The other thread started with me finding this article:
Interview: Andrew Robinson On Falling In Love With Garak’s Ambiguity In ‘Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’
Edit: I notice my last post on this thread was also ST related. Dunno what to make of that.
I hate follow a few vice writers on twitter.I believe in Soup Tubes.
Also, I have a friend who, having only started investigative journalism in his forties, got an article published in Vice. And then a couple of more. Later, as he became more well known in his field, the fact that he was a Vice freelancer stopped him from being taken seriously by other publications. What started as his "in", ended up becoming an albatross around his neck.
Vice is great, in it's own way. I'd love to think that I've just become smarter over the last few years, rather than think that they've gotten worse. But I don't really know.
And yes, every inference and nuance is, like, intentional.
but the forenners are having loads of babies
Nearly threw up several times reading this
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