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12/6/19
12:39 PM
26

I’m back from a two week adventure in Patagonia (it was amazing!) so sharing some South American fur faces this week:

12/6/19
12:23 PM
12

it always warms my heart when I see my fellow hoosiers doing good, still wish we didn’t have all the confederate flags.

12/5/19
2:42 PM
2

Completely agree with you. Her books seem incredibly popular, which I’m sometimes wary of, but then I thought maybe I was unfairly making a snap judgement... but... nah. Everything in TGA felt so obvious and paint-by-numbers. 

12/5/19
2:16 PM
3

I read The Great Alone earlier this year, in advance of my trip to Alaska, and I really wanted it to be better than it is

12/3/19
11:34 AM
54

The former press secretary that the Sunday Times quoted clearly did not see the episode of The Crown. The scene where she and Porchey were at dinner Elizabeth was musing about getting to spend a life raising horses away from the burdensome duty of being Queen - a burden she emphasized (and has been emphasized many Read more

12/2/19
9:02 PM
4

It is truly amazing that a movie involving space pirates in a high-speed gun fight on the moon, a man forced to fight a baboon in zero gravity close quarters, and the potential of an antimatter bomb destroying all life on Earth is so, SO, fucking boring!

12/2/19
6:15 PM
3

Exactly! And what kills me about these flicks is that the higher-ups green-lit stuff like this because for some reason they seem to think this is what would sell tickets and is what we want to see(!). I'm not saying never to stuff like this but jeez... how about something that can be, god forbid, uplifting or gleeful Read more

12/2/19
4:50 PM
15

There are other secrets hidden in that scene. Like how two ships in the vastness of space randomly come across one another. Or how one of those ships slows down, stops to investigate, and still has fuel to re-accelerate and get to Mars in a very short amount of time after they had previously made a big deal about how Read more

12/2/19
3:30 PM
8

This film was a tedious slog of 1st year philosophising, narration so heavy handed and dreary, the admittedly beautiful imagery couldn’t even paper over. That “shocking” scene wasn’t thus, it was a laughable moment of schlock in a film that up to that point took itself so utterly, utterly seriously. Then continued to Read more