I’m quitting life to become a burrito, bbl
Well, it’s about time for finals, so here I am.
Oh hey, it’s my town.
I actually used to live on this very block. While the apartment living situation was kinda shitty, living in a park was amazing. The apartment itself was great, though; I wish we could live somewhere like that again.
Wish it was Christmas today!
If you live south of the city, check out The Beach at the Clayton County International Park. That’s what they used for the arena; you can even check it out on Google Maps.
Hi all! I’ve recently received a lot of attention from this post (now past 165,000 notes) about finding a bit of the Catching Fire set in my neighborhood. In fact, you’re probably reading this because you found my blog that way. Many of you have been asking me questions related to said photo, so I’m gonna answer those now:
WHERE DO YOU LIVE? WHAT IS THE ADDRESS OF THE PLACE WHERE YOU TOOK THAT PHOTO???
Whoa there. Calm down. First of all, that’s pretty creepy. Why would I give strangers the address to a place by my house? This neighborhood houses approximately 0.00% of The Hunger Games’ target demographic and frankly, if you all came here to visit and ooh and ahh over the setpiece, it would not only be obnoxious, but also very unwanted by the community and a bit terrifying. I live in the city of Atlanta and that’s all I’ll say about that.
Did you take that photo yourself?
Yes. It was a one-off thing with my phone, so don’t hate~
Can we be friends?
Maybe! I’m typically bad at social interaction, but if we’ve got stuff in common/live in the same area/you aren’t afraid of a potentially long time between replies, drop me a line!
For the many new followers I’ve gained from the post, here’s a bit about me:
My name is Megan. I’m about to turn 20 and live in Atlanta with my boyfriend and pit bull. I’m a student at a nearby state University and a cook for the local MLB team. Among the things I love are television (SNL, Parks and Rec, Doctor Who, Bones, and the various late-night shows (Fallon, Colbert, Stewart, Conan)), sketch comedy, baking, and more recently, Magic the Gathering. Basically, if something’s nerdy, I probably like it at least a little bit.
Feel free to message me if you’d like to know more or if we have stuff in common! I don’t post as much as I used to a few years ago, but I’m always still around! xx
I’m close enough to graduation that I can plan out my courses for the rest of my college career. CUE FREAKOUT.
♫ i sent a bottle of sparkling apple juice to your house ♫
♫ DID YOU GET IT ♫
We’re happy to finally announce that there will be special screenings of Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor in the US.
Tickets go on sale at 9am Eastern (make sure you understand your timezone - click here if you need a reminder!)
First! Simulcast 3D screenings in 11 cities across the country on Saturday November 23rd. You can buy your tickets tomorrow. FRIDAY OCTOBER 25TH 2013 at 9am Eastern through Fandango.com and Cinemark.com
Second! Additional screenings in 300 cinemas across the country on Monday November 25th. You can buy your tickets tomorrow. FRIDAY OCTOBER 25TH 2013 at 9am Eastern through FathomEvents.com
Whether you’ll be heading to a special screening or watching in 2D at home, straighten your bow ties and grab your sonic screwdrivers as we all get ready to celebrate ‘The Day of the Doctor’!
We’ve put together an FAQ here and we’ll continue to add to it over the next few days.
Here is the list of cities participating in the special Saturday simulcast:
- Los Angeles - Cinemark Rave 18 + IMAX (Los Angeles, CA)
- Los Angeles - Century 20 Bella Terra at Huntington Beach (Huntington Beach, CA)
- New York - AMC Loews Village 7 (New York, NY)
- New York - Regal E-Walk Stadium 13 & RPX (New York, NY)
- Chicago - Century 12 Evanston + XD (Evanston, IL)
- Chicago - Cinemark @ Seven Bridges + IMAX (Woodridge, IL)
- Philadelphia - Cinemark Rave Cinemas University City 6 (Philadelphia, PA)
- Philadelphia - Cinemark 16 (Somerdale, NJ)
- Dallas-Ft. Worth - Cinemark West Plano + XD (Plano, TX)
- San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose - Century San Francisco Centre 9 and XD (San Francisco, CA)
- Washington, DC (Hagerstown) - Cinemark Rave Cinemas Fairfax Corner 14 + XD (Fairfax, VA)
- Houston - Cinemark Tinseltown 17 and XD (The Woodlands, TX)
- Atlanta - Cinemark Tinseltown 17 (Fayetteville, GA)
- Seattle-Tacoma - Cinemark Lincoln Square Cinemas (Bellevue, WA)
- Minneapolis - AMC Southdale 16 (Edina, MN)
In addition to the Saturday simulcast there will also be U.S. cinema screenings of ‘Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor’ in over 300 cinemas on Monday, November 25th. To buy tickets and find a screening near you, go to FathomEvents.com on October 25th at 9am ET.
(Info on Canadian screenings to come.)
Update: UK screening tickets will go on sale tomorrow October 25th at 9am GMT - check your local cinema on the map via DoctorWho.tv
WE’RE GOING WE’RE GOING FAYETTEVILLE IS THIRTY MINUTES FROM ATLANTA, BUT WE’RE GOING!!
Sweet like bear meat turned 5 today! Whoa, guys. Whoa. I’ve been on Tumblr forever.