Saturday, August 23, 2008

When I Met You, You Were On Your Back...

Ok, so I was listening to the new The Academy Is... CD, and I have decided that SEVERAL of the songs are about William Beckett's relationship with Gabe Saporta of Cobra Starship. I took a mini analysis to two of the songs, and this is the result...this is simply TWO of the songs, I hope to do more later.

Both of these songs are by THE ACADEMY IS...not Cobra, sung by Beckett, written by Beckett.


PRELYRIC NOTES: MidTown is Gabe Saporta’s Old Band!

It's a drunken midnight on the streets
brightly dusted with a neon light
we duck behind the corner store
smoke your smokes while I keep a watchful eye <---Gabe used to smoke, no proof that he quit, except no one’s seen him do it for awhile.
Right Here, right now
I hope before the night is through
one fumbled touch will finally hit the spot <---That screams gay sex to could be het, but that doesn't seem like a line that would be used to describe het...
you've got everything going for you
so I'll go for everything I got. <---The last Midtown show occurred after Gabe as already famous and William was just starting out.
Right here, the best days of our lives.
is this coincidence or a sign?

Is there anything I missed?
Is there anything I missed?
Tell me if I'm wrong
but why would we change a thing?

when the morning light fights through the cracks
cascading across the bed, and you are mine
when your parnets start to wake for work
between the sheets, I'll keep a watchful eye
right here, the best days of our lives
is this coincidence or a sign?


when we met I was on my back
I swear we spent most afternoons like that
somewhere in the act <---SEXSEXSEX!
we were part of something ours,
and ours alone
anywhere is home
we're almost here again <---Almost Here is the name of TAI first album, this would have been about the time Midtown ended…I think...maybe...which makes me wonder if maybe William and Gabe were together when Midtown was JUST ending, broke up after Almost Here was released, and are getting back together.
we're almost here again
we're almost here again
right here, right now


PRELYRIC NOTES: While a Cougar is a big cat, it is also an older person that you fall for.

When I met you, you were on your back.
We still spend most afternoons like that, <---DO YOU SEE THE CONNECTION?!
but not for long.
I find myself enjoying you,
but you play these reckless games
you'll never lose
as long as I'm around.

Do you want to tie me up?
Do you want to tie me down?
Go ahead and do it now. <---Ok, well that’s just kinky and hot…

So far, so good, let it roll, let it ride, ride.
So far, so good, let us fall, let us fight, fight.
It's no fun on the sidelines.

We both know I'm too young for you, <---William is a good 4 years younger than Gabe.
and when you fake a laugh behind the wheel,
I know where this road is heading to.
When a sunken lie I lay in bed,
but I will live to be twenty-three.
And you'll see just how clever I can be... <---Not sure what this is a reference to, but I THINK that it, again, has to do with mentions of a break up, saying that William made it to 23 years old and he’s getting to Gabe with this album or something…I dunno…

Do you want to tie me up?
Do you want to tie me down?
Go ahead and do it now.

So far, so good, let it roll, let it ride, ride.
So far, so good, let us fall, let us fight, fight.
It's no fun on the sidelines.

Driving backwards, wasting time.
Young love is ruthless, so learn to fly. <---YOUNG would be a connection to his younger days, so again, back to After the Last Midtown Show.
You taught me things I can't forget. <---Of course he did…
I can't walk away, and I can't shake the taste. <---No matter what, he can’t let Gabe go!

Do you want to tie me up?
Do you want to tie me down?
Go ahead and do it now.

So far, so good, let it roll, let it ride, ride.
So far, so good, let us fall, let us fight, fight.
It's no fun on the sidelines.

Don't write a word, cuz I won't reply.

Adventures In A Skate Park...

Today as a part of orientation, we did a service project with a group of people. My group went to go clean up a skate park...I thought it would be uninteresting, but worth it..I WAS SO was DEFINITELY interesting...well at least to me...

To start off, we got to the park and were like ok, so we're cleaning up a skate park, cool...They divided us up, and I was paired with this dude, we'll call him Mr. F ((kudos to anyone who gets the reference)) using GIANT garden sheers to clip back plants and trees. It was fun-ish and he and I got to talking and yada yada yada, and branches were falling on our heads and there were thorns and bugs everywhere, good fun, good fun.

Anyways, while we were working, we were clearing the plants that we had cut back out, and I managed to miss WHERE this happened, as I was throwing burr bushes in to a thicket, but Mr. F found a squeegee, a FUCKING SQUEEGEE in the WOODS by a SKATE PARK! I can say right now, that was kind of hilarious, it wasn't a small hand one either, it was one of the big long ones!

After the initial shock of squeegee discovery, we went back to normalness, and we ended up somehow on the subject of gay rights, and gay straight alliance clubs. Mr. F said that girls were WAY more accepted as bisexuals and lesbians than guys, and I agreed that this was true, but changing, and he was like nah, because girls have the advantage, I mean guys getting together doesn't turn girls on, and I'm standing there in my I <3 Slash Fiction shirt wondering WHAT PLANET IS THIS GUY FROM?! So then, to make things MORE awkward, I proceeded to inform him that I found it appealing...and after me defending it a little, we changed the subject to talk of shady deeds. Fun.

After the whole slash thing, we just kind of went back to work, and we were clearing out this thickety place, and BAM! BICYCLE! Yes, there was a beat up bicycle behind one of the bushes, so Mr. F decided to go get it. He did, and the thing was a defunct piece of SHIT! The back wheel was bent, the chain was off, and one of the handlebrakes was missing. Nonetheless, Mr. F decided to fix it up enough to ride it, so he got a mallet from the people fixing the picnic tables and got the wheel back in shape. Then he had ME put the chain back on because I was wearing gloves, so that was good fun...anyways, he managed to get it in to rideable shapes and I got attacked by burrs.


Friday, August 22, 2008

You've Got Everything Goin' For You So I'll Go For You With Everything I've Got!

Alright ladies and gentleman! THIS IS in fact, a PICSPAM post. I am SO sorry that it has taken me so long to update! Work got CRAZY and then packing for college...or more denying that I was going by NOT packing...and then actually packing...and then GOING and then UNPACKING (Which took about 1/3 of the packing time...funny how that works...) and now I'm here freaking out because I miss rain and good coffee, so this is my random picspam with random comments! All of these pictures were on my computer BEFORE today.

<--- RUBIK'S CUBE! Because let's be honest...we all LOVE to be confused by these fuckers! Or maybe that's just me...I MISS my Rubik's cube! why, WHY did I leave it back home?!

<--- CORSAGE THAT I MADE! Because yeah...I"m semi talented, it worked! I swear! I made it for my friend because no one had ever given her one before and being me, I wasn't going to buy it because then there was the possibility that someone else would have the EXACT same one...and I couldn't have that!

<--- LLAMAS IN A CAR! This has made the picspam because...oh...IT'S LLAMAS IN A CAR! HOW IS THAT NOT WORTH PUTTING IN A PICSPAM? It's like Snakes on a Plane...only Llamas in a Car...I've had it with these motherfucking Llamas in this motherfucking car!

<--- FIRE EXTINGUISHER! Ok, just because I seem to be the only person with a fire extinguisher obsession doesn't mean that I will hide it! FEOAP! Fire Extinguisher Obsessive and Proud!

<--- TOUR POSTER! Because it's BILL AND TED only with The Academy Is... and We the is that not basically the BEST concert tour poster in the history of the world, part one? That's right, IT IS!

<--- BABY WOMBAT IN A HAT! Because it's so fucking cute.

<--- PIGEON! I miss seeing pigeons everywhere...I actually took this picture! *gets excited* what's that? It sucks? ANGST FOR ME! Anyways, yes, piegeons should be EVERYWHERE, thus there is one on my blog now.

<--- THE BEAST! Just because he/she/it is THE BEAST and my friend made it and I kind of stole...well I mean she knows that I have it, so I guess that's ok, but anyways...the beast is just the beast...thus awesome. We actually used him as the example for Wild Beasts in a Seder a couple of years ago.

<--- EMO BOY! Because no picspam should be complete without the token emo child! So here he all of his emo glory...

Well this concludes round one of picspam (I will probably do these every so often with pictures of things I miss, am thinking about, maybe even more that I take! Who knows! oh, and the title of this blog is a line from After The Last Midtown Show by The Academy Is...

Sunday, August 3, 2008

10 Things I Love About Film! (My Top 10 Favorite Movies At The Moment)

So for those of you who know me, my top ten favorite movies change A LOT based off of new movies that I've seen or just plain getting sick of the old top 10! However, my first two haven't changed in forever, so I think that they're pretty least for now. In this post, I will be counting down, so yes, I will be starting with 10 and going down to my favorite's pretty generic and potentially uninteresting to you, but for someone like me, it's important to have this post! Basically, this is going to be 10 mini movie reviews...hopefully you guys don't find it too boring!

Number 10 - Sunshine (2007)
Director: Danny Boyle (other works include 28 Days Later and Trainspotting)
Writer: Alex Garland (other works include 28 Days Later)
Starring: Cillian Murphy, Rose Byrne, Cliff Curtis, Michelle Yeoh, Hiroyuki Sanada, Chris Evans and Troy Garity.
Rating: R
Genre: Adventure/Sci-Fi/Thriller
Crappy Havah Kinny Plot Summary: 50 years in the future, the sun is dying and the earth is stuck in a solar winter. A team of astronauts and scientists went in a ship (the Icarus I) to detonate a bomb the size of Manhattan Island in the middle of the sun to restart it, however, they never returned and nothing changed. Seven years later, another team (Icarus II) heads off. Naturally, things don't go as they were planned to, and decisions have to be made in order to keep the mission on track.
Why I Like It: The environmental issues are just one of the things that make this movie what it is. The acting performances of this small but mighty cast blew me, and the majority of my friends, to outer space (pun intended.) The issues faced relating to morality and sanity are also HIGHLY intriguing, not to mention the edge-of-the-seat sensation caused by the thriller portions! In the end, this movie rendered me (and two of my friends) unable to speak, let alone leave the theater immediately. I was crying, and my friends were both shaking...that is the kind of impact that this movie is truly amazing.

Number 9 - Lords of Dogtown (2005)
Director: Catherine Hardwicke (other works include: Thirteen and the upcoming Twilight)
Writer: Stacy Peralta (other works include: Riding Giants and Made In America)
Starring: John Robinson, Emile Hirsch, Victor Rasuk and Heath Ledger.
Rating: PG-13 (But I like the unrated director's cut better.)
Genre: Biography/Drama/Sport
Crappy Havah Kinny Plot Summary: This movie is based off of a true story about teenagers in the 70s who took the surfing style and brought it to land in the form of freestyle skateboarding; which is basically extinct now. This story follows some of the BEST freestyle skaters, Jay Adams, Stacy Peralta (yes, the writer was one of the skaters) and Tony Alva as they go from slum life teenagers skating on a team for their local skateboard shop to sporting brand name skater paraphernalia for nation-wide companies.
Why I Like It: The acting in this movie is excellent, and having one of the original Z-Boys so involved with the making of it makes the movie, story, and characters so much more real. Also, I really enjoyed the way they shot the skating and the surfing...all in all it's just a good movie to watch with some friends...or alone, if you're lame like me.

Number 8 - Cool Runnings (1993)
Director: Jon Turteltaub (other works include National Treasure and While You Were Sleeping)
Writer: Lynn Siefert, Michael Ritchie, Tommy Swerdlow and Michael Goldberg
Starring: Leon Robinson, Doug E. Doug, Malik Yoba, Rawle D. Lewis and John Candy.
Rating: PG
Genre: Comedy/Family/Sport
Crappy Havah Kinny Plot Summary: When an Olympic hopeful sprinter, Derice Bannock, is tripped accidentally by a fellow runner in the Olympic trials, he convinces his best friend and two other sprinters who were tripped and this disqualified, to form the first ever Jamaican Bobsled Team. They also manage to convince a man who lives on the island and knows more than a thing or two about bobsledding, to coach them. They go through a series comic challenges, and end up in Calgary with in igloos and Eskimos and penguins, and ICE!
Why I Like It: In short, this movie is good clean fun. It is hilarious and I don't think that there is another movie that has me laughing as hard as I do when I watch this movie...every single time!

Number 7 - The Ballad of Jack and Rose (2005)
Director: Rebecca Miller (other works include Personal Velocity and Angela)
Writer: Rebecca Miller (other works include The Private Lives of Pippa Lee and Proof)
Starring: Daniel Day-Lewis and Camilla Belle.
Rating: R
Genre: Drama
Crappy Havah Kinny Plot Summary: Jack and his daughter Rose live all alone on an island that was once a commune. Jack home school's Rose, they work very hard to keep their little commune running, and in their free time, the protest housing and condo building near them! However, Jack decides that it's time Rose got to know other people, so he invites his mainland girlfriend and her two teenage sons to come and live with them. As a result, Rose has her first introduction to OTHER people, OTHER teenagers, and jealousy.
Why I Like It: The screenplay truly is original, the acting is PHENOMENAL, then again, what can you expect with Daniel Day-Lewis, and the story, while STRANGE, is captivating and educational in a's a story about people, and there don't seem to be enough of those.

Number 6 - Fifty Pills (2006)
Director: Theo Avgerinos (other works include fishing for love)
Writer: Matthew Perniciaro (other works include Standing Still)
Starring: Lou Taylor Pucci, Kristin Bell and John Hensley.
Rating: R
Genre: Comedy
Crappy Havah Kinny Plot Summary: Scholarship college student Darren Giles loses his scholarship when his wealthy roommate, Coleman, throws a party in their dorm room. He tries to rake up enough money for tuition, but he runs short...Coleman, feeling as bad as someone like him can, leaves Darren 50 pills of ecstasy and a beeper. Normally straight-laced Darren has ONE day to sell the drugs and make enough for his college, and the people that he meets along the way make things...interesting.
Why I Like It: My god, this movie is one of the funnies things that I have EVER seen in my life! It may be short, but the length is made up for by the plethora of hilarious supporting characters and comic/awkward situations! Also, I will not deny that several of my favorite actors/actresses show up in this charming little indie film!

Number 5 - Thumbsucker (2005)
Director: Mike Mills (other works include Paper Boys and Does Your Soul Have A Cold?)
Writer: Walter Kirns (novel) Mike Mills (screenplay)
Starring: Lou Taylor Pucci, Tilda Swinton, Vincent D'Onofrio, Keanu Reeves and Kelli Garner.
Rating: R
Genre: Drama (IMDb says comedy as, I disagree.)
Crappy Havah Kinny Plot Summary: Teenaged Justin has no friends, no motivation, no hobbies, and no life...his vice: sucking his thumb. His overdriven father decides that it is time for him to STOP sucking his thumb, and with the help of a hippie orthodontist, a debate team coach, and Ritalin, he does...but at what price?
Why I Like It: Like some of the other movies on my list, this movie is riddled with my favorite actors and actresses. Also, the plot conveys a VERY important messages about not only life as a teenager, but what effect drugs like Ritalin and Concerta have on faces teenager issues such as sex, pot, parents, and ADD.

Number 4 - Brick (2005)
Director: Rian Johnson (other works include The Brothers Bloom)
Writer: Rian Johnson (other works include Evil Demon Golfball From Hell)
Starring: Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Matthew O'Leary, Nora Zehetner, Noah Segan, Noah Fleiss, Lukas Haas, Megan Good and Emilie De Ravin.
Rating: R
Genre: Crime/Drama/Mystery
Crappy Havah Kinny Plot Summary: When the ex girlfriend of high school senior Brendan is found dead, he goes undercover in a drug ring to try and find out not only who killed her, but who set her up to be killed. This movie is basically Film Noir set in high school...and it uses the film noir language with a modern twist to it!
Why I Like It: The complexity of the characters make this movie impossible to watch just once...or twice...ok, it's fucking addicting! I love the subtle hints, the foreshadowing, the ambiguity of certain situations...not to mention the heir of mystery, the twists, the characters and the acting. Also, the slang makes everything just a little bit more fun!

Number 3 - Elephant (2003)
Director: Gus Van Sant (other works include Good Will Hunting and Finding Forrestor)
Writer: Gus Van Sant (other works include Last Days and Paranoid Park)
Starring: John Robinson, Elias McConnell, Alex Frost and Eric Deulen.
Rating: R
Genre: Crime/Drama
Crappy Havah Kinny Plot Summary: This movie follows around several high school students on what at first seems to be a typical morning. As the plot slowly unfolds, we learn more about the characters and more about the people that surround them everyday.
Why I Like It: This movie is shot and edited in an AMAZING and unique style using lots of steady cam and repetition shots, only in different points of view. The acting is all done by underrated or even first time actors, and was the first film for many of this actors. Also, this movie has a VERY strong message to it about an issue that isn't faced anywhere NEAR enough. While it may seem boring to some, I couldn't have turned it off had I tried.

Number 2 - Mean Creek (2004)
Director: Jacob Aaron Estes (other works include The Gifted and Summoning)
Writer: Jacob Aaron Estes (other works include Nearing Grace)
Starring: Josh Peck, Rory Culkin, Trevor Morgan, Ryan Kelley, Scott Mechlowicz and Carly Schroeder.
Rating: R
Genre: Crime/Drama
Crappy Havah Kinny Plot Summary: When 14 year old Sam tells his older brother Rocky that he is being bullied at school, Sam, Rocky and Rocky's friends decide that it is time to teach this bully a little lesson. The boys, along with Sam's unknowing girlfriend, Millie, take George (bully) on a boat trip to try and grant him his comeuppance, but when things don't go as planned, these teens are stuck on the most scarring adventure of their lives.
Why I Like It: A whole slew of my favorite actors appear in this movie...the acting is excellent, the story is a little scary and a bit eye opening, but I'm going to have to say that one of the best things about this movie is the way that it was shot; the contrast between light and dark as a theme is so subtle that I missed it the first time, but after that I started to see it, and when you look closely enough, there is so much more to this movie than initially appears.

Number 1 - The Emperor's Club (2002)
Director: Michael Hoffman (other works include Some Girls and One Fine Day)
Writer: Ethan Canin (novel: The Palace Thief) Neil Tolkein (screenplay)
Starring: Kevin Kline, Emile Hirsch and Embeth Davidtz.
Rating: PG-13
Genre: Drama
Crappy Havah Kinny Plot Summary: This is the MOTHER LOAD of inspirational teacher movies! Some people complain that it is too similar to the Dead Poet's Society, but really, they have nothing in common. This movie is about a Western Civ. teacher at a prestigious private high school. He has always been one of the most respected teachers in the school; revered by all...until a problem child who's father doesn't love him enough shows up and begins to wreak havoc upon the school, his classmates, and his teacher. Mr. Hundert decides to make this student his project, convinced that he will be able to turn the boy into a scholar just as he had all of his other students; what he is not prepared for is failure.
Why I Like It: I LOVE all of the facts about ancient Greece and Rome, some of my FAVORITE actors give stellar performances, and the story is entertaining, heartbreaking almost, but with an INCREDIBLY inspiring tone to it. It is almost nothing like ANY of the other movies I love, but for some reason, I never tire of it!

Friday, August 1, 2008

This For That, And I Forgot The That...Part II

Yes, you heard correctly! This is when I post the next 15 questions from the next 15 chapters of Heartbreak and Tarot Cards! OH MY GOODNESS! Haha, again, some of them will have pictures...I hope...Maybe...haha, we'll see I guess! Ok, but it seems that I messed up somewhere in the first part, and also there's an author's note as chapter 20, so this will start with chapter 17 and go to 35 I think, so actually, it's more than 14 questions...maybe, considering that, for some reason, some of these chapters don't have questions...which is a little odd, I must admit. Then again, I am odd, so that might be the reason for the randomness and weirdness!

Chapter 17 - Stop in the Name of Love Before I Break Your Arm
Q: If You Had A Sunbear For A Pet, What Would You Name It?
A: I would name it Jasper...yes, Jasper, after the character in Happy Campers, "Jasper was our sensitive counselor, seemingly shy, actually sly, a lot more than meets the eye." I mean come on, what else would anyone POSSIBLY want to name a sun bear? I think that a better question would be how would you go about acquiring a sun bear as a pet, because the answer to THAT would be valuable information! Why didn't the author ask that instead? Oh...because I am the author...and I didn't think about it until I was answering this question.

Chapter 18 - With A Little Help From My Friends
Q: Is The Canoe Wood or Aluminum?
Well it depends on what canoe we're talking about...if it's Joe and Kevin's canoe...wood. Definitely wood.

Chapter 19 - I Love You More Than I Hate Cheese Spray
Q: Have You Seen Ghost World?
HEE! YES! I LOVE THAT MOVIE!...and Brad Renfro, he really, truly is AMAZING, and I really miss him...even though I didn't know him personally...unfortunately.

Chapter 20 - Author's Note
Q: Is There A Question?
A: Why no, there's not.

Chapter 21 - Strip Yahtzee and Nick the Bumblebee!
Q: What's Coming Next?

Chapter 22 - Boys With Purity Rings Don't Buy Condoms
Q: Will They Go For It, Or Will Nick's Visual Turn Him Cold Fish?
Oh, fish! That reminds me of this boy I like who works in the seafood department at the - wait...back on task Havah...the question...hmm, I think that it will turn him into frozen tuna!

Chapter 23 - Cinematic Erotica and Belt Trauma
Q: Would You Ever Buy A Hat With A Fish On It (As In Like A Stuffed Animal Fish That's Really A Hat)?
Psht, what kind of question is that? Who in their right mind would buy a hat with a fish on it? I mean that's just absurd! I mean do they even make hats like that?! THEY DO?! That is just unbelievably stupid...oh wait...I"m being informed that I, in fact, purchased a hat with a fish on it...and what's this? I've actually been known to wear it?! REPEATEDLY?! Oh my...

Chapter 24 - The Great Juice Spill Excuse
Q: What Are Some Tragically Famous Couples?
Oh crap...well aside from the ones that I listed in the story...uh...I don't know! My brain is off, OFF I TELL YOU!

Chapter 25 - In Which Nick Panics, Like Me In Biology!
Q: I Give Up On The Questions, No One Answers Them Anyways
A: Well that didn't turn out to be true...

Chapter 26 - Danger, Sex Appeal, and Joe's a Badass!
Q: Who Is Excited For Prince Caspian, And Which Of The Guys (Caspian, Peter or Edmund) Do You Think Is The Sexiest?
Oh my goodness! It's all about King Peter the ABSOLUTELY magnificent! I mean come on...let's be honest, William Moseley (who plays Peter) is not a great actor, but he is HOT! AND he looks spiffy without his shirt on! (See my blog post The Name Of The Game Is I Like It Like That for more on William Moseley.) Skandar Keynes isn't bad either though...

Chapter 27 - In Which Miley Learns Of Love
Q: Which Would You Rather Read? Caspian/Peter or Peter/Edmund
In all honesty, moviewise, Peter/Caspian because they had SO much chemistry, but Peter/Edmund would be hotter.

Chapter 28 - So Different, So Similar? No Way!
Q: Has Anyone Seen Speed Racer? Is It Worth My Money?
Well I don't know about everyone else, but I have NOT yet seemed Speed Racer, so I guess that I deemed it was not worth my money...or maybe I just never got around to it, I don't remember!

Chapter 29 - If You Want Me, Take Me, DAMNIT!
Q: Have You Heard OF Or Heard The Band ANYTHING BUT JOEY?
Yes, I have...and I kind of really, REALLY love their music, especially their song Sight Reading...however they do seem to have some strange sunburn fetish, which is weird, but makes for good songs...about sunburns.

Chapter 30 - Nick Finally Becomes A Man, Sort Of
Q: What Is The Best Remedy For A Sore Throat?
In all honesty, I'm going to have to to choose the overly cliche tea with lemon and honey, while I may not like the taste of honey, especially in my tea, it will make those sore throats feel a little bit better! That or HALL'S Throat Drops...which most people don't like, but I can handle the taste for their help!

Chapter 31 - When Joe and Kevin Nearly Screw in the Loo
Q: Has Anyone Heard Of The Movie MEET BILL Starring Aaron Eckhart, Elizabeth Banks, Jessica Alba, Timothy Olyphant, Todd Louiso and Logan Lerman?
Hear of it? Why yes, I have! Hell, I've even seen it, and let me tell you, if you haven't, you most DEFINITELY should, it's one of the funniest movies that I've seen in a long time, and I LOVE to laugh...and you should too! I mean come on...who DOESN'T want to watch Aaron Eckhart pretending to be high? Or watch Timothy Olyphant get shot at by a deranged fan? Or watch Logan Lerman strip down to women's lingerie? Ok, I could have done JUST fine without the last one, but all that I have to say about this film is? APOLOGIZE! APOLOGIZE!

Chapter 32 - Caution: Hot Boys
Q: Do You Know The Muffin Man?
Why no, I do not!

Chapter 33 - Joe Crows and Nick Cries A Lot
Q: What Is Your Favorite Beverage?
It's all about the root beer, baby!

Chapter 34 - And The Melodramatic Return of Melodrama
Q: What Is Your Favorite Independent Film?
Oh god, I LOVE indie films...what is my favorite one?! Probably Mean Creek, I LOVE that movie and it's my 2nd favorite movie, so I guess yeah, that's gonna have to be it!

Chapter 35 - Third Time's The Charm...Or Not...
Q: Do You Think That My Friend Will Come Through And Save Joe's Life?
Well seeing as there are about...30 more chapters to this story, I'm going to go with yes, she probably did...or the next thirty chapters are Kevin angsting about his fallen love.