Quote of the Day: 07.31.17
This quote is from Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist by David Levithan and Rachel Cohn. It tells the story of Nick and Norah and this one wild night in New York City. They didn't know each other prior to that night, but through a bunch of weird circumstances, their paths cross. The two authors take turns writing chapters from Nick and Norah's point of view.
In case you guys were wondering, I have not finished packing. I tried to do laundry today, but everyone and their mom in this apartment complex also wanted to do laundry. On top of that, I lost three socks. Where do the socks go?! But as far as accomplishing things go, I have finished both seasons of DC's Legends of Tomorrow.
I know you guys keep up with every facet of my life, but I'm not sure if I ever mentioned it here. Recently, I wrote a piece about whether or not all LGBT representation truly matters over at Cine Suffragette. Which, yeah, whatever. Go check it out. LGBT representation is an issue near and dear to my heart, but in that article I also talk about the issue that's nearer and dearer to my heart; the mysteries of the Cars universe.
Yes, that's right. I care too deeply about the intricacies and deeper meanings of the universe of Pixar's Cars. I need you guys to think about it because nothing truly adds up in that world. I mean, just the tip of the iceberg, why is there a school bus in Cars 3? Like what's a school bus that's built to hold children doing in a world without children?
CARS IS WEIRD, GUYS.
I can only suspend my disbelief for so much, y'know? And I guess Cars is where I draw the line. Anyway, if you wanna fall in this deep rabbit hole with me, watch this incredible video I found last night at 2 A.M. because I can't keep a normal sleeping schedule.