November 18th, 2008


Technically, this counts as a Tuesday entry

You know, the premiere widget thing was boring as all hell, and yet, it was like... what if something does happen? Collapse )

Meanwhile, apparently opposing groups of shippers broke into a screaming match: "TEAM JACOB WILL RIP YOUR SPARKLY DAMN FACE OFF!!"

E!Online: Twilight's World Premiere Rocks Los Angeles. "I have never seen anything like this at a movie premiere. Or heard anything like it." Whoa, I hadn't seen the red half of Kristen Stewart's dress.

This Wednesday on South Park: "Butters is sure he’s seen a vampire at school but he can’t get anyone to listen to him. Meanwhile, the Goth Kids are angry and frustrated when the other kids can’t tell the difference between a Goth and a Vampire."

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No sparkle motion footage leaked! I AM SHOCKED

Okay, we're back. If you missed it due to the LJ outage (and you keep up with the Twi-spam), go back and read last night's Twilight premiere entry. It's a post where Cloverfield, Tyra, tomorrow night's South Park and an alternate-universe True Blood collide, let's put it that way. Also, the anti-Twilight commentfest is still going, so don't miss that. (Speaking of that, apparently batman_lulz has joined in now.)

(lissomelle: "Just wanted to pop in for a mo' and say... all trolling reports regarding the poll comments are pretty much true. Twatlight came in eventually, but this one was pretty much solid ONTD.")

(Yeah, but Twatlight is here: Robert Pattinson Answers YOUR Questions! Well, not anymore he won't.)

(Okay, 'fess up: How many of the irate commenters on the "Disney's obsession with Bolt" entry are y'all?)

Meanwhile, lunylucy braved the hordes and got a Sparklypoo t-shirt signed. (The back story on Sparklypoo.)

Looks like Twilight premiere fuggings are starting to go up, so keep an eye out for those.

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Protect me, Galadriel!

I feel the need to address a couple of misconceptions in this MSNBC article:

1. The name of my journal/blog/site, whatever you want to call it, is Occupation: Girl. "Cleoland" is my silly little wiki where I organize material from the journal so I can find it again or link to an explanation of something (who's who in my life, in-jokes, whatever.) Because there are only so many times you can go fishing around for the actual Meadow of Great Sparkle text or "He's a 108-year-old virgin, so obviously he's got some issues there" quote before you just go, "My life would be so much easier if I had a list somewhere."

2. I do actually write about things other than Twilight. Not that you would know it from the last couple of weeks, but I do. NO, SHUT UP, I DO! Sometimes I... write about other vampire-related media?

... Shit.

I really am going to have to go ahead with the Watchmen for Dummies primer I wanted to do, aren't I? Just to defend my own good name.

(Oh holy God, my cover's been blown again. Don't get me wrong, I'm flattered and appreciative of the mention. I'm just... shy? Maybe that's it? Please don't come over here and eat my face, Twihards. I'm really not freesia-flavored tasty, I swear.)

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Where did my evening go?

Welcome, MSNBC readers! This is the kind of entry I wrote--still do, obviously--before Twilight ate my brain. I also post the occasional movie parody at m15m and put out a book of them overseas a couple of years ago. (Yes, I have promised to write "Twilight in Fifteen Minutes" or die trying.) Feel free to friend the journal, comment or lurk as you please, and enjoy your stay!

(Uh, y'all? I went back and looked at one of my old entries, and... the userpic wasn't mine. I'm not even sure who was in the picture. It seems to have eaten my favorite Reiko Shimizu icon--I think I've heard about this kind of glitch before? I'm just saying... if you see an icon that looks out of the ordinary for my style... that's why. It's a glitch. I don't usually have guys in my icons, for example.)

(It might have been Jackson Rathbone? Even Livejournal glitches know that I write about Twilight? I'm kind of scared now?)

I keep meaning to post variations on this story and forget, so: Ancient Vampire Killing Kit Sells For 15K. (How is the garlic still fresh?) For those of y'all who remember the Black Ribbon novel I'm still working on--man, I would love one of those.

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