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See Ya in Another Life

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Jul 25 '14

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Jul 25 '14

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Jul 25 '14

i’ve listened to so much u2 today.

i’ve been brainstorming my webshow some more and thought about a big brother/real world type show but a. i don’t know if enough of the people i know can improvise funny shit on that premise and b. i don’t know if i’m funny enough to completely script a season of that show. still haven’t ruled out the idea of a different mockumentary (ugh) every episode but i’d need a shitton of ideas for that. also: money.

spent a little time planning supernothing. or at least characters. i don’t know how much of a true narrative through-line i want to have. i kinda like the idea of just introducing a new set of characters every installment that only get a single scene but that’s a little too…anti-literature? is that a thing? also sustainability on that premise would be a borch and a half. on the other hand: narratives are hard.

Jul 25 '14

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Jul 25 '14

ellemariecollins asked:

Where do you draw the line between a queer headcanon and a queer reading in the critical sense? Is it just a rhetorical difference between how fans talk and how academics talk (not that we aren't the same people half the time), or is there more?

postcardsfromspace:

It’s less an academic/fan line for me—that’s a boundary I chafe at regardless—than a text/imagination one. To me—with the caveat that I am pretty fucking nutty about compartmentalization and semantics, to a point that includes generating a lot of unnecessary boundaries and dichotomies—the former is primarily about personal extensions of / tangents from text; and the latter, demonstrable textual coding (with the understanding that that, too, is hella subjective), deliberate or otherwise.

Does that make sense?

Jul 25 '14

Werner Herzog explains the plot of his new movie Good Will Hunting 2: Port of Call Los Angeles

(Source: oh-whiskers)

Jul 25 '14
Jul 25 '14
kristaferanka:

Pre-SDCC commission: Armor

kristaferanka:

Pre-SDCC commission: Armor

Jul 25 '14

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Jul 25 '14

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