Dear Sheelah Kolhatkar: Yesterday, my attention was drawn to your extraordinary profile of video game critic Anita Sarkeesian, which is to be a cover story in Bloomberg Businessweek. On Twitter I intemperately called it a “grotesquely shoddy work of credulous, ridiculous fangirlism.” On reflection, I conclude I did not go far enough.

Dear Sheelah Kolhatkar: Yesterday, my attention was drawn to your extraordinary profile of video game critic Anita Sarkeesian, which is to be a cover story in Bloomberg Businessweek. On Twitter I intemperately called it a “grotesquely shoddy work of credulous, ridiculous fangirlism.” On reflection, I conclude I did not go far enough.

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It’s not like astronauts are braver than other people; we’re just meticulously prepared. We dissect what it is that’s going to scare us, and what it is that is a threat to us and then we practice over and over again so that the natural irrational fear is neutralized.
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what she says: i’m fine

what she’s thinking: CAUSE I REMEMBER THE TASTE OF YOUR SKIN TONIGHT AND THE WAY THAT YOU LOOKED YOU HAD THOSE EYES I REMEMBER THE WAY YOU FELT INSIDE AND THE NAME OF THE SONGS THAT MADE YOU CRY YOU WOULD SCREAM WE WOULD FIGHT YOU WOULD CALL ME CRAZY I WOULD LAUGH YOU WERE MAD BUT YOUD ALWAYS KISS ME IN THE SHIRT THAT I HAD THAT YOU ALWAYS BORROWED WHEN I WOKE IT WAS GONE THERE WAS NO TOMORROW