Like some of their other reviews, it starts off trying to make fun of a bad movie and then goes into rather bleak analysis of movies, in this case the hollywood system. Let’s put it this way - they drop a legal disclaimer in the middle as a half-joke, but I’m guessing there was some ass-coverage there too.
You can skip to part two if you want, but I watched it all - part one is the setup, part 2 is where they get to the point what they were hammering on for part 1. Really you can get away with just listening watching without the video. It’s an interesting deconstruction of these sorts of comedies.
Jenn, one third of the cosplay trio Dangerous Ladies, is someone in my life who I admire and respect not only as a cosplayer and friend, but also as a wonderful human being. Here’s her fantastically eloquent answer to a question about critical attitudes in the cosplay community. Well worth a read, and not just because my name is briefly mentioned, haha.
Charles J. Kelly, a former Baltimore Police Department lieutenant who wrote the department’s use of force guidelines, said pepper spray is a “compliance tool” that can be used on subjects who do not resist, and is preferable to simply lifting protesters.
Okay, declaring tumblr bankruptcy for the last couple days
I love you guys, but dayum, you reblog a lot of posts.
Anyway, been off the internet mostly for the last day or so as I’ve been attacking the house. Made good progress, so there may be pics coming up soon. I know it’s not nearly as rebloggable as a captioned cat photo or something, but hey, it’s something.