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Jul
2nd
2020

Not A Saint · 9:33pm Jul 2nd, 2020

Hey, so, this skit’s gonna be a little different. It’s a little more serious than my usual skits.

*rushing around the building* “Clark! Clark, Clark, Claaaaaaark! We just ordered pizza, and...”

Slash! Slash! Slash!

”What’s that?” *peeks around the corner*

*taking deep breaths and straightening his hair*

”...Clark...?”

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Report ItsGriffy · 57 views · #Clark #Philip
Jul
1st
2020

What Clark and Philip Would Probably Sound Like · 2:42pm Jul 1st, 2020

I’m thing that when Clark isn’t yelling at someone, or singing instead, he sounds a lot like Jack Stauber. Like, just picture him singing about his inner demons in this song!


I’m also thinking Philip would sound a lot like this, since he seems like a really playful guy.

Report ItsGriffy · 46 views · #Clark #Philip #Voices
Jul
2nd
2020

The, Uh, Ship Art I Drew · 1:51am Jul 2nd, 2020

Kisses! :heart:

Banana Attack...?

Huggies! UwU

Oct
12th
2015

EVERYTHING IS TERRIBLE! · 1:24am Oct 12th, 2015

I have no idea how I'm going to start the next chapter, but it's sure to be a mind screwdriver.

Aug
20th
2015

Review: Koyaanisqatsi (1983) · 6:33pm Aug 20th, 2015

To try to put a film as purely visual as Koyaanisqatsi into words is an incredibly difficult task. This film exists on it's own plain of existence, and within it's own universe, conforming to neither documentary or narrative film, but rather it's own, borderline spiritual and meditative experience wholly unlike any other.

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Oct
17th
2017

Dark Matter Detectors and Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials (with a picture of a book horse) · 9:33pm Oct 17th, 2017

Oct
4th
2015

Philip J. Fry x Princess Celestia? · 8:47am Oct 4th, 2015

My latest story: Fry And The Alien Sun Pony

Is a crackship of Philip J. Fry and Princess Celestia. What are your thoughts on this crackship?

And what are your thoughts on my story of it?

Jul
2nd
2020

Who Broke It? (Not Original) · 4:47pm Jul 2nd, 2020

“So... who broke it?”

Everyone: “...”

”I’m not mad, I just wanna know.”

”...”

”I did. I broke it, C—“

”No, no, you didn’t. Silverstream?”

”Don’t look at me! ...Look at Gallus.”

”What?! I didn’t break it!”

”Huh. That’s weird. How’d you even know it was broken?”

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Nov
25th
2020

The Cab Ride and a Night Train: Story Notes · 9:07pm Nov 25th, 2020

Despite the wealth of Octavia fics on this site, I’m surprised I haven’t seen any about classical music. Maybe I haven’t read enough or just haven’t seen any. Comment if you know of any others. I think it’s a good idea itching to be done.


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Nov
11th
2015

Review: Magnolia (1999) · 10:16pm Nov 11th, 2015

Paul Thomas Anderson's third feature marked the peak of his increasingly complex ensemble dramas, marking the exceptional maturation and expansion of the stylistic and storytelling tropes he first properly explored in Boogie Nights.

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Jul
11th
2015

Review: Punch-Drunk Love (2002) · 5:32pm Jul 11th, 2015

The words 'cute' or 'endearing' aren't exactly words one uses to describe the filmography of Paul Thomas Anderson, a director whose filmography is known for its cynical and, at times, pessimistic look at human nature. These words are also not ones I'd use to describe Adam Sandler, a man whose 'films' generally consist of a vulgar sludge of lowest brow humor that would make a caveman want to destroy any and all traces of them.

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Jul
1st
2020

Interesting... · 10:39pm Jul 1st, 2020

Hey, I found out what Philip’s made of! Cheesecake! I know, weird.

”Clark, we need to have an intervention.”

*huffs* “Why?”

”We see you hang around Philip.”

”Okay. And?”

”We see you watch Philip.”

”Uh...”

”We see you follow Philip.”

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Sep
25th
2015

Review: The Master (2012) · 8:20pm Sep 25th, 2015

More of an experience then a standard film, Paul Thomas Anderson’s sixth feature is a tightly wound, disturbing yet fascinating character study, while also providing one of the best examinations of the cult mentality put to film in recent memory.

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Nov
26th
2020

Signal Boost: The Cab Ride and a Night Train · 2:45am Nov 26th, 2020

Almost a not-a-contest entry, or maybe it is (gonna confess that I haven’t read through all of it just yet). . . .

EThe Cab Ride and a Night Train
After her composition is bashed by the critics, Octavia travels to New York City in 1978 to seek inspiration. Her answer comes not from the concert halls or academics, but rather from a cab ride.
Penguifyer · 6.1k words  ·  51  1 · 512 views

But what I have read through, Penguifyer’s already hitting where it counts. Ponies are musical, we all know that.

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Nov
7th
2015

Review: Capote (2005) · 1:24am Nov 7th, 2015

Bennett Miller's cerebral, almost surgically precise retelling of famed writer Truman Capote's writing of Capote's magnum opus "In Cold Blood", is not only a vehical for a tour de force performance by Philip Seymour Hoffman, but also a fascinating character study of Capote, and his obsession with the brutal murder and one of the murderers themselves.

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Nov
7th
2015

Review: Boogie Nights (1997) · 10:02pm Nov 7th, 2015

Paul Thomas Anderson's second film is a fascinating, intentionally sprawling examination of the lives of those sucked into the California porn industry in the late 1970s through the early 1980s, and not only provides a unique lens in which to view the time period, also manages to humanize these characters, while still highlighting the exploitative and demeaning elements of the industry, coupled with the allure of stardom and fame that it promises.

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