Comments from hayzaay

I guess I agree with you in a lot of ways, EXCEPT for the fact that that Marc Maron interview exists and is so intense and self-examining? I mean, if they hadn't been playing themselves, I would've thought "Wow what a good telling of something that is very common and hard to express properly", and so in that way it is "honest", it's very realistic. We often have high expectations for conversations and making up and a lot of time it just fizzles or isn't well received or goes in a completely different direction. But it feels weird because it's kind of a thing that really happened, this fight, and we heard a lot of their ideas and feelings expression to one another in very clear and relateable ways, so it feels like they're using this thing that really happened to portray a thing that happens in life but did not actually resolve this way? I think that's what's peculiar about the art/fiction in Louis's show. This conversation was way more appropriate for the themes (does this show have themes?) we often see when we watch this on TV, but it feels weird to watch it when you've heard the interview, because maybe that interview is really real. We always talk about honesty with "Louie" and I don't find the show to be un-honest, but it's strange to thing it uses fictitious accounts of real things to tell real truths. Kind of a mind-fuck, is all.
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August 10, 2012 on Louis C.K. And Television As Conflict Management
I loved the warehouse party! I like Jessa a lot, but yeah, Shoshanna is way under-utilized. Although in the beginning of the season, she was the one I cared least about. I never know what the think about Adam's character, but I loved how he danced with Hannah and Tako. Both Hannah and Marnie not being able to tell how self-absorbed they are is terrible but accurate for self-absorbed people.
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June 11, 2012 on Girl Stuff: You Don’t Have To Be Perfect At Your Job, Ladies
Pretty unnecessary to schedule a class with all these cowboys for such a brief lesson.
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April 19, 2012 on Do We Really Have To Talk About “Hot Problems”?
Ha I knew what you meant and was trying to respond to facetaco ><
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August 31, 2011 on Don’t Jump, Edward: A Kind Of Question About Viral Videos
When did that dude get his PhD? Congraduation, Spock.
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August 31, 2011 on Don’t Jump, Edward: A Kind Of Question About Viral Videos
Put on your lowest-cut top for the interview on journalistic integrity.
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August 25, 2011 on The Ryan Gosling Fight Break-Up Video Explained!
What are you talking about, "coexist"? They have to like, imprint, or whatever, on an animal. Then their body starts looking like an animal's. But the dog they saw doesn't stop existing just because of the shift. It is just like that series "Animorphs" only totally mature and for adults now.
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August 22, 2011 on True Blood S08E09: Werewolf Gang Kill Them All
I like that his resume is begun with "ludicrous comedy remake offender".
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August 12, 2011 on Russell Brand Finally Breaks His LEGENDARY Silence About The UK Riots
I don't know how serious your request for information was, but whatever! The "Hey Girl" meme started on fuckyeahryangosling, some tumblr started by a person who enjoys Gosling about two years ago. At first she just started posting pictures of him, then started writing macros, and the "Hey Girl" one she first did caught on and was reblogged and then people started writing their own to submit. And that's all she wrote. I don't even like Ryan Gosling I just like memes. I wish I could get some college credit by taking a test all "This meme: explain". I would be on that.
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August 11, 2011 on Is There Anyone In The World Who Doesn’t Like Ryan Gosling?
I think this is actually a picture of Selina Kyle and not of Selina Kyle-as-Catwoman.
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August 5, 2011 on First Look At Anne Hathaway As Catwoman In The Dark Knight Rises