That’s not just an image of Gary Oldman, folks. That’s an image of Spike TV finally maybe…possibly…growing up.

Spike TV Buys Gary Oldman’s New Show, Deep Web

Ok but what if I want the same exact glasses as Gary Oldman? 

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I had a genuine panic attack when I saw this in my inbox. Bought tickets immediately. Only $6! $13.50 with tax + printed tickets. I freaked out. Figured it was Stevie doing a side show in addition to the Fleetwood tour because she’s got a new album and was cheap because it was bound to sell out immediately. Didn’t process it well until I had already purchased my tickets and basically had an aneurysm.

… Realized it’s a screening of her documentary, which I’ve already seen, and that she won’t be there and that TICKETFLY IS A CUREL AND DISGUSTING LIAR. Seriously. There was no stipulation anywhere in the purchase process that it was for a movie screening and not a concert. And they don’t do refunds.



the older i get

the more i realize the value of privacy

of cultivating your circle and only letting certain people in

you can be open, honest, and real while still understanding not everyone deserves a seat at the table of your life

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We used to do that a long time ago, pretend that we were skating.


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In case you were wondering this isn’t even CLOSE to being the most ridiculous thing he’s ever sent me. 


The longer I work on this drawing the more ridiculous it seems to get. Someone please send help.

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I hope the current state of my postings has reflected how deeply into my X-Files marathon I am. 

I once had to say this on a show many years ago, and I truly believe it: Loneliness is a choice. I like to be alone; I’m more comfortable alone. But I do recognise that I take it too far sometimes and so I try to force myself to keep up with being sociable. I just am a bit of a lone ranger; I always have been. But I don’t believe that necessarily has to translate to being lonely. You can be lonely in a crowd of a thousand people. I can be in a hotel room on my own, and not feel lonely. It all comes down to how comfortable you are with who you are in the silence.

Gillian Anderson (via allweare-juststories)