Previously.TV - Television Show Commentary and Assorted Nonsense -
TWoP was too much for me to keep up with, but maybe with its recent launch, previously.tv will be different.
On the flight over the Atlantic I watched “The Perks of Being A Wallflower” when I should have been sleeping and found myself dabbing away tears from my eyes. On the flight back I saw it a second time and now I really want it see again at home because the airplane audio was horrible and I really want to get a better handle on the dialog which had a few subtle moments that could mean completely different things if misheard.
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(via World’s largest Lego sculpture lands in New York; California’s next - latimes.com)I’ve never been to Legoland, but I might to get a glimpse of this.
Boys Clubs -
Hilarious and sad.
What happens when Congress cuts PBS’ funding and the network becomes more and more reliant on the generosity of viewers like you? According to Jane Mayer of The New Yorker, censorship, courtesy of a select few with deep pockets who didn’t want a film about income inequality in America aired. That film, Park Avenue: Money, Power and the American Dream, is currently streaming for free on Hulu. Check it out and tell us what you think.
Saw this on Frontline last year and it made me feel both depressed and furious. Worth seeing again or for the first time.
…and falling asleep shortly thereafter.