Anonymous said: i really liked your article on sharknado and also your article on winter light. idk what i wanted to accomplish wit this

thank you! also hire me to write something for you (I’m assuming you own a newspaper or something)

that’s probably also why I love the line “I am far from where we live and I have not learned how to forgive, but I will wait. I will wait. I will wait.” in “Blues In Dallas”. I think I’ve said this before, but it’s one of my favorite statements about love I’ve ever heard, because it’s not about love as just pure acceptance and ease. It’s about that fact that yeah, we’re human beings, and I’m going to get mad, and we’re going to argue, and you’re going to do things I hate. But I will wait here for you, even though I am not ready to forgive you, because I love you, and that love is more important than my ability to forgive you right now.


Kristen Stewart by Tom Munro for Elle Magazine June 2012

Kristen Stewart by Tom Munro for Elle Magazine June 2012

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Anonymous said: seeing you with a non b+w lined avatar makes me think you are someone else

yeah it’s been my thing for literally years but maybe it’s time to shake it up anon. maybe it’s time to change it around.

"there’ll always be a few things, maybe several things that you’re gonna find really difficult to forgive" is one of my favorite little mountain goats lines. just how succinctly it sums up the reality of change, acceptance, and revenge. like, yeah, always, for the rest of your life, there will be these things that, because of what’s happened to you, you’re gonna have a hard time forgiving. and it’s up to you to decide whether the effort is worth it, what acceptance means to you, and how to cope with the fact that things don’t just magically get better after a certain amount of time.

i’m not sure how i feel about switching avatars

i know that this avatar is a feel i know, that feel of uncertainty, of fear, of sudden and terrifying incompetence in the presence of those who are supposed to care about you. but i’m not sure it’s communicating “me” as well as dedit

Being bad on purpose doesn’t make a movie not bad, it just makes it obvious and cloying. If you know enough to understand you’re making a bad film, why not use that knowledge to make a better one? If you understand that your film is failing, why not work to improve it? The Sharknado films go the bad on purpose route because no one involved wanted to be on hand for a potential embarrassment. Everyone covered their face in whipped cream before the pie could hit them as a preemptive measure. It’s an act of artistic cowardice.

hey remember i wrote this

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trying something new, don’t be alarmed

trying something new, don’t be alarmed

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