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Rowing Down The Stream Of Consciousness

Monday, April 18th, 2016. 5:14 AM. I wonder how many people are up writing right now? Are they writing fiction? Perhaps something for work? We’re out here. 1,117 more words


The guilty pleasures of celebrity worship

The twenty first century. What a great era in time to to be alive i think, would you not? Intelligence has soared drastically allowing everything to be available under our fingertips, with just a click of a button. 572 more words

"Puttin' On The Ritz"

Gene Wilder, a childhood favorite of mine, died recently. Social media was inundated with condolences and various memories shared by fans of Mr. Wilder. I also couldn’t help but notice that there were a great many articles and posts which  said things like, “Now, you can go be with Gilda.” Gilda Radner, a brilliant comedienne in her own right, had been married to Gene “back in the day.” For fans, theirs was the romance so many only dream of. 580 more words


Gene Wilder: Not all Our Idols go to Heaven.

Another talented and lionized “celebrity” has passed, whether on to glory or not, I don’t know. Only the Most High God knows about Gene Wilder’s spiritual condition when he died. 406 more words

amazing & very tremendous + great & huge visual joke

monkey laugh when view picture of statue what pop up in great city of cleveland & los angeles & ny & san francisco in # 1 exceptional team u$a america land of free home of brave… 100 more words


The illusion of celebrity worship (II). An Editorial.

We’ll be safe and sound, Taylor Nation.

I’ve tackled the prickly subject of celebrity worship before. Sometimes you wish your favourite artists would remain small. Sometimes all this talk about a fandom community irks me the wrong way because I don’t believe we are of one mind, nor that we should be. 623 more words

Taylor Swift

Social Media Detox

I recently went on a little social media detox (which meant no Instagram) for a month, because I felt I was spending way too much time aimlessly scrolling up and down (and quite frankly being nosey). 1,659 more words