Jerry: Elaine danced?
George: It was more like a full bodied dry heave set to music.
Jerry: Did she do the little kicks and the thumbs?
“Miniature topographies inside 200-gallon fish tanks, based on traditional landscape paintings. Keever fills the tanks with water once he’s sculpted and placed the miniatures, and colored lights and pigments create dense, atmospheric environments. He views his works as an evolution of the landscape tradition and deliberately acknowledges the conceptual artifice.”
Personally, yes. I would do the program a thousand times over if it meant meeting and being with the friends I’d made. The good outweighs the bad every time, at least in this case. I think you should really weigh the pros and cons of your decision before you go. Yes, the work was tough and some days felt impossible…but that’s not what stuck with me at the end of the day. The friends and memories I made are the things that I gained from the program, and I wouldn’t take those back for the world.
So I’ve been getting a lot of anons eager to hear about the brighter side of my Disney College Program experience. I made a post a while ago talking about my time actually working with the company, and how it was a major drag. I don’t want to rehash, but if you’re interested in reading that, it’s tagged as DCP within my blog somewhere.
To begin with, if you want a good idea of how many memories and friends I made while on the program, you can literally watch it here. My roommate Amy devoted herself to filming our friendships, and it honestly is one of the greatest things to ever happen to me.
— (via goodandcrazypeople)
Ryan Gosling being adorable with the the twins cast as ‘Frankie’ in How to Catch a Monster.
Isabella Rossellini at the Cannes Film Festival, 1990.
— Oscar Wilde (via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)
Me? I was done for eating some pick ‘n’ mix.