A Brooklyn dancer returns to rural Texas town LaVernia for a funeral and is confronted with family, identity and the loss left behind.
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Prepare yourselves for a lil Star Trek spam, guys, basically there’s some real shit going down in the Star Trek fandom in the form of Bob Orci.
Bob Orci is a screenwriter commonly associated with Alex Kurtzman and JJ Abrams, and is notorious for being a real A-hole to fans. Like,…
feeling unoriginal, not in a bad way at all, hm
i know there are edm snobs but like
how ? ???
idk just this shit has been a miracle cure for my music taste insecurities. i don’t even have to look up the reviews for an artist before i permit myself to fully enjoy them any more
i mean who gives a fuck about that shit when you could be dancing
i feel VERY EXCTIED about snk ugh ugH UGH UGHGH this is like when i watched the avengers just as the fandom was starting to die down and move on to the next thing BUT WORSE