"Anyway, this also introduces Mystique's version of the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants, which happens to be the most ass kickity version of the group (even if Pietro's not in it :P). Uh, they're not a very close-knit group at first, though. Pyro and Blob do NOT get along, Blob doesn't like taking orders from a chick, Avalanche has to save Pyro from getting his face smashed in by Blobsie (er, though, considering the way he was drawn in this issue, that may have been an improvement...)-- actually, all of their problems seem to stem from Blob :P "
My cat loves me, which makes typing relatively difficult.
I hate having to worry about English class, I hate writing essasys, and I can't stand it when English becomes history class because I really suck at history.
That coupled with that fact that writing an essay about a movie that I didn't see the ending to is irritating.
In the movie Becket, King Henry's attitude toward, and relationship with, Thomas Becket is portrayed as changing drastically and rapidly from one of unadulterated love, to one of complete malice and hatred, and finally to one of regret. However, due to the complexities of their relationship, Henry often finds these feelings of love and hate overlapping in such a way that both confuses and torments him.
What do I think? I think it sucks, that's what I think.
There's nothing like a panicked Helena worrying in your ear to make you realize that you absolutely, positively know nothing about physics because you don't pay any attention in class.
Helllllllllloooooooo fifth period rush...