and I find it kind of funny, I find it kind of sad
the dreams in which I’m dying are the best I’ve ever had
I find it hard to tell you, I find it hard to take
when people run in circles it’s a very, very
mad world, mad world
In truth, I opened this blog in hopes of remaining in contact and enjoying old friends while at the same time meeting and getting to know new ones. Tonight, I’ve finally decided to say that I’ve failed at both. My contact with people over the past few months has waned significantly. I perhaps haven’t tried my hardest, but it feels like no one else has either. I’m feeling incredibly isolated and frustrated and angry right now as a result of this. People have lives, I get that, but I would like to be brought into them sometimes. And with everything that I’ve been going through lately, I haven’t had the energy to fight as hard. I’m tired and hurt and this is the cause of the real purpose of this post. I will be leaving this blog for a while. In the morning I will be signing out of the account and I won’t be back for what I anticipate to be quite some time. I won’t delete it because I don’t know if one day I’ll want to come back. However, for now I need to be rid of the constant reminder that I have social networks that don’t facilitate socializing nor networking. If you see this post and want to talk to me, let me know by morning and we’ll figure something out. If not, maybe I’ll see you around someday and if I don’t, travel safe guys.
Why the hell have I suddenly been overcome by this incredible desire to play Pokemon Black/White. After all these years of being ‘done’ with Pokemon and it’s back. What?
Guess I’ll just watch it all burn.
The sad, sad truth.
I don’t know why WB is completely incapable of bringing their amazing array of characters to life, why the keep cranking out CW shows instead of movies. I don’t understand why they keep going to Christopher Nolan for these movies when he clearly has no respect or fundamental understanding of what makes Batman or Superman cool characters. “Man of Steel” was maybe a step in the right direction, but it’s gone down in my estimation as time has passed, and all three Dark Knight movies I just find to be interminable bores whenever Heath Ledger isn’t on the screen.
There has to be another Joss Whedon out there for DC movies. There has to be someone out there with a grander imagination and vision for these characters than Christopher Nolan does. Something is deeply wrong when a studio thinks it’s impossible to do a movie version of one of their most iconic characters.