whoops, I forgot to write my essay for this week, a "projection" essay where you write from someone else's POV
unless a *good* idea drops in my lap in the next 15 minutes, I'm gonna just do "I am a person who is enthusiastic about writing this projection essay, am not autistic, and thus do not struggle with this kind of thing."
I'm sure if you're used to, say, Glee or Pretty Little Liars, it is actually Star Trek and Doctor Who that feels stupid in a similar way
I haven't quite... figured out the duck body shape yet, but I'll get there.
wait do McD's veggie nuggets count as "eating vegetables"
I'll definitely do that, but I think I'll take a day to go somewhere or do something. (both??)
@Louisa An origineel ticket for The Blade Runner, a 1983 romcom that it was too expensive to hastily retitle starring Steve Buscemi as an ice-skating judge who falls in love... with just-ice.
The audience of mostly middle-aged men who were expecting Harrison Ford were left baffled, yet charmed.
Blade Runner, spoiler-adjacent
I don't think it matters whether or not Deckard is a Replicant, because the whole point is that he *could* be, and if he is or not doesn't meaningfully change the point, for me.
Cartoonist. Designer. Queer as in gay but also queer as in a bit odd.
This is the private residence of Alex Daily.