I don't want a #Lost reboot.
I don't want any reboots.
I want new voices, new ideas ...
I want MORE stories, not the same stories retold over and over and over (which is barely possible these days).
American television needs to stop stealing, borrowing, remaking foreign material and it needs to stop rehashing it's own.
There's so much great art out there, so many stories being told in a variety of mediums.
American audiences and producers need to be open to taking more risks ...
hey folks! i'm a 21-yr-old literature student who's currently procrastinating on writing fandom-related things.
i'm into like. a lot of fandoms??? obviously fx fargo. brba. hotline miami. saints row. tf2. i'm also currently watching through yu-gi-oh! duel monsters for the first time and i am, like, SUPER emotionally compromised.
well I've been in the fediverse all of 48 hours and now I'm reading ban-wank about accounts on two different instances. which does make a difference from the shitposting, but still, it was a throwback to fandom_wank...I think I've also figured out the meaning of a phrase that puzzled me two weeks ago, namely, to be horny on main. The HP movie-thon is gaining ground for the rest of my afternoon.
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I am in need of something called activitypub/pubcrawl, so my Mastadon and Hubzilla folk can connect. Directions or a pointer to the right part of RTFM in either place very welcome.
In the meantime, I'm fandom-old, attending cons like Escapade and MediaWest, into Professionals and Sherlock BBC currently, and in the past Queer As Folk (US and UK), LOTR.
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