Powwow addict, currently experiencing withdrawals. Metalhead, also into stuff. Ask away, kiddos.
Thank you grandmother for questioning my American relatives when they said they didn’t think Native Americans should be in “their” schools and classes because they’re taking up “valuable resources/money that could be spent on us”
Thank you grandmother for making them squirm and stutter as they tried their best to not sound like massive racists when you asked “Who’s us?”
I JUST FOUND MY DAD’S MUGSHOT AS THE FIRST IMAGE IN GOOGLE IMAGES
oh, I’m also the first image that pops up when I search my name
When you search Jason Gregory Melton
Yeah, you get my old man in all his former short haired glory
Then you search Jason Gregory Melton II
Wowza, thank goodness I look mildly attractive in Google Images
I guess you can say that the two (II) makes a difference
Mandy Patinkin considers Inigo to be his favorite role of all time, and one can hardly blame him; in the midst of such a hilarious yarn, Inigo’s fight to avenge his father is perhaps the most moving subplot of the film. But there’s another layer to this tale: it turns out that not long before taking the part, Patinkin’s own father had died of cancer. He said that while filming the final duel between Inigo and Count Rugen, he imaged it as a fight between himself and that cancer. That whole habit of art imitating life allowed Patinkin the opportunity to truly mourn his father. So if watching that scene doesn’t already make you tear up, it probably will next time. If it already had you crying, you’ll be weeping into buckets from now on.