Today on Music Video Monday: “Deceptacon” by Le Tigre The only tragedy here is that I couldn’t find a better quality version of this video.
NO. NO, YOU ARE NOT. PEOPLE NEED TO STOP ASKING QUESTIONS THAT START OUT THIS WAY. Of the 5 billion people living on this earth at any given moment, I assure you that you are not the only person who: Hates football Cares about cats Eats spaghetti with their toes Watched the latest episode of... Continue Reading →
Today on Music Video Monday: “A Whiter Shade of Pale” by Procol Harum I believe this was their second video for this track, and, though some think it is the inferior of the two videos, I beg to differ.
Whether you agree with me or not, the title sums up the truth of this situation. I admit that I know almost nothing about Ariana Grande besides her name, which I hear fairly often. I do know she's had a shitty couple of weeks, but what I want to focus on today is her current... Continue Reading →
FIRED When I was a little girl, I told my mother that I was terminating our parent-child contract and would soon be looking for a replacement mother. “You’re not my mom anymore,” I said. She was furious, but I remained steadfast in my decision. I would be looking for alternative mothers in the near future.... Continue Reading →
My partner and I are going to see these guys tomorrow. Today on Music Video Monday, "Jeremy" by none other than Pearl Jam This video was very important to me as a kid. I was also picked on - I know you're all shocked - so I got a little obsessed with it. True fact:... Continue Reading →
Today on Music Video Monday: “Once in a Lifetime” by Talking Heads This is one of my all-time favorite music videos. Toni Basil (who, despite being an actress, dancer, choreographer, and so on, is remembered mostly for her 80s hit “Mickey”) worked with David Byrne to choreograph the video. Mister Byrne wasn’t interested in dancing... Continue Reading →
This week in unpopular opinions that have annoyed people: I don't think vaccines cause [insert diagnoses here]. I would rather have a child with [insert any of the above] than a child who dies from a preventable disease. Person-centered language. This isn't really an opinion; it's being a decent person who uses language that ensures... Continue Reading →