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Rachel Bloom's Golden Globe win for best performance in a television series was a win for musical theater nerds everywhere. The star, creator and writer behind Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is killing it - but Bloom, 28, has always been a flamboyant force of musical comedy genius. Since 2011, she's posted goofy musical numbers to her YouTube channel, racheldoesstuff, which has more than 50,000 subscribers. If you're already a crazy Crazy Ex-Girlfriend fan, or are interested in dabbling, check out five of Bloom's funniest videos. 1. Pictures of Your D--- "'Cause all I can do is lay around / and post pictures of your d--- on the Internet. »
- Maria Yagoda, @mariayagoda
A reviewer for GoodReads offered up her thoughts in a December review of the upcoming Wonder Woman: Earth One graphic novel by Grant Morrison and Yanick Paquette. A negative review took the creators and the publisher to task for what she perceived to be deviant fantasies. Several geek-centric sites, including Bleeding Cool, noted how this sparked conversations and negative comments from fans, both for the anticipated book and the reviewer’s ethics. The review has since been taken down.
These discussions erupted just as I had finished reading The Language Police: How Pressure Groups Restrict What Students Learn by Diane Ravitch. My Aunt Carolyn lent it to me, and I procrastinated in reading it. In the end, I was so glad I read it. It tells the disturbing tale about how interest groups, from both the left and the right, have influenced the content of accepted textbooks in American schools. »
- Ed Catto
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