen too often because I'm very quiet and kept to myself. Introverted, if you will.

Even though you might not make a change outside, with actual people and an actual place, you can change it here.

The internet.

It's brilliant, absolutely brilliant! People complain that there isn't much going on, but the internet has changed many. It's a place for change.

I would say it is a whole Enlightment. A cyber- Enlightment.

And I want to take part of it.

I could change little outside in real time. But here, you can reach millions.

It's brilliant.

Change.



Sunday, May 12, 2013

Think.

There is never peace. Ever.
But sometimes, you could think of it as an incentive. Something worth fighting for.
You always have a conflict in your life, but do you ever think something worse could happen? So what if you didn't get a good grade on an assignment, it isn't a life or death situation.
Think about it.
What could be terrible to you could be mild to another. There is always something worse that could happen to you.
Everybody has there worst fear. For many it's death. Others think of aliens or monsters. The list is endless.
But what happens when you reach your worst point?
You can't brush it off like the others.
It's your final conflict.
You've come to peace.
And it's all from a thought.

Sunday, March 10, 2013

Evolution

 What would've happened if the human species wasn't as intelligent as it was and didn't create all the things in order to grow?

I know there might be a whole scientific explanation, but me being my naive self, felt like talking about it. I mean come on, I need something to blog about, right?

Do you think if we didn't grow as a race, that a different species would've done something?

Maybe we would just act like animals too, and coexist with the other animals.

I wonder if there is a dimension out there that shows what would've happened if the human race wasn't as complex as it was here.

What do you think?

Tuesday, March 5, 2013

My thoughts on domestic violence

 Today I just felt like discussing the debatable topic of domestic violence.

Many people complain that women get more justice in this than men do. I think their is a fair balance.

Women have been discriminated for many years, so I don't understand why men complain. Each gender isn't superior, and I don't know why one gender has has to be inferior.

If either the husband/wife abuses their significant other, both should get the same punishment; completely disregarding their gender.

We are all the same species, it doesn't matter what parts we do or do not have.

This also applies to all the sexist jokes, groups, and the 'who has it harder deal'.

It's all a bunch of bullshit. We are all in this together, and it doesn't matter what role we take in our existence.

Please let me know what you think!

Monday, February 25, 2013

Why I love comic books

Comic books. You either love 'em, or hate 'em.

Now, as you know, or are now finding out, I am a female. When I usually tell people that I love comics, they think I mean manga or something. But I tell them 'No', I love comic books. X-Men, Fantastic Four, the Avengers.

I don't favor DC Comics, simply because they don't really have intricate details on the story line and characters. But I very much like Marvel, as the imagery is heavenly, and the story is delightful.

My favorite comic is X-Men, and I'm basically an X-Men encyclopedia.

You can ask me about any character in there, and I could give you loads of facts. Any other girl out there obsessed with X-Men, or any other Marvel comic?

People think of it as a childish pleasure, but I think of it as a way to get your mind off of the cruel things happening in our dimension.

Principle shows it is possible that there are alternate realities, and I wonder what mutation/power I would have in that alternate world.

But back to the fact that people think of it as childish.

Nerds like comics. Nerds know best, or at least that's what I think.

So if nerds know best, and they like comics, doesn't that say that comics are, in fact, a good think?

I would like to know what your thoughts are! Please leave a comment below :)

 My favorite comic book series at the moment...