- Therapist: So I'm glad you could all make it tonight. How was everyone's week?
- Tumblr #1: I've been.......ok. I posted about how depressed I was and I got like 1000 reblogs and tumblarity went up. I mean, I think might be higher than anyone else's....
- Tumblr #4: Oh shut up! The system is flawed. Tumblarity means nothing. No one likes you anyway!
- Therapist: Hey! Do not take your anger out on others in the group. This is a safe place. Why don't you share what is making you so angry?
- Tumblr #4: Well so I was just sitting and blogging like I always do and I was blogging about how fucking awesome I am because I am an atheist and all these jesus freaks started freaking out. They're just dumb. They can't accept that my opinion in the best.
- Tumblr #2: Www....why...why can't we all just keep religion off tumblr? You know, why can't we just be one big happy family?
- Therapist: I think we could all learn from tumblr #2's positivity.
- -Tumblr #3 is holding back tears-
- Therapist: Tumblr #3, are you ok? Would you like to tell the group why you are crying?
- Tumblr #3: -sniff- Well...I was just reading through my formspring and.....people were being so mean. They said I was ugly, they said my photography was horrible, they said the music I listened to sucked. They were just so horrible......so I deleted my tumblr.
- -everyone gasps-
- Tumblr #4: OH MY GOD, IF YOU DELETE YOUR TUMBLR, YOU DIE IN REAL LIFE. YOU ARE GOING TO DIE!!!!!
- Therapist: Tumblr #4! That is not true! And please, turn your cap locks off. This is not the time and place for them.......So, does anyone have anything to say to tumblr #3?
- Tumblr #1: Well I deleted my tumblr this one time but I came back after like an hour. And it was ok. Everytime I threaten to delete it again, everyone freaks out and tells me I'm really amazing and it makes me feel good. And my tumblarity goes up and don't delete it.
- Tumblr #2: I've never deleted my tumblr and I don't even follow you tumblr #3, but I think you should come back. Everyone probably misses you.
- Tumblr #4: People who delete their tumblr's are a bunch of pussies.
- Therapist: -sigh- I think that is enough for tonight. Good work everyone, keep blogging and I'll see everyone next week.
A - Age: 19
B - Bed size: twin
C - Chore you hate: cleaning my room
D - Don’t eat: anything healthy
E - Essential start your day item: music, a newspaper and the maury show =]
F - Favorite board game: wtf?
G - Gold or Silver: whatever looks good
H - Height: 5’7
I - Instruments you play(ed): none
J - Job title: student
K - Kid(s): 0
L - Living arrangements: with the moms
M - Mom’s name: Edna
N - Nicknames: Rob, Robby (or Robbie), Fag
O- Overnight hospital stay other than birth: none
P - Pet Peeve: smokers, drinkers, conceited people, people who walk slowly, homophobes
Q - Famous Movie Quote: “I don’t want to make any mistakes.” “Then you’re in the wrong species, love. Be a dog.” - PS I Love You
R - Right or left handed: right
S - Sibling(s): 2 brohers - 1 sis
T - Time you wake up: usually around 8am
U- Underwear: none =D
V - Vegetable favorite: Lettuce (throw some salt on that bitch!)
W - Ways you run late: if i’m late, i don’t go!
X - X-rays you’ve had: my teeth and my spine (it’s curved a bit)
Y - Yummy food you make: ramen
Z - Zoo favorite: i don’t fuck with animals
On October 12th, the first new Michael Jackson song to emerge since the world mourned the loss of this musical icon will be released – a brand new single entitled “This Is It.” Soon after, Sony Music Entertainment’s Columbia/Epic Label Group will release the two-disc album This Is It featuring the music that inspired Sony Pictures’ forthcoming film MICHAEL JACKSON’S THIS IS IT. This two-disc album will be available internationally on October 26th and North America on October 27th to coincide with the worldwide release of the motion picture which arrives in theaters on October 28th and runs for a limited two-week engagement.
“This song only defines, once again, what the world already knows - that Michael is one of God’s greatest gifts,” comments John McClain, co-producer of the album.
Disc one will feature the original album masters of some of Michael’s biggest hits arranged in the same sequence as they appear in the film. The disc ends with two versions of the never-released “This Is It.” This song is featured in the film’s closing sequence and includes backing vocals by Michael’s brothers, the Jacksons.
Disc two offers previously unreleased versions of some of the artist’s classic tracks. This disc also features a touching spoken word poem from Michael Jackson entitled “Planet Earth” that has never been heard before.
The two-disc This is It is a stand-alone companion to the motion picture and includes a 36-page, commemorative booklet featuring exclusive photos of Michael from his last rehearsal.
The motion picture MICHAEL JACKSON’S THIS IS IT will offer Jackson fans and music lovers worldwide a rare, behind-the-scenes look at the performer as he developed, created and rehearsed for his sold-out concerts that would have taken place beginning this summer in London’s O2 Arena. Chronicling the months from April through June, 2009, the film is produced with the full support of the Estate of Michael Jackson and drawn from more than one hundred hours of behind-the-scenes footage, featuring Jackson rehearsing a number of his songs for the show. Audiences will be given a chance to discover the man they never knew through this privileged and private look at Jackson. In raw and candid detail, MICHAEL JACKSON’S THIS IS IT captures the singer, dancer, filmmaker, architect, creative genius and great artist at work as he creates and perfects his final show.
Kenny Ortega, who was both Michael Jackson’s creative partner and the director of the stage show is also directing the film, which is being produced by Randy Phillips, Kenny Ortega and Paul Gongaware. Executive producers are John Branca and John McClain. The film will be distributed worldwide by Sony Pictures Releasing.
Tickets for the limited two-week engagement of the film go on sale beginning September 27. For more information about the motion picture, please visit the website www.thisisit-movie.com.
- reading it for 24/7 non-stop would take 57,000 years; reading it every night for 10 minutes would take 8,219,088 years.
- it would be a book weighing 1.2 billion pounds, and 10,000 feet tall.
- it would require 45 million ink cartridges - that’s half a million liters of ink. If those liters were fuel, it could power a 747 for 18,000 miles - that’s a flight from Ney York to Tokyo…the LONG way around.
- you would need enough paper to cover half of Long Island - about 7,000 square miles.
- …from a single inkjet printer, it would take 3,805 years. (If the Ancient Babylonians started printing in 1800 BCE, they would be done right about now.) If everyone in America printed a portion, it would take 6 minutes, 36 seconds.
- you would have to sacrifice 40,000 trees - almost twice as many as there are in Central Park.