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Where we are headed with this blog and my Youtube channel. I love all of you supporters. Stay with me. I will me here to entertain and inform you in the future. THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU!

Missemmamm.com has been my baby since I started in it, oh 2009 or so, around a decade. I still love it, but I am evolving. I am not writing as much. I am more into video, than words or print at this time. I can blame society, but it is also my preference. At at rate, this is the current “mission statement” or the ultimate idea” of my blog, at this point in time.

No one, controls this idea and/or statement, I pay for this blog/site. This is what I believe in/want to perpetuate. Your choice? What you want to read? I love MYSELF and MAY love all of you! This is about my blog ONLY.

If you have always been a fan, I applaud and love you. At any other rate, celebrate, ignore, or ruminate on this.

THANK YOU!
-missemmamm

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dawn of justice poster

In collaboration with Sammy Sunshine, I bring you our first He Said, She Said movie review. Watch us volley this new and controversial superhero flick back and forth.

3.5~missemmamm
4.5~Sammy Sunshine
out of 5 stars

BEWARE~~~ALL THE SPOILERS

(we actually caught this opening night, but I just got this up)

batman staring  contest

Watch the entire video for our full thoughts. I transcribed a few good bits below.

(on the nightmares)
“too many nightmare scenes”~Sammy Sunshine

Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman
(on Wonder Woman)
“Wonder Woman kicked some ass in that movie.”~Sammy Sunshine

“He made a really good point…if they hadn’t told you Wonder Woman was gonna be in the movie, it would have been a lot more interesting when you find out who Wonder Woman was.”~missemmamm

superman takes the stand
(on the politics in the film)
“You know how I feel about the superheroes, they’re superheroes.”~Sammy Sunshine

Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor
(on Jesse Eisenberg)
“I will say, Jesse Eisenberg, I did not like him as Lex Luthor.”~Sammy Sunshine
“I really liked him.”~missemmamm
“He was acting too Jokery.”~Sammy Sunshine

Jeremy Irons as Alfred
(on Alfred)
“Jeremy Irons is a fucking lead actor…I don’t want to see Jeremy Irons as the butler. Jeremy Irons is supposed to be like fucking people and then like, throwing them down the stairs.”~missemmamm

brooding batman
(on the tone)
“It was a really depressing movie, most of the time.”~missemmamm
“You know, it was supposed to be emotionally deep, I suppose, but emotions do go beyond the range of sad and depressing and Lex Luthor crazy.”~Sammy Sunshine

P.S. There’s nothing after the end credits. You don’t have to wait.

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(most of the above photos are via the official Facebook page)

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Hot Topic Haul

 

Are we doing haul videos now? Sometimes, for fun, hell yeah! I mean, c’mon, it’s another way to share our love of Pops, aside from unboxings. Plus you can get a sneak peak of a dress that I will be wearing to Philly Comic Con this summer.

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When it comes to plans and how you treat people, do you think that all of this comes down to a generalized  fear of missing out (particularly the social media saturated world that we are living in) or is it just general disregard?

Another heavy issue?

Now, I was born in the 80s and raised in the 90s. I’m a true 80s baby/90s child/teen. Unlike those born in the 90s who glom on to all of our pop culture. We were there. We lived it. And we lived without…just some general things. As a certain type of family, we didn’t even have a home phone when I was a very young child (at least 5 and under). I know others did. That’s not what I’m speaking of. I’m speaking of how children now seem to come out of the womb with an ipad attached to their hands, knowing more about apps than I’ll ever know about appetizers.

Any who, the way that the younger generation, and even those closer to my age currently make plans seems a bit bs to me lately. I mean, growing up, things weren’t set in stone. Yes, I’m on the autism spectrum, yes this influences the fact that I have a thing for plans, but I can bend, a bit. However, when we were younger it was definitely a “thing” to make plans. You got on a landline or a payphone and hoped the other person was home or that their parents or younger brother (yeah, right!) would take down a message letting them know that you called and wanted to hangout.

fry futurama fomo

Now a days, it’s more like a series of messages sent through some type of satellite, via either text or social networking that is basically gouging if you are fun/cool/better than the other person’s established plans or maybe if they can fit you into those plans. I get spontaneity. I don’t expect people to drop everything for me. However, if you’ve contacted everyone you are thinking of hanging with and get a no or a maybe and then start hanging with me, well, that seems like a sign that I’m now your friend that you are hanging with. Maybe I’m wrong, who knows.

I must say that I love Asis Ansari’s bit on this though. So, lately, I try to make plans further in advance, if I actually want them to stick. If they are random, I expect nothing. But if someone is being random, don’t abandon those who picked up the slack. I’m fine with being alone, but not after you drag me into your drama. That’s all I’m saying.

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Imaginative Impulse by Garland Cannon

Imaginative Impulse by Garland Cannon

So recently, I’ve noticed an onslaught of extremely odd commercials. They aren’t the first of their kind. However, with so many coming at you, so often, it’s only natural to be perplexed, amused and a bit afraid.

Mountain Dew Kickstart: Puppymonkeybaby

Let’s just start right off with the scariest. Combining three adorable things, into one horrifying thing. I’m so not into Kickstart, but I’m so into this ad, and Amp, why is Amp so difficult to find anyway?

Subaru Dog Tested Windshield Wiper

So, they’ve been doing these dog commercials for a while, but this one is new and totally has a surprise ending.

KFC Nashville Spicy Hot Chicken Ad
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ivlox0cJOzE
Not, that long ago, Kentucky Fried Chicken decided to just randomly start putting ex-SNL alumni in their commercials. They randomly switched off from Darrell Hammond to Norm Macdonald as Colonel Sanders, like no one would notice. Or they intended for everyone to notice. Either way, this new commercial spun me for a loop and is killing it’s predecessors. Yes, that’s comedian Jim Gaffigan having a nightmare that he’s not the “real Colonel Sanders”. WTF? Yes, Yes, I say.

Honda Ridgeline
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTaCT8ZmdJA
Why are these sheep trying to sell me a car while singing Queen’s Somebody to Love? Then the dog talks at the end, almost out of nowhere. Who put acid in my tea?

Kia Optima Walken Closet
“It’s like the world’s most exciting pair of socks.”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9r0FrXXKeiA
This is odd, intimidating and hot. Yeah, I’d do Christopher Walken, what of it? This actually makes me want to buy colorful socks, not a car though.

LG Man From the Future OLED TV
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PzLfPx-8OuM
I just love that Liam Neeson knows what he is doing in all of these spoofs of himself. Also, at least this one is for a nice tv, instead of a car.

The Portrait
“Okay, let’s do this. I’ve got minds to twist and values to warp.”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=21ivbtgqJkg
So, it’s Steven Tyler and incredible candy art, singing Dream On. It’s definitely not the funniest one, but still disturbing. Plus, Steven Tyler, I mean, yeah.

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The photo at the very top is by garlandcannon

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