|Media teacher:||Part of why media is so constant is that it's so temporary. You can get emotional watching your favorite TV show, but after it's over, you forget about it and move on with your life. You might be upset if a character dies, but you wouldn't lock yourself in your room with a pint of ice cream and cry about it.
NO RAN, YOU ARE HORRIBLY MISTAKEN. I UNDERSTAND YOU HAVE FALLEN INTO ESCAPISM, BUT IT HAS BEEN TWENTY YEARS.
"Looking at that now, that took some FUCKING. BALLS. To get up in front of the entire music industry and be like, “You guys are assholes.” And it was so tough and so cool. And you know—it was coming from a sweet place. She was like, “Hey kids, don’t buy in.” Like, “Do you. Be you.” Now that I am in the music industry, I absolutely am like, you know what? That was a deeply courageous act."
"My mom would put on John Denver. He had a song that went, “Life is so good / my life is so good these days / life is so good these days / my life is so good.” It made me unbelievably angry as a child. I don’t know, I was like… Excuse me, sir, where is your existential angst? I don’t buy it. You’re full of shit, John Denver. Rest in peace."