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August 30, 2006

EL236 "MySpace: The Movie" and all its stereotypes

It's probably really terrible that I post such long thought-out things so frequently, and then have next to nothing to say about a topic like "MySpace: The Movie."

I do not have a MySpace page. I do not want a MySpace page. I do not want it in a box, I do not want it with a fox, I do not want a MySpace page, I do not want one! (said with rage...)

That about sums it up. I mean, sure I wrote my Setonian article about manufactured identity (and got put in the syllabus, evidently...), but my opinion of the culture hasn't really evolved much.

I'm not impressed with the movie--whether by its perception, innovation, or other conventions--I just know that it, yes, reinforced that this is a culture of which I do not wish to be a part.

Besides, the pages are ugly.

Posted by KarissaKilgore at August 30, 2006 10:14 PM


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