The Ailene's Field Notes

A Manila girl's notes, the music she hears, some photographs (because they're automatically worth a thousand words she doesn't have to type), overheard conversations, and infinite moments compiled. The more formal, edited thoughts in http://www.theailene.co.

August 1, 2014 at 9:01pm
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Christian Bautista’s dressing room. He’s off earning a living, and I’m here making faces.

Christian Bautista’s dressing room. He’s off earning a living, and I’m here making faces.

8:57pm
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Wow wow wow! →

6:47pm
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Guardians of the Galaxy OST →

The soundtrack of the Guardians of the Galaxy was absolutely ear candy. I think that’s the only time you’re supposed to make a sci-fi movie, when you can be generous with your 60’s/70’s hits.

You’re welcome

5:45pm
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I still ask because I just want to remember why I haven't yet. But most days I wish he'd tell me why it's a "no."

Me: So is it time for me to disappear?
Him: Are you asking me or telling me?
Me: Asking.
Him: No.
Me: You sure?
Him: Yeah.
Me: Hmm.

4:10pm
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This Man Is Doing What No Doctor in Mississippi Has the Courage to Do →

Suspend judgment. Read with an open heart.

3:54pm
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Reblogged from sciencevsromance
sciencevsromance:

Between Apes on Monday and Guardians of the Galaxy tonight, it’s been a big week for sentient gun-toting animals in film.
Other thoughts: (1) this was a little less carefree fun than I’d hoped from the amazing initial trailers but I still liked it; (2) every generation gets the “Big Chill Soundtrack” they deserve, and of course, this generation’s is coming from a superhero space opera; (3) one of the funnier jokes is how the people of the Marvel cinematic universe don’t know that raccoons and rodents are in entirely different phylogenetic Orders.
Finally, a cool way to feel old is to stay through the credits and experience the murmurs of confusion from kids around you who don’t recognize the character that shows up in the last scene.

sciencevsromance:

Between Apes on Monday and Guardians of the Galaxy tonight, it’s been a big week for sentient gun-toting animals in film.

Other thoughts: (1) this was a little less carefree fun than I’d hoped from the amazing initial trailers but I still liked it; (2) every generation gets the “Big Chill Soundtrack” they deserve, and of course, this generation’s is coming from a superhero space opera; (3) one of the funnier jokes is how the people of the Marvel cinematic universe don’t know that raccoons and rodents are in entirely different phylogenetic Orders.

Finally, a cool way to feel old is to stay through the credits and experience the murmurs of confusion from kids around you who don’t recognize the character that shows up in the last scene.