5 Jan 2010 | 185 views
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Welcome to AllMyLiesAreWishes, the new group-sourced culture blog. Here you’ll find discussions on a range of topics pulled from the hive-mind of our readers. The goal here is to create a community conversation around the topics that matter most to you. All content is dictated by readers, some of whom end up being editors themselves. Around here, comments are as important as the original story and everyone is encouraged to participate.
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TV

Here’s all the reviews, news, speculation, and musings surrounding all the great shows current and past.

Music

Discover new bands, talk about favorites, and find that song from that one commercial/show/movie/etc.

Minutiae

The things that really defy any categorization. Usually of the strange, or immature nature.

Media

Let’s discuss, analyze, and debate all that we consume. Subcategories herein make things easier to sort through.

Social Studies

In which we try to figure out why we do what we do. True stories regarding odd social activity.

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5 Jan 2010 |
Good Morning

Welcome to AllMyLiesAreWishes, the new group-sourced culture blog. Here you’ll find discussions on a range of topics pulled from the hive-mind of our readers. The goal here is to create a community conversation around the topics that matter most to you. All content is dictated by readers, some of whom end up being editors themselves. Around here, comments are as important as the original story and everyone is encouraged to participate.
All My Whos Are What?
I’ve …

Social Studies »

25 Feb 2009 |
“Free Food in the Kitchen!” – An Anthropological Phenomenon

The minute any food shows up in the kitchen at work, a fascinating anthropological event transpires.
First comes the discovery: Someone walks by and sees the plate, which has appeared as if by magic. The alert is instant, epic, and never detailed. “FOOD IN THE KITCHEN” is broadcast with the aplomb of an archeologist who just discovered a T-rex skull.
But sometimes alliances form. If its you that discovers the food, who do you tell? Is there …

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2 Jul 2008 | | 13 Comments
I don’t like to talk on the phone

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about how much I dislike phone calls. I don’t mind a quick call here or there (though I prefer a text message,) but any long call that involves important decision making or conversation I dread. I wasn’t sure if it was just me, or even why I felt that way. It seems like I’m not alone as D. Keith Robinson recently discussed a similar dislike and got a resounding …

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17 Mar 2008 |
Naughty Language

This is a very NSFW video, but it’s one I also find to be quite awesome.

My favorites:

Sarah Chalke (in German)
Judy Reyes (sounding saucy)
Zach Braff (sounding completely unthreatening)
Rachel Bilson (sounding adorable, even when swearing, as per usual)
Jamie Oliver (the British people don’t sound as taboo when swearing. why?)
Derren Brown (in a laundromat?)
Peter Krause (sounding awesome, as always)

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28 Feb 2008 | | 1 Comment
“The Fall” Makes Love to your Eyes

A long time ago, there was a movie called “The Cell“. It had Jennifer Lopez before she had kids, Vince Vaughn before he started doing dick-joke comedies, and Vincent D’Onofrio before he was on Law & Order and was only known for Full Metal Jacket. It was visually very strange, even beautiful. It was directed by Tarsem Singh—who pretentiously goes by Tarsem—and was his first feature-length film. I think the plot had something to do …