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Aug 20th
10:13 am
Zac out and about  








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Not posting the eating ones cause that is veering towards stalkerazzi since I can't tell if the photog went inside or not. And no, per a source and contrary to a rumor that is apparently floating around twitter, they aren't looking for a house for Dylan…
 
 
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abigail80831abigail80831 on August 21st, 2012 06:07 am (UTC)
First his hats I think have become a part of his uniform. I want to see him without one, his hair looks kinda short on the sides, I wan to see it.
Second for some odd reason his shoes remind me of bowling shoes. O_o
And third yes, bb needs to get a job. I wonder why he hasn't picked something yet. :(
countessm3countessm3 on August 21st, 2012 01:36 pm (UTC)
I'm very concerned about how Zac thinks of himself and his career. He can't be happy with his career right now. It seems he's been doing movies he wasn't really fond of. While I don't believe tabloid crap, I think he might actually fall for partying lifestyle if he doesn't find any work soon.

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Bingo. Zac has an overflow of energy (maybe even mania) that can make him either very productive OR very destructive. If he finds a creative outlet for this energy - projects, etc - then he will amaze us with how much he can accomplish in a given time; he is the type of individual that can produce multiple projects at a very rapid rate. But, if he doesn't have anything to capture his imagination or demand an expenditure of all that energy, he will turn it against himself. It must out itself one way or another, and if he doesn't spend it on projects he will spend it on late nights and illegal substances (self-medicate).

"The connection between creativity and addiction is nearly as legendary as that between creativity and madness. Many people expect creative individuals to abuse substances and are hardly surprised upon discovering that yet another famous artist has ended in a rehabilitation facility or died from a drug overdose. A recent New York Times oped piece (Mehlman, 2005), commenting on Philip Roth's remarkable late-age productivity, marveled at the fact that Roth has not yet been tied to “performance-enhancing drugs.” The implication here is that if Roth is not “juiced,” like O'Neill or Capote, how could he possibly have written four of his best novels after the age of sixty?"

"Like other talented and creative people, many actors use and abuse drugs, often as self-medication. Sometimes they risk addiction."

http://theinneractor.com/actors-and-addiction/



Miranda gives everyone a chance: zac2mirandagirll on August 22nd, 2012 03:37 am (UTC)
lol
Gillian loves lemoñadé.invisible_cunt on August 26th, 2012 03:47 am (UTC)
you are too invested in this dude's life
especially for someone of your age