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seems impossible to make a potato threatening but here we are

GTKashi,

All those eyes watching you…

GTKashi,

The costumes from that episode were straight out of the TOS leftovers closet, though. Probably the script, too.

GTKashi,

I’d have loved Bernie to be in the general… ever, but it just isn’t what happened and pretending it was some conspiracy just isn’t healthy. The candidate you’re in love with doesn’t always resonate with everyone else, and that’s okay.

GTKashi,

That sounds reasonable and so it’s probably not even remotely close to what actually happens.

GTKashi,

Over time I see less and less of the need to be like “lol I don’t like who I’m voting for, but I feel like I have to.” I see absolutely no regret in 1) voting against obviously they worst thing ever and 2) voting for someone who seems to a least try to do things that aren’t horrible and are generally pretty good? They only time you’re going to agree with everything a candidate says or does you’d be on the ballot yourself. Even then it’s probably healthy to disagree with yourself a bit.

GTKashi,

“It’s just an amazing, amazing movie, and has really great fight scenes and has a really great ending sequence with the main character being thrown into the sky by all the other characters,” she explained.

…I love FFVII. It is one of my very favorite things. But this is not a good sign. Cloud being nonsensically hurled into the air is one of the weakest sequences in that movie. It’s cute just for how bad it is. Certainly not what you want your real movie to be like.

GTKashi,

I thought the pacing of things was fine and didn’t really feel like too many scenes overstayed their welcome. The 2001 opener I thought was pretty great. A few things did stick out a bit for me, though.

  1. The fantastical version of reality. A spelled-out theme of the movie is how hard it is being a woman, which Mom-lady really lays out for the Barbies. It makes some sense because the Barbies clearly don’t know what real is like. The trouble is they say it instead of showing it. We don’t see Mom-lady having any particular problems specific to her being a woman in the movie’s world. The audience is supposed to nod along approvingly because she’s saying things that many real women feel, but she’s also from some surreal version of Earth where people in gaudy cowboy outfits can wander into a school and talk to the kids and steal library books and they don’t get tackled by security. We really needed some scenes with some biting misogyny to give that speech some impact.
  2. Pitting the Kens against each other seemed convoluted. Ultimately the solution to the crisis is… voter suppression? Really?
  3. The old film montage near the end seemed really gratuitous.
GTKashi,

Meanwhile, young people would like to invite oil companies to court.

GTKashi,

This is where I am. Just waiting for a smaller version of the sn90 pro

GTKashi,

“Fifteen years taking prescriptions, now a shrink like, ‘I don’t know. Maybe get a kitten?’”

GTKashi,

This feels a lot like Dr. Katz. Have some comedians record their bit and inject some random bits to try and force the show’s premise to work.

The animation is… quaint. I wonder if they considered just recording a bunch of these as a series, or if that was too much like a podcast and the wounds from whoever runs Shatner’s Xitter account are still too raw.

GTKashi,

The age bit here isn't a big deal. This just catches national law up to the already lower end of prefectural laws (all 16 to 18 I think). The bigger change is that the victim no longer needs to prove they physically fought back for it to be considered non-consentual.

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