I am in finance actually.

At Mays, for the first two years you don’t have a declared major. At the end of your sophomore year you declare your major and I chose finance since as I’ve said, I like doing stocks and bonds calculations.

I just hated all the bullshit general classes they make you take at Mays. Glad it’s done with now.

But I still feel I should have been an English major…maybe I can try for a minor???? I also want a film minor too and that’s hard as fuck to fit into my schedule. :(

Sometimes I think I should have been an English major.

I like business, but the main reason why I like business is the philosophy behind it all, the scandals, and just the over the top ridiculous things that happen in business. And I also like doing the financial calculations, no seriously I do. I like the formulas and I like doing those and I like doing the algebra. I really loved figuring out stocks and bonds. Calculating the present value, future value shit. And then marketing is always interesting to learn about. 

That’s about all I like in business. 

It sucks how I have to try and get like every internship out there and get a fuckload of recommendation letters from professors just to get my first fucking job. 

This semester, I’m going to go to office hours waaaaayyyyyy more. 




Jack and the Beanstalk- as told by a two year old




This changed my perspective on Jack’s story.

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The sex scene between Rust and Maggie breaks my heart so much when I think about it.

Re-watching the sex scene, you can see Rust resisting Maggie at first, but eventually he gives in because deep down, Rust wants some type of human connection and he wants someone to care about him. And for that brief moment when he’s with Maggie, he really truly believes that Maggie cares for him.

But then he realizes that Maggie only used him just to get back at Marty. And seeing Rust’s face upon that realization breaks my heart so much. He liked Maggie because Maggie would engage him in ways Marty wouldn’t. Now because of Maggie, he has two less friends in the world.

Another reason why this scene haunts me a lot is because I can relate to Rust a lot. Being sexually used only to find out it was just for selfish purposes and not because the person actually cared for me. It’s really heartbreaking.

I’m sorry if I’m repeating stuff that’s already been said, but I just had to write this.

I’m framing this and hanging it up on my wall.

I’m framing this and hanging it up on my wall.

One of the things from True Detective that has really gotten under my skin is the whole “Time is a flat circle” line and M-Brane theory.

When I was little, my mom actually did tell me that time repeats all the time. We go through the same life all the time, over and over and over again.

Then in senior year of high school, I actually did discuss this with a friend of mine, but it didn’t have the effect that it has on me now.

Now I realize how horrifying this theory is. It gets to the point where I get tears in my eyes.

I shouldn’t be complaining, I’ve lived a privileged life. A life far better than a lot of people. But the whole notion of repeating everything over and over again for eternity is horrifying. Repeating the same mistakes, going through the same tragedies, and heartbreaks. And there’s no fixing it because we experience this life as if it’s the first time we’re going through it. So we don’t know what will happen despite going through all this an infinite number of times.

Human existence is the ultimate horror story.

I think I remember that…

Question for True Detective Fans:

What is the explanation behind Rust looking at his eye in that little mirror he had on his wall?

I’m just wondering if I missed something.

My mom had abdominal surgery yesterday so she’s on bed rest right now.

She sat outside in the family room today and I tried to cheer her up a bit by telling dumb jokes and shit. Just make her smile.

She told me to shut up pretty much.

I can’t help by cry right now. Sometimes I don’t even know why I try.

Let’s talk about Rust’s achingly well-fitting detective attire. All of the other detectives wore schlubby suits and shirts, but not Cohle—at least, not in the ’90s timeline.

Cohle was such a complex character, and yet I knew he’d be so simple in the way that he dressed. It was all about utilitarianism for him. That’s what made him comfortable. We certainly didn’t want to dress him toward a particular fashion. In the mid-’90s, men were wearing pleated pants. Suits were boxy and squared out. That was nothing that Rust was going to be interested in. He was going to want to go to one store and pick up one of each item of clothing and wear them all indefinitely. But just to be frank? It’s Matthew McConaughey. He’s sexy. There was going to have to be some sex appeal there. - Jenny Eagan, True Detective costume designer (x)

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Rustin Spencer Cohle is hot as hell.

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For a guy who sees no point in existence, you sure fret about it an awful lot.

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