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Prozac Nation by Elizabeth Wurtzel is An Ingenious Novel

My favorite excerpts:

“At heart, I have always been a coper, I’ve mostly been able to walk around with my wounds safely hidden, and I’ve always stored up my deep depressive episodes for the weeks off when there was time to have an abbreviated version of a complete breakdown. 80 more words


My New Favorite Movie!!!

Dawn of The Planet of the Apes

I give this movie 5 stars. This movie has touched my heart. It defines the true meaning of dignity, love, respect & friendship. 180 more words


The Song That Tells My Life Story

Britney Spears-“Feet On The Ground” 

things were not progressing
dont pretend you didnt know
all the bullshit
they were turnin my life into a show… 386 more words


TV, Radio, Music and Movie File

Another look at FOX’s Gotham.

American Horror Story: Freak Show trailer.

Episode one photos from the upcoming final season of SOA.

Nick Offerman channels his inner Ron Swanson with… 39 more words


On Public Loss

It has been a little over a week since Robin Williams died and my heart is just a little bit broken.  Just about everyone has been saying wonderful things about who he was as a person and as a great acting talent.   465 more words

The Trouble with and Triumphs of Expectations

Remember when X-Men: The Last Stand came out? The moviegoing public was generally pretty psyched, since X2: X-Men United was a remarkably solid superhero flick, with some real heft in its storytelling, a varied cast of characters, and a plot that I still get ridiculously invested in whenever I stumble across the movie on cable. 888 more words

Pop Culture

Love My Body/Hate Yours?: Body Image and "All About that Bass" by Caroline T.

The day I came back from summer school, I decided to check the iTunes Top 10 chart, just to see what new songs were popular. As I pulled up the familiar gray window, I noticed that a new song by a previously unheard-of artist had replaced… 587 more words