Angie here, a girl with a passion for creating & absorbing music, desperately trying to get a grip on the world and failing gracefully.
I'd like nothing better then to live my life exactly the way I want but society is just flat up fucked.
Green Day will forever be my inspiration, my life and my drug.
Life is meant to be lived, not forced to be taught.
Other Blogs of mine:
“I hated tonight’s episode of Mad Men, but I’ll probably read something on the Internet tomorrow that will change my mind.”
So IM’d my girlfriend, and she’s not alone. Over the last decade — but especially its latter half — entertainment sites hired scores of writers tasked with the seemingly enviable responsibility of watching TV and writing about it online. TV criticism at a micro, episodic level has exploded, with content ranging from utilitarian descriptions designed to fill in those who missed last night’s episode to fanciful diversions into absurd fan-fiction and searing cultural criticism. We call it “recapping,” and it’s one of the most culturally potent forms of art criticism of our time.