Friday, June 21, 2013

Doctor Who Theory

       It's been a while. Not too much has happened in the past while and a half, but enough to write a few sentences down. My cousin (Nate Cashkiller) asked me to be in a fashion show for Paul Mitchell the School called "Pantheon," so that's what I'll be doing this weekend. The show is based off of Greek mythology (such as the title suggests) and he wants me to be Demeter, goddess of the harvest. Although the 5-inch wedge platform shoe jetpack things are difficult to walk in, I think I'll make it to Sunday.
       I just got off of and I placed an order for the most adorable bear case thing for my iPod. I'm pretty excited to get it- I've always enjoyed being able to find things I like in the comfort of my home while wearing my give-up-on-life pants (sweatpants).
       Of late, I've been trying out a new sketching style, so be prepared for some new sketches to come online. I'm rather proud of them. I only hope you'll like them as much as hobbits love second breakfast.
        I wonder who the new doctor is going to be. I am a bit of a Hiddlestoner, so I'm hoping it'll be Tom Hiddleston. I guess the bigger question that I have on my mind is why is the doctor getting younger and younger? I mean, the first one was old as dirt. Now Matt Smith, a beautiful 30 year old man, is playing the doctor (to be quite honest, he looks more like 26, which only proves my point further). Is it part of the story? Is it just because they want to cater to adolescent males and females more? Or is it simply because the best actors were among the youngest people? Here's a theory- y'know how doctors 1-8 were all the doctor for a large amount of time (Tom Baker being the doctor the longest period of time)? Well, maybe since he doesn't regenerate as often, his body is given time to age and deteriorate. All of the younger doctors have only been on for a shorter amount of time (the 9th doctor being the shortest, much to my lament and displeasure). Maybe it's just not giving the bodies a long enough time to really age.
         Well anyways, that's my little Doctor Who theory of the day. Let's move on. In the span of writing this blog post, I looked up trending topics to maybe see what was really good to share my opinion on. I have to say that I have no idea what I'm doing. I don't know any of the trending topics of today and that's probably not a very good thing. It might be because I read a lot and end up just watching Mythbusters and Teen Titans GO! every freaking day (well, that or painting/sketching). Maybe I should start talking to more people. Maybe I need to begin to come out of my shell.

                                                           Naaaah. I've got the internet.
          I think it's time for me to sleep. It's 12.54 AM right now and I have a long day ahead of me, so I suppose this is an awkward way of signing off.


1 comment:

  1. Its nice to see you back on your blog again, i think its really cool that you have one, and that you can somehow keep the reader entertained and involved even when you don't have much to talk about. I don't think Tom Hiddleston will be the doctor, i mean, I cant say with complete certainty, the writers may be going for a different theme for the doctor. after all, the doctor started out whimsical and scientific, and now its goofy. I don't know, he could be, but merging to fan bases like that doesn't seem like a very good idea. (a bit of a hiddlestoner? ms.I-like-every-photo-of-him-ever-taken-on-instagram) as for coming out of your shell, you're the most outgoing person i've ever met, besides karston, most people like sitting at home doing their own thing, its a trend, and it has been for like 25 years. don't worry about weather you should or should not be doing something, just do what you're comfortable with, do what you want to do.
    p.s: The first couple girls in the fashion show kinda looked like virgin sacrifices. not sure if that's what y'all were going for, im just saying.