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Sidney Dritz
Stream Queen of . Writer/scavenger (she's a part-time punk)
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Sidney Dritz 19h
Replying to @dailydrunkmag
to quote juliet, "it is an honor i dream not of" <3
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Sidney Dritz 21h
Replying to @dailydrunkmag
so the court is a stage, win or loss no object -- Adam Sandler and his dog collaborating on a project. (counting syllables is dangerous -- couplets are like vampires, once you let them in the door, they go for the jugular)
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Sidney Dritz 21h
Replying to @dailydrunkmag
while some people say that it isn't fair play, man vs dog on the court, especially in sports where height plays such a part, b-ball's not his real art, and playing the fool works the best as a duel,
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Sidney Dritz 24h
Replying to @SBB_Writer
ohshit, seriously?? Who could have guessed that my late-college depression-buying might pay off some day!
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Sidney Dritz Oct 19
Replying to @SBB_Writer
I've got a great big stack of Torchwood ones that are, for some reason, all in hardcover, which makes them look, from a distance, a lot more impressive than they actually are
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Sidney Dritz Oct 19
Replying to @SBB_Writer
DITTO. my favorite things are tv show tie-in novels that are supposed to happen between seasons, and which need to figure out how to have enough tension for a story without making any character development happen off-screen -- it's such a delicate balance
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Sidney Dritz Oct 19
Replying to @SBB_Writer
movie novelizations are Art
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Sidney Dritz Oct 19
Replying to @sidneydritz
I THINK maybe the problem with Champions is that it was made five years too late for its correct cultural moment, but apparently all the kids watch Friends and The Office, so obviously time isn't real, and what do I know?
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Sidney Dritz Oct 19
hey, come talk to me about why Sweet Home Alabama is or isn't soulless, and whether that Mindy Kaling sitcom Champions was cancelled too soon!
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Sidney Dritz Oct 19
I love this -- it's not just the skewering satire, it's the building surreality that is just as apt a comparison to make as advertising spirals further and further into its own language
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The Daily Drunk Mag Oct 19
Replying to @davidralphlewis
"PRODUCT will turn you more beautiful, smarter and less socially awkward when meeting people you don't know." Love this rad poem from 🔥
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Sidney Dritz Oct 19
I still think very few fantasy epics can measure up to the swamp scenes for, I don't even really know how to describe it, emotional whimsey with an edge of horror?
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Morethanweeds Oct 18
An exotic on this autumnal Sunday, brightening the base of a lamppost! This is Purple Top vervain (Verbena bonariensis), an annual from South America commonly grown in gardens. It does frequently escape on pavements, but isn't thought to be invasive in the UK.
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Sidney Dritz Oct 19
Replying to @cb_auder
EXACTLY, YES. This week is completely a reading week for me, got to pour a whole lot of thoughts into my brain before I can shake it around and see what I can get to cone out again!
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Sidney Dritz Oct 19
a new entry for the competitive category that is The Best Line In All Of Proust:
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Sidney Dritz Oct 19
Replying to @cb_auder
I LOVE useless snippets of information
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Sidney Dritz Oct 19
Replying to @SBB_Writer
oh, 100% agree, she handled it so well! She's one of those actors whose career has unfolded in such interesting, unpredictable ways
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Sidney Dritz Oct 18
Replying to @WKoewing @SBB_Writer
Whenever you get to it, I'd love to hear what you think of it!
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Sidney Dritz Oct 18
Replying to @WKoewing @SBB_Writer
oh, then I may be the wrong person to talk to! I love when multiple iterations of a story build off each other or talk back to each other in interesting ways, so a lot of remakes are exactly my jam. But I did really like the new one, I thought it had a cool take on dance-as-power
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Sidney Dritz Oct 18
Replying to @SBB_Writer @WKoewing
The original definitely was wild!! I think my favorite thing about the new one was the way it gave so much more meaning and significance to the way it used dance, but the original can't be beat for either dream logic or ominous use of soundtrack
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