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I'm Not Really a Fan of the Interstate

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

It's been a while since I've posted an update, hasn't it? Well, as it turns out, spending roughly three hours everyday on the Interstate is rather zapping when it comes to motivation to accomplish things. I just concluded a contracted full time job, which required me to commute about fifty miles each way every day. Of course this was during peak rush hour times, which meant that what should have been a fifty minute drive was usually an hour and...
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Goodbye, American Idol

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

In 2001, my father was overseas for a work trip for a couple months. It was much longer than he was usually away, and my mother was looking for things to occupy the time. It just so happened that a brand new competition reality show was getting ready to start on FOX. It was called American Idol, and it planned to be the best singing reality television competition in existence. No matter how ratings fluctuated over the years or how...
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NorWesCon 39

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

Over this past weekend, I attended my second NorWesCon. It's an annual science fiction and fantasy convention in SeaTac, WA. I attended last year for the first time, and found it to be rewarding enough I wanted to come back this year. I'm really glad I did. For as much as I learned last year, I really felt like it was preparation to be able to fully appreciate this year. I did a much better job of networking, I made...
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We're Getting Cancelled

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

Sometimes, when a television show is getting cancelled, the writers give up and do whatever they want to the characters and the story because they figure it doesn't matter anymore. This usually happens when the writers don't really love the show, or when changes brought about by the studio have caused them to lose any passion they may have once had for their work. As a result, bizarre plots and self destructing characters make their way on screen, and the...
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Pride + Prejudice + Zombies = Bizarre Fun

Posted on by Brianna L. Tibbetts

I quite like Pride and Prejudice. I've only read it twice all the way through, both times because of a school assignment, but I've always really enjoyed the story and the strong wit of the dialogue. I saw the Keira Knightly film version when I was thirteen years old, and the majority of the BBC version when I was fourteen or so. I thoroughly enjoyed the Pemberly Digital adaption, The Lizzie Bennet Diaries, just a few years ago. It's a...
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