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  • Knock Down the House

    Knock Down the House


    celebratory rewatch 🥳 

    cori bush, one of the women who tries to win an election in this doc, just won now! so now 3 of the 4 women documented in this have won wooooo. aoc  you told yoho off his sexist ass *snaps fingers* now can we just change the candidate age for president from 35 to *googles AOC age* 30 years old. girl, you somehow have more experience than these human equivalents of run-over saltines who have been working for over 40 years. as for the doc itself? pretty solid. if you don’t cry at the end you’re either heartless or republican. y’all can watch it here.

  • The Cat Returns

    The Cat Returns


    - 1 star for the beginning scene where the girl is absent and everybody laughs for two minutes. seriously, why did they laugh for so long? it ain't that funny. fools. 

    - 1 star for the beige, pale school building. bleh. so boring. 

    - 1 star for the glasses to no-glasses ratio on the cats. hundreds of cats were shown, and only one of them wore glasses. either establish that glasses are not ever worn by cats or simply have…

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