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“We arent sure yet”

“No more prawns lol”


“Sucks to be you.”

“Absolutely spectacular. Like a hug from The Lord.”

“R u safe”

“do you want yogurt?”

“Thanks. Love you too”

Somehow, I don’t feel too assured

“Sorry didn’t see this until now”

“I didn’t miss my bus, it’s just 15 minutes late”

“I have no idea why you can’t hear me”

“Yaaay more pain :P”

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I’ve seen people who have been upset and/or making fun of Karl Urban’s post initially from when he first posted about Anton Yelchin. What I’m not sure these people know is that Mr. Urban was literally in the middle of Denver Comic Con, signing autographs and taking pictures with various fans when he got the news. 

I can’t say for certain the timing but I was in line at Brent Spiner’s table when Mr. Urban abruptly got pulled out of his line yesterday (Sunday) morning. He was gone for a “break” for almost an hour and when he finally came back, I overheard more than one person say his eyes were red as if he’d been upset about something. A little bit after that, news of Anton’s death started hitting the con floor. 

So the point of this is to give you an idea of what his head-space was probably like when that post was made and what he was doing. He’d undoubtedly been talking with fans about Star Trek and the cast and filming and it wouldn’t surprise me if Anton came up a time or two before he got the news. You never know what people are doing when they get news like that so please, for all that is holy, stop it about Karl Urban’s response. Have some respect. 

People take any reason to bitch. It was a natural response, nothing at all wrong with it. I think most of us who liked Anton felt the exact same way.

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RIP Anton Yelchin

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I’ll tell you what, though. This’d be totally of the books, off the records, but if you want to grab one of those Mango Fruit Blasts on your way out the door, I’ll just pretend I didn’t see it.

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Ontario-based photographer Michael Davies timed this impressive shot of his friend Markus hurling a thermos of hot tea through the air yesterday in -40°C weather near Pangnirtung in Canada’s High Arctic.

the most elegant ‘fuck winter’ I’ve ever seen


I went to support my friends tonight and attended the vigil they held at Walt Disney World for the victims of the Pulse Shooting. I didn’t know what to expect at all. Nobody really did. We were all just there to watch the kiss goodnight (a little bit of music and some talking to thank guests for being with us today etc). Well after that, instead of playing the regular Main Street music loop (well they did for about four seconds before cutting it off), there was an unofficial moment of silence. In the Magic Kingdom, with thousands of people. You could probably hear a pin drop. It was so emotional, the reason everyone was there, the moment of silence, the respect, the support. THEN Disney used the flood lights, and they lit up red. Then orange. Then yellow. They were all very similar. You could tell people were waiting for green. All of sudden, green. Then blue, and finally, purple. Disney DID THAT. Disney took a stand. Disney isn’t ignoring the fact that it was LGBT+ targets. Disney fully acknowledged who the victims were. The vigil was not put on by Disney. But Disney joined in. We wanted and hoped Disney would do something for it, but we honestly didn’t think they would. When the music came back on, we thought they were just going to let it run it’s course as if nothing happened. But they cut the music. They let everyone have their moment of silence.  It was overall surreal. You will never hear Magic Kingdom that silent as a guest. They even let Cast Members come out to the vigil. I believe that one of the victims of the shooting worked at the Emporium. The Emporium cast was infront of the castle, had a heart made of glow sticks, candles, and “I’m Celebrating” buttons with all the victims names (I believe, I couldn’t actually read them, but that’s what I’m assuming – correct me if I’m wrong). There were little girls passing out little hearts made of paper with the rainbow on it. There was a lovely woman who had painted a picture and handed out prints to everyone she could. The cast members were handing out Mickey hands in the shape of a heart, holding a heart. It was just a surreal experience. I still can’t believe it happened. Tonight, the shooting. I hope we don’t have to endure this again. #OrlandoStrong 

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Aurora borealis in Nunavut, CA js