Let’s get real, I feel bad that I’m actually get an education sometimes because school is just straight up fun. This is a list of things we discussed in yesterday’s class:
Lonely Island “Dick in a box”
Joy Division “Love will tear us apart”
Prince “Let’s get Crazy”
Micheal Jackson “Beat it”
Human League “Don’t you want me”
oh and how The Fast & The Furious will continue to make sequels because it’s safe and it works.
…and I feel fine
So let’s say this coo-coo bananas guy is right, and the world is going to end. I feel like we’re all super prepared. I mean think about all the prep work we unknowingly got from all the movies we’ve seen, here’s by no means a comprehensive list:
- Dante’s Peak
- Independence Day
- The Day After Tomorrow
Hell, even Jumanji helped give us some ideas. That is, if the end of the world means life turns into a board game. I’m ready to wrangle up some monkeys and survive a flash flood.
You can also count pretty much every zombie movie ever, just in case that’s the aftermath of the rapture. We got that on lock down, Max Brooks and his Zombie Survival Hand Guide will finally come in handy. Author Chuck Klosterman wrote a great article in the NY Times a while back about how even modern life is like a zombie onslaught.
I’ll leave you with this quote from the article:
“I know this is supposed to be scary,” he said. “But I’m pretty confident about my ability to deal with a zombie apocalypse. I feel strangely informed about what to do in this kind of scenario.”
Guys, we totally got this. See you on the other side.
I loveeee colorblocking, and I am continually gawking at those who do it well.
I did my best this past weekend with what I had in my closet (that was clean…), not a very good picture but you get the idea.
(lime green sweater; NY&Co. - blue skirt; Target - Plain white T - not pictured: Cowboy boots; Steve Madden)