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Hey everyone, I’m working on a music video for Collegehumor and we need a little help with some college campus scenes. Extras in these scenes will be featured. We are shooting during the day on Staten Island. Transportation to and from the location and Manhattan will be provided. THURSDAY… Fucking Vermont. But if you can go, you should! They’re mad fun.
I have one bar of service, I have no shoes, I...
I must be at Bennington.
Number of Books I bring to college.
Freshman Year: 46 Sophomore Year: 3
Getting my tattoo on Saturday (Finally)
Its the first of a few, and I know what I’m getting already, since I’ve been thinking about this since 9th grade, and I’m really excited about it. Any last minute advice?
johnzanussi: Roads? Where we’re going, we don’t need road! (via) Its funny if you watch the other cars when the brake lights go on. They look like scared animals.
Today sucked, and looking back at these past few...
Then I remember I’m not a fucking 12 year old, and I put on my big girl pants and look on the bright side.
rolfconant asked: It's the Joker (like you said) and Barbara Gordon (the original Batgirl). It's from the Killing Joke by Alan Moore and the art is done by Brian Bolland. And shit man, he does some amazing art. (Also like you said.) I'm not into the story so much but I love love love the art.
dremmy-deactivated20110417 asked: It was a moment from Batman:The Killing Joke. *spoiler alert* The Joker wanted to prove that everyone was one event away from being as crazy as he was. He goes to Commissioner Gordon's house and shots his daughter, Barbara Gordon (aka Batgirl) right in front of him. Barbara was paralyzed from the waist down and is still wheelchair bound today due to this event. The whole book is a good read.
dremmy-deactivated20110417 asked: I just want to say that your comment on the CBR most memorable comic moment was quite good, especially coming from someone who didnt read the comic where the moment came from. Its refreshing to hear a non-comic readers point of view of the moment. You did a good job examining the scene with a fresh eye. Im sure you were told who the characters were in the panels so I wont waste your time there....