My Hopes for Blood of Olympus


  1. Someone Kicks Octavian’s ass
  2. No One Dies
  3. Nico Doesn’t Die
  4. Nico gets a boyfriend and is happy for the rest of his life
  5. You think I’m playing Rick? Nico is to Live.
  6. Reyna to be happy
  7. Octavian to be put in his place
  8. Leo keeps his promise and is happy
  9. Jason and Piper are happy
  10. Gaea gets her earthly ass kicked
  11. My hope is that Rick doesn’t kill me too much because lets face it; we’re going to hurt in this book.


Sources say Magnolia, whose sister company 2929 Productions financed the film, became the default distributor when no other company would take the bait. In fact, since December, CAA — which reps the movie, Bier, Lawrence and Cooper — has held three private screenings featuring three different cuts of the Depression-era film. Says one top buyer, “The film was so edited, it made no sense.” Another called the performances “uneven, particularly Lawrence’s [descent into madness]” as the childless wife of a timber baron.

The Hollywoood Reporter - Lost Jennifer Lawrence-Bradley Cooper Movie

This does not sound good :( 

(via girlwiththeflowers)

Not gonna lie, this describes my feelings about the book… I was hoping the movie would be an improvement but it doesn’t sound like it…



September 17th 1787: US Constitution signed

On this day in 1787, the United States Constitution was signed in Philadelphia. The document was thus adopted by the Constitutional Convention, which included George Washington, Alexander Hamilton and Benjamin Franklin. It was later ratified by the states and came into effect on March 4th 1789. The Constitution sets out the rules and principles that govern America to this day, and defines the powers of the three branches of federal government and the states. The first 10 amendments, known as the Bill of Rights, were ratified in 1791 and established basic rights of citizens, including freedom and speech and religion. The Constitution has since been amended 17 times, giving a total of 27 amendments. America’s is the oldest written constitution still used today.

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America”