“Safety Not Guarantied was way better than “Seeking a Friend for the End of the World”, because the latter really mostly is a poor, non-Canadian man’s “Last Night.” And “Safety Not Guarantied cannot be discussed for fear of spoilers, but sometimes less subtle is more unexpected.
When considering time travel and apocalypses, one yearns to watch “Doctor Who.” But maybe I will find something bleaker. I worry I have run out of end of the world movies on Netflix streaming.
I don’t think I was always this keen on movies like that, because they’re sometimes fucking scary. Even a mediocre movie like “Deep Impact” is bizarrely emotionally effective in spots. And a downright bad one can still raise the hairs on the back of my neck if the scenes of panicked masses are particularly well-done. The worst, of course, is the intimate scenes of end of the world (or just a world). Speaking of which, I never finished watching someone’s really grainy upload of “Threads” on youtube…
No matter how cool your mother is, try not to mention words like “trainhopping” or “going” “to” and “Mexico” as even halfway-considered life plans.
Look, a girl needs something to write about, and having a crazy cousin best friend might help.
Institute for Justice video on the fight to free up food trucks in Pittsburgh! My old homeschool friend Tim Cook, who is now the Founding Director of the Saxifrage School, helped out with the effort. The Saxifrage School is an awesome-sounding effort to make an affordable, local college and if I stick around or come back to Pittsburgh, I am tempted to get involved in their work.
Any more suggestions? Depends on how loose you want to get with libertarianism, and how much shitty music you are willing to tolerate?
And, of course, how much you like Rand or Rush.