jennegatron

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About jennegatron

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    Queen of the Favs
  • Birthday 07/09/1991

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    Female
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    Woodland, CA
  • Interests
    Sailor Moon, Adventure Time (show & comic), Bravest Warriors, the Green Bay Packers, the Dallas Mavericks & the NBA at large, Gilmore Girls, JJHO, MBMAM, my Phil Kollar/Griffin McElroy OTP, Chance the Rapper, Shad sad indie pop from the 2000's, Jigglypuff.

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    Woodland, CA
  • Favorite Games
    Spelunky, WoW, The Sims, PvZ, Pokemon (red, yellow, TCG, silver, crystal, ruby, platinum, x) Harvest Moon

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  1. The McElroy Family of Products

    they've done i think 3 of these now (one with THE PEBBLE, a wrestlemania one where all of the creations wrestle and then a very recent one I haven't watched yet.) THE PEBBLE is one of my favorite things ever
  2. Movie/TV recommendations

    what can I say Erkki, I'm a trend setter
  3. Life

    I think it's Nice, but it's an understandable mistake.
  4. Movie/TV recommendations

    I think you, dear reader, should check out The Good Place if you haven't already! It takes a handful of episodes to really hit its stride, but when it does it's truly remarkable. it's a great, funny show with a delightful cast. Ted Danson is the best, and quietly has a diverse and charming cast. if Mike Schur has earned any good will with you, give it a chance!
  5. I had a random thought about movies

    I, personally, am willing to forego seeing Weinstein distributed and produced movies. It seems that even though he was forced to resign he maintains stakeholder status is unlikely to be removed. I like movies, and have Movie Pass which means I am starting to see a lot more movies in theater, but like I said before, there's enough good stuff in the world to see that I don't need these movies in my life. Like I said before it's 100% a personal line to draw for yourself. If you continue to see movies produced by his company though, you may face some questioning or pushback from other people, but that's the risk of living in the world no matter what choices you make /shrug
  6. I had a random thought about movies

    A point well taken tycho. There's bound to be someone involved in the movie somewhere that is an abuser and we just don't know it. I can only act on the information I have, like you said. This is kind of what I was trying to get at with this: Knowing that spending money on the projects of people I find detestable helps prop up their careers and allows them to continue working and having the visibility to find and groom victims to abuse. I want them to be denied the privilege of making profitable art and no longer have the power of fame.
  7. I had a random thought about movies

    Personally, I refuse to participate in spending my money in a way that supports men (it's almost always men) who are monsters. I refuse to see Polanski's or Woody Allen's movies, I refuse to listen to R. Kelly's music. I refuse to see movies based off of Orson Scott Card's books knowing that he's a bigot who uses his money to fund anti-LGBT campaigns. This line has to be drawn differently for everyone. For example once a person is dead, consuming the art they make no longer contributes to their wealth and ability to abuse more people. I'm much more likely to consume the art of someone problematic if they're no longer alive, but I can't in good conscious go see a Woody Allen movie knowing that it's going to make him more money and get him more movie deals so that he can continue to be rich and famous and do things like prey upon his adoptive children. My only request to people who continue to consume the art of monsters ask themselves the question of 'is my enjoyment of this thing worth the potential ramifications of this person's continued success to me?' and the answer of that question may very well be 'yes' but I just want people to at least ask the question to themselves. There's so much art in the world that we can never hope to get to all of it, so I think why not allow a creator's real world actions impact my decision making? They are just helping me narrow down my options to things I don't feel guilty about liking.
  8. [Dev Log] SHADOW of SOMETHING

    The pinnacle of critique from 'Red Pill Addict'
  9. Movie/TV recommendations

    I watched I, Tonya on Saturday. What a well acted, gripping movie about cycles of abuse, classism, the 90's and delusions of grandeur. I highly recommend it, and I highly recommend the 30 for 30 doc about the same topic The Price of Gold. I also saw Paddington 2 on Sunday. It was an extremely warm, heartfelt, well constructed movie. Its message of "being kind and polite is powerful, and will be rewarded in ways you can never anticipate" is clearly communicated and never comes off as 'and you should be nice because then people owe you' kind of way. It's a joy to look at, Hugh Grant as the washed up actor villain is extremely good, and I particularly enjoyed the Charlie Chaplin gag.
  10. The Asian Film Thread

    You should watch Dabangg which is the only Bollywood movie I've ever seen, and is also one of the greatest movies I've ever seen
  11. The Asian Film Thread

    Studio Ghibli, and Miyazaki in particular have some true bangers. I would recommend Porco Rosso, Kiki's Delivery Service and My Neighbor Totoro as 3 great and pretty varied of his films. I know virtually nothing about Thai cinema, but I do know that Ong Bak: The Thai Warrior is one of the most fun movies I've ever watched.
  12. Designer Notes 35: Manveer Heir

    it might be because he's always calling out to his wife Debra. I can see the comparison.
  13. ugh so embarrassing, git gud (this is true for me as well, and is probably only snoopy tennis & pokemon red for the game boy) edit: (oh god, i just remembered that I had a complete paper prima guide for pokemon red that i used. strike pokemon red and replace it with pokemon the trading card game the video game for game boy)
  14. Favorite/Best Game Trailers

    i really love this song and i really love dropsy the clown and i really love that trailer says a lot thematically about what the game is about! there is no words, written or spoken in the entire game, and this gives you an amazing primer on what to expect
  15. there were lots of cheat codes for console games. there just weren't very many games on the PC that interested me as a kid and were too hard. Maybe like SimCity 3000.