today was a total mess.
i cried, my head hurts and didn’t feel like i wanna be here or anywhere else alive or seen.
i just wanted to disappeare and come back when i’m okay.
but after that a friend came and made my night.
she offered me a good job with even better atmosphere and salary.
maybe some things will change, maybe finally i’ll find a good job… and if i have a good job, my life will be better.
but friends…oh.. they are so far away from me, and near my city there are only mates.
maybe a friendship has started tonight.
good things come in good time.
after a round of Insanity, I fell in lazyness again. After i’ll hand in my thesis, this should be my bible for what I want.
You know when people give advice, they’re only talking to themselves.
I’ve been following along with True Detective since I read io9’s explanation of the tie between the series and Robert W. Chambers’ 1895 supernatural short story collection, The King in Yellow. At that point, we didn’t have a lot to go on—a few clear references to the collection, and one or two hints that things might not be entirely as they seem.
As the series continued, it became obvious that the supernatural elements were secondary to the real-life horror the show portrayed. Still, they never faded completely out of view. Now that ‘Form and Void’ has aired and the mystery is as solved as it’s likely to get, we can look back at the series and see what still can’t be explained.
Let’s take a look at Audrey Hart and Rust Cohle, and head deep into the realm of spoilers.
dying for water.
did it again.
just 2 weeks left!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!4