Things We Saw Today: Please Don’t Watch the New Fifty Shades Freed Trailer
I promise I’m not trying to pull any kind of reverse psychology. You have better things to do with your precious time. Please do not watch the new trailer for the latest movie adapted from E.L. James’ awful serial-numbers-filed-off Twilight fanfiction about people in an abusive relationship passed off as the height of romance.
Who is fuelling the continued demand for these films? Isn’t one sociopathic billionaire setting the narrative for this country enough?
what do you hate more?
a) good literature
d) healthy relationships
e) all of the above
— emma (@jynerso) June 29, 2015
- Now here’s the kind of content we can get behind and encourage you to click upon: “Science Says Women Have Been Kicking Ass, Gaming for Millennia.” (via Geek.com)
- Orange is the New Black star Diane Guerrero tells the wrenching story of when her parents were deported from the US when she was just 14: “I was 14 years old and came home from school to an empty house – it felt as if all the action in the house had been stopped in a freeze frame. Dinner was on the stove and the car was outside, but the house was silent.” (via Google Cultural Institute)
- Nintendo says that they’re dramatically increasing production of the Super NES Classic Edition due to record demand and the retail fiasco that followed the NES Classic Edition shortfall. Nintendo, all I can say is that my birthday is in March. (via ArsTechnica)
- Leslie Jones makes everything she graces with her presence better, in this case the Cristian Siriano fashion show. (via Refinery29)
- Fox & Friends host Brian Kilmeade, a sack of rabid weasels in a dress shirt masquerading as a human, questioned if the removal of Confederate statues that celebrate racism and secession wouldn’t lead to 9/11 memorials being taken down. He said this on the 16th anniversary of 9/11. The only thing that needs to be removed today is sack of rabid weasels Brian Kilmeade. (via The Hill)
How was your day today, my non-weasel friends?
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