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Confessions of a Theatre Major

Confessions of a Theatre Major

Hey! My name is Austin and if you didn't figure it out already I am a theatre geek...I live in Eville a middle sized hell on earth...I cant wait to leave this town and go on an adventure.

I attended the "7 times the integral from negative infinity to positive infinity of e raised to the -.5x^2 divided by the square root of 2pi" (th) high school in the US.

Now I attend BSU in "wonderful" Muncie.

I love meeting new people and wanna hear questions from all of you following me...message me...especially if you live far away it makes things more exciting!


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davidmarden:

Liiiiiiiiiiiving for this right now.

davidmarden:

Liiiiiiiiiiiving for this right now.

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ifreakinlovebooks:

lediableaquatre:

fearnotthepen:

I don’t understand why books have shifted from having summaries on the back of the covers to having one-line reviews.

Seriously though. I want to know what the book is about. Not that someone from the Evening Standard thinks it’s a masterpiece. 

I have been waiting for this post my whole life.

THANK YOU

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rl-y:

justlearningasigo:

laughingsquid:

Melting Marshmallow Peeps with a Red Hot Ball of Nickel

This was completely unnecessary and for that I am thankful

I’m laying in bed about to fall asleep and this is the last thing I saw and I’m almost positive I’m gonna have nightmares

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espikvlt:

kloperslegend:

connorratliff:

Game Of Thrones gets auto-tuned and it’s goddamned delightful.

I am fucking jumping up and down and nearly crying this is so cool

hoooooooooooly shiiiiiiiiiiit

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collegeavisual:

French Quarter | New Orleans, Louisiana

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tonyboyajian:

Riding in New Orleans (2013)
A man rides a bike near Orleans Street in the French Quarter

tonyboyajian:

Riding in New Orleans (2013)

A man rides a bike near Orleans Street in the French Quarter

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under-a-r0ck:

Moody Graves, New Orleans, by under-a-r0ck

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danielgreyphotography:

Ordinary Day.

I love the people here as much as I love the newly paved bike paths throughout the CBD.  The versatility of New Orleans is what makes it so easy to love this place.  Everyday when I’d get off of work, back when I worked a 9-5, I would see this guy.  I never engaged him in conversation, I never took his picture.  I literally saw him daily.  I didn’t think anything of this daily sighting.  That is the magic of NOLA.  This is an everyday occurrence.  Not the boobs and booze on Bourbon Street, not daily shootings and being labeled as the most violent city in America.  Seeing a voodoo skeleton/man is the most ordinary thing about my hometown.  I love that truth.  If you’ve ever visited, come back.  If you’ve never visited, make it a priority.  You may not get the cornucopia of various ethnic restaurants as NYC, but you’ll make memories that will last far into your aging.  Memories you’ll be happy to share with your kids, and some for your the water cooler and adults only.

Feb. 2014 | NOLA

danielgreyphotography:

Ordinary Day.

I love the people here as much as I love the newly paved bike paths throughout the CBD.  The versatility of New Orleans is what makes it so easy to love this place.  Everyday when I’d get off of work, back when I worked a 9-5, I would see this guy.  I never engaged him in conversation, I never took his picture.  I literally saw him daily.  I didn’t think anything of this daily sighting.  That is the magic of NOLA.  This is an everyday occurrence.  Not the boobs and booze on Bourbon Street, not daily shootings and being labeled as the most violent city in America.  Seeing a voodoo skeleton/man is the most ordinary thing about my hometown.  I love that truth.  If you’ve ever visited, come back.  If you’ve never visited, make it a priority.  You may not get the cornucopia of various ethnic restaurants as NYC, but you’ll make memories that will last far into your aging.  Memories you’ll be happy to share with your kids, and some for your the water cooler and adults only.

Feb. 2014 | NOLA

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