It all started with “Orange Is the New Black” the prison-based Netflix show about a privileged white lady (Piper) going to prison for a crime she committed many years earlier while traveling with her drug smuggling girlfriend (Alex).
The following document is my supplied research proposal to the University of Stockholm. Almost 20 years ago I had to leave my archaeology career as “there were no jobs” (there were, but company internal politics dictated there weren’t). Now, with the Corona-mess going on I’m looking to possibly complete my Ph D. There are some obvious problems related with this (finances) and questions about the source material (do we have enough) but we will see what happens with this.
There is a new (17th of July 2020) show on Netflix called “Cursed”. One of the writers is the legendary Frank Miller, so shouldn’t be too shabby.
Looking it up on IMDB however, sees it at a fairly measly rating of 5.3 as of this writing. Possibly due to a number of 1/10 reviews that goes off on “I don’t want PC propaganda” in my shows (20th of July 2020).
There is this group called “Real Paranormal Activity.”
To me it is to a large degree populated by people who doesn’t exercise even the smallest amount of critical thinking, and people bashing others with the aforementioned thinking mode, claiming in the process that “believing” is a requirement of the group.
Some of you, quite a few possibly, may wonder why I am so obsessed with the Netflix TV series “Orange is the new black”. For those of you who don’t know; “Orange is the new black” is a series about various characters in a (fictitious) women’s prison in Litchfield, USA. The story is based around the character Piper Chapman (Taylor Schilling) with a heavy emphasis on her off-on relationship with Alex Vause (Laura Prepon) and some of the inmates of prison who become their close friends, Nicky, Lorna and Red.