Anonymous said: I hear you about how Tumblr in Action is addicting! It's in part fascinating, like watching a huge train wreck, and in part, hugely scary because I'm sure that a good percentage of people posted there have college degrees or are studying to get one, and... no, just no.
I choose to believe that most people that are featured on there are 15 and they just don’t know any better, but I know that a lot of them are in their 20’s and beyond. It’s really just bewildering to read some of this stuff!
I can’t stop reading TumblrInAction. It’s seriously addicting. I have so many filters and blocks that I tend to forget what is going on outside my Tumblr bubble.
My favorite thing about reboots (although this Mad Max is apparently technically not a reboot as it’s supposed to apparently take place somewhere between or after the 3 original movies)? Getting to see something new from your favorite series in theaters.
I was thinking about that when I left the theater after seeing Dawn of the Planet of the Apes. I love the original series but it’s never going to be new to me again and I most likely won’t even get to see it on the big screen. I am just really glad that I’ve had the chance to see all of the new Planet of the Apes movies (yeah, even the very first shitty one) in theaters.