Neymar’s Alternate Universes
It wasn’t a dive. It only looked like one on TV. [Spotted by Luis]
That explains way better why he fell
This is my puppy Sgt. Pepper. We found out just days ago he has cancer and bad. So I get to keep him company on my days off. (Taken with Instagram)
Technicolor. (Taken with Instagram)
I am very tender. (Taken with Instagram)
Under the lights. (Taken with Instagram at Huntington Park)
Take me out to the ball game. (Taken with Instagram at Huntington Park)
I am a movie theatre projectionist. I love my industry. It’s truly something special.
I have always loved the movie experience. Going out on a Thursday night to see that next big flick with hundreds of strangers. That’s what’s so amazing about watching a movie in a theatre that will never be recreated at home. You sit down in a large auditorium, next to people you don’t know. Everyone so excited to see this story and vision play out in front of you. There’s nothing like jumping as a group at a scary part of a horror movie, or laughing uncontrollably at the new comedy. Superhero movies especially bring about some of the best experiences because the groups who come to see them all have that one common thing. Most are very much into the comics and many know canon stories forwards and backwards. Seeing those people come together and just talk and enjoy a movie is so fantastic.
This is what makes last night’s events in Aurora, Colorado so tragic, to me. A place that is supposed to be safe and secure for people to enjoy themselves was tainted by fear and death. My heart aches for those victims and the ones affected by this tragedy. A fun night out with some of the closest strangers many will meet was torn apart by one individual.
To those who lost their life, are fighting for their life, and the families; my prayers and deepest condolences are with you.