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fo' realz??? that seems, so, so...so fundamentally contrary to the basic nature of the internet! Boo! It seems to me that if I can watch Sugar Rush on youtube, then peoples in the UK should be able to watch Glee. Seriosuly, this is like, Chinese government type mishegos! (that's yiddish for crazy...
ok, this is the kind of question that makes me completely GEEK OUT. soooo many possibilities, but...it would definitely have to include hot sauce, ideally sriracha, and something else sweet, like...midori? But just a splash. Or maybe pink lemonade. Yes, that's it! Gin, pink lemonade, and a squirt...
...is there some kind of anti-american video chip in your computer that prevents you from watching the clip right here, where it's posted? you can also watch glee (and all the lil extras) at www.hulu.com. No worries!
Grace, will you make me one of those sparkling-kissy-face-homo-explosion banners to hang above my head? that would really help me get through my day
haha, that's kind of hilarious in a sad way. I actually did the write-up of the last big GO party for Vp! I don't think I'm up for it this time, though...especially considering that I no longer get in for free (I miss my press pass...)
YES
OMG yes, we were DYING. This was AMAZING, totally increased my junior high feeling for the night! Who knew Sue Sylvester could femme out so fabulously?!? We also very much appreciated how hot Mercedes was in drag. Cannot WAIT to see the Madonna ep next week!!!
I am down w/ this, but I'm not sure that it means to say that MoMA "acquired" the @, for free no less-- who would they have paid if it wasn't free? I don't quite understand what makes the @ any more or less a part of english syntax, which is obviously in the public domain, than the !, ?, $, or %,...
My 7th grade English teacher, Ms. Sanderson. She was 24; she had wavy brown hair and blue eyes, and she wore red cowboy boots every day, and she taught me my first Shakespeare (it was Macbeth), and Native American poetry, and she was just perfect. Especially if you're a budding English geek! Oy....
it's funny, I was just listening to this week's This American Life podcast, which was a re-broadcast of the story of how homosexuality was taken out of the DSM (and no longer considered an official mental illness) in 1973; and part of the story was how all the closeted queers in the APA were...
Glad you like that-- I am on a mission to bring the linguistically inaccessible queer theory to all the peeps!
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