I'm Megan. This is a glee blog but i make no promises that you won't find other things. I also make no promises that you'll get a glee post in a given day.
But hey, I'm a pretty good reblogger. I mean, just look at that cat (Chances are that one of the posts on this page is a cat). So shoot me an ask if you want or don't. Whatever.
Just a warning, I'm not spoiler free and most of the time I can't be bothered to tag. let me know if you're a follower of mine and you need a trigger more carefully tagged though, that I will happily do.
This is starting to feel like an essay so I'm going to leave it at that.
Enjoy your stay
Joss Whedon and George R. R. Martin walk into a bar. Everybody you love dies, Then Steven Moffat walks in. Everybody comes back to life without explanation, re-affirms their heterosexuality, flirts with the main character and the feminist movement is set back 50 years
This is the story of a girl named Rapunzel, and it starts with the sun. Now, once upon a time, a single drop of sunlight fell from the heavens. And from this small drop of sun grew a magic, golden flower. It had the ability to heal the sick and injured.
Waiting hours for a cellphone to charge may become a thing of the past, thanks to an 18-year-old high-school student’s invention. She won a $50,000 prize Friday at an international science fair for creating an energy storage device that can be fully juiced in 20 to 30 seconds.
Everybody, remember this face. Remember this name. If this becomes a commonly used & highly lauded discovery, at some point a White guy is going to take credit, even if he has to word it like “Improved upon a previous…” No no no Fuck that guy. Remember this brown girl. Remeeeemmmmmberrrrr
What about her name? I keep seeing this all over my dashboard, but I’ve never seen it with her name in the actual post and not just in the link.
Eesha Khare. That’s who she is. Not just “Nameless-brown-girl-who-made-something.”