Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical (hermionesviolin) wrote,
Elizabeth Scripturient (the delinquent, ecumenical
hermionesviolin

3 more classes left (only one and a half of which are real classes).

Midnight Movies at the Coolidge

Buffy The Vampire Slayer Sing-A-Long
Fri May 27


The return of our one-of-a-kind Sing-A-Long production of everyone's favorite monster-fighting cult TV show, Buffy the Vampire Slayer! We'll give you "Something to Sing About" at this special screening of Joss Whedon's classic musical episode, including goodie bags full of interactive activities (and plastic vampire teeth, of course), subtitles so you can sing-a-long with Buffy and the gang, our ringleader cast from Queer Soup (creators of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer's High School Reunion") who will guide you through the night... and bunnies! Ahhhhh!
After the singing, stick around for an ultra-rare screening of the original Buffy pilot episode, featuring a totally different Willow and vampires that turn into chalk! Buffy parties like this are popping up all over the country, but it originated here at the Coolidge in a stunning sell out show last year. Don't miss out on the fun!
At lunch today, we were talking about hating people and getting angry and so on.  I don't understand this redirecting energy thing.  If i'm angry about something, my energy is focused on that.  I usually have to write up a thorough rant before the energy really dissipates, and until i get it out of my system i have difficulty focusing on anything except what i'm angry about.  (When i get really upset about something, it's consuming.  We're not talking just annoyed here, but the kind of anger that gets talked about as a driving force.)  Anger is not a transitive property.  For me anyway.  I'm curious as to how other people operate, though.  Hence, poll.  (And by "nonfunctional" i don't necessarily mean catatonic, but have in mind more my personal experience of being consumed by it such that it's difficult to focus on anything else.)

Poll #482385 redirecting angry energy

When you're really angry about something, you... [check all that apply]

use that energy for something relating to the object of your anger
0(0.0%)
redirect that energy
1(10.0%)
do something to dissipate the energy
0(0.0%)
are nonfunctional until the anger dissipates
3(30.0%)
Other (please elaborate in comments)
1(10.0%)


Monday, May 2 (the last day of reading period)
5-7pm: Eng. Dept. party
Location: Field House
Food: Dim Sum from Great Wall
Entertainment: The Distractions
sk8eeyore: icons and pooh_bear_icons

And scrollgirl has Wonder Woman icons, for anyone who's interested.
Tags: coolidge corner theatre, icons: made by others, planning ahead, polls, tv: btvs: musical episode: sing-a-long
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