Reading List: Links on Links on Links + a movie recommendation
|Amy Widdowson||Feb 23, 2018|
Mein Liebchens, there is SO MUCH TO READ this weekend, so let’s get it into it asap:
Question I didn’t know I needed answered: What Ever Happened To Brendan Fraser?
Ever wondered what an ayahuasca trip feels like? Don’t worry, Vox’s First Person has you covered.
Vulture’s oral history of how masterful thriller and “First Great Movie of the Trump Age” Get Out was made is insightful and charming.
I dare anyone here to ask a frequent business traveller if they’d be willing to give up their early boarding perks to make it faster for everyone else to board airplanes. Be forewarned: you’ll need a few minutes while they laugh mirthlessly in your face.
It’s the only important question of our age: Are Virtue And Moir Fucking Or What?
AR-15s are designed for maximum carnage. A Florida radiologist shared “What I Saw Treating the Victims From Parkland Should Change the Debate on Guns” at The Atlantic.
Commenting on how every American mass shooter is young and male, Comedian Michael Ian Black wrote an amazing op-ed, “The Boys Are Not All Right,” on the current mental crisis young men face while tackling socially-imposed structures of masculinity in America.
We all have roommate stories. We don’t all have roommate stories like this one: “You’ve got your whole life in front of you. You’re pretty, you’ve got this house — well, you don’t have this house anymore. This house is my house.”
And finally, advice we should all take to heart in this brutal and barren online age: “Why you shouldn’t care when you’ve been unfollowed on social media.”
Love you, my dearests. Be kind to each other. And watch What We Do In The Shadows this weekend.