Also, just wanted to make this clear~
I’ve moved most my blog activity over to YAM Magazine.
I have created a brand new tag specifically for S.H.E ~
Because, well~ this music video and the song are self-explanatory.
Despite being completely different, this brought memories of Viva Forever [MV] by the Spice Girls. I guess… I can see a tree in The Tree at that Time (那時候的樹)? Oh, and I guess… stop-motion mixed in live-action? xD
It’s a five-year fandom anniversary!
I know that over the years (especially the last two), I have been lazying around not stalking enough news and being always late. Though some fans have disappeared from the internet, I still appreciate some of you lurkers.
Oh, man~ after a few couple of years of waiting for information on Barlow, on a quick google- he’s finally back online with Twitter and Facebook. I’m probably one of the few people with the actual physical album in their collections. I’m even very tempted on ripping it and unleashing it on the net for a while~
Remember Walk Away?
Well, Malcom’s got his image, his rock and his crack,
and if he lives to see twenty, he wouldl’ve beat the clock.
He’s got his ride and his pride, and girls by his side,
he makes his stands with a gun in his hand,
he saw his best friend lying on a stainless steel tray,
and he walked away.
That written image reminds me TLC’s Waterfalls [MV].
By the way, I’m aware Barlow is not 90s music, but TLC is. xD
When I was in Canada, I spent some of those Sunday nights watching Sunday Night Sex Show with Sue Johanson, and then my mind was blown. With her as-a-matter-of-fact tone, and some of the most bizarre requests [raw meat, anyone? Somebody said Athlete's Foot?], Sue delivered sex knowledge and opinion like I have never had heard or seen before. It also happened that Sue wasn’t like how the media had made me imagine sexologists were like.
WARNING: This Hot Mix is both HILARIOUS and NSFW!
All the while, coming over down here, I saw the birth of Alessandra Rampolla and her show, which has in part revolutionized Latin America, I suppose. The difference with the both of them is, I suppose, culturally. While Sue’s show was set for call-answering ANY question, Rampolla’s show is set more like a talk show… which is more like a familiar format for the region, but doesn’t allow the same topic freedom that the other format offers.
I like that Rampolla’s way of talking is a lot like a kinder or primary school teacher explaining — still — the finer points of being bisexual to her audience with ease and humor. Rampolla’s style is more like Sexologist 101, while Sue is more Advanced Studies.
I didn’t find any cool YouTube mix of her, so this interview with her by Magaly Medina will have to do. Medina isn’t a sexologist or all that serious when she does her entertainment show, so some of her comments are a bit eye-roll worthy, but Rampolla really is that lovely.