Logan & Veronica: Perfectly Flawed

Oct 19
skimthrough:

tell the world that we finally got it all right. logan/veronica. {listen}

1. falling for you - the 1975 • you’re all i need, don’t you see me now? i think i’m falling, i’m falling for you
2. georgia - vance joy • and i could easily lose my mind, the way you kiss me will work each time, pulling me back into the flames, and i’m burning up again
3. breathe me - sia • be my friend, hold me, wrap me up, unfold me, i am small and needy, warm me up and breathe me
4. new york - snow patrol • if you were here beside me, instead of in new york, in the arms you said you’d never leave, i’d tell you that it’s simple and it was only ever us, there is nowhere else that i belong
5. drove me wild - tegan and sara • when i imagine you, i think of that room and it drives me wild, your face relaxed, your voice a whisper in my ear, and it drives me wild
6. like a river runs - bleachers • when i fall asleep i can see your face, what i lost in you i will not replace, and i could run away, i could let them down, but i will remember your light 
7. home - ingrid michaelson • this is my home, where i go when i don’t know where else to go, i know everything about this place, it wears your face, even when my body blows away, my soul will stay
8. do i wanna know? - arctic monkeys • maybe i’m too busy being yours to fall for somebody new, now i’ve thought it through, crawling back to you
9. latch - disclosure feat. sam smith • how do you do it, you got me losing every breath, what did you give me to make my heart bleed out my chest? i feel we’re close enough, i wanna lock in your love, i think we’re close enough
10. out of the woods - taylor swift • but the monsters turned out to be just trees, when the sun came up, you were looking at me, i remember, oh i remember, are we out of the woods yet?
11. where we belong - thriving ivory • hold on, we’re gonna make it if it takes all night, hearts racing like a rocket at the speed of light, don’t fight it, we’ve been running for far too long, we’re going back where we belong
12. dust to dust - the civil wars • you’re like a mirror, reflecting me, takes one to know one, so take it from me, you’ve been lonely, you’ve been lonely too long, we’ve been lonely, we’ve been lonely too long
13. shine - benjamin francis leftwich • i could wrap you in your favorite clothes, and kiss your face just so you know, that i’m the one who has got your back, now turn around and don’t be sad
14. i choose you - sara bareilles • i’ll unfold before you, what i’ve strung together, the very first words of a lifelong love letter, tell the world that we finally got it all right, i choose you, i will become yours and you will become mine, i choose you
listen @ 8tracks.

skimthrough:

tell the world that we finally got it all right. logan/veronica. {listen}

1. falling for you - the 1975 • you’re all i need, don’t you see me now? i think i’m falling, i’m falling for you

2. georgia - vance joy • and i could easily lose my mind, the way you kiss me will work each time, pulling me back into the flames, and i’m burning up again

3. breathe me - sia • be my friend, hold me, wrap me up, unfold me, i am small and needy, warm me up and breathe me

4. new york - snow patrol • if you were here beside me, instead of in new york, in the arms you said you’d never leave, i’d tell you that it’s simple and it was only ever us, there is nowhere else that i belong

5. drove me wild - tegan and sara • when i imagine you, i think of that room and it drives me wild, your face relaxed, your voice a whisper in my ear, and it drives me wild

6. like a river runs - bleachers • when i fall asleep i can see your face, what i lost in you i will not replace, and i could run away, i could let them down, but i will remember your light 

7. home - ingrid michaelson • this is my home, where i go when i don’t know where else to go, i know everything about this place, it wears your face, even when my body blows away, my soul will stay

8. do i wanna know? - arctic monkeys • maybe i’m too busy being yours to fall for somebody new, now i’ve thought it through, crawling back to you

9. latch - disclosure feat. sam smith • how do you do it, you got me losing every breath, what did you give me to make my heart bleed out my chest? i feel we’re close enough, i wanna lock in your love, i think we’re close enough

10. out of the woods - taylor swift • but the monsters turned out to be just trees, when the sun came up, you were looking at me, i remember, oh i remember, are we out of the woods yet?

11. where we belong - thriving ivory • hold on, we’re gonna make it if it takes all night, hearts racing like a rocket at the speed of light, don’t fight it, we’ve been running for far too long, we’re going back where we belong

12. dust to dust - the civil wars • you’re like a mirror, reflecting me, takes one to know one, so take it from me, you’ve been lonely, you’ve been lonely too long, we’ve been lonely, we’ve been lonely too long

13. shine - benjamin francis leftwich • i could wrap you in your favorite clothes, and kiss your face just so you know, that i’m the one who has got your back, now turn around and don’t be sad

14. i choose you - sara bareilles • i’ll unfold before you, what i’ve strung together, the very first words of a lifelong love letter, tell the world that we finally got it all right, i choose you, i will become yours and you will become mine, i choose you

listen @ 8tracks.

Oct 19

hanitjemars:

The Un-American Graffiti (and a bulk of season 3) was the worst episode of Veronica Mars, Couch Baron from Television Without Pity REFUSED to recapped the episode a decade ago.

I found it hilarious and he was correct. If I were him, I would refuse to even watch the episode too.

I know the episode wasn’t written by Rob Thomas, but was written by Robert Hull. But still, how the hell Rob passed this episode to be filmed, I would never understand. Saw Hull’s imdb, and a bit surprised that he’s written some of the bad episodes from various shows like OUAT. I don’t understand how Hollywood works…

Oct 19
87yearswillbeouralways:

You could become homesick for people too….

87yearswillbeouralways:

You could become homesick for people too….

Oct 19

| T.E.R.E.S.A |

• 17 years old
• Glader
• Named after Mother Teresa

Subject A1 has caused suspicion and uneasiness among majority of subjects . Difference in gender and assertions of unpopular opinion have prompted strong distrust in all, except for Subject A2 . They appear to inherently understand one another, but remain confused at the mutual instinct.

WCKD advised to closely monitor development of relationship .

[x]

Oct 19

With you, I know I’m home

Home by ZZ Ward

Oct 19
neptunerising70:

alonelytruth:

Is it just me? Or are Jason’s wife’s boobs showing… 😱😳

OH. Oh my God … 

neptunerising70:

alonelytruth:

Is it just me? Or are Jason’s wife’s boobs showing… 😱😳

OH. Oh my God … 

Oct 19

Also…The 100

Why did no one convince me to watch this sooner???

Oct 19

Random Parenting Post/Question

Sooo…how pre-teen proof are the parental controls on Windows 8?

My son got himself in a shitload of trouble today.  We took his computer for the next month but I want to make sure that when he gets it back, his restricted access is as foolproof as possible.

Anyone?

Oct 19

Cute VM Scenes: Veronica’s blue tracksuit and bun

Oct 19
ghostcat3000:

absolutelyiris:

This was in my drafts for the longest time, don’t know why I hadn’t queued it!  To me, this was a direction season three should have taken. Like season two with the Duncan b-plot, there was so much hinting at some fallout throughout (in this case, it was Veronica’s recklessness/general paranoia/attitude), with no payoff in the end. In fact, the only kind of payoff we get for anything is Veronica costing Keith the election and that was at the end of the series which was, arguably, too little, too late. We were told in the movie that Veronica’s detective work ruined her relationships and what not but did it really, other than the election? She still had her friends, had a boyfriend AND an ex pining for her, the FBI internship…yes, the sex tape caused some season one-esque embarrassment, but that didn’t have much to do with her detective work, IIRC.  There was a lot of discussion on TWoP and LJ during season three’s airing about how utterly bizarre Veronica’s behavior and attitude was- the recklessness, the distrust, the smugness, her attitude towards people who didn’t deserve it, etc- considering college should have been her ‘blank slate,’ and there was a lot of “SURELY this is leading somewhere!” …except it didn’t. Veronica was always right, even when she wasn’t, there was no fallouts from her behavior that stuck (even when Logan dumps Veronica because of said recklessness, he takes her back and ends up getting dumped to “right” that “wrong” since in season three, Veronica can’t be the wrong party), and the season carries on.  I personally thought it would’ve been interesting to have the b-plot instead of relationship drama, be Veronica’s own recklessness actually, you know…affecting her relationships- pushing Wallace/Logan away, straining her relationship with her father, costing her new friends like Parker, etc. so by that last shot of Veronica walking alone, there’s really a feeling of “oh shit, she’s back to square one.”  One of the more heartbreaking scenes of season three was Veronica’s face when Logan was dumping her- she had no clue it was coming. Logan’s words don’t even register, she’s completely taken aback by what he’s saying. She willfully oblivious in addition to everything else and there’s no continuation or payoff. To show that there had been lasting and permanent damage to herself after the events of everything pre-series would have been dark and heartbreaking, and would’ve made her stability and return more triumphant, in my opinion. I know I’m likely in the minority, but to me, it would’ve been far more interesting than what we got in season three and KB would’ve killed it. It seems like a missed opportunity.

also for bryrosea's tags:

#Alllllll of this#S3 is the ultimate exercise in wasted thematic potential#SO much potential#so little payoff#Veronica is not always in the wrong (as some fic writers have it)#BUT SHE’S NOT ALWAYS RIGHT EITHER#why write an emotionally complex character#and then shy away from the consequences?#grrrrr#Season 3

Veronica was diamond hard season three. She went into Hearst fighting, even though she didn’t need to, and basically never fucking stopped.
The thing I find so confusing about this season, is that the writers don’t see Veronica as being in the wrong or even being that different. RT said in some interview that fans seems to be misremembering who Veronica is— she was never nice, she was always abrasive, hard. And Diane Ruggiero said in some chat, Don’t you know she’s (Veronica) always right? They believe this. I don’t understand how they could? Your favorite characters are allowed to be wrong, to be imperfect. That’s what makes them your favorite characters, no?
When I first started watching Season Three, I thought that they were doing an interesting inversion of Season Two, where rather than seeking normalcy, Veronica was embracing her outlaw side, with equally disastrous results. It made sense in a way, now that she was no longer in an environment where her pariah status justified her attitude, she overcompensated, became harder, less forgiving. As the season progressed, I realized that wasn’t what they were going for at all but justified the characterization as transition, set-up for the next big stage of the show. LOL, well, that didn’t happen.

ghostcat3000:

absolutelyiris:

This was in my drafts for the longest time, don’t know why I hadn’t queued it!

To me, this was a direction season three should have taken. Like season two with the Duncan b-plot, there was so much hinting at some fallout throughout (in this case, it was Veronica’s recklessness/general paranoia/attitude), with no payoff in the end. In fact, the only kind of payoff we get for anything is Veronica costing Keith the election and that was at the end of the series which was, arguably, too little, too late.

We were told in the movie that Veronica’s detective work ruined her relationships and what not but did it really, other than the election? She still had her friends, had a boyfriend AND an ex pining for her, the FBI internship…yes, the sex tape caused some season one-esque embarrassment, but that didn’t have much to do with her detective work, IIRC.

There was a lot of discussion on TWoP and LJ during season three’s airing about how utterly bizarre Veronica’s behavior and attitude was- the recklessness, the distrust, the smugness, her attitude towards people who didn’t deserve it, etc- considering college should have been her ‘blank slate,’ and there was a lot of “SURELY this is leading somewhere!” …except it didn’t. Veronica was always right, even when she wasn’t, there was no fallouts from her behavior that stuck (even when Logan dumps Veronica because of said recklessness, he takes her back and ends up getting dumped to “right” that “wrong” since in season three, Veronica can’t be the wrong party), and the season carries on.

I personally thought it would’ve been interesting to have the b-plot instead of relationship drama, be Veronica’s own recklessness actually, you know…affecting her relationships- pushing Wallace/Logan away, straining her relationship with her father, costing her new friends like Parker, etc. so by that last shot of Veronica walking alone, there’s really a feeling of “oh shit, she’s back to square one.”

One of the more heartbreaking scenes of season three was Veronica’s face when Logan was dumping her- she had no clue it was coming. Logan’s words don’t even register, she’s completely taken aback by what he’s saying. She willfully oblivious in addition to everything else and there’s no continuation or payoff. To show that there had been lasting and permanent damage to herself after the events of everything pre-series would have been dark and heartbreaking, and would’ve made her stability and return more triumphant, in my opinion.

I know I’m likely in the minority, but to me, it would’ve been far more interesting than what we got in season three and KB would’ve killed it. It seems like a missed opportunity.

also for bryrosea's tags:

Veronica was diamond hard season three. She went into Hearst fighting, even though she didn’t need to, and basically never fucking stopped.

The thing I find so confusing about this season, is that the writers don’t see Veronica as being in the wrong or even being that different. RT said in some interview that fans seems to be misremembering who Veronica is— she was never nice, she was always abrasive, hard. And Diane Ruggiero said in some chat, Don’t you know she’s (Veronica) always right? They believe this. I don’t understand how they could? Your favorite characters are allowed to be wrong, to be imperfect. That’s what makes them your favorite characters, no?

When I first started watching Season Three, I thought that they were doing an interesting inversion of Season Two, where rather than seeking normalcy, Veronica was embracing her outlaw side, with equally disastrous results. It made sense in a way, now that she was no longer in an environment where her pariah status justified her attitude, she overcompensated, became harder, less forgiving. As the season progressed, I realized that wasn’t what they were going for at all but justified the characterization as transition, set-up for the next big stage of the show. LOL, well, that didn’t happen.