jennegatron

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  • Birthday 07/09/1991

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    Sailor Moon, Adventure Time, Bravest Warriors, the Green Bay Packers, the Dallas Mavericks & the NBA at large, Gilmore Girls, JJHO, MBMAM, Chance the Rapper, Shad, sad indie pop from the 2000's, Jigglypuff.

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    Woodland, CA
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    Spelunky, WoW, The Sims, PvZ, Pokemon (red, yellow, TCG, silver, crystal, ruby, platinum, x) Harvest Moon, Story of Seasons, Hatoful Boyfriend, Norn9

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  1. It's got high production values and it's largely a low stakes interpersonal drama. If you're hoping or expecting characters to say "gee isn't it sexist how we acted in the 60s" you are never going to get that. It's well acted and the show depicts some despicable behavior sometimes without having anyone in universe chastise them. I think it was also very popular as a watch party show and people liked having it as an event to watch something together. If you don't like it, I don't think you're missing out on much of you quit it. It was important culturally and I think it's a pretty good show, but I don't begrudge anyone deciding they don't like it, especially if they give it a fair shake. P. S. Joan, Peggy, & Sally are the best characters on that show.
  2. Netflix Originals

    extreme same. Prof & I have spoken before about the active disdain the show has for the Midwest and midwesterners at points. Really turned me off basically immediately, even if Tituss Burgess is a brilliant comedian.
  3. Books, books, books...

    God i wish it was fake here's the JBP post we were making fun of now that it's gone. it was deffo spam
  4. Books, books, books...

    I can't wait till we learn about how women are chaos dragons
  5. Half-Life 3

    🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
  6. Half-Life 3

    Well you're in luck! Good news: Valve just released a game! It's called Artifact and... Bad news: it's already dying!
  7. Movie/TV recommendations

    Bored to Death
  8. Movie/TV recommendations

    Minding the Gap is up on Hulu. I think they have exclusive distribution rights right now?
  9. Movie/TV recommendations

    Minding the Gap got an Oscar nom for documentary so the Academy at least agrees it's extremely good.
  10. Anyone Remember?

    i don't know for sure, but i would start with the epsiodes with mention of der Weinhändler Will report back on this ep Confirmed not in the weinhandler portion of the ep
  11. Episode 455: Classic Year in Review: 2003

    Rise of Nations was on a demo disk from CGW, of which my father had a subscription and the two of us got WAY into RoN separately but at the same time when he bought it based off of the demo. I rebought it on steam last year and that game still bangs.
  12. Movie/TV recommendations

    I forgot about this movie, but after hearing this my interest is definitely re-piqued!
  13. Movie/TV recommendations

    I watched Minding the Gap last night. It is a documentary about 4 young men who became friends through skateboarding and is a movie all about cycles of abuse & poverty in the dying city of Rockford Illinois. I love my home state and have been to Rockford many times for school events in high school. I saw so much of people I knew in this film. It's on hulu and I can't stop thinking about it. I highly recommend it for a look into what it's like living in a rust belt style city in the US as a young person.
  14. Bloozzard

    My theory is that people confuse vanilla wow being good with being 15 and playing a game with all your friends and having no responsibilities or obligations to do anything but play wow
  15. Netflix Originals

    I am a sucker for romantic stories and half my favorite Netflix Originals have been romances (dramatic or comedic.) The other half is a mix of reality & documentaries/mockumentaries To All the Boys I've Loved Before a delightful movie about a young Korean-American girl who idealizes love but is unwilling to ever confess her feelings. Through wacky circumstances her love letters are sent out and the recipient of one decides to strike a deal with her to pretend to date in order to make his ex girlfriend jealous. It's very good, very sweet & I love seeing stories with WoC protagonists. Highly recommend. Meteor Garden this is a Taiwanese romantic comedy series based off of the manga Boys Over Flowers. There have been like 6 adaptations of this Manga between Japan, Korea & China/Taiwan. Plucky protagonist goes to school and refuses to cow to beautiful powerful boys. Love triangle, will they won't they (they will.) Not a depiction of what one might actually want out of a romantic relationship, but this is fiction baybeee. I love the chemistry that the main two actors have, and it's fun to watch the characters change over the course of the run. Definitely does the Asian Drama thing where all of the kisses are so awkward looking and zoomed in on. Terrace House: Boys & Girls in the City and Terrace House: Opening New Doors with an honorable mention to Terrace House: Aloha State - The only good non-competition reality show. 3 men and 3 women live in a house together and move out whenever they feel that it's time for them to move on. They get jobs, they form friendships, they flirt and date each other, they resolve conflicts by sitting down and talking to each other. It's remarkable. Nailed It - The episode where they had to sculpt a human bust out of cake made me laugh so hard I felt sick. This show is very good. Reality competition baking show where they're all bad amateur bakers. American Vandal - Mockumentary series about high schoolers. Season 1 is properly phenomenal. Season 1 is a young man accused of drawing dicks on the cars in the teacher's parking lot and the 'investigative journalism' needed to find the truth.The acting is sublime, the jokes are hilarious, and functions as a great commentary on current trends in documentary making (podcasts and videos.) Season 2 episode 1 is super gross, but the rest of the episodes are great. Season 2 is a young man admits responsibility for the a series of poop based pranks and his friend asks the documentary film maker characters to come in and exonerate her friend. Season 1 for dick jokes, season 2 for poop jokes. Hip Hop Evolution - hosted by one of my favorite rappers, Shad, a documentary of the history of hip hop. If you like the comic Hip Hop Family Tree or are interested in seeing what the development of rap looked like, wholehearted recommend.