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I got this link from someone named Kingpins on my BBM list and was asked to publicize. As a blogger who wants to expand her readership, I feel an obligation to help publicize whoever owns his or her own blog. So check it out, it has a really catchy design.

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So please visit the blog sometime.

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STUCK

I’ve been stuck for a while. I’ve been put away like a file. Its nobody’s fault but mine.

Its true

I’ve been lazy, everything is hazy. Been broke, thinking about next weeks’ expenditure. I’ve been careless, and I might not have a lot of devoted readers, I owe the net an apology.

BUT

I can’t promise to be good. I can’t promise to be sane, I can’t promise to be there but I can promise I’m not going elsewhere.

So now I’m gonna get back to homework and listen to August Alsina and the Weeknd music.

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Fans fume as Canada’s Tatiana Maslany snubbed by Emmys

Originally posted on Global News:

TORONTO — Tatiana Maslany has twice won the Critics Choice Award for Best Actress and won Best Performance by an Actress in a Dramatic Role at the Canadian Screen Awards.

The 28-year-old Regina native’s work on the made-in-Toronto series Orphan Black also earned her nominations at the Golden Globe Awards, ACTRA Awards and Dorian Awards.

But, for the second year in a row, the Primetime Emmy Awards have shut Maslany out — and fans are letting their feelings be known.

“If playing 9 characters and 2 genders doesn’t swing it, I don’t know what does,” tweeted Jenny Brennan.

Another Twitter user called the snub “a crime punishable by law.”

Emmy voters will choose between Michelle Dockery (Downton Abbey), Claire Danes (Homeland), Robin Wright (House of Cards), Lizzy Caplan (Masters of Sex), Kerry Washington (Scandal) and Julianna…

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Tatiana Maslany vs. The Emmys: The snub heard around the world

Originally posted on The Mind of Slick:

Who’s more trustworthy: the Dyad Institute or the Emmys?

I’m not sure whether it was my involvement in Clone Club or what, but I don’t think anyone was expecting Tatiana Maslany of Orphan Black fame to be blatantly ignored by the Emmys this year.

This is twice now.

For season one, I can almost see it. Sarah Manning was, for the most part, everything. Her seestras existed, but not as heavily for this was a mere push into the talk of conspiracies and human gods. This isn’t to say that she wasn’t a great actress at that time; this was simply a more plot-driven than character-driven season.

During the second batch of episodes, things crept into a more mature exposure of twisted morality, and with that, an expanded arena for Maslany to explore. Details were an absolute must, and she got that, she truly did. The plot was a bit…

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Film Review: World War Z

Originally posted on The Distinguished Grizzly:

wwzI didn’t have much urge to see ‘World War Z’ when it came out. The zombie craze has been out of control and nothing about it seemed too terribly interesting. Granted, the zombies ran with lightning speed, had the behavior of ants trying to reach food and would destroy themselves in the process of hunting humans. Still, I kind of got fast suicidal zombies with Zack Snyder’s “Dawn of the Dead” a decade ago.

While there wasn’t seemingly anything new here, I did enjoy the film. Brad Pitt knocked it out and the appearance of Peter Capaldi (the next Doctor on “Doctor Who”) added a level of awesome.

The plot was okay enough, as Brad Pitt had to travel the zombie-infested world figuring out what the cause of the outbreak was and how to stop it. The conclusion doesn’t quite answer the question but it is still as happy as…

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