"Yeah, the first Dostoevsky I read probably has the saddest and most abrupt ending I've ever read. I won't tell you which one in case you read it and it ruins the ending because you see it coming. Side note: I still basically…"
"Ohthanks. I'm not too familiar with Dostoevsky, BUT I've been meaning to read things by him for awhile. I also can't even pronounce his name in my head, it's just this weird jumble of sounds that begin with a D.
"Well, I don't know if John is still doing question Tuesdays on VlogBrothers, but if he is, I wanted to ask a question, but I don't know where the common place to ask them is. I'm fairly sure if I post a question in…"
"I don't even remember the specific channel I begun on.
It was either Hank on SciShow talking about carbon being a tramp, or a random vlogbrother video - and I really like all of their channels.
So yeah. :)
I heard about John Green's books…"
"So hi guys.
I need to figure out this site a bit. And meet some interesting nerdfighters.
I like science and books and music and the universe and whales and trains and Bradbury and cinema and Carl Sagan and cereal and existing as a…"
Tis very simple. This is a group for all those nerdfighters who wish to make movies, like to talk about movies, review movies, make videos, and anything else similar! Yay! Join up, if you wish! :DSee More
For people who love to make films, and make weird film references, and love to point out "Ooh look at that dutch angle!", who can't get enough of the editing cave, who worship Final Cut Pro and After Effects.... No one is going to join this...
I'm a collection of organic molecules called Carl Sagan Caitlyn.
I also hate my hanem. Name. I was typing name.
If I had a hanem I would probably hate that too.
Favorite Books, Movies, Music, and more
Movies; Harold and Maude, The Science of Sleep, Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Metropolis, Alphaville, Sherlock Jr., Submarine, Iron Giant, Treasure Planet, Spirited Away, Howls Moving Castle...I'll stop now.
Books; I won't even begin.
Authors; Ray Bradbury, Franz Kafka, Jean-Paul Sartre, T.S. Eliot, Jules Verne, Neil Gaiman, and Cornelia Funke. I am currently acquainting myself with Vonnegut, Faulkner, Atwood, Salinger, and Steinbeck.
I also love young adult fantasy, and children's books, and Arthurian legend, and philosophical fiction (Sartre, Camus), and history, and epic poetry, and Lucretius, and Physics and dear god why am I still typing.
This whole box is really really dull. I swear I intended to leave it empty, but there is a really demanding asterisk looming over it.
What's your favorite thing to put on your head?
If you could do your happy dance with anyone who would it be with?
Franz Kafka - he needs cheering up sometimes, and I need a time machine.
When did you start watching the Vlogbrothers?
Make up your own DFTBA initialism!
Dinosaur's For The Banjo Alliance
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Yeah, the first Dostoevsky I read probably has the saddest and most abrupt ending I've ever read. I won't tell you which one in case you read it and it ruins the ending because you see it coming. Side note: I still basically pronounce his name that way. Haha. As soon as you mentioned cheering Van Gogh up I thought about the fact that I still need to hang up my poster of the Expoding TARDIS that I bought recently, so we're clearly on the same page there. I have no idea if "askngjrngu4" is supposed to be an expletive or what else it might be. Maybe it's a code. I'll let you know if/when I crack it.