Military people never seem to apologize for killing each other yet novelists feel ashamed for writing some nice inert paper book that is not certain to be read by anybody.
Leonora Carrington (via maxkirin)
Because a solider can only kill you once. A book can kill you every time you read it.
May have been the losing side. Still not convinced it was the wrong one.Mal (via whedonesque)
It was the first time I was met at the gate by a guy holding up a card with my name on it. I felt instantly more important. The man led me to a small pizza place in the middle of the airport, where he told me I’d be waiting for the rest of the people showing up today to arrive. There were already four other giant people sitting at a table; one was watching the TV as the other three fiddled with their cell phones. “We have forty-five minutes before our last person arrives. Try not to wander off,” the man informed me just before he walked off.
That’s actually a running joke on set. Whenever someone’s like, ‘I don’t understand why my character would do this,’ or, ‘This feels awkward,’ the director — or whoever — will be like, ‘Guys, this is a show about werewolves. Just do it.’
Ryan Kelley [x]
And this is why the show is fucking terrible. The people running it don’t even care if things make sense. They think it’s a joke. Congrats on embarrassing yourselves, Teen Wolf crew. You guys are all fucking idiots. May you never find work in TV show production ever again.