The world stands with Palestine.
Guys, even if you don’t watch Almost Human, please sign this petition.
Fox cancelled the show not due to low ratings or interest, but because of complicated money bullshit that meant that Warner Bros. would get most of the money for syndication and Netflix.
A petition has almost reached 16k signatures to get the show picked up by Netflix, and THEY DIDN’T SHOOT US DOWN. They’re actually considering it. Please help out a fellow fledgling fandom trying to get its feet under it, and if you want, please check out the show and tweet @Netflix to help boost support for it.
Do it for a show that has a disabled main and POC main, some awesome worldbuilding, and cool female characters that were rounding out as the season ended.
If nothing else, click a button for this cutie and his character development.
Bulgaria is the new Quidditch World Champion! Be proud, people!
I originally wanted to go to university at Ball State, in Indiana, USA. Well, I’ve changed my mind, and quite drastically. After a lot of thought and plenty of research, I think I would very much prefer to go to East London for performing arts. I’ve given it minor thought previously but this…
Hey there, I saw this randomly on my dashboard, and decided to try and help out. If you’re looking for a proper performing arts education (I assume its acting-oriented?) you will definitely get more in London, not only because it has some of the best schools, but also because experience opportunities are a tad easier to find.
And that’s not only in London, but all over England, really. And it also gives you bigger chances of applying and being accepted in LAMDA, which is pretty much like the Mecca of performing arts in England. Of course, this is all based on my opinion formed while researching schools when I wanted to study performing arts once upon a time… when I was young.
What kind of worries me about your post is the renting situation and you need to be really careful because there are too many scams online nowadays. £200 a month for a one-bedroom flat is an impossibly low amount for renting in London. That is the average rent per WEEK for a studio. Trust me, I’ve been searching far and wide all over town.
If you have any questions or need help with something, you can always drop a message in my ask box, I’ll be glad to help. Cheers. :)