www.facebook.com/107450341016628/posts/122353219526340/

Sorry about not posting the fourth Episode yet.

When I grow up I want to ask why you’re a jerk!

If public figures answered hardball questions and gave honest and brutal truth in return, that would be my dream job. I am not talking about Barbara Walters, or Oprah’s ugly cry questions. I am talking about holding so called role models accountable for their behavior, and trying to understand how this way of thinking came to be- when did the disconnect happen and why?

I seriously have a list of people and questions for them. Curiosity is burning in me like a forest fire. Not all questions are brutal. I’m curious about so many things that nobody asks!

This is likely impossible given that at a certain level of success most journalists don’t have the guts or permission to ask relevant questions. Media helps shape society- why is it that the most influential figures can distort progress without being asked why?

These dreams I dream

twilight equals fifty shades of grey

Calling Out Culture Trash

I am hoping to figure out copyright issues in order to read a very controversial story- the plagiarized source material turned into outrageously popular books and films and merchandise that glorify intimate partner abuse— and the ‘fictional psychopath’ women see as the perfect man. Let’s just call him Chedward Grullen.

Compare and contrast – deduct and vivisect. Toxic and dangerous books mislead women and signal that certain behaviors are acceptable. They are not. Also the misrepresentation of an entire culture, is just baffling.

I will be adding the audio over the weekend. I’ll find a way. And I’m looking forward to it. I would suggest anyone who is PRO E.L. James not partake. Feel free to gush over an abusive relationship somewhere else.