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It's pretty insane here, because it was snowing so bad in Anchorage that I couldn't see 20 feet in front of me on the highway (whiteout), yet look how many people showed up for the march. I feel terrible for not going: https://www.facebook.com/anchoragepress/videos/1411292478890180/
It's been a couple days since you've posted this, but I coming back to check out music from here. This is a list of music that fits seamlessly into my tastes.
I'm starting to realize that now's the time to grow up and start buying music from the artists I like, I've gotten away with too much on this conscience. As soon as I get my first paycheck from my new job I'm going to get Todd Slant and Camp Cope's albums.
I totally want to admit this- I really fucking love making out. Like for hours at a time. It's like a meditative puzzle game of emotional intimacy and warmth in a flow state.
I wonder how long it would take for a device like this to become normalized in the US. I'm terrified about becoming an old man paying for kisses.
- “Family Guy” is an animated sitcom created by Seth MacFarlane that sends up American culture. Like many satirical comedies on our list, it is most popular in cities. The show’s popularity was more correlated with support for Hillary Clinton than any other show.
This is a huge surprise to me, and I'm trying to resist the urge to say to myself, well it shouldn't. I've been so obsessed with judging the consumption of media by the kinds of people who watch them, that I'm completely out of touch.
This is one of those places where I feel like I'm outnumbered and will be outreasoned, but I will say that I've only enjoyed Star Wars as a major cultural institution to join into until I saw Rogue One. This movie made me care about the series in a way that I'm convinced I should go back and watch the other 6 again for enjoyment, not because I'm socially guilted to watch it.
This movie is perfect for the person who has never given a shit about Star Wars. The last 40 minutes on the planet (fuck, who cares what the planet's name was) were really stressful and exciting, because you don't actually know the ultimate fate of the protagonists because you only have a general sense of the storyline and you're not 100% sure that they're going to die at the end. It's a motherfucking suicide mission a la Saving Pirates of the Caribbean Ryan except this time, its all about establishing the most engaging cause and effect relationship through action sequences without feeling like they're in arbitrary situations and it leads to bam - the memory of watching Star Wars for the first time in your high school freshman AP English class to learn about Joseph Campbell's hero's cycle, and how it made you feel to watch this movie that all of your white friends were excited about who had parents who were more culturally adept than your own - and then you realize that Princess Leia, who's hair probably swirls in the opposite direction in Australia, looks a little off, and you wonder if that was a CGI rendering and you walk outside of the movie theater and your friends talk about how obvious the CGI was and you nod in agreement and say that you noticed right away, because Star Wars makes sense and feels whole and personal to you for the first time in your life - you feel like you understand, and that's what you remember about movies; not the names of the characters, but how those characters made you feel.
Hoh shit, I didn't even make the connection of Jain and Die Antwoord. I fucking love them. The difference between the two is the way that I imagine the work between the two. In my head, both have to be story boarded, but Jain's video requires some working together with the director and the editor / animator in order to work.