They're still making this shit?
hahahaha. i came in here to possibly talk crap. thank you fober.
Expect lots of Harry Pothead headlines in tomorrows papers.
So, there's this:
I'm not sure if it's the greasy hair or the redness around the eyes, but both Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint look to be on lots of drugs in that photo, to me.
And Tom Felton (whose name I had to look up) just looks like a douche.
Wait, you moved Alchemy?
Unfortunately, yes. I finished school and all I could find were internships (which would have been cool, but wouldn't have paid any bills). I'm back in El Paso. I'm looking into law schools, though, and I'd really like to apply to some NYC schools and get back over there... but I might end up going to Austin or Houston for the in-state tuition.
Ah, I see.
I find the internship thing to be hugely troubling in my field of employment. To get a full-time job at a major organization, it is basically required that you commit several months to free labor. They never have any incentive to hire anyone who is entry-level without this internship experience, because there are so many people out there who have the qualifications and are willing to do it. That means that inevitably the hiring process becomes an elitist one where young people who have the luxury of working for no pay are given preferential treatment over those with tighter financial situations. It's an issue that has bothered me for a while, and has only gotten worse in the recent economy.
But in any case, Austin is pretty fun. I would be quite pleased to move there.
You can get arrested for taking a picture of a cop in the UK? a fascist regime, indeed.Police seized the camera after he was arrested for taking a picture of officers as he and his friend John Innis, 20, drove past, the court was told.
He was promoting the Woman in Black, comes out February 3rd.
He looks so growns up