Pt watched a lot of movies this year. Here’s what he liked and didn’t like.
BY JENNIFER TEDDER Overview I grew up watching Gilmore Girls with my mom. The show started when we (Rory and I) were sixteen, and it went until we graduated college. We shared so many major milestones: starting a new school; graduating high school; starting college; romantic firsts; alcoholic firsts; the painful, necessary separating of the…
PT ponders the season.
Decisiveness is not often my forté, especially when it comes to deciding whether or not I want dessert. (In this case, kidding myself is my forté.)
Then there are things in which I am so firmly rooted that not even the most earth-shaking life events could change them: the love of my family, acceptance of religions other than my own, and the personal decisions people make for themselves and their bodies.
For instance, my partner and I will not be having children. And though we often joke about it, even keeping a “no children” piggy bank in the kitchen, it is very serious for us.
Seems like an appropriate time to read and review the very original novella/biography by Mark Singer.
PT thinks Luke Cage is some of the best Marvel has offered and its worst, but it’s still progress!
BY ANONYMOUS This should come as no shock to anyone – there are two of me. There’s Public Me, and there’s Real Me. Please don’t click away – I’m absolutely not about to make some overwrought Tyler Durden metaphor. We don’t discuss it much, but there are two of all of us. Public Persona is…
PT gives his review of the important, entertaining and also flawed Ta-Nehisi Coates blockbuster series.
mistakes look like pennies in a fountain to me