The observers become part of the text. Criticism of the text exposes intertextual connections and undermines the intent of the author. Nothing in the text is treated with reverence, the forth wall is constantly broken, and reference to the film as a film while also taking its constructed reality at face value. Two of the observers […]
Richard Herring calls-out our biases and preposterous perceptions of those in wheelchairs in the hilarious, intelligent way that only the Brits can. It’s one of the best conversations around disability I’ve ever heard.
Wait for the wobbly comedienne around the 12 minute mark. It’s a highlight.
Makes me miss good AM radio. […]
I often wonder if I’m skirting the edges of professionalism with some of my writing. I have a free and open tone. I let my nuances of voice creep into my sentence construction. But the discussion between Wesley J. Smith and Geoff Metcalf (of WND) from 2001 is an amazing insight into the self-caricaturing […]
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