According to this site, ATPo is the fourth most popular site under the “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” search term. Today, that is.
Another ephilosopher.com mention.
Well, a link anyway.
Ganked from etrangere
I like having both a logical side and a creative side. One side runs from order and loves beauty and delight. It works on intuition and is never predictable. The other side finds patterns in seeming chaos and makes connections between disparate things. It works with effort and sees things through to the end. They work together in that thing I call my brain.
You are a narrative writer. Usually a writer of
stories rather than poetry, you grew up reading
Shakespeare’s less popular and heard of plays–
like King Lear or the Henry series. Your
writing contains a certain order and
organization–be it chronological or otherwise.
If you are to write poetry, it has to convey a
logical (or perhaps unreal) story with some
sort of order behind it.
Hey, check it out. My book reviews have chapters. I am da queen of essays.
Order of the Phoenix thoughts, with comparisons to Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Star Wars
current film: Total Recall
I had this whole big butch blog entry planned out in which I was going to analyze the aspects of the American psyche that would lead it to put politically inexperienced actors in its top government positions, but since politics is boring, I’ve decided to just record that, other than going to work, my big plan for today is to vote.
Actually, my current film isn’t Total Recall. I watched that on Sunday and it inspired me to get out my voter’s guide and make out a little sheet to take to the voting booth with me. This morning’s film is actually Tron, which is a wonderful little allegorical cgi nugget that deals with the themes of religion, faith, power, and the coming of a messiah.
Some Harry Potter thoughts, with topic links for your browsing convenience. 90% philosophy-free!
Thoughts on plot in books 1-4
Philosophical Deepness: the reason for BtVS’s success?