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So, hey. Guess what?
I'm not actually dead, y'all! I know, you're probably thinking, "Bitch, I don't care. You totally abandoned us, and left us bereft of snarky goodness." And you would totally be right in thinking that. I am a bad, BAD blogger, and I apologize. So, just what ...
So, hey. Guess what?
So, hey. Guess what?
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Boo. And. Bullfrogs.
Bleh, bleh, bleh. Y'all, I am a sucky blogger. Two real posts this week? What. The. Fuck? This week got surprisingly busy. And really, I'm heading into a really busy time. Plus, we're going into MY personal holiday time of year. Not religious, but the same ...
Boo. And. Bullfrogs.
Boo. And. Bullfrogs.
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BSC #55: Jessi's Gold Medal
By Ann M. Martin, ghostwritten by Peter Lerangis. Published
June 1992. Wouldn't they be wearing swim caps? And then, why is their hair dry? I so very clearly remember reading this back in the day. I
thought it was so cool to have this
come out during an Oly...
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Otherwise Known as Sheila the Great
By Judy Blume. Published 1972. So Sheila Tubman is scared of pretty much everything. At
home in New York, she’s scared of Peter Hatcher’s dog, Turtle . She prefers to
climb ten flights of stairs instead of riding the elevator with him. But she
won’t admit i...
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BSC #39: Poor Mallory!
By Ann M. Martin. Published November 1990. Mallory and Jessi are being super goofy on their way home
from school, singing a song about underwear that Mallory learned from the
triplets. I do so love it when they act their age. But Mallory’s good mood is
temp...
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BSC #38: Kristy's Mystery Admirer
By Ann M. Martin. Published October 1990. We open with a Krushers game. But guess what? The Krushers
win the damn game. For the very first time. Huzzah. Then Kristy’s day gets even
better. Bart walks her home, and they talk about things other than softball....
BSC #38: Kristy's Mystery Admirer
BSC #38: Kristy's Mystery Admirer
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Alright, Y'all.
I know. I've been a terrible slacker. But I haven't just been being lazy! I'm working a show right now, and rehearsals have been severely cutting into my writing time. And today I'm sick, and can't concentrate on it. Boo. But the show opens next weekend, so...
Alright, Y'all.
Alright, Y'all.
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Too Young to Die
By Lurlene McDaniel. Published August 1989. Melissa Austin is sixteen-years-old. She is close with her
mom and older brother, Michael. They may not have a lot of money like her best
friend, Jory, but they have a much happier home. Melissa is a very smart gi...
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Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are
If you're reading this, holla at me! I'd love to know if anyone is really reading my blog. So come out, and say hello to your friends! Or just yell at me for getting that stuck in your head.
Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are
Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are
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Flowers in the Attic Live Tweeting Transcript
So. Overall thoughts on the movie? I thought the story was good, up until the end. It stuck quite faithfully to the book. Again, until the end. The acting was pretty bad, though. I didn’t buy Heather Graham as Corrine for one second. And Ellen Burstyn wasn’...
Flowers in the Attic Live Tweeting Transcript
Flowers in the Attic Live Tweeting Transcript
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