katie elizabeth

Does anybody else remember a time, long long ago, when you could just enjoy things?

You could watch a movie and just appreciate it instead of over analyzing every single scene to make sure there’s nothing remotely offensive about it.

You could have a favorite character and just like them and appreciate how great they were written and portrayed, without being told you’re terrible because they’re a villain. Even though they’re FICTIONAL and most likely were deliberately written to be likable. (Even if they were written as an evil character, I still think you have a right to like them, but maybe that’s just me)

You could love and be a fan of the actors without having to go full on FBI agent, looking into their backgrounds to make sure they are 100% perfect and had never made a mistake ever.

You could post about said actor without some busybody little fandom cop, slithering into your inbox to tell you(all too happily) that your fave is “problematic” (god, I fucking hate that word), and you’re disgusting if you still like them.

I’m in my 30’s so I remember those good ole days and it’s kind of sad to know, that most of you will never truly know how great that was. That’s a time long since forgotten. Bummer.

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“I was a strange child. I was the kid with funny hair listening to dodgy music. I’d come in with my hoodie and skate-shoes, with purple hair under the hood. I got away with it because I spent all my time in the art room, so they figured I was ‘artistic’. I was that kid, listening to Green Day and Deftones and all that kind of thing.”

Agent: So, Katie, there’s a role you might be interested in….

Katie:  Is she tragic? Is she suffering? Is she pining? Is she gay? Could she be gayer? Does she need a huge hug? Does she deserve the world but no one seems to be giving it to her? Is she a little shady? Does she have a dark side? Is she too fabulous despite all of that? Does she die? Bitch sign me up. When’s the audition? (x

Agent: 

Originally posted by fandomreaction

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She's got that high, lonesome sound
Haunting, high folk voices

Track List:

  1. High On the Mountain-Ola Belle Reed
  2. Little Lonie-Almeda Riddle
  3. Katie Cruel-Karen Dalton
  4. The Cruel Mother-Rayna Gellert 
  5. Lady Margaret-Buffy Sainte-Marie
  6. Butcher Boy-Ginny Hawker
  7. Pretty Saro-Iris DeMent
  8. Wagoner’s Lad-Alicia Jo Rabins
  9. Troubles-Anna & Elizabeth
  10. Undone in Sorrow-Ola Belle Reed
  11. Pretty Horses-Odetta
  12. The L and N Don’t Stop Here Anymore-Jean Ritchie
  13. Young Emily-Elizabeth LaPrelle
  14. Black Is the Color-Jean Ritchie 
  15. Bowling Green-Cousin Emmy 
  16. Yablonski Murder-Hazel Dickens 
  17. Don’t Want to Die in the Storm-Anna & Elizabeth 
  18. Woman Blue-Judy Roderick 
  19. The Waggoner’s Lad-The Kossoy Sisters
  20. Little Sadie-Hedy West
  21. One Morning-Gillian Welch
  22. Coal Tattoo-Hazel Dickens
  23. Gonna Lay Down My Old Guitar-Hazel Dickens and Alice Gerrard
  24. Same Old Man-Karen Dalton 
  25. Last Kind Words-Geeshie Wiley
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Katie McGrath’s Characters: Dedicated to @lena-lipbite-luthor and Inspired by her Character Analyses (linked here: x, x, x,)