Thursday, April 7, 2011

The Review Garden: Tops of 2010

Okay! Time for the first official review on the site!

... 'kay, so this is technically a repost of a review from a few months ago b-b-but!— I have a good reason for it!

For those that don't remember this, these are my tops of 2010. Unfortunately, I was extremely sick and heavily medicated at the time so... ya. Several things didn't really have much to say, including one section that was literally half written without even realizing it. So I cleaned it up, added some details and some pretty pictures.

Plus, this will give all you newcomers a good idea about who I am and what I like.

Also, some of the things here are not suitable for children. I talk about things that have blood, gore, swearing and sexual content. Anything with links that are Mature or not suitable for children have been marked in red.

Also it doesn’t matter when they were put out. The point is that I saw, listened to or read them that year.

Monday, April 4, 2011

Real new look and some other stuff

So. Um. The last few days are a bit of a blur. I remember a small hyperactive horse-thing with pink curly hair singing about friendship, and then hitting me on the head with a... "magic friendship wand". I remember small flashes of purple, glitter and having the strangest craving for a salt-lick. When I came to, my room was painted in pink florals and there were hoof prints everywhere. I'd call the cops but I don't think they would believe me.

Anyway, here is the REAL new look, which... technically isn't "new". I changed a few images around, added images to the new page, got some things in order, etc.

I still have a busy bunch of weeks ahead, so wish me luck.

Oh, and I hope you guys have been showing at least a little support to the insane things going on in the world (take that how you will). I know that things are getting worse over in Japan, with this disaster being called worse then Chernobyl now.

I'm sure by now you've all heard of different organizations you can donate to, so I won't bother making a list. Heck, even my neighboring college, SAIT, has been running a few charities and activities.

In other Canadian news... It's April. And it's still snowing.


Now, if you'll excuse me, I have a salt-licking glitter fiend to hunt down.