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Amazing Video Charts Culture As It Spreads Over Generations

August 8, 2014

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She speaks my truth. And is ain’t always pretty.

August 6, 2014

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Whoever made this should have their own monument. 

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Seven Reasons to Go to the Drive-In

August 3, 2014

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As I mentioned the other day, I’ve teamed up with Steve Habrat of Anti-Film School to preach the gospel of the drive-in theater. It’s a social media campaign designed to educate folks about the drive-in. You can find more about it on Twitter via #driveinsummer. Throughout the week, I’ll be posting some articles singing the praises of the format.  Drive-in week continues. Today,…

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Butch And Proud

July 30, 2014

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Originally posted on The Dish:
Vanessa Vitiello Urquhart explains why she identifies as a “butch lesbian”: In part, it’s because the language of gender identity has always been a bit bewildering to me—I’ve felt hungry, happy, gassy, and anxious, but never male or female. Even so, it has been tempting to interpret my experience in ways that…

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Wonder Woman’s New Costume

July 28, 2014

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Originally posted on Anibundel:
Have you seen the new Wonder Woman costume? Forget Superman and his “S” that stands for peace, or his cape that Edna would turn her nose up at. Forget Batfleck and his cat ears. Wonder Woman is where it’s at. Now I’m not going to disagree that the breast-plate couldn’t have…

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“Our Leader the Mockingjay” – Official Teaser Trailer

July 28, 2014

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Monty Python and the Holy Grail Performed on Flaming Bagpipes and Unicycle in Portland, OR #YoureWelcome

July 15, 2014

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Currently winning the interwebz.

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The Rise Of The Notorious R.B.G.

July 15, 2014

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Originally posted on The Dish:
Rebecca Traister is thrilled by Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s rise to meme-hood: Throughout history, we have acknowledged male strength, especially in its seniority, as serious and authoritative. Older women, on the other hand, have existed mostly as nanas, bubbes! Those sturdy, ambitious souls who also staked claims to public eminence were cast as problematic;…

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Take On Doctor Who

July 15, 2014

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Originally posted on Anibundel:
I only wish this were longer.

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What the Television We Watch Can Tell Us About Our Politics

July 13, 2014

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Originally posted on unfettered equality:
In 1999, NBC premiered Aaron Sorkin’s new series The West Wing, a television show that follows the life of fictional President Josiah Bartlet and his staff. It was two years before 9/11, and television audiences were enamored by Sorkin’s portrayal of a “utopian” White House. Premiering shortly after the Clinton…

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