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Nov 6, 2014 Tetsujin28 commented on I, Anonymous.
Number 5 got it right.
Oct 19, 2013 Tetsujin28 commented on Art Space and Race.
Maybe there is less importance placed on becoming a working artist in those communities/cultures (I honestly don't know) so less of a demand for that kind of housing. When I went to art school it was almost all white or Asian students. Even tho the image of the poor starving artist persists, I suspect the dream of being a working arts is more born out of an affluent culture. I was raised in a white suburban utopia where I was given free range to follow my bliss. That just might not be a reality for people coming out of more impoverished areas so they may not make the decision pursue their creative skills and outlets professionally. I really don't know. Just a thought.
Jul 12, 2013 Tetsujin28 commented on Fun Wolves and Coelacanths.
Blerg! This is my dream comedy line up, and I learn about it at work about the same time as the show is starting.
Jan 30, 2013 Tetsujin28 commented on I, Anonymous.
Me and my high school sweetheart used to do stuff like that. I wish someone had slapped us and told me what a douche I was.
Oct 10, 2012 Tetsujin28 commented on Guerrrilla Army.
I feel like the message is important however the execution feels pretty sophomoric. It definitely feels like the work of teenagers or 20 somethings.
Mar 28, 2011 Tetsujin28 commented on I Love Television.
@ Bobito - Granted it hasn't evolved much over the past 73 years, but I still find it a lot more enjoyable that your column.
Mar 23, 2011 Tetsujin28 commented on Paul: Don't Take the Bait, Geeks!.
Some movies are meant for such a niche audience, that I feel the shouldn't even be reviewed. As a geek and a fanboy, I loved it, but I wouldn't suggest it to normies.
Mar 12, 2011 Tetsujin28 commented on Battle: Los Angeles: Claptrap from Space.
You mentioned District 9. I think last year's Monsters would qualify for that catagory.
Dec 19, 2010 Tetsujin28 commented on "What Happened to You, Tron?".
I had the pleasure of seeing Tron this Saturday, and maybe it's because I hadn't smoked weed in a few years, but it was the most rapturous movie experience sence Star Wars. I saw the original Tron when I was 12 and it had a profound affect on my dream imagery. I was a treat to go back to 'the Grid'.
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