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16 August 2010 @ 04:32 pm
I'm bored, must be Monday.  
Misha is being snarkalicious on Twitter again, and I love it. ♥

Oh, I randomly found someone that said they hate Misha because they found him rude based on the comments he's made on Twitter and some of the shenanigans that happened at conventions, and I just have to laugh at that. Some people might not get his sense of humor or be interested with him in general and that's fine, but to hate him? Bitches please. That's like saying you hate Stephen Colbert because you don't understand the satire behind his persona as Stephen Colbert. Come on, get real. It's impossible to hate Misha. Hating on Misha is like the equivalent to kicking a puppy, it's just horrible and wrong and there's no reason for it.

So anyway moving on from that, I stole this from cheerful_earl because after the television meme, it's time to move onto books!

Day 01 - A book series you wish had gone on longer and/or a book series you wish would just freaking end already

Samurai Girl by Carrie Asai

It had only six books in the series, and while it's probably enough to tell what needed to be told about Heaven and her story, somehow I can't help but feel like it could have been extended more. However, some series have that boundary line and don't need to go on forever, which I can respect because quality over quantity and all of that. I really enjoyed the series, as young adult books go they were entertaining, and the structure of them were fascinating (illustrations were also gorgeous, ngl).

As for a series I wish would just end, I honestly wish that the ghostwriter for V.C. Andrews would just cease writing underneath her name, or just writing altogether, since he's practically insulting everything VCA did with her creativity and brilliance in writing that I think she'd be rolling in her grave right now. It's just embarrassing.
Current Mood: lethargiclethargic
Current Music: BoA - Hurricane Venus
fate_incomplete: Misha black jacket/sexysmirkfate_incomplete on August 17th, 2010 06:28 am (UTC)
I tend to avoid certain parts of the fandom *cough*anonmeme*cough* as I really don't like the wank, especially the "hate" stuff about adorkable Misha or the J's and their spouses or the wank towards other fans and how they aren't doing the whole "fandom" thing the right way. Tends to just get me all grumpy, so yeah pretty much avoid large parts of the fandom, which is probably sad as I'm sure there are plenty of cool people out there who have genuinely interesting discussions. I largely stick to living in my head, a least if I'm a wanker to myself I probably deserved it...I venture out and chat with those on my flist cause I know they all enjoy similar things to me and are all superfreindlycuddly people...but anyway back on topic I don't understand how any one could possibly hate this insane freaky dork and those super smexy blue eyes, could see how people might not get him and his sense of humour but hate? Nope its a word that seems to get thrown around far to easily. Any way incase you couldn't tell I babble a lot...*hides and hopes she hasn't scared off new friend*....
Renée: Castiel. Prayer Circle!rogueslayer452 on August 17th, 2010 08:16 pm (UTC)
Aww, I don't mind babbling. I do a lot of it myself. :)

But yes, I totally agree with you about the craziness of fandom. Sometimes it seems relatively sane, but then something happens and I'm both scared and ashamed to be associated with those kinds of people, so yeah I kinda bury myself in the sand whenever that happens. I just know from reports from many about the insane shenanigans that happens at conventions or elsewhere that just gives the rest of the saner fandom a bad name, you know? Which is why I stick to my own safety bubble and the other sane fans like myself. :D

ITA about "hate" being thrown around too easily, as well. I think people just don't understand Misha and don't get the love he gets, which would make them not care either way but some of them obviously make huge noise over it. So, idk. People are just strange.