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Jeff Winger, Community
at this point I am daring Community to NOT be 100% relevant to my life
I bet they couldn’t do it even if they wanted to
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|—||You guys, Marty and Doc’s friendship is one of the best in cinema’s history and if you don’t agree with me you’re a chump|
|—||My dad succinctly reviews last night’s Community|
Why are they naked in bed together? It’s not sexy. It couldn’t be sexy; Vanity Fair has to be stocked in newsagents (or their American equivalent) across that entire conservative country. You couldn’t have this picture with any suggestion that the women have been caught unawares in the middle of (or on the verge of, or relaxing after) some massive great lesbian romp. If it looked like that, it might be rather magnificent. But not a chance; too controversial. It has to be utterly chaste. I suppose the one on the far right is doing a bit of a sexy face, but Julianna Margulies looks like she’s thinking about a grocery list. And that one from Downton Abbey, in the front, has the physical pose and rueful expression of someone who’s just tripped over the bath mat.
If not sexy, then why naked? Because they’re just women, I guess. Whatever their achievements in the acting world or anywhere else, they’re just bodies. Just totty. Just things to be looked at.
|—||hey you guys am I a true parisian yet or|
The worst thing about honkies is that they love celebrating ‘culture’ when ‘culture’ is actually just the idea that honkies run the world. That’s partially why the blogosphere has been so successful: honkies patting themselves on the back about a high-end honky worldview that is perpetuated by honky ass college grads who write things on the internet as if they matter. Honkies love ‘recapping’ honky ass TV shows, writing about dumb, honky tv shows like the entire honky race is on the line.
Some say that ‘podcasting’ is the ultimate honky artform.