Category Archives: “social construct” is a social construct

Love streaming

I have becomes totally obsessed with livestreams of TV shows. There exists sites to stream things, live. Some GENIUSES decided the best things to do this with are…TV shows. Whole series, running in loop, 24/7, and then repeating. The first … Continue reading

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Never let go

I spent this past Saturday consuming media from the late 90s – Hellmouth Happy Hour was Graduation Day, Part 2, from 1999, and then I promptly went to the movie theater to see Titanic in 3D. I had never seen … Continue reading

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Fandom, part 2

This is the addiction, see. Now that I’ve watched the whole thing twice through, and I’ve read interviews and profiles, I’ve made it all the way through DSS (don’t click on that). I’ve hung out on tumblr, I’ve seen the … Continue reading

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The Kids are all right, I guess

The Kids Are All Right was the one movie I really felt like I had missed this year. I meant to see it in theaters, but it came out around when I was moving around a lot, and somehow it … Continue reading

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The Pinkest of Fridays

Let’s talk about the new Nicki album! That first song is such a total jam, such a struttin’-in-high heeled-boots song, that it took a while before I realized that, and it kills me to type this, its not a home … Continue reading

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What Thanksgiving Means To Me

Oh, Thanksgiving. That most heartstring-tugging of holidays. Union Station was a crowded, stressed-out mess, but the grouchy woman who handed me my Amtrak ticket still told me to have a wonderful holiday, like the metro announcer who announced “Doors left … Continue reading

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See “Friendship”

“Mark Zuckerberg, defining our relationships” my friend Dylan said when I showed him the new “See Friendship” button on Facebook. But then he, too, spent several perfectly usable minutes floating around Facebook, seeing what picture MZ’s algorithm’s had picked as … Continue reading

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